Fantage has long been a favorite of kids with lots of fun and educational activities to participate in. This week, however, Fantage devs are launching a new initiative geared specifically to teacher-led virtual classrooms. The School Challenge will test participating classrooms in language and math comprehension and allow kids to participate in mini-games.
The first competition occurred in December with a Los Angeles fifth grade class splitting into two teams to compete against one another for cash prizes and school supply rewards. Other classes around the country are participating now as well.
"It's important to offer varied activities to keep the kids interested in learning, and the Fantage School games delivered," said Veronica Castillo, fifth grade teacher, Christ the King School. "Everyone in the classroom was excited to participate, and the School Challenge provided extra motivation for my students to focus on important subjects like reading and math. In addition to benefitting the students, the school also received a cash prize, which any teacher can attest is extremely useful."
Find out more and get your kid's teacher involved on the Fantage page.