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Highlights High Five Magazine

Ages 2-6


Description

Highlights High Five is a younger children's counterpart to Highlights, first published with the January 2007 issue. This children's magazine is for preschoolers ages two through six. The goal of High Five is to help children develop and to give parent and child a fun and meaningful activity to do together each month.Every issue is 40 pages and includes poems and stories, crafts, easy recipes, games, puzzles and other activities that encourage children to be lifelong learners.


Kids Love the Magazine That’s All Their Own!

Your preschooler or kindergartner will love High Five magazine, because it’s designed and written just for their age group. High Five is an exciting, colorful, fun-filled magazine developed by the early childhood experts at Highlights to encourage and inspire tender hearts and curious young minds.


Features

High Five children’s magazine subscription is filled with features that help build important skills while playing. We call it Fun with a Purpose.


What Does It Do?

- Hidden Pictures scenes develop visual acuity and vocabulary
- Matching games and other puzzles boost thinking power
- Easy recipes and crafts give kids self-confidence
- Engaging activities encourage hands-on fun
- Action rhymes get kids to exercise
- Stories from other lands and cultures expand children’s empathy

Kids Love:

- Charming illustrations
- Age-appropriate jokes and riddles
- Easy puzzles that give them a feeling of success
- Entertaining stories that they can relate to
- Cute crafts and activities

Parents Love:

- Sets kids on the path to becoming lifelong learners
- Introduces basic concepts of science, nature and art through simple nonfiction articles
- Teaches word recognition
- Introduces math concepts
- Promotes values and creativity


Why Is the Sky Blue?

You’ve probably already experienced your little ones asking questions like this — all day long! — so you know how inquisitive and thirsty for knowledge kids this age are. High Five preschool magazines help you encourage your child’s curiosity, and they give you an ideal opportunity for one-on-one fun together.

That’s why High Five has stories, puzzles and activities that are expertly designed to nurture your preschooler or kindergartner’s development. Every 36-page issue reinforces skills that prepare them for reading, math and other areas of learning — but the kids only know that it’s fun!


Getting Mail Is Exciting

For more than 70 years, children have been eagerly checking the mailbox, hoping to find a Highlights magazine with their name on it. Now, even 2- to 6-year-olds can experience that delight for themselves.

They’ll have so much fun with each monthly issue, which is packed with read-aloud stories and poems, simple crafts and recipes, learning games, puzzles for beginners and other activities. They’re the perfect magazines for kindergartners and preschoolers!

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Highlights High Five (March 2020)

Highlights High Five Magazine

Ages 2-6


Description

Highlights High Five is a younger children's counterpart to Highlights, first published with the January 2007 issue. This children's magazine is for preschoolers ages two through six. The goal of High Five is to help children develop and to give parent and child a fun and meaningful activity to do together each month.Every issue is 40 pages and includes poems and stories, crafts, easy recipes, games, puzzles and other activities that encourage children to be lifelong learners.


Kids Love the Magazine That’s All Their Own!

Your preschooler or kindergartner will love High Five magazine, because it’s designed and written just for their age group. High Five is an exciting, colorful, fun-filled magazine developed by the early childhood experts at Highlights to encourage and inspire tender hearts and curious young minds.


Features

High Five children’s magazine subscription is filled with features that help build important skills while playing. We call it Fun with a Purpose.


What Does It Do?

- Hidden Pictures scenes develop visual acuity and vocabulary
- Matching games and other puzzles boost thinking power
- Easy recipes and crafts give kids self-confidence
- Engaging activities encourage hands-on fun
- Action rhymes get kids to exercise
- Stories from other lands and cultures expand children’s empathy

Kids Love:

- Charming illustrations
- Age-appropriate jokes and riddles
- Easy puzzles that give them a feeling of success
- Entertaining stories that they can relate to
- Cute crafts and activities

Parents Love:

- Sets kids on the path to becoming lifelong learners
- Introduces basic concepts of science, nature and art through simple nonfiction articles
- Teaches word recognition
- Introduces math concepts
- Promotes values and creativity


Why Is the Sky Blue?

You’ve probably already experienced your little ones asking questions like this — all day long! — so you know how inquisitive and thirsty for knowledge kids this age are. High Five preschool magazines help you encourage your child’s curiosity, and they give you an ideal opportunity for one-on-one fun together.

That’s why High Five has stories, puzzles and activities that are expertly designed to nurture your preschooler or kindergartner’s development. Every 36-page issue reinforces skills that prepare them for reading, math and other areas of learning — but the kids only know that it’s fun!


Getting Mail Is Exciting

For more than 70 years, children have been eagerly checking the mailbox, hoping to find a Highlights magazine with their name on it. Now, even 2- to 6-year-olds can experience that delight for themselves.

