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Fun Family Educational Resource of Chapel Hill • Carrboro • Durham • Hillsborough • NC Triangle

April Fun

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Earth Day

8th Annual NC Science Festival

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Poem in Your Pocket Day

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Happy April! April brings beautiful weather in the North Carolina Triangle, and lots of fun things to do! The 8th Annual North Carolina Science Festival takes place at events all around the Triangle and throughout the state all month long, from April 1 - 30th, including fun hands-on activities, science talks, lab tours, nature experiences, exhibits, and performances. Read all about it on pages 4-5, and visit www.ncsciencefestival.org to learn more. April is National Poetry Month, and April 26th is Poem in Your Pocket Day! Carry your favorite poem in your pocket to share with your friends, family and teachers. (Page ). Write your own poem about your favorite things about the Spring season, or write a funny limerick. Earth Day is on April 22nd, a perfect time to get outside and go for a family walk or hike. Read about the history of Earth Day on page 12. Have fun completing all of the games, dot-to-dots, mazes, and puzzles in this month's issue! Visit www.chillkids.com for more events and fun family outings year round. Have an amazing April !

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Calling All Fourth Graders & Their Families Visit www.EveryKidinaPark.gov for Your Free Pass to Visit All Federal Parks, Lands, and Waters It's a great time to plan a visit to go and visit some of the beautiful places in our National Parks! The "Every Kid in a Park" program offers fourth graders and their families (and fourth grade teachers with their students) a free pass to visit all federal parks, lands and waters. With the "Every Kid in a Park" pass, fourth graders and their families can use the pass at more than 2,000-plus federal land and water sites all year, through August 31, 2018. (Fourth graders can take their siblings and up to three adults when visiting these great places.) Teachers and youth group leaders can help their fourth grade students download the pass and take a field trip. Visit www.everykidinapark.gov to learn more, print out the free voucher/ pass, and learn about all of the places you can go!

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STEM

8th Annual North Carolina Science Festival

The North Carolina Science Festival is back, bringing a full month of science festival fun with hundreds of communitybased events that are showcasing fun, interactive STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) activities for people of all ages.

Free activities for all ages! Events Statewide April 1 - 30, 2018

by schools, colleges, libraries, museums, parks, businesses and other local organizations), the Festival celebrates the economic, educational, and cultural impact of science in North Carolina.

The theme for 2018 is 'The Science of Food and Drink’ with free activities and events for Founded in 2010, the North students, their families, the public, Carolina Science Festival is a STEM professionals, teachers statewide effort to further science and volunteers across the state. education and spark interests in There will be over 400 public STEM fields. It is the first statewide events statewide, and more than science festival in the United States. 200 events at Through a series of communityschools. based events each April (hosted

"Science is fun, science is everywhere, science is for everyone — that’s what the North Carolina Science Festival is all about.” - Jonathan Frederick, Festival Director

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All About the NC Science Festival (cont.)

The North Carolina Science Festival is a multi-day celebration showcasing science and technology. 2018 Festival events will take place all over North Carolina for the full month of April (April 1-30, 2018). The Festival highlights the educational, cultural and financial impact of science in our state. Through hands-on activities, science talks, lab tours, nature experiences, exhibits and performances, the Festival engages a wide range of public audiences while inspiring future generations.

The North Carolina Science Festival offers an opportunity to celebrate science in fun and welcoming settings.

This Festival provides the opportunity to cultivate a positive environment that encourages children to pursue science and technology-related careers and encourages businesses to invest in North Carolina. Most importantly, scientists want everyone to know what they know – that science is fun!

The North Carolina Science Festival is an initiative of Morehead Planetarium and Science Center.

For more information, visit www.ncsciencefestival.org.

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April 7–23, 2017 Join us for a two-week-long, 500-mile-wide, statewide celebration of science! See ya’ll there!

