All the birds know it, for swift they have sped
Northward, and now they are singing like mad;
June is full-tide for them, June makes them glad,
Hark, the bright choruses greeting the day -
Long legs, crooked thighs; Little head, and no eyes. What am I?
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, If a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Famous Quotation. Never leave that till
tomorrow which you can do today. Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). American
scientist, diplomat and publisher.
Why do bees hum?
What did one strawberry say to another?
Match the painting with the painter.
PRESSED FLOWERS AND LEAVES. 1.
Collect flowers that are not too thick and have not been watered for
at least 2 days, such as daisies, impatiens, lily-of-the-valley, pansies,
petunias, & violets. Most leaves press well. 2. Place each one between
4 pieces of paper towel in a shape of your choice. 3. Cover with shirt
cardboard above and below. 4. Keep in a dry place. 5. Place magazines
and books on top. 6. After a week carefully remove everything. If they
are not dry, replace all covering material for another week or two.
7. Then gently remove each dry flower & leaf. 8. Tape them to pages
in a flower and/or leaf notebook. 9. Label them - what it is, where
is was picked, & on what date.
WAX PAPER FLOWER AND LEAF PRESSINGS.
After they have been pressed, place each flower/s & leaf/leaves
between 2 pieces of wax paper and iron the paper until it fuses together.
Place in a notebook or you may make a hole in the top, tie with a string,
and hang up near a window as a decoration. The wax paper pressings may
also be used as a book cover & back.
ANSWERS. JUNE MAGAZINE.
RIDDLE: A pair of tongs.
WHY? Because they don't know the words.
WHAT? If you weren't so sweet, we wouldn't
be in this jam.
MATCH GAME-PAINTINGS. 1.H; 2.E; 3.A;
4.F; 5.G; 6.D; 7.C; 8.B.