⭐IT'S HARD TO IMAGINE A GRIMM FAIRY TALE WITHOUT AN ADVENTURE OR ENCHANTED FOREST. ⭐ This fully immersive 360° Grimm Digital Escape conjures up enchanted forests, villains, and happily-ever-afters. ⭐ Young teen students are invited to escape this Grimm Adventure using clues that practice reading, listening, sequencing, comparisons, logic, and other important skills!
⭐A perfect introduction to The Brothers Grimm, fairy tales, or illustration. ⭐ Playing this fully immersive 360° Grimm Adventure digital escape room will teach students about The Brothers Grimm, their stories, and illustrator Arthur Rackham! Engaging and fun this interactive, immersive digital escape has students complete 5 challenges. With no printing, copying, or cutting and a full teacher guide with answers, this Brothers Grimm digital activity is ready to use!
You will need to open both the PDF and the Easel Activity to access the link to the escape/instructions, and the digital notes sheet in Easel.
Once in the escape, students will click the red start button. This animated slide show takes students through the setup of the escape and gives the students instructions on how to play. There are five clues, plus extras.
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Stories included in this escape room by Brothers Grimm are in the public domain in the United States: Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm (1812) Household and Chiildren’sTales.
Illustrations included in this escape room by Arthur Rackham are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926. The illustrator died in 1939, so works by this illustrator are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less.
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