Whether teaching remotely or in person, this PowerPoint is a fun way to review what students remember after reading or listening to Holes by Louis Sachar. It includes a six-category game board with 30 clues and answers, optional theme music on each slide, and a final Jeopardy question. I project it on the big screen and let everyone participate using their lap boards, but it can also be played in teams. Teachers have also used this as a remote learning activity. It's easy to jump between categories and each slide that has already been used shows up in red. Because it is a PowerPoint, it is editable if you want to tweak some questions. Categories include: Where It Happened; Nicknames; Injuries & Illnesses; Creatures Great & Small; Food & Drink; and Who Said It?. It's a great way to celebrate the end of a book!
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