Jeopardy and other trivia questions for kids can be found online at sites such as JeopardyLabs and PBS. These tools can be utilized by students as well as by teachers who wish to include the questions in lesson plans.
JeopardyLabs allows users to create their own Jeopardy template or use a pre-existing one. Example templates may be topical, such as ones based on weather and writing, or age related, like the Elementary Math Review template. JeopardyLabs is a free resource that does not require membership, and users do not need to have access to PowerPoint to run the templates.
Additionally, young children should consider playing the Jeopardy-style games provided by PBS Kids. Kids can engage the premade, topic-based Jeopardy games like Jungle Jeopardy, which can be found on the PBS official website. Resources for teachers and parents are also available here.