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ADVENTURE GAMES FOR LITERACY

Sleuth IT adventure games are a 100% cross platform series of interactive whodunnits for the classroom which place students at the heart of the action. As each story your unfolds they must turn detective, sifting through evidence, analysing witness interviews, exploring locations and cracking codes in order to gather all the information needed to solve the mystery. Sleuth IT works on iPad, Android, Chromebook, Windows Surface and Windows and Mac laptops. 

As they work to solve each case your students will develop core literacy skills, reading for understanding, critical thinking skills, collaboration and communication.

Think, “Sherlock Holmes meets Escape Room meets Cluedo"

IN CLASS OR WORKING REMOTELY FROM HOME

Sleuth IT games are designed to work equally well as a lesson activity or with a scaffolded ‘student centred’ approach for remote learning. The accompanying student ‘detective’ journal scaffolds each lesson, episode by episode, as students work to ‘crack the case’.

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DIFFERENTIATED LEARNING

All Sleuth IT games support differentiated learning. Each Primary (KS2) game is supplied in two separate versions, to be played alongside each other.

Challenged readers, students needing additional support, or whose first language is not English will experience the same adventure as their classmates, with scaffolded learning tailored to their abilities.

The story, evidence and outcome remain the same at each level, making for a fully inclusive educational experience.

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A WHOLE TERM’S RESOURCES IN CLASS OR AT HOME

Each Sleuth IT game comes with a full term’s worth of resource materials for the teacher and student. A Teacher’s Guide, Student Dossier, and all lessons and projects, project files and resources for the whole term are supplied as a digital download. Students are able to work with their teacher in class  or episode by episode remote learning. 

What will my students learn?
Literacy! Literacy! Literacy!

Literacy


Critical Thinking


Collaboration


Creativity


Communication


Computational Thinking


Above: Sleuth IT Showreel

"A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.”
George R R Martin