Type
Word Search
Description

Air
Allergies
Chemicals
Clothes
Food
Hot Water
Soaps
Stress
Sun
Sweat

"Grooming and Hygiene" Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

water
towel
toothpaste
toothbrush
sweat
stress
puberty
shampoo
soap
showering
shaving
self Esteem
self-care
nail care
lotion
healthy eating
hand sanitizer
hair care
germs
deodorant
conditioner
cleanliness
clean clothes
body spray
body odor
Body Image
Bathing

End of the year word search

Type
Word Search
Description

snow cones
water guns
trip
beach ball
fireworks
waterpark
camping
sunscreen
sunburn
air conditioner
party
hot
clear sky
swimsuit
sand
water
watermelon
fun
sandals
beach
sun
napping
no school
relax
movies
outdoors
hot dogs
swimming pool
vacations
summer

Food allergies and intolerances Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A response to the immune system Allergy
Name of substance causing an immune response Allergen
Ingredient in food which the body mistakes as harmful protein
Disease-fighting antibodies created by immune system Immunoglobulin
Food type that triggers allergic reactions shellfish
Condition that occurs when the body lacks a particular enzyme that is needed for digestion Intolerance
Example of food where lactose causes an intolerance cowsmilk
Shortage of the enzyme ... responsible for lactose digestion Lactase
Skin reaction to milk allergy Eczema
Stomach reaction to milk allergy bloating
Nose reaction to milk allergy Sneezing
Milk sugar Lactose
Symptom of lactose intolerance Flatulence
A milk alternative Coconutmilk
Protein in wheat responsible for allergies Gluten
Respiratory tract reaction to wheat allergy Asthma
Disease caused by an allergy to wheat celiacdisease
Skin reaction to wheat allergy Hives
Wheat alternative Rice

Photosynthesis Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

use sunlight to create food and chemical energy Photosynthesis
green pigment in plants used to absorb sunlight Chlorophyll
a microscopic opening in the epidermis of a plant Stomata
plants absorb water through roots, then give off water vaper through leaf pores Transpiration
a plastid in green plant cells that contains chlorophyll Chloroplast
an important sugar and energy source in living organisms; component of many carbohydrates Glucose
colorless, odorless gas absorbed by plants in photosynthesis Carbon dioxide
energy coming from the sun, light Radiant energy
energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds Chemical enrgy
colorless, odorless reactive gas; life-supporting component of air Oxygen

"HEAT STRESS" Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Eliminate or reduce strenuous ____________ activities. outside
Never leave children or pets unattended in vehicles, even with a _________cracked. window
Wear _____________ with a SPF of at least 15 to prevent sunburn and loss of body fluid. sunscreen
Heat rash is a ________ irration caused by excessive sweating. skin
Prevent heat emergencies by resting often in shady or cool areas and drinking plenty of __________. water
Check on family, friends and neighbors at risk during _____________. heat wave
Heat stress can result in a series of disorders ranging from sunburn to ___________________. heat stroke
Drink both water and sports drinks to replenish _______and liquids lost due to sweating. salt
Do not drink beverages containing _________and _________that may contribute to dehydration. alcohol caffeine
Hot enviroment with high _________may overload your body with heat. humidity
When working inside heat stress can include ____________. headaches
When working outside wear appropriate clothing, _____________, light-colored fabrics that help to maintain a normal body temperature. lightweight

Health and Safety in a Salon Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cleaning for the sake of cleanliness. Sanitation
Lowest level of decontamination that kills most germs. Disinfection
Highest level of decontamination, only method that kills ALL microorganisms. Sterilization
Procedures put in place to prevent infections from spreading Infection control
Canada's information system for identifying hazards through labels, WHMIS
Must reveal ingredients in a cosmetics product to Health Canada. Food and drug act
Give workers three rights 1.The right to refuse unsafe work 2.The right to participate 3.The right to know OHSA
Process in which makes tools safe to use after washed with soap and water Disinfecting tools
Do this at the sink before you start with a client Hand washing
sponge applicators, items made of paper or cardboard must be Disposed of
Inspect clients skin, nails ect. for Infections
Allows room full of chemicals to be aired out Ventalation
Doesnt allow chemicals to enter workers mouth Mask
cords, water, boxes on the floor slips and trips
hot tools, hot water, hair dryer burns

