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  1. Al Capone Does My Shirts Mrs. White * 6th Grade Language Arts * Summer Reading

  2. Jeopardy Who’s Who? major characters Story Elements Who Said That? Fact or Fiction? Who’s Who? minor characters $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. $100 He is expected to baby-sit his sister after school even though he would rather play baseball. Moose Flanagan

  4. $200 This character starts a laundry service for the children at her school. Piper Williams

  5. $300 She throws temper tantrums and has screaming fits if she can’t have her way because she is autistic Natalie Flanagan

  6. $400 This character is determined to find a cure for Natalie’s disease Mrs. Flanagan

  7. $500 This character feels that he was born to be a responsible person. Moose Flanagan

  8. $100 This big rock sits in San Francisco Bay where most of the story takes place Alcatraz Island

  9. $200 The genre of a story based on history, is set in a real place, and includes some real people among its characters Historical fiction

  10. $300 Because of this national economic problem, many people, including Mr. Flanagan, struggled to find a job in 1935. Great Depression

  11. DAILY DOUBLE

  12. $400 It happened on Friday, January 4, 1935. Moose moved to Alcatraz Island

  13. $500 One of the two reasons why the Flanagans moved to Alcatraz Because of Mr. Flanagan’s job or so that Natalie could go to a special school

  14. $100 “Why did the chicken cross the road? His buttons rolled to the other side.” Natalie Flanagan

  15. $200 “Done!” Al Capone

  16. $300 “We have rules here. Laws you must obey or you could endanger yourself and everyone else on this island.” Warden Williams

  17. $400 “Do you have any idea what you’re doing to us? To Mom and Dad? You’re making them old. They worry about you all the time. At least you can try. At least you can do that. Sometimes I think you don’t even try and I hate you for it…” Moose Flanagan

  18. $500 “Natalie lives in her own world. Sometimes it’s a good world and sometimes it’s a bad world. And sometimes she can get out and sometimes she can’t.” Theresa Mattaman

  19. $100 Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko Fiction

  20. $200 Families of the Alcatraz prison staff lived on the same island as the convicts. Fact

  21. $300 The Flanagan Family Fiction

  22. $400 Children who lived on Alcatraz Island took a ferry boat to school each day Fact

  23. $500 Autism is a disease that affects the way your brain and sensory system work Fact

  24. $100 They did the laundry for everyone on Alcatraz Island The convicts

  25. $200 He and Natalie hold hands in the yard while Moose is searching for a baseball AZ 105 (Onion)

  26. $300 This character promises to keep working with Natalie to help her learn to cope with reality and stop retreating into her own world Mrs. Kelly

  27. $400 He changed the day of the baseball games to Tuesday so that Moose could play. Scout

  28. $500 She gets to know, understand, and become friends with Natalie Theresa Mattaman

  29. FINAL JEOPARDY Story Elements - Setting

  30. Al Capone Does My Shirts, set in 1935 at Alcatraz, begins in this month and ends in this month. January and June