ESCAPE ROOMS | Alien Attack
Age Group : 8-10 years
The Escape Room Alien Attack – Escape from School is a book with innovative activities that are in line with the learning objectives of the elementary education curriculum and can be used by students of all grades.
Children aged 8 to 10 must employ their executive functions to escape from the room after the alien cyberattack against their school. This game is a useful educational tool not only for teachers but also for parents who wish to organize, for example, a party for their children.
Proposed by Muriel Lezak in 1982, the term “executive functions" includes the abilities to create, preserve, monitor, and achieve a one-goal action plan. All these “survival skills’’, such as cognitive flexibility, inhibition, monitoring, planning, working memory, decision making, and problem-solving, are cultivated in an entertaining and playful way in this book.
You will find:
- guidance for students,
- detailed implementation, fully documented instructions, and tips for teachers,
- description of a theoretical framework for inclusion in the teaching practice,
- a useful list with the necessary accompanying equipment (padlocks, boxes, etc.), and
- alternative ways of playing this game, depending on the school conditions (number of participants, indoor or outdoor space, etc.)
Playing the game
The teacher prepares the room according to the instructions enclosed.
The scenario is given to the student, and the game begins.
The missions can be undertaken in parallel or serial order according to the conditions.
Time is set, and the game begins.
Have a good escape!!!!!
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- Play and learn
- 21st Century Skills
- Objectives of Elementary Education Curriculum
- ESCAPE ROOMS
- Benefits of escape room games
- Escape rooms in international educational practice nowadays
- How can I prepare an escape room in the classroom?
- LEARNING OBJECTIVES
- 5 missions
Type: Paper or PDF file
Number of pages: 38
Author: Marinou Irene - ICT Teacher
Proofreading: Maria Rigli