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tree
week
heel
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feet
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peep
keep
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Spelling List 3 Word Search

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tree
week
heel
seed
feet
beef
peep
leech
keep
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Spelling words Word Search

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Weekend
Asleep
Knee
Greed
Feet
Keeping
Beef
Feeding
Bee
Tree

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Protein Word Search

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beef
lentils
walnuts
pistachios
soy
seeds
peanut
cashew
almonds
eggs
tofu
legumes
poultry
beans
nuts
fish
protein

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Food and Nutrition Crossword

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A food poisoning that you receive symptoms 4-36 hours after contact. (Symp. Double vision, inability to swallow, speech difficulty, paralysis of Respiratory system.) Botulism
A food poisoning caused by bacteria on poultry, cattle and sheep. Contaminated meat and milk. Campylobateriosis
A food poisoning that mostly affects pregnant women, elderly, impaired immune system. Can cause fetal and infant death Listeriosis
A food poisoning caused by failure to keep food hot and effects you 8-12 hours after eating. Perfringens
A food poisoning caused by humans. It is caused by humans that don't wash their hands then handle milk and dairy products. Shigellosis
A food poisoning caused by contaminated meat that most likely happened during slaughter. Mostly found in ground beef. E-coli
A food poisoning caused by food left out at room temp for too long. Staphylococcal
The range of temperatures at which most bacteria multiply rapidly-- between 40 degrees and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Danger Zone
Cleanliness, keeping yourself clean. Personal Hygiene
The transfer of harmful bacteria from one food to another. Harmful bacteria can also be transferred to food from another source, such as hands. Cross-Contamination
Food that contains harmful bacteria. Contaminated food
Sickness caused by eating contaminated food, sometimes called food poisoning. Food-borne illness
Cuts breads and cakes. Serrated Knife
Another word for fry pans. Skillets
Used to measure liquid or dry ingredients Measuring spoon
Following practices that help prevent food-borne illness and keep food safe to eat. Food Safety
An ingredient list that is a quick reference to determine if ingredients are on hand and listed in order of use in recipe. Step;by;step method follows ingredient list. Standard Recipe
This recipe format has a step;by;step method. Checking ingredients for availability is not as convenient as they are placed in recipe within directions. Active recipe
A recipe written in paragraph form giving the ingredients along with the method of combining them. Narrative recipe
Avoid damage to cords. Electricity

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100 words Word Search

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things
toys
sun
sticks
trucks
plants
trees
sisters
shoes
sheep
songs
planes
fairies
clocks
rings
rain
rabbits
pigs
spiders
friends
mice
teeth
money
tomatoes
men
ants
letters
legs
kittens
houses
horses
bikes
oranges
pizzas
hands
pies
grass
snakes
girls
books
pets
flowers
trains
fish
clouds
feet
lizards
waves
snails
eyes
eggs
ducks
frogs
dolls
wind
dogs
cows
chickens
chairs
corn
children
cats
cars
cakes
dinosaurs
giants
boats
brothers
birds
bells
boys
bears
beds
balls
babies
apples

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Plant Science Word Search

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respiration
photosynthesis
stratification
scarification
air
sunlight
moisture
light
warmth
seedling
seed
endosperm
radicle
plumule
hypocotyl
cotyledon
trees
perennials
broccoli
lettuce
biennial
pansies
wheat
oats
impatien
tomato
annual
reproduce
maturity
growth
germination
lifecycle
hardiness
color
shape
size
habitat
erosioncontrol
research
medicine
food
oxygen

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Nutrients Crossword

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A substance that provides nourishment for everyday life and growth. Nutrient
The nutrient contained in bread, grains and starchy vegetables. carbohydrates
The nutrient contained in dairy, beans and eggs. Protien
the nutrient which comes from omega 3 rich foods, nuts, seeds and avocado. Fats
A,B,C,E,K Vitamins
Found in red meats, in two forms, haem/non-haem Iron
Potassium, sodium, calcium minerals
Helps transport nutrients around the body Water
Keep your sodium intake under 2400 ---------- per day Milligrams
Protein is broken down into these. Amino Acids

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Ballet Terms Crossword

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Literally "lifted". Rising from any position to balance on one or both feet on at least demi-pointe which is heels off the floor or higher to full pointe after a plie. Releve
Meaning "beat". A beating movement of the working leg, resembles a kick. Battement
Literally "pricked". A movement in which the strongly pointed toe of the lifted and extended leg sharply lowers to hit the floor then immediately rebounds upward. Pique
Meaning "half". Applied to plié and pointe and other movements or positions to indicate a smaller or lesser version. Demi
literally "chased". A slide forwards, backwards, or sideways with both legs bent, then springing into the air with legs meeting and straightened. Chasse
long horizontal jump, starting from one leg and landing on the other. Known as a split in the air… very big. Grandjete
Literally "rise"A relevé without the plié, so that the dancer simply rises directly to demi or pointe from flat feet and straight legs all the way to the balls of the feet. Eleve
a jump from one foot to the other similar to a leap, in which one leg appears to be "thrown" in the direction of the movement, small split in the air. Jete
A turn on one leg, often starting with one or both legs in plié and rising onto Relevé Pirouette
When a foot is placed near, on, below, or above the other knee. Passe
At or to the back side. Derriere
Means "bend", from the verb plier, to bend. A smooth and continuous bending of the knees halfway. Demiplie
An exercise to force the insteps well outward. The working foot slides from the first or fifth position to the second or fourth position without lifting the toe from the ground. Both knees must be kept straight. When the foot reaches the position, it then returns to the first or fifth position. Tendu
a position on one leg with the other lifted in back, the knee bent at an angle of 90 degrees and well turned out so that the knee is higher than the foot. Attitude
of the head is used to stabilize the torso in this and all turning exercises in ballet Spotting
One of the basic poses in ballet, a position of the body, in profile, supported on one leg, which can be straight or demi-plié, with the other leg extended behind and at right angles to it. Arabesque
Carriage of the arms Portdebras
It consists of three quick steps. A demi plié with extension of the first leg, closing the first leg to the second as the second rises to demi pointe or pointe, extending the second leg to an open position while both legs remain on demi or full pointe, and closing the first leg to the second in a demi plié. Pasdebourree
Outward... En___ Dehor
Inward... En ___ Dedan
A series of quick 360 degree complete rotation turns on alternating feet with progression along a straight line or circle Chaines
A circular movement of the leg Ronddejambe
The working foot rises about four inches from the floor with a well-pointed toe, then slides back into the first or fifth position very quickly. Degage
A full bending of the knees. The back should be straight and aligned with the heels, and the legs are turned out with knees over the feet. Grandplie

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Spring Crossword

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America's favorite past time baseball
little yellow furry animals chicks
marshmallow treats at easter peeps
the opposite of fall spring
round ______ or pretty bird robin
_________ maker or weather that you need an umbrella rain
dutch bulbs tulips
easter _____ choclate ____ bunny
you plant them in the garden seeds
kermit the ______ frog
Spring Holiday Easter
color them at easter eggs
cherry tree _______ blossoms
warms our day sun
First spring flower crocus

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spelling list 13 Word Search

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didnt
dont
does
do
meet
feet
tool
shook
farmer
June
stone
like
shave
came
wish
quilt
fact
bill
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