Try AskMyClass (no Echo or AskMyClass account needed)


            Don’t have an Echo Speaker?

            There are other ways to use Alexa without the Echo speaker.


            Alexa App

            Download the free Alexa app to your iPhone or Android device.

            Sign in with your Amazon account.

            Tap and hold the icon in the footer bar to speak to Alexa.


            Reverb for Amazon Alexa

            Download the free Reverb for Amazon Alexa app to your iPhone or Android device.

            Sign in with your Amazon account.

            Tap and hold within the blue ring to speak to Alexa.

            Echosim.io

            Open Echosim.io in your browser.

            Sign in with your Amazon account.

            Tap and hold the microphone to speak to Alexa. 


            Amazon Fire Tablet

            In settings, go to Device > tap Alexa > choose options to enable, with or without Hands-Free, and select the Wake Word

            Try AskMyClass before signing up


            Step 1 Add our My Class Skill to your Alexa


            Click My Class (sign in to the Amazon account linked to your Echo device)

            Click Enable

            Click Link Account (may need to select “allow pop-ups” in the URL bar)

            Click Allow

            You’re done if you see “Successfully linked”


            You can also do this on the Alexa app on your smartphone.


            Step 2 Use the Echo device or Alexa on your smartphone, tablet or browser


            Alexa, ask my class for a daily affirmation.

            Alexa, ask my class for a 2-minute music countdown.

            Alexa, ask my class to dance.

            Alexa, ask my class for mindfulness.

            Alexa, ask my class for a sharing question.

            Alexa, ask my class to calm down.

            Alexa, ask my class for background music.


            Step 3 (optional but very handy to keep at your fingertips in the classroom)


            Commands printable with

            1. the above commands

            2. general Alexa commands that are handy in the classroom.


            Updated: 04 Feb 2019 06:55 PM
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