Saturday, 20 May 2017


A member of the LiPS (Languages in Primary Schools) Facebook group, Ana Woodward, shared her find of this website yesterday.

FlipQuiz can be used to make interactive, "Jeopardy" style quizzes for children to play in class in teams.  You need to sign up for an account, which is free, and then you can start to make your quizzes.  You enter pairs of questions and answers, or it could be English and target language / target language and English.  You can also add an image to each pair as well.  FlipQuiz then generates the game board for you, which you can also customise with different colours and images.

If you sign up for the free account, you have to keep the scores yourself.  The Pro account will keep score for you.

My first flip quiz is about opinions of fruits and vegetables, which I am doing with Year 3 Spanish at the moment:

I think this would be a good alternative to Blue Numbers for reviewing a topic.  It can be used for single items of vocabulary, for short phrases and for longer sentences.  It would also be useful practising translation in Key Stages 3 and 4.

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