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What is a Kahoot?
Signing up and creating your Kahoot happens here: https://getkahoot.com/
Step Two~ Create Your Kahoot!
Kahoot you can make. Let's focus on a quiz.
Press on the quiz icon, and you will be asked to give it a
name. Type the name into the text field - give it a
descriptive & catchy name to inform and motivate your
students, as well as attract other users to play it in their
Press the purple ‘Go!’ button. You can now add your questions.
Step 3~Add your Questions
Enter your first question in the field at the top - you have
a 95 character limit so make it focused & snappy! Enter
up to 4 answer options, and select the correct one(s) by
pressing the red ‘Incorrect’ button to turn it into a green
‘Correct’ button. Choose a time limit between 5-120 secs.
Embed an image into your question by dragging one in
from your desktop, or pressing the ‘Choose file’ button.
Step 4~Fill in Your Settings
Manage your Kahoots & help other users discover them.
Select the language your Kahoot has been written in,
and the primary audience it’s intended for, 5th grade, Kindergarten, etc. Choose to publish it privately so only you can launch it.
Add a 140 character description, this should describe
how you intend this Kahoot to be played (eg to introduce
a topic) and with who (eg 5th grade). Move the purple bar
to select a difficulty.
Step 6~ Add a Cover Image
Personalize your Kahoot & make it stand out.
The cover image is projected to your class at the start of
your quiz - so choose something that is descriptive of the
content, or even personalized to your students.
It’s also used as the picture displayed in all listings
(either under ‘Me’ or in ‘Public’) - make it eye catching so
it stands out from the crowd. Add it using the same
function you used in questions - if you choose not to add
one we’ll add a generic Kahoot! image in instead