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school escape day

Looking for a Fun and Safe School Event?

Spring and Fall Special - Toonie per student

Register Here

  • Grades: K-12

  • Cost: Toonie/Student (GST included).

  • Technical Requirements: Use Microsoft Teams, Google Meets and Zoom to bring an escape room right into your classroom.

  • Easy to Schedule: Click to Register or contact Elizabeth at If you would like to register directly with Elizabeth please include in your email your contact's name, school name, province, preferred date(s), and number of classes.

  • Registration Dates and Times:  Monday-Friday, 7am-3:30pm.

New Problem-solving
Practical guide

Includes the following strategies:

​Give your students the delight of finding an unexpected solution to an intriguing puzzle and bolster their self-confidence as they have a great time problem-solving with Awesome Escape Rooms 4 Kids.



Zoo (Grades K-2 - easy)

Superheroes (Grades K-3 - easy)

Haunted House (Grades K-8 - easy-medium)

Winter Wonderland (Grades K-8 - easy)

Secret Agent (Grades 1-8 - Two versions: easy and medium)

Escape Space (Grades 2-3 and Sky Science G. 6 - medium)

Sorcerers (Grades 4-8 - tricky- most popular escape room)

Escape Through Time (Grades 4-12 - Two Escape Rooms: Easy-medium 4-7; very hard 8-12)

Cabin in the Woods (Grades 5-7 - medium)

Sky Science (Grades 6)

Forensics (Grades 6-8 - medium - math questions)

Escape the Island (Grades 6-12; medium - hard)

Escape the Science Lab (Grades 6-12; medium-hard; grade 7 math and science)

Ultimate Challenge - Escape the Ancient Tomb (Grades 8-12 - very hard)


Scheduling process

Minimal Time Commitment for Teachers:

  • After confirming the school's bell schedule, the school contact will receive a link that teachers can use to sign up their classes to escape.

  • The school contact will receive a final schedule with zoom links, the lesson plan, Problem-Solving Practical Guide and student handouts.

  • Prior escape day (optional). The lesson plan includes problem solving strategies and activities. The student handout includes a riddle that students can use to practice decoding.

  • On escape day. Each teacher connects their laptop to their requested teleconference platform(Microsoft Teams, Google Meets, Zoom) and their projector and checks the audio level. 

  • Click on the link in the email.

  • At their scheduled time, our remote leader will do an audio check, ask for the number of students in attendance and show the class around the first room.

  • The class has a great time solving puzzles and practicing their problem solving strategies.

Schedule Example

Teachers in a class challenge are listed in the same time slot

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