DRAGON DUNGEON BREAKOUT
Karlyn A Rybolt
Created on October 10, 2023
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© 20XX A game by Lorem Ipsum Dolor
BREAKOUT
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Legend says that a faraway kingdom forged a sword that together with the power of the Elemental Gems (fire, water, air, and earth) could defeat any evil. Gather the gems to assemble the ultimate weapon and defeat the dragon hiding in the dungeon.
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Thank goodness you’ve come! We need your help!You need to find the 4 Elemental Gems so that the sword has enough power and then defeat the fearsome dragon that is terrorizing our people…
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Help us, only a person like you can do it!
I guess I will because Ms. Rybolt is making me :)
Of course!
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Ouch! I thought you were cool ... What will become of us!
Hehehe, I was kidding. Ahem, of course I’ll help you
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I knew you would not fail me! Thanks a lot! Here is the holy sword. Now gather the Elemental Gems to complete it and defeat the dragon.
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LEVEL 1  EARTH GEM
Watch out, a wandering skeleton is in your way! Get the earth gem by correctly answering these questions…
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EARTH GEM
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Where do you think you’re going, mortal?! You won’t be worthy of the Earth Gem until you get all my questions correct. Do you dare to try?
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60,352
59,892
63,744
59,472
Use the five playing cards above to create a threedigit number and a two digit number that multiply to give the greatest product. Work with your team to develop a strategy that you can explain to your teacher before moving on.
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92 x 18
98 x 12
Alan and Debra were trying to decide where to place a 2 and an 8 in the boxes shown here: . Their goal was to make the largest product possible.
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Alan thought that the 2 should go next to the 9 to make 92, and the 8 should go next to the 1 to make 18. Where in Alan’s picture can you see the 2 (of the 92) and the 8 (of the 18)? What about the 9 of the 92 and the 1 of the 18? What part of the picture represents the product?
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Smaller
Larger
If Alan and Debra had done the opposite (put the 8 with the 9 to form 98 and the 2 with the 1 to form 12), would the product (area) have been larger or smaller? Support your thinking by drawing a figure like Alan’s for this new product.
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Congratulations!! Here is your reward, you have earned it
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Oh, I've lost my mind, give me another chance!
Hahahaha, what do you say? ...
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Choose the correct answer to get out of the room aliveand get the next gem
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AIR GEM
LEVEL 2  AIR GEM
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Alan is working with 1 hundred block,5 ten blocks, and 6 one blocks. He wants to use all of these blocks to make another rectangle.Work with your team to help Alan arrange his blocks into a rectangle. Is there more than one way to do this?
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Sketch two of your rectangles on your paper and label their dimensions. Are the dimensions of each of your rectangles the same, or are some of them different?
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Different
Same
You got the Air Gem!
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Find the correct answer
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WATER GEM
LEVEL 3  WATER GEM
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Alan has another idea. This time, he is trying to multiply 12 x 13 and get an exact answer without having to build the product with Base Ten Blocks. Alan drew this diagram.
Answer the following questions correctly to earn this element. CLick here to move on...
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Examine Alan’s diagram and discuss with your team how it relates to the shape he built with blocks. Why did he label the sides "10+3" and "10+2"?
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Find the areas of the four smaller rectangles. The upperleft section is already done for you. In the upperleft box, show how Alan got “100.” What does the “100” represent? Then fill in the other three smaller rectangles the same way.
Area of theat one rectangle inside the whole shape
Area of thw whole shape
Perimeter of the whole shape.
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How can you find the total area represented by the entire rectangle? Work with your team to find at least two ways to do this.
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Work with your team to help Alan draw a generic rectangle to multiply 59 x 46 and find the product.
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You got the Water gem!
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Search among the tiles for the mathematical operationto find the correct answer
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FIRE GEM
LEVEL 4  FIRE GEM
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7
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Riley is looking at the diagram at right in his math book. Identify the factors and product represented by the rectangle.
Factors: 50 and 60Product: 3000
Factors: 3000 Product: 50 and 60
Factors: 5 and 6Product: 30
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54

36
Which fraction is NOT equivalent to 3/5?
33/55
24/60
9/15
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Draw a generic rectangle to multiply 37 x 42. Then write an equation using addition that shows the total area of the generic rectangle.
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You got the Fire Gem!
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Defeat the dragon!
FINAL LEVEL  DRAGON
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How dare you bother me, you fool!
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THE END
You defeated the dragon, and the kingdom i at peace again. And you’ve become became a legend!”
© 20XX A game by Lorem Ipsum Dolor
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