Monet's Inheritance Virtual Escape Room, Claude Monet, Visual Art Virtual Escape for Kids


★ Introduce your students to Claude Monet with this free virtual Escape Room! The entire escape is self-checking, and you play with one link! No Google! ★ Claude Monet's lawyer has contacted you to let you know that he has left a valuable painting to you. However, the painting has been replaced. Your inheritance is carefully hidden somewhere in this Monet gallery and it’s protected by layers of games and puzzles. If you’re clever and quick, you may be able to find the famous painting that he has bequeathed to you! Solve 5 Locks to find your inheritance!

Once in the escape, students will click the red start button. This is the setup for the game and gives the students their first clue to solving the first lock. There are five clues/locks inside plus extras!

Here's what's inside:

Clues in escape include:

★ Anagram Clue: Monet Paintings (Self-checking answers and save notes throughout!)
★ Video & Puzzle: Watch the video and answer questions to open the puzzle. (This is an interactive multiple-choice quiz, students can guess until they get the correct answer.)
★Puzzle: Unwrap the painting with your mouse and identify the subject of the painting.
★ Puzzle: Complete the puzzle to get the answer to the lock.
★ Complete quiz to open puzzle.
★ Match pieces of Monet's painting to decode the lock.
★ Final Clue: Find the hidden painting to get your inheritance!


Create your own Monet painting
Visit Monet's garden

Why teach it?

  • It's a perfect activity to use with students before an Impressionism lesson or unit.
  • It reinforces logic and reasoning skills
  • It promotes classroom team building, cooperative learning, and deductive reasoning

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