Join the Skoolbo Learnathon!

skoolbo2If you haven’t already discovered Skoolbo, it’s time you did! This great free math, literacy and languages app launched in 2014 and is now used in 50,000 schools worldwide. The innovative and hugely enjoyable game uses state of the art graphics to immerse students in exciting 3D virtual learning worlds. This is game-based learning at its best; highly efficient learning, motivational and fun! Children fly in planes, ride on the backs of dragons, run races and compete in dance-offs. Yes, it's fun, but they will also be securing essential foundational skills as they play. In fact, 94% of children secure a new skill after only 20 minutes on Skoolbo!

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It's quick and easy to get started and once up and running, Skoolbo’s adaptive algorithm continually assesses and delivers precisely the correct level of challenge for each learner. You can view individual and class progress in your online dashboard and easily identify any potential gaps in learning.

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New for 2017 is the Skoolbo Learnathon – an exciting way to improve educational outcomes for learners while, at the same time, raising extra funds for your classroom!

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Students are challenged to answer 1,000 reading and math questions. Family and friends can pledge their support and 100% of funds raised go towards teaching resources to excite all learners and save time.

  • no administration for teachers
  • donations handled safely via Skoolbo
  • all funds raised are returned to teacher as credits
  • wide range of exciting resources to choose from

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And there’s a little extra motivation for players too! The Skoolbo team have created some exciting digital rewards that students can earn during the Learnathon. For example, answering 1,000 questions will be rewarded with a fabulous hypersonic jet!

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Skoolbo works on any device, at school, and at home, and it's completely free!

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