Language Jeopardy is best for 2nd-6th graders. Some editing may be necessary to alter the rigor of the activity.
I draw a table on the white board and insert the categories in the top boxes and the point values in the remaining boxes (100-500pts). A student then says "Antonyms for 200!" (etc.) and I use this document to reference the question and the answer. If the student gets the question correct, s/he gets the points. If the student is wrong, other students can steal. If a hint is required from the teacher (YOU) the point value decreases by 50%.
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