Welcome to Space Pod Escape!

Real World Equations – 6th Grade

How to play:

Here are objects that are found inside the space pod video. Be safe as you move around inside the 360 VR math video. Go below to start the escape room.

A

If the answer is  “A  find the number on or around this object.

B

If the answer is  “B  find the number on or around this object.

C

If the answer is  “C  find the number on or around this object.

D

If the answer is  “D  find the number on or around this object.

Start!

Question #1

Solve the equation for g:

g + 3 = 7

        A)  4                     B)  8

        C)  6                     D)  10

A)   Dodge Ball

B)   Orange Badge

C)   Cup

D)   Cowboy Hat

 

Question #2

Solve the equation for g:

20g = 200

        A)  400                     B)  20

        C)  10                       D)  40

A)   Green Badge

B)   Red Badge

C)   Cowboy Hat

D)   Cow

Question #3

Solve the equation for h:

3h = 15

        A)  15                        B)  45

        C)  3                          D)  5

A)   Blue Badge

B)   Crate

C)   Ball

D)   Orange Badge

Type the numbers from the objects to get your first clue. Write the clues down as you will need all of them to unlock the master lock.

Clue Box

Question #4

Solve the equation for h:

17 – h = 8

        A)  11                        B)  25

        C)  – 9                       D)  9

A)   Bowler Hat

B)   Green Badge

C)   Crate

D)   Trash Can

Question #5

Solve the equation for t:

18 = t + 13

        A)  31                       B)  18

        C)  5                         D)  13

A)   Trash Can

B)   Cow

C)   Red Badge

D)   Cup

Type in the numbers to get your clue.

Clue Box

Question #6

If Johnny had 23 marbles and Maria gave him m marbles, then how many marbles did she give him if he now has 25?

Create your own equation to solve for m and choose your answer as the number that m equals.

        A)  3                               B)  4

        C)  2                               D)  8

A)   Dodge Ball

B)   Red Badge

C)   Purple Badge

D)   Cup

Question #7

Sarah has 3 times as many baseball cards as Sam. If Sam has s number of baseball cards and Sarah has 33 baseball cards, then how many cards does Sam have.

Create an equation to solve for s, then choose your answer as the number that s equals.

        A)  36                               B)  10

        C)  3                                 D)  11

A)   Ball

B)   Pink Badge

C)   Crate

D)   Bowler Hat

Type in the numbers to get your clue.

Clue Box

Input all the clues to escape the room.

MASTER LOCK

Did you escape?

Share your results with your teacher and parents. Tell them where the key and helmet were found and what the Master Clue was.