Category: Digital Escape Rooms

Middle School Easter Lessons

Looking for middle school Easter lessons? It can be a challenge to find engaging and middle school-appropriate ways to celebrate Easter in your classroom. As much as I would love to hand out an Easter-themed colouring sheet and call it a day – I don’t think my students would be

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Why Use Digital Escape Rooms in Middle School?

Digital escape rooms are a great learning and engaging activity to use with your middle school students. Below are four reasons I love using middle school digital escape rooms with my classes. 1. Collaboration and Team Building  Students work in groups (or independently if they prefer) to solve each challenge.

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Valentine’s Day Digital Escape Room

Celebrating Valentine’s Day in middle school can be a challenge – not all students want to celebrate love or are ready for dating – but most students LOVE candy. I try to focus any Valentine’s Day celebrations in my classroom around themes of candy or generic love (family, pets etc). 

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5 tips for a successful digital escape room in your classroom for teachers from 2 Peas and a Dog. #edtech #escaperoom #digitalescape #digitalescaperoom

5 Tips to a Successful Digital Escape Room

Have you ever used a digital escape room in your classroom? Digital escape rooms are a great tool. Have you tried a real escape room where you have a time limit to unlock the door and “escape”?  These are incredible learning tools to foster creativity, collaboration, communication and critical thinking

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5 Reasons to Use Escape Rooms in Your Classroom from 2 Peas and a Dog.

5 Reasons To Use Escape Rooms In Your Classroom

Hi everyone!  I’m Lyndsey from Lit with Lyns, and I’m super excited to be a guest blogger for 2 Peas and a Dog!  I wanted to share some ideas about an awesome educational tool that I have started using with my classes. Over the last year, I have become completely

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Find great ideas for keeping students engaged in learning with puzzles and games from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Using Puzzles and Games in the Classroom to Engage Students

Using puzzles, games, breakout boxes and escape rooms have become a trend in education. We recently had a #2ndaryELA Twitter chat about using puzzles and games in the ELA classroom. Read about how these teachers are incorporating these strategies into their lessons. Q1: How are you already using puzzles and

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