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# 5th Grade Math Bundle Escape Room Games & Breakouts | Digital Options

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Now updated with digital options! The digital options are Google Forms. Will your class escape in time? Save 25% by buying the bundle! These games are the latest new craze, and will review the math concepts taught in 5th grade. Students must solve a task using the concepts learned. This fun and engaging activity will keep your students on their toes the entire time!

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ Grade 5 Math Review Escape Room | Distance Learning

Now updated with a digital option! The digital option is a Google Form. Will your class escape in time? Oh no! Your class has been captured by a group of swashbuckling pirates! They must use their math skills to escape. Students will need to escape by accomplishing tasks related to their lesson for a fun and engaging activity!

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Will your class escape in time? Uh oh! Your students are stuck on Mars! Their satellite is broken, and they must fix it to communicate with Earth and return home. This is a review game for the math concepts taught in 5th grade under the domain of operations and algebraic thinking. It can be played in small groups, or as a whole class. If your class has never played an escape game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Operations in Base Ten Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? No Way! The animals at the zoo have escaped, and your students have been tasked with putting them back into their proper locations. This is a review game for the math concepts taught in 5th grade under the domain of numbers and operations in base ten. It can be played in small groups, or as a whole class. If your class has never played an escape game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Fractions Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Uh oh! A mob of monsters has overtaken your classroom! To escape, you
must solve a string of clues and math problems hidden throughout the room. As you answer each question, you will get one step closer to breaking free from these crazy monsters. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 5th grade, under the domain of Numbers and Operations-Fractions. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Measurement and Data Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Oops! Your students have accidentally set their time machine back to prehistoric times. They are now roaming around with dinosaurs. This isn’t even the bad news though, because they have somehow lost the time machine! To make it back home, students must solve a string of clues and math problems hidden throughout the room. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 5th grade, under the domain of Measurement and Data. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Geometry Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Oh no! The ringmaster has lost all of his circus performers and animals. The show will be ruined if none of the acts are at the big top in time! Students must help the ringmaster locate all the people and animals for his show. By solving a string of math problems students will locate clues, until they have saved the circus. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 4th grade, under the domain of Geometry. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ Grade 5 Math Review Escape Room | Distance Learning

Now updated with a digital option! The digital option is a Google Form. Will your class escape in time? Oh no! Your class has been captured by a group of swashbuckling pirates! They must use their math skills to escape. Students will need to escape by accomplishing tasks related to their lesson for a fun and engaging activity!

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Operations and Algebraic Thinking

Will your class escape in time? Uh oh! Your students are stuck on Mars! Their satellite is broken, and they must fix it to communicate with Earth and return home. This is a review game for the math concepts taught in 5th grade under the domain of operations and algebraic thinking. It can be played in small groups, or as a whole class. If your class has never played an escape game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Operations in Base Ten Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? No Way! The animals at the zoo have escaped, and your students have been tasked with putting them back into their proper locations. This is a review game for the math concepts taught in 5th grade under the domain of numbers and operations in base ten. It can be played in small groups, or as a whole class. If your class has never played an escape game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Fractions Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Uh oh! A mob of monsters has overtaken your classroom! To escape, you
must solve a string of clues and math problems hidden throughout the room. As you answer each question, you will get one step closer to breaking free from these crazy monsters. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 5th grade, under the domain of Numbers and Operations-Fractions. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Measurement and Data Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Oops! Your students have accidentally set their time machine back to prehistoric times. They are now roaming around with dinosaurs. This isn’t even the bad news though, because they have somehow lost the time machine! To make it back home, students must solve a string of clues and math problems hidden throughout the room. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 5th grade, under the domain of Measurement and Data. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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#### Cracking the Classroom Code™ 5th Grade Geometry Escape Room

Will your class escape in time? Oh no! The ringmaster has lost all of his circus performers and animals. The show will be ruined if none of the acts are at the big top in time! Students must help the ringmaster locate all the people and animals for his show. By solving a string of math problems students will locate clues, until they have saved the circus. This is a review game for the concepts taught in 4th grade, under the domain of Geometry. If your class has never played an escape game or breakout game before, I suggest playing as a whole class for the first time.

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## Description

Now updated with digital options! The digital options are Google Forms.

Will your class escape in time? Save 25% by buying the bundle! These games are the latest new craze, and will review the math concepts taught in 5th grade. Students must solve a string of math problems and clues to escape their captors, or save a catastrophe from occurring. From Pirates to monsters, and from saving a zoo or circus, your students are sure to be engaged with all the fun themes. Your class will hardly realize they are doing math!

Each game focuses on one math domain:

• Operations and Algebraic Thinking (Stuck on Mars)
• Numbers and Operations in Base Ten (Save the Zoo)
• Numbers and Operations-Fractions (Escape the Monsters)
• Measurement and Data (Stuck in Prehistoric Times)
• Geometry (Save the Circus)

*The last game is a review and has questions from all the domains. (Escape the Pirates)

Each game comes with written instructions, as well as pictures. Also, you will have the option to print the game in color, or black and white. Everything needed to play is provided, however, teachers will need to supply their own envelopes.

*Games come with the option to use QR codes, or not. Both versions are available.

For the digital option:

Technology Requirements

• A Google Drive account
• If sharing with students, a Drive account that is linked to student Google accounts
• Can be shared/delivered on Google Classroom

This escape room can be used with iPads, chrome books, laptops, and desktops as long as your students have access to Google Drive or Classroom on a device. The escape room is on a Google Form. Students must answer the questions correctly to advance to the next section, and eventually escape.

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