Chapter 1 Food Safety Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Food safety involves activities, standards and procedures necessary to keep foods from becoming__________ Pg 3 contaminated
_________foods are foods that a won't make you sick or hurt when you eat them. Pg 4 Safe
Food contamination may be either biological or ________________Pg 4 environmental
Living organisms found in or on foods that can make us sick are called ________hazards. pg 4 biological
There are four basic types of biological hazards: Bacteria, Viruses, _______and Fungi. Pg 5 parasites
______are single-called organisms that can live in food or water and also on our skin and clothing. Pg 5 bacteria
A ______is an example of a fungus. Pg 6 mold
The living cell that a virus invades is called the ____. Pg 6 host
______are a type of parasite often found in pork and wild game meats. Pg 6 roundworms
Hair, food packaging, or a bandage are examples of _____hazards you can find in food. Pg. 6 physical
Bug sprays, cleaning compounds and fertilizers are examples of _____hazards found in food. Pg. 6 chemical
A course in food safety that teaches food handlers safe practices is called a ______certification. Pg 7 servsafe
Botulism is a bacteria found in ______foods. Pg 8 botulism
E. Coli is a bacteria most often found in raw and uncooked ground ______. Pg 8 beef
______is a bacteria found in eggs, poultry and shellfish. Pg 8 salmonella
A virus found in shellfish from polluted water is called _________A. Pg 8 hepatitis
The "T" in FAT TOM stands for time and _______ Pg 10 temperature
Temperatures from 41 to 135 degrees are in the range called the ______zone. Pg 11 danger
Aw is the abbreviation for _____activity and is the amount of moisture available in a food. Pg 11 water
______contamination means that a disease-causing substances is introduced directly to a food. Pg 11 direct
Cross-contamination occurs when a food that is safe, comes in contact with biological, ________, or chemical contmainants. Pg 21 physical
To avoid cross-contamination, raw meat and raw _____should not be on the same work surface. Pg 22 vegetables
Keeping yourself clean, well groomed and healthy is called personal _______. Pgs 13 & 15 hygiene
One of the most important elements in keeping food safe is proper _____washing. Pg 13 hand
Disposable _____prevent your bare hands from coming into contract with ready -to-serve food. Pg 14 gloves
A chemical hazard found in fish that is released in the air through industrial pollution is called _____Pg 16 mercury
Sanitizing means that you have used either _____or chemical to reduce pathogens to a safe level. Pg 16 heat
Cleaning is a three-step process. You wash, _____and sanitize. Pg 16 rinse
Mice, flies, cockroaches and mosquitos are examples of ______Pg 14 pests
The ___of food is the route food takes from the kitchen to the customer. Pg 21 flow
Two types of perishable foods are those store in the refrigerator and those stored in the _____Pg 22 freezer
Flour, tea, sugar, rice and pasta are known as _____goods. Pg 22 dry
FIFO stand for _____in, First out. Pg 22 first
32 _ 36 degrees Fahrenheit is the ideal storage temperature for meat and _____Pg 23 poultry
________should be kept between 36-40 degrees fahrenheit. Pg 22 refrigerators
There are three ways to thaw food: Refrigerator, under running water and the _______Pg 26 microwave
Keeping hot food in steam tables and cold foods in refrigerators until ready to serve is called _____food. Pg 27 holding
The "A" in HACCP stand for ______Pg 31 analysis
Another name for a health inspection is called a food-safety _____Pg 30 audit

GRADE 7 SCIENCE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Cubes of water that has frozen Ice
Series of chemical reactions used to release energy stored in food molecules Respiration
Systematic approach to problem solving Scientific Method
When a food product goes bad Spoiled
Machine that keeps food frozen Freezer
Yummy treat on a hot summers day Ice Cream
Factor tested in an experiment Variable
The standard used to compare with the outcome of a test Control
What happened to Ice Cream when left at room temperature Melts
Smallest units of matter Atom
An explanation of things based on many observations Theory
Characteristics; notable properties or features Attributes

Kitchen Safety-Crossword: Water you doing? Start.

Type
Crossword
Description

Never put knives in a sink ________ with dishwater. filled
Clean up ________ immediately. spills
________ knifes are more likely to slip and cause cuts. dull
_______ is not allowed during a food lab. jewelry
________ must be tied back. long hair
it is important to be aware of various types of kitchen ________. hazard
Loose Fitting ________ is not be worn. clothing
Wear an ________ to prevent your clothes from getting dirty. apron
Water and ________ usually don't mix. electricity
A fire requires this to burn. oxygen
Ovenmitts and potholders must be ________. flame proof
High temperatures of fat can cause a _________. grease fire
The hazardous symbol with a skull means it's ________. toxic
The hazardous symbol of a flame means it's ________. flammable
________ of containers according to instructions. dispose
Always read and follow ________. instructions
The worst way to put out a grease fire is by using ________. H20
The best way to put out a grease fire is by using _________. baking soda
When you've got a burn, _________ run the burn under cold running water. immediately
Heat protection oven mitts
Use _________ to prevent burns. potholders
Always clean up spills to avoid ________. focus
You can get burned from ________ hot oil. splattered
Use a ________ to extinguish an electrical fire. fire extinguisher
During an oven fire, _______ the oven door. close
Use water or a _______ to put out a fire on fabric. fire blanket
_______ can also help get rid of a fire on fabric. water
________ an outlet can cause a fire. overloading
________ can be a hazardous chemical. bleach
Used to clean an oven. oven cleaner
Another hazardous chemical. disinfectant
Help cleans the drain. drain cleaner
________ should not be left in the kitchen unattended. children
Keep hazardous chemicals out of reach of children and _______. pets
Cover the bleeding wound with a ________ cloth. sterile
Turn off _______ when not using it. stove
Frayed or broken cords can cause a ________ , a shot, or a fire. shock
________ knifes are most likely to slip. dull
Never ________ in the kitchen. run
Keep cupboard doors and kitchen drawers ______ closed

heat stress Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

heat kills
red,hot,dry skin
rest
shade
water
seizures disoriented
confusion
rapid, strong pulse
throbbing headache
muscle cramps
rapid, weak pulse
vomiting
nausea
pale
cool
excessive sweating
dizzy
Fainting