At Educaplay, we’re obsessed about making everything easier for you.
That’s why we’ve improved the signing up process to paid accounts by offering you the possibility of:
· Yearly or monthly subscription so that you can sign up as long as you need
· Automatic renewal so you don’t have to worry about repeating the whole process over and over again
· Facilities so that your organization can sign up for the Plan:
- A Quote at just a click
- Our Pay for Me link
- Management of invoice details
You can subscribe via the Premium page, the Plan section of your profile or by clicking on the following button:
|Subscribe to your Plan|
All the Plans have the same functionalities as before. We've just changed the names:
· Don't call it Free, call it Basic
· Say goodbye to Noads. Now it's called Advanced
· Plus is no long Plus, now it's Academic
· And Commercial is still called Commercial
"But I've already got a paid account!"
We’re very grateful. If you already have a paid account, switch to subscription. Now, it’ll cost you 0 cents and you’ll get a month free of charge.
You’ll repeat the signing up process (for the last time!) without having to pay anything. When the period you signed up for ends, your Plan will be automatically renewed for a year or a month (whichever you choose). Then, within a period of 72 hours, we’ll add another free month to the new period you signed up for.
"Yes, but have you raised the prices?"
Actually, we’ve reduced the price of the yearly Plans. Now they cost the same as the former 2-year Plans.
The monthly plans are new. Many Educaplayers requested them, and we listened to them.
The yearly Plans have a 20% discount on the price of our monthly ones to reward users who decide to confide in our services for longer.
"The organization I work for should pay for this"
You’re quite right. That’s why we’ve made it easier than ever for you and for them.
After you’ve chosen your Plan, you can send the quote or Pay for Me link to your organization for them to complete the signing up process.
We’ve also drawn up the A Brilliant Plan for Your Organization guide for you to give them a summary of everything they need to know about our Plans and how to sign up for them.
You’ll use the Plan, but it’ll belong to your company or organization. As it should be!
If you have any further questions, see this Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document that we’ve drawn up, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need to take a look at it, here are the Terms and conditions of use.
We’re here to help with anything you need.
Many thanks and see you soon!
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn”. Maybe you learnt famous quotes like this one from Benjamin Frankling just reading them once, but it will be easier, funnier and more efective with this Unscramble Words game.
Try the new interface, the new editor, and new features like creating a game with two or more sentences placed in different screens, or using line breaks to divide the text in a screen.
Create a listening comprehension game, perfect to familiarize your students with the pronunciation and writing of a second language.
Upload your audio files or record them from the editor. They will autoplay when the game screen loads, your players will see the transcript with the words jumbled up and they will have to put them in the correct place.
In addition to sentences, you can also create the game with just a list of words, like in this chronological order game with a list of artistic movements.
Use audio but also text, images and animated gifs to give as clues on top of the jumbled sentence.
Players can click on a word to change it for the one in the active square, or drag and drop it to replace it with the one they want.
By default, the editor creates the games without lives or time limits, but you can put them if you want to give your players extra motivation.
It's a matter of days before we put the forth in your hands: another new version of one of our classic games.
At the same time we are working to bring you a new game as soon as possible, and on improvements to make Educaplay more useful, easy and intuitive.
See you soon!
Create Unscramble Letters games with many words or sentences thanks to the new version of the activity. We improved it from head to toe, with an editor and a game interface like the one Froggy Jumps has.
On a touch device, your players can tap a letter to change it for the one in the active square, or drag and drop it to replace it with the one they want.
On a computer, they can use the keyboard to type or the mouse to click or drag and drop.
You have an optional space to give a question or clue combining text, audio, images or animated gifs.
If you are a Premium user, you can set a background image in the activity, which will be shown before starting and during the game.
The game editor has lives and time limits turned off by default, but you can change this for a plus of excitement, allowing them a maximum number of mistakes, or a given number of seconds to sort each word.
In the coming months we are going to improve all our activities so that the editor and the game interface are just as exciting and friendly as this one.
At the same time, we will take the opportunity to change and add the things that you have asked us for so that you can get the most out of each type of game.
Being able to create Unscrable Letters games with more than one word or phrase was a frequent demand. That is why we chose this activity to be the first one to be renewed.
We are also working to bring you new games. The next one will be one many Educaplayers have asked us for.
We made two improvements to increase the power of your integrations of Educaplay games to Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams.
First, say goodbye to upload the same game again and again to all your classes of 5th grade, for example.
The screen will show you all the classes you have on your Classroom or Teams account, and then you will be able to select the three of them to upload the game on all of them at the same time.
Secondly, you can choose what grade you want to save in Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams when a student plays an activity more than once: the first one or the best one.
Let’s say a player scores 60 the first time she plays a game you integrated in Google Classroom. Then she plays once more and gets 100, the perfect score.
Until now, Google Classroom would save the 60, and the following attempts would not affect this grade.
From now on, when you choose “First grade” it works like this, but if you choose “Best grade”, when the player finishes the second attempt, the 60 in your gradebook will turn into a 100.
So now you can decide to reward players who play your games more than once trying to improve their score in Classroom or Teams.
You probably know you can schedule your Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams assignments setting a day and time to start submitting, and a deadline.
When you integrate an Educaplay game in those platforms, you can do the same.
You just need to click on “Save draft in...” instead of “Publish to…”.
Once you do that, you can go to the Classroom or Teams classes where you created the draft, and change the options you want (schedule, deadline…) before publishing the assignment.
We wish you find this helpful! Please find us at email@example.com or at our social media for any doubt, question or comment.
What would you like to see improved next in our integrations with Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams?