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Jeopardy - Language Arts Skills
Address quotations, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar with an engaging game of Jeopardy! Elementary learners choose their categories and answer each question to the best of their knowledge.
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- Divide your class into groups for the game, or choose individual representatives
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