Type
Crossword
Description

BOB means best of ___. Breed
A boy rabbit is called a ___. buck
A group of rabbits that fall into the same gender, patterns, and age group. class
A meat rabbit. commercial
How healthy the rabbit is. condition
A girl rabbit is called a ___. doe
A show rabbit that is not for meat. fancy
There are __ toes on the front foot. five
The largest rabbit breed. flemishgiant
When you pet the rabbit's fur backwards and it rolls back quickly. flyback
There are __ rabbit breeds. fortynine
There are ___ toes on the back foot. four
A young meat rabbit. fryer
The time a rabbit is pregnant. gestation
A. B. ___ started 4-H. Graham
I pledge my ___ to clearer thinking. head
Fair is in ___. july
A rabbit who is 6 months or younger junior
A baby rabbit. kit
The tattoo goes in the ___ ear. left
When a rabbit's teeth butt up together malocclusion
When a rabbit sheds or changes its fur. molting
The smallest rabbit breed. netherlanddwarf
When you pet the rabbit's fur backwards and it rolls back slowly. rollback
A rabbit who is 6 months or older senior
The minimum number of meetings you need. six
One buck and two does. trio
The color of a rabbit is called __. variety
The most important nutrient is ___. water

rabbit crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

how long to rabbits live? 10-15 years
what is the biggest breed? Flemish Giant
why do they have 3 eyelids? to look for predators when sleeping
why are lop bunnies called lop? because their ears go down
what is a male rabbit called? a buck
do cats or dogs get along with bunnies? cats
what is the smallest breed? Netherland dwarf
how many breeds are there? 60
what is the most popular breed? holland lop
can rabbits have dairy? no

Rabbit Breeds Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Velveteen
Creme D'Argent
Belgian
American
Mini Rex
Silver Martin
Satin
Rhinelander
Rex
Polish
Palomino
New Zealand
Lilac
Jersey Wooly
Hotot
Himalayan
Havana
Harlequin
Florida
English Spot
Cinnamon
Checkered Giant
Chinchilla
Californian
Beveren
Angora
Holland Lop
Dutch
Lionhead
Mini Lop
Netherland Dwarf
Flemish Giant

Rabbit Breeds Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

143 californian
144 dutch
145 english angora
146 flemish giant
147 himalayan netherland dwarf
148 jersey wooly
149 mini lop
150 mini rex
151 netherland dwarf
152 polish
153 satin
154 new zealand
155 tan

Rabbit Breed Slogans continued Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Majestic Beauty of the Ages Himalayan
East to West, This Breed is the Best California
The Spice of Rabbits Cinnamon
America's Finest Rabbit Dutch
The Hallmark Breed Holland Lop
The Calico of the Fancy Rhinelander
The Rabbit Beautiful Checkered Giant
The Million Dollar Rabbit Giant Chinchilla
The Rare Breed Lilac
The Universal Breed Flemish Giant
A Place in the Stars New Zealand
Teddy Bear of Commercial Type Silver Fox
The Gem of the Fancy Netherland Dwarf
Rabbits of Beauty and Distinction Satin
The Aristocrat of the Fancy Tan
Five Distinct Colors in Every Strand American Chinchilla

Ballet Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

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

Dogs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An animals foot having claws and pads Paws
You should never make ___________ contact with a new dog Eye
A fun game that dogs like to play Fetch
A yummy ____________ you can give your dog but be careful, not too many! Treats
Another name for domsticated pets Companion
Coyottes, wolves and dogs are members of the __________ species? Canine
This can be used to play fetch Ball
A retriever of a breed that predominantly has black or yellow coat, commonly seen as guide dogs Labrador
A breed of dog that is commonly used for sled dogs Husky
At the BCSPCA we spay and ____________ all dogs, cats and bunnies Neuter
What do you call a newborn dog? Puppy
What do you use to walk your dog? Leash
Dogs need plenty of _________ to stay healthy and fit? Exercise
Dogs need ____________ to play with to keep them occupied and happy Toys
A small shelter for a dog Kennel
A muscular breed of dog? Pitbull
A noise that a dog makes when they are trying to communicate Bark
A small breed of dog that is usually active, has wirey fur and love digging Terrier
To ensure your dog stays healthy take them for daily ____________ Walks
The best place to pet a new dog? Chin

The Call of the Wild Chapter 1-4 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

half Saint Bernard and half Scotch shepherd Buck
a gardner's helper Manuel
a black-faced French Canadian Giant Francois
solitary, one-eyed hard worker, name means Angry One sol-leks
malingerer who does as little work as possible Pike
good natured, friendly Newfoundland, killed the first day in the Northland Curly
laughing, treacherous white dog, Buck's mortal enemy Spitz
gloomy, morose fellow Dave
went mad and Francois killed her with an ax Dolly
the judge who was Buck's original master Miller
sour, snarling fellow Joe
Saint Bernard who was Buck's father Elmo
Buck's mother Shep
good natured husky, killed by Hal when he couldn't pull the sled anymore Billee
little weazened man who bought Buck from the man in the red sweater Perrault
Buck gets off the ship that takes him to the Northland at _____ beach Dyea
Buck and Spitz fight to the death after chasing a rabbit
the dogs are fed dried ________ on the trail Fish
Buck's home in the southland is in the Santa _________ valley clara
"Dat Buck two _________," Francois replied devils
It was a hard day's run, up the canon, across the glaciers and snowdrifts, and over the great _______ divide Chilkoot
It was the ________manner of fighting, to strike and leap away wolf
The _________ strike dragged men from all the world into the frozen north gold
the sled dogs' harnesses are called runners
Buck learns to sleep at night in a nest of __________ snow
One night, Francois, Perrault and their team are attacked by _________ wolves

Gymnastics Floor Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aerial Cartwheel
Back Extension Roll
Back Handspring
Back Layout
Back Layout 1/1
Back Layout 1/2
Back Pike
Back Tuck
Back Walkover
Backward Roll
Cartwheel
Double turn
Forward Roll
Front Handspring
Front Layout
Front Pike
Front Tuck
Front Walkover
Full turn illusion turn
Full turn on one foot
Half turn on one foot
Handstand
Handstand Forward Roll
Kip
Round-Off
Split Jump
Straddle Jump
Straight Jump
Straight Jump 1/1 turn
Switch Leg Leap
Tour jeté
Tuck Jump
Whip Back
Wolf Jump
Wolf Jump 1/2 turn

rabbit terms word search

Type
Word Search
Description

sore hocks
roll back fur
oocyts
malocclusion
kindling
fly back fur
enteritis
dewlap
dew drop valve
coprophagy
Conjunctiva

Animal Science I Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Uncastrated male goat Buck
The length and size of the animal Framesize
Arrangement of bone and body tissue. Conformation
Amount of fat cover on an animal. Finish
90% of dairy cattle in US Holstein
Immature Female cattle Heifer
Immature castrated male swine. Barrow
Mature female poultry. Sow
Newborn turkey. Poult
Uncastrated dog. Stud
Mature female cat. Queen
The purpose of a breed Type
Group of related animals that breed true for a specific trait is a _____. Breed
Chickens used for meat production. Broilers
Weight gain divided by the number of days on feed AverageDailyGain
Generic value of an animal as a parent. ExpectedProgencyDifferences
Amount of meat a bird carries. BreastMeatQuantity
Arrangement of bone and muscle tissue. StructuralSoundness
Depth of the rib the animal displays. BodyCapacity
Where the breed of an animal originated Class