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Making Camp Premium Teacher Page

The ultimate teacher guide for using Making Camp Premium with your students.

Answer Keys for Game Challenges/Activities

  1. Numbers (Math)
  2. Life (Social Studies)
  3. Words (English Language Arts)

Game Overview

In this Great Plains-themed game, players practice multiplication and division skills while learning math problem-solving strategies, learn English Language Arts, and are  introduced to Ojibwe history. 

Customize your virtual wigwam by earning points solving math problems, learning English Language Arts (ELA), and exploring social studies in this village-building simulation game.

Recommended for Grades 3-5
Math: Multiplication and Division
History: Ojibwe (Chippewa), Great Plains
ELA: Idioms, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, homophones


Game the Game

Play Making Camp Premium on a PC, Mac or Chromebook using the Web Version. You can also download and play it on any device, iPad or Tablet, using the App Store or Google Play button.

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Student Logins

Each school operates differently. If you have not received student logins from your school, students may select their own (not recommended) or you can assign each student a username and password to use when they log in for the first time. This can be the same username and password they use for other applications at your school. We recommend the teacher or other school staff assign the usernames and passwords because students WILL forget and if they assigned their own, you’ll have no way of retrieving it.

You may receive individual logins generated for each student. These logins will either be:

  • Generated by 7 Generation Games and feature a combination of your school or teacher name and a number;
  • A student login your school has previously assigned to each student (usually, this is a school assigned student ID number).

You want to make sure that no logins are duplicated as the game uses the login to pick up on where the user left off.

We are able to identify user data based on the login, but we at no time will be able to identify who the individual user is. As a result, it is imperative on your end that your site maintains a list of the user logins and student names.

For example, we’ve had it come up in the past where a student can’t remember their login. On our end, we don’t know what login the school assigned any individual student.

Knowing what login is assigned to each student is also important for reading the student data reports, you will need to be able to reference the student’s assigned logins so that you can pair up each student with their data.


HOW TO PLAY THE GAME

Making Camp Premium involves simple point and click interactions, dragging draggable elements, and entering answers for math questions. For these questions, the player must input their answers in specified text boxes and click an ANSWER button to submit.

Making Camp Premium is a “choose your challenge” type of game, where players play at their own pace and can choose the subject of a challenge – Numbers (Math), Life (Social Studies/Culture), or Random (Math or Social Studies/Culture) – and then pick the actual challenge they want to play.

Making Camp Premium Main Menu

Once the player has earned two points, then they are able to trade those points for a wigwam by clicking on the wigwam icon.

After getting a wigwam, the player must complete more challenges to earn more points to trade for items.

Those items can then be used to decorate the player’s wigwam.

Answer Keys for Game Challenges/Activities

NUMBERS (Math)

All the challenges under NUMBERS are focused on math.

Memory Game – Multiplication

In this memory game, click on two cards to flip them over in order to find all the matching pairs before the music stops! Cards to be matched include images related to Ojibwe culture and multiplication problems from the 9 times table like 9×3, 9×4, and 9×9 that match with the cards 27, 36, and 81, respectively. Once a match has been made, the cards will disappear. Match all of the pairs to win the game!

Answer: The multiplication problems on the cards are random. However, examples of the multiplication problems to solve include:

9 x 2 = 189 x 3 = 279x 4 = 369 x 5 = 45
9 x 6 = 549 x 7 = 639 x 8 = 729 x 9 = 81

Dog Game

In this dog game, solve multiplication problems in order to earn your very own dog. Name your dog, feed your dog, give him a bone, and more – all by solving multiplication problems. To solve the multiplication problems, click inside the answer box (the light brown box) and enter your answer. Once you have typed in your answer, click on the answer button.

Answer: The multiplication problems are random. However, examples of multiplication problems to solve include:

4 x 4 = 167 x 3 = 218 x 6 = 48
10 x 5 = 5011 x 7 = 7711 x 12 = 132

Math Minute #1 – Multiplication

In this math minute game, click on squares with a multiplication problem (like 8×5) or an answer (like 40) and then click on the other square that completes the problem/answer pair. While playing, if your answer is right then both squares will turn gold and you’ll see the “Correct match!” message. If you answer is incorrect, the squares will remain white and you’ll see the “Incorrect match! You have # less than 4 tries left. Try again!” In this , you get 4 chances to get the right answer (that’s the number in the brown box). If you get 4 incorrect answers, you’ll lose the game.

