directions.docjeopardy- travel edition.ppt
The next unit my grade 1's will be working on is traveling (and some historic sites [depends on the class]. Since it is midterm week, I had some free time to work on the activities that will accompany my lessons in for the next couple of weeks.
The first one is a copy and paste job I did with one of David's Jeopardy PPT's. I would have no idea how to make that on my own (especially since the program is in Korean on my computer). Kudos for DD.
Manchester, New Hampshire is my hometown (more or less) so that question was sort of a freebie to my classes (probably not to yours).
I also threw in a Daily Double, because is it really Jeopardy without the Daily Double?
The second is a very basic giving directions worksheet. I will ask the students to write down some basic directions, and then have them either draw me a map, or move a magnet on a supplied map (I'll see how it goes). I considered making a PPT for this, but that seems a little overboard. It's nice to have a lesson that doesn't involve a computer.