Virtual Book Shelf
Online Escape Room
Practice your problem solving skills in this digital escape room.
You are an intergalactic spy and must escape an exploding space ship and save your precious pet.
Personalize your characters and then enjoy solving 5 different types of puzzles to determine the codes to get through doors.
Challenging and higher order thinking
digital or print
Lesson: 60-90 minutes
Students will learn about the steps of the engineering method through discussion, reading, and application of the process by solving real-world problems.
Students will use critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, communication, and many other real world skills.
Students will learn how to easily calculate the sale price of an item in their head using decimal multiplication.
Students will apply what they have learned to plan and shop for a party on a budget.
Upper Middle and up
Math-Order of Operations
Online interactive quiz
Students will practice what they know about Order of Operations (PEMDAS) to solve 20 equations.
Players track their progress while learning about the different stops of the 2020 Tour to France.
Each question is leveled easy, medium, or hard depending on the steepness of that leg of the course.
Students will learn about the five main ways that you can take care of your health through interaction digital stations.
Students will read, explore, and engage with ideas that help them understand the importance of diet, water, sleep, exercise, and mental health.
Online Interactive Personal Survey
Take a survey to determine how well you take care of your immune system and health in 5 major areas.
Earn a health score to find out what category you belong in.
Get tips on how to take better care of your health
Learn about the different parts of the immune system in this interactive microlesson
Adaptable to any age
Students will learn about the process of growing a vegetable garden from seed germination to harvesting.
Students will use measurement, critical thinking, problem solving, planning, and many other life skills to plant and grow a garden.
Students will make predictions, test, record and analyze data about the distance, accuracy, aerobatics, or time aloft of different paper airplanes that they have created.
Students will graph their data using digital or print media.
Adaptable to any level
order of operations
Students will use what they know about equations and number sentences to create math riddles that tell the answer to questions about them (age, height, shoe size)
Students will use their knowledge to solve other student's equations.
Students will input adjectives that describe them into an online program that will create digital art.