Pupils cannot see MathShed, QuizShed or other spelling lists

Pupils cannot see MathShed, QuizShed or other spelling lists

If a pupil cannot see all of the games or lists available to them, this is most likely due to them having an assignment set with the 'limit lists' option selected.

When this option is selected, it stops access to all other games until the assignment has been completed.

If a pupil has been set an assignment for both Spelling Shed and MathShed, They will be able to access both even if the teacher has selected 'limit lists' on just one of the assignments.

The teacher who created the assignment can turn this off by editing the assignment.




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