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  • Jeopardy

    1. 1. Games Crafts Sports Ages 2-4 Ages 5-10 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
    2. 2. The object of this game is towalk in a circle, tapping on eachchilds head until one is finally chosen to be the new picker.
    3. 3. Duck, Duck, Goose 3
    4. 4. One player chooses a letter of thealphabet and says, “_______ with my little eye something beginning with ...", naming the letter. Other players have to guess the chosen object.
    5. 5. I spy 5
    6. 6. The players run as fast as theycan towards "it". At any time, "it" can face the players, calling out "Red light", and the others mustfreeze in place. If anyone fails to stop, they are out or must return to the starting line.
    7. 7. Red light, Green light 7
    8. 8. It is a ball game played among four players on a square court. Theobjective is to get another player outand achieve the rank of king, or ace.
    9. 9. Four square 9
    10. 10. The rhyme is often accompanied byhand-clapping between two people. “And toss it in the oven as fast as you can!” is the last line of the rhyme.
    11. 11. Pat-a-cake or bakers man 11
    12. 12. It’s a kind ofpainting intended to be appliedwithout a brush; it is typically used by small children.
    13. 13. Finger painting 13
    14. 14. Create this piece ofart by putting a slapof clay onto a wheel and sculpting with your hands.
    15. 15. Pottery 15
    16. 16. If you have salt, ice, milk, sugar, and plastic bags, consider making it yourself. You can create this delicious treat from home.
    17. 17. Ice cream 17
    18. 18. Braidingthreads inyour desiredcolors andgiving it to agood friend.
    19. 19. Friendship bracelet 19
    20. 20. Following thepattern, you place arow of beads on oneend of the string andthread the other endthrough the oppositeway.
    21. 21. Beads buddies keychain 21
    22. 22. It is the world’s most popular sport played between two teams. The object of the game is to score by kicking the ball into the opposing goal.
    23. 23. Soccer 23
    24. 24. This sport has evolved many commonly used techniques ofshooting, passing, dribbling, and rebounding.
    25. 25. Basketball 25
    26. 26. Most popular sport in Canada, thissport is played on a large flat area of ice using a vulcanized rubber disc called a puck.
    27. 27. Hockey 27
    28. 28. Bat-and-ball sport played betweentwo teams of nine players. The aimis to score runs by hitting a thrown ball with a bat.
    29. 29. Baseball 29
    30. 30. This sport consists of four mainstrokes: freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, and butterfly.
    31. 31. Swimming 31
    32. 32. Flash cards contain pictures of items. For example, if it was a picture of a bear it would be brown.
    33. 33. Colors 33
    34. 34. Drawing squares, rectangles, circles, and triangles on the board and pointing to the drawings. Have the kids make hand gestures as they practice the words.
    35. 35. Shapes 35
    36. 36. Start with the left hand thumb andcount all the way over to the righthand thumb. Wiggle each of their fingers as you call out a number.
    37. 37. Counting 37
    38. 38. Demonstrating the blades openingand closing like a crocodiles mouth will be a model when it comes to using this device. Allowing a childto try by themselves; have them cut around lines that you’ve drawn on paper.
    39. 39. Using scissors 39
    40. 40. Using refrigerator magnets toarrange words and then pointing out each letter one by one, eventually learning them in order.
    41. 41. Alphabet 41
    42. 42. Third graders are becoming morefamiliar with the states and will learn Madison is the ________ of Wisconsin.
    43. 43. Capital 43
    44. 44. Second graders are learning to use a _________ when they open a new document, saving a file, and using the internet.
    45. 45. Computer 45
    46. 46. When teaching a fifth grader aboutglobal warming they have a better understand of our effects on the ____________.
    47. 47. Environment 47
    48. 48. When teaching a fourth grader thatMexico is south of the United Statesthey are learning how to use a_________.
    49. 49. Compass 49
    50. 50. Helping first graders understand concepts such as equal to or greater than as well as addition and subtraction; they are becomingfamiliar with "+," "-," "=," "<," ">."
    51. 51. Symbols 51

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