It’s the end of the year, and many teachers are preparing their students for some sort of test, whether it be state required, cumulative, or a unit test. As more and more schools are moving to 1:1 environments, many of which will be using Chromebooks, teachers are looking for different review games and activities besides the same Jeopardy PowerPoint template they’ve been using for years.
Below I’ve listed review game sites (yes, they’re Jeopardy!) that do not require the teacher to download a PowerPoint template, or download anything for that matter! Teachers create, save, and share their review games through the following websites. Check them out!
- This is an extremely simple jeopardy creator that allows the user to enter a title and a password for editing purposes. And, the games are created through a website, so…no need to download a PowerPoint template!
- Super Teacher Tools
- Another easy jeopardy creator! Super Teacher Tools also allows you to enter a password for editing purposes. The main difference with this tool is the option to embed videos, links, computer images as well as drawn images. The embed video process isn’t very user-friendly. However, it is a neat option nonetheless!
- Jeopardy Labs
- I have used this tool so many times, I almost don’t have to think it as I create my jeopardy template. Easily include questions and answers, and create a password to edit the game later. Be sure to save the link to your game! Users can easily create teams, and add and subtract points. Final jeopardy isn’t an option with this tool…if it is, I haven’t found it! Users can share the link to the game, as well as embed the game in a website or blog! Click here to access a game I created a few years ago, Legislative Lingo!