WiFi connection and bar code scanner are necessary as you need to be able to QR Code scan and access Google Docs as well as Google for trivia.
Last year, I shared a generic escape room template and how to easily set it up yourself. I included the needed items as well. See original post here.
This year, I wanted to change it up a bit since I have quite a few repeaters so I used the exact same concept but changed the 'Clues'. One clue is shown below. Last time, I had science clues so mixed it up a little to bring in come other subjects. A little cross curricular action here!
I also discovered they needed a 'master' clue sheet to keep record on and created the following Class Clue Sheet. There is also one in the original escape room folder.
As last time, each group gets a clue and I adjust based on the number of groups. I make sure I do small lock clue then large lock clue so they have to wait until all groups finish to open both locks.
I found this super cute detective border at pageborders.org if you want to find something to theme around. The unique font I used was KG Broken Vessels Sketch and you can download from dafont.com for free here!
These clues will remain in place as long as I have this Google account so you may have your kids use them. REMEMBER.... if you copy them it will change all the QR Codes so you will need to recreate everything (I think!)