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Page 4B EDUCA ON Hays Free Press May 25, 2016 PHOTOS BY SUZI MITCHELL our While many students are spending their last days before the end of school dreaming of how they'll be taking it easy this summer, some are concentrating on challenging activities right up through their last school day, challenging themselves in the first- ever Barton Bobcats' HCISD Middle School Robotics Showcase. The students were all from the district's middle school Project Lead the Way Gateway to Technology classes and/or in their respective campus robotics clubs. Above, Barton Middle School teacher Jonathan Barger discusses a project with sixth- grader Christian Smith. Right, Bristol Raymond, fourth- grader at Carpenter Hill Elementary demonstrates his project. ~AT {ONAI. BAtiK Kyle Banking Center 800W. FM 150 I Kyle, TX i 512.268.4444 I w A v.firsttockhartcom Annual Percentage Yield (APY) accurate as of March 28, 2016, A minimum of $10,000 to open account and obtain the stated APY. A pena ty may be imposed for early withdrawal, Member FDI LENDER ~I1~ Find Kid Scoop on Facebook @2016byVickiWh~ng, Edit0 JeffSchinkeI, Graphics Vo].32,No.26 What is the Olympic motto? Use the code to find out! Speed and Endurance Find The gold medal for long-distance rurming would have .the ..t~/o .: ' .............:: ..... :i ..... i to go to the pronghom antelope. It can maintain a ioem!cal miles (5 km). No other animal can nm so far so fast. antelope. / steady speed of 35 mph (56 km/hr)for a distance of 3 pro.ngnorn ~~~~~~ ~~fe~~lher ,tananrds Unk: Visual discrirninatlon: ,dentily similarities and diff ...... 1: corn:on objects. Stnnda!l.lnk !aa,ng Co!ehens~~~ Follow s!Dle w! atreetmn!~'~ The fastest animal can reach 200+ miles per hour in a dive to :: catch its prey. ] Fastest land animal racing at 70 mph! Fastest marine swimming at more than 35 miles per hour! fish reaches Porpoise zooms in at WINNER FLEA RACE SPEED MAMMAL FISH ANIMAL METER LEAP JUMP GOLD DISTANCE NATURE BODY CAT FALCON Find the words in the puzzle, then in this week's Kid Scoop stories and activities. KRRENNIWEV IEARGOLDCE FALCONAMNR JWUAEJMAAU HSIFMUIMTT CGPYNMNMSA ATAEBPAAIN TRETEMSMDZ AELFDDBODY Stendards Unk: Letterrseq uencing. Recognize iden~csI words. S~rn and scan readlr~. Reca, sp~,ng paUerns Winner by a anLmals that can't jump. They can smell water three miles away, though! Long Distance Read-a-thon Read parts of today's newspaper. Measure the length of each column you read. Add up all of the inches (or centimeters). Give yourself a reward if you read more than 100 inches or 254 cm! Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Students read from a variety of texts including newspapers; Math: Measurement. Quiz a friend or family member about the Olympics. Olympic Trivia Challenge 1. What do the five rings of the Olympics mean? [] Five Cities [] Five Countries [] Five Continents 2. What does the Olympic Motto "Citius, Altius, Fortius" mean? [] Harder, Stronger, Faster [] Faster, Higher, Stronger [] Better, Bigger, Bolder 3. According to the Olympic Creed, the most important thing in the Olympic Games is not to win but ... [] to play fair. [] to win big. [] to take part. 4. Where is the Olympic torch first lit? [] Athens [] Greece [] Olympia 5. Women were first allowed to compete in the Olympics in what year? [] 1800 [] 1900 [] 2OOO i for the :start. Long Jump The common flea can cover 220 times the length of its body in one leap! If humans could do that, we would be able to complete the 800 meter race in just two leaps! Traveling as fast as it can, without taking a rest, it would take a garden S~ more ~an eight days to ~sh a 10,000 ~ter race ! A good sport ... ... congratulates a winning . opponent. .+ + ill il I II i i /il Ii