I have taken quite a break from blogging, and probably won’t go back to doing it weekly, but I look forward to sharing as often as I can.
Today, I have completed a resource that I have been working on for quite some time – The BIG STEAM Escape room. It is 30 pages of active STEAM fun that should engage and challenge your learners, and can be reused up to 6 times with the same class. I will be publishing it to TPT next week as it has taken a lot of time to produce, but am also posting it here for free, and it will remain free on here even after I have published it to TPT. I would really welcome feedback as it has not been proof-read by anyone other than myself, so if you have a few minutes, I would be really grateful!
I will be using it with my P5/4 class this year, and have purchased combination padlocks (however, it works as a resource without buying anything – you can use the answer cards or even an iPad to the same effect – I just like the idea of the children physically cracking a code!)
The resource should be self-explanatory, so I won’t go into detail here – though, it is too big to put into one file, so it is saved below in sections.
I hope you have an excellent start to your term. If you do use it, I’d love to hear how your class gets on – please tweet me @mrfeistsclass with photos, comments or stories from the session.
The BIG STEAM Escape Room Resources: