Lucky's Map St Patrick's Day Escape Room & Webscape™ - 5th Grade Math Review

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Students enjoyed working together and the directions made it easy for students to complete in breakout rooms with little assistance from me.
This was an awesome resource! I loved using this with my class as a fun review day! This resource was so beautifully prepped, had beautiful details, and made it so easy to share with my students.
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⭐ This 5th grade math escape room is a truly immersive experience and themed perfectly for St. Patrick's Day! Students navigate their way out of a dungeon in Blarney Castle where they have been trapped for stealing Lucky the Leprechaun's gold coins. To escape, students complete four unique math standards-based challenges. The challenges require students to practice multiplication, division, writing and comparing decimals, and finding volume. Students add their answers to the St. Patrick's Day Magical Decoding Tool to help them unlock the secret codes and complete each challenge. Students earn items used for each step on their way out of the castle. This resource is a great St. Patrick's Day activity and printable and digital versions are included!

⭐ This math escape room comes in digital and print formats.

  • Webscape Format - This web-based format provides the most interactive and immersive experience possible. It is self-directed, self-correcting, and contains audio. You can check out my video overview here. You won't believe how engaging this format is until you try it!

  • Google Format - Students complete the exercises in Google Slides. The St. Patrick's Day Magical Decoder is a Google Sheet that self-corrects and tells each student when they can continue to the next challenge.

  • Printable Format - Students can use any device to scan QR codes to watch the videos. If no device is available, students can skip the videos and still enjoy the exercise. Students use a printable St. Patrick's Day Magical Decoder and answer sheet to decipher the clues and track their answers.

⭐ Integrated videos, thematic items, and a storyline come together to engage students while developing and reviewing mathematics skills.

*Please note: The Google Slides format includes embedded videos that are hosted via YouTube. The printable version includes QR codes for these videos. If you plan on using the Google or printable formats, please ensure you and your students have access to YouTube. The Webscape version does not require YouTube.

Key Features:

✏️ Digital & Printable Versions - Webscape, Google, and print versions make this resource perfect for any classroom. The digital version can be used dynamically in the classroom as a presentation while students complete each mathematical question in groups or individually.

✏️ Immersive Experience: St. Patrick's Day themed, dynamic challenges, and engaging videos provide positive reinforcement and keep students engaged and focused.

✏️Skill Focused: Each question set was written to focus on the key mathematics skills of multiplication, division, comparing and writing fractions, and finding volume.

✏️Scaffolded Challenges: Challenges increase in difficulty as students progress through the escape room.

✏️No Prep/ Low Prep: Digital version requires NO PREP. The printable version is low prep. Just print the pages, place them in folders, and go. The printable version has the option to incorporate technology and videos through QR codes.

What's Included:

5th Grade Lucky's Map Escape Room

  • Print and Digital Directions
  • Lucky the Leprechaun's Letter
  • Challenge #1: Multiplication to find the map
  • Challenge #2: Division to solve Alwan the Troll’s clue
  • Challenge #3: Writing and comparing decimals to solve Fairy Flossy’s clue
  • Challenge #4: Solve volume problems to build a pair of shoes and reveal the hideout.
  • Escape from the Castle Certificate
  • Ooops Cards
  • Recording Brochure
  • Answer Key

Digital Version Links

  • Webscape Link for Interactive Browser Based Experience
  • Google Slides Link for Digital Escape Room
  • Google Forms Link for Decoding Tool

Please Note: This escape room is similar to the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade versions, but with problems and skills at a 5th grade level.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Recognize volume as an attribute of solid figures and understand concepts of volume measurement.
A cube with side length 1 unit, called a “unit cube,” is said to have “one cubic unit” of volume, and can be used to measure volume.
A solid figure which can be packed without gaps or overlaps using 𝘯 unit cubes is said to have a volume of 𝘯 cubic units.
Measure volumes by counting unit cubes, using cubic cm, cubic in, cubic ft, and improvised units.
Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume.


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