Critical Thinking, Education, Games, K-12, Problem Solving

Valentine’s Day Breakout EDU

UPDATE 1/31/2023 – The link below for the seasonal games no longer works. However, here is a link to a Valentine’s Day themed digital breakout by CoffeyITRT. Also, here is my up-to-date Wakelet collection of Valentine’s Day resources.

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day.  If you teach in any country that annually celebrates this day, then you know that getting your students to focus will probably be somewhat of a challenge.  You might as well join in the fun – in an educational way, of course.  I’ve already posted this year’s list of Valentine’s Day resources, but wanted to let you know that I will be adding these seasonal Breakout Edu games to the list.  “Anti-Love Potion #9” is designed for elementary students, and, “Where in the World is Valentino/Cupid?” targets middle and high schools.  “Holiday Hijinks” connects to a few different holidays, including Valentine’s Day, and can be used with 2nd-6th grades.

If you haven’t registered with Breakout EDU yet, you can go to this page.  Registering is free, and you need to do so in order to get the password that will give you full access to the games.  And, just in case you haven’t read my original post on Breakout EDU, here you go 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Breakout EDU”

  1. Does this work to have small groups doing the same activity? And just a master box? Or do you have separate boxes? This activity looks amazing!

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