Answer: The multiplication problems are random. However, examples of multiplication problems in the game include:

Multiplication ProblemAnswer Pair
9 x 436
8 x 1080
7 x 1177
9 x 12108
8 x 540
7 x 1284
6 x 1272

Math Minute #2 – Multiplication

In this math minute game, you’ll practice multiplication times tables 3 through 6. Click on the flashcard with a problem or answer and then click on its problem/answer match. Get all the answers correct on the first try to earn a point. If you get the answer correct, both flashcards will turn gold. If you get the answer incorrect, both flashcards will remain white. If you don’t get all the answers correct on the first try then you’ll have to redo the math minute game in order to continue.

Answer: The multiplication problems are random. However, examples of multiplication problems in the game include:

Multiplication ProblemAnswer Match
6 x 1060
6 x 848
9 x 545
5 x 420
6 x 1272
8 x 324
6 x 6 36

Division and Refrigerator Magnets

In this division magnets game, learn about Sam, a 16 year old Ojibwe boy, his life, and how he’s gathered his collection of refrigerator magnets. Then use Sam’s magnets to solve division problems.

While playing, click on “Get Problem” to get a division problem. Solve the division problem by dragging the the correct answer to the light blue box. If you get the correct answer, you’ll hear a “ding!” sound effect and a “Correct!” message. If you get answer incorrectly, you’ll hear a buzzer sound effect and a “Wrong” message and you’ll be able to get a problem again. After getting the correct answer, you’ll then be able to pick a refrigerator magnet to add to your collection. Click on the magnet you want and drag it to place it on the refrigerator.

Once you have placed your magnet on the refrigerator, you can click on the “More magnet problems” to solve more division problems and earn more refrigerator magnets or click on the “Back to Numbers” button to go back to the Numbers section to play a different math challenge.

Answer: The division problems are random. However, examples of division problems in the game include:

7 ÷ 7 = 14 ÷ 2 = 249 ÷ 7 = 7
35 ÷ 5 = 732 ÷ 4 = 821 ÷ 7 = 3

Snare Rabbits (Tic-Tac-Toe)

In this rabbits tic-tac-toe, click on the play button to view the “Snare Rabbits” introduction video. Then snare rabbits by solving multiplication problems.

Answer correctly and snare a rabbit. You’ll see a rabbit appear.

Answer incorrectly and you’ll see an empty snare.

Snare three rabbits in a horizontal line, vertical line, or diagonal line to win.

Answer: The multiplication problems are random. However, examples of multiplication problems to solve include:

8 x 7 = 567 x 11 = 77
9 x 3 = 275 x 7 = 35
6 x 7 = 422 x 12 = 24
4 x 9 = 369 x 9 = 81

Build A Model

In the “Build A Model” activity, click on the play button to view the “Build a Model” video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions. The first question requires that you build a model to answer the problem.

First “Build A Model” Question

You have 12 fish and 3 nets. Four fish can fit in each net. Players need to drag the correct amount of fish into each net to answer the problem.

Answer: Drag only 4 fish into each of the 3 nets.

If your answer is right then you will the “This is correct.” message and if it’s wrong, you’ll receive the “This is incorrect.” message. Whether your answer is correct or incorrect, you’ll be able to continue to the next question.

Second “Build A Model” Question

The second “Build a Model” question asks you which expression represents the model in the first question. Since you have 12 fish and 3 nets, you can divide the 12 fish evenly among the 3 nets which is the expression in answer option A. 12 ÷3. Also, the first questions tells you that you can fit 4 fish in each net. You have 3 nets, so that’s 4 fish times 3 nets which is represented in the expression in the answer option B. 4 x 3. However, since both answer options A and B are correct, then the actual correct answer for the second question is answer option E. Both A and B.

Answer: Answer Option E.

What’s the Word? Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Terms

In the “What’s the Word? Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Terms” activity, click on the play button to view the math terms video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a question. The question requires that you put to practice the information given on math terms in the viewed video.

