mental muscles with some online escape-room-type puzzles!
Check out some of our favorite Breakout EDU puzzles.
Can you look for clues and figure out these toughies?
If you are new to these puzzles, take a close look at everything. Look
for patterns and things that stand out. For example, the first
lock in the
Design Decisions puzzle shows a lot of questions being asked by the
cats. But some of those letters look a little odd. And some of the
cats' questions might not be important...
Still stuck? Find the solutions here.
|Our current highlighted puzzle:|
|Nick's Chemically Reactive Cookout (4rd grade and up: science)|
|I, Nick the Magician, am hosting a cookout for my friends. My wife and I always work hard to make sure it is a fun experience for our friends, but also for ourselves. Please help us out!|
|Earth Treasure Hunt (2nd grade and up)|
|A treasure chest has
just been discovered! Use your knowledge of the Earth and maps to solve
the clues. Can you open it up and see what’s inside before you have to
give it to the museum?
|American Scramble (5th grade and up)|
|Crash! You weren't looking where you were going and bumped into your history teacher. His papers went flying everywhere; now they are all mixed up. Can you help him sort out the people, places and events from the American Revolutionary War?|
Design Decisions (2nd grade and up)
Can you crack this escape-room-like puzzle?
The cats got their favorite ball stuck in the tree! But as everyone knows, cats are GREAT at engineering solutions to problems. Click on each lock to start the puzzles, look for clues and patterns, and help the cats build a tool to retrieve their ball!
|Find more Breakout EDU puzzles here.|
|Need some help? Highlight the text below
for some clues and solutions to the puzzles.
Design Decisions (cats and tree):
|American Scramble (Revolutionary War):
|Earth Treasure Hunt (plate tectonics):
|Cari's Closet (math):|
|Nick's Chemically Reactive Cookout (science):|
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