# JEOPARDY 3 rd Grade Math Review Jeopardy Directions

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JEOPARDY 3 rd Grade Math Review

Jeopardy Directions: • Place the students in groups of four. • Decide which group will go first and have that group pick a category on the game screen. • Click on the point value for that category and a question screen will come up. • Have the students work in groups to come up with an answer to the question. • The group that picked the category gets the first chance to answer. If they get it correct they win the points. • If they get it wrong, another team can answer the question correctly and win the points.

• Once the question has been answered correctly, click the mouse and you will see the answer screen. • Click on the house at the bottom of the page to return to the game screen. • The next group will now pick a category and a question value. • After all the questions have been answered, click on the red dot at the bottom right of the game screen. This will take you to Final Jeopardy. • The team with the most points at the end of the game wins. Enjoy the game!!!

Number, Number Sense Measurement and Operations Patterns, Geometry and Data Analysis Functions Spatial Sense and Probability and Algebra 100 100 100 200 200 200 300 300 300 400 400 400

Number, Number Sense and Operations 100 Decrease 5, 672 by 2 hundreds. What is the new number?

Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 100 Decrease 5, 672 by 2 hundreds. What is the new number? The new number is 5, 472.

Number, Number Sense and Operations 200 Mrs. Crawford made 5 dozen cookies for the bake sale. How many cookies did she bake?

Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 200 Mrs. Crawford made 5 dozen cookies for the bake sale. How many cookies did she bake? She baked 60 cookies.

Number, Number Sense and Operations 300 Trae has 20 marbles, he gives one-fifth of his marbles to his younger brother, how many marbles does Trae have left?

Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 300 Trae has 20 marbles, he gives onefifth of his marbles to his younger brother, how many marbles does Trae have left? 16 marbles

Number, Number Sense and Operations 400 Mrs. Rand picked 15 flowers from her garden. She puts 3 flowers in each vase. How many vases will Mrs. Rand need?

Answer to Number, Number Sense and Operations 400 Mrs. Rand picked 15 flowers from her garden. She puts 3 flowers in each vase. How many vases will Mrs. Rand need? 5 vases

Measurement 100 How many inches are in a yard?

Answer to Measurement 100 How many inches are in a yard? 36 inches

Measurement 200 Terri picked up a package at the post office that weighed 853 grams. Is this weight more or less than a kilogram?

Answer to Measurement 200 Terri picked up a package at the post office that weighed 853 grams. Is this weight more or less than a kilogram? Less than a kilogram

Measurement 300 Christopher left his house at 10: 20 a. m. He returned 2 hours and 50 minutes later. What time did he return?

Answer to Measurement 300 Christopher left his house at 10: 20 a. m. He returned 2 hours and 50 minutes later. What time did he return? He returned at 1: 10.

Measurement 400 Compare the area of the file cabinet and the bookcase. How much more area does the bookcase cover? File Cabinet Bookcase Desk

Answer to Measurement 400 Compare the area of the file cabinet and the bookcase. How much more area does the bookcase cover? 5 square units

Geometry and Spatial Sense 100 Tell the number of sides and angles that a hexagon has.

Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 100 Tell the number of sides and angles that a hexagon has. 6 sides, 6 angles

Geometry and Spatial Sense 200 What is an angle called that measures 180 ?

Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 200 What is an angle called that measures 180 ? It is a straight angle.

Geometry and Spatial Sense 300 How does a hexagon differ from a pentagon?

Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 300 How does a hexagon differ from a pentagon? A hexagon has 6 sides and 6 angles and a pentagon has 5 sides and 5 angles.

Geometry and Spatial Sense 400 How many more blocks are needed to build this prism?

Answer to Geometry and Spatial Sense 400 How many more blocks are needed to build this prism? 6 more blocks are needed

Patterns, Functions and Algebra 100 Paul has 5 fish and Maria has 6 fish. Write a number sentence that tells how many fish they have altogether.

Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 100 Paul has 5 fish and Maria has 6 fish. Write a number sentence that tells how many fish they have altogether. 5+6=x

Patterns, Functions and Algebra 200 Which number makes this number sentence true? 2 + � < 15

Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 200 Which number makes this number sentence true? 2 + � < 15 Any number less than 12

Patterns, Functions and Algebra 300 What is the rule for this pattern? 1, 4, 16, 64

Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 300 What is the rule for this pattern? 1, 4, 16, 64 multiply by 4

Patterns, Functions and Algebra 400 Fill in the missing numbers and explain the rule for the table. A B 40 20 36 18 32 16 28 12

Answer to Patterns, Functions and Algebra 400 Fill in the missing numbers and explain the rule for the table. A B 40 20 The missing numbers are 14 and 24. 36 18 32 16 The rule is to divide A by 2 to get B. You can also multiply B by 2 to get A. 28 14 24 12

Data Analysis and Probability 100 Rico has one blue block, one red block, and two orange blocks in his pocket. What is the probability that when he reaches in his pocket, he will pull out a red block?

Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 100 Rico has one blue block, one red block, and two orange blocks in his pocket. What is the probability that when he reaches in his pocket, he will pull out a red block? The probability is

Data Analysis and Probability 200 You are packing for a weekend trip. You packed a pair of blue jeans, tan jeans, a white shirt, and a red shirt. How many different outfits can you make?

Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 200 You are packing for a weekend trip. You packed a pair of blue jeans, tan jeans, a white shirt, and a red shirt. How many different outfits can you make? 4 different outfits (bw, br, tw, tr)

Data Analysis and Probability 300 Mrs. Thomas asked her class to name their favorite subject. The mode of the data was math? What does this mean?

Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 300 Mrs. Thomas asked her class to name their favorite subject. The mode of the data was math? What does this mean? The favorite subject was math.

Data Analysis and Probability 400 The graph shows the favorite fast foods for Dorina’s class. What is the mode of the data? Favorite Fast Foods Hamburgers Pizza Chicken Nuggets 0 5 10 15 20 25 30

Answer to Data Analysis and Probability 400 The graph shows the favorite fast foods for Dorina’s class. What is the mode of the data? chicken nuggets

Final Jeopardy Question Troy had $40. He spent $2. 00 each week at the recreation center. How much money did he have left after 8 weeks?

Answer to Final Jeopardy Troy had $40. He spent $2. 00 each week at the recreation center. How much money did he have left after 8 weeks? He had $24. 00 left.

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