A streaming subscription-based service for digital Spanish games. Your Flangoo account gives you and your students access to a library of varying games designed for middle school and high school Spanish classes—all included in your subscription cost!
How much does a subscription cost?
Flangoo Games offers both monthly and yearly subscriptions. For a limited time, Flangoo Games is HALF OFF for teachers whose schools have closed due to COVID-19: $19.99 per month (regularly $39.98) or $99.99 per year (regularly $199.98).
How do I try it out?
Click here to start your free week of Flangoo Games. If you like it, you can upgrade your free membership to a 1-month or 1-year membership from your account dashboard.
Will it auto-renew every month or every year?
Yes. If you sign-up through PayPal it will auto-renew. You can cancel anytime in your account section or on your PayPal account.
Can I cancel at any time?
Yes, you can cancel at any time. Note: We can’t provide refunds for unused days or months. We hope you’ll take advantage of our free one-week trial to see if Flangoo Games is a good fit for you and your students before purchasing. If you have questions prior to canceling, email [email protected].
How do I pay?
Currently, you can go to Flangoogames.com and purchase using PayPal. If you would like to pay using a credit card or school purchase order, you can do that by going to www.teachersdiscovery.com and searching for Flangoo Games. You will have the option to purchase either membership. If purchasing through teachersdiscovery.com, please note that there may be a delay of up to 48 hours in receiving your login credentials. If you have questions prior to purchasing, email [email protected].
What is included in my membership?
Both the monthly and yearly subscription options include access to all games for a teacher and up to 150 students. Games also include a downloadable vocab list for students to study before playing the games.
How many students can access the Flangoo games?
You can add up to 150 students. Why 150? We polled Spanish teachers and determined that the average teacher has approximately five class periods of approximately 30 kids per period. If you need more, email [email protected]
How do I give students access?
Once a teacher logs in, there is a menu in the top right-hand corner. From there, the teacher can add students one at a time and manually send each student their login code and password OR use the student link to have students generate their own login and password. You can either email all of your students in a group with the link or post the link on your Learning Management System for them to access.
Are students required to give any personal information?
We only request a name and class period for teacher purposes. Because you will see students’ access, they will email you if they lose their login code or they need you to reset their password because they forgot it.
How do you give students their login code and password if Flangoo Games doesn't require their email address
You email them a link and they set themselves up. You won't even see their password. If they forget, you can just reset it. You will be able to manage all of that from the Student Panel. We recommend that you highly stress that when they sign up, they store their login code and their created password in a secure location, so you don't have to retrieve it for them too frequently.
Will Flangoo work on any device?
Yes. Flangoo Games is designed to work on laptops, desktops, iPads, iPhones, Android phones, and Android tablets. Whatever devices you and your students have, they will work with Flangoo Games. If you happen to find a device that isn't compatible, email us at [email protected] and we'll work to find a solution.
Are you going to add more Games?
Yes! We are currently working on even more games to add to the Flangoo Games website. We are also working on improving the existing games to make Flangoo Games even better for you and your students. If you have any ideas or suggestions for new games, please email us at [email protected].
Is there a French or German version?
Not yet, but we are considering it! If there is enough interest, we may add games for French and German classes.