I've seen a few things about using escape rooms in the classroom as a method of reviewing, and I would love to use it with my 5th graders for science before their big end of year exam. I do inclusion with a large group of resource students, and my co-teacher and I have been struggling to help this group with the vocab heavy science curriculum. They are super into anything hands-on, though, and as a result, we've done tons of projects this year, but I really want to do something different and I think they would be over the moon about doing an escape room. The problem is, I have no idea where to start! What kind of puzzles do I need, and how do I incorporate actual relevant material into the puzzles and clues? For example, if I want them to review matter and energy, how do I make that material transfer into solvable puzzles? Any and all suggestions, experiences, resources, etc. would be greatly appreciated!