Auntie Mo Superkids Magazine August 2020

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Family Health
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The Fun Bunch Sings - Skip to My Lou

Lost my partner, what’ll I do?
Lost my partner, what’ll I do?
Lost my partner, what’ll I do?
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus:
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou.
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou.
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou.
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

I’ll get another one, prettier than you.
I’ll get another one, prettier than you.
I’ll get another one, prettier than you.
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Little red wagon, painted blue.
Little red wagon, painted blue.
Little red wagon, painted blue.
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Flies in the buttermilk, two by two
Flies in the buttermilk, two by two
Flies in the buttermilk, two by two
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Flies in the sugar bowl, shoo shoo shoo!
Flies in the sugar bowl, shoo shoo shoo!
Flies in the sugar bowl, shoo shoo shoo!
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Going to Texas, two by two
Going to Texas, two by two
Going to Texas, two by two
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Cat’s in the cream jar, what’ll I do?
Cat’s in the cream jar, what’ll I do?
Cat’s in the cream jar, what’ll I do?
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Chorus

Freddie the Clever Fox

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Book Reading - Tales of Tambolo

The town of Tambolo is a place where stories come alive – stories for education and entertainment. This is a collection of eleven fictional short stories for children set in a place from Tambolo Town. Stories include:
The Elephant Trap,
The Forbidden Orange Tree,
The Wonderful Singing Bird,
Ngozi and the Witch Who Ate Children’s Dinners,
The Magic Cooking Pot,
The Unkind Rich Woman,
Tafa and the Friendly Spirits,
Mama Wunika’s Stolen Dinner.
The King’s Lost Son,
Chichi and the Eagle,
The Garden of Treasures.

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The Fun Bunch Go to the Zoo and to Frankfurt

The Fun Bunch is an entertainment and educational video series for K12 kids. Each episode features nursery rhymes songs for the younger and educational documentaries for the older kids.

Fun Stuff - How to Make Invisible Ink

Making invisible ink is a lot of fun, you can pretend you are a secret agent as you keep all your secret codes and messages hidden from others. All you need is some basic household objects and the hidden power of lemon juice.

What you'll need:
Half a lemon
Water
Spoon
Bowl
Cotton bud
White paper
Lamp or other light bulb

Instructions:
Squeeze some lemon juice into the bowl and add a few drops of water.
Mix the water and lemon juice with the spoon.
Dip the cotton bud into the mixture and write a message onto the white paper.
Wait for the juice to dry so it becomes completely invisible.
When you are ready to read your secret message or show it to someone else, heat the paper by holding it close to a light bulb.

What's happening?
Lemon juice is an organic substance that oxidizes and turns brown when heated. Diluting the lemon juice in water makes it very hard to notice when you apply it the paper, no one will be aware of its presence until it is heated and the secret message is revealed. Other substances which work in the same way include orange juice, honey, milk, onion juice, vinegar and wine. Invisible ink can also be made using chemical reactions or by viewing certain liquids under ultraviolet (UV) light.

Boot Camp - Internet of Things

The Internet of Things gives us access to the data from millions of devices. But how does it work, and what can we do with all that data? Find out in this animated tutorial from IBM's Think Academy.

Global Problem Solvers 1

A village in Malawi is having trouble getting clean drinking water. Local well pumps are broken, technicians are not coming by for routine checkups, and girls are missing school, and the Global Problem Solvers team is here to help. Watch along as they evaluate the situation and come up with a plan to fix the immediate problem. Discover how they work together to create a solution that monitors all the wells in the area in real-time so problems can be taken care of more quickly and with less disruption to local communities.

Global Problem Solvers: The Series is an animated series highlighting a team of multi-talented teens working together and using technology to create social change. The Series introduces young students to future-ready skills such as design thinking, the Internet of Things, social entrepreneurship and diversity in an approachable, engaging way.

Family Health - Global COVID-19 Prevention

This short animated video from Stanford Medicine's Maya Adam illustrates how the novel coronavirus — the virus that causes the respiratory disease COVID-19 — is transmitted among people and how transmission can be prevented.

