Free PowerPoint Game Templates for Teachers
Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class With These Free Templates
PowerPoint game templates are a great way to introduce a new unit or review for a test with your students. It's a break from the regular routine and students love the teamwork and competitiveness of it.
All of these PowerPoint games are in the form of free PowerPoint templates that you can open with Microsoft PowerPoint or a free presentation software program. You can them customize them with your own questions and answers.
Simply run the presentation in class and you'll have a customized game all ready to go for your students.
Jeopardy PowerPoint Game Templates
One of the most popular types of PowerPoint games to use in the classroom is Jeopardy. Visit this list of free Jeopardy PowerPoint templates to play the game of Jeopardy with your students.
Family Feud PowerPoint Game Templates
Another free game that's popular with teachers and students is Family Feud. Here's a list of free Family Feud PowerPoint templates you can customize and use.
Wheel of Fortune PowerPoint Game Templates
You can also play Wheel of Fortune using PowerPoint, with these free templates:
- Wheel of Fortune with Sounds (direct link) - Simple, blue Wheel of Fortune PowerPoint template with a sound for each correct letter.
- Realistic Wheel of Fortune - Spin the wheel, use your own puzzles, and track scores with this Wheel of Fortune PowerPoint template that really reminds you of the actual game.
The Price Is Right PowerPoint Game Templates
Below are a couple PowerPoint game templates for playing The Price Is Right.
- Very Basic Price is Right (direct link) - This Price Is Right PowerPoint template is extremely simple, as it only as a slide for the product and one for the price, but it still provides a demonstration for how to setup the game with additional questions.
- Price is Right With More Questions (direct link) - This is another The Price Is Right PowerPoint template that's very similar to the one from above, but instead already has eight questions setup (that you can, of course, edit to be your own).
Deal or No Deal PowerPoint Game Templates
There also exists some Deal or No Deal PowerPoint games that can be used to play that game:
- Deal or No Deal with Sounds (direct link) - This Deal or No Deal PowerPoint template is easy to manipulate and has sounds for each time you choose a briefcase.
- Simple Deal or No Deal Game (direct link) - This template is very basic, as it doesn't keep track of which briefcases you've chosen, but can still be used for a Deal or No Deal game.
- Deal or No Deal With a Twist (direct link) - This Deal or No Deal game is setup for a classroom so students must answer questions correctly if they wish to receive a bonus point, else the rest of the game is regular.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? PowerPoint Game Templates
Use these free Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? PowerPoint game templates if you want to play Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?:
- Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Verbs (direct link) - This Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? PowerPoint template has questions already filled out for you about simple verbs. There are sounds, animated graphics, and 12 questions in total.
- Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Blank Template - This is yet another template for playing Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in PowerPoint, and like the previous one it does have 15 questions, except that all of them are blank and ready for you to fill out with your own information.
Cash Cab PowerPoint Game Templates
You can also play the Cash Cab game in a free PowerPoint template.
- Cash Cab 12 Questions (direct link) - Just like in the real game, this template includes not only blank slides for all the different questions but also a place for a Red Light Challenge and a Video Bonus Question. You can download the audio files for this template here.
- Cash Cab First Aid Questions (direct link) - This Cash Cab PowerPoint template also has 12 questions but they're all related to first aid information. This template revolves around the objective to reach the Empire State Building before being kicked out of the cab with too many wrong answers.