Kubbo: Provides Educational Computer Activities for Students

Justin Pot 28-01-2010

More and more desktop applications are moving to the cloud, and Kubbo proves that educational software is not immune. The service provides a wide variety of online educational computer activities  for students including flash cards for language learning, example tests and quizzes and crossword puzzles.


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Teachers can track students activities and access their progress. Teachers can also design quizzes, activities and games from the ground up using existing tools as a basis. Because the entire application lives on the cloud, students and teachers alike can access everything from home or in the classroom.

educational computer activities

Kubbo is free within certain constraints: a teacher signing up for the free version can only register 30 students for the service and 15 activities at a time. Additionally, student data will only be recorded for 30 days. Functionality beyond this requires the purchase of a license.

The free version probably isn’t realistic for the typical classroom, but could work for small schools and is completely acceptable for homeschooling parents.


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  • Provides free educational activities on the internet.
  • Online school activities including quizzes, crosswords and matching games.
  • Student progress is tracked and accessible to teachers via online interface.
  • Free with some restrictions: 30 students, 15 activities at a time, data stored for 30 days.
  • Free version more than enough for small classes and homeschooling parents.

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  1. kaly
    January 29, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    Oops my bad

    Thanks for pointing it out.

  2. Lovesflsun
    January 29, 2010 at 6:14 am

    Are you serious with the title? what's a Stuent?