Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade Measurement and Data Escape Room

$5.00

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 4th 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.

Description

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 4th 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.

**Versions with and without QR codes included.

This is an interactive game where the students are timed. Students try and solve clues and math problems to breakout and escape the classroom.You, the teacher, can decide how much time your students have to complete the task. I will suggest 45 minutes, but it is up to your discretion. You can project a timer for your class, or put one somewhere for all the students to see, so they can keep track of how much time they have left to complete their task.

This is similar to a scavenger hunt where students will be moving around the room, looking for clues to unlock their envelopes (I have included riddles and suggestions on where to hide each clue). To unlock their envelopes, students will need to solve math problems. A paper is provided so students can show their work for each problem. For many of the questions, students must have an answer that matches one on an envelope. If the answers do not match, they can’t open or “unlock” the envelope, and must rework the problem.

*Everything is included, however teachers must provide their own envelopes.

I give step by step instructions on how to set up the game, including pictures! This is sure to capture the attention of your students.

Topics covered include:
Measurement conversions
Area
Perimeter
Angles
Measuring Angles

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58 reviews for Cracking the Classroom Code™ 4th Grade Measurement and Data Escape Room

  1. Spunky Sprogs

    Thank you!

  2. Erin F.

    My students LOVED this! We did it as a class since it was our first one. It worked really well as a whole group activity and the students still had an opportunity to practice teamwork.

  3. Jenna Gizzi

    Great way to review for state testing!

  4. Sharon Wilson

    This was an awesome exercise

  5. Jasmine S.

    neat lesson !

  6. Audrey A.

    This was a great activity for the kids. They really enjoyed them!

  7. Shannon M.

    My students absolutely love your Escape the Classrooms! They were always so engaged and loved using them as a review for a test. Now that I am switching grade levels, I will have to buy the other ones you have created!

  8. Angela Alexander

    Great product! My students and I both enjoyed! Thanks!!!

  9. Elizabeth Hohenbery

    So great with all the set up explanations. A blast to do!

  10. Heather K.

    My students loved this and I loved how engaged they were and that it reviewed the measurement and data standards

  11. Samantha F.

    My kids LOVE these!

  12. Samantha S.

    Great way to review the lessons learned!!

  13. Kendall O.

    fun activity!

  14. Kristen M.

    Students loved

  15. Lynn C.

    A great resource.

  16. Learning with Miss LaGrow

    I love your escape rooms!

  17. Robin P.

    Love these activities!

  18. Katie H.

    My class loves these activities!

  19. Amy K.

    Looks great! Can’t wait to use this at the end of the year!

  20. B Ragan

    Perfect for our room transformation!

  21. Caroline C.

    Excellent way to review standards previously taught!

  22. susan C.

    My class is so excited to Escape the Room again!! Great Review for end of the year!

  23. Mary T.

    Wonderful!

  24. Buyer

    Great resource! The kids loved it!

  25. melody greene

    thanks

  26. Emily C.

    I can’t wait to use this in my classroom – looks like the kids are going to love it!

  27. Learning with Miss Luby

    My kids do really well with these when I use them as a center rotation and have the groups pick up where previous groups left off. A good “break” from traditional work!

  28. Courtney Briscoe

    This activity was a great way to break up the monotony in the classroom and get the kids reengaged with math! Thanks for such a wonderful product!

  29. Ashley Tarver

    My students loved this!

  30. Lisa W.

    Can’t wait to use this as a review

  31. Casey S.

    My first of many classroom code purchases!

  32. Laurel K.

    My students LOVE these escape games. This is second one I’ve used in my classroom. They are great for review or for skill practice.

  33. Zoe G.

    Great for review!

  34. A Trendy Teacher

    Such a fun review for the end of the unit!

  35. Buyer

    Did the Christmas Division crack the classroom code and my students loved it! Can’t wait to try this one out too!

  36. Lizbeth W.

    Great resource. Kids love it!

  37. STEAM IT UP

    Great fun and learning all rolled into one! Thank you!

  38. Louise G.

    Great

  39. Ginny D.

    Another great crack the code product! I am a fan!

  40. Elizabeth Murphy

    Great!

  41. Janice J.

    Love It

  42. Cheryl K.

    Great review – students loved it and wanted to do the others! Thanks!

  43. April R.

    I did this activity with my class and they absolutely LOVED it!! Thanks so much!!

  44. Chris R.

    Thank you! I’m sure this escape room will be as much fun as your others!

  45. Morgan Chewning

    My kiddos loved this activity! They had so much fun getting to move around the classroom. They loved getting to “hunt” each of the clues. If you have more than one group, I HIGHLY recommend using the color coded option– I didn’t have access to a color printer, so I had to use black and white. My kids kept grabbing all of the folders for each clue instead of one at a time!

  46. Theresa G.

    So much fun!

  47. Sheila W.

    Great resource, I can’t wait to use this with my students this year!

  48. 4th Grade Cupcakes

    My students love these fun and engaging activities…They don’t even realize that they are learning!

  49. Amy Lindell

    An engaging and fun activity!

  50. Courtney D.

    My students loved this! It was put together very well. Great review of skills in a fun way!

  51. Laura Dazzle

    You will want them all. The kids love looking around the room for clues.

  52. Wendy W.

    LOVE your Escape Classrooms 🙂 My kids have had so much fun completing them!

  53. Shelby M.

    I LOVE these!! Thank you!

  54. Valerie L.

    I’m excited to use this!

  55. Rockin’ Teacher Materials-Hilary Lewis

    Love these and so do the kids! Hilary

  56. Bonnie W.

    Thanks, this looks like an awesome packet!

  57. Ashley R.

    Can’t wait for my students to play! Amazing resource!

  58. AQeelah M.

    Right on time and not a moment too late! I’m going to find some dino video to display on my SMART Board to add to the effect! Can’t wait! (You know, I can see you taking this concept/game into Language Arts…Author’s Purpose, synonyms/antonyms, context clues….oh, allusions, ordering adjectives!!!)

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