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Here's one Jeopardy game that practices rooms, markets, automobiles, clothes and currency.
I also added a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire game that I haven't seen on this website yet. It deals with basic stuff, though it's an awesome game that the kids love to play I admit that I didn't put a lot into the actual content, you can change it as you wish.
Best to you.
Here is a Jeopardy brainstorming sheet. Brainstorm vocabulary with your students about 6 categories. Then give each group a category and they make the jeopardy questions! Play Jeopardy afterwards. One team asks all their questions and the other groups compete to answer. (I get the groups to knock lightly on their desk to answer). Then, the next group asks all their questions. Team with the most $$$$$ wins!