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How to Create a Kit from Scratch
Create a Kit from Scratch Create a Kit from scratch in a few easy steps! Click the "New Kit" Button from your Dashboard (Gimkit.com/me) Clicking "New kit" Enter your Kit's name, language, and subject Adding kit info Choose a Cover Image for your Kit. You can use Unsplash or a
Importing a Flashcard Set
Importing a Flashcard Set We're proud to allow full export of all Kits made on Gimkit. Along with that, we're excited to save you time by allowing you to import a Flashcard sets into Gimkit. You can copy and paste any term and definition separated by a "Tab" into our import text box. You can also export Flashcard sets from third-party sites that offer an export feature: Find the set you want to export on a third party Flashcard site Find the "Export" button or more options menu (ofte
KitCollab Explained KitCollab makes creating kits collaborative by allowing your others to submit questions to your kits! KitCollab can be used in real-time or asynchronously, and with new or existing kits. And, you can also use it with students, other teachers, or both. Once you approve submitted questions, they'll be instantly added to your kit. When you're ready, you can play the kit live or turn it into an assignment!
Sharing A Kit
Sharing a Kit Here's how you can share a Kit with another teacher or with your students.
Archiving and Deleting Kits
Archiving and Deleting Kits To delete Kits inside of Gimkit, you have to Archive them first. Archiving Kits in Gimkit allows you to move it to the bottom of your Kit list, so it doesn't clutter things up, without losing access forever. After you've archived a Kit, you can choose to delete it if you'd like. Here's how to Archive and delete Kits inside of Gimkit: From your dashboard, click the "More" menu on the Kit you want to delete In the dropdown menu click "Archive"
Exponents and Superscripts/Subscripts
Here's how to add exponents or superscripts/subscripts into your Kit's questions or answers! This currently is a bit of a workaround. Our goal is to provide some better support for these within Gimkit. We know we have a lot to improve upon in making Gimkit easier for math educators! Adding Exponents or Superscripts Option 1: Carrot Symbol Use the carrot (^) symbol to indicate an exponent. Here's an example: 5^6 Option 2: Superscript Generator Use a superscript generator, su
How to copy Kits inside of Gimkit
How to Merge Kits
Here's how to merge two Kits together! This process will create a new Kit with questions from two existing Kits. Start creating a new Kit Click "Add from Question Bank" Click "My Kits" Find the Kit where you wa
Importing Flashcard Sets from Pear Deck's Flashcard Factory
Importing Flashcard Sets from Pear Deck's Flashcard Factory Pear Deck's Flashcard Factory was designed to transform the way students engage with vocabulary. When you play Flashcard Factory students pair up and work together to create dynamic and engaging flashcards. Students collaborate to illustrate and define terms, making lea
Adding an image to a question
Here's how you can attach an image to a question in Gimkit! Click "Add Photo" in the question editor Choose a source you want to add an image from. Note that image uploads are only available for paying subscribers. After you add an image, you'll see a small preview of it within the question editor !(ht
How to Use Kitroduce Yourself
What is Kitroduce Yourself? Well, besides an awesome name, Kitroduce Yourself is a limited-time spin on KitCollab! With KitCollab, students create questions for a Kit by submitting them to the teacher to be added to a Kit that can then be played immediately. To learn more about KitCollab, check out our How To Use KitCollab Article. Kitroduce Yourself turns KitCollab into the perfect ice breaker for begining of the year classroom introductions.
How to Use Gimkit's Question Bank
How to Use Gimkit's Question Bank Our Question Bank allows you to search questions from any public Kit and add them to your Kits. Question Bank can be used when you're editing a Kit and when you're creating a new Kit. Here's how it works: Create a new Kit or Edit an existing Kit. From the left panel, click "Add from Question Bank." A bottom panel will slide up. Use it to search al
Deleting Questions Click into the Kit you want to delete a question from Click "Edit" in the left-hand navigation panel Select the question or questions you want to delete Click the blue "Delete" button at upper right !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpde
How To Use Folders
How to create and manage Gimkit folders
How to export a Kit
You can export any Kit within Gimkit to quickly bring the content over to another site. Here's how to do that! Find the Kit you would like to export Click Export on the side panel Click Copy Text Paste the text into whichever other site/application you're using!
Creating Text Input Questions
Creating Text Input Questions You can create Text Input questions for any Kit and turn any question in your existing Kits into Text Input questions. Click into the Kit you want to edit or start creating a new Kit Click "Edit" to edit existing questions or click "Add Question" to create a new question When editing or creating your question, select "Text Input" as the question type at u
How to add symbols & accents
Gimkit provides a symbol & accent keyboard in the Kit Editor anywhere you can enter content. Here's how to use it! From the Kit Editor, find the text box where you want to enter a symbol Click the "Open Book" icon The symbol & accent keyboard will open. You can click the tabs to switch between sections. Y
Modify kit privacy
Modify kit privacy All newly created kits in Gimkit Live are public by default. When creating or editing a kit, click the privacy tag at the upper left to change the kit's privacy setting. Change privacy to your desired setting and click the Close button. !(https://storag
Renaming a Kit
If you want to change the name of a Kit, here's how to do that: Find the Kit you want to rename on your dashboard Go to the Kit you want to rename, hover over "More" and then click "Edit" Click the name of your Kit on the top left Enter the new name for your Kit, and then click "Rename" Congrats,
Changing the cover photo of a Kit
From your dashboard, find the Kit you want to change the cover photo Hover over "More" and then click "Edit" Click the cover photo on the top left Choose a new cover photo Congrats, you've changed the cover photo!
The Gimkit Live School Library is a place to discover kits made by other educators in your school. School Library will be helpful in two major ways: Makes it easier for existing Gimkit educators to share kits — if another teacher mentions that they made a Kit, you can check the School Library for it! Gives new Gimkit educators a place to discover kits — If you're new to Gimkit
How to flag/report a Kit
Here's how to flag/report a Kit. You might flag a Kit if it contains incorrect/inappropriate content, or breaks our terms of service. Thanks in advance for helping keep our community safe! Find the Kit you want to flag On the very bottom of left panel, click "Flag" Select the reason, leave an optional com
Creating A Kit From A .CSV File
How to create and edit a Kit using a .CSV file