Type
Crossword
Description

Have another go Redo
Cutlery with a blade Knife
Not from this country Foreign
Send a parcel back Return
It haunts you Ghost
A place surrounded by water Island
Not the same Different
What happens after a question Answer
Baby sheep Lamb
Right now! Immediately
Strong men have lots Muscle
Not easy Difficult

Knife Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

• Never pass a knife to someone when the _____ is exposed. Close or sheath the knife beforehand. blade
• Always pass the knife ______ first. handle
• Cut ____ from yourself. If the blade slips, it will not cut you. away
• Never leave your knife on the ______. ground
• Always store your knife sheathed and in a safe place, away from the reach of ________. children
Never walk with your _____ in hand knife
Be aware of your ____________ when you are working with a knife. surroundings
A _____ knife is safer than a dull one. sharp
____ blades cause more accidents because they are harder to work with and require more pressure. dull
Keep knives away from the edge of the _______ to lessen the chance of being knocked off. counter
Keep the sharp edge of the knife _______ away from you when washing. pointed
Keep your knife _____, dry, sharp, and free from rust. clean
Apply a few drops of light _______ ___ to the knife joints and blade. machineoil
• Never try to cut materials such as metal, brick, and similar ____ surfaces. These materials will ruin your blade. hard
Make sure ____ is free from nails before you start cutting or carving it. wood
Do not put pressure on the broad side of the blade or use the blade to pry something open because the blade may _____. break
• Keep your knife away from ____. Heat will temper the steel, making the knife soft and difficult to sharpen. fire
Never play with ______. knives
Never try to _____ a falling knife or blade. catch

Kitchen Safety Crossword Game

Type
Crossword
Description

Pay attention to your _____. Tasks
Use the right ____ for each job. Tool
Do not hold ____ in your hand to cut. Food
Do not try to _____ a falling knife. Catch
Use knives only to cut ____. Food
Do not _____ your arms when walking with a knife. Swing
Wash knifes __________ from other dishes. Separately
Use a can opener that makes a ______ edge. Smooth
Never pick up broken glass with ____ fingers. Bare
Clean up spills ___________. Immediately
Never walk on a ___ floor. Wet
Clear away floor _______. Clutter
Choose kitchen rugs with a _______ backing. Nonskid
Store _____ items within easy reach. Heavy
Keep electrical appliances and cords away from _____. Water
Do not run electrical cords under a ___. Rug
Do not plug too many appliances into one ______. Outlet
Keep _________ clean. Equipment
Keep household chemicals in their ________ containers. Original
Have an action plan incase of a ____. Fire

Horror Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hallway
night
stormy
creepy
blood
knife
haunted
clowns
werewolf
vampire
ghost
chucky
death
horror
dark
cold
thriller
annabelle
dolls
scream
scary

Livestock Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

an adult female swine sows
a young pig. piglet
an uncastrated domestic male pig boar
A young female swine, generally under 12 months of age, who has not yet farrowed. gilt
a litter of pigs. farrow
a penning system which has an area for the sow and areas for the pigs farrowing crates
the intentional removal of part of an animal's tail or, sometimes, ears. dock
done on new born baby pigs for the purpose of identification. ear notching
a mmethod of supplementing the diet of young livestock, primarily in beef calves creep feed
a person who tends and rears sheep. shepherd
the fine soft curly or wavy hair forming the coat of a sheep wool
a young sheep. lamb
the flesh of sheep, especially mature sheep, used as food. mutton
a female sheep. ewe
an uncastrated male sheep. ram
the birth of lambs on a farm. lambing
cut the wool off (a sheep or other animal). shearing
the long, silky hair of the angora goat. mohair
the flesh of goats as food; goat meat. chevon
Lactation describes the secretion of milk from the mammary glands and the period of time that a mother lactates to feed her young lactation period
young goats kids

ACT Prep - Strategies Review Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Slow down, score more pacing
Knowing how many questions you should attempt on each test on the ACT is only half the battle; you also need to know which ones to attempt. POOD
Always get rid of wrong answers first; compare what's different in the remaining answers. POE
Don’t forget that there is no penalty for a wrong answer on the ACT; you should never leave any blanks on the scantron. Guessing
The type of punctuation that can link complete ideas. STOP
The line test used to test for STOP punctuation. Vertical
The type of punctuation used to link an incomplete idea with a complete idea. Go
A comma in conjunction with this type of punctuation can link complete ideas. fanboy
Use this when you need a subject in the incomplete idea - when you would say "him". Who
Use this when you don't need a subject in the incomplete idea - when you would say "him". Whom
The number of minutes allotted to complete the ACT math test. sixty
ACT loosely arranges the math test questions in this order. difficulty
Personal Order of Difficulty is represented by this acronym. POOD
What is the acronym for the strategy that suggests that you choose one letter to use every time you guess. LOTD
The ACT math strategy which suggests that you eliminate answer choices based on the size of the given shapes. Ballparking
This math strategy suggests that you plug in a value for the variable and get a "target" number. Plugging in
This strategy requires that one use the answer choices to solve ACT math problems. Pita
The number of passages on the ACT Reading test. four
The ACT Reading basic approach that suggest that one check the blurb and map the questions. Preview
The two types of questions on the ACT Reading test are reasoning and this. Fetch
The number of items on the ACT Science test. forty
The number of "Charts and Graphs" passages on the ACT Science test. Three
On the ACT Science test there are 3 "Experiments" passages each having this number of questions. Five
For the ACT Science test - always look for these within or between figures or viewpoints. Trends
This type of ACT Science passage USUALLY comes with figures. Experiments
What type of ACT Science passages are easy to spot, have consistent relationships, have short answers, and lots of numbers - not words. Now
How many dual passages on included on the ACT Science test? One
Bank as many of these as you can on the easy to medium items before spending time on the more difficult questions. Points

