Will your class escape in time? Save by buying the bundle! It's like getting one game for free! These games are the latest new craze, and will review the math concepts taught in 3rd grade. Students must solve a string of math problems and clues to escape their captors or save a catastrophe from occurring. From Pirates to monsters, to saving the zoo, to being stuck on Mars, your students are sure to be engaged with all the fun themes. Your class will hardly realize they are doing math!
Each game focuses on one math domain:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking (Stuck on Mars)
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten (Save the Zoo)
Numbers and Operations-Fractions (Escape the Monsters)
Measurement and Data (Stuck in Prehistoric Times)
Geometry (Save the Circus)
*The last game is a review and has questions from all the domains. (Escape the Pirates)
Each game comes with written instructions, as well as pictures. Also, you will have the option to print the game in color, or black and white. Everything needed to play is provided, however, teachers will need to supply their own envelopes.
*Games come with the option to use QR codes, or not. Both versions are available.
To learn more about each game, click on the links below!
This is a bundle of the following products:
Cracking the Classroom Code: End of the Year Math Review Escape the Pirates 3rd Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Operations and Algebraic Thinking 3rd Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Numbers and Operations in Base Ten 3rd Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Numbers and Operations-Fractions 3rd Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Measurement and Data 3rd Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Geometry 3rd Grade
ELA Cracking the Classroom Code Games
Cracking the Classroom Code: Parts of Speech for 3rd-5th Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Figurative Language 3rd-5th Grade
Cracking the Classroom Code: Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones and Homographs