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The Most Dangerous Game Escape Room



Review “The Most Dangerous Game” with this engaging, hands-on escape room.

This resource includes everything you need to get your students up and moving while still reviewing key elements of the short story. Low prep – print, cut, and go!

Incorporate some collaboration (and maybe some friendly competition ) into your “The Most Dangerous Game” review. Playing as Sanger Rainsford, students will work together to solve a series of five tasks and escape Ship Trap Island.

What’s included:

⭐5 core tasks
⭐Station cards
⭐Student answer sheet
⭐Answer key
⭐ Teacher instructions

5 tasks include:

Figurative language
Quote Cryptogram
Close Reading

Your students will love the change from traditional review study guides. They’ll be out of their seats, collaborating, engaged in discussion, justifying their choices, and using analysis to solve tasks.


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Megan said, “This was a little challenging for my students, but once they got an understanding of how to do it everything went well. This is a wonderful resource.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ LitMisfit says, “My kids LOVED this activity. They found it engaging and they learned more about the story.”

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Kiley says, “My students loved completing this escape room as a review. Students were engaged and it was a great classroom activity!”

? Check out the preview for a more detailed look at each of the tasks.

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