Tech Tuesday: Jeopardy Labs

It's been awhile since I linked up with Marie at Once Upon a Classroom

A few months ago, my co-worker and I decided to make a Solar System Jeopardy game for the third grade classes. I was shocked to learn that she didn't know about Jeopardy Labs...which means some of you out there in blogland might not know about Jeopardy Labs either. 

Jeopardy Labs allows you to create your very own Jeopardy game, which is hosted online. To play Jeopardy with your students, just project your computer screen onto your interactive whiteboard. You can choose how many teams and keep score right on the screen. Plus, you can link it to your classroom blog for students to play at home. It makes for an amazing study tool!

I've used this website several time to create review games for science and social studies topics. I've also hosted an end of the school year Students vs. Parents Jeopardy Challenge, which is always lots of fun! 
If you'd like to see an example, here is the link to my Solar System Jeopardy game. If I recall correctly, there are a couple of minor errors, but I can't remember the password to login to make changes (each game has its own password). 

Don't forget to check out Marie's blog for more tech tips.

Have a happy Tuesday!


  1. This is genius. Thanks for sharing. I used to make mine in a spreadsheet by hand. I've seen ppt versions, but never something like this.

    Kovescence of the Mind

  2. Hi Nicole! I have not heard of this! It sounds really easy to use. Thank you for linking up for Tech Tuesday and for sharing. I have learned so much from you.
    Once Upon a Classroom: A Teacher's Tales

  3. Thanks for hosting once again! Classroom tech is my favourite topic to write about.


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