Educational Insights Classroom Jeopardy

  • Teachers love classroom jeopardy
  • Classroom jeopardy meets your test prep needs
  • Creating your own games is fast and easy
  • It’s the fun, exciting and effective way for your students to review what you teach
  • All the sights, sounds and thrills of TV’s jeopardy in your own classroom

Transform your classroom into an action-packed TV studio with Classroom Jeopardy!, the fun, exciting, and effective way for your students to review what you teach. Classroom Jeopardy! looks, sounds, and plays exactly like the TV show! Award-winning Classroom Jeopardy! brings all the sights, sounds, and non-stop thrills of TVs Jeopardy! to your class from the Daily Double to the Final Jeopardy!

Games play on your classroom TV (or clues can be projected onto a screen using an LCD projector for large group competitions). Players buzz in on wireless remotes that work anywhere in your classroom or across your school auditorium. Control game play with the wireless Host Remote. Choose categories and clues, and input players responses as Correct or Incorrect. Scores update automatically on the illuminated electronic Scoreboard.

Creating your own games is fast and easy! In just minutes you will master the intuitive new Classroom Jeopardy! Editor(TM) software with its familiar commands. (If you use Microsoft Word®, youll feel right at home.) As you type categories and clues, they appear on your PC or Macintosh computer just as they will look on your TV screen. When you are ready to store your games, simply plug the Classroom Jeopardy! Link(TM) into your computer’s USB port, insert a cartridge, and click. Each blank cartridge holds 5-12 games! Plug the scoreboard into your TV, insert a game cartridge, and you are ready to play!

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List Price: $ 549.99
Price: $ 47.95

Published by Shen-Li

SHEN-LI LEE is the author of “Brainchild: Secrets to Unlocking Your Child’s Potential”. She is also the founder of Figur8.net (a website on parenting, education, child development) and RightBrainChild.com (a website on Right Brain Education, cognitive development, and maximising potentials). In her spare time, she blogs on Forty, Fit & Fed, and Back to Basics.

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