Valentine's Castle Escape Room - Math Pixel Art Mystery Picture - DIGITAL and EDITABLE in Google Sheets/ **Excel.
It is a perfect Valentine’s Day activity to practice
You can change the numbers to be divided and the file will keep working.
Students are locked in a gloomy castle.
In the spirit of mathematical adventure, you will give your class the digital mission of turning the gloomy and scary castle into the Valentine's castle.
This is a self-checking activity.
When they find the correct answer, two hearts will fill gradually and the parts of the castle will light up.
If all their answers are correct, they will escape and the black castle will turn into the Valentine's Castle, and hearts will fly.
Students have to be careful.
You could change questions and answers and the file will keep working.
You could use this file for math and all other subjects - create your own questions and answer key in a few minutes.
The answer key and the instructions on how to change the tasks are included.
Look at the preview to check how it works.
There are 14tasks.
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*Remember to change the formatting to your country to avoid problems with ‘comma’ or ‘dot’. You can change it by clicking - File - Spreadsheet settings and use your country. :)
**You can download the file from Google Sheets as an Excel file (File - Download - Microsoft Excel).
**Please be sure that your IT does not block Google Links that have a shared setting of “anyone with a link” if you plan to use this resource. If they do, they probably have a way of unblocking it.
**You and your students will need access to Google and a Google account in order to use this resource.
*If students do not have their own Google accounts, you can download the file from Google Sheets as an Excel file and then share it.
Also, check "How to create a Pixel Art Mystery Picture (editable) showing up in Google Sheets".
Check out Inspire Math Matematyka for more resources.