1. True/False: Add a true/false statement into the question field, and list True and False in the answer fields, leaving the others blank. Set the right answer to “Correct.”
2. Sight words: List one sight word per question field, and Correct and Incorrect in the answer fields. Always set “Correct” set as the correct answer for when your students get the word right (or wrong).
3. Open-ended questions: Ask a question without providing potential answers simply by typing “Correct” and “Incorrect” in the answer fields, and setting “Correct” set as the right answer. After your students shout out the answer, you can select whether or not they got it right, giving the game the answer it needs to proceed. This hack is also great for mental math review!