Virtual End of the Year Beach Day Digital Escape Room Activities

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My students loved this at the end of the school year. Kept them engaged and used up some of those quiet testing hours that we were stuck in our classrooms.
Super fun way to review skills as the end of the year. The kids loved looking for the suspects and playing the games. I will defiantly use this resource again next year.


Celebrate the end of the year, as you review math and literacy skills, with The Case of the Beach Bandit End of the Year Digital Escape Room! Your students will be highly engaged as they complete 8 different challenges to eliminate the suspects and discover who has stolen the missing beach bag!

After they complete each challenge, they will move further along the path. A hidden suspect will be uncovered and eliminated after each challenge. Once all 8 beach day activities have been completed, they will have eliminated all but one suspect!

There are 4 math and 4 literacy beach day activities included in PowerPoint, Google Slides and Seesaw. Targeted skills: recognizing rhymes, segmenting CVC words, identifying beginning blends (bl & br), building sentences, measuring with nonstandard units of measure, adding fluently, modeling subtraction problems, and using base ten blocks to show numbers as 10 and some more.

These digital end of the year beach day activities are no prep, so they can be completed during remote instruction, as well as in-person learning. Choose to use the end of the year digital escape room for whole or small group instruction, or assign it as an independent activity.

Save time and make the end of the year a memorable (and learning-filled) celebration with these virtual end of the year activities!

A note from the beach goer reads:

I had a beach day,

Scheduled and planned.

But first I need you,

To lend a hand!

The beach bag is gone.

Where did it go?

Who could have it,

I do not know!

Complete each challenge,

And when you’re done,

Eliminate the suspects.

One by one!

1. Clam Challenge - Stretch out each CVC word. Then, drag the shells to build the word.

2. Shell Challenge - Drag the shells to complete each number sentence. Then, type the answer.

3. Sunglasses Challenge - Drag each picture to the sunglasses next to its rhyming picture.

4. Shovel Challenge - Drag the base ten blocks to each shovel to show the number with 10 and some more.

5. Bucket Challenge - Listen for the beginning blend (bl & br), and drag each picture to the correct bucket.

6. Surfboard Challenge - Drag the shells to measure each surfboard. Count how many, and type the number.

7. Sandcastle Challenge - Drag the words into the correct order to make the sentence.

8. Beach Ball Challenge - Drag the correct number of beach balls to the girl to solve the problem. Type the answer.

You might also enjoy these other end of the year digital escape room activities!

Ice Cream Shop Mystery

The Case of the Beach Bandit

The Case of the Camping Caper

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand that the last number name said tells the number of objects counted. The number of objects is the same regardless of their arrangement or the order in which they were counted.
Understand that each successive number name refers to a quantity that is one larger.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.


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