ROOOOOAAAAAARRRRRRRR!!!!! What is that??!!! Where am I? Last thing I remembered we were taking a test on patterns in math class. I must have fallen asleep or something because now I look around and I am surrounded by a jungle of tall trees and thick bushes. I get to my feet and I hear it again! ROOOOOAAAAAARRRRRRRR!!!!! It is getting closer! I don't think I am in math class anymore! I start running and I see an opening in the forest. I get to the clearing and see the most outrageous sight! In the field, there are several dinosaurs! How did I get here? There is no time to stop and think. I see a cave. I know that will be a great place to hide so I run to the cave as fast as I can! When I get to the cave, I see strange drawings on the wall. The drawings look so familiar. I got it! It is the patterns that we have learned in math class. May be that is how I get back home. I need to solve the puzzles on the wall! I better hurry before I am eaten as a T-Rex Snack!
This digital breakout is intended for reinforcing Additive and Multiplicative Patterns. This download contains all that is needed to perform an amazing digital breakout in your classroom!
In this Escape Room-like game, students will interact with a website to find clues and decode puzzles to unlock digital locks to BREAKOUT!
The TEKS seen in this breakout are:
6.6A 6.6B 6.6C and 6.4A
What is a Breakout?
A breakout is a scavenger hunt-like game where players use teamwork and critical thinking to solve a series of challenging puzzles in order to open a locked box. Breakouts can be done hands-on with physical locked boxes or digitally using a Google Form. THIS BREAKOUT IS A DIGITAL ONLY BREAKOUT, NO BOXES OR LOCKS NEEDED!
Why Use Breakouts?
1. Breakouts shift the ownership of learning from the teacher to the student.
2. In addition to the content knowledge needed to succeed in a specific game, breakouts require critical thinking, collaboration, creativity and communication.
3. A breakout provides learners with many opportunities to fail and try again. Every unsuccessful attempt to open a lock forces students to reexamine their information and their thinking.
Why Use Digital Breakouts?
A digital breakout requires no preparation of materials, no time spent setting up, and no purchase of a Breakout EDU kit.
Included in this Breakout Download:
*Breakout website with links to all necessary text and media
*Breakout codes and explanations
*Student Sheet to Show Work
To use this resource you will need to:
1. Have access to electronic devices (desktops, laptops, Chromebooks, etc.) for students to use or allow students to use their own devices. (there have been reported issues while using Ipads with draggable pieces so please keep that in mind while buying)
2. Have access to the internet.
3. Check to make sure that your school/district does not block out of domain sharing of Google Drive resources (Forms, Docs, Slides, etc.) and that you have access to a google drive.
4. Check to make sure that your school/district does not block snotes.com
NUMBERS 3 and 4 ARE VERY IMPORTANT! CHECK BEFORE YOU BUY!
To test your school's security settings:
1. Share this "testing site" with your students. If they can see the testing site, then out of domain settings are allowed. Here is the Site: TESTING SITE
2. On the testing site there is a word that is hyperlinked. Students will click on the hyperlinked word and if they are allowed to make a copy of the resource that is embedded, out of domain sharing is allowed.
If both 1 and 2 work, then all of my breakouts will work in your classroom!
Please see the preview file for additional information.
Are you looking for more pattern resources?
Problem Solving: Additive and Multiplicative Patterns TEKS 6.6A 6.6B 6.6C 6.4A
Comparing Apples to Mangos Game to Compare Additive and Multiplicative Patterns
Looking for more 6th grade Math Lessons and Activities? Check out these!
Multiply and Divide Integers Google Classroom Activity TEKS 6.3C 6.3D
Stuck in the 80s Digital Breakout Adding Subtracting Multiplying Divide Integers
Adding and Subtracting Integers Google Classroom TEKS 6.2A 6.2B 6.3C 6.3D
Adding and Subtracting Integers Musical Mix-Up TEKS 6.3C 6.3D
Entire Learning Cycle on Math Properties of Operations TEKS 6.7D Inc. Technology
Prime Factorization Predicament Classroom Escape Room Challenge TEKS 6.7A
Exponent Task Cards QR Codes & Augmented Reality Reinforces Order of Operations
Exploring Multiplying by a Fraction TEKS 6.3B Comparing Factors to the Products
Fraction Division TEKS 6.3E 6.3A 6.2E Dividing Fractions Google Classroom
Fraction Multiplication TEKS 6.3E Multiply Fractions Google Classroom
Decimal Multiplication TEKS 6.3E Multiplying Decimals Google Classroom
Decimal Division TEKS 6.3E Problem Solving Dividing Decimals Google Classroom
TEKS 6.3E Bundle Multiply and Divide Decimals and Fractions Google Classroom
Lucky Ratios- A Hands-On Introduction to Ratios TEKS 6.4B 6.4E RATIOS ONLY
Powerful Pancake Proportions TEKS 6.5A 6.6A
Would You Rather? - An Intro to Unit Rates TEKS 6.4D 6.5A
World Record Converting Measurements Using Proportions and Unit Rates TEKS 6.4H
Prime Factorization Bingo TWO GAMES! TEKS 6.7A
TEKS 6.2A Classifying Numbers Interactive Math Journal and Google Activity
Multiplying Decimals QR Code Scavenger Hunt TEKS 6.3E Multiply Decimals Only
Super Six! A Multiplying Fractions Partner Game
Ratios Rates and Proportions Google Activity TEKS 6.4B 6.4C 6.4D 6.4E 6.5A
Percent Fraction and Decimals Scavenger Hunt with and Without QR Codes 6.4E 6.4G
Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percents Google Activity TEKS 6.4E 6.4G 6.5C
Percent To Win It! Convert a Fraction into a Percent TEKS 6.4E 6.4G 6.5C Google
The Art of Percent - Convert Fractions, Decimals and Percent Google Math and Art
Problem Solving with the Percent Proportion TEKS 6.5B Missing Part Whole Percent
Problem Solving with the Percent Proportion Find Missing Part, Whole or Percent
Ordering and Comparing Rational Numbers TEKS 6.2D Google Interactive
Compare and Order Rational Numbers Whole Class Activity with Sentence Stems 6.2D
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