Kahoot! is on a mission to help children explore the world and broaden their horizons. Thanks to the solutions designed especially for children and teenagers, they can learn how to be independent on their learning adventures in a safe environment.
In this article you will learn:
- How to subscribe to Kahoot!+ Explorer?
- What does Kahoot!+ Explorer include?
- Quick facts about Kahoot!+ Explorer
- Can I share my Kahoot!+ Explorer subscription?
Age range: 2-15
How to subscribe to Kahoot!+ Explorer?
In order to upgrade to the Kahoot!+ Explorer plan you need to download our Android or iOS mobile app. In the app, you need to insert the age that is within the 2-15 range. Afterward, you will be offered an option to proceed with Kahoot!+ Explorer.
You will also be able to upgrade to Kahoot!+ Explorer later on through the upsells in the kahoot creator. The prompts to subscribe will appear when you try to use the additional features included in Kahoot!+ Explorer.
It is not possible to subscribe to Kahoot!+ Explorer via a web platform.
What does Kahoot!+ Explorer include?
- Kahoot! Kids
- Additional customizable avatar options
- Access to additional features in kahoot creator (for example: adding puzzles, polls, and multi-select answers to your kahoots)
- Access to 8 more award-winning learning apps
The Kahoot!+ Explorer plan does not offer access to the questions that require players to type in their answers (Type answer, WordCloud, Brainstorming, Open-ended).
Quick facts about Kahoot!+ Explorer
- The subscription offers a single profile
- Young users use it on their own accounts
- The plan can be used only in the mobile app
Can I share my Kahoot!+ Explorer subscription?
At the moment Kahoot!+ Explorer is not available with Family Sharing and you cannot set up multiple profiles.
If you want to add more profiles to Kahoot! Kids or DragonBox/Poio learning apps you need to purchase a web plan that includes the Learning apps and Kahoot! Kids. You can check that on the relevant pricing page: personal, for schools (individual), schools/districts, higher education, department/campus.