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EUREKA! You've come to the right place for an engaging and rigorous challenge in the science classroom. Save yourself time with this SETUP FREE, 100% DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM! You will receive a LINK to a Google Site for a hassle free Escape Room Experience!
Students race the clock to locate the Miss Velo City Pageant's stolen tiara in this Escape Room. Students will work collaboratively to decipher puzzles and codes while they apply their scientific understanding of forces and motion. This product is great for differentiation in a diverse classroom. It has rigorous and challenging puzzles, scaffolds and helpful hints for stumped groups.
Content covered includes:
TEKS 8.6A demonstrate and calculate how unbalanced forces change the speed or direction of an object’s motion
TEKS 8.6B differentiate between speed, velocity, and acceleration
TEKS 8.6C investigate and describe applications of Newton’s law of inertia, law of force and acceleration, and law of action-reaction
TEKS 6.8C calculate average speed using distance and time measurements
TEKS 6.8D graph changes in motion
The Eureka! Science Forces and Motion Escape Room includes:
- A Teacher KEY
- GOOGLE SITE LINK to Escape Room
- 9 Puzzles with necessary Decoders/Ciphers and props (Puzzle 4 uses a RED DECODER for full effect, but a Decoder-Free set of fingerprints is accessible on the site as well as a dropdown menu. If possible, students can use the warm filter on a phone camera or the red filter in their accessibility as a red decoder)
- Newton County Fair Customer Service tab with helpful hints/clue explanation for students
- Embedded Lock Screen
Students will be able to:
- identify and apply Newton's Three Laws of Motion
- calculate the net force applied to an object
- calculate the acceleration of an object using F=ma
- predict an object's motion as the result of net force applied
- distinguish between speed, velocity and acceleration
- determine how balanced and unbalanced forces affect the motion of an object
- interpret a distance-time graph
- relate balanced and unbalanced forces to an object's motion on a distance-time graph
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