Summer Food
New Jersey
Summer Fun
Summer Holidays
Sports
100

This food can be eaten on or off the cob. 

Corn

100

A major body of water touching New Jersey

Atlantic Ocean

100

Making these around a campfire is fun and delicious but usually sticky

Roasted Marshmallows or Smores

100

This holiday celebrates the birth of our country.

Independence Day or July 4th

100

3 strikes and you're out!

Baseball

200

Can be grilled - usually eaten with a long bun, maybe even with condiments on it.

Hot Dog

200

The capital of New Jersey.

Trenton

200

You're great at this game if you get a "hole in one"

Golf

200

This day honors all the men and women who have died defending our country.

Memorial Day

200

The ball used for this sport is made out of pigskin

Football

300

The most popular ice cream topping

Chocolate Syrup

300

State tree of New Jersey

Red Oak

300

This event was held for the first time in the summer of 1896 in Athens, Greece

Olympic Games

300

The first day of summer - and longest day of the year

Summer Solstice

300

Your hands are not required to play this sport

Soccer

400

Is watermelon made up of 10%, 50% or 90% of water?

90%

400

Number of counties in New Jersey

21

400

Hottest month of the year

July

400

Some say you should stop wearing white after this holiday - which is at the end of summer.

Labor Day

400

This sport can get violent on ice.

Hockey

500

The country that consumes the most Ice Cream

USA

500

State nickname

The Garden State

500

This was invented in the 1870's to be used as a pie plate, now it just gets tossed around

Frisbee

500

National Ice Cream Month

July

500
Four grand slam tournaments are played for this sport. One tournament is played every year in Queens. 

Tennis

600

This fruit is rough on the outside, has green spiky leaves and is yellow and sweet on the inside.

Pineapple

600

NJ city with the oldest seaside resort in USA.

Cape May

600

This was the most famous summer blockbuster of all time that featured a shark

Jaws

600

This day celebrates and symbolizes the end of slavery in the United States. 

June 19th/Juneteenth

600

A sport involving horses and known as the "sport of kings" 

Polo

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