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MUSIC & ART MEYMANDI CONCERT HALL, RALEIGH

The Magical Music of Legendary Composer John Williams

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Film Awards and 21 Grammy Awards. He has received 49 Academy Award nominations! Williams was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame in 2000, and he was a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in 2004.

Composer John Williams in 2007. Photo: TishTash, Wikipedia.

If you close your eyes and think of the Star Wars movies, can't you almost hear the music that accompanies the Star Wars characters, stories, and action in the movies? The music seems to sparkle like the stars in the galaxy. Composed by John Williams, the music of Star Wars is widely considered to be among the best and most recognizable movie scores.

John Williams celebrated his 86th birthday this year (he was born on February 8, 1932), and he continues to compose, perform and conduct beautiful music. The movies for which John Williams composed the music include: the Star Wars movies, the Indiana Jones movies, E.T., The Extraterrestrial, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter (the first three movies), Superman, Fiddler on the Roof, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, and many more!

John Williams is an American composer, conductor and pianist who is considered to be one of the greatest film composers of all time. In addition to music for movies, Williams also has composed numerous classical concerti, and he was the principal conductor for the Boston Pops Orchestra from 1980 to 1993. (Grant Llewellyn, Music Director of the North Carolina Symphony, worked with John Williams when Llewellyn was the Assistant Director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the early 1990's.) John Williams has won many awards, including five Academy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, seven British Academy

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The North Carolina Symphony will perform the Music of Star Wars - plus themes from Indiana Jones, ET, Jurassic Park, and more - at the Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh on Friday, April 20th at 8pm.

Before the performance, attendees can meet and take pictures with costumed Star Wars characters from the 501st Legion, an all-volunteer organization dedicated to screen-accurate Star Wars costuming,

What a magical experience to hear the music of John Williams performed by the North Carolina Symphony, and take pictures with your favorite costumed Star Wars characters! - CK

For tickets and more information visit https:// www.ncsymphony.org.

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By Jan Buckner Walker

The Original Crossword Puzzle for Kids and Their Favorite Adults

The across clues are for kids and the down clues are for grown-ups!

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1. A cuddly creature from Australia you might see peeking out of his mom's pouch 3. Do you want to make a deal with a doggie? Ask a welltrained pup to "shake" and he will put his ___ in your hand 6. The monkey who joins Dora the Explorer on many of her adventures (or a pair of toasty warm mukluks) 7. Feather-free, for now: This barnyard bird is soft and yellow on the day it hatches 9. He's the animal at the zoo you might find munching on bamboo 10. A cutie in booties 11. Tickle time: ____ is the famous Muppet that made millions of kids giggle along with him 12. What each of your parents might have said about you on the day you were born (which they'll mean for the

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rest of their lives): "You're the apple of my ____" Smile!: These are faces that you can select for a text which will show someone just how you feel Cute as a button: According to the famous holiday song, Frosty the Snowman had a button ____ Vanity Smurf wore a hat with a _____ that looked like it was always in bloom Here's a "little" synonym: This word, which means "small," often comes before "weeny" A good name for a fuzzy bear who sits there on your bed (He's got fuzzy arms and fuzzy legs -- and a fuzzy little head)

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who set out on a search to replace his pal Eeyore's lost tail 4. Precious little facial features that sometimes appear with a smile 5. Power nap: Pikachu is the _______ who appears to become electrically charged while he sleeps 6. Tuffet-sitter's ruffled topper 7. First 10A announcement 8. Penguin's secret to walking on water 14. Minnie, with a bow on top 15. Fashion-forward girl's best friend: One of two by Jimmy Choo 16. Cabbage Patch cuties of the '80s 17. They have piggies a little kid can count on 19. Not a peep: Mama birds become empty nesters when their young'uns finally learn to do it 20. Like a child's cheeks, flushed with joy

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Poem in Your Pocket Day Carry a poem in your pocket to share with your friends & family!

www.poets.org/ national-poetry-month/ poem-your-pocket-day

Visit www.ncsciencefestival.org to find hundreds of fun NC Science Festival events happening right now all over NC April 1-30, 2018.

