This bundle includes 8 of my review games from Physical Science, Earth Science, and Life Science similar to Jeopardy. These games are a great way to reinforce the material that has been taught throughout your units. My students always ask me when we are going to have our next Jeopardy game day. Sometimes I split the class into two teams and have them rotate players and which team gets to choose the category and amount. Other times when I feel some students are not participating well, I will separate the teams into smaller groups and have them answer on whiteboards so that every student is hearing the question and involved in coming up with an answer.
The following "Jeopardy" games that are included are:
States of Matter:
A 25 question review game on states of matter. This game is similar to Jeopardy. Categories include: States of Matter, Pure Substances vs. Mixtures, Gas Laws, Vocabulary, and Phase Changes.
Properties of Matter:
A 25 question review game on properties of matter. It is setup similar to Jeopardy format. Categories include: Properties of Matter, Chemical Properties, Physical Properties, Density, and Physical vs. Chemical.
Atoms and the Periodic Table:
A 25 question game on atoms and the periodic table. This game is similar to Jeopardy format. Categories include: Atomic Theory, Items on the Periodic Table, The Atom, Periodic Table, and Random.
A 25 questions review game on heredity. The game is similar to a Jeopardy format. Categories include: Mendel's Experiments, Traits, Inheritance, Meiosis, and Vocabulary.
A 25 question review game on DNA. The game is similar to Jeopardy format. Categories include: DNA, Mutations, Structure of DNA, Protein Synthesis, and Random (a mix of the other four categories).
Mitosis and the Cell Cycle:
A 25 question review game on the cell cycle which is in a similar format as Jeopardy. Categories include: Mendel's Experiments, The Cell Cycle, Cell Energy, Vocabulary 1, and Vocabulary 2. Vocabulary terms include exocytosis, homologous chromosomes, and numerous mitosis phases.
A 25 question review game on minerals. Game setup as a Jeopardy format. Categories include: Mineral Structure, Identifying Minerals, Mining and Use of Minerals, Two Groups of Minerals, and Name that Term.
A 25 question review game of Earth's history. Created similar to a Jeopardy format. Categories include: Uniformitarianism vs. Catastrophism, Geologic Timescale, Earth's History, Vocabulary 1, and Fossil and Human Evolution.