# 3rd Grade Fractions Game Show Math Review Jeopardy Style Activity

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This is a math review activity of fractions for 3rd grade in a Jeopardy style game show! This is a fun, engaging, and educational way to review and prep for testing. Also, you can be confident that your students are able to master the concepts through this worthwhile activity!

## Description

This is a math review activity of fractions for 3rd grade in a Jeopardy style game show! This is a fun, engaging, and educational way to review and prep for testing. Also, you can be confident that your students have seen nothing like this before. With talking animated characters, your students are sure to love reviewing math concepts from the Common Core. I have teamed up with a talented animator, who has over 20 years of experience, to bring you and your students a completely new and unique learning opportunity.

There are 30 different questions total. The questions and answer choices are completely editable! We know as teachers you are busy. We also know that not every student learns in the same way. Occasionally, the questions we create may not meet the needs of your students. That is why we are offering you the choice to edit questions on this game as needed. We bet you will love the premade questions already included in the game. However, we know sometimes things need to be tweaked for your own individual class, or students. So, get this game with confidence, knowing you can make it fit your classroom.

You will find 6 different categories in the game. The question categories are:

• Naming Fractions
• Fractions on a Number Line
• Equivalent Fractions
• Fraction Word Problems
• Comparing Fractions
• Mixed Review

This game is played similarly to Jeopardy. Students can play individually, in partners, in groups, or as a whole class. If played as a whole class, I recommend splitting your students into 2 teams.

This is a game played in PowerPoint. PowerPoint must be installed on your computer to use this activity.

There are 254 slides total in this product. It takes 242 slides to create the game. Some of the slides are repeated, but they are needed in the play of the game. In total, there are 30 different math questions. The included PDF is 12 pages.