April 22, 2017

Play online and in turn feed the hungry through World Food Programme

Ever wanted to help the poor but you’re too lazy to leave your couch or your computer. We all have our excuses but here’s a decent place for everyone to start trying to help. The site Freerice.com which is operated by the World Food Programme (WFP) offers users to answer questions on different subjects. And for each and every right answers they will donate 10 grains of rice to the World Food Programme to end World Hunger. The site isn not a scam, so you can rest assure that your efforts are not going in vain.

There are a ton of subjects to choose from including Literature, English Vocabulary and Grammar, Languages like French, German, Spanish. There are also subjects for Science, Math and Geography. And last but not the least, it’ll help you prepare for SAT test preparation. So what better way to help out while learning something you’re interested in already.

As I was interested in learning Spanish, I’ve tried to test what I’ve learned while learning few new words along the way with the site. And it seems to be genuinely fun.

freerice allows you to play online which in turn feeds the hungry

The questions are based on difficulty level meaning you get harder questions as you start answering correct answers. So it’s easy to start with on any given subject. It can definitely be fun for kids and students to learn about all the different subject and gain more important knowledge and information in the process.

Here are the current top 5 users on the site:

Freerice Player Rankings

Having known the site about a year ago, I really haven’t been much of an active user but i definitely plan on doing it more regularly. Practicing a new language and also learning the world map and capitals is definitely entertaining. You never know when you might have the opportunity to feel smart by knowing the all the things you might learn.

So let’s get SMART and help end the world hunger. It might seem a little but rally all your friends and family then much can be achieved.

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