The school year is already flashing by as we enter into October!
Now that you’ve gotten to know each one of your new students, get them even more engaged in the learning by sending them on a collaborative scavenger hunt! Support your instruction of the water cycle and make your students feel like scientists themselves with the new “Water Cycle Scientists” hunt. Trying to teach students about survival in various climates and environments? Test their knowledge of important supplies to bring by placing them on a pretend deserted island with “Creating Civilizations!” Assess students' knowledge and understanding of text with “Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird Review” hunt.
Engage virtual students learning from home in an interactive and exciting scavenger hunt with our new “Marvellous Remote Learning Mission” hunt. Finally, let’s not forget about Halloween! Students are excited and looking forward to dressing up in their favourite costumes. Have a little fun at school with our “Halloween Haunt” hunt!
New to GooseChase and wondering how an interactive scavenger hunt would be beneficial to student learning? Check out our “GooseChase for Student Engagement” game and see what it is all about!
If you think any of these games can be used in your classroom, create an account and add any of the games below directly to your Game Manager. If you’re new to GooseChase, check out our Getting Started Package full of helpful resources!
You and your team are on a deserted island. Go through the steps to make sure that you survive and are able to become your own civilization.
Harper Lee's To Kill a Mocking Bird Review
This game encourages students to move through the building and complete tasks as part of a review for To Kill a Mockingbird.
Marvellous Remote Learning Mission
As we round the corner on another month of remote learning, here are some marvellous things to do while you are at home to learn and grow outside of the remote classroom.
Get ready for a spooky Halloween by completing these missions and earning points as you go!
Water Cycle Scientists
Find parts of the water cycle in your own neighborhood.
That's all for now, but more games will be added in the future! Check out our complete library for more ideas!
What is GooseChase?
GooseChase is an online platform that helps educators create and run digital scavenger hunt learning experiences in their classroom and beyond. Sign up and try creating a game, or contact us to learn more about our school and district-wide solutions!