This EDITABLE back to school escape game is a quick 10-15 minute Reading List Match-Up activity. You edit the Clue Cards to contain information from your reading list. Students then place the Clue Cards in the correct places on the Mat and uncover clues to solve the Secret Message (a growth mindset quote). This resource includes optional writing extensions (prompts & rubrics) for analysis and reflection. This resource has been designed to work for any subject area with at least six texts (fiction or non-fiction). (grades 6-12)
This is one of the tasks from my Back to School Escape Room
, adapted to take 10-15 minutes.
What You Get:
1. A full Teacher's Guide about the Secret Code and editing the resource in PowerPoint (no font downloads required)
2. 18 Clue Cards to edit for your reading list
3. Two optional writing prompts & rubrics
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About Your Resource:
Your download is a .ppt file, sized to print on 8.5 x 11" paper. Simply edit the activity to fit the needs of your classroom and print. The backgrounds of the clue cards have been flattened to preserve title fonts and formatting, but you can edit the text itself. Instructions for use and copyright information are included in this resource. Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions. :)
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