Probability Digital Escape Interactive Learning Adventure
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This probability escape adventure is a fun and engaging way to reinforce probability skills in your classroom. This fully interactive game leads students through an adventure to help Lucky find his missing charms. They will work their way along the path all while answering questions about probability.
There are 4 sections of probability questions using such things as a bag of marbles, different colored fish, dice, spinners, playing cards, etc. After each section, students will find a pot of charms that belong to Lucky. They will type the color or shape name as their lock code and continue on their journey. If a mistake is made, they will be taken to a whoops! page and try again. At the end of the adventure, the students are given a completion phrase to share with the teacher to prove they finished the escape.
There are no outside links in this escape which means all the locks are inside the escape. This makes a seamless experience and is a perfect way to introduce students to the concept of escape rooms. This escape will be perfect for a 35-45 minute class period, leaving time for students to open computers, link, and practice their probability skills.
- Assign with one link!
- Works seamlessly with Chromebooks
- NO GOOGLE!
- Great for practicing probability skills and the language of chance
- A great introduction to playing digital escape rooms
- A completion phrase is provided to students as proof they completed the escape.
- Step-by-step teacher instructions with the answer key are provided
Digital Escape Room Tip for Teachers:
Included in this resource:
- teacher Guide on how to use the resource
- the link and embed code for your LMS to the digital game
See what others are saying about some of my escape rooms!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Karen G. said about St. Patrick's Day Digital Escape Room:
What a fun holiday escape room! I love that it is ELA based! My students can actually work through this activity independently and they love the activities because they are different from what they are used to - especially the magnifying glass! I love the riddles. You create the best escape rooms - 100% engaging for my students and so easy for me! Thank you!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jennifer H. said about Ellis Island Immigration Escape Room:
This is an AMAZING resource. I used this during distance learning, and it was very easy to assign it to the kids via Google Classroom. I can't wait to use it again next year with my kids. I know that they are going to LOVE it!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Michelle S. said about Earth Day Escape Room:
We had ELA state testing on the morning of Earth Day. So I was looking for something with zero prep and fun for the students. I also wanted something that was engaging yet full of content. This checked all of the bases. The kids were so engaged in solving each puzzle and it was a great way to work in Earth Day after a very long state test. Thanks!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Stacy R. said about Holidays Around the World Escape Room:
My students LOVED this during the weeks before Christmas. It has reading, listening, and thinking skills. I made up a folder and added a craft from each country. They loved it. We are definitely using it for years to come!!!!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Growing and Learning with Mrs Nix said about Genre Escape:
This was one of the best resources I have ever purchased. My students LOVED this escape room. It was easy to assign and figure out how to use. The work was challenging enough to keep them engaged and working hard but still possible for them to figure out with some trial and error. This was a very fun way to review genres.
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