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Poem in Your Pocket Day Bring a poem to school with you on April 26th April is National Poetry Month! Every April people across North America also celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day by selecting a poem, carrying it with them, and sharing it with others throughout the day at schools, bookstores, libraries, at work, and on Twitter using the hashtag #pocketpoem. Poem in Your Pocket Day 2018 will be celebrated nationwide this year on April 26th (learn more at www.poets.org). Poem in Your Pocket Day began in April 2002 as part of New York City’s National Poetry Month celebration. The Academy of American Poets expanded Poem in Your Pocket Day to all fifty United States in 2008, to encourage people across the country to join in the fun. Poem in Your Pocket Day also is celebrated across Canada. Libraries in some cities have Poem in Your Pocket Day volunteers who hand out little pocket-sized poem scrolls to commuters on their way to work, and to people in local gathering places, in hospitals, nursing homes, and local businesses.

Ideas for Celebrating Poem in Your Pocket Day

There are so many creative ways to share poems on this special day! Make a paper pocket to tuck your favorite poem into, and decorate your poem with a drawing, Write your own poem, or ask your parents to help you find a favorite poem to copy and fold up in your pocket to share with your family, friends and teachers on April 26th, or on any day during National Poetry Month.

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HIDDEN PICTURE PUZZLES

by Liz

How many hidden items can you find?

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EARTH DAY, EARTH MUSIC In 1978, musician Paul Winter recorded a music album called Common Ground, about earth, and "the entire family of life." The music incorporates musical instruments and singing, along with the voices of endangered species – whale, wolf, and eagle (symbolically representing the sea, land, and air.) The beautiful musical compositions on the Common Ground album include a song called "Wolf Eyes," with a duet between a soprano saxophone (played by Paul Winter) and a wolf.

On April 22, 1970, 20 million people across America celebrated the first Earth Day. It was a time when cities were buried under their own smog and polluted rivers caught fire. Now Earth Day is celebrated around the globe. More and more people around the world are making earth-friendly habits (like recycling) part of their daily lives.

The History of Earth Day Former Governor Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin was the founder of Earth Day. In 1969, while he was a U.S. Senator, he came up with the idea for a "teachin" on environmental issues. The idea caught on, and the first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970.

During his 1978 Common Ground concert tour, at a benefit for the Around the time the first Earth Audubon Society at Carnegie Hall, Day was held, musicians and singers began composing songs that Paul brought the wolf onto the included recordings of endangered stage and played the saxophone duet with the wolf, live on stage. species. After the concert, the wolf was Through the joint efforts of the featured on the front page of the U.S. government, organizations Whales & Nightingales is a 1970 New York Times. and citizens, what started as a album by singer Judy Collins, day of national environmental featuring the traditional folk song recognition has evolved into a "Farewell To Tarwathie," on which world-wide campaign to protect our Collins sang to the accompaniment global environment. of the underwater song of recorded humpback whales. (Male According to the Environmental humpback whales sing complex Protection Agency, we are making a songs, on wintering grounds in difference. The nation's air is much Hawaii, that can last up to 20 cleaner now than it was 48 years minutes and be heard 20 miles ago, especially around some of the away!) bigger cities, as a result of several major environmental laws passed in the United States in the1970's. However, in some other parts of Paul Winter playing a saxaphone duet with wolf (album back cover). the world, the air is much dirtier today than it was 30 or 40 years If you could sing a song or ago. Some of the cheapest energy play an instrument along with and manufacturing methods are an animal's song or call, what also the dirtiest. There still is much kind of animal would you work to be done, and we can all choose? make a difference, The EPA has a special website for students and children, with lots of projects and information. Visit www.epa.gov/kids for fun activities just for you.

Earth Music

Have a happy Earth Day!

