Collection: Digital Math Escapes

Each digital math escape room is completely contained in one self-checking Google Form with no outside links. These math activities are a breeze to assign, and their self-checking aspect keeps students engaged while giving that instant feedback they love.  

FAQs:

 

How do these digital math escape rooms work?

Each escape room has 5 puzzles, each with 4 problems to solve. Each puzzle is set with answer-validation that requires a correct 4-letter code to be entered. 

 

To solve each puzzle, students solve 4 problems then find their answers in the 9-letter answer grid to build their 4-letter code. There will be 20 total problems to solve in each escape room.

 

Can students just guess the code?

Each puzzle has 3,024 possible 4-letter combinations and just one correct combination.   

 

How do I send the escape room to students? 

When you open the Google Form, there will be a purple "send" button in the top right corner. Clicking this will bring up the URL to send to students.

 

Do students need Google Classroom?

Students do not need Google Classroom or Google accounts to complete these escape rooms. The Google Form's send link can be emailed or posted wherever students are working. 

 

Every digital math escape room is available separately here on TpT.

 

 

DIGITAL MATH ESCAPE ROOMS:

  • This site is run by Shana McKay of Scaffolded Math and Science, scaffoldedmath.com.

    Contact: shana@scaffoldedmath.com