Over an eight week period, as part of the Summer Reading Program, tweens will create a Virtual Escape Room. Check out previous Escape Rooms created by the club here.
Each week we will build on the previous week's work so we ask that tweens be able to attend the majority of the dates.
Week 1. What is a virtual escape room? Play through an example. Learn how we use google slides and forms to work together to create a virtual escape room, assign individual slides and forms, and start experimenting.
Week 2. Decide as a group on our escape room theme. Work on finding background images, objects, and inserting links.
Week 3. Work on individual slides and forms. Get help from the group as needed.
Week. 4. We will start by going through the slide deck and showing our work to the group. Is a story starting to emerge? What is missing? Continue to work on individual slides and start thinking about the whole escape room.
Week 5. Put slides in order. Are there gaps in our story? Work on filling in the gaps.
Week 6. Librarians will have put the final draft together. Test the draft as a group. Find and correct errors and make improvements.
Week 7. Read feedback gathered from outside testers. Decide if we want to make changes based on that feedback.
Week 8. Escape room finished! Celebrate with the group! We will play play through our escape room and play other games.
Note for caregivers - Registering your child for this event gives them permission to participate in the library's virtual event hosted on Zoom, an online platform. The event will be monitored by library staff. We encourage caregivers to join in with your child and ask that an adult stay with children under 5.
How do Zoom programs work?
- Register for the program. Take care entering your email address properly.
- You will immediately receive an email including the Zoom link from email@example.com. If you do not receive this link within an hour, contact us at VirtualPCLS@pcls.us
- When the Zoom program is scheduled to begin, log in and enjoy the program. If you have any problems logging in, contact us at VirtualPCLS@pcls.us
Other Zoom Info
- The Pierce County Library recommends using the latest version of Zoom, with all current updates. Check for the latest version by clicking here.
- The Library System expects that all participants in Library virtual events and classes follow the Library Rules of Conduct. If an individual does not follow the Rules of Conduct, the library has the right to ask that individual to leave the virtual program.
- If you have registered for the event and are having trouble accessing the event, please email VirtualPCLS@pcls.us.
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