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Are you ready to be a STEM Detective! Click the GO! button to get started and help us solve the mystery that has befallen us!,Escape With STEM - Be a STEM Detective,GO!,Hello, STEM Detectives! This is your home base, where you will find all your tasks. If you haven't yet, click on Your Mission to learn what you are solving! Otherwise, get to solving the clues!,Home Base,01Wetlands and Ecosystems,03Weather Watch,02Classroom Chemistry,The Final Code,04Electric Circuits,Your Mission,YOUR MISSION,Hi! I'm Brennan!,And I'm Elisha!,There are four puzzles left that we haven't finished yet. We're hoping we can count on you to solve them!,Good luck! We'll be cheering you on the whole way!,We're so glad you're here!,We're STEM Detectives and we are tracking down the culprit who has stolen all the lab equipment from our school!,The culprit managed to get away, but they left some puzzles for us to solve!,We've solved some of them, but we're a little stuck now. Do you think you can help us out?,To go back to the Home Base, please click the HOMEicon on the top left corner of the screen,,Hey! Great to see you here! The culprit left an electronic quiz pad and you will need to answer every question correctly to solve this puzzle. Good luck!,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,start,What is a wetland?,A wetland is an area where the soil is full of water, such as swamps, marshes, and lakes.,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,A wetland is an area that once used to be filled with water, but is now dry.,question 1/5,A wetland is an area that has just had a large amount of rain, making the land wet.,Great Job! Only four more questions to go!,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,next,RIGHT!,Moss, water spiders, polar bears, and shrimp,Mosquitoes, beavers, daisies, and mice,Reeds, otters, newts, and herons,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,What group of organisms are all usually found in wetlands?,question 2/5,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Nice one! This one was a little tricky, wasn't it? Three questions left!,RIGHT!,NEXT,What human actions can be harmful to wetland ecosystems?,QUESTION 3/5,Stabilizing the soil around the shore of the wetland ecosystem,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Changing the natural flow of water in the wetland ecosystem,Picking up litter and trash around the banks of the wetland ecosystem,Excellent! You're right on track! You've got two more questions to solve!,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,RIGHT!,NEXT,Which description of the role of producers, consumers or decomposers is correct?,QUESTION 4/5,Consumers - organisms that can create and consume their own food,Decomposers - organisms that destroy and damage the earth,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Producers - organisms that make their own food,You got it! Hopefully that was pretty easy for you! Last question coming right up!,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,NEXT,RIGHT!,Thick, waxy coverings in order to retain water better,What adaptation is helpful for plants to survive in wetlands?,QUESTION 5/5,Long stems and shallow roots to deal with lower oxygen levels,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,The ability to shed leaves in order to protect the plant from disease,Super! You solved the last question! I wonder what was hidden behind all of these questions!,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,RIGHT!,NEXT,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Sorry, that's not right.Give it another try. Maybe you missed something in the question. We believe in you!,InCORRECT,TRY AGAIN,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Sorry, that's not right.Give it another try. Maybe you missed something in the question. We believe in you!,TRY AGAIN,InCORRECT,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Sorry, that's not right.Give it another try. Maybe you missed something in the question. We believe in you!,TRY AGAIN,InCORRECT,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Sorry, that's not right.Give it another try. Maybe you missed something in the question. We believe in you!,TRY AGAIN,InCORRECT,WETLAND ECOSYSTEMS,Sorry, that's not right.Give it another try. Maybe you missed something in the question. We believe in you!,TRY AGAIN,InCORRECT,Yo! This puzzle's a bit of a doozy, but let's make it simple. You need to use the flashlight, find the correct answer to the question and click on it to solve this puzzle. You got this!,CLASSROOM CHEMISTRY,START,Safety Goggles,Necklaces,Sandals,Wool Gloves,CLICK ONLY ON WHAT YOU SHOULD WEAR IN THE LAB,You can drag the light to search through the darkness. If you lose the light, please click the Home Button to try again.,CLASSROOM CHEMISTRY,You're the best!Only two more questions to go.,NEXT,12,6,7,1,4,CLICK ONLY ON THE pH LEVEL THAT IS