# That's Baloney

Well make a sandwich and call me to lunch! This game looks like a slab of lunch meat, but look closer, it's really a delicious game loaded with meaty questions for your kids. Serving size: 2-6 players. Ingredients: language arts, math, science, social studies and mystery meat (random topics.) Contains: 100 cards, spinner, directions and answer key. Players spin and draw a card. Bologna-shaped cards have 6 questions on them. They ask the question according to the spinner, while other players determine if it is true or false (baloney!) Players earn points for correct answers. Consult the answer key if needed. Here are a few sample statements from Grade 2. Language arts: The word "city" is a noun. The index is the list of chapters and the pages at the beginning of a book. An interrogative question always ends in an exclamation point. Math: Add 2 quarters, 3 dimes, and 6 pennies and you get a dollar. May is the 5th month of the year. The number 475 could be written as 400+70+5. Science: All plants and animals need food, water and air. Light travels around the surface of the earth in curved lines. Insects have 3 main body parts - head, chest and abdomen. Social Studies: North and South America are connected by Central America. A globe is a map of Earth in a round shape. The cardinal directions are north, east, south and west. Mystery Meat: There are 292 ways to make change for a dollar in coins. What we call 3:00pm is 15:00 in military time. George Washington was the only President not to live in the White House. What do you think? True or Baloney? There really is a lot of academic value in here, and that's no baloney! ~ Sara

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