Things you spend money on
Money you get from a job, benefits, or somewhere else
Things you must have and can't do without, such as food
A special savings account to help you save for your child's future education.
A plan for how you will spend your money so that you can best meet your needs.
Another name for "spending plan".
What you think is important in life.
Things that would be nice to have, but that you can live without.
Number of days in a week.
Number of days in a month.
Number of weeks in a year.
The energy providing food constituents which consist of starch, sugars and fibres are called…
A healthy diet throughout life promotes healthy pregnancy outcomes, supports normal growth, development and ageing, helps to maintain a healthy body weight, and reduces the risk of chronic disease leading to overall health and well-being.
What do you call when you can’t eat meat?
a special course of food to which one restricts oneself, either to lose weight or for medical reasons.
When you reach for your toes
the branch of knowledge concerned with the diet and its effects on health, especially with the practical application of a scientific understanding of nutrition.
Jumping up and down while moving your arms up and down
The addition of nutrients to foods at such a level as to make a major contribution to the diet.
When you March and you reach for the opposite arm and leg
When you pretend to sit down in the air and have your arms either crossed or in front of you
What is the measurement of 6 laps? (In Mater Academy Bay)
the action or fact of maintaining or supporting oneself at a minimum level.
food or provisions
A liquid that hydrates
A mix of greens, protein, etc.
A shake that includes protein
A bar with granola
When you’re in a weight loss journey
A period where you exercise
When you run to lose weight
Opacity of the lens of the eye that causes clouded, blurred, or dim vision. Can be removed with surgery that replaces the lens with an artificial lens.
A complication of diabetes mellitus due to damaged blood vessels in the retina. If found early, treatments, such as laser treatment that can help shrink blood vessels, injections that can reduce swelling, or surgery, can prevent permanent vision loss. Fill in the blank. (Diabetic ___________).
Gradual loss of peripheral vision caused by elevated intraocular pressure that leads to progressive damage to the optic nerve.
Age-related hearing loss.
The impairment of near vision and accommodation as the lens of the eye gradually becomes thicker and loses flexibility as a person ages.
Any type of difficulty that an individual has with one of their five senses or sensory function. Fill in the blank. (Sensory _________)
A condition that occurs when an individual receives too many stimuli or cannot selectively filter meaningful stimuli. Fill in the blank. (Sensory ______________).
Sensory receptors that respond to specific stimuli such as pain, pressure, temperature, and vibration; includes vestibular sensation and proprioception.
Hearing ringing in the ears.
A sense of spatial orientation and balance. Fill in the blank. (__________ sensation).
The interpretation of sensation during the sensory process.
Loss of central vision with symptoms such as blurred central vision, distorted vision that causes difficulty driving and reading, and the requirement for brighter lights and magnification for close-up visual activities.
Sense of taste.
Sense of hearing.
Relating to the sense of smell.
Relating to seeing or sight.
Benign tumor near cranial nerve 8.
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a place where people work, live, or play together
a member of a community, state, and country
concern for others
taking care of important things
a group of people who work together to run a city, a state, or a country
things we are free to do
to make a choice about something
the right to choose what we do and say
a rule that everyone must follow
one part of our government
something that happens as a result of an action
something helpful that is done for you
money to the government to pay for services
leaders who write and vote on new laws
the highest court in our country
The action or state of keeping careful watch
A set of equipment used to carry messages or signals
The end of a hammer opposite of the face -- usually wedge-shaped
Full of light.; very bright
To determine, rectify, or mark the graduations (ex. temperature gauge)
A thing that provides resistance, delay, or obstruction
An irregular projecting tooth
To occur at the same rate or time
To run or jump playfully
A tool to fasten metal bolts A tool to fasten metal bolts (gun)
Something outstanding or unique to its kind
Something that prevents you from doing a task. It might also be a defect in speech
To leave one homeland to live elsewhere because of economic troubles and settle in another
a minority that speaks a different language or follows different customs than the majority of people in a country
A large open area beneath a ship's deck, often used to house traveling immigrants
A shop or factory where workers work long hours at low wages under unhealthy conditions
to absorb fully; to adopt as one's own; to absorb a group into the culture of a larger population
A building in which several families rent rooms or apartments, often with little sanitation or safety
poor, crowded, and run-down urban neighborhoods
residential areas that sprang up close to or surrounding cities as a result of improvements in transportation
the name associated with America in the late 1800s, referring to the extravagant wealth of a few and the terrible poverty that lay underneath
institutions located in a poor neighbor-hood that provided numerous community services such as medical care, child care, libraries, and classes in English
state educational institutions built with the benefit of federally donated lands
writing which exaggerates sensational, dramatic, and gruesome events to attract readers, named for stories that were popular during the late 1800s; a type of sensational, biased, and often false reporting
A 19th century artistic movement in which writers and painters sought to show life as it is rather than life as it should be
loyalty to a local area
a type of music with a strong rhythm and a lively melody with accented notes, which was popular in early 1900s
stage entertainment made up of various acts, such as dancing, singing, comedy, and magic shows