If you are anything like me, you often find yourself trying to create a review game of Jeopardy using PowerPoint in a hurry before the bell rings. What ultimately happens when you do this? Of course the hyperlinks don't work, previously clicked-on boxes aren't colored differently, questions and answers don't match up...and you are in tears on the floor hoping something magical happens.
No worries, magic has happened! It is in the form of a great site called FlipQuiz. This is a great way to quickly create a Jeopardy-like game in a time-saving way. It automatically generates your board, links your questions, changes colors upon clicks (allows you to change them back if someone gets it wrong and you want to put it back in play), allows you to search public boards, and more! The free version of this is great!
However, the PRO version does allow you a few creature comforts you may enjoy! It will create digital flashcards your students can access at home,the ability to upload images to the question tiles (awesome!), create custom points, and the ease of copying and editing other boards.
Check out my Under 5: FlipQuiz video on this!
Fifth grade teacher in a 1:1 iPad classroom, sharing my journey with technology in the classroom