An Egyptian Enigma: The Queen’s Tomb Robbery (Escape Room Mystery Adventure)
Students will travel to Ancient Egypt to help the pharaoh solve a crime. They will apply their critical thinking, math, reading and rhyming skills in a fun, game-based adventure. [puzzle, history, riddles, Waldorf, game, detective]
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🔺 A valuable jewel is missing from Queen Hatshepsut’s royal tomb. The pharaoh has asked you, a detective, to investigate. You get to work to search for clues. Along the way, you meet people who will offer their help. Keep in mind that only some of them will lead you to the truth. 🔺 Students will immerse themselves in Ancient Egyptian history. They will discover the key elements of a remarkable civilization which include agriculture, bartering, measurement, writing and numeral systems, and...
- I am a certified Waldorf teacher for grades 1 through 8 with years of experience in a variety of settings. Waldorf Teacher Training prepares teachers to determine which aspects of history and mythological stories are appropriate for children at each developmental stage. -In Waldorf Education, the study of ancient civilizations is an integral part of the primary grades’ curriculum. This includes but is not limited to Ancient India, Persia, Babylonia, Greece and Egypt. Children learn about each civilization through its geography, mythology, music, art and traditional ways of life. As a multicultural teacher who has travelled extensively, I thoroughly enjoyed teaching ancient civilizations. -I look forward to taking my students on a journey to Egypt in this interdisciplinary escape room.
Students will need to access the Google Slides through a link provided. It will be more comfortable for students to participate using a desktop or laptop computer as opposed to a tablet. They will be switching back and forth between Google Slides and a Google Form where they enter their answers. .
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
WONDERSTAND by Ms. KarinWaldorf-inspired Multicultural Education
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🌸 The philosophy of WONDERSTAND is rooted and inspired by Waldorf education; an education that nurtures each child’s talents and creativity. We strive to cultivate students’ intellectual, artistic, and practical skills in an integrated and...