Make your own escape room - revision, end of  term or just to keep them motivated

Make a lesson that your students won’t forget quickly!
Make an escape room activity full of puzzles (digital or paper or mixed) that will keep them in suspense all lesson long.
Try it out here:
To run your own escape room, you will need to do some preparation adapting it to your topics but this pack contains templates and instructions for lots of different puzzles that can be used in any subject.
They can also be use individually to make tasks more interesting.
7 pages of instructions, ideas and lesson plans for 15 different activities and how to organise an escape classroom
Powerpoints and word documents with adaptable activities like code wheels, jigsaws and colour changer
Powerpoint backgrounds to create themed presentations
Lots of web links with explanations and ideas

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  • code-wheel-digital.pptx
  • code-wheel-paper.pptx
  • half-text.pptx
  • hidden-message-circle.pptx
  • powerpoint-backgrounds.pptx
  • Red-reveal-digital.pptx
  • tarsia-generic.pptx
  • word-strips.pptx
  • colour-changer.xlsx
  • directional-changer.xlsx
  • number-changer.xlsx
  • Braille-alphabet.docx
  • code-string-paper.docx
  • directional-maze.docx
  • path-finder.docx
  • pigpen-cipher-alphabet.docx
  • team-finding-cards.docx
  • word-additions.docx
  • word-strips.docx
  • word-strips-matching-table.docx
  • Code-String-digital.pptx
  • AA-Make-your-own-escape-room-instructions.docx

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Created: Apr 9, 2018

Updated: Aug 26, 2018


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