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About Breakout Fun!
Breakout Fun! uses teacher created questions to build customizable classroom games. Once a game is created, students work together in groups to problem solve against other teams in the class.
Breakout Fun! has a very fast setup time and is easy to use. It works great during in person classes, but is always a wonderful way to engage to engage virtual audiences as well. Students love playing Breakout Fun!
Bring excitement back into the classroom
- Increase student engagement and encourage meaningful interactions
- Break out of the daily classroom routine
- Cut down on lesson prep time
- Works great in all learning environments: in-person, virtual, or hybrid!
Breakout Fun! – a NEW activity creator for educators
Breakout Fun! uses teacher provided questions to create fun activities where students can work together, learn from each other, and engage in friendly competition. The setup time is very fast for the teacher, and students love playing Breakout Fun!
Created by Educators
Virtual or In-Person
Recognized at conferences
Nothing is worse than entering a Breakout room where everybody is muted and has their camera off, and getting group work done is almost impossible in that setting. With the introduction of Breakout Fun, we finally had an incentive to work together and engage with one another. Not only have Breakout rooms become more productive, but I now have a better connection to my peers, even in a remote setting.Leonie K.Student
I used to hate when my teachers would put us in breakout rooms. Nobody would participate and it felt like a huge waste of time. However, since my teachers have started using Breakout Fun, I look forward to being able to connect and compete with my classmates all while learning the course material.Michael H.Student
"The game was great! It had me engaged and focused whilst having fun. As I was contributing and playing, I was also being challenged by having to answer questions with a time limit which put pressure on my team. The challenge aspect worked out well because it made teams compete in order to win. It was a lot of fun! I recommend this game to any teachers looking to do something fun and interactive with their students."Eljay M.Student