Do you want your students to review and practice their? Would you like to try an engaging, review activity with your students to reinforce these skills and techniques? In this Digital Escape™, there are seven different activities, and your students will review and practice their context clue, main idea, and theme skills.
This Digital Escape™ is set up like the game, Clue and a murder mystery-style game. In this escape, your students are on a field trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and while they are there, one of the Rembrandt paintings is stolen. Objects are left throughout the museum, and there are four students who are suspects. Your students’ job is to work on activities, find the clues, and discover who is guilty, what time did the robbery happen, with what object did the suspect use to steal the painting, and in what room did it happen?
PLEASE TEST GOOGLE SITES and THESE WEBSITES ON YOUR SCHOOL COMPUTERS FIRST. TRY THIS TEST SITE.
1. MAKE SURE YOUR DISTRICT DOES NOT BLOCK YOU FROM USING JIGSAWPLANET.COM, EDPUZZLE, PROPROFS, or YOUTUBE. THERE MAY BE A LINK TO THESE SITES IN THE ESCAPE ROOM.
2. Also, please make sure your district DOES NOT BLOCK OUTSIDE GOOGLE SITES. I would check with your IT department.
3. I if this site is not working in your school. This is probably due to firewalls and sites your school district is blocking. I cannot control these issues.
Here is what your students will come across in this escape:
*Directions & Rules
*4 Different Images-4 Different Students & 4 Different Tools
*A “Start Here” Narrative
*A Google Form with a Hypothesis & Four Answers
*Morse Code & Pigpen Codes
*Context Clues Activity, Theme Activity, Main Idea Google Form Activity
It is NO-PREP! There is nothing to make, print, cut, laminate, clues to hide, buy, or locks to set. Everything is ready for your students on the Google Site!
Students will encounter multiple-choice questions.
Your students will solve puzzles, ciphers, and clues to escape!
All you have to do is share the link with your students or assign the link in GOOGLE Classroom.
You can have your students complete this on Chromebooks, on an IPad, or in a computer lab.
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