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When he heads into the kitchen, he discovers it is full of mice.
Garfield is initially shocked, but soon doesn't see it as an issue. He changes his mind when he finds the mice have eaten his breakfast. When confronted with the ordeal, Squeak convinces Garfield to let the mice stay by offering their servitude. Garfield agrees to this, and enjoys the arrangement. When Jon Arbuckle arrives home, Garfield gets all the mice to hide.
When Squeak is the only one remaining, Garfield quickly sits on him. As Jon checks in with Garfield and his job at keeping a watch around the house, Odie senses that Garfield is hiding a mouse, and tries to sniff around him. When Jon goes to get something to eat, Garfield kicks Odie out of the house. Jon briefly returns to talk to Garfield, only to find him holding Squeak, which Garfield pretends is a toy.
When Jon tries to get crackers from the cupboard, he notices the box is empty, and when a pair of mice run out of the same cupboard, Jon finds that the whole kitchen is infested. Jon angrily informs Garfield of the situation, and calls him upstairs. Jon expects Garfield to get rid of all the mice while he's away, or he will hire Ratator Pest to do the job and use Garfield's cat food budget as payment.
Garfield tries in vain to get the mice to leave, and worries about both them and himself. Garfield soon gets an idea, and takes Squeak to the computer to show him the Ratator Pest ad.
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You can see their eyes glazing over as you review decimals and fractions—for the third time this week. The room is stuffy, and everyone is tired.
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Students move to their tables and begin their group work, when suddenly, you hear loud…. Jump rope is one of the easiest ways to play alongside kids at recess or during break time.
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Grown-ups can introduce games that help kids develop basic jumping skills or use jump ropes in creative ways. Here are a few of our favorite jump rope games for different ages and learning goals. Games to reinforce….
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Review how to tag softly—like a butterfly—on the shoulds, upper arms or back. Pick two players to turn the rope. Pick one person to begin as the cat and one person to begin as the mouse.
Everyone else remains in line and waits for their turn. Review how players will rotate roles. Demonstrated how to play.