If you just have your family it’s easy, just tell your kids what their username, passcode and Customer name/number are. Maybe write it down on a piece of paper? They have to enter this information every time they want to play. You can go back and edit that information if you decide you chose something too long to type or too hard to remember.
What if you have a class full of students?
In your dashboard there is a blue button that says, Export Students. (I know you’re wondering who would pay for them sight unseen.) It is outlined in black in this picture with an arrow pointing toward it. Clicking on this button does not send your students away, instead it creates an excel file with the login information of all your students listed. So you can walk around and give them the information.
I promise I will figure out a way that it will print that info out onto little Avery labels that you can paste onto something and give to them. Just not this month.
Share the login information with parents!
You want your students to play at home as well as at school! The best way to do that is to let the parents know how their students should login.
- Print out a class set of this handy Parent Letter
- Complete each student’s login information so they can take it home.
- Have them take it home to share with their parents.
- Note the green feedback button for when there are technical difficulties.
A five to ten minute session each evening at home can make a huge difference in progress!
You can also find a link to this “Parent Letter” on your dashboard in the left hand black navigation bar.