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Curriculum Scavenger Hunt : Find as many answers to the following prompt as you con. Be sure to include where you found it!. This is the 1 st Fast Fact youth learn when using this curriculum packet:

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Curriculum Scavenger Hunt:

  • Find as many answers to the following prompt as you con. Be sure to include where you found it!
  • This is the 1st Fast Fact youth learn when using this curriculum packet:
  • In completing the lessons on Radon, youth learn that the color and potential level of Radon for Zone 2 are:
  • COLOR: POTENTIAL LEVEL OF RADON: pCi/L
  • There are many ways to report the news. The 3rd Type of News Article youth learn about in Making a News Paper is:
  • The Background Basics for Lesson 4 are found in the Introduction on page:
  • What are the 5 Steps of the Experiential Learning Process:
  • When reading product labels for Hazardous Household Products, youth should be on the look out for these 6 Words:
  • Exposure to Lead can lead to a variety of health problems. What is the 7thHealth Issue mentioned in Quick Facts for the Lesson 3?
  • What 8 Sections of a Newspaper are described in Making a Newspaper?
  • Name 9 Famous Asthmatics listed in Lesson 6?
  • What state has 10 of the top 100 worst cities for air quality?

Household Scavenger Hunt

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Moldy Advice:

  • Scenarios
  • Choose one of the following scenarios to respond to in your Healthy Homes advice column.
  • My dog, Gator, made a mess all over my mom’s favorite white table cloth.
  • There are HUGE muddy paw prints on the front and the back. She wanted
  • to be able to use it for our Christmas party next week. I’ve been studying about
  • safe cleaning methods in school. Do you know of any way we can get the dirt out without using harsh chemicals like bleach?
  •  Sincerely,
  • Dirty-Dog Dan
  • Our family just got back from a two week trip. When we opened the door to the house, we noticed a funny smell. After looking around to try to find where the smell was coming from, we found that a pipe under our kitchen sink had a major leak. There was water everywhere. My dad said there might be mold growing on the stuff under the sink, but I don’t see anything. What’s the best way for us to clean up this mess?
  • Thanks for your help,
  • Soggy Sara
  • We just moved into a new house that has a funny smell. My brother said that old houses just smell funny, but my mom said that there might be mold in the home. What kinds of things should I be looking for in order to figure out if there is mold or not?
  • Can you help?
  • Curious Katie
  • My Advice Column
  • Now write your response:

Household Scavenger Hunt

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Curriculum Scavenger Hunt:

  • Answer Key
  • Find as many answers to the following prompt as you con. Be sure to include where you found it!
  • This is the 1st Fast Fact youth learn when using this curriculum packet:
    • Spring cleaning began during the days of coal fires. Once the winter season
    • had passed, everything had to be washed down in order to get rid of the grime left by the soot.
    • (Lesson 1, Activity 1, Page 1)
  • In completing the lessons on Radon, youth learn that the color and potential level of Radon for Zone 2 are:
  • COLOR: Orange POTENTIAL LEVEL 2 to 4pCi/L
  • (Lesson 4, Activity 1, Worksheet 4.1) OF RADON: Moderate Level
  • There are many ways to report the news. The 3rd Type of News Article youth learn about in Making a News Paper is:
    • A Column (Making a Newspaper)
  • The Background Basics for Lesson 4 are found in the Introduction on page:
    • Page 9 (Introduction)
  • What are the 5 Steps of the Experiential Learning Process:
    • Experience, Share, Process, Generalize, Apply (Introduction, Page 2)
  • When reading product labels for Hazardous Household Products, youth should be on the look out for these 6 Words:
  • Caution, Danger, Flammable, Harmful, Poison, Warning (Lesson 1, Activity 1, Page 1)
  • Exposure to Lead can lead to a variety of health problems. What is the 7thHealth Issue mentioned in Quick Facts for the Lesson 3?
  • Seizures (Lesson 3, Activity 1, Page 3)
  • What 8 Sections of a Newspaper are described in Making a Newspaper?
  • International, Regional, Business, Science/Technology, Health, Sports, Weather, Editorial
  • (Making a Newspaper)
  • Name 9 Famous Asthmatics listed in Lesson 6?
  • Professional Sports – Jerome Bettis, Art Monk, Dennis Rodman, Isaiah Thomas,
  • Dominique Wilkins, Jim “Catfish” Hunter
  • Olympic Medalists – Tom Dolan, Nancy Hogshead, Greg Louganis, Jackie Joyner-Kersee,
  • Jim Ryun, Bill Koch
  • Other Athletes – George Murray, Robert Muzzio, Alberto Salazar
  • World Leaders – Calvin Coolidge, Benjamin Disraeli, Rev. Jesse Jackson, John F. Kennedy,
  • Peter the Great, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson
  • (Lesson 6, Activity 2, Page 1 and 2)
  • What state has 10 of the top 100 worst cities for air quality?
  • Florida (Lesson 6, Activity 1, Fast Facts - Page 1)

Household Scavenger Hunt