What activity types are available?

CurrikiStudio has a library of over 40 “interactive-by-design” learning activities. We continue to improve functionality and offer new activity types so that CurrikiStudio can be your one-stop-shop for creating immersive learning experiences.

Example Activity TypesWith CurrikiStudio, you can customize your lessons for every class by creating your own interactive activities. Scroll down to see a quick overview of the five different categories that organize our various activity types. Navigate to the Interactions Library at Curriki.org to preview an individual demo and video tutorial for each of our 40+ activity types.


CurrikiStudio breaks down our 40+ activity types into five categories:

 Questions Content Type ButtonsPhoto Image Content Type ButtonsMultimedia Content Type ButtonsInformational Content Type ButtonsAudio Content Type Buttons


1. Questions

The Questions category gives you the activities you need to assess your learners. 



This category includes:

  • Advanced Fill in the Blanks
  • Arithmetic Quiz
  • Dialog Cards
  • Essay
  • Fill in the Blanks
  • Mark the Words
  • Multiple Choice Quiz
  • Personality Quiz
  • Single Choice Set
  • True & False
  • Questionnaire
  • Quiz
  • Word Drag & Drop
  • Word Find



2. Photo/Images

The Photo/Images category provides you with activities to create visually immersive content.



This category includes:

  • Agamotto
  • Collage
  • Drag & Drop
  • Flashcards
  • Guess the Answer
  • Image Hotspot
  • Image Juxtaposition
  • Image Pairing
  • Image Sequencing
  • Image Slider
  • Memory Game
  • Multiple Hotspots



3. Multimedia

The Multimedia category offers you activities for immersive media experiences. This category also provides the ability to include activity types from the other four categories. Within the following activity types - Branching Scenario, Column Layout, Course Presentation, and Interactive Video - you will see options to easily include/embed activities from the Questions, Photo/Images, Informational, and Audio categories. 



This category includes:

  • Branching Scenario
  • Chart
  • Column Layout
  • Course Presentation
  • Impressive Presentation
  • Interactive Video
  • Timeline
  • Virtual Tour



4. Informational

The Informational category offers the activities you need to provide your learners with interactive information.



This category includes:

  • Accordion
  • Dialog Cards
  • Form Wizard
  • iFrame Embedder
  • Summary



5. Audio

The Audio category allows you to use audio sounds and recordings to assess your learners and provide information.


Audio (1)

This category includes:

  • Audio Recorder
  • Dictation
  • Spoken Answers



If you'd like to take it one step further, check out our Interactions Library at Curriki.org to preview an individual demo and video tutorial for each of our 40+ activity types.