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H5P animals in a Quiz

I previously posted about using H5P to create a ‘Guess the animals’ Quiz for my daughters.

The criteria for building this content is:

  • Must work well on a mobile phone – this is a game we play while out and about, in a cafe, etc.
  • Have high quality images (some of the free Apps I found previously have really poor animal photos)
  • Feature genuine learning opportunities through pop-up tips, help text etc.
  • Be easy to use, navigate and read for children – my target audience initially being my daughters aged 4 and 6
  • Must be fun!

My first example used H5P Flashcards, and it worked quite well.

So next I’ve tried the same questions, but using the H5P Quiz (Question Set).

Given my criteria above, I’ve created all the questions as multiple choice, but with just two options. Younger learners can practice their reading as they can sound out the first letter of the two options, and click on the correct choice.

As with the Flashcards I’ve attributed everything correctly, so if you want to use this content in some way please do! Any feedback on errors, omissions, or any type of improvement please let me know 🙂

Note that the H5P Quiz (Question Set) allows for randomisation, which the H5P Flashcards does not.

The ability to zoom in on the image is very cool too !

Stuart Mealor
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Stuart Mealor

Stuart is interested in all things e-learning, with specific interests in Moodle, e-learning strategy, and business development. His experience in education over 30 years, MBA in International Business, and knowledge of e-learning systems implementation, together with graphic design background, give him a unique skill set for e-learning projects.

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