This make-your-own-Jeopardy game is a great way for teachers and parents to make quizzing their students on concepts fun by turning it into a game show! Games and trivia activities are a great way to reinforce and evaluate recollection of key concepts. We've prepared an interactive and free jeopardy template you can use to prepare what you need for a jeopardy-style game - all you need to do is find the contestants!
Jeopardy Game Summary:
Questions: 5 per Category Total Number of Questions: 60
📄 How To Use This Doc
Go to and choose what categories you want to test. Visit to update your questions and answers. Copy the doc if you want to save the questions you've now created.
😎 Ready to Play Jeopardy?
👌 Tips for Creating a Jeopardy Board
If you'll be using the same sets of jeopardy questions for different students, grade levels, or subjects, consider creating a copy of your doc once you've updated the questions and update the title of the new doc to reflect the questions. If you want your student to use this doc to practice for a test instead of relying solely on their flash cards, create a copy of the doc for them and press the Share button to send it to them. Remember, they'll be able to see the questions they missed in the section.
Make your own jeopardy FAQs
What are some of the best Jeopardy categories?
Depending on the purpose of your jeopardy (whether you are creating it for fun, school, or work), you can choose different Jeopardy categories. Some of the most common ones you'll find on the majority of jeopardy game templates include Science, History, Sports, Literature, Geography, Culture, Film and television, Nature, Music, Food & Drinks, and many more.
How to make the jeopardy game more realistic?
For more realistic gameplay, include familiar sound effects like a buzzer, the famous jeopardy intro music, and animations if you're creating jeopardy in a form of a PowerPoint presentation.
How do you make a zoom Jeopardy game?
To play jeopardy via zoom, you can create a game board on your computer and share your screen. For this, you can use Coda's online jeopardy game and create trivia in a web browser, or create a slideshow using a PowerPoint template or Google Slides.