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    COTTAGE GROVE SENTINEL FEBRUARY 15, 2017 11A
© 2017 by Vicki Whiting, Editor Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 33, No. 10
Cut out the cards below.
A Valentine your heart will treasure is a gift
of action! Jump rope, dance, run, skip and
play active sports and games. Anything
to get your heart beating a bit faster
for 20 minutes a day or so.
Give the cards to the person
who is “It.” When “It” tags
someone, that person selects
a card and performs the
activity for the amount of
time stated.
After the person completes
the activity, they become “It.”
Show yourself the love by
taking good care of yourself.
Here are some little Valentine’s Day
gifts to give yourself!
Color in a heart every time you brush your teeth for the next week.
Can you color in every heart? That would be a Valentine treat to
keep your teeth strong and healthy!
How many hearts
can you count in
three minutes? How
many of Cupid’s
arrows can you find?
Have a friend try.
Who found the
most of each?
Each night before you go to sleep,
write down at least one happy thing
that happened that day on a little slip
of paper. Keep these slips of paper in
a jar and read them whenever you
are having a bad day.
Look for these things
in your newspaper
or its website:
A headline with
two adjectives
A number larger
than 1,000
A picture with an
animal
Something that
makes you happy
Something healthy
A word with three
syllables
Tomorrow’s
weather forecast
Fill in the missing vowels to complete these
Valentines messages by these healthy foods.
Standards Link: Research:
Use the newspaper to locate
information.
Every row
and every
column,
plus the two
diagonals
will add up
to same sum
if you fill in
the four
missing
numbers
correctly.
Standards Link: Math: Compute sums using addition.
Cut out five or more words from the
headlines in today’s newspaper. Use these
to write a funny Valentine message to
your teacher! Then, make another
one for a friend or family member.
VALENTINE
VEGETABLE
IMAGINE
FARMERS
FOREVER
HEALTHY
ACTION
ACTIVE
TEETH
HEART
LOVE
GIVE
PEAR
SKIP
Standards Link:
Physical Education:
Use a variety of
basic and advanced
movement forms.
S G S V A L E
R I K N T
E V I
I H R
I M E A H
T C A A E T N
M E P E G R P E O E
R E N I
T N E L A V
A R N A C T
I O N O
F E F O R E V E R L
W V E G E T A B L E
Y H T L A E H A R D
This week’s word:
TREASURE
The verb treasure means
to value highly.
Lucas will treasure the
chance to play basketball.
Try to use the word treasure
in a sentence today when
talking with your friends
and family today.
Valentine Surprise
Make up a story about a
Valentine’s Day surprise.
Who was surprised?
What was the surprise?
Use five or more adjectives.
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