We finished the last 30 rounds of the Lost in Space game today. Each team finished probing the planets and posturing for position, and then with about three rounds remaining, Mr. A announced that it was time to land our ships. After the mad dash was over and the dust settled, students opened a box to find out what was on their planet. For some the box was empty, for others it was full of rocks. But for some, for the winning groups, the box was filled with sweet rewards. Their planets were capable of supporting life. The right temperature, a rocky surface, medium gravity, with oxygen gas and liquid water. Enjoy your treats, children. You chose well.
March 9-12 – Cartographer’s Map.docx
March 9-12 – Journalist’s Account.docx
March 9-12 – Researcher’s Log.docx
Lost in Space Probes.zip
Lost in Space Game Timer.pptx
Lost in Space Flags.pptx
Lost in Space Planets.pptx