Choose players or groups - Individuals or Teams can play!
When a player knows an answer, he or she is to raise a hand to answer if playing in a group, or say “Beep” and answer if playing with one other person. Player #1 or Team #1 chooses a category and question dollar amount first.
Teacher or MC reads the “answer” completely , then contestants can respond.
After a response is given by a player, click anywhere on the slide to see the correct response.
Scores can be recorded by the teacher or MC.
Then, click “To Game Board” and continue the game until all categories are finished.
Game Board $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Don’t Moon Me Houston, we have a problem Take a Spin Roman Gods Can You Planet?
The smallest of the planets $100
What is Pluto? $100 To Game Board
Separates the inner and outer planets $200
What is the asteroid belt? $200 To Game Board
Has a giant red spot believed to be storms $300
What is Jupiter? $300 To Game Board
The hottest of all planets $400
What is Venus? $400 To Game Board
Has the largest volcano in the entire solar system $500
What is Mars? $500 To Game Board
Named for the Roman god of time, our 6 th day is derived from this name $100
Who was Saturn? $100 To Game Board
Name for the winged messenger of the gods, known for his speed $200
Who was Mercury? $200 To Game Board
Named for Gaia, who gave birth to the sea and sky $300
What is Earth? $300 To Game Board
He was god of the underworld $400
Who was Pluto? $400 To Game Board
His symbol is a lightning bolt and his Greek equivalent is Zeus. $500
Who is Jupiter? $500 To Game Board
It takes approximately 23 hours, 56 minutes to make one complete turn on its axis. $100
What is Earth? $100 To Game Board
It has a day most similar to that of Earth. $200
What is Mars? $200 To Game Board
Until 1999, these planets had changed orbits $300
What are Pluto and Neptune? $300 To Game Board
One year on this planet equals 248 Earth years. $400
What is Pluto? $400 To Game Board
The planet that turns the slowest on its axis, creating the longest day in the solar system. $500
What is Venus? $500 To Game Board
The Viking spacecraft showed that its atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide and that life as we know it probably never existed. $100
What is Mars? $100 To Game Board
Satellite maps showed a hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica. $200
What is Earth? $200 To Game Board
Only the Hubble Telescope has sent back pictures of this far away planet. $300
What is Pluto? $300 To Game Board
Pioneer 11 sent back information about its giant red spot. $400
What is Jupiter? $400 To Game Board
Launched by the Soviets, Venera 7 was the first spacecraft to land on this planet, or any other planet $500
What was Venus? $500 To Game Board
What is the name of Earth’s moon? $100 To Game Board
Ganymede, belonging to this planet, is the largest moon in the solar system. $200
What is Jupiter? $200 To Game Board
What is one moon of Mars? $300 To Game Board
Its single moon is almost as large as the planet itself. $400
What is Pluto? $400 To Game Board
This planet’s moon orbits the planet backwards. $500
What is Neptune? (Triton) $500 To Game Board
Final Jeopardy Category: _________ Final Jeopardy Click for “Answer”
This was the first planet to be discovered with the use of a telescope. Click to see the correct response!
What is Uranus Exit Game
Thank You for Playing Acknowledgements: Graphics: Microsoft Office Clip Art and Media Jeopardy Template: B. Burkett October 2003 _______ Jeopardy!