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This eight page, black and white fire prevention activity and game book is for children 7 through 12 years of age. Perfect for classrooms and community youth groups. Book includes fire hazards exercise, forest crossword, add-a-line activity, forest word finds, picture this activity, Smokey rebus and Smokey’s five rules of fire prevention.
This eight page, black and white coloring book for young children is perfect for distribution in classrooms and to community youth groups. Easy-to-color, entertaining images highlight Smokey Bear’s five rules of fire prevention. Great for children in first through third grades.
Size - 8 1/2" x 11" .
Each set includes 15 different posters. Reserve a special place on the wall for these colorful posters that educate children and adults about the great variety of life found in our national forests. These posters are available in two sizes, and serve as a bright reminder of Smokey’s friends and partners in fire prevention.
Each set includes the following: Trees, birds, mammals, invertebrates, nests, tracks, butterflies, wildflowers, insects, fish, snakes, mushrooms, herbs, leaf types, and a special “Don’t Light Up the Night” poster featuring nocturnal species.
“Get your Smokey on” with these stylish carabiners. They are made from recycled aluminum, laser engraved, and have a gate-style latch for attaching to belt loops, gym bags, backpacks, or whatever else is chosen. Not suitable for climbing.