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What Is the Ionosphere? By Linda Hermans-Killiam High above Earth is a very active part of our upper atmosphere called the ionosphere. The ionosphere gets its name from ions-tiny charged particles that blow around in this layer of the atmosphere. In 2018, NASA has plans to launch two missions that will work together to study the ionosphere. What Is the Ionosphere? High above Earth is a very active part of our upper atmosphere called the ionosphere. The ionosphere gets its name from ions—tiny charged particles that blow around in this layer of the atmosphere. How did all those ions get there? They were made by energy from the Sun! Everything in the universe that takes up space is made up of matter, and matter is made of tiny particles called atoms. At the ionosphere, atoms from the Earth’s atmosphere meet up with energy from the Sun. This energy, called radiation, strips away parts of the atom. What’s left is a positively or negatively charged atom, called an ion. The ionosphere is filled with ions. These particles move about in a giant wind. However, conditions in the ionosphere change all the time. Earth’s seasons and weather can cause changes in the ionosphere, as well as radiation and particles from the Sun—called space weather. These changes in the ionosphere can cause problems for humans. For example, they can interfere with radio signals between Earth and satellites. This could make it difficult to use many of the tools we take for granted here on Earth, such as GPS. Radio signals also allow us to communicate with astronauts on board the International Space Station, which

This illustration shows the layers of Earth’s atmosphere. NASA’s GOLD and ICON missions will work together to study the ionosphere, a region of charged particles in Earth’s upper atmosphere. Changes in the ionosphere can interfere with the radio waves used to communicate with satellites and astronauts in the International Space Station (ISS). Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center/ Duberstein (modified).

orbits Earth within the ionosphere. Learning more about this region of our atmosphere may help us improve forecasts about when these radio signals could be distorted and help keep humans safe. In 2018, NASA has plans to launch two missions that will work together to study the ionosphere. NASA's GOLD (Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk) mission launched in January 2018. GOLD will orbit 22,000 miles above Earth. From way up there, it will be able to create a map of the ionosphere over the Americas every half hour. It will measure the temperature and makeup of gases in the ionosphere. GOLD will also study bubbles of charged gas that are known to cause communication problems. A second NASA mission, called ICON, short for Ionospheric Connection Explorer, will launch

later in 2018. It will be placed in an orbit just 350 miles above Earth— through the ionosphere. This means it will have a close-up view of the upper atmosphere to pair with GOLD’s wider view. ICON will study the forces that shape this part of the upper atmosphere. Both missions will study how the ionosphere is affected by Earth and space weather. Together, they will give us better observations of this part of our atmosphere than we have ever had before. To learn more about the ionosphere, check out NASA Space Place: https://spaceplace.nasa. gov/ionosphere This article is provided by NASA Space Place. NASA Space Place encourages everyone to get excited about science and technology! Visit spaceplace.nasa.gov to explore space and Earth science, with articles, activities, crafts, games, and lesson plans.

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APRIL 2018 Flick Picks DisneyNature's Dolphins (In Theaters: April 20, 2018)

Animal Crackers (In Theaters: April 20, 2018)

In this 3D computer animated comedy, a family must use a magical box of animal crackers to save a rundown circus from being taken over by their evil uncle Horatio P. Huntington. Things get wild when they discover that the animal crackers allow the bearer to become any animal in the box, including monkeys, giraffes, lions, elephants, tigers, rhinos and bears. All-star cast includes Emily Blunt, Danny DeVito, John Krasinski, Ian McKellan, and Sylvester Stallone. Dolphins is Disneynature's newest documentary film, centered around dolphin wildlife in the ocean The film follows Echo, a young dolphin who can't quite decide if it's time to grow up and take on new responsibilities or give in to his silly side and just have fun. Dolphin society is tricky, and the coral reef that Echo and his family call home depends on all of its inhabitants to keep it healthy. But Echo has a tough time resisting the many adventures the ocean has to offer. Rated G (1 hour, 15 min.) CLEAR CLUTTER. MAKE MONEY. COVER BOTTOMS.

Rated PG. 1hr. 37 min. Blue Dream Studios; Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures.

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