Explore, solve, and learn
For children and teenagers, and inspired by the mechanics of the “Escape Room”, the games in the Playscape series review the contents of school subjects in a fun and adventurous way, while enhancing logical skills and reasoning.
To be used individually or in a group, the games included in the series test the skills, intuition and courage of the participants who will have to pass tests and solve puzzles in order to complete an important mission.
GAMES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL
The first two games in the Playscape series are for children ages 8 to 11 and are perfect for reviewing and consolidating the history curriculum in primary school:
ESCAPE FROM PREHISTORY
Both games – Escape from Prehistory and Mystery in Mesopotamia – contain:
60 extra large cards, each one with its own mystery to solve to identify the next card and advance in the game;
a DECRIPTICON – the red lens that, when placed over the back of some special cards reveals useful hints for completing the mission.
Playing is easy, all you have to do is:
Read the complete instructions from some cards translated into English from Escape from Prehistory:
Read the complete instructions from some cards translated into English from Mystery in Mesopotamia:
Valeria Razzini is primary school teacher specialised in inclusive teaching and has worked with various institutions as a trainer and teacher in Communications. She completed a second degree in Primary Education Science at the University of Reggio Emilia with a specialisation in Specific Learning Disorders and Special Educational Needs. She has published various essays on many aspects of mathematical didactics.