Breakout games are fun, but can be a lot of work to set up the traditional type. Save some time by playing a digital breakout! No need for locks or copies or any other preparation other than having devices and internet access! This digital breakout game includes: the domino theory the space race the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan the Cuban Missile Crisis the Fall of the Berlin Wall
All of the fun of a breakout game with none of the equipment or planning time! You just need Internet access and enough devices for your students to work individually or in small groups. Great as an 'appetizer' or a review for the Great Depression, this breakout looks at: the stock market crash the dust bowl the New Deal the TVA Hoovervilles
Teamwork and Problem Solving Breakout Game by Escape Velocity Learning | Teachers Pay Teachers
'Zap it!' One more or one less game - place sticks face down in the pot, children take turns to pull out a stick and say the number one more or one less than the number on the stick. If they pull out a stick with ' zap it!' written on, they must put all their sticks back in the pot. Work as a team to try to get all the sticks out of the pot apart from the ones with 'zap it'! written on! Very popular game in our class! LG☆
Breakout Games in the Classroom
Use breakout box or escape room games in the classroom to increase engagement and build critical thinking and problem solving skills.