Factile | #1 Jeopardy Classroom Review Game | Buzzer Mode https://www.playfactile.com/ Create online engaging Jeopardy-style quiz games for the classroom in just minutes with Factile™. Make your own or choose from 700,000 existing games and join over 1 million users worldwide! It's free, easy and loads of fun!
Online Jeopardy Template http://jeopardylabs.com Make online jeopardy templates without PowerPoint. It's free, fast, and easy.
Free Flash Jeopardy Style Review Game http://www.superteachertools.com 100% free and customizable flash based review game designed with teachers in mind.
Anyone can create a game file in minutes, then download it to play at any time. Games can also be played and shared online.
Our Flash Jeopardy Review Game tool is by far the most popular tool on the site. With this tool you can create a custom jeopardy review game for use in classrooms, training sessions, or anywhere else a fun, team based review game is appropriate.
You can even download the Jeopardy Flash Player file to use games that you have created offline without an Internet connection!
Stus Double Jeopardy http://jeopardygame.wordpress.com Stu's Double Jeopardy
Probably the best Jeopardy gameshow studio for classrooms. Build and share your quizzes and skins too.
Jeopardy-format Game Show Presentation https://www.almorale.com/training-games.html Presentation-quality game show tool with complete multimedia and Jeopardy-style category board. Supports up to 10 players or teams. Free trial version.
Customers who use our popular Presentation Edition have told us for years they love it for training, classes and events.
Build Your Own Jeopardy (BYO) http://www.wolfescience.com/byojeopardy/ BYOJeopardy -- Build Your Own Jeopardy.
A free program to build and play Jeopardy-like games that can be used in the classroom or played with friends.
Free software to download
Neuro Jeopardy http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/jeopardy.html Neuro-Jeopardy is a game to test your knowledge about the nervous system. The game is contained in a Powerpoint file. Therefore, your computer must have the ability to read ppt files.
When you start the game, you will see a table with six rows and five columns. Click on any point value to start the game. You will then be given an answer. Your job is to give the question for the answer. For example, if the answer is: "Responsible for thinking and planning; located in your head." - your question should be "What is the brain?"
Jeopardy Games created by Teachers (PowerPoint files) http://www.elainefitzgerald.com/jeopardy.htm Jeopardy Games created by Teachers (PowerPoint files)
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