“What’s the Word? Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication Terms” question

The question asks for the product of 11 and 6, which is 66. If you get the answer wrong, you’re asked to pick another movie. If you get it right, you receive a point and can move on to another movie.

Answer: The product is 66.

Problem Solving: Start at the End

In the “Problem Solving: Start at the End” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a question. Use the information from the video to help you answer the question.

“Problem Solving: Start at the End” question

The question after the video is “Mrs. Jones made 12 cookies. Eva, Millie and Cal each ate 3 cookies. How many cookies are left?” The video says to start at the end of the word problem in order to find the question you need to answer or the problem you need to solve.

In this case, the question to answer is “How many cookies are left?”. The word problem presents the information for the total number of cookies made which is 12 and the number of cookies eaten by Eva, Millie, and Cal each which is 3. From there, you can multiply 3 people (Eva, Millie, and Cal) times 3 cookies eaten by each for a total of 9 cookies eaten. Since there is a total of 12 cookies made but only 9 cookies were eaten, then 12 minus 9 equals 3, which is the amount of cookies left. If you get the answer wrong, you’re asked to pick another movie. If you get it right, you receive a point and can move on to another movie.

Answer: 3 cookies are left.

Problem Solving: Visualize

In the “Problem Solving: Visualize” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a question. Use the information from the video to help you answer the question.

“Problem Solving: Visualize” question

The question after the video says, “These 2 melons weigh the same as 8 apples. How many melons would weigh the same as 24 apples?” The best way to visualize how many melons would weigh the same as 24 apples is to add more apples to the 8 shown until you reach 24, keeping in mind that every 8 apples is the same as 2 melons.

Visualization for the “Problem Solving: Visualize” question

From the visualization above, you can see that 6 melons weigh the same as 24 apples. If you get the answer wrong, you’re asked to pick another movie. If you get it right, you receive a point and can move on to another movie.

Answer: 6 melons weigh the same as 24 apples.

What’s the Word? Division Terms

In the “What’s the Word? Division Terms” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a question. Use the information from the video to help you answer the question.

“What’s the Word? Division Terms” question

The question after the video shows a division problem and you are asked to identify what the number 7 is in the division problem. The number 7 is the number that you are dividing by, as explained in the video, which makes it the divisor.

Answer: Answer Option C.

Problem Solving: Throw It Out

In the “Problem Solving: Throw It Out” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a question. Use the information from the video to help you answer the question.

“Problem Solving: Throw It Out” question

You are presented a word problem and you have to identify the essential information, meaning the information left after throwing out the non-essential information. In the word problem, you have to figure out how much Sam paid for lunch for himself and his friend. So essential information in the word problem is the cost of both Sam’s lunch and Sam’s friend’s lunch.

Answer: Answer Option D.

Memory Game – Division

In this memory game, click on two cards to flip them over in order to find all the matching pairs before the music stops! Cards to be matched include images related to Ojibwe culture and division problems like 8÷2, 12÷6, and 56÷7 that match with the cards 4, 2, and 8, respectively. Once a match has been made, the cards will disappear. Match all of the pairs to win the game!

Answer: The division problems on the cards are random. However, examples of the division problems to solve include:

66 ÷ 11 = 648 ÷ 12 = 463 ÷ 7 = 949 ÷ 7 = 7
55 ÷ 11 = 535 ÷ 7 = 512 ÷ 6 = 256 ÷ 7 = 8
8 ÷ 2 = 430 ÷ 5 = 628 ÷ 7 = 418 ÷ 6 = 3

Math Minute #3 – Division

In this math minute game, you’ll practice division problems. Click on the flashcard with a problem or answer and then click on its problem/answer match. Get all the answers correct on the first try to earn a point. If you get the answer correct, both flashcards will turn gold. If you get the answer incorrect, both flashcards will turn red before turning back to white. If you don’t get all the answers correct on the first try then you’ll have to redo the math minute game in order to continue.

