At Schoolhouse Escapes, each module consists of an original opening story, formatted as a picture book and written exclusively for Schoolhouse Escapes. We are sometimes asked where you can buy these books, but for now, they are available only as part of your escape game experience with your students.
We hope you enjoy hearing them as much as we enjoyed writing them!
Professor Hubert's Great Idea
An eccentric professor (with his black dog named Yellow) decides that building a robot will solve the problems that occur when his experiments go awry. With the help of eager (and smart) schoolchildren, he’s able to assemble a robot and fix all his mistakes. This is a rhyming book.
The Hidden Treasure
Back in Time
The Girls Who Saved Christmas
When Santa comes down with a terrible toothache and must cancel Christmas, Mrs. Claus decides she will save the day! With secrecy and help from a surprising source, the head female elf gathers her crew and brings Christmas to the children of the world. This is a rhyming story.
A Pirate's Treasure
When a sweet old grandmother finally decides to succumb to her ultimate desire of living the Halloween life year-round, she turns into Halloween Granny! Her family must decide what they are going to do with her and all of her spooky stuff! This is a rhyming story.
boosting student learning through cooperative adventures
• Critical thinking
Designed to Reinforce Common Core Standards
Student led, hands-on problem solving &
Common Core standards-based games
All the Fun of a Field Trip Without Having to Leave School
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