Features

  • Limited Materials Required

    No locks and other expensive materials are required to run the escape room. For a more authentic experience, locks and boxes can be integrated into the activities.

  • Modular Design

    Unlike many escape rooms, the teacher is in total control of which of the 8 puzzles they want to use and in which order to use them. Each puzzle is independent of the others. Great for differentiation.

  • Student-Led Activities

    The escape rooms are designed to be 100% student-led. Sit back and watch students demonstrate mastery of your science curriculum. Students will also develop soft skills such as troubleshooting, logical thinking, and teamwork.

The Challenge


Physical & Chemical Changes Escape Room

Student Background:
Students will need to be able to compare and contrast characteristics of physical and chemical changes before doing this activity. (TEKS: 6.5 C, TEKS 7.6 A, NGSS MS PS1-2)

Required Materials:
- All printed materials (included)
- Manila or regular envelopes
- Small mirror or reflective surface (cell phone camera would work also)
- Brads (paper fastener) for one of the decoder rings

Optional Materials (links provided):
- One Lockout Hasp
- Two, 4-digit locks
- One storage box that includes a place for the lockout hasp
Physical & Chemical Changes Escape Room

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Physical and Chemical Changes Science Escape Room
    • Physical and Chemical Changes Challenge Video
    • Physical and Chemical Changes Editable Templates
    • Chemical and Physical Changes

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