When you reach level 9 by November 21, you'll qualify to enter a drawing to be one of 1,000 classes competing regionally and by grade level for LearnStorm Grand Prizes of "Comfy Classroom Makeovers" in a live LearnStorm Kahoot! that will challenge your whole class to work together as a team.
Qualified classes will receive an email on November 22 inviting you to apply to the game taking place virtually in your region's time zone, and for your class's grade level (Split into 1 Elementary game and 1 combined Middle + High School game per Western, Central and Eastern regions in the U.S.), for a total of 6 games and 6 grand prizes in early December.
Prizes & Recognition
All classes that participate in the grand prize Kahoot! will earn a special certificate to hang proudly in your school building. Additionally, all classes that get 15/15 questions correct will earn special recognition on our LearnStorm website. The winning class from each game will earn a Comfy Classroom Makeover.
Worried you won't be able to flex the school schedule to allow your students to attend the virtual event in your region, or that you won't have your name drawn when we run the drawing? Don't worry! We'll share the special Kahoot! with all classes who earned level 9 or higher right after the event for teachers to play in class as individuals or in competition with another class whenever works !
When your class reaches level 9, you'll qualify to enter our final round of super prizes: a comfy classroom makeover that includes bean bags, noise cancelling headphones, and transformative tablets from Wacom. Keep your eye on your email so you don't miss your invite!
Just like the drawing pad Sal uses! Feels like pen and paper. Works like magic. You and your students can draw, edit photos and videos, or brainstorm in ways that are so familiar, you’ll forget you’re doing it digitally.
Help ease your students into the new school year with bean bag chairs to foster comfort nad connection in your classroom.
Students can tune out, and tune in to focus on skill building, or to meditate and destress before a big test.