This was a review game I used at the end of my The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe unit.
As The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe can be read as a children's tale or analyzed at a more sophisticated level, I have included higher order questions as well. For primary/elementary audiences, you still have more than enough questions to fill review period, even if some of the rounds are omitted.
There are 20 rounds, and they cover the following topics:
1) Different settings in the story
2) Events in the rising action
3) Events in the falling action and resolution
4) Adjectives to describe Edmund at the beginning of the novel
5) Examples of magic/fantasy elements in Narnia
6) Words Mr. Beaver uses to describe Aslan
7) Identifying different conflicts and naming them (e.g. character vs. character, character vs. environment etc.)
8) Minor characters that have an important function in the story
9) Round characters
10) Descriptions of the Witch when Edmund first meets her
11) Moral lessons taught in the book
12) Gifts that Father Christmas gives
13) Indicators that the prophecy is coming true
14) Flat characters
15) Mythical creatures in the story
16) Important/notable objects in the novel
17) Static characters
18) Characters that the Witch turns to stone
19) Themes in the novel
20) Allegorical elements in the story
In addition, you get this high quality ppt template with incredible animation, sound effects and even the Family Feud opening song. It looks like the real game show!
This template is easily modifiable, and it can be used to create your own review games on other novels you may be teaching in the future.