We might be approaching one of the greatest Feasts of the year, but as Advent winds down, there is a certain level of survival mode that kicks in for teachers/catechists/moms. We only have a handful of school days left before Christmas break, but those days are filled with interrupted schedules, program rehearsals, parties, and kids pulled out of the room for various reasons. I know I am looking for "filler" activities that are still meaningful and catechetical. Over the years, these Advent Jeopardy games have come in handy during these crazy last days of December. I'd like to share them with you here in case you might be able to use them in your home or classroom!
In presentation mode, the main Jeopardy board with 25 options will appear. Clicking on a point value in a certain category takes you to the "answer" and the next click takes you to the "question." Hover over the home button, and you are back to the main Jeopardy board. When chosen, the point values will change color so you know that question has already been chosen. Some of the different games also have Double Jeopardy options and Bonus Questions to make it more interesting and challenging.
(Note- because Power Point doesn't transfer perfectly to Google Slides, some of the fonts and formatting are going to be messed up. If you download to your computer or make a copy in your Google Drive, you can make those corrections. You also can edit the questions as you would like.)
Click here for trivia about five popular December Saints and their Feast Days:
Click here for Advent Trivia Game 1:
Click here for Advent Trivia Game 2:
Click here for the Challenging Advent Trivia Game:
(we used this one at a young adult Advent party, but it would also be great for middle or high schoolers)
And if you are looking for an additional lesson to squeeze in, the O Antiphons start on December 17th. You could use this coloring book or mini book to study and pray with the whole Church as we await our coming Messiah!