No prep. No paper. No materials. This is a totally digital breakout.
Students will have fun and work on the four Cs (collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking.) They will have to think outside the box and work together to find the clues for the five locks. A great activity to engage students while having fun.
I hope your students will enjoy working through this digital breakout. This breakout focuses on Pi Day and Common Core Math Standard 7.G.B.4. Students will learn about Pi, the history of Pi Day, and work with circumference and area of circles.
Students will discover links to interactive worksheets which they need to solve to find the keys to each of five different locks. This breakout will take approximately 45 minutes depending on the level of your students. Some may finish sooner and others may not finish completely. No matter how far they get, they will all be challenged and have fun at the same time. This is a great breakout to do for homework or as a review activity. Students can work individually or in groups and they love the competition. There are so many ways to use the breakout.
Teacher and students need a free Google account to be able to make copies of the Google forms and slides. Be sure your district has not blocked Google.
Instructions, answer key and hint cards are included.