Parenting Tips - Teach Your Child Leadership Skills

Childhood is the best time to inculcate leadership skills. If you want your child to turn into a good leader in his adulthood, here are some values that need to be taught in order to nurture leadership skills in your kids.

Foods that will make your kids smarter

The type of foods that children eat is reflected on the health they have. Children who love eating oily, sweet, and salty foods are more likely to be overweight and suffer from various health problems. On the other hand, children who are eating healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables have better chance of growing healthy and alert.

Eating well has multiple benefits both on the mental and physical health of children. It helps them be more alert and energize. It also reduces their risk of suffering from various conditions. Several studies also show that there are certain foods that can help improve the memory of children and enhance their brain power. Among the foods that are considered healthy to the brain are:

Fatty Fish:
Different types of fishes that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as sardines, salmon, and albacore tuna are known to provide a significant amount of DHA that the brain needs to transmit signals on various brain cells. It is advisable that parents give their children up to 6oz of this fish every week.

Blueberries:
Experts note that fresh and frozen blueberries are excellent source of antioxidants that help protect the brain against free radicals that damages the brain cells. There are several ways parents can try to serve blueberries to their children. They can make a popsicle or a smoothie out of them. They can also use them as the main ingredients for making pastries.

Green, leafy vegetables:
Spinach, broccoli, kale and other green, leafy vegetables are one of the foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals such as iron. According a research study, iron deficiency can affect the proper brain development of children. Some of the ways to prepare these vegetables is by making a salad or by stir-frying them. Other sources of iron include beans, tofu, and turkey.

Whole-wheat grains and Oatmeal:
Various studies have already proven that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Research also reveals that giving children foods with low glycemic index such as cereals, oatmeal, and whole-wheat bread help fuel their brain. They also enable children to be more attentive throughout the day.

Water:
Although water cannot be considered as a food, it is very important to life. Water keeps the body hydrated, enabling the brain to think clearly. It is noted that insufficient supply of water in the body can reduce the amount of oxygen that flows to the brain. Parents should make sure that they give their children the recommended amount of water they need every day. For children who are 4 to 8 years old need around 57oz of water every day while 9 to 13-year-old children need about 81oz of water. Parents can also try giving their children fruits that have high water content including strawberries and watermelons.

Eating healthy foods has positive consequences in the physical and mental well-being of various individuals. Whenever they can, parents should give their children foods that are known for boosting the brain power.

- Caroline Pierce
http://momswise.com

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Amazing Grace

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Grace loves to act out stories. Sometimes she plays the leading part, sometimes she is 'a cast of thousands.' When her school decides to perform Peter Pan , Grace is longing to play Peter, but her classmates say that Peter was a boy, and besides, he wasn't black... But Grace's Ma and Nana tell her she can be anything she wants if she puts her mind to it..

The Leopard and Galogalo

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A story about how the desperate desire for vengeance against a cunning creature becomes the undoing of an unwise Leopard. In disregard of his wife’s advice, Leopard becomes friends with a shrewd animal called the Galogalo. The Galogalo suggests that Leopard should allow him paint beautiful spots on his cubs. Excited by the plan, and against his wife’s advice Leopard takes his cubs away for the spot-painting. However, Galogalo kills and eats all of the cubs. Leopard, with assistance of the king makes many attempt to trap Galogalo , with no luck. Finally Galogalo kills Leopard and makes him into a stew. The stew pot is stolen by Dog, and when Galogalo goes to court to complain he is found guilty and sentenced to death. An exciting story book, with a great moral hook, meaty story and lively illustration.

Young Gifted and Black

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Meet 52 icons of colour from the past and present in this celebration of inspirational achievement from figureheads, leaders and pioneers such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks, to cultural trailblazers and sporting heroes, including Stevie Wonder, Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams. Strong, courageous, talented and diverse, these extraordinary men and women's achievements will inspire a new generation to chase their dream... whatever it may be