# Save Sports! {Math Digital Escape Room}

The school sports teams are in trouble and they need your help! Can you help save them? Solve the clues in this math digital escape room to save them from certain demise!

## Math Digital Escape Room

When it comes to escape rooms, there are plenty that deal with science and history, but what about math?

This math digital escape room was designed for kids in grades 3-5. It’s a “mini-escape room” as there are only three locks and keys, but they should keep you busy for about 15-20 minutes.

They focus on multiplication, addition, subtraction, and include a directional question as well.

Use this virtual escape room as part of a lesson, for testing review, or as a choice activity for early finishers. The possibilities are endless.

## Save Sports! Math Escape Room

Complete the math escape room below!

The answer key is located in the Freebies Library. If you’re not already a member, you can subscribe at the end of this post.

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Vickie Ramsey

Thursday 21st of April 2022

Could not escape need a key lol

Tatiana Carrillo

Friday 23rd of October 2020

Hi! I wanted to give you some feedback on your "Save Sports" math digital escape room. I think the reason for which most people (at least my students and myself and I saw other people also commented) are getting stuck on Lock 2 is the way it is written. "1.5 times then add 0.5 to the result" would be clearer. When it says "+ 0.5 as many points" it seems like you have to add half the amount of points after you have multiplied by 1.5. Thank you for sharing this great resource!

Dominique Carver

Thursday 13th of August 2020

I have completed the information to get the freebies library but nothing is happening. I do not have a password. All I have been asked is my name and email which I've given and submitted several times. How do I gain access to the freebies library?

BONNIE

Saturday 8th of August 2020

Do we START on the Starting space, as in that’s where we put the first letter, or do we start at the adjacent square? Is the labeled square the “entrance”? Do we have to go back to start each time?

BONNIE

Saturday 8th of August 2020

HI, BETTINA. THE DIRECTIONS FOR THE SPORTS FIELD MAP DON’T MAKE SENSE. WE HAVE 3 BOYS (4-8TH GRADES) WHO ARE NEARLY IN TEARS.

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