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Escape Room: The Dungeon of Addiction Health Curriculum

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This Health class dungeon escape room is a multiple-choice 10-question “Risk Factors for Addiction” survey. All facts on the survey are cited at the end of the Google Form!


This digital download product, is editable in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint for print and online on Google Drive.


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There is a dungeon, a castle, skeletons, locked doors; but there is also so much more! Addiction is the interaction between a drug and a person

Some teens who use drugs will become addicted, and some won’t.

There are risk factors in a teen’s life and childhood - in their family genetics, their home life, their own drug use, their social life, their self-perception, and their school experiences, etc. that put them MORE AT RISK for drug addiction.





>> Integrated Skills Based, Content Based / Knowledge Based. The best of both worlds.

>> Meets HS/MS National Health Education Standards. 

>> Meets HS/MS Technical Subjects Health Common Core Standards.

>> Meets Washington State’s rigorous Health Education Standards.


  • This escape room is a multiple-choice 10-question “Risk Factors for Addiction” survey.


  • Great visuals! Dungeon, a castle, skeletons, locked doors graphics!


  • All facts on the survey are cited at the end of the Google Form!


  • Protective Factors" list


  • There is a "Reflection" having students think about how many risk factors they have in their own lives, or the lives of friends or family members


  • Have students look up some local help resources for addiction.  Here are some organizations to research:


  1. AA – Alcoholics Anonymous
  2. NA – Narcotics Anonymous
  3. Counseling in your school
  4. Counseling in your town




1. Family genetics

2. Stress or problems in your life

3. Early use of drugs

4. Childhood trauma

5. Drinking before the age of 15

6. Low self-esteem

7. Smoking Cigarettes or using tobacco

8. Poor grades

9. Lacking family support

10. Friends who use


Here are Some "Protective Factors":


•Relieve stress in healthy ways

•Have positive self-talk

•Manage your anger

•Get counseling

•Care about your education

•Don't smoke cigarettes

•Get treatment for depression

•Don't drink alcohol until 21

•Choose friends who don't use



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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 3 reviews
      marisa P.

      It was a good activity but they finished it pretty quickly. I wouldn't leave it as a full period lesson, but I would use it for a part of it.

      Ella Rose N.

      I used it as a last minute activity for a sub day. Thank you!

      Lovin' What I Do

      I used this in my freshman class. This was very engaging for the active group of kids I have.

      Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a great review on a freebie!