A digital escape room, like the ones described below, will give you a short story in reference to the theme. As you click through the prompts they give you, there will come a time where you need to solve a problem or a clue in order to click to the next prompt. Just as in real life, you won’t be able to “escape” until all the clues have been solved.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOM Fall down the rabbit hole with an Alice in Wonderland themed escape room. It’s described as being for all ages, but it may be best to work with your kids on this one if they are below ten years old.
ANIMAL ADVENTURE The animals are loose! Can you help the zookeeper round up the animals that have escaped and return them to their home at the zoo? This digital escape room is great for lower and middle elementary grades.
AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE BRITISH ARE COMINGChoose your side and start your adventure! This history-based digital escape room offers two different versions – the Loyalists or the Patriots – and explores the basis of the American Revolutionary War. It’s ideal for upper elementary and middle school students who are studying US History. ASTEROID COLLISION! There’s an asteroid that is set to hit your space station and you’ve lost the codes to the secret lab where the tool you’ve been working on that destroys asteroids is at! You have 45 minutes to crack the code to your lab before the space station is hit!
BRAIN TEASERS Test your ability to solve brain teasers with this digital escape room that’s perfect for beginners. It’s best for students in grades 4-8 or if parents are completing it with their kids. Difficulty: Easy
CAMOUFLAGE CAPERUse your best detective skills to find the animals hiding using their camouflage colors. Can you find them all before it’s too late? This escape room is perfect for lower and middle elementary grades.
CINDERELLA’S ESCAPECinderella is waiting for your help to escape her evil stepmother so that she can dance her heart away at the ball! Cinderella’s Escape is most appropriate for tweens and up. However, an early elementary age child could absolutely work through this escape room with help from an adult. Hopefully, Cinderella will meet the Prince…
DOG MAN DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOMScholastic superhero, Dog Man, found himself in this Escape Room! Dog Man books by Dav Pilkey are recommended for kids ages 6+. For an Escape Room like this one, younger kids should be joined by an adult to help them with more difficult clues.
DR. SEUSSOh the places you’ll go with this Dr. Seuss inspired escape room! You’ll need to work through five fairly difficult clues. Work as a team or individually. There isn’t an age restriction on this escape room, but it may be better for young kids to be accompanied by a parent or older sibling!
ESCAPE FROM STAR KILLER BASE! (STAR WARS)PEW-PEW-PEW! Stormtroopers are firing their blasters at you! You need to escape from the Star Kill Base, pronto. The Star Wars-themed escape room has multiple roles to choose from and therefore is intended more for a group, but can be played alone. (You’ll just play all the roles!) You can try out this escape room at any age!
ESCAPE THE FAIRY TALE: PART 1Goldilocks escaped the three bears home before they arrived back from their walk, but can you? Get excited about this fairy tale book-themed escape room. This Escape Room is great for ages 10+, but would still work great for younger crowds if an adult helps them with the more difficult clues.
ESCAPE THE LION’S DENYou’re on a field trip and get left behind in the lion’s den… Can you escape before the lions come back from their visit to the vet? Escape the Lion’s Den can be done by 2nd graders and up.
FAMOUS AMERICANSSecond and third graders are being called upon to save some famous Americans in this digital escape room! Choose one of the historical figures and solve the clues to help them escape from certain doom. There are 10 famous Americans to choose from.
HALLOWEEN HAUNT DIGITAL ESCAPE ROOMHurry and solve the clues before the clock strikes midnight! This Halloween-themed digital escape room is perfect for upper elementary and middle school grades.