It's Friday afternoon. The kids have worked hard all week in your Language Arts class and you need a 5-minute fun activity to end things on a high note. You'd like the activity to be instantly engaging, and you'd like it to be something that gets your students thinking. What you'd really like is something that does both of those things. Best yet, when it's done, you'd like to hear your students say, "Can we do another one?"
That's what happens, and that's what you'll hear when you challenge your students with The Book of Questions ... With Answers on the Tip of Your Tongue. Designed in an easy-to-use PowerPoint Presentation, each one of the 20 activities in The Book of Questions... poses 14 simple questions for students to answer. On one page, all answers start with "A," on another all the answers start with "B," etc. 20 letters of the alphabet are available.
Here are three examples of what you'll get to ask your students:
(from C & C) These are two ways you can hide something.
(from J & J) Think of two ways you can move your body.
(from O & O) Find two words that show when a thing can happen.
Conceal & Camouflage (and also Cover, etc.)
Jump & Jog
Once & Often (and also Occasionally, etc.)
Enjoy the free sample of the A & A page. Try it with your students. I know they'll like it. How do I know? I'm a teacher, too, and over the years my students have had a lot of fun answering these questions! I'm sure yours will, as well.