Happy Birthday, Dr. S Digital Breakout Super FUN Escape Room Grades 3-5

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3rd - 5th, Homeschool
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Description

In this digital breakout, students will celebrate Dr. S' birthday by solving some clues. Did you know that Dr. S’s birthday is on March 2nd? Let’s celebrate the author Dr. Seuss by solving some clues and breaking some locks!

**Bonus**

Student Answer Sheet

Black/White Bookmark

50-Word Challenge

If your district blocks Google links that have a shared setting of "anyone with a link," here is a No PREP Digital Breakout Escape Room - Happy Birthday, Dr. S (Google Forms) - No Google account is needed.

**Please be sure that your IT does not block Google Links that have a shared setting of "anyone with a link" if you plan to use this resource.** If this is the case, you will need to make a copy of the clues and insert the new link into the slides. If you need assistance, please reach out to me at shenvalleyveganteacher@gmail.com.

I have included a NO PREP version of Happy Birthday, Dr. S. - Digital Breakout.

The NO PREP version is ready to go, just "make a copy" for each student and then share (Google Classroom works best! If you do not use Google Classroom, you will need to be able to share the link with your students e.g. Seesaw, a class webpage, Wakelet, QR Code, etc...).

Early finishers? Have them complete this digital mystery hundreds chart - Digital Hundreds Chart Mystery Picture - Cat

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Here's a fun activity to practice rhyming words and coding together - Coding Robots (Bee-Bot & More) - Rhyming

Questions before buying?

You can contact me through the Q/A section on TpT with any questions. You can also send me (Tonya Coffey) an email: ShenValleyVeganTeacher@gmail.com


Students will have the opportunity to practice:

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Problem-solving
  • Perseverance

(Time is up to you, it depends on how much support your class might need.)

Want to learn more about Digital Breakouts, click HERE!

This Digital Breakout Includes:

Step by Step Directions - Print and Video

Student Google Slides w/ locks

Answer Key and Clues

Lock 1 - Students will select the Dr. Seuss book for each quote using a Google Form. Once each student completes the Google Form have them click 'submit'. They will need to pay attention to the feedback for the clue.

Lock 2 - Students will unscramble the Dr. Seuss characters and then add or subtract each letter.

Lock 3 - Students will put the events of Dr. Seuss' life in order.

Lock 4 - Students will fill in the blank and then navigate through a Dr. Seuss maze.

FAQ:

1. Should I use present mode? No, students need access to the entire slide deck.

2. Where do I find the clues? Students should click on the "Click HERE for the clue," then click on the long BLUE URL. Some clues "force" students to make a copy. This allows them to manipulate the resource. Once the clue is solved, students will need to return to the original slide deck. (Be assured that students catch on quickly)

3. Where do students click "submit?" Students will click "Click HERE or Click HERE to unlock the lock," then click on the BLUE URL.

Each slide contains one link to the clue and one link to the lock. Just share the Google Slide with your students in Google Classroom, ensuring to select "make a copy" for each student.

Check out these Digital Breakouts (Grades 3-5) -

Autumn Leaves are Falling Down

Spooky Little

Balloons Over Broadway

The Last Slice of Pie

Let it Snow

Christmas Around the World

100th Day of School

Let's Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Patty to the Rescue

Earth Day Reminders

Hippity Hop is all Mixed Up

May the 4th Be With You

Summertime Shenanigans

Stars & Stripes

New School Year, No Prob-llama

One Scoop or Two?

Scarecrow for Hire

Technology Required

- Access to electronic devices

- All devices will need to have access to the internet

- Can be used through Google Classroom if available

- Must have access to Google Apps

- Must have access to links with the shared setting of "anyone w/ a link."

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Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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