Corrections to blog

Sorry about that. The unedited version of the crossword puzzle was uploaded by mistake. Here is the corrected puzzle. Also I will upload the PDF version.

Carla Webb-Magic Writer

Magical Halloween Puzzle-2014 revised #2

Magic Writer’s Newsletter-October 2014

This newsletter is for children and their parents. Each month I will publish my Magic Writer’s newsletter. Included in this newsletter will be an activity, a coloring page, and Book recommendations. Starting in November , I will include book recommendations for the Tweens (ages 9-12). . I will also have a word for the month, and a writing activity. I would love to have the children’s writing and any drawings that go with it sent to me at carlawebb2014@gmail.com .I will post these stories on my website and /or on this blog. My purpose in doing this is to encourage children to write and to share their writing. There are many steps to the writing process. Each newsletter will highlight a step in the writing process.
Join me in encouraging our children to explore the magical world of books and to let their imagination soar!October 2014-newsletter for magic writier-Revised #2 (Autosaved)#4

Magical Halloween Puzzle-2014

October 2014-newsletter for magic writier–page 3

David’s Story

Cane Frog /Toad largest frog in Florida

Cane Frog /Toad largest frog in Florida

Observing the great outdoors is a favorite pastime for our family. The other morning, as the sun was beginning to rise, my husband saw a mother opossum with her babies clinging to her body. We have seen armadillos, raccoons, a 7-foot alligator floating in the water behind our home, and an array of birds. Max and Pepper, our little Shih-Tzu dogs, love chasing tiny lizards and frogs that find their way into our lanai. Unique sighting have a way of becoming a story. This is a second hand account of what transpired in our house on Tuesday, July 24th. David, the oldest son, was alone. He went into his bathroom. Here you need your imagination… From the corner of his eye, he spotted something big on the side of the toilet. David jumped up, shocked to find a monster-size frog. It was trying to crawl out the bowl! Without a thought, he ran to get a plastic bag to catch it. When he tried to herd it into the bag, the creature started swimming to the bottom of the bowl. Then David leaned over to grab it with his bare hand, but it escaped through the hole. Frustrated, he flushed and flushed and flushed. As he is talking, I can imagine the fate of the amphibian. Flushed down the pipes, into the sewer, and spit out into the Gulf of Mexico sounds harsh. Now this poor baby is glowing neon green. Many questions are unanswered. How did this frog find its way into David’s bathroom toilet? What happens to him? Does Nemo show up to help? Being a storyteller, I will follow my newest character, Neon Frog to know the rest of the story!