A story for any subject — May’s Quest of the Month

If you’ve been looking for an epic storyline to complement your lesson plan, Classcraft’s Quest of the Month has you covered! Each month at Classcraft, we choose one awesome quest to promote. Our May pick is our first ever story-only quest, “A Hero Rises: Part One,” created by Caleb Moore.

Designed for any grade and subject, this flexible story engages your class of adventurers as they search for the King’s brother and retrieve the Stone of Power. A perilous journey, intriguing characters, and wonders await.

Quests are personalized, self-paced, choose-your-own-adventure lessons for students. Mr. Moore’s quest gives educators a way to teach through storytelling by providing an interesting narrative that can accompany any subject. Adding stories to lessons is an effective way to help students learn and remember new content.

Packed with stunning illustrations and a captivating story, all that’s left for teachers to do is import the quest and add their own tasks. What are you waiting for? Import this quest now to start using it with your class.

If you use Classcraft, you can submit quests you’ve created to be the next Quest of the Month on our submission page. Our goal is to spotlight the amazing educators who inspire us and share creative, teacher-made content with our global community of forward-thinking educators.

Take it away, Caleb!

Gamemaster Caleb Moore

What grades and subjects do you teach?

Caleb Moore: Third grade

How long have you been teaching?

Moore: 15 years

Where do you teach?

Moore: Schneider Elementary School, in Farmer City, Illinois.

What made you decide to use Classcraft?

Moore: The ease of use to create personalized quests and the behavior management tools.

What kinds of things are you passionate about?

Moore: Family, exercise, video games, and coffee!

“A Hero Rises: Part One” quest created by Caleb Moore.

Why do you love the quest you created? What makes it special?

Moore: I like the idea of making a personalized quest that tells a detailed story for the students to follow. I think what makes it special is that it includes a narrative that is detailed and includes images.

I’d recommend it to others as it has been built especially for busy teachers who don’t have time to create a story and tasks. They just need to adapt it to whichever assignment they’d like.

What did your students think of your quest? How did they react?

Moore: They loved it! They continue to ask when part two is coming out!

What’s one of your favorite things about Classcraft?

Moore: Personalized learning through the use of the Quest system.

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