Jeopardy Rocks

Jeopardy Rocks

Jeopardy Rocks is a free online tool for creating your own online Jeopardy style games. This is a great way to quiz students on material they should have learned. When you create a game, you enter a series of questions and answers under various topical headings and levels of difficulty.

For play, a player or team selects the category and difficulty level of a question they will try to answer. Players earn points that vary in value according to the difficulty level of questions.

Up to four teams or individual players can compete. Answers are not automatically scored. A player or team says their answer, then you can check it on the computer. If correct, the team gets a check mark. If incorrect they get and “x” mark.

It’s relatively simple to create a game and super easy to play. Jeopardy Games work well with just two students, but they are great fun for group classes and families.

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Instant Key

  • Suitable For: two or more players
  • Audience: grades 3-adult
  • Need For Parent/Teacher Instruction: varies
  • Prep Time Needed: only for creating a game
  • Teacher's Manual: N/A
  • Educational Approach: games
  • Religious Perspective: none

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