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Few creatures can stay alive at the North Pole. Reindeer have special adaptations that allow them to thrive in the cold, cold north.

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spotlight Look out! Look out! Jack Frost is about! He’s after your fingers & toes! – Cecily Pike

The Norse legend of Jack Frost originated in Scandinavia. He was the elf son of Kari, god of the winds, and his name there was Jokul, meaning icicle and Frosti meaning frost. He would steal through towns in the night turning the town white and painting frost patterns on windows.

It’s simply about water changing from a gas to a solid. When the _______ tempe rature at ground level dips to the freezing temperature of water, 0° C (32°F), water _________ or moi sture in the air quickly freezes solid on cold surfaces. As this moisture ___________ fro ma gas (vapor) to a solid (ic e), it coats cold surfaces wi th a layer of small, needlelike __________ or spicules of ice. The size of the crystals de pends on the amount of ______ _____ in the air, the tim e and the temperature. Frost ____ ______ first on cooler su rfaces and in places where tem peratures dip lower. Whoops! Jack Frost knocked some of the words out of Dr. I. Cicle’s explanation. Find where each word belongs.

Standards Link: Earth Science: Students know ways in which weather and climate are affected by heating and cooling of the Earth’s surface.

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E-Kontents frost Hoar frost is the name given to the surface frost that forms on the ground and other cold surfaces. Fern frost is the name for the beautiful, feathery patterns made by ice crystals that grow on windows and other glass.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Interview with Santa.........................12 Reindeer..............................................19 Puzzles................................................23 Calendar..............................................24 Sharing................................................31 Valleys.................................................37 Budgeting...........................................41 Early Learners.....................................47 Santa’s Elves.......................................50 Answers..............................................59 On the Cover: McClaren Annis, Emme Johnson, Jaxin Ward, & Evan Hoopingarner, Zarya Lawrence & Cimeara Jamison, Katy Brashears, Kelsie Brinson, Josie Larsen, Hope Ellis & Kaylynn Brownell, Johnathan White & Josie Spangler, Haily Harmon, Caden Duran & Allison Bukacek, Jasmine Crase,Kathryn Ormston & Davin-Lee Chavez, Danielle Jackson, Amaya Garcia.

Dear Readers, Jack Frost left you a message in this window. Color each space marked with a dot blue to reveal it.

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2. Drake McMillan, Sparky, Taye Sullivan, Dylan Nichols – Taft students having a surprise visit from Sparky during fire prevention week. (right to left) 3. Kaylie Nelson – having fun at Champlin Park

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4. 4th graders at Taft celebrating Red Ribbon Week – choosing to be Drug Free 5. Haldair Fuentes, Timberlee Sutton – Story time and playing while on a field trip to the Pumpkin Patch.

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7. Promising to be drug free, Zoe Adams, Nevaeh Prock and Miguel Chavez Barrera plant red tulip bulbs in front of Taft School for Red Ribbon Week. In the Spring when the tulips bloom, each child will be reminded of planting a promise to be drug free. 4.

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6. Julissa Rodriguez, Roxee Frisbee, Addalie Adair – Pre-K students trying to find just the right pumpkin.

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1. Cimarron Third graders, Gauge Simpson and Estella Thomas practice multiplication flashcards.

2. Sixth grade student Wyatt Meyer is going through his DARE packet during the weekly program for preventing drug and alcohol abuse. 3. Pre-K student, Madilyn Hunter, says her horse puppet likes to have its picture taken. 4. To celebrate Johnny Appleseed, Kindergarten students made apple turnovers. Haily Harmon, Caden Duran and Alison Bukacek are ready to taste their creation. 5. Fifth grade students Regan Walker and Kelsee Bergdall on the saxophone, Sydney Harmon on the clarinet and Krista Willy on the flute are in their first year of band at Cimarron School.

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6. Second graders, Mackenzie Naugle and Keegan Logsdon make learning weights and measurements fun using pumpkins. 7. Reesa Anthony and Carter Bergdall paint ghost leaves for a fourth grade art project.

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1. Eighth grader, Kyla Stone showcases her shooting skills at the pop a shot booth at the school carnival. 2. Kennedy Cassody and Taylor Alford, Sixth graders, cheesing it up while taking a turn in the Mugshots Photo Booth during the school carnival. 3. Fifth grader, Ashley Dixon ponders an answer while completing an assignment in social studies. 4. Fifth grader, McClaren Annis understands what a hamster goes through after taking her turn in the inflatable exercise ball at the school carnival. 5. Brandon DelaTorre investigates his heritage during Mrs. Whatley’s fifth grade social studies class. 6. Kennedy Cassody and Rebecca Phipps test out a trial version of computer software in Mrs. Mann’s sixth grade math class. 7. Erik Vargas showing off his smart board skills classifying sentences during Mrs. Vanover’s fifth grade English 4.

