Put a little excitement into your review with this Jeopardy-style review game on the Metric System. Questions cover, the SI system, metric prefixes and their values, and the base units. Students love to review in a competitive game format style.
This game has the following five categories: The International System, Metric Prefixes, Equivalents, Compare It, and Convert It.
Topics Covered Include:
- The International System of Units
- The seven base units in the SI System
- Prefixes used in the SI System and their values
- SI Prefixes: giga, mega, kilo, hecto, deca, deci, centi, milli, micro, and nano
- Units used in measuring length, mass and volume
- Equivalent units: Example - How many liters are in a decaliter?
- Compare It: How large is a milligram compared to a gram?
- Convert It: Students convert one unit to another .
Appropriate for a physical science or a chemistry classes, grades 7 and up.
There are 5 categories and each category has 5 questions. Use the included questions or add some of your own questions. It is very easy and simple to change out the included questions for new questions of your own.
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