ATTENTION: You will need a plastic toolbox, key padlock, 5 letter lock, 4 digit lock, directional lock, hasp lock, and a UV flashlight and pen to use with this item. Inside your classroom you will also need a tissue box and a window. This is a break out style game that uses reading and math skills to solve a problem. Please check out the preview file.
- comparing numbers under 100 (greater than, less than)
- simple addition (sums under 20)
- matching standard form to word form numbers (under 30)
How to Use:
Students are separated into four groups and placed on a mission to unlock the box. The box is locked with five different locks. Each group will be given challenges to solve in order to get the locks off. They may work in their groups, or come together as a whole to help pass a level. They have 45 minutes to complete the mission. They also have 3 hint cards that can be used at any time if they get stuck. The hint cards allow the teacher to help. Once all the hint cards have been used, the students are on their own For a better understanding of how this works, be sure to download the preview file.
Here are the locks I bought from Amazon:
-Master Lock 421 Lockout Hasp with Vinyl Coated Handle, 1-1/2" Inside Jaw Diameter
-Wordlock PL-003-SL 5-Dial Combination Padlock, Silver
-MazePlus 4 Digit Combination High Security Resettable Padlocks Black 1-Pack
-Master Lock 1500iD Speed Dial Combination Lock
-Topzone® 25mm 1" inch Small Mini Solid Brass Padlock with 2 Keys (Pack of 2)
-Stanley 016013R 16" Series 2000 Tool Box with Tray
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