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Escape Rooms for Kids - activities based on school learning, for at home or in the classroom

Escape Rooms for Kids - activities based on school learning, for at home or in the classroom
Galaxy Spy Agency Part 1: Crack the Code - Escape Room Activity
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Galaxy Spy Agency Part 1: Crack the Code - Escape Room Activity

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Someone has stolen a top-secret document from the Galaxy Spy Agency, and you’re the only Secret Agent who can crack the 10-digit code to get it back! You only have one hour to save your colleagues from certain danger. Can you do it? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 5 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 9-11 elsewhere in the world. Topics covered include: perimeter and area figurative language homophones basic math operations angles the solar system a bit of beginner French and lots of fun codes to break. The PDF download is 16 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 5!
Desert Island Adventure with the Treasure Seekers - Escape Room Activity
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Desert Island Adventure with the Treasure Seekers - Escape Room Activity

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A map with a missing piece… secret messages from a mysterious source… and a rival team of treasure hunters at your heels! Can you and your team of Treasure Seekers beat the clock? You only have one hour to find the buried treasure on the desert island and make it back to your ship! This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 5 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 9-11 elsewhere in the world. Topics covered include: • basic maths operations • lines, angles, and lines of symmetry • world flags • inverted commas • 3D shapes • factors • types of nouns • converting weights in grams and kilograms • and many more fun puzzles and codes to break. The PDF download is 16 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 5!
The Mystery of the Missing Birthday Cake - Escape Room Activity
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The Mystery of the Missing Birthday Cake - Escape Room Activity

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It’s Posy the cat’s birthday, and she and the rest of the Kitty Cat Gang are about to have a party with all of their friends. But they’ve misplaced her birthday cake, and the party starts in one hour! Can you help them find the cake before the party begins? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 2 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 6-8 elsewhere in the world. This would be a great escape room to play remotely with friends for a lockdown birthday celebration! Topics covered include: • addition and subtraction • multiplication and division (2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 times tables) • 2D shapes • phonics • word problems • logic problems • and fun codes to break! The PDF download is 16 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 2!
Galaxy Spy Agency Part 3: The Secret Formula - Escape Room Activity
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Galaxy Spy Agency Part 3: The Secret Formula - Escape Room Activity

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The Galaxy Spy Agency returns for a third adventure! This time, the criminal Moonlight Squad have created a chemical formula that can open any lock or safe, and they’re planning to sell it to other criminal gangs. Your mission is to retrieve the formula, but you only have one hour before the other gangs arrive for a secret midnight meeting. Can you do it in time? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 5 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 9-11 elsewhere in the world. Topics covered include: • statements, questions, exclamations, and commands • apostrophes of possession and contraction • times tables • addition and subtraction calculations • reading and calculating volume in millilitres • phases of the moon • visual and spatial puzzles • and more fun codes to break. The PDF download is 18 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 5!
Galaxy Spy Agency Part 2: Find the Accomplice - Escape Room for Kids
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Galaxy Spy Agency Part 2: Find the Accomplice - Escape Room for Kids

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The Galaxy Spy Agency is back! This time you’re investigating three criminal suspects and you must prove which one of them is guilty, but you only have one hour! Can you do it? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 5 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 9-11 elsewhere in the world. Topics covered include: fractions and decimals tricky word spellings grammar terms parts of speech the 24-hour clock basic math operations a tiny bit of beginner French and many more fun puzzles and codes to break. The PDF download is 16 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 5!
The Case of the Stolen Sapphire - Escape Room Activity
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The Case of the Stolen Sapphire - Escape Room Activity

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You are the famous Victorian sleuth, Detective Scarlet. You’ve just been asked to find a precious sapphire pendant that has disappeared during a fancy dinner. But you only have one hour to solve the mystery before the dinner guests leave! Can you crack the case? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 5 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 9-11 elsewhere in the world. Topics covered include: • coordinating and subordinating conjunctions • adjectives and adverbs ending in -ly • addition with 4- and 5-digit numbers • division with 2- and 3-digit numbers • reading graphs • calculating times in hours and minutes • and fun word puzzles and codes to break! The PDF download is 16 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 5!
The Martian Games - Escape Room Activity
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The Martian Games - Escape Room Activity

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Team Awesome is one of three teams left in the finals of the Martian Games, the most important sporting event on Mars. They’ll need all their speed, strength, and skill to beat Team Fab and Team Unstoppable… and they only have an hour before the games end! Can you help them win the Martian Games Trophy? This escape-room-style activity was designed for Year 2 pupils in the UK and can be used for ages 6-8 elsewhere in the world. This would be a great escape room to play remotely with friends for a lockdown birthday celebration! Topics covered include: • addition and subtraction • ordering numbers • multiplication (2, 3, and 5 times tables) • fractions • grammar and word problems • logic problems • and fun codes to break! The PDF download is 15 pages and includes an answer key. All measurements are metric. Requires no additional resources or setup. Equally fantastic for a whole-class activity at school or a great individual challenge at home. Play with family members or solo, or team up with friends on a video chat. A fun and engaging way to review learning from Year 2!