This Starter Escape Room is a basic introduction or review breakout game that works for any historical era! You get step-by-step instructions for plugging in your content to make an amazing Escape Room for your students. You do not need additional technology, locks, or boxes to complete this game. This resource is editable in Microsoft PowerPoint.
If you’ve always wanted to try designing a room, this is a great place to start! This template will save you hours of work!
This resource is for personal use. If you want to create escape games to sell, please purchase the entire Escape Room Template Kit. You’ll get many more resources, ideas, and templates in this larger kit. You may also be interested in the ELA Starter Escape Room.
1. Introduction to using the resource, including creating an Encrypted Message
2. Brainstorming Sheet
3. Printing Checklist
4. Clue cards, station titles, and task descriptions that are easy-to-edit to meet your needs
5. Editable Answer Sheet with in-depth instructions for making these look awesome in Microsoft PPT
Download the preview for more information!
Your download is a .zip file containing two .ppt files. You’ll need to extract the files before you can edit properly. You can edit this resource using Microsoft PowerPoint or a clone (OpenOffice, etc.). Instructions for personal use and copyright information are included in this resource. Feel free to email me at email@example.com if you have any questions. 🙂
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