Teachers with Class Accounts have a unique Class Code that can be found in Teacher Settings. Students use this Class Code to sign into Khan Kids so that their teacher can send them assignments and see their progress. Please note that students who are using Khan Kids with Clever will sign in with their Clever account information or Clever badge instead.
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How students sign in with a Class Code:
Step 1. Download the free Khan Academy Kids app onto a mobile device. The app can be downloaded for free from the Apple, Google Play, or the Amazon app stores. Note: If you already have Khan Academy Kids on your device, you'll need to sign out of your existing account before using a Class Code.
Step 2. Open the Khan Academy Kids app and tap Sign in with Class Code in the top right corner of the Sign Up screen. A dialog will pop up asking whether you want to Type or Scan a code.
Step 3. Type or scan the Class Code.
|If you select Type Code, type the code into the dialog (e.g., 39VT38) ⬇️ If you are a parent, ask your child's teacher for the code.
|If you select Scan Code, give Khan Kids access to use your camera and scan the code. ⬇️
Teachers can find the Class Code in their Teacher Settings. You do not have to print out the code to be able to use it. You can scan it directly from another screen or device.
Step 4. Choose a whole-class view or individual student view. A dialog will ask "Who will be using this device?”
- If students are sharing devices at school, select your class name under Pick the whole class.
- If students are using 1:1 devices at school, or if students are using Khan Kids at home, select a student name under Or pick a student.
5. Super! You are signed in to the Class Account. You will either see one student’s avatar or all the avatars in the whole class.
|Pick the whole class ⬇️
|Or pick a student ⬇️
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