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Looking for a fun way to review citizenship in your classroom? This is the perfect resource! In this Citizenship Escape Room, students are trapped and must find a key. The only way for students to find the key is to successfully complete seven citizenship activities. These escape room activities are easy to set up and lots of fun for students!
What will students learn with this classroom escape room?
These escape room activities are a great tool for reviewing citizenship. Topics covered:
What escape room activities are included?
When completing the activities, students will use critical thinking and inference skills. Challenges include activities such as:
Are students able to complete any escape room activities digitally?
An option is provided for students to submit their final code through Google Forms. When using this option, students can self-check their work. If you do not have access to technology in your classroom, an option is also provided for students to check their work on paper.
What standards are covered?
This Citizenship Escape Room is specifically aligned with Virginia SOLs CE3.c, CE3.d, and CE3.e but also covers most government standards related to citizenship.
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Students will love completing the activities in this Citizenship Escape Room! Teacher instructions are provided, making it easy to set up and implement in your classroom.
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If you would like more information about using classroom escape rooms, check out my blog post "Create the Perfect Classroom Escape Room."
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