1. Escape rooms help develop critical thinking skills
If you want kids to learn while having a blast try an escape room! Escape rooms aren’t designed to be “easy” or to be quickly completed. For kids to crack the puzzles and escape, they must think critically and make important decisions to move forward. It is a special way for your children to sharpen their soft skills naturally outside of the classroom environment.
2. It stimulates teamwork and communication
3. It builds individual confidence
From what they are having for breakfast to their sleeping schedule, children are rarely allowed to make their own decisions. So, how exactly can children hone their decision-making skills and be confident in how they traverse the world? This is where escape rooms can come in handy! An escape room is filled with decision-making situations such as deciding who will focus on what puzzle and whether or not you should move on to the next clue. By forcing children to make their own decisions, you are better preparing them for the outside world and making them even more confident adults!
4. Escape rooms make learning fun and engaging
Bringing children to an escape room environment is a fun way to show them that learning can be fun and engaging! It is a known fact that kids retain information better when they participate in a hands-on learning experience rather than by being lectured to. Bringing your children to an escape room gives them a chance to practice math, make observations, use logic, and do some puzzle-solving without being in a rigorous classroom setting – all while being in a fun and interactive environment!