They’ll have so much fun with each monthly issue, which is packed with read-aloud stories and poems, simple crafts and recipes, learning games, puzzles for beginners and other activities. They’re the perfect magazines for kindergartners and preschoolers!

MARCH 2020
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Dear Readers





Highlights High Five
A Favorite Story Volume 14
Number 3
Issue No. 159

Editor in Chief: Christine French Cully
VP, Magazine Group Editorial: Jamie Bryant
Wasn’t it incredible—the moment you first met your child? Do Creative Director: Marie O’Neill
Editor: Meghan Dombrink-Green
you remember the intense feelings you had? I recall relief when my Art Director: Yvonne Duran
Copy Editor: Patty Courtright
daughter was born, but also surprise that she had hair (no one in my Production Assistant: Susan Shadle Erb
Editorial Offices
family is born with hair). And I remember the nurses commenting 807 Church Street,
on how alert she was. What an unforgettable night! Honesdale, PA 18431-1895.
E-mail: [email protected]
This month, in “My Favorite Bedtime Story” (pages 26–29), a little CEO: Kent S. Johnson
SVP, International and Global Content
girl and her mom take turns telling the story of the night the girl Licensing: Andy Shafran
Business Offices
was born. From Papa running out in slippers, to snow swirling at the window, all the Highlights for Children, Inc.,
1800 Watermark Drive,
little details are important. (To help readers understand the story’s passage of time, P.O. Box 269, Columbus, OH 43216-0269.
“then” illustrations are in shades of blue, and “now” are in full color.) Copyright © 2020, Highlights for Children, Inc.
All rights reserved.
There are many ways children enter our lives—through birth, adoption, blending of Highlights High Five is published monthly.
Cover price: $5.99
families. Each entrance is a beautiful story that gives our child a sense of belonging. ISSN 1943-1465 (print) • ISSN 2330-6955 (online)
Printed by LSC Communications, Glasgow, KY, and
“My Favorite Bedtime Story” is one version of a family tale. I hope you and your Seymour, IN
family will be inspired to snuggle up and share your own stories. Designed for use in all the classrooms of
early childhood, including child-care centers,
preschools, schools, and the home.
Periodicals postage paid at Columbus, OH;
Toronto, ON; and at additional mailing offices.
We love to hear from you! Highlights High Five, P.O. Box 6038, Harlan, IA
Sincerely, U.S. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to
[email protected] 51593-1538. CANADA POST: Publications Mail
Agreement No. 40065670. Return undeliverable
Canadian addresses to P.O. Box 99 Stn. Main,
Milton, ON L9T 9Z9.
Sometimes we make our list of customer
Meghan D b i k names available to other carefully screened
Meghan Dombrink-Green, Editor
companies whose products and services
might be of interest to you. We never provide
children’s names. If you do not wish to receive
these mailings, please contact us and include
Your High Five! To subscribe to High Five or switch your
your account number.
Send us your photos at highlights.com/HighFive.
subscription to Highlights, make a payment,
change your address, or for other customer-
Find more photos of readers like you on the back cover!
service needs, such as changing your contact
preference, please contact us:
Online: Highlights.com
Call: 1-800-255-9517
Write: P.O. Box 5878, Harlan, IA 51593-1378




Highlights High Five has received the Family
Choice Award, the Association of Educational
Publishers Distinguished Achievement Award
Raina,age4,and for Preschool Fiction and the Preschool
Joel, age 2, from Periodical of the Year Award, the Learning
Magazine Teachers’ Choice Award for the
SM
Iowa pose with their Family, the NAPPA Gold and Silver Awards,
fizzy lemonade and awards from Parents’ Choice and the
National Parenting Center.
(August 2019). As part of our mission to help make the world
a better place for the children of today and
tomorrow, Highlights is committed to making
responsible business decisions that will
protect our natural resources and reduce our
environmental impact.
Credits
Front cover art: Julissa Mora
Side patterns: Liz M. Williams
Editor photo: Andrea Killam
Back cover art: Villie Karabatzia
HF0320_182736


2020!

March













Reading Activities




4 Verse Who’s Who 30 Recipe Tasty Popcorn Cauliflower



5 The Adventures of Spot 32 Move It! I Can Be a Tree
Spot Cleans Windows

34 Craft Taped Letters
6 Tex and Indi Sidewalk Artists



12 Nonfiction Nature Pattern



20 English and Spanish
Doña Rosa: A Cool Idea



26 Fiction My Favorite Bedtime Story






Puzzles





10 My First Hidden Pictures Super Friends



15 Whoops! Color ful Crayons


16 Poem Puzzle Counting Matryoshki


18 That’s Silly! The Garden Center



24 Look and Look Again Our First Flight



36 Back Cover Help Max Find Buddy










Join the fun!


HighlightsForChildren

HighlightsForChildren

Highlights


Verse






Who’s Who












By Helen Kemp Zax Art by Pauline Reeves

I call my mother Mommy.


