Angling for Fun
    Footnotes

    “Angling for Fun,” Friend, July 1985, 23

    Angling for Fun

    Write in their proper places on the fish’s scales the names of the nineteen water creatures listed here. Start with the T on the top row, moving to the right; then complete the next row, moving to the left. Continue weaving back and forth until all six rows are completed. The last letter of each word is also the first letter of the next word. The numbers tell you where a new word begins. Hint: Sometimes you’ll need to look ahead at the next word before you write in the name of a water creature.

    Angling for Fun

    Abalone

    Halibut

    Nautilus

    Trout

    Anemone

    Herring

    Ray

    Tuna

    Eared Seal

    Leech

    Remora

    Turtle

    Eel

    Limpet

    Starfish

    Yellowtail

    Grouper

    Lobster

    Tarpon

    Answers:

    • (1) tuna, (2) abalone or anemone, (3) eel, (4) lobster, (5) ray, (6) yellowtail, (7) leech, (8) halibut, (9) trout, (10) tarpon, (11) nautilus, (12) starfish, (13) herring, (14) grouper, (15) remora, (16) anemone or abalone, (17) eared seal, (18) limpet, (19) turtle.