Solar System Digital Breakout

Solar System Digital Breakout
Solar System Digital Breakout
Solar System Digital Breakout
Solar System Digital Breakout
Solar System Digital Breakout
Solar System Digital Breakout
Product Rating
4.0
8 Ratings
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

1 MB|N/A
Share
Product Description

The student will investigate and understand the organization of the solar system.

Key concepts include

*The planets in the solar system; the order of the planets in the solar system; the relative sizes of the planets.

*Relative size of and distance between planets and distance to the Sun

*Describe whether the planets are terrestrial planet or gas giants

Digital Breakouts

Digital Breakout games are similar to escape rooms and physical Breakoutedu games, except they can be played without physical locks and boxes. They are played on computers or devices. This digital breakout is in the form of a Google Site. Embedded on the Site is a Google Form which serves as the locks and clues (weblinks, google drawings, images, videos, docs, etc.).

You will need to provide students with the web link to access the digital breakout game which is provided in the paid download.

Facilitating the Breakout Experience

Digital breakouts require critical thinking/problem solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity.

Encourage your students to work together as a team. You may want to go over positive teamwork skills before they start the activity.

Most Breakout activities involve competing against the clock (45 mins-1 hour) or competing against teams within the classroom environment. This provides a friendly competitive atmosphere. I suggest displaying a countdown timer from YouTube on the Active/Smartboard while students compete.

We suggest giving students a “hint” card (The word "Hint" written on an index card) and the team can decide to play or not play it as necessary if they find themselves stuck on a certain clue. One of the best features of these critical thinking activities is that students rely on their teammates for help (not the teacher). The teacher’s role should be as facilitator- setting up the game experience, providing direction, and tech-help, but not providing curriculum, content, and strategy help.

Once you purchase the product and have the website link- you can bookmark the site and use the activity as many times as you would like. Please keep in mind that it is a web-based activity. If at any time a link becomes broken or content fails to appear, please email us right away at edusisters@gmail.com and as long as we have our TPT webstore, we will be willing to fix the links as quickly as possible.

Google Form- The locks are embedded as a Google Form. Keep in mind that you will not be able to see student submissions. Therefore if you would like students to have a completed product to turn into you or take home, you will want to also pass out the paper-copy of the locks and manually check the answers.

This game was created with students in grades 3-6 in mind. It is meant to be an enrichment and/or teamwork activity for Science topic: Solar System.

Total Pages
N/A
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource
Loading...
$4.00
Digital Download
Edusisters

Edusisters

67 Followers
Follow
More products from Edusisters
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up