PebbleGo Create

What is PebbleGo Create?

Unleash your K-5 students’ creativity with PebbleGo Create, an all-new tool that can be added to any PebbleGo subscription. PebbleGo Create is an intuitive digital workspace for students to demonstrate learning and share their knowledge from PebbleGo. By pairing student-centered active learning with engaging curriculum-connected content, students can retain more essential concepts core to academic success.

Boy with glasses holding iPad with PebbleGo Create

Get a first look at PebbleGo Create!

You're invited to join us along with Future-ready Teacher Librarian, Shannon McClintock Miller, for "Unleashing Student Creativity with PebbleGo Create", to see firsthand how this exciting new tool can help you to assess learning tied to student research and reading.


How PebbleGo Create Works

PebbleGo Frogs article with Create button

Step 1

Students click ‘Create’ on any PebbleGo or PebbleGo Next article.

PebbleGo Create Student Options

Step 2

Students select a ready-made or a blank template.

PebbleGo Create Student Work

Step 3

Students demonstrate what they learned, providing educators with authentic assessment.

PebbleGo Create on multiple devices

How PebbleGo Create Helps

Click and Create

Students can easily draw, type, record a video, and choose from thousands of engaging stickers, animations, and templates to show what they learned.

Less time logging in, more time learning

One login allows students access to your PebbleGo subscription, their PebbleGo Create workspace, and previous work. They can navigate seamlessly within their PebbleGo experience and easily share their creations with their teacher.

Authentic and portfolio assessment support

Teachers have easy access to each students’ creations, providing real-time insights on whether students are mastering the standards being taught.

Easy setup and maintenance

Quickly sync class rosters with Microsoft 365 and Google Classroom* so teachers can spend more quality time teaching.

*CSV files can be uploaded instead if your school doesn’t use Microsoft or Google to roster.