For this activity you will need:
One large lockable box, one key lock, one directional lock, one word lock, one black light flashlight and invisible ink pen, one four digit lock, an iPad with a QR code reader installed, a three digit lock, and 4 lockable pencil boxes or lockable toolboxes.
This collaborative puzzle solving activity will engage your students and review the following skills:
Content Adapted from these South Carolina 2nd Grade Standards
2.L.5 The student will demonstrate an understanding of how the structures of animals help them survive and grow in their environments.
Conceptual Understanding 2.L.5B Animals (including humans) require air, water, food, and shelter to survive in environments where these needs can be met. There are distinct environments in the world that support different types of animals. Environments can change slowly or quickly. Animals respond to these changes in different ways.