Answer: The division problems are random. However, examples of division problems in the game include:

28 ÷ 4 = 772 ÷ 6 = 12
36 ÷ 12 = 312 ÷ 6 = 2
25 ÷ 5 = 580 ÷ 10 = 8
24 ÷ 4 = 614 ÷ 7 = 2
27 ÷ 3 = 954 ÷ 9 = 6
108 ÷ 12 = 916 ÷ 4 = 4

Help Willow Find Her Way

In this challenge, first answer a word problem to help Willow find her way. Willow counts all of her steps, going to the woods and back, to help her find her way back to her wigwam. The number of steps in the word problem are random. However, you subtract the number of steps Willow has taken towards the woods before turning around from the total number of steps. The hint button will also provide the subtraction problem that needs to be solved to get the correct answer.

Answer: The subtraction problem that needs to be solved is random. However, examples of the subtraction problems that appear include:

498 – 299 = 199
700 – 350 = 350
366 – 167 = 199
877 – 278 = 599
500 – 250 = 250

After answering the first problem, then you can play a game. In the game above, you have to find Willow’s missing doll. Choose your difficulty. Then click on a bush to see what’s behind the bush.

If a number appears behind the bush then that number tells you how many bushes the correct bush is from that spot. Use the numbers to help you find the correct bush and Willow’s doll!

Perimeter of a Rectangle

In this challenge, find the perimeter of the rectangle, enter the perimeter, and click answer. Find as many of the rectangles’ perimeters as you can in one minute.

Answer: The sizes of the rectangles are random. However, examples of the perimeters for the rectangles are:

HeightWidthPerimeter ComputationPerimeter
101210 + 12 + 10 + 1244
656 + 5 + 6 + 522
8118 + 11 + 8 + 1138
7127 + 12 + 7 + 1238
9109 + 10 + 9 + 1038
898 + 9 + 8 + 934
12512 + 5 + 12 + 534
4104 + 10 + 4 + 1028

Caves and Ladders

Caves and Ladders Game Board

In the “Caves and Ladders” game, guide your character from square 1 to 100 by rolling the dice and answering both easy and harder division math questions to advance. Make sure to avoid any holes so that you don’t get sent back to the previous row. Advance and climb past the final row to win.

Answer: The division problems are random. However, examples of the division math problems are:

2 ÷ 1 = 23 ÷ 3 = 16 ÷ 3 = 220 ÷ 4 = 59 ÷ 3 = 333 ÷ 3 = 1136 ÷ 12 = 3
8 ÷ 2 = 436 ÷ 3 = 1249 ÷ 7 = 763 ÷ 7 = 950 ÷ 5 = 1060 ÷ 12 = 588 ÷ 11 = 8
96 ÷ 12 = 890 ÷ 10 = 9100 ÷ 5 = 20128 ÷ 8 = 16165 ÷ 15 = 11117 ÷ 13 = 9133 ÷ 7 = 19
144 ÷ 9 = 16238 ÷ 14 = 17306 ÷ 17 = 1824 ÷ 3 = 825 ÷ 5 = 542 ÷ 6 = 724 ÷ 3 = 8

Long Division

In the “Long Division” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions. Use the information from the video to help you answer the questions.

Possible First “Long Division” question

Answer: The division problems are random. However, examples of the division math problems are:

180 ÷ 6 = 3024 ÷ 2 = 12
140 ÷ 7 = 20195 ÷ 5 = 39
108 ÷ 3 = 36120 ÷ 8 = 15
99 ÷ 3 = 33175 ÷ 7 = 25
96 ÷ 4 = 24182 ÷ 7 = 26

The second question after the video asks you for the remainder of a division problem.

Answer: The division problems presented for the second question are random. However, here is a sample answer. The second question asks for the remainder. It will be a division problem similar to the first question. For example, for the first question you’re asked “What is 195 ÷ 5?” which the answer is 39 then in the second question you’ll be asked “What is the REMAINDER of 198 ÷ 5?”. Knowing that 5 divides evenly into 195 exactly 39 times, then you know that for 198 there will 3 left as a remainder since the difference between 198 and 195 is 3. Below is the second division worked out to see how you get 3 as a remainder.

Perimeter

In the “Perimeter” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to solve word problems where you find the perimeter. Use the information from the video to help you answer the questions.

Answer: There are three questions asked after the video.

