Escape Room Enthusiasts Club (Ages 9-12)
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Escape Room Enthusiasts Club (Ages 9-12)Escape Room Enthusiasts Club (Ages 9-12) is a community of learners that come together on Outschool to share what they’re learning, ask questions, participate in challenges, and get feedback on their projects
Do you guys think this toolbox will work for my letter puzzle?
You're so talented!
This is a club for everyone (ages 9-12) who likes escape rooms. In this group, we'll discuss our favorite puzzles, riddles, and props. Those who have played escape rooms can share their experiences, and those who haven't can give ideas on what they would like to see in an escape room. If you are interested in creating your own escape room, I will present ideas on props you can make using items found around your home. You can share ideas on puzzles you'd like to use, and receive feedback from...
My family and I have been intrigued by escape rooms for over a decade. We have completed many rooms together and love to solve puzzles and discuss ideas for rooms. Before the pandemic, we were actively pursuing the opportunity to build our own escape room business. We have put that on hold for now, but we enjoy creating escape room games for our family and friends. I love designing puzzles and making sure they flow together logically to create an awesome escape room experience.
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Personal tutor for over 30 years
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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25 completed classes
My two beliefs about learning: 1. I believe that learning should be fun! I love using games and escape room-style puzzles in my lessons to actively involve students. Escape room puzzles are engaging and involve a different kind of thinking, thus...