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Conflict Resolution Pirate Escape Room


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Conflict resolution is always an important skill for students to learn, practice, and review. This pirate themed escape room is an engaging lesson that works with small groups or whole classes. Students complete four challenges to convince the pirate captain to let them free – either by finding the treasure or finding the secret message!
•Peaceful vs. not-so-peaceful choice sort (with visuals)
•Short scenarios with fill-in-the-blanks for conflict resolution strategy used
•Cipher code
•Puzzles for practicing I-statements/I-messages
Students also have to use other social skills when working with their teams/groups, making this a extra impactful lesson. This escape room is designed for a 45 minute classroom lesson or a 30-35 minute small group session. It was created with 2nd and 3rd grade in mind, though I know second semester 1st graders would rock this as well and it would be a great fit for 4th graders in small group counseling.
Resource Includes:
•Written ASCA and CASEL aligned lesson plan
•Detailed directions for prepping and running the lesson, including pictures and a counselor/teacher answer key
•Materials for running escape room in scavenger hunt format or secret message format
•Includes all materials in full color and B&W
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What others are saying...

“This was a great resource to use with my students. I paired them up to complete the activities and I loved seeing how hard each pair worked to complete the tasks and move on to the next one.”

“Super fun resource for students to work on problem solving in a creative way!”

“My students love the pirate theme and solving the puzzles as they worked in small groups to learn about conflict. The information they gain was important and the I think they will remember what they learned.”