Digital Escape Room Addition and Subtraction Math Quest Game (Level 1)

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Addition & Subtraction Digital Math Quest GAME. Your students can play the School Jungle Jam in a digital game format. This resource is designed to be played on any device with an Internet connection (please read the technical tips section and try the free chapter below to see if it works for you).

This is a single Math Level pack only (LEVEL 1). See the links below for other math difficulty packet options:

Adventure meets an escape room with this style of game. Your students will need to discover passwords at the end of each chapter in order to access the next part of the quest story. Your Teacher copy will contain all links and passwords.

Digital Sharing Options: There's a Google doc link, QR codes, and hyperlinked student page as options to share the game links. Pick what works best for your situation.


Implementation Suggestion: Turn it into a competition to see who can complete the quest first in your classroom OR set a timer with a limit that everyone must aim to beat to finish the adventure (or single chapter if you prefer to break it up into smaller chunks). Distance learning - require students to report the passwords to show they have completed a chapter.


All you need is an Internet connection and a device to play the game. I recommend carrying out the test link provided below to see if it will work for you.

<CLICK HERE> to trial a sample of a math game to see if these types of games work on the device you plan to use to complete.

Didn't work? Ensure that cookies are enabled and you have a steady Internet connection. Try a different Internet browser, such as Google Chrome. Clearing your browsing history/cache helps too. Chromebook users may need to adjust permission settings.



In this LEVEL 1 Math game, the math required to complete each chapter is:

  • Chapter 1 – Add within 20 & Add single-digit numbers to double-digit numbers.
  • Chapter 2 – Subtract within 20, Subtract single-digit numbers to double-digit numbers.
  • Chapter 3 – Add/Subtract Ten from double-digit numbers.
  • Chapter 4 – Missing addends (within 20).
  • Chapter 5 – Missing subtrahends (within 20).
  • Chapter 6 – Mix of all of the above, plus some comparing numbers & odd/even questions.


Students can end up with one of four different ending scenarios. A short video clip is provided for each.

What's the same from the paper math quest?

  • The video hook intro
  • Correct answering of math questions to progress through the adventure
  • Alternate story endings

What's different from the paper math mystery?

  • No printing or photocopying required
  • Some story variations
  • The math questions are different
  • Lots of graphics
  • The answers are presented in multiple choices for students to search and find answers.
  • Cannot chapter jump, completion of each chapter unlocks access to the next clue.
  • Four different video ending clips. They might want to play Chapter 6 again to achieve a different ending if they wish.

What you will need:

  • A stable Internet connection
  • The digital links are provided in this pack.
  • Computer access – this can be used on any device with an internet connection and browser e.g. PCs, Macs, IWB, and tablet devices.
  • Optional: print the tracking and recording page provided in this download. However, this is easily substituted with a workbook or plain piece of paper if you prefer to skip printing or photocopying this page.
  • Options for sharing include: hyperlinked PDF, Google Slides, QR Codes, and direct copy and paste URLs.

Implementation suggestions

There are many ways to use this resource, some include:

  • Complete as a whole class on your Interactive Whiteboard. Students take it in turns to answer the questions.
  • Assign to your students to complete independently or in pairs on a device. This could be something they do as an early finisher task, during your math block, or for homework.

Sharing with Students

There are a few ways you may choose to share the game with your students:

  • The student pages with clickable links are available in EASEL by TPT. When opening Easel, choose which math level you want to keep (top corner marked L1, L2, and L3 for math levels) and delete the other level pages before assigning the game to your students.
  • Assign the Google Slide link provided via Google Classroom
  • Email the game links to your students.
  • Use the QR codes provided for students to scan. These can be printed or shown on the IWB for students to scan from.
  • Do as a class on the IWB with your access to the links only.
  • If all of the above fails, or if you need help, you can send an email to me and we can try to resolve the issue.

>>> Chapter Access <<<

After completing a clue, students will be given a password to unlock the next chapter link.

Math Level Access

After downloading the product, open the ZIP folder. Inside there are three folders, each labeled with a 'level.' Open the folder of the level you wish your students to work on and use the files with links provided in that folder.


  • To PAUSE the game it will need to be kept open in the browser. Closing the game will require starting again from the top of the chapter it was closed on.
  • I have tested this game many times, but a glitch or two may have been missed. Please let me know if you come across any problems and I will fix them. Also please contact me with any other technical difficulties. My email is
  • To prevent technical issues, I recommend clearing your browsing history and ensuring that cookies are enabled. Also please check your settings as some school computers require permission given to access links.


I recommend TRYING a sample below to see if these types of games work on your device.

<CLICK HERE> to trial a sample of a math game.


Encountered technical errors? Try the following first:

- Clear your cache and browsing history

- Ensure Cookies are enabled

- Is your Internet connection steady?

- Try a different Internet browser such as Google Chrome

- For Chromebook users, please check your settings/filters to give permission to allow the links. See below for more advice.

Common Chromebook troubleshooting tip: You can allow or block permissions for a specific site. The site will use its settings instead of the default settings. You can also clear data for a site.

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. Go to a website.
  3. To the left of the web address, click the icon you see: Lock, Info, or Dangerous
  4. Click Site settings.
  5. Change a permission setting. Your changes will automatically save.

If none of the above work, please contact me on

As with all technology, issues may sometimes arise that are beyond my control. However, I will do my best to work with you and aim to resolve any problems should you experience any.


LICENSING TERMS: This purchase includes a license for one teacher only for personal use in their classroom. Licenses are non-transferable, meaning they can not be passed from one teacher to another. No part of this resource is to be shared with colleagues or used by an entire grade level, school, or district without purchasing the proper number of licenses. Please contact me for a quote at if interested in purchasing multiple licenses.

COPYRIGHT TERMS: This resource may not be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom/personal websites or network drives, unless the site is password protected and can only be accessed by students.

Print & Solve PAPER Editions are available for this Math Quest Story. Click below to find the printable version:

School Jungle Jam Math Quest Worksheets

Find the Level 2 single pack of this Digital Math Game >>here<<

Find the Level 3 single pack of this Digital Math Game >>here<<

Other Digital Math Games available:

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The Case of the Cursed Classrooms

The Case of the Zombie Elves

The Case of the Halloween Heist

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