Looking for a fun way to practice a math skill, implement spiral review, or integrate test prep? Math Digital Classroom Escapes are just what you and your students need!
A Digital Classroom Escape is an interactive activity which promotes peer collaboration and problem solving. Cryptic messages, challenges, and puzzlers combine to create the perfect blend of learning and fun!
Math standard that this escape covers: 3.MD.1 – Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem on a number line diagram.
What is a Digital Classroom Escape? A digital classroom escape is an interactive activity in which teams of students use clues to solve challenges and unlock “digital locks.” These activity consists of 3 challenges and puzzlers that students must complete.
What do I need to access these escapes? You need access to the internet and technology devices. These escapes work on Chromebooks, iPads, and laptops! You DO NOT need a Google account or access to Google Classroom to use Digital Classroom Escapes.
What do I get with this resource? You will get the link to access your Digital Classroom Escape along with DETAILED teacher directions and tips for every step of the activity. Answer keys and suggestive clues are also provided.
Benefits of a Digital Classroom Escape
➥ Aligned to math curriculum
➥ EASY PREP! Nothing to print except for teacher directions and tips.
➥ Interactive for students
➥ Immediate student feedback
➥ Promotes team building/ peer collaboration
➥ Promotes problem solving skills
➥ Targets technology standards
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FREE MATH DIGITAL CLASSROOM ESCAPE
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