I love Escape Rooms and I love math! Why not mix them together?
Warning - this does involve investing in some materials (lock boxes, locks, prizes if you want). I bought 4 lock boxes and 4 locks that I could reset the combination to from Amazon and spent $60. However - I use these boxes and locks for all my Escape the Rooms. Included in the instructions are links to the Amazon purchases I made.
This includes 4 different coordinate grids, leveled for different learners. In each, students must plot the ordered pairs and connect the points to form numbers. There is one number created in each Quadrant. Those 4 numbers are then used to open their locked box.
To make it a little exciting - I use a YouTube Escape the Room timer that has intense music to make it a little more fun. My students like to write their times down and see if the group after them will get a faster/slower time.
It's nothing super fancy - no cute clipart - just plain old fashioned fun. My students LOVE it and beg me to play. Every student gets involved (even my "I hate math" kids). I'm new to 6th grade, so if you like this one - come back to my store every once in a while as I will add more when I make them and test them out with my kiddos!