Escape the Operating Room now has a 100% digital version that can be used for digital learning and posted directly into Google Classroom! In the 100% digital version, students will receive a YouTube timer and a Google Doc with all of their escape room clues. They will also receive YouTube sound videos to create the escape room vibe. There is also a YouTube video with a message from Mr. Cook embedded into the escape file they will watch before beginning. No prep or setup is required for the teacher--simply copy the link and post into Google Classroom! 


Your students will be scrubbing in and helping escape the operating room and save Mr. Cook's life.  They'll have to apply their knowledge of the human body systems and work as a team in order to escape in time.  With the confidential medical file, they will piece together the clues and answer questions in a Google Form. This escape room includes 3 digital locks, where students will answer a total of 10 questions to open the locks. There is also a non-digital supplement included to make this escape room work without technology! Each correct answer will open the lock as they move through a series of locks.  Will they escape in time? Will Mr. Cook's life be saved? Only time will tell, doctors. 


Body Systems/Terms Included in This Product:

Fibula, Gallbladder, Lungs, Digestive System, Urinary System, Lymphatic System, Skeletal System, Integumentary System, Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, Muscular System, Nervous System


Included in This Product:

1 100% ALL Digital Google Form File (Designed for Digital/Distance Learning)

Instructions and a teacher answer key.

A Non-Digital Format 

A Google Form File (The Digital Escape File designed for in class use)

Print Outs to create your clues and confidential medical file.

A video clue from Mr. Cook to show your room full of doctors.

Additional signs to use in your classroom for the escape room.

A video tutorial showing you all of the materials you have received with this product.

An additional blogpost with photos of how the activity looked in my classroom.

Escape the Operating Room: A Human Body Systems Escape Room