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Dollhouse Murders Jeopardy Start
Final Jeopardy Question Characters 1 Characters 2 ProblemsEvents 1Events
10 Point Question True or false. Amy is older and smaller than Louann. True Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Why did Aunt Clare get mad at Amy in the story? She blamed Amy for moving the dolls. Back to the Game Board
Why did Amy decide to stay with Aunt Clare? 30 Point Question She was mad at her mom and Louann. Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Who did Aunt Clare think committed the murders? Her fiance Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question How did Amy feel at first about Louann attending her party? Upset Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Why did Amy and Ellen have a party? To celebrate their birthdays Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question True or false. Aunt Clare hated the dollhouse because she thought it was too babyish. True Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question True or false. Louann was afraid of the dollhouse. False Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Why did the florist yell at Louann? She broke a flower. Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Who committed the murders? Reuben Miller Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Who helped Amy change her mind about Louann being at the party? Kathy Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Who watched Louann while Amy stayed with Aunt Clare? Mrs. Peck Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Why was Paul sent to live with relatives? His grandparents were murdered. Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question What did Amy and Aunt Clare find in the book, A Doll’s House? A letter Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question Where did Amy originally leave the dolls in the dollhouse? Around the table in the kitchen Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Where did Amy and Ellen go to find out about Amy’s great-grandparents’ deaths? The Library Back to the Game Board
10 Point Question Which event happened first? -Ellen and Amy had a party. -Louann and Amy saw the doll’s hand rise into the air. Ellen and Amy had a party. Back to the Game Board
20 Point Question Which event happened first? -Amy and Ellen went to the library. -Amy and Ellen went to the mall. Amy and Ellen went to the mall. Back to the Game Board
30 Point Question What caused the noise outside, when Amy and Aunt Clare were sitting on the porch? Raccoons knocked over the garbage cans. Back to the Game Board
40 Point Question Why did Louann have to stay with Aunt Clare? Amy’s mom had to help a friend. Back to the Game Board
Describe the events of Amy and Ellen’s party. -Told fortunes -Ate pizza, chips, and caramel corn -Looked at the dollhouse
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