Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}

Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game {Editable}
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Classifying Matter Jeopardy: This highly visual and editable Jeopardy game will have your students fully engaged and asking for more review activities like it. It contains 4 categories of questions and 20 questions in total.

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Classifying Matter Editable Lesson Bundle for 35% OFF.

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(1) matter, particles
(2) pure substances
(3) elements (atoms, diatomic molecules) and examples
(4) compounds (molecules, fixed proportions) and example
(5) mixtures
(6) homogeneous mixtures (solutions, alloys) and examples
(7) heterogeneous mixtures (phases)
(8) mechanical mixtures
(9) suspensions



There are many Jeopardy PowerPoint games out there, most made from simple templates. Most of them lack essential features that would make the game more educational and fun to play. I have designed my own Jeopardy PowerPoint from scratch (not using someone else’s template), adding features that make my Jeopardy PowerPoints much more interesting and user friendly than the rest (see below for these features).



I have also designed my game so that when a question value is clicked, a question comes up and the students have to provide an answer. This is not like real Jeopardy which is the other way around. Some students find constructing a question from an answer too difficult even if they know the answer (especially ESL learners). This prevents them from being able to participate fully so I have decided that my Jeopardy PowerPoints will be question first, followed by the answer. I have found that this makes the game more inclusive.



(1) Sound effects: Jeopardy theme song, timer count down sound, buzzer sound for time out, jeopardy think song for final jeopardy and double jeopardy sound have all been included to add some fun to the game.

(2) Lots of images: Almost all Jeopardy PowerPoints lack diagrams in their questions or answers. I include many diagrams for illustrating science concepts and to help students correct and understand their mistakes when they get a wrong answer. It also makes the game much more visually engaging.

(3) Time with buzzer: I added a 8 second buzzer that activates after you read the question. This makes the game run much more smoothly.

(4) Timer with buzzer for Final Jeopardy: There is also a 32 second timer with the “think song” for Final Jeopardy. This timer makes the game more authentic, interesting and fun.

(5) Color coded categories: Each category title is done in a different color and each category question under a category has the same border color to match. This helps with the visual organization of the game board.

(6) Categories and question dollar values are displayed on the question slide: I have found that in the excitement to play, students often forget the category or question value once it comes time to answer their chosen question. I have included both the category and question value in the upper right-hand corner of the question slide to remind them.

(7) Answers are on the same page as the questions: Most Jeopardy games put the answers to the questions on a separate slide. Instead of doing that, I put the answers on the same slide so that students can relate the answers back to the questions asked. The ability to reference the question helps during the correction of wrong answers.



This product is a part of The Classifying Matter Editable Lesson Bundle containing 8 editable resources on the classifying matter. When you purchase the bundle, you are getting a comprehensive set of tools to teach and engage all types of learners. You also get 35% OFF all the items. This means you only pay $15.60 instead of $24.00 which is the cost of all the products when purchased individually.

► All of the Products in this Bundle:

(1) Classifying Matter - PowerPoint To watch this CLICK HERE.
(2) Classifying Matter - PowerPoint Worksheet
(3) Classifying Matter - Review Worksheets
(4) Classifying Matter - Crossword
(5) Classifying Matter - Task Cards
(6) Classifying Matter - Jeopardy PowerPoint Game To watch this CLICK HERE.
(7) Classifying Matter - Guess the Password Terminology Review Game
(8) Classifying Matter - Quiz


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