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can I use this for a fourth grade class?

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Thanksgiving Jeopardy: 

Thanksgiving Jeopardy

Slide2: 

Gobble, Gobble! Click on me to return to the game board.

Turkeys for $100: 

Turkeys for $100 What type of animal is the turkey? amphibian mammal bird

Turkeys for $200: 

Turkeys for $200 How big was the biggest turkey ever? 10 pounds 86 pounds 230 pounds

Turkeys for $300: 

Turkeys for $300 What is the name for the fleshy red skin that hangs down over the throat and neck of the turkey? beard wattle gobbler

Turkeys for $400: 

Turkeys for $400 Which state produces the most turkeys? North Carolina California Texas

Turkeys for $500: 

Turkeys for $500 Turkey eggs are twice as big as chicken eggs. What color are they? brown white tan with brown speckles

Slide8: 

Howdy Ho! Click on me to return to the game board.

Pilgrims for $100: 

Pilgrims for $100 What was the name of the ship the Pilgrims traveled on? The Titanic The Santa Maria The Mayflower

Pilgrims for $200: 

Pilgrims for $200 Where did the Pilgrims come from? Canada England Japan

Pilgrims for $300: 

Pilgrims for $300 Why did the Pilgrims come to America? So they could practice the religion they wanted to For vacation To prove that the world was round, not flat

Pilgrims for $400: 

Pilgrims for $400 How long did it take the Pilgrims to cross the ocean to the new world? 2 days 2 months 2 years

Pilgrims for $500: 

Pilgrims for $500 What was the name of a friendly Indian the Pilgrims met? Crazy Horse Pocahontas Squanto

Slide14: 

Pretty as a Pumpkin! Click on me to return to the game board.

Pumpkins for $100: 

Pumpkins for $100 If you eat a pumpkin seed, you will __________. Enjoy a tasty roasted snack Have a pumpkin plant growing in your tummy You can’t, because pumpkins don’t have seeds

Pumpkins for $200: 

Pumpkins for $200 What did Cinderella use a pumpkin for? To make homemade pumpkin pie To carve on Halloween A carriage

Pumpkins for $300: 

Pumpkins for $300 Where do pumpkins grow? on trees underground on plants called vines

Pumpkins for $400: 

Pumpkins for $400 Pumpkins are ___________. vegetables fruits minerals

Pumpkins for $500: 

Pumpkins for $500 Which is not a possible color for a pumpkin? blue yellow green

Slide20: 

Yummy yum! Click on me to return to the game board.

First Thanksgiving for $100: 

First Thanksgiving for $100 Who joined the Pilgrims at the first Thanksgiving feast? cowboys Kings and Queens from England Indians

First Thanksgiving for $200: 

First Thanksgiving for $200 What year did the Pilgrims have their first Thanksgiving feast? 1492 1621 1983

First Thanksgiving for $300: 

First Thanksgiving for $300 Which food was not eaten at the first Thanksgiving? pumpkin pie clams deer

First Thanksgiving for $400: 

First Thanksgiving for $400 Why weren’t potatoes served at the first Thanksgiving? Most Pilgrims were allergic to them Potatoes were thought to be poisonous Potatoes weren’t invented yet

First Thanksgiving for $500: 

First Thanksgiving for $500 Which president didn’t want Thanksgiving to be a national holiday? George Washington- 1st president Thomas Jefferson- 3rd president Abraham Lincoln- 16th president

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Hip, Hip, Hurray! Click on me to return to the game board.

Traditions for $100: 

Traditions for $100 What day of the week does Thanksgiving always fall on? Monday Thursday Saturday

Traditions for $200: 

Traditions for $200 What percentage of American families eat turkey on Thanksgiving? 25% 60% 90%

Traditions for $300: 

Traditions for $300 What sport do many people watch on Thanksgiving day? football tennis baseball

Traditions for $400: 

Traditions for $400 Which is not a traditional Thanksgiving dish? Sweet potatoes Mashed potatoes French fries

Traditions for $500: 

Traditions for $500 How many pounds of turkey do Americans eat each year at Thanksgiving time? 535 pounds 535,000 pounds 535,000,000 pounds

Slide32: 

With your team, decide how much to wager.

Slide33: 

Which Christmas song was originally written for a Thanksgiving program? Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Jingle Bells Silent Night

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