Students already enjoy playing Drawize - Draw and Guess, and often play it with friends in school.
Since drawing and doodling are some of the rare activities proven to boost memory and improve focus (read more) we are really glad our game can help make kids interested in drawing.
We encourage teachers to use Drawize in the Classroom - it can help engage students and make learning really fun for everyone!
Students are more likely to remember what is learned if they actively participate in the class, and playing a game is a great way to make them actively involved.
Drawize can be used for different subjects, including foreign languages and vocabulary practicing, and some teachers already have good experiences using a Pictionary style game in the classroom.
The teacher can use our Friends room feature, in combination with custom words.
Yes, a lot of teachers asked us for a solution to play in a private room without ads, and we do understand how ads can be annoying, so we made two plans specifically targeting private rooms gameplay. You can buy a one-time plan if you are looking to organize just one event, or use a subscription if you are going to organize games regularly in your classroom - all players playing in your rooms will have ad-free experience. Please click here read our blog post on ad-free Drawize for more info.
If your classroom counts more than 12 members, you should consider Drawize Teams.
This is an option designed specifically with bigger groups in mind. Players are grouped into teams and each team has an artist in each round. That way all players will get their turn drawing sooner and the whole game is more dynamic than classic Drawize when played in the big group.
Also, players in one team are collecting points together - giving players an opportunity to learn the importance of cooperation and teamwork.