Volume 5 Issue 11
June 1999

PRE-OPENING ACTIVITY

Learning the Meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance
Trapper Trails Council

Circle the word which means the same as the word on the left.

PLEDGE

Polish

Family

Promise

ALLEGIANCE

Puppy

Loyalty

Garden

NATION

Country

Cereal

Building

INDIVISIBLE

Unity

Paint

can't be see

LIBERTY

market

Lesson

Freedom

JUSTICE

Promise

Simple

Fair

SYMBOL

Partner

Flag

Bird

CITIZEN

Suit

State

Person

LAWS

Story

Rules

People

 

Hidden Geography Puzzle
Trapper Trails Council

Hidden Geography Puzzle: U.S. cities and states are hidden in each sentence below:
Find and underline them as shown:
Example: I asked you not to bang or yell.

1. I met my sister, Carol in Africa
2. To connect, I cut wire with pliers.
3. Please, miss, our Iris is only 2.
4. This town is hidden very well.
5. I sing, "Do, Re, Mi." Am I right?
6. Who won, Bob, Al, Tim. Or Ernest?
7. I am your friend forever, Montague.
8. Paris is in France; Telima in Ecuador.

1. Carolina
2. Connecticut
3. Missouri
4. Denver
5. Miami
6. Baltimore
7. Vermont
8. Maine

American Cities
Trapper Trails Council

American Cities: Each of sentences below describes an American city. Can you identify them?

1. Head of a business plus 2,000 pounds.
2. A span over water plus a harbor.
3. Tan color plus A plus far down.
4. O plus mother plus a laugh.
5. Small plus stone.
6. A color plus a body of water.
7. Man's name plus A plus "Farmer in the " plus charge for services plus A.
8. Name of snake plus enclosure for animals.

1. Boston
2. Bridgeport
3. Buffalo
4. Omaha
5. Little Rock
6. Red River
7. Philadelphia
8. Aspen

Name That State
York-Adams Council

Here's a multiple-choice test of how well you know
where some of the National Parks are in the United
States.

Our country is blessed with some of the most wonderful places on earth. Many of them have

been saved by becoming National Parks. You have probably heard of these places before, but

do you know the state in which each is found? Try your luck

1) BADLANDS
a) Montana
b) Wyoming
c) South Dakota

2) MOUNT RUSHMORE
a) Colorado
b) South Dakota
c) Wyoming

3) MAMMOTH CAVE
a) Virginia
b) Kentucky
c) Tennessee

4) BRYCE CANYON
a) Idaho
b) Utah
c) Arizona

5) GLACIER PARK
a) Colorado
b) Nevada
c) Montana

6) ZION
a) Nebraska
b) Utah
c) Arizona

7) CARLSBAD CAVERN
a) Oklahoma
b) New Mexico
c) Utah

8) GRAND CANYON
a) Idaho
b) Wyoming
c) Arizona

9) YOSEMITE
a) Utah
b) California
c) New Mexico

10) CRATERS OF THE MOON
a) Utah
b) Idaho
c) Minnesota

11) MOUNT RANIER
a) Idaho
b) Oregon
c) Washington

1. (C), 2. (B), 3. (B) 4. (B), 5. (C), 6. (B) 7. (B), 8. (C), 9. (B) 10. (B), 11. (C)

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