Velocity, Speed and Acceleration ESCAPE ROOM/BREAKOUT LESSON
Students solve speed problems, interpret graphs, put together puzzles and open different boxes to get more clues. Don't have boxes? That's ok! Create your own escape room experience with envelopes or pencil boxes. Have students decipher and answer questions about velocity, speed, and acceleration. Students demonstrate their science knowledge AND have a blast!

Setup for 7 different groups, seven different codes. You can adapt it to fit an envelope system OR a 3 digit resettable lock. I bought mine (not resettable) at Dollar Tree, combos are on the outside of the package, so that is an option too! Use this as inspiration for even more Escape Room Lessons!

Hide code 1 somewhere in the room...or have a system for them to get envelope 2
7 different speed problem sets for box/envelope 2's code
7 different Ciphers and questions/problems (if you use the invisible ink)
7 different graph problems to get box/envelope 3's code
Directions for incorporating dollar tree puzzles into the mix.

TWO DIFFERENT (1 min or 2 min) Speed Bump Cards (color-coded) for each group. (So fun to throw a team out for a minute or two--also color-coded)
Hint Tickets/Cards for all 3 boxes, color-coded so you can keep track of whom you have given hints to

Need an editable version to customize it to your locks? Go ahead and email me at to make arrangements after purchase.
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Created: Feb 16, 2017

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