Significant Digits or Significant Figures: A Jeopardy-Style PowerPoint Review Game
Suitable for Physical Science, Chemistry, or Physics students in grades 9 - 12.
My students love to review the rules of significant digits using this Jeopardy Powerpoint review game. I have found that my students pay far greater attention to the review when it is in a competitive game format.
PLEASE NOTE: This product, along with 6 other products, is included in a bundled unit plan on Significant Digits. Click here to see the listing for the complete unit plan: Significant Digit Bundled Unit Plan
This product is also included in my Science Skills Mega-Bundle of 61 files.This Science Skills Bundle contains 61 different files on science skills, including metric system, scientific method, scientific notation, graphing, significant digits, experimental design, comparing and contrasting and more.
This review game has 6 categories with 5 questions in each category. Concepts/terms covered are:
• Significant digits
• Rules for determining how many significant digits are in a measurement
• Rounding with significant digits
• Operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) with significant digits.
The 6 categories are:
(1) Complete this Rule!
(2) SigDig Practice
(3) More SigDig Practice
(4) SigDig Rounding
(5) Addition and Subtraction
(6) Multiplication and Division.
This powerpoint jeopardy game consists of 63 slides. The game is limited to 30 questions. It would be very easy for you to delete some of my questions and add some of your own to make this review game more applicable to your students.
Related Products Include:
Calculating With Significant Digits/Metric Quiz
Rounding and Calculating With Significant Digits
Significant Digits Powerpoint
Test: Scientific Measurement
Lab: Use of Lab Equipment and Data Analysis Skills
Lab: The Use of Significant Digits in Making Metric Measurements
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