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Campfire

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A campfire is the heart of a campground. It's built with "kindling," or flammable twigs, leaves and logs. You'll want Mom and Dad's help to build up the flames. Once a campfire is nice and hot, campers can roast potatoes and make s'mores! Mmm. Of course, campfires are great for telling stories and singing songs, too!

  1. 1. What can you make on a campfire?
    1. a. Cake
    2. b. Cookies
    3. c. S'mores
  2. 2. What can you roast in a campfire?
    1. a. Beef
    2. b. Potatoes
    3. c. Corn
  3. 3. What is another word for flammable twigs?
    1. a. Burnables
    2. b. Kindling
    3. c. Firewood