Smokey Bear Historical Park

Fun Pages

 

Activity Books for Educators

Southwest Fire Ecology Activity Book Cover

 

Southwest Fire Ecology and Everybody Needs Trees are activity books for use with youth groups or in classrooms.

When you select one of the books it will take you to the activities.

Everybody Needs Trees Activity Book Cover
Coloring Pages and Activity Sheets
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Smokey Bear in a Jeep coloring sheet
Bear Cub in a Burned Tree
Smokey ABC coloring sheet
Smokey Bear Mask
Smokey Bear Thanks coloring sheet
Smokey Bear Crossword Puzzle
Follow the dots matchbook
Smokey and Friends cut out

Crossword Puzzle Answers

Crossword puzzle answers

                         The Smokey Bear Song and a Smokey Bear Play
Smokey Bear Song

The Smokey Bear Song was written by Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins in 1952. They are also responsible for for "Frosty the Snowman" and "Peter Cottontail." The song is resposible for the confusion between Smokey Bear and Smokey 'the' Bear. When the song was written, Smokey Bear didn't fit the music so 'the' was added to make the name 'fit' the music. The Smokey Bear Act was passed in 1952 to officially name the program the "Smokey Bear Program."

Smokey Bear Play Book Cover
This play was written by Nancy T. Smuck and produced by the Forest Service in 1982. The original play includes masks to be cut out and worn by the cast.
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