How To Make Jeopardy On Google Slides

Google Slides is a versatile tool that allows you to create interactive quizzes and games, including the classic game of Jeopardy. In this tutorial, I will guide you through creating your own version of Jeopardy using Google Slides.

Step 1: Create a New Google Slide

To start, we will need to create a new presentation in Google Slides. Log in to your Google Account and navigate to Google Slides. Click on the “+” icon or “Template gallery” to create a new presentation.

Step 2: Design the Jeopardy Board

Next, we’ll design the Jeopardy board. This will consist of a table with six columns and five rows. The top row will contain the categories and the remaining cells will contain the questions (or answers in the case of Jeopardy).

To create a table in Google Slides, navigate to the menu bar and select Insert > Table. Choose a 6×5 grid from the dropdown menu.

Step 3: Add Your Categories and Questions

Now it’s time to add content to your Jeopardy board. Fill in the top row with your categories, and fill in the remaining cells with the corresponding questions. Remember, in Jeopardy, players are provided with answers and they must come up with the correct question!

Step 4: Create Question Slides

Each question on your Jeopardy board should link to a separate slide containing the question and answer. Once you have created a new slide for each question, go back to your Jeopardy board. Highlight the text in each cell, right click, and select Link > Slides in this presentation, then select the corresponding slide.

Step 5: Test Your Game

Once you’ve linked all your questions and answers, it’s time to test your game. Play your slideshow from the start and make sure each question properly links to its corresponding answer slide. If everything works correctly, you now have a fully functioning game of Jeopardy!


Google Slides allows us to create interactive games like Jeopardy with ease. Whether you’re a teacher looking to spice up your class or just someone looking to have some fun, creating Jeopardy on Google Slides can be a great project. Now that you know the steps, why not give it a try?