Digital Math Escape Room: Place Value to 999

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Kristin Kennedy
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Description

This place value DIGITAL escape room will skyrocket student engagement as they work to solve a series of math problems and puzzles in order to "escape the ice cream shop." Kids have so much fun they forget they're learning!

The best part? You'll save yourself TONS of time because there's no printing, cutting or laminating needed. Simply assign in Google Classroom or using a link. All you need is a device, a free Google Drive account and access to the internet.

This resource includes:

⭐The Google Slides link you will assign to your students to complete the escape

⭐Teacher instructions for using and assigning the escape

⭐An optional Google Form to collect your students' responses in your own Google Drive account

⭐An answer key

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There are 5 tasks/activities for students to complete:

-Drag 3-digit numbers in order from least to greatest

-Determine whether each number comparison (>, <, =) statement is true or false

-Put together a puzzle and find the standard form of the number that is revealed in word form

-Drag the number tiles to match the base 10 block representations

-Follow the maze by determining how many hundreds, tens & ones are in each number

All of the tasks contain "kid-friendly" directions so they can complete the escape independently or in groups/teams.

Please watch the preview video to see the escape in action.

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Other teachers have commented:

"My students really love the challenge and fun of Kristin's Digital Escape Rooms! This one was no exception. It was engaging and a great way to build on their skills."

"My kids really enjoyed this! We used it as a review practice before our test. They loved being able to figure out all the little puzzles and activities and finally escape at the end!"

"This was a great and very thorough resource! My 3rd graders loved using this to practice place value, as soon as it was finished they asked when we can do another one!"

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Be sure to check out my other digital escape rooms below:

-Geometry: 2D & 3D Shapes

-Patterns & Skip Counting

-Addition Within 20

-Subtraction Within 20

-Fall Themed Mixed Review

-Halloween Mixed Review

-Penguin Themed Mixed Review

-Valentine's Day Mixed Review

-St. Patrick's Day Mixed Review

-Telling Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes

-Counting Money

-2-digit Addition with Regrouping

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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases:
Read and write numbers to 1000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.
Compare two three-digit numbers based on meanings of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.

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