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magine you had a chance to interview Santa Claus! What would you ask? What would Santa say? Here are some ideas from some readers, who came up with the questions and the answers for these pages.

I was a smart, cheerful child. When my parents died, I was heartbroken. I cried, not out of self-pity, but out of true love. One of my tears dropped into the snow and froze to make an ice marble. When I held it, it glowed and took me to the North Pole. I met the elves and they needed my help. After I grew up with them I took on the greatest task of all— delivering presents. The ice marble gave me the powers I have today.

Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow one-step written directions.

I don’t buy them; Mrs. Claus grows them. On Christmas Eve I come back with a sleigh full of soil instead of an empty sleigh. We grow food in our greenhouse and eat fresh veggies and fruit everyday.

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I like whole milk best, but Mrs. Claus put me on a diet so I have to drink non-fat.

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1. Diemetrian Smith colors the creatures of the sea as they learn about oceanic life. 2. Obed Quezada and Madison Wolever carefully put their signatures on the class constitution. 3. Alyssa Lutton cuts out various geometric shapes to form dinosaurs. 4. Johnathan White and Josie Spangler check out the watermelon their class is going to guess what color it is on the inside as they learn their colors. 5. Henry Goodpasture concentrates on logging into one of the many computers in the computer lab to access different learning programs.

6. Sierra Driskell and Amber Pardo play a fierce game of tetherball during PE. 7. Aurora Koehn pens her signature on the classroom constitution.

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Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow simple written directions.

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1. Aaliyah Hains, Alyzabeth Patterson, Kourtney Davis take the stage to entertain their classmates.

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7. Talisa Pitre and Andy Wheeler show off their dance moves during their tribute to Rock and Roll Assembly.

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2. 3rd graders listen carefully while the firefighters teach them about fire safety. 3. Lyla Brown, Colin McVay & Cooper Hammons work at the ABC center. 4. Guinevere Williams, Areoana Bangura, Kyleigh Whitehead, Tyler Cholerton & Christian Wicker watch a Magic Schoolbus video about ecosystems. 5. Hannah Turner races down the slide during recess. 6. Tanner Parker enjoying his free time during recess. 3.

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reindeer The tradition of reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh was first recognized by Clement C. Moore in his famous poem. Use the code to discover the name of Moore’s poem.

Some say that Santa Claus is one of the most famous inhabitants of the North Pole.

Not many people live at the North Pole, but many reindeer do. Since reindeer are very fast, adaptable, trustworthy and able to live in cold climates, who better to pull Santa’s sleigh?

Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow simple written directions.

Not all reindeer are magical like Santa’s, but they are still amazing in other ways. They live in the coldest part of the earth—not just at the North Pole, but also in the uppermost parts of Asia, Europe and North America, that together are known as the Arctic Circle. RUSSIA

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In summer, reindeer shed their heavy fur coats. Their hooves become spongy in springtime to keep them from slipping on the muddy ground.

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Reindeer mostly eat tough grasses and a type of moss called lichen. It is easy for reindeer to eat during the summer, when new plants are growing, but it gets more difficult in winter. Luckily, their sharp hooves help them dig down to get to the food they need.

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1. Dennis Lynch, Cadence Fleer, Randlyne Dunlap & Naomi Carel work on 4th grade social studies. 2. Angel Chavez builds with Lincoln Logs during free time. 3. Bailey Bules writes out her spelling words on a whiteboard to get ready for this week’s test. 4. Kelsie Wilson, Jackie Daniel, Ana Hurtado & Hazen Suit learn about nutrition and food groups during center time. 5. Talon McClurg reads a book about snakes. 6. Baylor Burford works on a worksheet about the letter “B”

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1. Faith Volski & Alexis Smith hanging out in the gym in the morning waiting to be dismissed to class. 2. Dezjona Levy, Chloe Kaiser & Brooklynn Miller gather pumpkins on a pumpkin patch field trip. 3. Kelsey Seltenreich & Megan Griffin make their pumpkin choices at the pumpkin patch. 4. Lillieanna Bolenbaugh uses toothpicks to dissect an owl pellet during a science lesson. 5. George Keiper is counting with dog bones during center time. 6. Christina Duran & Tony Bell decorate Coach Vogel’s office for the big OU - Texas game. 7. Blake Allen & Caleb Currier do the Cha-Cha Slide at morning assembly.