My daddy calls her Sue.

I call my father Daddy.


My mommy calls him Lou.





I call my mom’s dad Pop-Pop.


I call my dad’s dad Pa.


I call my mom’s mom Nana.


I call my dad’s mom Ma.





My mommy calls me Sweetie.


My daddy calls me Boo.

What do you call your family?


And what do they call you?











































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The Adventures of Spot





SPOT CLEANS WINDOWS



Episode #159

By Marileta Robinson Art by Ron Zalme





























Spring is here. It’s time for a good cleaning.






























Tommy washes the windows. That smudge won’t come off.































Spot can help. Thanks, Spot!




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HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Tex and Indi








Sidewalk Artists










By Lissa Rovetch Art by Amy Wummer








































































“What’s in that bucket?” asked Indi.

“Sidewalk chalk,” said Tex.


“Ooh!” said Indi. “Let’s go draw!”


“I see rain clouds,” said Dad. “You might want


to start before the sidewalk gets wet.”






6 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE ⋆ MARCH 2020


The twins drew and drew.


“I’m making a magical flower,” said Tex.

“I’m drawing a giraffe with a super-long neck so it can


smell your flower,” said Indi.


“What bright colors!” said Mom. “But it’s time for lunch,


so let’s take a break and come back later.”






HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 7


“Mmm,” said Indi. “This soup is yummy.”


As they ate, the sky turned dark, and rain started


pouring down.


“Oh, no,” said Tex. “Our drawings are going to


wash away.”







8 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE ⋆ MARCH 2020


The twins ran outside after lunch.


“Aww,” said Tex. “My flower is gone.”


“So is my giraffe,” said Indi. “But look, there’s

a rainbow!”


“Hmm,” said Tex. “Maybe we can turn our drawings


into a rainbow!”


“That’s a great idea,” said Indi. “Two rainbows are


better than one!”







HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 9


My First Art by Tom Knight


















































































Super Friends























Pizza Pencil Lollipop Almond Broccoli







10 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Find the objects hidden in the picture!









Can you find

this snail
on the back


Doughnut Kite Envelope Snail cover?






11
HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Nonfiction



Nature

















































































Nature loves to do


the same thing over

and over again. Look


at a tree. Branches


grow more branches.


Mathematicians call

this a fractal.






12 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


B
Patter




















Look at the

repeated

pattern!
































































Look closely at a snowflake,


a fern, or a pinecone. You’ll


see the same shape repeated

in smaller and smaller sizes.






HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 13


This shell


repeats in

a swirl.
There is

a pattern


in the

snowflake.





































Delicious

fractals!



























You can eat a fractal! The


vegetable Romanesco has


tiny spirals of triangles on

top of spirals of triangles.


Broccoli and cauliflower are


fractals too!






14 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Whoops!
Art by Alex Willmore






Colorful Crayons





















































Blue Crayon Red Crayon














































Yellow Crayon Carrot Crayon?




HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 15


Poem Puzzle


Counting









Matryoshki















By Amanda Hayward Art by Lesley Breen Withrow






One happy wooden doll looking at me—


open her up and what do I see?


One becomes two, and two becomes three.


Three becomes four little dolls for me.


Open up the fourth doll and what do I see?


The cutest little, smallest little doll baby.










How many matryoshki



do you see?




What do you see



that is small and what do


you see that is large?















Matryoshki (mah-tree-OH-shkee) are Russian nesting dolls
of different sizes. They are built to fit one inside the other.






16 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE ⋆ MARCH 2020



HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 17


That’s Silly! Art by Julissa Mora










The Garden Center











































What silly things do you see?



























































18 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 19


English and Spanish

















A Cool Idea













By Ana Galán Art by Violet Lemay Spanish pronunciation by Linda Elman, Ph.D.



































It was a hot day in Miami, so Doña


Rosa decided to go to her favorite shop.


“Quiero helado de fresa, por favor,”

she said.


“Strawberry ice cream?” said the


server. “You got it!”








Quiero helado de fresa, por favor.

key-YEHR-oh ell-LAH-doh

de FREH-sah POHR fah-VOHR

I want strawberry ice cream, please.







20 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


He put one scoop of ice cream into a bowl. “Is this enough?”


he asked.


“Un poco más, por favor,” said Doña Rosa.

The server added another scoop. “Like this?” he asked.


“Un poco más, por favor,” said Doña Rosa.


The server added a third scoop to the bowl.


“Is this good?” he asked.


“¡Sí, gracias!” said Doña Rosa, and she went off to the lake.





Un poco más, por favor. ¡Sí, gracias!


OON POH-koh MAHSS POHR fah-VOHR SEE GRAH-see-ahss

A little more, please. Yes, thank you!







