Printable Math Escape Rooms

Printable Math Escape Rooms

"Can the digital math escape rooms be printed?"

No, they're only in Google Forms. YES!

Every digital math escape room now has a printable PDF version in its file. 


TO GO: 0 -- Done. Yay!

Solving 2-Step Equations Digital Math Escape Room

Over the past couple months, I added printable PDF versions to every digital math escape room. The questions are the same between the digital math escape rooms and their printable updates. The formatting of the printable math escape rooms is similar to their Google Forms versions, with a couple small changes. 

Finding Slope Digital Math Escape Room

First, all color has been removed so that they can be easily printed at school. 

Printable math escape rooms answer sheet

Each printable math escape room has a printable answer sheet with directions and spaces for each puzzle's 4-letter code.

Printable math escape rooms next step box

I also wanted to keep some self-checking aspect like the digital math escape rooms have, so each printable puzzle will have a NEXT STEP box. Students can work in groups, each group starting at a different puzzle. Once done, students check the NEXT STEP box for which puzzle to visit next.

Here's a closeup of how a digital math escape room puzzle compares to its new printable PDF version:

Area, Perimeter and Volume Digital Math Escape Room
puzzle 1 - area, perimeter, volume digital math escape room

Above is puzzle #1 of an area, perimeter and volume digital math escape room. The digital version is completely contained in one self-checking Google Form. 

Here is the same puzzle's printable version:

Area, Perimeter and Volume Digital Math Escape Room printable PDF version
puzzle #1 - area, perimeter, volume printable PDF version

Both versions are in the same file. Re-downloads are free to get the updated file.

How the printable PDF math escape rooms work:

1: Students can start on any of the 5 puzzles, they don't all have to start on puzzle #1. This will make it easy for you to have students work together in groups. 

2: Students answer all 4 questions in their first puzzle and record their 4-letter answer code onto their answer sheet.

3: Students then check the puzzle's NEXT STEP box to see which puzzle to visit next. This part of the escape room works a bit like a scavenger hunt.

The covers of the updated math escape rooms will have a green "print and digital" tag to show they have been updated.

All bundles on both TPT and my website are updated with the new versions. If you own any of these escape rooms or the bundles they are in, you can re-download them for free from either site to get the updates.


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