QuestionsAnswer
The Bear Clan members were patrolling the village. The village is a rectangle 500 feet wide and 300 feet long. What is the total perimeter they should patrol?1600 feet
To dry a hide, Nookomis must stretch it so it fits tightly over a rectangle frame made of wood. To select the right size frame, she needs to know the perimeter. What is the perimeter of a frame that is 7 feet long and 4 feet wide?22 feet
Willow wants to put a fence around her garden to keep out rabbits. She needs to figure out the perimeter of the garden, so she knows how many feet of fence to build. Her garden is a square with 8 foot long sides. What is the perimeter of her garden?32 feet

Problem Solving: Estimating

In the “Problem Solving: Estimating” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions. Use the information from the video to help you answer the questions.

“Problem Solving: Estimating” first world problem

The first word problem asks you to estimate the number of total miles traveled by your family. Use the miles traveled per week given to make a good estimate of the total miles traveled.

Answer: 160 miles

“Problem Solving: Estimating” second word problem

In the second word problem, you are asked to estimate how much Ana spent on groceries using the given amounts spent on different items.

Answer: $40, $41, and $45

Division

In the “Division” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a few questions. Use the information from the video to help you answer the questions.

In the first question, you are asked to complete the division statement and make it true by dragging the correct numbers into the boxes. Use the related multiplication statement to complete the division statement.

Answer: The multiplication and division problems provided are random. However, examples of the problems provided are:

Multiplication StatementDivision Statement to CompleteCorrect Numbers
8 x 3 = 24 24 ÷ ____ = ____ 8 and 3
5 x 6 = 30 30 ÷ ____ = ____ 5 and 6
1 x 2 = 2 2 ÷ ____ = ____ 2 and 1
1 x 6 = 6 6 ÷ ____ = ____ 6 and 1
7 x 10 = 70 70 ÷ ____ = ____ 10 and 7
The second question is a fill in the blank with letters.

Answer: M U L T I P L I C A T I O N

The last question

For the last question, you have to solve a division problem.

Answer: The division problems provided are random. However, examples of the problems provided are:

16 ÷ 4 = 4 9 ÷ 3 = 3 3 ÷ 1 = 3
35 ÷ 7 = 5 3 ÷ 3 = 1 36 ÷ 4 = 9
54 ÷ 6 = 9 64 ÷ 8 = 8 15 ÷ 3 = 5

How to Solve Any Problem

In the “How to Solve Any Problem” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions. Use the information from the video to help you answer the questions.

“How to Solve Any Problem” question 1

Answer: Answer Option D.

“How to Solve Any Problem” question 2

Answer: Answer Option B.

Which Operation to Use

In the “Which Operation to Use” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to complete the matching activity. Use the information from the video to help you answer match the pairs correctly.

In the matching activity, match the phrase to the correct math operation to use.

Answer: The phrases appear randomly. However, the phrases that appear to match with its correct math operation include:

PhraseOperation to Use
How many moreSubtract
Groups altogetherMultiplication
Each personDivision
TotalAddition
How many lessSubtract
SplitDivision

Division with Remainders

In the “Division with Remainders” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

“Division with Remainders” first question

For the first question, solve a division problem.

Answer: The division problems are random. However, examples of the division problems included are:

76 ÷ 4 = 19 46 ÷ 2 = 23 39 ÷ 3 = 13 108 ÷ 3 = 36
222 ÷ 6 = 37 55 ÷ 5 = 11 168 ÷ 6 = 28 66 ÷ 3 = 22
88 ÷ 8 = 11 72 ÷ 4 = 18 45 ÷ 3 = 15 175 ÷ 7 = 25
150 ÷ 5 = 30 256 ÷ 8 = 32 48 ÷ 4 = 12 114 ÷ 6 = 19
116 ÷ 4 = 29 115 ÷ 5 = 23 78 ÷ 6 = 13 126 ÷ 7 = 18
“Division with Remainders” second question

Answer: The division problems presented for the second question are random. However, here is a sample answer. The second question asks for the remainder. It will be a division problem similar to the first question. For example, for the first question you’re asked “What is 126 ÷ 7?” which the answer is 18 then in the second question you’ll be asked “What is the REMAINDER of 127 ÷ 7?”. Knowing that 7 divides evenly into 126 exactly 18 times, then you know that for 127 there will 1 left as a remainder since the difference between 127 and 126 is 1. Below is the second division worked out to see how you get 1 as a remainder.

