Exciting new feature- Awards!

Today we have launched our new awards for writing! Students will now not just be rewarded for how much writing they do, but for all the different types of writing they produce.

Students will be able to collect awards such as “Poem” awards and “Newspaper Report” awards, as well as awards for being featured in the Night Times, or taking part in the Star Writing challenge. Each award will give them orbs to collect and use to grow their Night zoo!

All students, need to do is to click on the “Awards” button on their menu to see what awards they have won and are still to win. We’ll be adding notifications for awards in the next month!

We hope this will be another tool to inspire an even more variety of writing on nightzookeeper.com!

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