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Imagine you were Rosa Parks, tired from a day’s work and being told to give up your seat on the bus. What would you do? Rosa Parks Day

Ask your friends to recommend a book that you haven’t read. Then go to your local library to get the book. Read a New Book Month

Look on your local newspaper’s website to find the season’s concerts and holiday activities.

Decorate your Bake a batch of Christmas tree cookies and share today. Put lights on them with an elderly first and then add friend or neighbor. ornaments.

In Northern Europe, gifts are left in children’s shoes on this day.

Tree Dressing Day

St Nicolas Day

Letter Writing Day

With an adult, make a cup of hot cocoa. Put a dollop of whipped cream on top and stir with a candy cane. National Cocoa Day

The South Pole was discovered on this day in 1911. Draw a picture of penguins at the pole.

Make room for new Christmas seals help On this day in 1620, toys by giving away raise awareness and the Pilgrims landed some of your used raise money for The first Christmas at Plymouth Rock. ones to a shelter for research on lung card was created in Make a drawing needy children. diseases. Buy some 1843. Today would showing the event. Christmas seals today. be a good day to write and then send your Christmas cards. christmasseals.org Help make pancakes for breakfast and enjoy some real maple syrup.

There are 10 days left until Christmas. Have you got presents for all your family? Create your own gift tags to go on each present.

Find a radio station playing holiday music. Dance or exercise to the rhythm.

This day marks the anniversary of the invention of the thermometer. A thermometer measures the temperature. What is the temperature today?

Ask an older family member to tell you stories about what Christmas was like when they were young.

Hang your stocking by the fireplace. Have you been good this year?

The bowling ball was invented on this day in 1869. Find a local bowling alley and go bowling with some friends or family.

Go for a family bike ride and look for signs of winter like barren trees or icicles.

Make a list of five things you want to accomplish in 2014. Seal the list in an envelope to be opened on 12/31/2014. New Year’s Eve

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Go for an evening walk downtown and admire the holiday lights and decorations.

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Merry Christmas – count your blessings today!

Find a Christmas movie and enjoy watching it with your family tonight.

Read the story or watch the movie of A Christmas Carol. Who is your favorite character? Boxing Day is a national holiday in Britain and historically, the servants had the day off. Give your parents the day off and make dinner tonight. Boxing Day

Write a Winter Poem and make it into a card to give to a friend.

Write thank you notes to everyone who gave you gifts. Tell them what you liked most about the gift.

Do you like to get letters? Then spend a few minutes to hand write a letter to a friend.

Celebrate the first day of winter by looking for all the symbols of winter around you. First Day of Winter Spend some time today playing cards with friends or family members. Card Playing Day

Find the packages that are wrapped the same. Not every package will have a match.

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1. Luke Richards practicing letter “T� at the writing center. 2. Ledger Rust stamping letters at the letter center. 3. Ava Schultz playing with lacing cards. 4. Hoyt McMurtry & Jaelyn Perrot watercolor painting. 5. Elliott Kurska & Madelyne Edwards playing the peek-a-boo game. 6. Hunter Stauffer & Emma Cummings working a puzzle together.

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1. Kiara Morris carefully colors her entry for the Fire Prevention Week Coloring Contest. 2. Elizabeth Edson colors a paper that demonstrates points about Fire Prevention Week. 3. Noah Webb enjoys some play time with some of his favorite toys. 4. Ocean Koehn, Jaserin Round, Jerrin Horner, Breana Walters and Karen Dribo show off Garfield’s giant United States of America map in the tile floor. Many of these students attended classes at the old school and are really enjoying the facilities the new building. 5. Matthew Pritchett works with the HOODAMATH program on his division and multiplication skills.

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8. Kloey Coulter , Tristan White watch as Marissa Lavicky puts her signature on the giant Thank You Notes the class is doing to thank the school support personnel for all they do at Garfield. 9. Vanessa Lavicky, Daylin White, Ruby Slaton take a break from learning games on the iPad to play with some of the items in their classroom.

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1. Malia Arnold and Noah Voth play a game to teach them about nouns on the interactive MIMIO board.

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2. Mollie Burchel and John Rose enjoy their reading time more with comfy pillows. 3. Callum Wright and Sam Buller share their patriotic responsibility raising and lowering the flag each day. 4. Marli Arnold and Kaidy Watkins use a clock with moving hands visual aid in their classroom to help them learn how to tell time. 5. Macguire Arnold takes advantage of the warm morning to push the merry-go-round at recess. 6. August Roggow and David Dupire assemble items to pack care boxes for Operation Christmas Child. The entire school participates by donating care items to fill the boxes. Last year they collected enough to send 60 care packages. 7. Brooklyn Phillips, Kami Voth and Taryn Gray demonstrate their knowledge of the skeletal system by identifying their skulls on their skeletons and on their heads.