LIFE (Social Studies/Culture)

All the challenges under LIFE are focused on social studies/culture.

The Marten Clan

In the “The Marten Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

“The Marten Clan” first question

Answer: The fist image (top left-handed corner).

Answer: unafraid, quick, and good hunter

Traditional Ways to Catch Fish

In the “Traditional Ways to Catch Fish” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: C. Rods

Answer: B. plant fibers

Red River Cart

In the “Red River Cart” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: D. French

Answer: B. Wood and raw hide.

Bear Clan

In the “Bear Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: B. On the edge of the village.

Answer: D. their understanding of what plants and berries could be used for medicine.

Social Structure

In the “Social Structure” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: D. organization

Answer: C. the characteristics

Totems

In the “Totems” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, use the information in the video to complete an activity where you drag statements to “True” or “False” baskets.

Answer:

“A totem could be a supernatural creature.” & “The English word ‘totem’ comes from the Ojibwe language.” – TRUE

“The Ojibwe were the only culture that used totems.” & ” Totems are used to represent a single individual.” – FALSE

Crane Clan

In the “Crane Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: Chief

Note: A “Hint” button is also available with information about the Crane Clan that can help answer this question.

Answer: The crane in the bottom right hand corner.

Deer Clan

In the “Deer Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, use the information in the video to complete an activity where you drag true statements to a spot in the clearing.

Answer: True statements – “They looked out for others.” | “They were peacemakers.” | “They had a gentle nature.” | “They were considered kind.”

Fish Clan

In the “Fish Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: B. They were wise.

Answer:

“Members were trusted advisors.” & “They possessed wisdom.” – TRUE

“They were great fishermen.” & “They were canoe makers.” – FALSE

Turtle Clan

In the “Turtle Clan” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, you have to answer a couple of questions.

Answer: To come from the same family tree.

Note: The letter option may change, but the correct answer is always “To come from the same family tree.”

Answers: Patient and Wise

Word Memory Match

In the “Word Memory Match” activity, you have to click on a card to reveal the picture or action word, then try to match it with another card before time runs out.

Answers: The matched images and words are below.

Beadwork

Wedding

Canoeing

Making Fish Nets

Collecting Maple Syrup

Carrying baby in cradleboard

Cooking

Carrying Water

Drying Fish

Building a Canoe

Dancing

Dancing

Note: The card with the word “Dancing” can be matched to either of the images above.

Puzzle Game

In the “Puzzle Game,” you have to solve the puzzle by putting the pieces in the correct places to make a picture. Drag the pieces from the right side and drop it on the correct position on the left. Before starting the puzzle, you do have the option to choose your difficulty and if you want to rotate your pieces. If you choose to rotate the pieces you will have to rotate them so that they’re right side up to solve the puzzle. Click on the piece and use the “Clockwise” or “Counter Clockwise” buttons to rotate the puzzle pieces. Finally, you do have the option to use the “Hint” button which gives you a hint of what the picture looks like. It also tells you a fun fact about the picture.

Answers: Some of the completed images are below.

Wild Rice Game

In the “Wild Rice Game,” click start to listen to the story. You can always use the appropriate buttons to either rewind, pause, or resume the story. When you are done listening to the story, play the game, and earn points.

Wild Rice Game Directions

WORDS (English Language Arts)

All the challenges under WORDS are focused on English Language Arts.

Idioms

In the “Idioms” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, choose an idioms activity from the choices – Animal Idioms, Food Idioms, or Idioms Game.

Animal Idioms – this activity can also be accessed from the second screen under the “Words” section.

Click on an idiom and then click on its meaning to make a match.

Answers:

IdiomMeaning
Raining cats and dogsRaining very hard
A little bird told meI don’t want to say who told me
Quiet as a mouseSilent, without noise
Hold your horsesWait a minute; be patient
Bull in a china shopA clumsy person
You can’t teach an old dog new tricksIt’s hard for a person set in their ways to change
Have a bee in your bonnetTo be upset
Let the cat out of the bagTell a secret
The early bird gets the wormWhoever arrives first has the best chance of success

Food Idioms – this activity can also be accessed from the second screen under the “Words” section.

