Color Storm Rising 360° Digital Escape Room

Color Storm Rising 360° Digital Escape Room

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Color Storm Rising digital escape room is a full 360° escape room that introduces your students to Color Theory while also learning about artists in a fun and engaging way. Students navigate through the virtual room to learn and solve color schemes and artist clues. The setup: We are at present in a critical situation with the colors of our world. If the color storm is not stopped the whole planet will soon be without color. We are keeping the number of people involved to an absolute minimum and you have been carefully selected. There are risks -- you can't avoid them all -- but we are asking you to take on this mission to save the colors of our world. You will learn about color schemes and artists as you work. Will you accept? If the answer is yes, let's get started, there's no time to waste!

Includes:
  • CLUE #1: History of the Color Wheel, Video & Timeline clue
  • CLUE #2: Primary Colors: Roy Lichtenstein - Info, Primary colors video & Image cipher with riddle clue
  • CLUE #3: Secondary Colors: Marc Chagall - Le Cirque Vert Video, Secondary colors video & Crossword clue
  • CLUE #4: Analogous Colors: Georgia O'Keeffe - Explore 360° studio, Analogous colors video & Sort color schemes + math problem clue
  • CLUE #5: Intensity of Color: Jacob Lawrence - Migration Series video, Intensity of color video & grid clue
  • CLUE #6: Monochromatic Colors: Grant Wood - Young Corn and Monochromatic colors video & Vocabulary sort clue
  • CLUE #7: Complementary Colors: Bisa Butler - Artist video, Complementary colors video & Label the painting clue
  • Digital Notes sheet as a link to Google Slides and TpT Easel Activity
  • Detailed teacher instructions with answer key and walk-through of the escape
Why play a digital escape room?
  • Fun and engaging way to learn about the color wheel, artists and color theory.
  • Reflect on what students have learned using the digital reflection sheet
  • Reinforces logic and reasoning skills
  • Promotes team building, cooperative learning, and deductive reasoning
Digital Escape Room Tip for Teachers:
There are many times where students will need to rely on reading instructions to get them to the next step. They will want you to give them the answers, but all the information is there for them to discover. Breaking students into teams really helps keep kids engaged and allows them to collaborate making this kind of activity even more fun. You will need to open both the PDF and the Easel Activity to access the link to the escape/instructions, and the digital notes sheet in Easel.


Check your school's website filter before beginning the escape room. You will need access to:
  • Google Forms only
  • Genially
  • Thinglink
  • YouTube
  • Wordwall
Copyright Fair Use Rationale:
  • The majority of the content in this resource was created solely by Sabrina Wingren with photos of original artwork being used for informational, and educational purposes.
Artist work featured:
  • Historically significant artworks
  • The images are readily available on the internet
  • The images are a low-resolution copy of the original artwork and are unsuitable for commercial reproduction.

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