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Heifer International eifer International’s aim is to end poverty and hunger throughout the world. They help needy families by giving out gifts of farm animals, training, seeds and trees. American farmer, Dan West, started the organization in 1944. The idea behind the organization came from this proverb: “Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish; you have fed him for a lifetime.”

Through Heifer International, you can give the gift of livestock and fruit trees to people in need around the world. When Heifer International gives a goat or other animal to a family, that family must “pass on the gift.” Recipient families give the animal’s first female offspring to another family in need. That family, in turn, passes on the gift to another family. So one gift multiplies throughout the community, year after year.

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The Salvation Army he red kettle and the sound of a ringing bell that runs up to Christmas Eve throughout our communities is the seasonal program of the Salvation Army. The money donated during one four-hour period can provide two nights shelter and four warm meals for the men and women or toys for children who look to the Salvation Army for help.

Can you find the two identical bells?

The Red Kettle campaign first started in San Francisco in 1891, and has been the Salvation Army’s most successful fundraiser, reaching over 6 million people during the Christmas season.

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2. Keon Young & Lakota Epperson reading Smarty Pants & identifying parts, sounds & letters. 3. Anahi Resendiz playing in the kitchen at center time. 4. CJ Harrigton & Braedyn Ulrich playing sight word bingo.

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2. Elizabeth Drost selects one of the many colorful books in the St. Joseph’s library. 3. Jaxyn Ward and Evan Hoopingarner show some of the locations on the map where they have sent travel bugs throughout the nation during their Geocaching project, “ Where, oh Where in God’s Creation. “ The first and fourth grade classes dropped off their travel bugs on the intersection of Highway 412 and Interstate 35 and have had one returned from as far away as Scandanavia. 4. Harry Nunez, Luke Rauh and Lucas Ornaro quiz each other on their map skills as they learn to use directions to find different locations.

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5. 5th graders Anastacia DeSantiago, Kayleb Darst & Damien Brown working on a “Thirsty Rocks” science experiment. 6. Tristan Hawley & Katie Smart doing a circle dance during music. 7. Kyle Crenshaw & Aydan Voitik circle dancing in music. 8. Gage Karbginsky shooting a basket during PE. 9. Karma Nakvinda & Brody Mills learning about letters & reading with the starfall program during computer time.

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valleys Kid Scoop News looks at three ways valleys are formed. A small stream of water at the top of a mountain or hillside is pulled down toward the sea by gravity. As it travels and mixes with water from other streams, rain and snowmelt, it becomes a powerful agent in shaping the way the earth looks.

Moving glaciers also carve valleys. Glaciers erode both the sides and bottoms of an area forming a valley that is shaped like the letter U. Use the code to see what some people call such a valley.

At the bottom of a valley, a river continues its path to the sea. Rain and snow melt run down the walls of the valley, eroding more soil and making the valley wider. It is the power of the river that makes a valley. The water in the river picks up dirt, rocks and even boulders on its trip towards the sea. The water carves out a valley. Large boulders, stones and pebbles also cut through earth and rock.

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1. 1st graders Katie Honigsberg & Henry Kirk using whisper phones at the read to self center during center time.

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1. Addison Bryant, Brandon Taylor & Ava Campbell making “Mouse” for the letter M. 2. Reagan Redelsperger cuts some orange burlap for her fall art project.

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2. Rhiannon Hall and Kimmberly Lopez work on their coordination with the hula hoops during PE time in the gym. 3. Bethany Hernandez keeps on spinning that hula hoop during fitness time in the gym. 4. Jessika Alba, Leona Vinsonhaler, Bryan Resendiz and Deauna Dority help the younger kids with the actions for the elephant song while Bethany Hernandez gets to be the elephant during Music. 5. Sara Garcia and Dylan Kitchen observe and track the changes in their Rain Forest in a Bottle experiments. 6. Minerva Ramirez tries uses her hand to make the animal come alive during the elephant song in Music. 7. Jordon Crawford and Yesenia Hermosillo use the laptops in the library to complete their assignments in Wordle.

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Q: Do you think you’ll want to be Santa forever? Santa: As long as my heart is POUNDING and my belly is JIGGLING, I reckon I’ll want to be!

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How Frost Is Made When the AIR temperature at ground level dips to the freezing temperature of water, 0°C (32°F), water VAPOR or moisture in the air quickly freezes solid on cold surfaces. As this moisture CHANGES from a gas (vapor) to a solid (ice), it coats cold surfaces with a layer of small, needle-like CRYSTALS or spicules of ice. The size of the crystals depends on the amount of WATER in the air, the time and the temperature. Frost FORMS first on cooler surfaces and in places where temperatures dip lower.

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