Geology Jeopardy Game – Interactive Review Game
This Geology Jeopardy Game includes a fun, Jeopardy-style game to review Earth’s layers, tectonic plate movements, the rock cycle, weathering, erosion, and deposition. Versions of the interactive review game are included for both PowerPoint and Google Slides.
What will students review with this Geology Jeopardy Game?
25 questions are included to review and practice the following skills:
- Describe Earth’s layers including the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core.
- Describe models of tectonic plate movements including divergent boundaries, convergent boundaries, and transform boundaries.
- Explain how the movement of tectonic plates relates to the changing surface of the Earth.
- Compare the formation of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks.
- Label a diagram of the rock cycle.
- Describe the processes of weathering, erosion, and deposition and provide examples of each.
- Identify evidence from fossils in rock layers to support an explanation for changes in a landscape over time.
Each question is linked to a slide with the answer so that students can quickly and easily check their answers.
What formats of the game are provided?
This resource includes versions of the Geology Jeopardy Game for BOTH PowerPoint and Google Slides. The questions used with each version are the same.
How is this geology game played?
The PowerPoint version should be played in presentation mode. Category values disappear when they are clicked on. The category values can be reset anytime by exiting the presentation and reopening it. You are able to type scores onto a scoreboard while playing in presentation mode. The presentation has been coded to help you easily navigate from the category board to questions and answers without scrolling.
The Google Slides version should be played in full screen, edit mode. Instructions and a video tutorial are provided that show how this is done. You are able to type scores onto a scoreboard but the category values do not disappear when they are clicked on. This is a limitation of Google Slides. But, markers are provided alongside the category board that you can drag and drop over the category values after they have been used. The presentation has been coded to help you easily navigate from the category board to questions and answers without scrolling.
Check out the preview video below to preview how this Jeopardy-style game works in PowerPoint and Google Slides!
What science standards are covered?
This geology Jeopardy Game is specifically created to align with the 2018 Virginia Science SOL 5.8 although the questions closely align with most science standards related to Earth’s layers, tectonic plate movements, the rock cycle, weathering, erosion, and deposition.
Don’t miss out!
This Geology Jeopardy Game is a fun, no-prep way to review science skills! It is the perfect interactive activity to use at the end of a unit and/or before state testing.
More science Jeopardy games…
This review game is included in my 5th Grade Science Jeopardy Game Bundle. The bundle includes 9 games that are aligned to specific Virginia science SOLs and 3 games that provide a cumulative review of all the 5th grade science SOLs.
MORE SCIENCE RESOURCES:
- Geology Unit
- Geology Task Cards
- Geology Escape Room
- 5th Grade Science Lessons Bundle
- 5th Grade Science Task Cards Bundle
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