What's a HTROA?
A MINOTAUR at the Zimmer Children's Museum? No, not really. Unscramble the words in this paragraph to find out what their newest exhibit is:
In order to read this HTROA, you will need a
GMNIFYNGAI glass. And it is there, right at the end of the DAY, the pointer. This is a NITUEMARI that was written in LNPOAD almost a hundred years ago. It was brought over to ERJSMEALU around 1935.
Big Questions Get Big Answers
If you go to the Zimmer Children's Museum, you will be able to answer some big questions. And then you might get it published in on this page. Here's an example:
Q: If you could give the world a present what would it be?
"I would give the world a really big tzedakah can that is full of money." -- Yitzi, age 6
Q: If you could invite anyone to your home, who would it be and why?
"I would invite the world to my house and teach it how to share." -- Yojar, age 7
Books, Puppets, Food and Fun
Don't forget about the Children's Bookfest on Sunday, Nov. 16, at Mt. Sinai Memorial Park.
Entertainers: Puppeteer Len Levitt, Parachute Express, L.A. Children's Museum Theatre Project
Activities: Bookbinding, Puppet Making, Bookmark Making
Food: Hamburgers, Hot Dogs,
Sodas, French Fries
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