I Think I Can! Self-Discipline and Goal

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I Think I Can! Self-Discipline and Goal Setting in Kansas History : 

I Think I Can! Self-Discipline and Goal Setting in Kansas History

Kansas’s 150th Birthday : 

Kansas’s 150th Birthday

Kansas is celebrating 150 years as a state on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011! : 

Kansas is celebrating 150 years as a state on Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011! This activity is designed to remind us of some of the successful people who have called Kansas home. As you think about the accomplishments of these Kansans, also think about the self-discipline and goal-setting that might have been necessary for them to become successful.

This slideshow contains the questions you will need to answer to be able to mark your bingo card. The answer to each question is the name of a Kansas person or character. Only 25 of the 32 characters appear on your bingo card so you might not have the answer to every question. : 

This slideshow contains the questions you will need to answer to be able to mark your bingo card. The answer to each question is the name of a Kansas person or character. Only 25 of the 32 characters appear on your bingo card so you might not have the answer to every question.

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When you find the name that is the answer to one of the questions, write the question number across the answer on your card. When you have marked 5 in a row for bingo, fill out the scorecard included with the bingo card and bring both items to F-21. You can also keep answering questions and try to win with a blackout!

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: competed against the Plains Leopard Frog to be recognized as the state amphibian?

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: is remembered as a violently outspoken prohibitionist?

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Which Kansas Character: provided the voice for Mr. Fredricksen in the movie Up?

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Which Kansas Character: was a journalist and lived in Emporia, KS?

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Which Kansas Character: invented basketball while working at Kansas University?

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Which Kansas Character: worked with Charles A. Wilson on an invention that, while not immediately successful, lead to development of a future working invention.

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: became a world class runner despite suffering severe burns as a child.

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Which Kansas Character: was the first female mayor in the USA?

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Which Kansas Character: created a revolutionary new type of lantern, which he named after himself?

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Which Kansas Character: was a 53-year-old war correspondent during World War II?

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Which Kansas Character: was well known, along with her husband, for filming wildlife from Africa and the South Seas in the 1920s and 1930s.

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Which Kansas Character: was the first woman to fly a plane across the Atlantic Ocean?

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Which Kansas Character: was known as the Kansas Comet?

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Which Kansas Character: supposedly advised Kansas farmers to "raise less corn and more hell“ and is remembered as a powerful and emotional speaker?

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Which Kansas Character: was a famous football player who played for Oklahoma State University and the Detroit Lions?

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Which Kansas Character: worked sixteen hours days to support his family as a young boy before starting his own company?

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: is represented on the Kansas state quarter and was an important spiritual symbol for Native Americans?

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Which Kansas Character: was the commander of the second Space Shuttle Columbia flight in 1981 and grew up in Chapman, KS?

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Which Kansas Character: was a member of the Harlem Globetrotters after playing basketball at KU?

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Which Kansas Character: played the saxophone, and was a famous and creative jazz musician?

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: became the first woman to serve as Treasurer of the United States?

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: gave his name to Allen Fieldhouse at Kansas University?

Which Kansas Character: : 

Which Kansas Character: flew 163 missions as a fighter pilot in the Korean war?

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Which Kansas Character: created the sculpture known as "Keeper of the Plains?"

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Which Kansas Character and mascot is named with a word considered to be created by Pat Devlin?

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Which Kansas Character: created the microchip used in TI calculators and other devices?

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Which Kansas Character: is the only president from Kansas?

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Which Kansas Character: is a hardworking insect?

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Which Kansas Character: was a co-founder of Pizza Hut?

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Which Kansas Character: is remembered for attempting to capture the armory at Harper's Ferry?

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Which Kansas Character: took over the family company in 1967 when his father died?

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Which Kansas Character: ran for president against Franklin Roosevelt in 1936 and lost?

Congratulations! You have finished all of the questions! Thanks for taking part in our bingo/quiz. Please take your bingo card to F-21 to be eligible for prizes. : 

Congratulations! You have finished all of the questions! Thanks for taking part in our bingo/quiz. Please take your bingo card to F-21 to be eligible for prizes.

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