GAME NAME:

LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG

WOODS

LIL' HOUSE

WINTER DAYS AND WINTER

NIGHTS

WINTER

DAYS &

NIGHT

THE LONG RIFFLE

THE LONG

RIFFLE

CHRISTMAS

CHRIST

-MAS

SUNDAYS

SUNDAYS

TWO BIG BEARS

TWO BIG

BEARS

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

DEER MEAT

VENISON

CORN MEAL BREAD

JOHNNY CAKE

TO GIVE A BEATING. WHIP.

THRASHING

FIERCE OR WILD. UNTAMED

SAVAGE

TO SHAKE, USUALLY WITH

FEAR.

TREMBLE

TO FLOAT ON THE AIR.

HOVER

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

A SMALL ROOM WHERE

KITCHEN AND TABLE SUPPLIES

AND FOOD ARE KEPT.

PANTRY

THE FIRESIDE

HEARTH

A ROD USED TO CLEAN GUNS.

RAMROD

A COVERING OF LEATHER OR

HEAVY CLOTH FOR THE ANKLE

AND OFTEN THE LOWER LEG.

GAITER

THE PART OF THE ROOF THAT

HANGS OFF THE WALL.

EAVES

CHECKERED PATTERN USED

ON CLOTHES.

PLAID

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

A TREE OF THE WALNUT

FAMILY, FOUND MOSTLY IN

NORTH AMERICA. IT HAS NUTS

THAT CAN BE EATEN AND

WOOD THAT IS HARD AND

USEFUL.

HICKORY

A LOW BED THAT CAN SLIDE

UNDER ANOTHER BED.

TRUNDLE BED

THE WOODEN PART OF THE

GUN.  THE GUN HANDLE.

GUNSTOCK

A WAY OF TEACHING RELIGION

USING QUESTION AND ANSWER

FORMAT.

CATECHISM

A CASE OR CONTAINER THAT

IS MADE OF A MATERIAL

THROUGH WHICH A LIGHT CAN

SHINE AND BE PROTECTED.

LANTERN

A NARROW PART OF THE RIVER

THAT IS NOT DEEP AND CAN BE

CROSSED ON FOOT.

FORD

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

TO BURN SLOWLY AND WITH

SMOKE, BUT WITH LITTLE OR

NO FLAME.

SMOLDER

MIXED OR THROWN TOGETHER

IN A QUICK OR RANDOM WAY.

SCRAMBLED

A DEEP, NARROW VALLEY.

USUALLY CREATED BY

RUNNING WATER.

RAVINE

A FLAT-BOTTOMED IRON THAT

IS HEATED AND USED TO

PRESS CLOTHES.

FLATIRON

A LONG NARROW OPEN

CONTAINER USED FOR

SERVING FOOD OR WATER TO

ANIMALS.

TROUGH

TO REPAIR BY SEWING.

MEND

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

A DEVICE ON A DOOR,

WINDOW, OR LID MADE OF

TWO PIECES CONNECTED SO

THAT ONE PIECE CAN OPEN,

CLOSE, OR SWING UPON THE

OTHER.

HINGES

TO BEAT OR SHAKE IN A

CONTAINER TO MAKE BUTTER.

CHURN

TO GROWL AND SHOW TEETH

IN A THREATENING OR VICIOUS

WAY.

SNARL

DEEPLY SINCERE, SOMETIMES

BECAUSE RELIGIOUS IN

CHARACTER.

SOLEMNLY

TO LIE IN A COMFORTABLE

WAY NEXT TO SOMEONE OR

SOMETHING; CUDDLE.

SNUGGLE

A DEEP RED COLOR

CRIMSON

 CATEGORY:   

THE LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIGWOODS

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

THE "FULL NAME" OF THEAUTHOR OF THE LITTLE HOUSEIN THE BIG WOODS. SPELLINGCOUNTS! _____ ______ ______  

 Response:   

LAURA INGALLS WILDER

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 GAME NAME:

LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIG

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

FULL SIZE
CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

THE SUGAR SNOW

THE

SUGAR

SNOW

DANCE AT GRANDPA'S

DANCE AT

GRANDPA

GOING TO TOWN

GOING TO

TOWN

SUMMERTIME

SUMMER-

TIME

HARVEST AND THE

WONDERFUL MACHINE

HARVEST

1DERFUL

MACHINE

THE DEER IN THE WOOD

DEER IN

THE WOOD

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

TO DANCE WILDLY

JIGGING

A BABY DEER

FAWN

TO MOVE IN A ROUGH, JERKY

WAY.

JOLT

NOT BEHAVING OR OBEYING.

MISCHIEVOUS.

NAUGHTY

SILENTLY SHOWING ANGER.

GLOOMY.

SULLEN

TO MOVE FROM SIDE TO SIDE

LIKE A DUCK.

WADDLE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

AN UNDERGARMENT USED BY

WOMEN UNDER THEIR DRESS.

CORSET

NOT WRINKLED

UNRUMPLE

A GARDEN TOOL WITH A THIN,

FLAT BLADE AT THE END OF A

LONG HANDLE. IT IS USED FOR

BREAKING UP THE SOIL AND

REMOVING WEEDS.

HOE

TO EXPRESS ANGER OR BAD

HUMOR BY BEING QUIET.

SULK

LARGE, UGLY, AND SCARY.

MONSTROUS

TO DRAG SOMETHING HEAVY.

LUG

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE BACK OF THE HEAD.

NAPE

CAUSING GREAT FEAR;

TERRIBLE.

DREADFUL

TO FILL WITH GREAT SURPRISE

AND AMAZEMENT.

ASTONISH

TO COVER OR COAT WITH

GOLD.  A THIN GOLD LAYER.

GILT

A TOOL USED TO SHARPEN

KNIVES OR BLADES.

WHETSTONE

TO TRICK OR LIE TO SOMEONE.

DECEIVE

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

A BRASS MUSICAL

INSTRUMENT.

BUGLE

TO GO OR MOVE IN AN ABRUPT,

JERKY, IMPATIENT MANNER

FLOUNCE

THE THICK, SOLID PART OF

MILK USED TO MAKE CHEESE.

CURD

CORRECT OR PROPER BEYOND

WHAT IS NEEDED.

PRIM

BIG AND STRONG. FAT

STOUT

A FEMALE CALF THAT WOULD

GROW UP TO BE A COW.

HEIFER

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

AN ORNAMENT THAT LOOKS

LIKE A TWIG OR A SHOOT

SPRIG

HIGH-TOPPED, WATERPROOF

OVERSHOES.

GALOSHES

MANY THINGS LYING ON TOP

OF EACH OTHER. A PILE.

HEAP

THE WATERY PART OF MILK

THAT IS SEPARATED FROM

THE SOLID PART USED FOR

CHEESE.

WHEY

A SPOON WITH A LONG

HANDLE AND A DEEP BOWL

USED TO SERVE LIQUID.

LADLE

TO WALK IN AN UNSTEADY

WAY AS IF DRUNK OR DIZZY.

STAGGER

 CATEGORY:   

THE LITTLE HOUSE IN THE BIGWOODS

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

THE "FULL NAME" OF THEAUTHOR OF THE LITTLE HOUSEIN THE BIG WOODS. SPELLINGCOUNTS! _____ ______ ______  

 Response:   

LAURA INGALLS WILDER

JEOPARDY! is a registered trademark of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. © 2010 Jeopardy Productions, Inc. All Rights reserved. Classroom Jeopardy! © Educational Insights