This Quadratic Equations Review Escape Room Activity is a fun and challenging way for students to review concepts taught throughout the Quadratic Equations unit in Algebra 1.

There are 8 challenge puzzles included, each revealing a 3-digit, 4-digit, 4-letter, or 5-letter code. Detailed directions on how to prep and assemble challenges are included. A student recording sheet for codes and suggested methods for checking codes is also included. A prize is recommended for students who successfully crack all the codes.

**Topics Included:**

• **Challenge A:** Characteristics of Quadratic Equations: Axis of Symmetry, Vertex, Range, y-Intercept, and Transformations from the Parent Function

• **Challenge B:** Identify the Vertex Form, Standard Form, and Factored Form of a Quadratic Equation Given a Graph

• **Challenge C:** Discriminant and Number of Solutions

• **Challenge D:** Solve Quadratic Equations by Factoring

• **Challenge E:** Solve Quadratic Equations by Square Roots

• **Challenge F:** Solve Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square

• **Challenge G:** Solve Quadratic Equations by the Quadratic Formula

• **Challenge H:** Applications (Area, Consecutive Integers, Projectile Motion)

**How long does this activity take?** The challenge puzzles are independent of each other so challenges can be removed to save time or differentiate. If using all eight challenges, plan to use 2-3 periods or 1-1.5 blocks.

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**Algebra 1 Curriculum (with Activities)
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**Algebra 1 Activities Bundle**

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