101 More Illustrated Crossword Puzzles by John Chabot

By John Chabot

One hundred and one extra Illustrated Crossword Puzzles contains 10 reproducible devices, nine of which specialize in a thematic process. The 10th unit is made from combos of phrases from the 1st 9 devices. the ten devices are: Opposites, Outer area, security, Sea Creatures, Taking a visit, within the urban, bugs, Musical tools, future health Care and mixed. devices One via 9 comprise: •study of 30 thematically associated vocabulary phrases •30 numbered sentences utilizing the vocabulary phrases in a daily context •a drawings web page with all of the vocabulary phrases illustrated and numbered to correspond with the sentences pointed out above •a probability to perform writing the notice sooner than doing the 1st crossword puzzle •3 ten notice crossword puzzles, that are additionally an identical workout •2 fifteen note crossword puzzles, which include a list •3 twenty be aware crossword puzzles, which include a record •2 thirty notice crossword puzzles Unit Ten contains: eleven twenty-four be aware crossword puzzles made from phrases from the 1st 9 devices there's a whole solution key.

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You should keep a working flashlight in the house. 26. The crossing guard helped the students cross the street safely. 27. You should look both ways before you cross the street. 28. Too many plugs in an outlet is a fire hazard. 29. My bike has a reflector on the front wheel, and three other reflectors. 30. I put a horn on my bike so I could let people know I was in the area. 3-2 3-3 1) helmet 2) extinguisher 3) fire alarm 4) life jacket 5) labels 6) glasses 7) traffic lights 8) lifeguard 9) sunscreen 10) boots 11) listen 12) police 13) seatbelt 14) hard hat 15) lock 16) first aid 17) stop 18) airbag 19) signal 20) light 23) stranger 24) fence 25) flashlight 28) hazard 29) reflector 30) horn 21) smoke detector 26) crossing guard 22) park 27) look SAFETY 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A9 extinguisher D7 crossing guard D4 hazard A6 stop D2 police D5 lock D1 stranger A8 seatbelt A10 flashlight hard hat 3-4 A3 SAFETY 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A9 reflector D1 life jacket D4 helmet D8 glasses D6 signal A3 sunscreen A7 traffic lights D5 first aid D2 smoke detector horn 3-5 A10 SAFETY 10A-3 1 3 2 4 5 6 8 D3 light 7 9 D1 boots D6 look A7 fence A3 labels D9 fire alarm D5 airbag D4 listen D2 park lifeguard 3-6 A8 CHECKLIST: SAFETY 15B-1 1 ___ traffic lights 2 3 4 ___ seatbelt 5 ___ sunscreen 6 ___ first aid 7 ___ flashlight ___ helmet 8 ___ lifeguard ___ extinguisher 9 ___ police 10 11 ___ labels 12 ___ fire alarm ___ hazard 13 ___ reflector 14 ___ stranger ___ stop A5 D2 D10 D4 A13 A12 D6 A9 A3 D7 A14 D3 A8 D11 D1 3-7 CHECKLIST: SAFETY 15B-2 1 ___ light 2 ___ listen 3 4 ___ life jacket 5 ___ smoke detector ___ lock 6 ___ airbag 7 ___ signal ___ glasses ___ crossing guard 8 9 10 ___ park ___ hard hat 11 ___ look 12 13 ___ fence 14 ___ horn ___ boots A13 D3 A8 D6 A4 A7 D11 D4 D12 D2 A14 D5 A1 D10 A9 3-8 CHECKLIST: SAFETY 20C-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ hazard glasses stranger flashlight horn traffic lights boots lifeguard crossing guard park airbag stop extinguisher fence signal police sunscreen labels hard hat seatbelt A13 D12 A18 D10 D2 D16 A1 D5 D14 A9 A19 D6 D11 A4 D7 A8 D17 D3 D15 A17 3-9 CHECKLIST: SAFETY 20C-2 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ smoke detector seatbelt fire alarm lifeguard life jacket sunscreen extinguisher hard hat police helmet reflector look lock first aid light stop listen hazard stranger flashlight D6 A5 A17 D12 A10 A18 D2 D8 D15 D1 A11 D4 D16 A3 D11 D9 A19 D13 D7 A14 3-10 CHECKLIST: SAFETY 20C-3 1 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 park horn crossing guard reflector glasses lock first aid signal fence listen life jacket light fire alarm smoke detector helmet airbag look traffic lights boots