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Dawn Walker

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Shape Escape - Geometry Breakout

1. Click 2. Read each slide and solve the puzzles to get a code word or number 3. Use or to record the codes on Page 1 4. Tap to turn in your work. Good Luck!!

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Math
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*All images are mine or Creative Commons Clue 1 THRILLER - Starting at the green rectangle, move to the next labeled shape until you get to the pink square noting the BOLD letters Clue 2 - 8945 - Move each shape to see the how to get the numbers - either vertices, edges, or faces Clue 3 - ISOSCELES - Translate the letter coordinates to numbers and plot. WiIll result in an isosceles triangle Clue 4 - RDLU - Number of sides of each arrow in order gives the arrow direction Clue 5 - SLEUTH - From the red circles in each vocab As the teacher, you can create a Google Form to add or just check their words on Slide 1. Here's my form with the text validated answers: Its open to anyone can answer. You can have them screenshot the final screen if you prefer https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdn1PaG7p2S9_-uGrEgyYckFa1Vmnk8QofxXRLEbBQ2w4algw/viewform?usp=sf_link The intent was for it to be the teacher who trapped the zoid. You can give students something that might say "Your Sleuthing skills were right on, it was your teachers who trapped the zoid and then left all the clues to see how well you know your geometry! Congratulations on solving the caper! You're a Smartie" and give them a Smarties candy. If you think the clues make it too easy, remove those from the slide.