Construction Worker Jeopardy Game


Access the SMART Notebook game board at
*Note: you must have a free account with Smart Exchange in order to access this game.
You can go to Smart Exchange and type “Who Built Our Capitol?” into the search box to find this game.

  1. Students split into two or more large groups or into several smaller groups of 2-5 students.
  2. A player from each group takes a turn, first picking a category and a point value from the board.
  3. Player clicks on the box  picked to read the question.
  4. Student must give the answer in the form of a question, in the Jeopardy game format.  For example, "What does a bricklayer do?" 
  5. To see if a student or group is correct, click  the "Answer" button.
  6. Click the "Back" button to return to the main board.
  7. If the player or team is correct, they are awarded the point value of the question.
  8. Continue until all questions have been answered.  At this point, final scores can be tallied. The team with the most points wins.



Student materials

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  1. Objective: This Jeopardy-style game informs students about the many skills and jobs required
    to construct a major building. Clues give activities associated with a particular job, and student
    answers supply the type of worker. This lesson was created in conjunction with and would be a good resource to use before visiting the Minnesota Capitol building.

    Minnesota Social Studies Academic Standards can be viewed in attached PDF and below.