labels A14 A17 A4 D5 A11 D11 D1 D10 A15 D7 A8 D13 D9 A18 D2 D6 A9 A16 D12 A3 3-11 SAFETY TEST-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 8 9 12 D8 D11 D2 A26 A24 A6 D21 D12 A1 D16 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 A13 A10 D18 D7 D22 D25 D13 A17 A15 D20 D5 A8 D14 D23 A27 D3 D4 A28 A19 A9 3-12 SAFETY TEST-2 1 2 3 4 7 5 6 8 9 10 A15 A27 A28 D16 A11 D19 A22 D12 A18 A17 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 D24 A21 A20 A26 D18 D2 D8 A5 A7 D9 D23 D3 D6 A1 D21 D13 A25 D4 A14 A10 3-13 ANSWER KEY SAFETY 10A-1 SAFETY 10A-2 1 2 s 3 e x 1 c t i n g u 4 i s h e t r o t p o r 8 p o l i c h 6 s e a t b 7 e l a s z o n i a c g n r k e g d f l 10 h i 3 i f e g n h c t e e g u a i g c n t a h l i h a t g h 8 t d r d b 6 e 7 a l o i a r o t 3 k f a b e l a a i r g s m e r l i f h o r n t s e j z t r f a s s f r i l a 4 r n d t l e e e e c c n g l a s s e s o m o r e r SAFETY 15B-2 l a s h l i g h 4 t e l l c a m t b e e t o i l i c r h o s b e l t r SAFETY 20C-1 l e 3 4 c h x a t r 5 o s d s l s c r e e n g i t s n g 6 u a n g r h a u b a n i g 9 f h a z r r k r 10 s h 14 s l a t b c l a s s e 3 s g 11 h 5 t c r l i r e a f i 8 i h 10 f f l a i g n a s h e l s m j r s t r e x l a c h l k e g a h 11 s m o k i d 6 7 b p t 9 u e d t a n p r h n i d t g s 17 e 13 14 l x t h e c t o e l m e t n n g u i e g 12 r n h s a n g e s r b o o t i c t k o r 14 k s c a f r g l n e a t f i e s e a t b o e l t h e d g j p n l i g 18 e l 19 h r t 18 l o l a t i c e r a f i f i f s k c r e h e t e g c l i g h t b e l t e s l f s a e e t p r o o u 24 r h l 26 f i g l a s s e z l r c 28 a s t a r s m a r r e 25 d l r i o d h 27 p a t o r k c m o k i s t e e e t f l h t s i g i s t 13 f a i n s j r g e a e s c g k u e i d a 16 o p l o o e t e c t a 4 f r e l t l i 14 l h l i d g h b 20 a s i p c k t k a r d g 13 f l d h a t s i g n a u t r o l 16 a n g e r i c e s l e i a g t h b t e r 24 l o u s 22 r h 18 d b o r m b g t h l l a l s e 26 e i 19 t f c t s a h 11 o r 6 i t r p e e e a 5 r c 23 o o 8 f 15 a r h i z t 18 d u a k r i o l t r f m e 28 3 a m c 3-14 r i n a i g a u f r l e d t d e g g f 12 h t l 12 n s r k 2 h g e 15 o e n b a h s m a r g o t o a s a t n i s 21 23 c o r i 10 r e l e c r h t SAFETY TEST-2 a h l e p 17 22 f d 17 n s e r l e c k k e g i n 21 u a r c o s 20 5 n i s c t e l g 17 n t t s 16 s o x a e r 8 l s 15 t s o 1 t c i 15 e 10 e o s i r t i 7 b l s l h c g l 4 5 k r 4 14 c s m l l 19 i t 16 i o 11 f g a e s e a u d 9 e o e i o s l r e l 7 t r o h f f h a l l 2 e f p a r g a l i a a t r t o i b 14 1 o 13 e r 3 r u 12 f i s a s 12 p 2 z t r n k s s i k n l s r d i 3 10 o SAFETY 20C-3 c l t b c r u t r 9 t h r a a e r d n t t c g a r g e a 11 g 8 o n u 9 10 11 r g e e t d h 13 i i o e a c s k u f e e c g i 2 b e g s 17 d r f n 1 s i d SAFETY TEST-1 a e l r l f 6 f l s 7 4 e s 6 u i 15 e n t n r e o o c g g h i u f 19 n 1 o r c n d l d 16 s i p g a e 18 t 7 b e n d 8 a p 13 r l 12 s e r i t o a i t i SAFETY 20C-2 r t x r g j 9 g n e 2 e s i 14 b e s e a u f s 8 13 s 5 i c o p l t l s t 10 a e 7 11 e s 6 l s s s h 6 7 e p a m l l t l 3 f d 12 2 g m h a t t 9 l t 10 g 1 e r 8 i k f t 5 a e d c e c t a 1 a a t e h r i 9 l i k u 2 o r 8 1 o s n 7 9 h e d i 5 g s SAFETY 15B-1 5 i i i a r s a 4 l a 4 a r p r 6 u f 2 i f l 9 f m 3 t g 1 s a r SAFETY 10A-3 2 r 5 25 h s l i f o 27 c r n l e j a c k e t g u a r d e o s s i n g k UNIT 4 SEA CREATURES 4-1 SEA CREATURES 1.

27. A shark never sleeps, and it never stops moving. 28. Over 350 species of coral have been found in the Great Barrier Reef. 29. The oyster shell is usually oval in shape, with coarse ridges. 30. Most crabs live on or near the bottom of the sea.

27. A shark never sleeps, and it never stops moving. 28. Over 350 species of coral have been found in the Great Barrier Reef. 29. The oyster shell is usually oval in shape, with coarse ridges. 30. Most crabs live on or near the bottom of the sea.

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