This document is a Jeopardy game to review vocabulary words learned during a novel study of the book Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt.
The game includes the following five categories (with sample question-answers), each with five questions:
1. Ways to Go
Example: Without direction or purpose... aimlessly
2. Tuck Everlasting Quotes
Example: "The loft was __________, too, with all kinds of odds and ends, but there were two mattresses rolled out on the floor, and fresh sheets and blankets were folded almost neatly on each, waiting to be spread." ... cluttered
3. What's Your Name?
Example: Edward, who is really wonderful and "above average" ... Extraordinary Edward
4. What Are You Doing?
Example: You're begging your mom to go to Disneyland... pleading
5. Don't Forget About Us!
Example: Sad or depressed... melancholy
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(Note: This game coincides with a vocabulary PowerPoint lecture I used throughout the novel study, which I have uploaded and made available for FREE on TpT. You may also be interested in my Tuck Everlasting comprehension Jeopardy game available for sale.)