11 Free Jeopardy Templates

Download and customize a Jeopardy game for free

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These Jeopardy templates will help you create custom Jeopardy games to help your students get ready for a test, review prior information, or even be introduced to a new unit.

Elementary school children all the way up to high school students love taking a break from "normal" learning with a fun game of Jeopardy. They won't even realize how much they're learning.

The templates below are structured like the Jeopardy TV game show and can be opened in Microsoft PowerPoint or a free presentation software program.

All of the Jeopardy templates can be customized to some degree. Some will have a completely blank board while others have questions and answers already filled out for you. They can be used for any school subject and are great for homeschooling as well.

There are many other PowerPoint game templates to help you students learn and I especially recommend the Family Feud PowerPoint templates for a fun test review game.

A Jeopardy template in blue and yellow.
Eric Curts

This free Jeopardy template opens in the free Google Slides and has complete instructions on how to edit and run the game. It makes the process simple and fun.

There is room for 5 topics on the board as well as Final Jeopardy. This template makes adding your own questions and answers easy.

A Jeopardy template splash screen
Youth Downloads

Youth Downloads has created a Jeopardy template that is incredibly easy to use. It has room for 6 categories with five questions and answers per category. There's also a Final Jeopardy template.

Go through the slides and enter your categories, answers, and questions and you're all ready to play.

If you find you need more help setting it up, they have a ​helpful video that will take you through all the steps in getting it up and running.​

The first screen of a Jeopardy game played in PowerPoint
 Speight Ed/Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers has a free download available for a  Jeopardy template created by Speight Ed.

This template has everything you need including the slideshow template, songs for both thinking and the daily double, and a user guide that takes you through the process of creating your own Jeopardy game.

Editing a Jeopardy game template in PowerPoint
 Connor Bradley/Teachers Pay Teachers

Here's another free download of a jeopardy template from Teachers Pay Teachers, this one created by Connor Bradley.

The download includes the Jeopardy game template, game instructions, a score sheet, and a link to a video tutorial to get it all set up.

A math Jeopardy template
Jeopardy Labs

Jeopardy Labs allows you to create a Jeopardy game that's played right in the browser, no slideshow program needed.

You can specify the number of teams that will play, the categories, and the answers and questions. A scorekeeper at the bottom of the game makes it easy to keep track of how everyone is doing.

Since this runs through a browser, it makes it easy to have students play it on their own or in small groups. 

Screenshot of a blue and white slide in a Jeopardy PowerPoint template

Here's a Jeopardy template that you can use in PowerPoint or any other slideshow program that supports the PPT file format.

As you see in the image, this Jeopardy template supports 5 topics, each with 5 of their own questions. Each slide is filled with a unique color to match the other slides in its same category.

With each slide, the question appears automatically as you move to it, and the answer is available after a mouse click.

Using a Jeopardy template to create a review game
Super Teacher Tools

Use your browser and fill in 5 categories along with 5 questions in each category. There's also room for a Final Jeopardy question and answer.

You can choose to use the original version or the new revamped version of the game. 

The game can then be played right in the browser. It can be played on a screen in the classroom, individually by the students, or the students can all join a live game that you set up. 

Screenshot of a blue Jeopardy PowerPoint template

This template is a very advanced Jeopardy template because it has macros, which means there's a countdown timer, scorecard, and randomly placed Daily Double slides. Plus, the game board is wonderfully designed and looks really nice.

You can add the questions into the game or into a spreadsheet with you can then import into the game. 

This game works with 6 players and includes Double Jeopardy and Final Jeopardy.

The correct and incorrect buttons are used to keep score throughout the game. If you have any questions on how this Jeopardy template works, there are thorough instructions on the second slide.

Screenshot of a multi-colored Jeopardy PowerPoint template with 4 categories of 20 questions
Vaughn

This PowerPoint template can be used for teaching or learning fractions. 

These PowerPoint slides are already filled out with questions you can keep or edit for Jeopardy. It has 4 categories, like Equivalent and Comparing, each with 5 questions for 20 questions total.

The download will start immediately and will be in the PPT format.

Screenshot of a multi-colored geometry Jeopardy PowerPoint template
Vaughn

Centered around geometry, this Jeopardy game has 4 categories for a sum of 20 questions on things like angles, lines, and quadrilaterals.

All of these slides are pre-filled with questions and answers, but just like any of these templates, you can edit them out and put your own geometry information in.

This Jeopardy template downloads in the PPT format.

Screenshot of a green slide of a vocabulary Jeopardy PowerPoint template
Marcon

20 vocabulary questions are in this Jeopardy template and they're already filled out for you. But because the template is so simple, there aren't any score keeping capabilities or sound effects.

Editing this PowerPoint template is as easy as replacing the questions and answers with your own.