22 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE ⋆ MARCH 2020


When Lucy and Mary saw


Doña Rosa carrying the


big bowl of ice cream, they ¡Helado para todas!

flocked to her. ell-LAH-doh pah-rah TOH-dahss


“Ice cream!” screamed Lucy. Ice cream for all!


“Ice cream!” screamed Mary.


“¡Helado para todas!” said


Doña Rosa.





HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 23


Look and Look Again Art by Rachael McLean




Our First





































































































How are these pictures the same?







24 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Fl ig h t









































































































How are they different?





HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 25


Fiction



My Favorite












Bedtime












Story














By Eileen Spinelli Art by Joel and Ashley Selby









At bedtime, I get all cozy


under the covers, and Mama


dims the light. In a sleepy-


soft voice, she begins my

favorite story.


“Once upon a time, on a


March night, cold and deep


with snow,” she says, “you


were born. I told your Papa:

‘It’s time!’ Papa ran out in his


socks and house slippers to


warm up the car.”

When she says that, Mama


and I always giggle.







26 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Mama continues. “I grabbed the red suitcase I had packed


weeks before. Papa sang to me as we drove. I rested my head on

his shoulder and took deep breaths. Streetlamps shimmered like


tiny moons in the snowy dark. It was a beautiful night.”






27
HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Because I know the story by heart, I pipe up, “At the


hospital, a nurse helped you into a blue gown. The doctor


smiled at Papa and told him everything would be fine.”


Mama strokes my hair. “Yes—and Papa held my hand. And

the wind whirled puffs of snow at the window. The nurse


turned my pillow, and it was cool like a cloud of snow.”





28 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE ⋆ MARCH 2020


“And then you came, my sweet girl. Papa held you


and called you his little snow angel.”






























My eyes get

droopy. I yawn. I


snuggle deeper


under my blanket.


I whisper, “And we


all lived happily

ever after.”





29
HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


T asty
Recipe By Pat Tanumihardja Photos by Jim Filipski, Guy Cali Associates, Inc.
T asty









Popcorn






































Yummy!



Try this: Dip in ketchup


or BBQ sauce.









Before You

Begin


Adult: Preheat
oven to 425°F.
Spray a baking

sheet with
cooking spray.


1 Break. 2
Whisk.




Break cauliflower In a separate bowl,

into bite-sized whisk panko and

florets (pieces). coconut. Add two

shakes each of salt
and pepper.



30 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Cauliflower You Need




Cooking spray

1 small head of

cauliflower

1 cup panko

bread crumbs

½ cup

unsweetened
shredded

coconut

Kosher salt and

ground black

pepper

½ cup flour

2 large eggs,

beaten








































3 Coat. 4 Pour. 5
Spray.




Coat the cauliflower Pour in the panko Place the florets on

with flour. Add the mixture. Mix until the sheet and spray

eggs. Mix until the the florets are with cooking spray.

florets are coated. evenly coated. Adult: Bake for 16 minutes
until golden brown.



HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 31


Move It! By Elizabeth Steinglass Art by Fiona Powers Photos by Jim Filipski, Guy Cali Associates, Inc.











































































































These are my roots, This is my trunk,
gripping the ground. growing tall and round.





32


These are my branches, These are my leaves.
touching the sky. nd say, “Hi.”





HLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 33


Craft By Lisa Glover Samples by Elizabeth McAllister Photos by Jim Filipski, Guy Cali Associates, Inc.






































Masking Tape


Wrapped











































Masking


AthleticTape Duct Tape Tape Washi Tape

Wrapped and and and and

Overlapped Masking Washi Tape Electrical

Tape Mixed

Woven Textures Tape
Overlapped









34 HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020


Washi Tape
Washi Tape Diagonal


Mixed Patterns Athletic Tape Patterns
Ruffled









What’s your favorite letter?






HIGHLIGHTS HIGH FIVE MARCH 2020 35


YourHigh Five!
Can you help




Max find Buddy?
George, age 4,
New Jersey (craft
from September 2019)


















Zoe, age 5,
New York (craft
from December 2018)













Jake, age 5,
Delaware (recipe
from September 2019)

















Adela, age 4, Look for the hidden
California (recipe
from May 2019) “Smiling ” on the

front cover.



I was hiding, but
you found me!




Photo credit: Page 13: (girl) Jim Filipski, Guy Cali Associates, Inc. Stock photo credits: Page 12: (tree) iStock/Getty Images Plus/29mokara; 13 (right) iStock/Getty Images Plus/Dole08; 14: (from top) E+/Getty Images/
FlamingPumpkin, iStock/Getty Images Plus/ChaoticMind75, iStock/Getty Images Plus/Andrey Elkin, iStock/Getty Images Plus/scisettialfio; 30: (bottom left) iStock/Getty Images Plus/Andrey Elkin


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