In addition to having the time of their lives, escape rooms provide kids with tangible benefits (like this awesome educational value
). Best of all, the kids will be so focused on the fun, they will not notice the learning. •
Escape rooms offer engaging content
for the entire family. You can make an escape room for all ages! • You control the content.
You can ensure that the content is age appropriate, preventing kids from being scared or facing puzzles targeted to older players. • It’s a new experience
. Most kids have yet to experience the joys of escape rooms. It's like a video game without screens! • Budget-friendly.
Commercial escape rooms cost $30-$50 per person. Making an escape room at home saves serious money. You want the kids to escape, not your hard earned cash. •
Escape rooms teach critical thinking.
Escape rooms often present puzzles in a logical but “slanted” format, forcing the players to use out-of-the-box thinking to solve puzzles. •
Escape rooms teach teamwork and communication.
Kids have to work together or they’ll spend an eternity as zombie fodder. They also have to communicate clearly and efficiently to ensure that information needed to solve puzzles reaches the right team member. • Sparks creativity.
Kids leave the screen and engage their brains in new ways as they try to solve puzzles. It encourages creating solutions instead of passively consuming content. •
Escape rooms teach problem-solving skills.
Kids learn to think through problems in a logical format. They also learn from their mistakes. •
Escape rooms teach patience.
Logic puzzles force them to move step-by-step to find the problem. Rushing through the problem will result in mistakes, wrong answers, and require them to rework the problem. • Perfect for kids events.
Escape rooms are easy to make, great fun for the kids, and simple to clean up. What can be better than that?