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Provided for Fire Prevention Education by:

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ANSWERS TO PUZZLES:

FIND THE FIRE HAZARDS

I. Child playing with matches 2. Unattended fire

3 Dead tree

4. Unraked leaves

5. Overgrown, unpruned shrubbery

6. Firewood stored too close [0 house

7. Dead branches overhanging roof

8. Debris an roof

9. No chimney screen

10. Trees overhanging roof

ADD-A-LiNE WOOD

ANIMALS

HOUSE

TREE

BUSHES

ROATS

PEOPLE

LEAVES

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SCHOOLS NEIGHBORHOOD STORES

WATER eXTINGUISHER HOSE

SHOVEL

RAKE FIREFIGHTER SMOKE ALARM RANGERS SMOKEY

FI RE ENGIN ES SPAR K ARRESTERS

SMOKEY REBUS

A. ALWAYS BREAK MATCHES IN TWO

B. BE SURE FIRE.S ARE OUT'

C. CRUSH ALL SMOKES OUT'

'The U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the oasis 01 race. colo, national origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political ballets, sexual onentancn. or rnantat or ramity status. (not all prOhibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabililies who require attamatlve means lor cornmunicaficn 01 program intormation (Braille, large print. audiotape. etc.) should contact USDA's YAAGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TOO).

To me a complaint of discrimination, write Director, Office 01 Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building. 14th and independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice arid TOD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and ernp.oyer."

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Use the clues to fill in the blanks ~f the crossword puzzle!

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2, Stone flame cncircler

4. One cclru of fire

Weed & II"~J remover 10 used around vour h(HlM:

I I Shade-giver vulnerable to fire -

12. Better than a "bucker bricade"

13. Often coiled in rest: s~ou-ld stretch to all parts. of your hom-e 16. F:lmOU5 fire prevention symbol

19. "Arrester" which pr['\'[';tl:~ fir~". net crimes

21. "Hoed" one can ii\"!C iTl by nor wear; can be made Iiresafe 25. Fire-lighting, rool whose name describes what i! does

27. Campers IIlU<;! nm allow theirs to go out on its Own

2fl Firefighter's forest "clean-up"

29. Dangerous objects. 10 he handled ON"'lY by adults JO Falling ka.f season

~2 Fireplace fuel: store u away fmm ),our h~II_L'>t~

.13. Whe!e dead brancbe .... houlull'c be: in relation 'to your roof (AnL. of below; 36. Dangerous ~IS TTEI!che~. with an explosive personality

37 "Only __ can prevent forest fires"

38. Troughs 10 collect ..... ater, nil. k;we~

39. "Rdore>'!+ .st= answer to No. 36 downJ 40 Opposite of "ceuse'

42 Fire radiates this

43. SumJ1.ln;ding~. climate .. atmosphere, etc. (ecosystem, earth)

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I. :\n alarm co prutecr ),"1II1 from fire :2 Firefighter and engine i'lb<x:!e

.l Smokey co-worker in f;)r(",~t protection

5. Once IU,;I hy a tree, shouldn't be left laying around

I) Describes beth forest ammais. and the fire they Ilcc from S. LI"e us. fife needs Ihis Co su .... i v e

'I. Kind uf numbers mar should be kept near the telephone 10 N~~mbt~r {.f exits every horne needs. m 1:<LSe of fire

14. Flammable house frame material

15-. Fire's Iuvonte ~eaS~~I! (SYfI, uf "parched"} 17 Baby Smokey

IS. Wl·thOUI concern (Describes ioo.ny (ire starters) 1<), Smokcv cArries one

20. Synonym of "creansre' k:;.n·[ start fires. Ol_lt C<'IJ); be <I victim of them) 22, WJ lotues C,,1n ,lrik_1; line

23 Pr{lp;;r kind of ccnumer for barbeque coals 2.:1. Conflagrauon combatant

26 Tlursr and fire qucneher

27 "Arms" of a nrc

31 Should be firesafe before used 34 I~ burns eVC~)'O!ti;

35 Kind of person LO LeU ~f YOu find an cut-of-control fire 36 Flamm a ble tree gathering

41. 'Time )'11U can begin helping Smokey

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Search for the words below in this puzzle and circle them. They may be spelled forwards or backwards, and placed vertically, horizontally or diagonally.

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Leaves Firefighter Home Water
Extinguisher Flames Matches Prevention
Fire Ring Gutters Spark Hose
N eighborhood Burning Smokey Forest
Wood Shovel Arson Ranger
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