Trapped in Math Class! Escape room problem solving has students working together to work on challenging problems to increase their problem-solving skills.
I use this product with 8th grade math students. I separate them into groups and have them each pick a group name. We go through the opening scenario as a class. With the lights dimmed, each group gets their first key to their locks. They solve their clue and will get a number. I have students use a computer to check their lock number on a google form. You could also check and just give them the next clue.
As students work through the problems they will be challenged to think and problem solve. Once the students have solved the last lock, they have escaped the classroom!
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