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

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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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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.

**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:
Geometry
Coordinate grid
Understanding attributes of shapes
Shapes belonging to subcategories
Classifying two-dimensional figures

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

1. Karen Jobmann

Great and engaging for students

This was a great activity.

3. lauren R.

can’t wait to use this!

4. Alicia T.

Love it!

5. Teaching is Key

So fun and engaging!

6. Natasha L.

Thank you!

7. Robert K.

Thank you.

8. Maria C G.

Great resource ! My kiddos love this !

9. Jessica S.

I haven’t used it yet but can’t wait to! Thank you:)

10. Becky C.

Thank you!!!

11. Lindsey G.

These are a great activity to review a topic and engage the students. I have 90 minutes blocks and these typically take more than a day to get done.

12. BeyerDesigns

Awesome resource, thanks so much!

13. Leea Galey

thanks !!!!

14. Ashley A.

Love all of these Cracking the Code activities. My students love them too.

15. Alisha R.

good

16. Kathy Lindsey

Awesome activities to enhance student learning!

17. Kristin Y.

My kids loved this…they want to do another one!

18. Andrea B.

🙂

19. Elisha P.

I plan on using this for review prior to state testing. I’m excited to see what the kids will learn.

20. Michelle W.

Can’t wait to use this for my post unit review!

21. Janette M.

I can’t wait to use this with my students for review before state testing. Thank you!

22. Sonya Herl

love these escape room games

23. Kaitrin C.

Thank you for a great resource!

24. Lorrie Hamon

good review

25. Amy Summers

Great activity

26. Courtney B.

My kiddos love doing these

27. Jessica K.

My students loved playing this game today!

28. Amy Z.

Thanks!

29. Shunder C.

So super fun! Engaging and educational! Score!

30. Cynthia C.

Love these products. My students can’t wait to solve the next one. Thanks!

31. Ashley L.

Great

32. Monica W.

Thank you for the great math resource 🙂

33. Christy Perez

I am so glad I found this!

34. Karen A C.

Looking forward to trying this with my class. Thanks.

35. Janice J.

Love It

36. The Bailey Bunch 4th

LOVED THIS!!!

37. Gena B.

SO engaging and fun for kiddos! Doing small groups is ideal as big group didn’t allow for as much participation.

38. Aaryn F.

Not teaching math this year but I had to have it 🙂

39. Hailey Wiggs

These will be SO fun this year!!

40. Eva G.

These products are highly recommended!! We love your Cracking the Code games. Thank you for sharing your ideas.

41. Rebecca T.

This was a great way to review the different geometry topics I had covered with my 5th graders. They all loved it!

42. Global Connections

I absolutely love this idea!

43. Wife Teacher Mommy

I can not think of anything more creative than this! Students have so much fun they don’t even realize they are learning. And I love how you include options both with and without QR codes so there are choices. Not to mention the quality is top notch! Thank you for creating such a fun and engaging resource!

44. Laura S.

Thanks!!

45. Kristy P.

Great Resource

46. maureen A.

Loved your previous “Crack the Code”…going to try this one as group work!