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Mrs. G. Wilcox Clara W. Rutherford Academy X Back to Rules Students will divide into equal teams. The first team will select a category and a point value.

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2 Mrs. G. Wilcox Clara W. Rutherford Academy

3 X Back to Rules Students will divide into equal teams. The first team will select a category and a point value. If the teams answers the question correctly they earn the selected point value and select another question. If the team answers the question incorrectly they lose the selected number of points and the second team has the opportunity to answer. Play continues in this manner until all questions have been answered. Click the question mark to begin.

4 X Back to Rules Through Grandpa’s Eyes The Cat Who Became a Poet A Cloak for a Dreamer Picasso The Emperor’s New Clothes Roxaboxen

5 X Back to Rules The raised dots Grandpa reads with his fingers are called Morse Code Braille Sign Language C B a

6 X Back to Rules How is the food arranged on Grandpa’s plate? like a clock like a face like a flower C B a

7 X Back to Rules When John looks at Nana’s clay sculpture of Grandpa, John pretends his fingers are glue wood water C B a

8 X Back to Rules Why did the author write this story? to tell a story about a boy and his grandfather to help people learn how to solve problems to show why seeing is important to people C B a

9 X Back to Rules Something in this story that could happen is a cat giving a poem to a dog a mouse talking to a cat a cat eating a mouse C B a

10 X Back to Rules How does the cat feel when he discovers what has happened to him? excited upset happy C B a

11 X Back to Rules Why did the cat give Max a poem? He couldn’t help it. He wanted to praise the dog. He wanted to show off. C B a

12 X Back to Rules After meeting Max, the cat learns that it is hard work being a poet poetry can be taken two ways dogs and poetry don’t mix C B a

13 X Back to Rules What was Misha’s job at the tailor shop? He kept things neat and clean. He made things out of scraps. He took things to customers. C B a

14 X Back to Rules Why did the boys help with the Archduke’s order? The tailor could not do it himself. The boys had finished their chores. The Archduke asked them to help. C B a

15 X Back to Rules How will the new cloak protect Misha on his journey? It will show him the way. It will keep him safe. It will keep him warm. C B a

16 X Back to Rules How was Misha different from his brothers? He was more adventurous. He learned to be a great tailor. He sewed his cloak carefully. C B a

17 X Back to Rules Where was Picasso born? France Spain Italy C B a

18 X Back to Rules When did Picasso die? C B a

19 X Back to Rules How were Picasso’s cubist paintings different from the work of other artists before him? The subjects did not look real. No one knew what cubes were. The colors were brighter. C B a

20 X Back to Rules How old was Picasso when he painted the portrait of his mother? 19 years old 15 years old 13 years old C B a

21 X Back to Rules At the beginning of the story, the emperor is most like people who are most concerned about how they look good rulers who want the best for their people brave soldiers who fight for what they think is right C B a

22 X Back to Rules The emperor wanted his people to think he was handsome wise rich C B a

23 X Back to Rules Who told the truth in this story? the small child the trusted minister the two visitors C B a

24 X Back to Rules How did the emperor feel when he saw that he had no clothes? proud foolish happy C B a

25 X Back to Rules What is Roxaboxen? It is a real city in Montana. It is a small town in Arizona. It is a make-believe town. C B a

26 X Back to Rules Who is the “mayor” of Roxaboxen? Marian Charles Anna May C B a

27 X Back to Rules What did Frances outline her new house with? desert glass white stones sea shells C B a

28 X Back to Rules From which point of view is this story told? from the first-person point of view from the point of view of the founder of Roxaboxen from the third-person point of view C B a

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31 Thank you for playing Jeopardy! Come back again! End Game


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