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Finding Summer’s Happy Ending

Hay Seed and City Slicker know of another important August day to observe, especially when you return to the classroom.

It is called Be An Angel Day on August 22, but it can be celebrated ANY day. Honoring this day is quite simple—and you don’t need wings and a halo! Just do good things for others. That is all there is to it!

For example, you could offer to help a classmate struggling with a math problem. Or, you could invite a shy student to eat lunch with you. Or, if a classmate is going through a tough time, you could give your support by letting them know you will be there for them.

Being someone’s angel is not hard to do.  It is all about being kind, understanding and available. There is a little angel hiding in this magazine, ready to spread some goodness.

For a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card, do the following:

  1. Find the angel, giving the page number.
  2. Describe how you could celebrate the Be An Angel Day.
  3. Give an example of someone who has been an angel to you.

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June Issue Super Sleuth

The June Super Sleuth was about staying safe during inclement summer weather. For a chance to win a $25 Amazon email gift card, kids were asked to find an image of Florida, the state with the largest number of storm days per year, hidden in the issue and provide the page number, say whether or not they’ve ever visited the state, and share how they will “play it safe” outdoors this summer.

The correct answers are:

  • Florida, Page 31
  • Yes, I have visited Florida.
  • “I will never be in or near water during a thunderstorm. I will seek shelter inside.

”Our winner is Titus. Congratulations, Titus!

The Kids Korner submissions are for children under the age of 16.