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Flashcard / Quiz / Review Game Creators

Recap is a Q&A platform for students to explore their curiosity using a video Journey. Teachers can create the Journey or use one from thousands of other educators. Recap is a completely free assessment resource that lets students respond to the teachers' questions or prompts via video.


Teachers can...

  • create questions that are typed or voice-recorded 

  • add up to 10 questions in a single assignment {give more than one assignment to students at a time}

  • give an assignment to the whole class or only certain students

  • set a max response time to make grading faster and students' answers more precise

  • set a due date for assignments

  • add a poll at the end of an assignment that asks students how well they think they understood the material

  • view individual student information or the entire class's responses as a whole

  • grab the link to an individual video to share with others (e.g. parents, admin, your co-teacher, and/or social media)

  • leave written feedback/commentary on student videos 


Incorporating Recap is a great opportunity to differentiate questions and/or allow students to turn in video responses confidentially. 

A platform for real-time formative assessments + a FREE next-generation student response system. Students can type, show their work with drawings or submit images. Formative runs on any internet connected device and is optimized for any 1:1, BYOD, flipped or blended classroom.

Prodigy is a free, adaptive math game for grades 1-8 that integrates Common Core math into a role-playing game using a Pokemon-style wizardry theme. Students complete math questions to level up (become more powerful) and ultimately defeat Crios, Prodigy’s main antagonist.


Based on the student’s profile and an invisible diagnostic run during the preliminary tutorial, students are placed at a math level. As they play, question difficulty is increased or decreased depending upon their answers and facility with the skills. If a student struggles with a concept, following questions will backfill the necessary skills.


As the student works through the math problems, many lessons (but not all) include virtual manipulatives to help solve the problem: These include a speaker to say the question, a hint button to provide help, detail on the required skill, and a drawing tool to work through the answer. These encourage students to build their own problem solutions in a way that works for them rather than relying on a teacher or parent.

Quizlet provides free study tools for students, teachers, and learners of all ages that can be used in and out of the classroom, on your own or with friends, and on the go. Study vocabulary, science, math, history, social studies or almost anything. Create your own flashcards and share flashcards.

StudyStack is a free site that allows students, or teachers, to create their own flashcards to use as a study aid. You can also search already created flashcards to use. The site also has activities such as matching, crosswords, hangman and more that you can turn your flashcards into to help study a topic.

Easily turn a Google Spreadsheet into flashcards and other cool stuff including a game show, Hangman, a random name picker, badge tracker, and MadLibs.

FlipQuiz is a FREE Classroom Review Game for Educators. You don't need to be a 1:1 tablet school to get students involved! FlipQuiz is designed to make it easy for teachers to create and display Jeopardy-style review games. 

Kahoot! is a free game-based learning platform that makes it fun to learn – any subject, in any language, on any device, for all ages! A Kahoot is a collection of questions on specific topics. Created by teachers, students, business-people and social users, they are asked in real-time, to an unlimited number of “players,” creating a social, fun, and game-like learning environment.

Quizizz allows you to conduct student-paced formative assessments in a fun and engaging way for students of all ages. Quizizz can be played by students using any kind of device with a browser, including PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. Plickers is a polling software that allows teachers to instantly see how their students answered a question. If you have ever used clickers in your classroom, it is similar to a clicker system. Does not require students to have a device.​

Fact Monster is an ideal reference website geared towards kids age 8-14 that provides entertainment and educational resources. It combines the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records.

Online flashcards are a great way to study! Cram offers a wide selection of flashcards for you to study, memorize, test yourself on, and more. Learn a foreign language, practice your multiplication table or prepare for your MCAT by memorizing every bone in the body. Whatever it is you want to learn, Cram has you covered. With, you can use our web-based flashcard maker to create your own set. Once you create your online flashcards, you will be able to study, export or even share it with your fellow classmates. You can collaborate perfectly with anyone, anytime. Get cramming today!

SuperTeacherTools provides free programs to assist teachers or anyone else looking for fun review/training/classroom management materials. In the site, you will find a variety of review games, classroom management software, and other miscellaneous tools for educators.

Jeopardy Labs is a free website that anyone can have access to. It allows you to create a customized jeopardy template without PowerPoint. The games you make can be played online from anywhere in the world. Once you create your game template the website will give you a web address to access the finished game and a web address to edit the game in the future.


Not interested in building your own jeopardy templates? You can browse other jeopardy templates created by other people.

Create free educational games, quizzes, activities, and diagrams in seconds. Host them on your own blog, website or intranet! No signup, no password, no charge.

Educaplay is a free website which lets teachers create a wide variety of different educational interactive resources. These can then be linked to, or embedded into a blog. Users can develop their own educational activities, or use some of the thousands of activities developed by the Educaplay community.

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