1. Think of a Theme and Topic
All Escape Rooms have a theme or a scenario that students are trying to get out of.
Some popular themes are holiday related such as:
- Halloween (Escape the Haunted House)
- Thanksgiving (Turkey Escape)
- St. Patricks Day (Catch the Leprechaun)
- Valentine's Day (Unlock the Chocolate Factory)
Next, think of the subject and/or topic you will cover.
2. Come up with a Phrase
- "Congratulations" will have a total of 15 slides
- "You did it" will have a total of 8 slides
- "You have escaped" will have a total of 14 slides
- "You made it" will have a total of 9 slides
- Congratulations = 3 15 14 7 18 1 20 21 12 1 20 9 15 14 19
3. Create a List of Skills to Cover
- Parts of Speech, you may list nouns, verbs, adjectives, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, etc.
- Nouns, you may list common nouns and proper nouns, possessive nouns, plural nouns, etc.
- Commas in sentences, you may list appositives, commas in a series, commas with conjunctions, commas in addresses, commas with quotation marks, etc.
- Subjects and Predicates, you may cover complete subjects, complete predicates, simple subjects, and simple predicates
- Commonly Confused Words, you may include words such as there, their, they're, two, too, to, etc.
4. Write Down a List of Questions
- Which card contains only verbs?
- Which card only displays nouns?
- Which card does not include an adjective?