Potential and Kinetic Energy Escape Room

Janica BagosyBlog, Energy, Escape RoomLeave a Comment

Potential and Kinetic Energy Escape Room - Kesler Science

“You and your best friend are competitive when it comes to sports and games. You’ve decided to have another friendly competition, but this time you will see who knows more about potential and kinetic energy. The clues have been assembled and the clock is set. Who will be the ultimate winner?” Immerse your students in a fun, engaging, learning experience … Read More

Periodic Table Escape Room

Janica BagosyBlog, Chemistry, Escape Room

Periodic Table Escape Room - Kesler Science

“You’ve been kidnapped and taken to the lair of the evil scientist, Dr. Wackadoodle. He will only let you leave if you can answer a series of puzzles about the Periodic Table. Your freedom depends on it. The countdown begins now!” Immerse your students in a fun, engaging, learning experience with the Periodic Table Science Escape Room! We have created … Read More

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Escape Room

Janica BagosyBlog, Escape Room, Life Science

Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Escape Room - Kesler Science

“Your best friend’s cells have mutated into the “zombie virus.” The cure is locked away in a nearby location. You must quickly answer these puzzles about prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells to get your hands on the cure. Otherwise, your friend will be doomed to be a brain-eating zombie forever. Don’t waste time – he’s counting on you!” Immerse your students … Read More

Biomes Escape Room

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Biomes Escape Room - Kesler Science

“Your teacher is applying for a summer travel grant for you and your classmates to experience the wonders of Iceland! The application deadline is this afternoon so you only have one class period to prove to the grant selection committee that her students are among the best and brightest in the world when it comes to knowledge about biomes. They’ve … Read More

Lunar Cycle Science Escape Room

Janica BagosyBlog, Escape Room, Space Science

“You and your classmates were visiting the NASA space museum in Florida. Several of your classmates decided to try their luck in the Apollo space simulator. There was a computer malfunction and the simulation door has sealed itself shut. There is a limited amount of time before the tour bus leaves and your classmates cannot get out! You frantically look … Read More