M&M Jeopardy Review Game

This week, I am participating in the group, Summer Bucket List.  Several bloggers are getting together to write about their “Bucket List” for the rest of the summer 

Bucket List -Item #1:  Review last school year’s schoolwork before turning my focus to next school year.

Our favorite way to review is M&M Jeopardy.    I created this game a few years ago in an effort to make review more exciting.  Chocolate makes everything more enjoyable, right?

Being a few years old, the game is looking a little worn! But, it receives cheers from my boys every time I pull it out of storage!  It is played like regular Jeopardy, except with M&M’s! 


I made eight Jeopardy categories. Because I wanted to review our Classical Conversations Memory Work, I chose these categories: Math, Science, History, Latin, Bible, Geography, English, and Timeline. You may choose any categories that fit your family. On the front of the flap, I typed the number of M&M’s available: 6, 5,4,3,2,1. The hardest questions are worth 6 M&M’s and the easiest questions are worth 1 M&M.  Before each turn, the child chooses a category and a value.  He might say, “I want math for 5 M&M’s.”  or  “I want Geography for 6 M&M’s.” 


The questions are on the inside of the flap. After the child chooses their M&M number, the parent opens the flap and reads the question associated with that number. For example, the child says, “I would like Science for 3 M&M’s.” The parent opens the flap and reads “For three M&M’s, please tell me the three kinds of muscles.” The child answers, “The three kinds of muscles are smooth, skeletal, and cardiac.” Next, the parent hands the child three M&M’s.

After feeding their mind, they can feed their bellies!


 Remember to check out the Bucket Lists of the other bloggers in this series!


Honey @ Sunflower Schoolhouse

Joy @ My Home in the Smokies

Tonya @ The Traveling Praters

Jennifer & Melissa @ Sisters ‘n Cloth

Tara @ Feels Like Home Blog

Lisa @ Creativlei

Nancy @ Proverbs 31 Jewels

Kelli @ Adventurez in Childrearing

8 Responses to M&M Jeopardy Review Game

  1. Lisa Walters (@CreativLEI) July 9, 2012 at 3:27 pm #

    What a neat idea! My children would absolutely love this, they are very motivated by snacks. ;)

    • Jennifer July 9, 2012 at 10:16 pm #


      Amen! My boys will do anything for chocolate……..I have no idea who they got that from…… :)


  2. Nancy, aka Mrs A July 9, 2012 at 11:56 pm #

    Oh I am so glad I found you! Thank you first of all for stopping by my blog :) Secondly, I LOVE THIS IDEA! do you mind if I borrow it? That would be a huge hit in my school room! Great idea!!! We love games! Always bring learning a joy :) Memories are made… games are good :)

    God bless!

    • Jennifer July 10, 2012 at 12:53 pm #


      I would love for you to borrow it! That’s why I posted it! It is a huge hit with my boys, as well! They never been so excited to tell me about Christopher Columbus!

      Thanks for visiting me!

  3. Tonya @ The Traveling Praters July 10, 2012 at 12:24 pm #

    What a cute way and simple way to review what you’ve learned. Not to mention, M & M’s are such a great incentive! :)

    • Jennifer July 10, 2012 at 12:51 pm #


      Thanks for stopping by! Yes, I will do most anything for an M&M!


  4. kelli- AdventurezInChildRearing July 11, 2012 at 2:35 am #

    pinned! love this review idea!!!

    • Jennifer July 11, 2012 at 2:17 pm #


      Thanks! Glad you like it!


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