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1 Inferences and Drawing Conclusion Ms. Braaten Rags to Riches Top 100
Try to become a millionaire! You will need to read the information given to you. Then, draw a conclusion or make an inference about the passage.
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2 What Can You Infer? Jaimee Pop-ups Top 100
Infering means to take what you know and make a guess. Read the following situations and pick which answer you could infer.
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3 Antonym & Synonym Jeopardy Mary Brannon Challenge Board Top 100
The questions cover basic antonyms and synonyms for 1st-5th graders. Answers are all ONE WORD responses.
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4 Homographs Tracy Boyd Challenge Board Top 100
Homographs are words with more than one definition. Guess which homograph is being described. Example: something used with a hammer OR part of your finger or toe. Answer: nail.
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5 Main Ideas! Ms. Braaten Battleship Top 100
Work to sink your opponent's ships by answering questions about the main ideas of a passage.
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6 Idioms Galore Ms. Meridith Hakes Challenge Board 
Animal, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Body Idioms jeopardy game with sentence/context cues. Please try to write in complete phrases.
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7 Pronoun Poppers Lonn Swanson Pop-ups 
Select the right pronoun to complete this sentence. Say it out loud to yourself or another person!
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8 Main Idea Jeanan Al-Haddad Rags to Riches 
Read the paragraphs and choose the best main idea. The main idea is the most important thing about a story. Think about what is happening and gather information (who, where, when, what, why). *Some taken from "100 Listening Primary."
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9 Language Jeopardy for Middle School Miss Sanderson Challenge Board 
Answer questions about: Synonyms, Antonyms, Categories, Multiple Meaning Words, & Analogies
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10 Inferences Ms. Braaten Rags to Riches 
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11 Language Jeopardy Ms. Braaten Challenge Board 
Play this game to learn about antonyms, synonyms, multiple meaning words, categories, and analogies.
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12 Multiple Meaning Words Lonn Swanson Quiz 
You will be given a word. See if you can figure out all the meanings of that word. Be careful! This one takes practice.

This quiz contains 10 questions chosen from a bank of 20.
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13 Reading Comprehension - "Wh" Questions Mrs. Katz Rags to Riches 
Read the paragraph and answer the questions. Be careful to answer the "WH" question asked.
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14 Categories Jeopardy angela dods Challenge Board 
Use /r/ words to answer questions. Practice you best articulation skills
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15 Social Skills Jaimee Rags to Riches 
Answer the following questions about using good social skills at school and with our friends.
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16 "If...then" Completions Ms. Meridith Hakes Challenge Board 
These open-ended statements help to build associations and form connections! This cause and effect game is not only educational, but fun as well!
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17 Test Taking Vocabulary Ms. Braaten Columns 
Learn what information your teachers are really asking you for on those essay questions. Do you know how they want you to answer these questions. How about the difference between compare/contrast or justify/evaluate? Try matching the test taking...
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18 Conjunction-itis Popup Lonn Swanson Pop-ups 
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19 All about Spring Mary Brannon Challenge Board 
Answer Spring questions concerning: Holidays, environmental changes, baby animals, and sports. Geared for older elementary age.
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20 Final /th/ Anatomy & Physiology Hangman 
All of the hidden words here contain the /th/ sound at the end. Good luck!
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21 Multiple Meaning Words Ms. Braaten Challenge Board 
Play the game and see if you can figure out which word is being described by the two definitions given to you!
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22 Idioms from context Ginny Kruschel Rags to Riches 
Choose best explaination of idiom's meaning.
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23 AWESOME ANALOGIES! Tracy Boyd Challenge Board 
Figure out why the first pair of words go together so that you can finish the second word pair. For example, "Cat is to MEOW as dog is to ______.(bark)
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24 Vocabulary Recall Mary Broderick Challenge Board 
Read the description of an item in a category and write it in! A "Jeopardy" type game to help improve the ability to recall of common words for one or two players. There are 20 questions in 14 categories for a new game each time. Categories...
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25 Middle School Language Game Mrs. Katz Challenge Board 
These words will expand your vocabulary and help you in school
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26 Language Jeopardy 2 Ms. Braaten Challenge Board 
Synonyms, Antonyms, Categories, Analogies, Words with Multiple Meanings are categories for this language task.
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27 Problem Solving Carolyn Dixon Java Game 
Match the problem to the solution.
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28 Final vocalic R words Ms. Trout Challenge Board 
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29 Language Jeopardy Mrs. Katz Challenge Board 
Play this game to learn about antonyms, synonyms, multiple meaning words, categories, and analogies.
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30 Inference - Pragraphs Ms. Yeager (Yay-Grr) Pop-ups 
When read a paragraph the student will infer or make a guess.
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31 /r/ articulation- initial, post-vocalic, and blends Mrs. Lingenfelter Challenge Board 
initial /r/, post-vocalic /r/, and /r/ blends articulation
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32 Inference Ahead! Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Read the short description. See if you can infer an implied or hidden message in each of the following selections. Choose the best answer.
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33 Idioms Engaged! Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Learn idioms during a game of Battleship! Choose what each idiom means correctly to get a "hit".
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34 Guess the /s/ words Gina Meyer Challenge Board 
Students answer questions with words containing the /s/ sound in all positions.
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35 Idioms!!! Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Use the context of the sentence to determine what the bolded word/phrase means.
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36 R Battleship game Gina Meyer Battleship 
Guess the /r/ words given some clues. Remember all of the answers have an /r/ sound in them.
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37 Grammar Parts Challenge Lonn Swanson Challenge Board 
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38 It's in the past Carol Casserly Challenge Board 
Complete these sentences with irregular past tense verbs. Suitable for primary grades and ESL students.
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39 Christmas Jeopardy Mary Brannon Challenge Board 
Test your knowledge of Christmas songs, vocabulary, December holidays, decorating, and the night before Christmas in this challenging game!
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40 Social Skills (Created by James and Daniel) Mr. T Rags to Riches 
Issues with changing the subject of a conversation.....1. Going on tangents 2. innappropriate changes 3. body language 4. eye contact etc.
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41 NAME THE CATEGORY! GAME #1 Tracy Boyd Challenge Board 
Read the 3 items and decide on what category they belong to. All answers are just one word. This activity is appropriate to use during speech/language therapy focusing on expressive language and vocabulary. Have fun!!!
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42 Super Problem Solver Jaimee Rags to Riches 
Pick the best solution to the following problems.
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43 INTERESTING IDIOMS Tracy Boyd Challenge Board 
See if you can come up with the last word of each idiom. An idiom is an expression such as, "Put your foot in your mouth", "rock the boat", and "his bark is worse than his bite". Each correct answer earns 100 points.
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44 Expected and Unexpected Behaviors Ms. Yeager (Yay-Grr) Battleship 
From Social Thinking from Michelle Garcia Winner. Students will identify if the behavior is expected or unexpected.
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45 *FAMILY FUED* Challenge Board Ms. Williamson Challenge Board 
Play Family Fued while working on, categorizing, naming and basic concept skills.
I surveyed my students using 5 questions, I collected their responses and chose the top 5 answers to each question(Just like the game show!) See if you can guess the...
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46 5th grade reading vocab Ginny Kruschel Rags to Riches 
vocabulary definitions, synonyms, atonyms
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47 Following Direction Vocabulary Ginny Kruschel Quiz 
Choose the correct meaning for the direction following words.

