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Timothy Capazzi

Digital Escape Rooms!

Grades: 4th Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade
Subjects: Computer Science, Home Learning

Student Instructions

Your immediate thought might be, “What in the world is a Digital Escape Room?” Escape Rooms are traditionally a physical “locked” room in which there are clues on how to escape. You need to solve each clue or problem that is presented in order to move onto the next clue, which, when you’ve solved enough, will eventually allow you to leave the room. Now, imagine this scenario, but in a virtual setting. A digital escape room will give you a short story in reference to the theme. As you click through the prompts they give you, there will come a time where you need to solve a problem or a clue in order to click to the next prompt. Just as in real life, you won’t be able to “escape” until all the clues have been solved. To try out one of the rooms, click on the link in the picture for the room. In some of them, you'll find links to other parts of the room with clues for each of the "locks." You'll probably need a parent or older sibling to help you with these, or if you're up for a challenge, try to solve them yourself! PARENTS: Other than using these escape rooms to entertain you and your kids when stuck inside because of a global pandemic or simply a rainy day, there are plenty of other reasons to use them. Escape rooms, in general, all help build an individual’s problem-solving skills. Depending on your child’s age, these escape rooms could serve as a great educational tool. Credit - https://mamateaches.com/digital-escape-rooms/