Even students’ favorite review games like Kahoot, Quizizz, and Gimkit can get a little dull if they are overplayed. That’s why I’m always excited to find another engaging review game to add to the mix. Blooket is a free, fun, and engaging review game with tons of built-in variety.
Start with a Question Set
Teachers have three options for creating question sets: type your questions; search the Discovery page for existing sets; or import question sets from Quizlet with just a few clicks.
Choose a Game Mode
What makes Blooket different than other games is the variety of game modes teachers can choose from. Students can answer questions to help them run a cafe, collect gold, battle in head-to-head showdowns, and more. Most game modes can also be assigned as homework.
Host and Join
Much like Kahoot, the teacher hosts the game on the classroom screen while students join and participate on their own devices. No student accounts are required to particpate.
Great for Formative Assessment
Convenient score reports and question analysis also make this a great formative assessment tool.
A New Favorite
It’s wife’s 9th graders’ new favorite review game. Shout-out to our friend, Megan Mongelli, for sharing Blooket!
When it comes to tech, my kiddos tell me they ❤️ games. Their new favorite? @PlayBlooket ? Here’s a video of us from@Friday. Teachers must make time for kiddos to have FUN in class. I #loveteaching b/c I ❤️ seeing their smiles, even underneath their masks ? @LoveTeaching21 pic.twitter.com/QmjrZrZKgm— Nicole S. LaFave (@Mrs_LaFave) February 14, 2021
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