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Do you love using Escape Room activities, but hate the prep? Then look no further, this resource is low prep and highly engaging. It can be used with or without technology and requires no lock boxes or elaborate set ups! Essentially, students will work through 5 levels of rigorous questions and along the way gather a 5-digit code to unlock the next level. If you use technology, they will type it into the Google Form, but if you are not using technology, you would just check their 5-digit code with your answer key. If they get it right, they can advance to level 2, but if they get it wrong, they must figure out which question(s) they got wrong in order to advance. Slow and steady wins the race!
After visiting the Ron Clark Academy (RCA), which if you haven't had the opportunity to do so, I highly suggest it! It's an AMAZING experience and really life-changing. I saw this concept used there, so I adapted it and changed it to my classroom. My students are always begging me to play this!
Escape Room Fractions review. This escape room will help prepare your 3rd or 4th graders for review of essential Fraction concepts.
THIS ESCAPE NOW INCLUDES A RECORDING SHEET AND MINI SHEETS SO TECHNOLOGY IS NOT REQUIRED TO PLAY. WITHOUT TECHNOLOGY, YOU CAN STILL USE THIS GAME, YOU JUST WON'T BE ABLE TO HAVE YOUR STUDENTS FILL IN THE GOOGLE FORM, INSTEAD YOU'D USE THE RECORDING SHEET AND CHECK THEIR ANSWERS USING THE ANSWER KEY PROVIDED. YOU'D TELL YOUR STUDENTS IF THEY CAN ADVANCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL OR IF THEY NEED TO GO BACK AND FIX SOME ANSWERS.
****IF YOU'D LIKE TO USE THE GOOGLE FORM, THEN this interactive escape room requires technology. Students will need to access a Google Form, so any technology that allows them to access and complete a Google Form will work!*****
There are 5 levels of rigorous Fraction content they need to work through.
Students will answer questions about identifying fractions and naming fractions. This relates to the Common Core Standard 3.NF.1
Students will work through questions asking them to identify fractions on a number line that are less than 1 and greater than 1. This relates to the Common Core Standard 3.NF.2A and 3.NF.2B
Students will answer questions about identifying unit fractions and identifying shaded areas and the fraction that represents it. This relates to the Common Core Standard 3.NF.1
Students will work through questions asking them to identify fractions on a number line that are greater than 1. This relates to the Common Core Standard 3.NF.2A and 3.NF.2B
Students will be work comparing fractions, identifying fractions as whole numbers, and equivalent fractions. This relates to the Common Core Standard 3.NF.3A-D
This is a great way to review essential fraction content you've taught in 3rd grade or a great way to review for 4th graders. Make the days leading up to your assessment fun with this rigorous and engaging fraction review.
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