Click on one square – either one with an idiom or a definition. Then find the other square that completes the idiom/definition pair.

Answers:

IdiomMeaning Pair
Cry over spilt milk.Complain about something that happened in the past.
No picnicA hard time or task
Piece of cakeEasy
A taste of your own medicineTo be treated the way one has treated others, usually poorly
Easy as pieExtremely easy or simple
Eaten out of house and home.To consume a great deal of someone’s food.
Go bananasTo go crazy, get very excited
Everything but the kitchen sinkAlmost everything is included

Idioms Game – this activity can also be accessed from the second screen under the “Words” section.

Click on an idiom and then click on its meaning to make a match.

Answers:

IdiomMeaning
A place for everything and everything in its place.Things should be kept in order.
Get a move onTo begin, to act
Two heads are better than oneWhen two people work together, more things get accomplished
Under the weatherNot feeling well
Elbow roomSpace to move freely
Lose one’s temperTo get angry
Turn over a new leafTo change behavior and stop doing wrong or bad things
Back to the drawing boardGo back to the beginning and start over
To rock the boatTo cause trouble
Play it safeNot taking any risk
To save for a rainy daySave for the future
Don’t judge a book by its coverDon’t judge a thing by its appearance
In hot waterIn deep trouble
Big shotAn important or influential person
Keep your fingers crossedTo wish for good luck or success
Practice what you preachDo what you say other people should do
To ring a bellSomething you have heard before
Pitch inContribute to or help out

Homophones

In the “Homophones” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, complete an activity using what you learned about homophones.

Answers:

She used flour, sugar, butter and eggs to make a cake in the shape of a flower.

After you write the answer, check to make sure it is right.

He wanted to see all the boats out on the sea.

He is the one who won the race.

Alex did not hear the teacher when she said to put the books here.

I had a hole in my pants the whole day.

After four days, we will determine if we should stay for more time.

I did not tie her shoelaces in a knot.

The knight fought the dragon late into the night.

The homophones activity can also be accessed using this icon from the second screen under the “Words” section. Note: Using this icon does not give the option to view the video.

Antonyms

In the “Antonyms” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, complete an activity using what you learned about antonyms.

AntonymIts Match
wrongright
smallbig
addsubtract
nightday
shortlong
yesno
fewmany
multiplydivide
easyhard
startend
firstlast
fullempty
lowhigh
updown
thickthin
losewin
beforeafter
hotcold
oddeven
darklight
moreless
badgood
cruelkind
youngold

The antonyms activity can also be accessed using this icon from the second screen under the “Words” section. Note: Using this icon does not give the option to view the video.

Synonyms

In the “Synonyms” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, complete an activity using what you learned about synonyms.

Drag the synonyms of the words at the top into the nests in one minute. If your answer is correct, the eggs will hatch.

Answers:

Featured word (Word at the top)Synonyms to drag to nests
FastSpeedy, Quick, Rapid
LargeBig, Gigantic, Enormous
NicePleasant, Sweet, Kind
FatOverweight, Thick, Stout
RareNot Typical, Unusual, Uncommon
BadTerrible, Awful, Not Good
GreatFantastic, Fabulous, Wonderful
AngryMad, Livid, Furious
SmartBright, Clever, Intelligent
StrangeWeird, Unusual, Odd
LittleItty Bitty, Tiny, Small
TaleFable, Story, Yarn

The synonyms activity can also be accessed using this icon from the second screen under the “Words” section. Note: Using this icon does not give the option to view the video.

Homonyms

In the “Homonyms” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, complete an activity using what you learned about homonyms.

Click on the boxes that are a definition for the word shown at the top. If your answer is correct, you’ll see a smiling uncle. If you are wrong, you’ll just see a broken frame.

