The students seen in the photos earned hoodies for monthly high point statuses gained while participating in the Clever Crazies for Kids, CCK, program.
CCK awards Walmart gift cards and other prizes weekly and monthly in an effort to encouraged students to play the learning games
CleverCrazes.com is secure and educational, and it was created with the following universities – North Carolina State University, University of Cincinnati College of Education, and Purdue University – participated in the academic development of the Clever Crazes educational resources, ensuring that the CCK academics support and enhance state standards curricula.
After gaining the academic support of the University of Cincinnati’s School of Education, the local program quickly evolved into CleverCrazes.com, a FREE educational enrichment website for kids that includes not only health, but also STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) academics, ethics, literacy, and personal responsibility. Dianne’s vision has continued to grow, and now kids in schools, homes, and after-school programs across the country can learn through educational games, stay physically fit, and make healthy choices while building self-esteem. From learning to read, to learning to code, to learning about the sciences and the arts, kids in Pre-K through 8th grade are encouraged to stay in school and build a lifelong love of learning.
Through colorful, exciting, animated educational games and activities, students earn points while engaging with material in Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. The math and vocabulary skill & drill activities offer students the opportunity to earn points while they improve their abilities to answer questions quickly and accurately. With over 50,000 facts and questions and more than 150 educational games and activities, students learn while earning points. This model of encouragement builds students’ confidence, encourages curiosity, and instills a fundamental love of learning.”
*Information copied from the CCK website.