Monday, July 1, 2013

4th of July Jeopardy

We love to play Jeopardy on holidays at our facilities.  It's fun, easy to run, and super chill for the patients.  Here's the one I created for Independence Day!


Watch for more 4th of July activities posted later this week! :)

Declaration of Independence
American History
Fun Facts
Famous Americans
Who has the biggest signature on the Declaration of Independence?
John Hancock
When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
July 4, 1776
What is the national bird?
Bald eagle
What’s red, white, blue and green?
A seasick Uncle Sam!
Who was the first president of the US?
George Washington
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
Thomas Jefferson
In what year did the revolutionary war end?
How many hot dogs are consumed on the fourth of July in America?
150 million (1 for every 2 people)
What did the flag say to the other flag?
Nothing, it just waved!
What famous American discovered electricity?
 Benjamin Franklin
Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?
Who was the kind of England during the revolutionary war?
King George III
When was the first Fourth of July Party held at the White House?
Why did the duck say “Bang!”?
It was a fire-quacker!
Who wrote the words to the national anthem?
Francis Scott Key
How many people signed the Declaration of Independence?
Name one president that died on July 4th.
Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Moore
What do the seven points on the Statue of Liberty represent?
The seven continents of the world
Do they have a fourth of July in England?
Of course, that’ s how they get from   the 3rd to the 5th.
Who wrote the book “Common Sense” arguing that basic rights were mandatory for a functional government?
Thomas Paine
What are the first 7 words of the Declaration of Independence?
“When in the course of human events…”
In what war did the white house get burned down?
War of 1812 by the British
How many people were living in the US when it became a country?
2.5 million
Why did the British cross the Atlantic?
To get to the other tide.
Who wanted the turkey to be the national animal?
Benjamin Franklin

No comments:

Post a Comment