Escape Room for high functioning students on the spectrum/autism working on nonverbal communication skills such as gestures, facial expression, and body language. Designed to be used in a social thinking classroom for students with IEPs.
This lesson aligns with nonverbal communication interactive notebook!
Students are trying to escape from the Titanic in time before it sinks! Students use clues of decoding facial expressions, reading a social story, using the four steps of communication, etc... to solve the riddles.
No need to purchase locks/keys. All materials are included (except for envelopes and optional QR reader).
There are 5 envelope clues, with answer keys and solution guide for how to solve each riddle. Enough to make 3 groups so that all students are engaged and working together!
You might also be interested in the Social Thinking Nonverbal Communication Interactive Notebook and Foldables!