PowerPoint Activities

The following links include templates and examples of Jeopardy, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, and Hollywood Squares games and other lesson ideas that were created using PowerPoint.  If you would like to create your own or would like my help in creating a game for your class, let me know.

If you are having problems downloading any of the files below, just Right-Click on the link and choose Save Target As....


Templates and Directions

30 Question Jeopardy Template (this version has only the student prompts),
25 Q&A Jeopardy Template and
30 Q&A Jeopardy Template (these versions have both student prompts and responses) --created by me
(To save any of these, Right Click on the link and choose Save Target As)
Directions for how to make your own Jeopardy game using the 25 Question Template and how to play the game with your students
Jeopardy Games--Hardin Co. Schools have created these to help review Ky. Core Content
Hollywood Squares Template from teachnet.com Who Wants to be a Millionaire template from teachnet.com


Examples of Jeopardy Games

Arts & Humanities Review--created by Ms. Higgins and Ms. Rudd at Leestown Music Review--created by Ms. Higgins and Ms. Rudd at Leestown
Revolutionary War Jeopardy--created by Ms. Winburn at Southern Middle School Ancient Egypt--25 questions and answers on Ancient Egypt's religion, rulers, land, and life
Integers--for Ms. Dillingham's 7th grade math classes at Southern Middle Work & Machines--by Ms. Casey for her 6th grade science classes
4th Grade Science Review-- created by Ms. Paul and Ms. Zaccaria at Ilion Elementary in Ilion, NY Metrics--by Mr. Gnas for his 8th grade science classes at Winburn Middle
Spanish Vocabulary--for Mrs. Donato's 8th graders at Leestown Capitulo Preliminar--for Mrs. Donato's 7th graders at Leestown

 

Other PowerPoint Lesson Ideas

World of Teaching has lots of free PowerPoints for teachers with ratings.  I like the one on Ratio. Jefferson County has PowerPoint Resources for Language Arts
Leanna Prater has PowerPoint Resources for elementary Barbara's Barr's Fun and Games Resources
Vicki Blackwell's PowerPoint Templates for Teachers (lots of ideas here!) Spartanburg School District has Instructional Uses of PowerPoint
Use PowerPoint to introduce your novel unit like these examples on Freak the Mighty and Hatchet. (These were created by students at FSU, but they are no longer linked on the FSU site, so I have linked them in my own web.)  Polygons--use PowerPoint with your math classes to identify the properties of various polygons
 

 

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