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WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE? Summer of the Monkeys. Created by Mrs. Jensen. Build your fortune by answering multiple-choice questions correctly and moving up the ladder toward $1,000,000! Along the way, you have three lifelines: 1) 50:50, which eliminates two wrong answers

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the rules

Build your fortune by answering multiple-choice questions correctly and moving up the ladder toward $1,000,000!

Along the way, you have three lifelines:

1) 50:50, which eliminates two wrong answers

2) Ask a friend, which allows you to ask one person in class

3) Ask the Audience, which allows you to ask the entire class.

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 $300

2 $200

1 $100

The Rules

the rules3

If you answer a question incorrectly, another player will be chosen to complete the game.

If you reach the $1,000 or $32,000 level, you are guaranteed that amount even if you answer a question incorrectly.

All prizes are imaginary. However, a prize will be awarded to contestants at the end of the game. Of course, you’re also playing for pride.

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 $300

2 $200

1 $100

The Rules

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Put these events in order.

A. Pilgrims came to a new land.

B. Man walked on the moon.

C. Columbus discovered America.

D. George Washington became president.

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THE ANSWER:

C. Columbus discovered America.

A. Pilgrims came to a new land.

D. George Washington became president.

B. Man walked on the moon.

q the main character of this story is

15 $1 MILLION

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13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 $300

2 $200

1 $100

A. Jim Benny

B. Joe Lewis

Q. The main character of this story is

C. Jay Berry

D. James Benny

q the boy spends the summer finding what kind of animals

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 $300

2 $200

1 w $100

A. Rattlesnakes

B. Porcupines

Q. The boy spends the summer finding what kind of animals?

C. Monkeys

D. Hound Dogs

q who is the boy s favorite person

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. Uncle Joe

B. Grandpa

Q: Who is the boy’s favorite person?

C. The Old Man of the Mountain

D. Jimbo

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Q. Why were the animals lost?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. They left the zoo.

B. They wanted to go back to the jungle.

C. They loved living in trees.

D. They were in a train wreck.

slide12

Q: What is the name of the boy’s sister?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5 $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. Dorothy

B. Daisy

C Dolly

D. Debbie

slide13

Q:What kind of physical handicap did she have?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. She had a crippled leg.

B. She was blind.

C. She was deaf.

D. She could not speak.

slide14

Q: What was the father’s job?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. doctor

B. police

C. farmer

D. fireman

slide15

Q. What special place did the boy go to when he went out of town?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. A Railroad Station

B. A Jail

C. A Hospital

D. A Library

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Q: What fruit did the animals like best?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. Pineapples

B. Coconuts

C. Apples

D. Grapes

slide17

Q: How did the boy lose his pants?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10 $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. The monkeys took them when he was drunk.

B. He lost them in the wash.

C. His sister took them.

D. His father needed his pants.

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Q: What kind of ring did the family see on a clear day?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. A fairy ring

B. An earring

C. A wedding ring

D. A boxing ring

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Q: What will the boy do with the money he gets by catching the monkeys?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 $125,000

11 w $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. Buy a wagon for his dad.

B. Buy his sister some ribbons.

C. Buy a horse and a gun.

D. By his mother a new sink.

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Q: How does the boy finally catch the monkeys?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 $250,000

12 w $125,000

11 w $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. He uses a net.

B. He rescues them after a storm.

C. He hits them.

D. He uses traps.

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Q: How much money did the boy get for catching the monkeys?

15 $1 MILLION

14 $500,000

13 w $250,000

12 w $125,000

11 w $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. $1,000,000

B. $456

C. $1,000

D. $158

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Q. What does the boy really do with the money?

15 $1 MILLION

14 w $500,000

13 w $250,000

12 w $125,000

11 w $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

A. Buys 5 horses.

B. Buys 10 guns.

C. Pays for his sister’s operation.

D. Buys a horse and a gun.

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15 w $1 MILLION

14 w $500,000

13 w $250,000

12 w $125,000

11 w $64,000

10w $32,000

9 w $16,000

8 w $8,000

7 w $4,000

6 w $2,000

5w $1,000

4 w $500

3 w $300

2 w $200

1 w $100

Congratulations!

You’ve become a millionaire!

(at least in this little fantasy world we’ve created!)