This quiz contains 14 questions.
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48 Are you hungry for these IDIOMS? : Idioms involving food -- Rags to Riches 
Choose the correct letter that tells what each idiom means in each sentence.
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49 Wh-questions - Challenge Carolyn Dixon Challenge Board 
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50 Language Lotto for Middle School Ms. Braaten Rags to Riches 
Answer these questions about comprehension, fact/opinion, vocabulary, etc. to see how much you are understanding when reading or listening. See if you can become a millionaire. There are numerous questions which allows for many different times to...
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51 It's Not Important: Recognizing Nonsalient Details in Stories Jaimee Rags to Riches 
Read the short stories. Choose which answer is not important to the main idea of the story.
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52 Synonyms for Middle School Mrs. Katz Java Game 
A synonym is a word that means almost the same thing as another word. Find the two words that are almost the same.
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53 "R" final position activities: Flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search. Michelle Harvey Java Game 
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54 Synonyms Rags to Riches Amy Abdai Rags to Riches 
Find the synonym for each word. Good luck!
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55 WH-Questions KWassenberg Challenge Board 
Answer these questions to become a champion!
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56 Irregular Plural Nouns - challange board Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Challenge Board 
Type the correst irregular plural noun for the singular noun given.
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57 Irregular plurals Lonn Swanson Pop-ups 
Plurals are words that mean more than one thing. In the english language, an -s is usually added to make a plural (dog/dogs). However, plurals are made in other ways, like adding -es (mix/mixes); changing a y ending to an -ies (city/cities); making...
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58 Antonyms (Middle School) Jeanan Al-Haddad Challenge Board 
Antonyms at middle school/high school level.
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59 Main Idea Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Pop-ups 
What is the main idea of the story?
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60 Who Wants to be an "R" Millionaire? Mrs. Berg Rags to Riches 
Answer these question about these "R" phrases to become a millionare.
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61 The Language of Listening Game Ms. Meridith Hakes Challenge Board 
You can listen for fun/enjoyment, to hear how someone else is feeling, for directions and to gather information, and to evaluate if what you hear is real or absurd. Inspired by "125 Ways to be a Better Listener" by Linguisystems
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62 Playing with Synonyms (2nd Grade +) Ms. Meridith Hakes Challenge Board 
Learning synonyms helps us to improve our reading and speaking skills! Challenge: use a new word today! Have fun!
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63 Parts of Speech Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Challenge Board 
Find the parts of speech in each of the simple sentences.
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64 Idioms Quiz: The Colors of Language Lonn Swanson Quiz 
See if you can match the idiomatic expression used here with its real meaning!

