Change the way you review procedures with this breakout! With this unique approach to reviewing classroom expectations, students will display the enthusiasm and engagement that you desire without the hassle of lecturing. It is a true win for all! Not only was the breakout fun, but we used each procedure card as an conversation starter to what each procedure looked like in our classroom.
This is an editable product that can be transformed to fit your specific needs and subject matter. Be sure to check out the video preview to see what procedures are covered in this breakout!
With this product you will get:
-Editable and Differentiated Posters (Level 1 and Level 2) If you choose to edit the procedures, the fonts will be different than the PDF version.
-Student Code Breaker Sheets (Level 1 and Level 2)
-Number Cards (to provide as much or as little assistance as you desire)
-Detailed Set-Up Instructions and Activity Directions
-Student Readiness Flowchart (to provide helpful guidance as to which resource is best for your class)
-Google Classroom Support
***For convenience, we included a digital form for students to independently check the status of their breakout code. However, this breakout would also work well in printable format.***
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