This fun, interactive game is a combination of Jeopardy, Double Dare, and Minute to Win It! It targets listening comprehension skills with four high interest topics including Animals, Dinosaurs, Minecraft, and YouTubers.
The game is played like Jeopardy but if a student doesn’t know the answer, he can “challenge” a student on the other team to answer the question. If that student answers the question correctly, he earns double the points. If he doesn’t know the answer either, he can “triple challenge” the first student to answer. The first student can choose to answer the question or complete a “Minute to Win It” challenge. If the student answers the question correctly or completes the challenge in one minute, then he earns triple the points.
This product contains 30 challenge cards and four separate Jeopardy style games consisting of 25 ‘wh’ questions. These games can be played like a regular Jeopardy style game without the challenge cards if you choose.
In order to complete the challenges, you’ll need to buy/gather the following items:
- Pencil and paper
- At least 10 cotton balls
- At least 3 paper plates
- At least 2 spoons
- At least 2 balloons
- At least 20 solo cups
- One cereal box cover cut into 10 pieces
- A deck of cards (you can use regular playing cards, a set of articulation cards, category cards, etc.)
*Only one challenge requires 20 cups, the other “cup” challenges require 6 cups or less. The cereal box cover is also only required for one challenge.
Check out my blog post to see the challenges in action!
**Please Note** You MUST have PowerPoint in order to play these games!
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Key Words: Speech Therapy, Special Education, Speech Language Pathologist, SLP, Listening Comprehension, Auditory Processing, Who, What, When, Where, Why, YouTube, Video Games, Dinosaur, Minecraft