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Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
Powerpoint Kiosk Final Draft
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Elementary Jeopardy game that covers basic Math, the United States, Science, and Writing.

Elementary Jeopardy game that covers basic Math, the United States, Science, and Writing.

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  • 1. Writing Science United Number States sense Final Jeopardy
  • 2. Pictures that represent a program
  • 3. The 1 stparagraph of your piece in which you grab the readers attention. What is the introduction?
  • 4. Often referred to as the “sloppy copy” where you write the 1st draft of your piece What is the rough draft?
  • 5. In this part of writing, you brainstorm for ideas or plan your piece. You might also use graphic organizers. What is prewriting?
  • 6. This type of letter convinces your reader to side with you on your beliefs or position. What is a persuasive letter?
  • 7. This part of your paper (or letter) restates your major points and purpose. What is the concluding paragraph?
  • 8. Our solar system is made up of this many planets What are the 9 planets?
  • 9. Nature’s way of reusing water What is the Water Cycle?
  • 10. Where you should go during a tornado if you are in a house. What is a basement?
  • 11. Anything that takes up space and has mass What is matter?
  • 12. Causes day and night What is the rotation of the Earth?
  • 13. I am the number of stripes on the American flag What are 13 stripes?
  • 14. I am the name of the house where the President lives What is the White House?
  • 15. I am the capitol of the United States What is Washington D.C. ?
  • 16. The famous five sided government building What is the Pentagon?
  • 17. I am a well known individual, famous for my contributions to making the 1st American flag. Who is Betsy Ross?
  • 18. The letter N stands for: 5+N=8 What is 3?
  • 19. Add 3/10 + 5/10 What is 8/10?
  • 20. The time on the clock What is 3:00?
  • 21. The number N stands for: N + N = 20 What is 10?
  • 22. Joey invited four people to his birthday party. They each ate 4 slices of pizza. How many pieces of pizza did the boys eat? What are 16 slices of pizza?

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