Math MysteriesThe Math Mysteries are a collection of classroom games that blend mathematical practice with escape room-style puzzle elements.
To unravel the mystery, players gather and interpret clues. One step of this process requires completing a mathematical practice puzzle to construct an important piece of evidence. These games are built for modularity. Several mathematics topics are available for each Math Mystery, so teachers can choose something that aligns with their curriculum. The escape room elements work the same regardless of the topic chosen! |
Robot Reboot = FREE DOWNLOAD!
In which players must identify the password to a supercomputer! Choose from 3 math topics: integer expressions, slope of a line, or vertex of a parabola |
Gold Dragon = FREE DOWNLOAD!
In which players must steal the most gold from a greedy dragon! Choose from 3 math topics: decimal division, polynomial multiplication, or absolute value equations |
Outlaws of Crooked Gulch
In which players must identify the cheater in a wild west card game gone sour! Choose from 3 math topics: scientific notation, linear function forms, or rational algebraic expressions |
Sharkbite's Sunken Stash
In which players must navigate a maze of seaside tunnels to find a pirate's treasure vault! Choose from 3 math topics: natural number expressions, linear equations, or logarithms |
Phytotoxin
In which players must reverse engineer the plant-based toxin that poisoned the queen! Choose from 3 math topics: fraction operations, simplifying radicals, or complex number operations |
Invaders From Planet X
In which players must decode and respond to a threatening interstellar message! Choose from 3 math topics: percentages, inequalities, or trigonometry on the unit circle |
Curse of Count Vincula
In which players must uncover the identity of a shadowy, undead aristocrat! Choose from 3 math topics: multiplication facts, exponent products, or rational exponents |
Dinopark
In which players must repair the security system at a prehistoric amusement park! This mystery involves a puzzle of logical deductions that's appropriate for a variety of young mathematicians! |