How To: Using One Lock Box for Your Classroom Escape Game, Video for Teachers

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Julie Faulkner
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6th - 12th, Staff
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Julie Faulkner


You've been wanting to try an escape game with a lock box in your classroom, but you just aren't sure how to set it all up. In this quick video tutorial, I'll share several tips for using a physical lock box -- even if you have just one -- for your break out game experience!

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