More Than Most Jeopardy

Jeopardy game designed to cover "more than", "most," "-er", and "-est" grammar.

Submitted by kendaaru

October 25, 2022

Estimated time: Entire class period (~45-50 min)

I've been wanting to use this Jeopardy template by Connor Bradley on TPT for some time now, and I figured this grammar point was a good time to use it. To download the blank version of this template and support the original designer, use this link: (It's FREE!)

Use this PowerPoint how you would usually play a Jeopardy-style review game. I prefer to make six teams and keep track of scores on the board, but I have also included Connor Bradley's instructions and score sheet if you want to play individually.

This game can be a spoken activity, where the students speak the sentences to get the points, or written, where students work in groups to write the sentence on whiteboards.

Also, before you play the game, make sure you change the ALT-specific questions to ones that relate to you. Some of the animations may need to be changed as well. Overall there shouldn't be much prep needed for this.

Small files
  • Jeopardy Game Instructions.pdf (67 KB)
  • Jeopardy Game Score Sheet .pdf (21.2 KB)
  • Medium files (requires an account to download) -
  • More Than Most Jeopardy.pptx (32.5 MB)
  • 5
    1. Tokushii March 17, 2023

      These are interesting questions! Thanks

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