Use Quizlet to create flashcards and quizzes for your students. You can create your own, or use the subjects already available. Quizlet is available as a mobile application, too, which couldn't be more handy!
Over a year ago, we highlighted Quizlet with this testimony from Mrs. B, "Quizlet is a site where you can create quizzes for studying anything that has vocabulary or a simple term for an answer.
The funnest thing about it though, I think, is that you can invite your friends to join a group where your can virtually study together and even compete in a couple little games (I've emailed them, begging for more of those!).
I've created a group called Ms. B's Group for studying word quizzes. So far over 12 kids from my live classes have joined, and we have been having a blast trying to outscore each other. There are a few students out there who can define this week's words in their sleep!"
Quizlet wrote me recently with a little bit about their site's history:
[Quizlet] is the largest flashcard and study games website with over 2.5 million free sets of flashcards. It was founded by Andrew Sutherland when he was 15 years old, and in need of a better way to learn French. He's now 20 years old and we are constantly developing new features for the site.
How to Get This Freebie: Visit Quizlet to make your own free quiz
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