Answers:

Word at the TopDefinition Answers
addressto write the location and name on an item to be delivered, the numbers and street name used to describe the location of a building, to speak to someone
faira type of community festival that has rides, animals, music, food and events, to follow the rules, a term used to describe light skin or hair color
boarda flat piece of wood, a group of people who run a large organization, to get on a vehicle such as a bus or plane
leadthe starring role in a play, a heavy metal element, to be in command or in charge
keyan object used to open and close a lock, a section on a map that explains what symbols mean, an important part of doing something

The homonyms activity can also be accessed using this icon from the third screen under the “Words” section. Note: Using this icon does not give the option to view the video.

Parts of Speech Activity

In the “Parts of Speech” activity, click on the play button to view the video. After viewing the video, complete an activity using what you learned about parts of speech.

Drag the words into the right fishing net. If your answer is right, the fish will be caught. If wrong, the fish escapes.

Answers:

Parts of SpeechFish (words) to Drag to Net
Noungoose, toaster, book, lake, sister, bus, shoe, teacher, necklace, planet
Adjectiveprickly, cold, sleepy, hot, hard, sticky, ugly, silly, small, quick
Verbeat, irritate, speak, write, create, multiply, inspire, subtract, investigate, solve

Anagrams

In the “Anagrams” activity, click on a word from the left or right column, and then click on its match.

Answers:

Anagram Pairs
drapes & spread
kitchen & thicken
parent & entrap
listen & silent
north & thorn
scholar & chorals
potion & option
pore & rope
melon & lemon
palm & lamp
rotates & toaster
teach & cheat
attic & tacit
serve & verse
glider & girdle
treats & taster
report & porter
trucks & struck
study & dusty
rockets & restock
bake & beak
testing & setting
buns & snub
tutor & trout
research & searcher
friend & finder
campers & scamper
garden & danger
night & thing
read & dear

Parts of Speech Game

In the “Parts of Speech Game”, drag the proper word to complete the sentence. Then drag the correct part of speech for that word and place it at the end of the sentence.

Answers:

Word to Complete SentenceCorrect Parts of Speech for Word
weighsverb
fishverb
fawnnoun
smalladjective
coldadjective
journeynoun
screamedverb
messyadjective
huntedverb
rapidlyadverb
stealthilyadverb
carefullyadverb
domedadjective
historynoun
dancedverb

Right or Wrong Words

In the “Right or Wrong Words” activity, click the phrase in the sentence that has a spelling or grammatical error in it.

Answers:

Misspelled Words

In the “Misspelled Words” activity, drag the word to their baskets. If the word is spelled correctly, place it in the TRUE basket. If it is misspelled, place it in the FALSE basket.

Answers:

TRUEFALSE
favoritewieght
throughfinaly
learnallmost
friendrihgt
becausefavorate
beautifulreelly
whirlpoolthrugh
streambeutiful
everybodyhapened
receiveevrybody
swimmingbecuase
thirdlern
purplepurpel
reallybecom
aroundfolow
againstreem
moneychangging
almosthurryed
rightarond
alwaysfreind
differentchildrin
broughtpumkin
weightballon
thoughtwirlpool
hurriedallways
followskweek
thurd
agin

Hangman

In the “Hangman” activity, click on letters to guess the word in the pink box. Don’t let the crows reach the image of the veggies or you lose. A scarecrow will slowly build up as you guess the correct letters.

Choose a Hangman Game (Note: For the Geography Hangman also choose your difficulty.)

Answers:

HangmanWord Answers
GeographyEASY – forest, river, island, mountains, desert
HARD – lagoon, estuary, confluence, peninsula, tributary, tundra,
Antonymssynonym, collect, difficult, question, dangerous, shallow
Homonymsbass, wound, second, tear, address, perfect
Synonymsgigantic, gleeful, delicious, chilly, battle, flame

Accessing Data Reports

Once your students have their student logins set up and they’ve used them to play Making Camp Premium, then you can access their data/progress reports. Click on the link below to go directly to the reports site.

Data Reports

In order to access the data reports site, you have to create your teacher account on the site and then add your students’ logins (username only). After that you’ll be able to access their data/progress reports for Making Camp Premium.

To help you create your teacher account and get set up on the reports site, follow the steps in the Google Slides presentation or view the video below.

Data Reports Setup for Teachers