Troop On-line Activity #25 - Fire Triangle
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Tim: Why don’t you play golf with Jeff anymore?
Tom: Would you like to play with a guy who moves the ball when you’re not looking, changes your score and cheats all the time?
Tim: Nope.
Tom: Neither did he.

Everyone is guilty of all the good they did not do.
Fire Triangle
Three things have to combine to have a successful campfire.  Oxygen (in the air), Fuel (most often wood) and heat (source of ignition).  This is called the "Fire Triangle".  Knowing this concept helps both with starting campfires and putting out the fires you don't want.

Below is a simple diagram of the Fire Triangle and then some questions about the Fire Triangle.

Wikipedia has a more detailed explanation if you need more information:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fire_triangle
1)  Which side of the Fire Triangle is being provided to the campfire in this picture?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
2)  Which side of the Fire Triangle is being provided by the pile of wood in this picture?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
3)  Which side of the Fire Triangle is being provided to the campfire in this picture?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
4)  Which side of the Fire Triangle does a Fire Blanket take away to put out a fire?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
5)  Which side of the Fire Triangle does putting water on a campfire and stirring it into the ashes take away?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
6)  When you stop adding wood to a campfire to let it die down and go out, which side of the Fire Triangle are you taking away?  Check the box next to the correct answer.
1 point
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