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How I Spent My Summer Vacation Spell It! /oi/ Describe Me I know these words.. What happened? See what you remember…
What is the setting of the story that the boy is telling? A 100
The plains. A 100
What is the genre of this story? A 200
Fantasy A 200
Why do the cowboys capture Wallace? A 300
Their old cowboy quit. A 300
When does Wallace get to see his aunt? A 400
When the round-up is over or when they have the picnic. A 400
At first Wallace thinks the cowboys are ________ and _______. A 500
Wild and loud A 500
This is what you put in your car to make it run. B 100
oil B 100
Can I please ______ your game? B 200
join B 200
Please do not run _______ the room. B 300
around B 300
It is rude to do this. B 400
point B 400
These two spelling words are plural. B 500
cowboys and voices B 500
This is something your play with. It is a _______. C 100
toy C 100
Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny C 200
coin C 200
This is what a pig says. C 300
oink C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
Your mom might get mad at you if you play in this and get dirty. C 400
soil C 400
This is a name of a boy. Also, it is the name of Mrs. Emert’s son. C 500
Troy C 500
The beach is so nice. I love to go there when I go on one of these… D 100
vacation D 100
Don’t forget to use please and thank you. You also have these gentlemen if you let the ladies go first. D 200
manners D 200
Watch out that bull is coming at you!!! Thank goodness you are a _______. (and do not say bullfighter) D 300
matador D 300
I’m using this when I think of a three headed, purple monster that has orange hair D 400
imagination D 400
Some states are Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, Indiana that make of this flat area of the country D 500
plains D 500
Tim forgot his math book, so he was unable to complete his homework. What is the cause of Tim not having his homework done? E 100
He forgot his math book. E 100
Keegan was hungry because he skipped lunch. What is the effect of Keegan skipping lunch? E 200
He is hungry. E 200
Erin's car had a flat tire, so she called a tow truck. What is the cause and what is the effect? E 300
Cause- She had a flat tire. Effect- She called a tow truck E 300
Gina couldn't find the cookies because Papa hid them in the cupboard. Is the underlined part of the sentence the cause or the effect? E 400
cause E 400
What is the effect if you do not study tonight for your tests tomorrow? E 500
You will not do well!!!!!! E 500
What is a noun? F 100
Person, place, animal, or thing. F 100
What suffixes can you add to a word to make it plural? F 200
-s, -es, -ies (change y to i and add es) F 200
What do you add on a word when comparing three or more things? F 300
-est F 300
Write this sentence: Sara likes to play with fire. Circle the naming part. Underline the telling part. F 400
Sara likes to play with fire. F 400
List all the adjectives in the following sentence: A green alien with sixteen eyes walked out of the huge ship. F 500
green, sixteen, and huge F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Saddle up partner! Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
What does Wallace need for a “new kind of cowboying”? Click on screen to continue
Red cape or tablecloth Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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Cause and Effect. Sentence Tim forgot his math book, so he could not do his homework.
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Today we are going to learn about… What is an adverb?
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