A fun and exciting way for students to review Area and Perimeter. This game is similar to a Jeopardy Game where students will answer the questions to earn points! This game puts a little twist on regular Jeopardy by turning it into what I call "Jailbreak Jeopardy". The students must work to answer the questions before the Math Thief gets away! The team with the most points, puts the Math Thief back in jail and wins the reward! (I usually provide students with a math pencil or treat as the reward for the team with the most points) Jeopardy game includes 26 questions with one being a Daily Double Question (usually a tricky question) and one being a Final Jeopardy Question where all teams can answer. This product includes a separate worksheet where teams can create their team names, add up their points, and show their Math work while the play the game.
Area and Perimeter Jeopardy Categories Include:
Area (of rectangles, of grids, with missing sides, decomposing area)
Perimeter (of rectangles, of polygons, of grids, with missing sides)
Creating Rectangles (Identifying rectangles using area and perimeter)
Area and Perimeter Word Problems
Area and Perimeter Mix
MATH VA SOL:
SOL 3.9d, 3.10a, 3.10b,
3.MD.C.6, 3.MD.C.7, 3.MD.C.7.B, 3.MD.C.7.C, 3.MD.C.7.D, 3.MD.D.8
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