This quiz contains 10 questions.
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65 Auditory Closure Carolyn Dixon Rags to Riches 
Choose the correct word to complete the following sentences.
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66 Facts and Opinions Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Read the information and determine what to believe (fact) and what is really just an opinion.
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67 Categories Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Challenge Board 
animals, colors, shapes, food, school
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68 Calendar Challenge Lonn Swanson Challenge Board 
See if you can find the correct names of days, weeks, months, seasons or other words to describe time!
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69 S and Z Battleship Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Play Battleship and guess the words with /s/ and /z/!
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70 Associations Ginny Kruschel Challenge Board 
Categorize words by shape, color, place, action
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71 Idioms from context Ms. Braaten Rags to Riches 
Choose best explaination of idiom's meaning.
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72 TH Battleship! Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Play battleship as you work on the /th/ sound in all positions of the word.
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73 Antonyms & Synonyms K-1 Mrs. Tydings Challenge Board 
Simple antonyms and synonyms and a mixed category.
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74 Categories Mrs. Butler Challenge Board 
Test your knowledge of holidays, colors, shapes, clothing and farm animals.
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75 What am I? Amy Abdai Challenge Board 
Choose a question in any category. Type in your answer to the riddle. Good luck!
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76 Antonyms: Opposites! (2nd grade +) Ms. Meridith Hakes Challenge Board 
Can you mix around the letters in the word "antonym" to find the word "not"? It's there! Do you see it? Antonyms are words that are NOT similar. They are opposites.
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77 Fluency quiz Mary Brannon Quiz 
Demonstrate an understanding of the strategies to improve fluency

This quiz contains 10 questions.
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78 Idioms from context Mrs. Butler Rags to Riches 
Choose best explaination of idiom's meaning.
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79 Synonym Challange Board Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Challenge Board 
Find the Synonym
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80 WHEN Questions! #2 Jaimee Pop-ups 
Think about "WHEN" these people are doing things!
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81 ANALOGIES CHALLENGE Lonn Swanson Challenge Board 
Find the word that correctly completes the analogies given!
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82 Mixed activity for r, r blends, s,z, s blends, l, l blends Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Hangman 
Activity for r, r blends, s,z, l, l blends
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83 Idioms, Multiple Meanings, and Homophone/graphs Deann Springer Challenge Board 
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84 Springtime Hangman Melinda Grossman, M.S., CCC-SLP Hangman 
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85 Idioms Hangman B2 Peregrine White Hangman 
21 common idioms
Use after Concentration B2
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86 Analogies- 2 Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Rags to Riches 
Find the correct analogies - made by 4th graders.
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87 Artic - "sh" "ch" "j" initial position picture match-up games. Mrs. Ramsay Java Game 
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88 Antonyms Analysis Lonn Swanson Quiz 
Choose the word that means the opposite of the words given from a choice of four possible words!

This quiz contains 25 questions chosen from a bank of 50.
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89 /r/ all postions and blends Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Pop-ups 
Initial, medial, final /r/ and /r/blends pop up activity created by my fourth graders.
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90 Find the Details! Ms. Braaten Battleship 
Read the sentence/main idea. Look at all four choices and find the best sentence that supports the main idea.
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91 "Wh" Questions: Who Mrs. Butler Battleship 
Improve your language skills while you sink your enemy's ships!
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92 r and r blends Mrs. Dettbarn, Mrs. D. Battleship 
Answer the question with a r or r blend word (initial position).
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93 "L" initial position Battleship Michelle Harvey Battleship 
Use your good "l" sound as you say each target speech word.
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94 END of the YEAR JEOPARDY/LET'S MAKE A DEAL Ms. Williamson Challenge Board 
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95 Name that Category KWassenberg Challenge Board 
Try to figure out what category each group of things beliongs to.
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96 Clothing Jeopardy Mary Brannon Challenge Board 
Name the types of clothing described in these categories: winter clothing; summer clothing; jewelry; shoes; special occasions.
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97 S and Z hangman Ms. Braaten Hangman 
Try to figure out these words with /s/ or /z/ in them before you get all your body parts on the hanging post.
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98 supER ER words -- Java Game 
If you are working on this sound in speech try these games.
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99 It's Not Important: Identifying Non-Salient Details in Stories #2 Jaimee Rags to Riches 
Read each story and find the unimportant detail that doesn't support the main idea.
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100 "Ch" final position activities: Flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search. Michelle Harvey Java Game 
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