Create free pdf worksheets online

We now have a free feature at You can use our advanced quiz maker to create professional looking printable pdf worksheets! Just login with the demo account (username and password are both “demo”).

After you finished creating a quiz, click on the button “Show Quiz”. Then you will see the link to “Generate a PDF file” at the top right of the quiz you created.

create a pdf file

Here is an example screenshot of a pdf worksheet created with our quiz creator:

See here for how it looks like when creating the pdf:

Let us know if the generated pdf files don’t turn out as you would like them too. We are always open to suggestions.

The best cloze quiz creator?

Teachers have told us that is the best cloze test maker that they have found. What makes it superior to other cloze test creators?

Here is a list of features that make stand out:

  • You can do more than just creating cloze tests: you can also add multiple choice, drag & drop, dropdown and essay questions -> see here

  • Lots of flexibility: multiple answers can be correct, you can add a hint and special chars -> see here

  • Do your own formatting, insert pictures and audio.

  • Great for assessments, as you get a detailed overview of the submitted answers.

And lots of other features that will simplify your life as a teacher. Oh, and did we mention that it’s very easy to use? Go to and login with demo/demo to test it out.

Drag and Drop Quizzes engage ADHD kids through hands-on learning

We recently got this great feedback from a customer:

“My daughter is in 5th grade has ADHD, learning disabilities, and she is a visual learner. So I take her study guides from school and make Drop and Drag tests and sometimes multiple-choice quizzes. She loves the Drop/Drag tests and does them twice daily to study. Since I began using your site, it is rare that my daughter gets below a B on a Science or Social Studies test.” Susan A.

As you can see from this feedback, quizzes can be used by Mums and Dads for supplementing their kids’ school curriculum. These online quizzes also help kids with short-term memory problems. The students benefit from online quizzes because they can do quick repetitions on their tablets every single day. Visual learners benefit, too, by seeing the material on their screens. Kids are so used to screen time, so learning on it seems more natural and fun.

Parents can initially make up the quizzes from study guides to reinforce school learning. By middle school, kids with learning disabilities/ADHD should be making the quizzes up themselves to reinforce the learning.

Go to to start creating your own drag & drop quizzes.

BYOD, mobile phones and quizzes

byodBYOD, bring your own device, is a policy used by an increasing number of schools. Recently more teachers have told us that they would like their students to be able to have their students complete the quizzes they created for them on their mobile devices. So finally we’ve got round to creating a responsive layout for which means that it now looks good on any screen size. Learnclick can be used for more than just creating quizzes. It can also be used as an assessment tool, which will help you save time with grading. As a teacher you can create classes, manage students and create logins. For actually creating quizzes we still recommend using a computer, although it does work on an iPad. But you will find marking words is easier with a mouse than by touch.

Here are some pros & cons for using mobile phones in the classroom:

+ Students are more comfortable using their own device.
+ A lot of students love using technology.
+ They always have their phones with them.
+ You don’t need to buy computers.

– It comes with many distractions (like texting)
– A device can break. You need to make sure you have temporary replacements.

Link: for creating online quizzes & cloze tests

Improve your Skype classes with quizzes

We developed for easily creating gap-filling and other types of quizzes. The tool is especially loved by language teachers. I recently used it myself while teaching my Korean brother-in-law English with Skype.

This is how it can be done: During a Skype class take notes of areas where the student had difficulties and of mistakes he made. Based on that create a few example sentences. Using you can create a quiz with a few mouse clicks in minutes which you can then share with your student. You can also create a username for your student so that the answers he gives get recorded.

Your students will appreciate this type of review and it will help you as teacher to make lessons more individual, based on the students needs.

Update: You can use an iframe code so that your students never have to leave your homepage as described here:

Create a quiz for memorizing bible verses

We’ve recently noticed that is not just the ideal quiz maker for language teachers, but also for testing scripture knowledge. We’ve had a number of bible teachers sign up, because it is very simple to paste a bible verse into the text box of the test creator and then mark all the words you want to change into a cloze. Many teachers find especially the possibility to create “drag & drop” words useful. Besides you can of course also create multiple choice quiz questions. With the statistics feature one can easily compare students answers.

Create online language tests

Language testing is where most differentiates from other quiz makers, because it is so easy to create tests around texts, like gap-filling exercises, drag & drops or matching exercises which is especially useful for testing vocabulary and grammar.

Create sections that focus on vocabulary, reading comprehension, grammar and writing.
If you have the answers recorded, you can get a quick overview of where your students weaknesses are. A test should be constructed with the goal of having students learn from their weaknesses.

Choose topics that interest your students. With you can insert pictures and sound files which also makes the tests more interesting.

How to share a class or a quiz with another teacher

If you have several colleagues who use, these new “Sharing” features will be very welcome.

Sharing a Quiz

If you would like to share your quiz with a teacher colleague, so that he can edit it himself, click on the link above your quiz (in the edit mode):

Clicking on the link will present you with the following screen:

Sharing a Class

A link “Share Class with another teacher” is now visible when you view your class. Unlike with quizzes, it’s not a copy that gets created but more like a link. Only the teacher who originally created the class can add, remove and edit students. But it allows the other teacher(s) to assign a quiz to the same students and therefore students only need one Learnclick username.

Some new Features

We’ve added some new useful features recently.

1) Duplicate a Quiz
This is useful if you want to make a quiz that is similar to an existing quiz. Just click on the icon with the green plus sign to copy it. You could also create a template with the settings that you always use in order to save time and not forget to check a setting. Just set the “Visible To” for your template quiz to “Just me”.


2) Randomize Question Order
Are students able to see each others screen? Prevent students from cheating by checking the “Randomize questions” option.


3) Use Fullscreen Mode
If you find the textbox for creating a quiz too small, just click on the “fullscreen” icon. Once you’ve finished, you can click on the “fullscreen” icon again to return to the normal mode.


4) Formatting an Answer
For multiple choice questions you can now also add formatting to the answers. Just click on the “editor” icon next to the input box. Thanks to this option, you could even insert a picture as an answer. The quiz creator is now even more powerful and flexible than before.


As always…
If you have any suggestions for improvements, please let us know.

Create Quizzes with the Edmodo App ‘Cloze Quiz Builder’ – A Review

This is a review written by teacher Robert Donaldson on our Edmodo app.

I found a great new quiz generator called Cloze Quiz Builder by LearnClick. This add-on app replaces Edmodo’s quiz builder and has many features Edmodo’s quiz maker just doesn’t have.

I especially love the ability to post results directly into Edmodo. This saves me the extra step of viewing results in another program. LearnClick’s quiz builder has the ability to handle many formatting options that I find critical to creating quizzes that help the user understand the information I am asking. Bold, italics, underline and even colored text allow me to create more complicated questions while still allowing the student to follow what I am asking.

In addition to the formatting options, LearnClick’s quiz generator has testing choices Edmodo doesn’t have. I use the Generated Dropdown option a lot. The dropdown list takes up a lot less room on student’s screens making much more useful for smaller screens on netbooks and tablets. Also, the Drag and Drop option is unmatched and very useful. Lastly, I sometimes use the Multiple Choice option that allows me to specify more than one correct answer. It’s a nice feature to have when you need it.

For me, formative assessments require quick adjustments and means smaller more frequent quizzes that allow me to steer learning on the fly. LearnClick’s app is so much faster and powerful than Edmodo’s quiz generator, there is no way I would go back. Honestly, there is nothing to go back to as these two generators aren’t even the same league.