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What does unlimited and limited access mean?
What does unlimited and limited access mean?

The difference between a free account and an account with a subscription

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Written by Jo Kiddell
Updated over a week ago

Limited access

You can trial our Doodle apps with limited access to help you decide whether Doodle is right for your child. Children with limited access will be able to earn 10 DoodleStars per week.

Full access

With full access, a child will be able to earn unlimited DoodleStars meaning they can Doodle as frequently as they like! There are also additional features available on the Parent Dashboard.

With a premium home subscription, you can:

  • Start a Baseline Assessment to identify your child's gaps and ensure the work programmes is at the right level for them

  • Set curriculum aligned Assignments to your child’s work programme to support their learning

  • Set your child a personalised Goal to help close gaps or to provide an extra challenge

  • Create personalised Rewards for your child to celebrate their achievements

  • Take part in our DoodleMaths and/or DoodleEnglish holiday Challenges

All of our subscription plans begin with a free trial, giving you full access, so you can feel confident that Doodle is the right choice for you and your child!

💡 Need more help? Feel free to contact our lovely customer support team by using the chat bubble in the bottom right corner of the screen, they will be happy to help!

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