Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape
Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape
Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape
Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape
Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape
Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape

Spooky Art Halloween Digital Escape

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★ Engage students in art history and Shakespeare with this Spooky Art Halloween Full 360° Digital Escape Room ★ Teach students about Frida Kahlo, Paul Cezanne, John Everett Millais' Ophelia from Shakespeare, Odilon Redon, Andrew Wyeth and Edvard Munch with this spooky, fun and rigorous escape. Please click the test link below before purchasing this resource.


A full step-by-step teacher guide and lesson plan that walks you through the answers to each clue is included. This escape is 100% digital, you and your students must have access to google drive in order to play this escape room. Take a look at the preview video/preview file to get a closer look! This escape is more intensive and may take students between 1.5 - 2 hours, plus time to complete poem/art. Simply have students save their answers before closing locks page.

Once in the escape, students will click the red start button. This is the set up for the game and gives the students their first clue to solving the first lock. There are six clues/locks inside and a hidden message.

Here's what's inside:
  • Interactive Digital Escape with 6 puzzles & hidden message (all online)
  • Google Forms Lock Page
  • Step-by-step teacher instructions with answer key are provided
  • Lesson Plan
  • Reflection Questions - ELA writing prompt and Art Project Prompt

Why teach it?
  • It's a perfect introduction to famous artists' work.
  • It reinforces logic and reasoning skills
  • It promotes team building, cooperative learning, and deductive reasoning
  • It's great for e-learning, just post the link to your district platform and they're off to solve the mystery from home! Be sure that you and your student have access to the google drive before playing. Guides are included in teacher notes!
  • Can be used over multiple days, simply have students save their answers before closing locks page.

Clues in escape include:
  • Frida Kahlo - Child with Death Mask - Quiz/Alpha Code
  • Includes a 360° view Frida Kahlo Museum
  • Paul Cezanne - Pyramid of Skulls - Cryptogram (artist quote)
  • John Everett Millais - Ophelia - Questions/Number Lock
  • ★ Andrew Wyeth - Woodshed - Vigenère cipher (artist quote)
  • Edvard Munch - The Scream - Quiz/Color Lock
  • Odilon Redon - Smiling Spider - Crossword Puzzle/Alpha Code
Final clue: Hidden in the scene - Stranger Things Wall
  • Art Prompt: Read the poem:
  • Thomas Moore - A Ballad: The Lake of the Dismal Swamp
  • Create a piece of that inspired by the poem.
  • Reflection Questions include finding three additional art pieces by their favorite artist and then
  • Writing a poem based on the piece.

Digital Escape Room Tip for Teachers: Check your school's website filter before beginning the escape room. You will need access to:
  • Google Slides
  • Google Forms
  • Google Drive
  • Thinglink
  • YouTube
  • Wordwall
  • EdPuzzle
  • JigsawPlanet.com

Before purchasing, please check to make sure you and your students will be able to use these sites by clicking on the test website link above. It is your responsibility to make sure the links will work before purchasing. Feedback left for technical issues does not reflect the function of this escape room.

Questions and Answers:
Q: What is a digital escape room?
A: Students complete a student interest survey. Once complete they will get a link to the digital escape located on Thinglink. It is an interactive activity that takes students through five of the keys to success. There is a digital locks form where they will enter the answers to each puzzle and a google slides sheet for them to take notes. The notes sheet can be turned into you via google.

Q: What will my students learn?
A: They will learn about the artists listed above and complete reflections questions, poem, and art prompt.

Q: I can't figure out one of the clues what should I do?
A: There is a full teacher answer key included with the resource. Each answer for every clue has a detailed answer.

Q: What does this require?
A: Thinglink, Google Sites, YouTube, WordWall, EdPuzzle, and Google Drive.

Q: Why is an escape room so effective for distance learning?
A: Because students can work through the escape room on their own from home and share their responses easily with you using the Google Digital Notes Sheet.

Q: Is there a print version of this Escape Room?
A: This resource is truly a digital resource, meant to be used via computer and the internet. That doesn't mean it shouldn't be used in your classroom, however!

Q: Are there instructions?
A: Yes, there are teacher instructions that include the answers to all of the puzzles as well as instructions on how to assign. Students will need to pay attention and read instructions closely to complete the escape room correctly!

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