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Math Night: Math Jeopardy

Playing Jeopardy is not only for Watson the Computer and others able to get on television.
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Playing Jeopardy is not only for Watson the Computer and others able to get on television. Although this site is set up to use on a Math Night, it can be used any time by teachers or students who want to review many different kinds of math concepts. The instructions are clear and detailed. Problems in running the game the master of ceremonies might encounter are addressed. Example questions for 1st and 2nd graders include questions about guessing, numbers, patterns and shapes. For 3rd through 6th graders, the questions cover arithmetic, geometry, puzzles, and work and money. The answers to the questions are also provided.

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