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Out in the Cold

Sarah Buzaglo

I used to think winter was a cold, dreary season filled with hacking coughs and long boring hours trapped indoors… until I learned this couldn’t be further from the truth. Here are some interesting, and less well-known, outdoor winter activities.

 

Jr. Tales

Rachel Stein

“Nechemia, look!” Eli’s awed tone shook Nechemia out of sleep’s comforting hold, and he soon joined his brother in gazing through the window. A winter wonderland stretched out as far as their eyes could see, cottony snowflakes wrapped around every branch and blade of grass, and they locked eyes in an instant of mutual understanding.

 

Snow Day!

Sarah Buzaglo

Need some fun ideas to keep you busy on this long-awaited snow day? No problem. Read on!



 
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