Study at home

Give your kids engaging and easy-to-use learning games to study at home while school is out, or as an extra to school curriculum. Sign up and get access to millions of free learning games for the entire family.

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How Kahoot! makes studying at home awesome

Access 40 million ready-to-play kahoots for free

With a free Kahoot! account, you can get access to millions of ready-to-play games on any topic, in different languages, for children of all ages. Many of these games were created by teachers to complement their school’s curriculum. Have a look at themed game collections in our Self-study section, or search for relevant topics when you’re logged in to your account.

Drive content review with student-paced games

To make it possible for students to study anywhere, anytime, on any device, we introduced a new, student-paced way to play Kahoot! – challenges. With an option to turn timers off, challenges promote accuracy over speed, and discourage guesswork, which makes them extra helpful for review and test prep at home.

Start a game show in your living room

Choose from millions of existing learning games by searching for a relevant topic, or else create your own kahoot. Then play a Kahoot! with your family on the big screen in your living room. So, who will be the champ during the daily trivia?

Add fun competition via video conferencing

Start a live game of Kahoot! with more kids or family members using a free video conferencing tool such as Google Hangouts Meet or Skype. In addition to learning impact, playing Kahoot! also helps learners connect with each other when school is out.

Empower individual practice with our app

Using the Kahoot! app on smartphones, tablets or Chromebooks, learners can play kahoots relevant to curriculum or replay classroom kahoots in single-player mode.

Ask children to create and host their kahoots

Another powerful way to engage students at home and develop their creative skills is to encourage them to create their own kahoots based on learning content. They can then host them live or share as a challenge. We call this “learners to leaders” pedagogy, which is one of Kahoot!’s core concepts.

How to find a relevant game of Kahoot!

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Share an interactive and fun math learning experience with your children. The Dragonbox family of apps makes complex topics easy and engaging for learners starting from age of 4.

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For young learners: learn to read with Poio

The Poio app teaches kids how to read through play. With few instructions, no negative feedback, and exploration at the core of gameplay, the experience increases motivation and confidence as young learners proceed with the journey.

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4 steps to make learning at home awesome

Plan

In the days when your children study at home, decide on a program and specific goals for them to follow over time instead of going with standalone activities.

Engage

Starting from dedicating a space for studying at home to tools you choose for your children, put extra emphasis on sparking engagement and curiosity.

Interact

When school is out, it’s particularly important to focus on the social aspect of learning. Avoid isolation by facilitating interaction with parents, teachers, and classmates.

Motivate

Studying at home provides flexibility but also might make it more challenging to focus than a classroom setting. Come up with several ways to motivate children to study, for example, by introducing some fun or rewards.