BASIC,You can drag the light to search through the darkness. If you lose the light, please click the Home Button to try again.,CLASSROOM CHEMISTRY,You're out of this world!Only one last question and you've solved it!,NEXT,Baking a clay pot in an oven,CLICK ONLY ON THE REVERSIBLE CHANGE,Candle wax being burned,Fruits becoming ripe,Heating ice so it turns into water,Photosynthesis,You can drag the light to search through the darkness. If you lose the light, please click the Home Button to try again.,CLASSROOM CHEMISTRY,Congratulations!You've searched the darkness for all three answers! Now we can find a number to the final code!,NEXT,INCORRECT,Good try.Give it another go. Search carefully!,TRY AGAIN,INCORRECT,Good try.Give it another go. Search carefully!,TRY AGAIN,INCORRECT,Good try.Give it another go. Search carefully!,TRY AGAIN,Weather Watch,Hi! Hope everything's going well! For this puzzle, you're going to have to click on the picture that best fits the question! Jump on in when you're ready!,start,Which of these pictures shows a place in a very humid region?,Right on! Four more left!,WEATHER WATCH,RIGHT!,NEXT,WHICH OF THESE measures wind speed?,Keep it up! Three more to go!,WEATHER WATCH,RIGHT!,NEXT,WHICH OF THESE REPRESENTS a surface with high albedo (HIGH REFLECTIVITY OF RADIATION)?,Great one! Two more to tackle!,WEATHER WATCH,RIGHT!,NEXT,WHICH OF THESE ACTIONS CONTRIBUTE most harmfully TO THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT?,Keep on going! One more question!,WEATHER WATCH,RIGHT!,NEXT,WHICH OF THESE pictures show cirrus clouds?,Hooray! You got them all! Let's see what a number for the final code is!,WEATHER WATCH,RIGHT!,NEXT,iNCORRECT. Take another look.,TRY AGAIN,iNCORRECT. Take another look.,TRY AGAIN,iNCORRECT. Take another look.,TRY AGAIN,iNCORRECT. Take another look.,TRY AGAIN,iNCORRECT. Take another look.,TRY AGAIN,Over here! This puzzle is a bit of a shocker :) hope you caught the pun there! Anyways, for this puzzle you are going to have to finish the circuit with the correct component. Have fun!,Electric Circuits,START,?,1. THE FIRST AND LAST PARTS OF THE SEQUENCE ARE CONNECTED.2. Each lightbulb requires one and only one battery to power it.3. if there is too little or too much power, the circuit will fail.4. There must be ONLY ONE resistor in the circuit.,Lightbulb,Battery,Wire,Resistor,CLICK THE CORRECT COMPONENT FOR THE QUESTION MARK SPOT TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT WHILE FOLLOWING ALL RULES.,You got it! Now on to the next circuit!,ELECTRIC CIRCUITS,RIGHT!,NEXT,?,1. THE FIRST AND LAST PARTS OF THE SEQUENCE ARE CONNECTED.2. Each lightbulb requires one and only one battery to power it.3. if there is too little or too much power, the circuit will fail.4. There must be ONLY ONE resistor in the circuit.,Battery,Wire,Lightbulb,Resistor,CLICK THE CORRECT COMPONENT FOR THE QUESTION MARK SPOT TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT WHILE FOLLOWING ALL RULES.,Excellent work! Only one more circuit to go!,ELECTRIC CIRCUITS,RIGHT!,NEXT,?,1. THE FIRST AND LAST PARTS OF THE SEQUENCE ARE CONNECTED.2. Each lightbulb requires one and only one battery to power it.3. if there is too little or too much power, the circuit will fail.4. There must be ONLY ONE resistor in the circuit.,Battery,Wire,Lightbulb,Resistor,CLICK THE CORRECT COMPONENT FOR THE QUESTION MARK SPOT TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT WHILE FOLLOWING ALL RULES.,Amazing job! You solved the last circuit! Now we'll get to see a number for the final code!,ELECTRIC CIRCUITS,RIGHT!,NEXT,Good try. Think again. Remember to make sure all of the rules are satisfied.,Electric circuits,TRY AGAIN,INCORRECT,Good try. Think again. Remember to make sure all of the rules are satisfied.,Electric circuits,INCORRECT,TRY AGAIN,Good try. Think again. Remember to make sure all of the rules are satisfied.,Electric circuits,INCORRECT,TRY AGAIN,THE FIRST NUMBER OF THE FINAL CODE IS,AWESOME!,BACK TO HOME BASE,7,THE SECOND NUMBER OF THE FINAL CODE IS,SWEET! YOU DID IT!,BACK TO HOME BASE,0,THE THIRD NUMBER IN THE FINAL CODE IS,YOU'RE SUPER!,BACK TO HOME BASE,9,YOU'RE ELECTRIFYING!,THE FOURTH NUMBER IN THE FINAL CODE IS:,BACK TO HOME BASE,2,THE FINAL CODE,_ _ _ _,0,7,1,8,4,5,2,3,9,6,THE FINAL CODE,* _ _ _,2,3,4,5,0,6,8,1,7,9,THE FINAL CODE,* _ _ _,7,1,9,4,2,0,3,8,5,6,THE FINAL CODE,* * _ _,6,0,5,2,3,9,7,4,8,1,THE FINAL CODE,* * _ _,5,8,9,6,0,1,2,3,4,7,* * * _,THE FINAL CODE,3,0,8,1,4,9,6,5,2,7,THE FINAL CODE,* * * _,1,6,2,3,7,8,0,9,5,4,Congratulations!,YOU'VE CRACKED THE FINAL CODE!,You've solved all the puzzles and opened the safe to where the culprit hid all of our lab equipment! Thank you so much!,For all of your help, we deem you as an...,Honorary STEM Detective!,Thank you for playing! You can now close this window.,Oops. That wasn't the right code.,Make sure you remember all the digits from ALL of the other puzzles - you'll need them here for the final puzzle.,INCORRECT,TRY AGAIN