Livestock Terminology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Another term for cattle Bovine
mature female bovine Cow
Mature male cattle bull
baby bovine calf
female bovine that has not had offspring heifer
castrated male cattle steer
meat from baby bovine veal
another term for goats caprine
mature female goat doe
mature male goat buck
Offspring of a goat kid
castrated male goat/sheep wether
another term for horses equine
mature female horse mare
male horse still intact stallion
baby horse (can be male or female) foal
baby female horse filly
baby male horse colt
castrated male horse gelding
mature female pig sow
mature male swine boar
baby swine piglet
female pig that has not had offspring gilt
castrated male pig barrow
meat from pigs is called pork
Another term for sheep Ovine
mature female ovine ewe
mature male ovine ram
baby sheep lamb
meat from mature sheep mutton
meat from cattle beef

AG Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the act of giving birth parturition
scientific name for swine porcine
a young horse of either sex, up to 1yr of age foal
a baby female ovine ewe lamb
a male bovine, of any age, that has not been castrated bull
scientific name for sheep ovine
scientific name for goat caprine
pregnancy in porcine "giving birth" farrowing
meat from swine pork
a male sheep, or lamb, that has not been castrated ram
a young female swine that has not farrowed, and is not showing any signs of pregnancy gilt
scientific name for cattle bovine
meat from cattle beef
a young sheep lamb

Baking tools Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

used to shred ingredient into small uniform pieces to that they will blend or melt easily when cooked grater
used to apply coating onto bake ware or to glaze foods before or after cooking pastry brush
help flatten or spread dough to a uniform thickness before cutting and baking rollingpin
a short knife used for detailed work or cutting paring knife
a knife with long serrated blade that cut easily through bread crust or pastry item bread knife
consists of one or more blades mounted in a handle cutter
necessary to determine the weight of an ingredients. Scales
designed to measure a liquid ingredient Measuring Glass
used to measure all dry ingredients Measuring cup
used to measure small amount of ingredient measuring spoon
shallow rectangular trays witn 1inch lip on all four sides Sheet pan
similar to sheet pan made wthout lip cookie sheet
Designed for cakes with different shape and size cake pans
help dispense filling frosting and batter into uniform and decorated pattern pastry bag
an enclosed spaces where food cooked by being surrounded by hot air oven
is a wooden or metal shovel used to slide breads and pizza onto oven bakers peel

Sheep/Goat Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Male Goat Billy
vegetation, such as twigs Browse
Another name of male goat Buck
a soft pliant leather prepared from the skin of the chamois or from sheepskin Chammy
When the animal is kept alone Confinement methond
Removal of the tail Docking
forcibly administer a drug in liquid form orally Drenching
Female sheep Ewe
When the animal is free to roam Farm flock mehod
a young kid kid
goats giving birth kidding
a young sheep lamb
nutrients for sheep lamb feeding
Sheep giving birth lambing
Meat from sheep over 1 year of age Mutton
A female goat nanny
a lamb who loses it mother orphaned lamb
when a group animals of the same species are kept together purebreed flock
an uncastrated male sheep ram
sheep production when they are young range band method
a castrated ram wether
fabric from sheep wool

Fall/Halloween Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cooks in a Couldron Witch
The Official Squash of Halloween Pumpkin
To Be Occupied by Ghosts or Spirits Haunted
A Vehicular Fall Attraction Hayride
A Trick-Or-Treater's Loot Candy
Don't Let this Bad Omen Cross Your Path Black Cat
A Seasonal Disguise Costume
A Spooky Apparition Ghost
A Creature Spurred by the Full Moon Werewolf
Another Word for Fall Autumn
Sleeps in a Coffin, Turns into a Bat Vampire
Their Names May Sound Alike, but this Egyptian is Not Your Mother Mummy
A Final Resting Place Cemetary
A Warm Apple Beverage Cider
A Feeling of Unease Eerie
A Warm Chocolately Beverage Hot Cocoa
A Creepy, Crawly, Eight-Legged Creature Spider
You Might Find a Needle inside this Object, but it Won't be Easy Haystack