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  • End of the Year Whodunit Mystery Math Project

    $4.00

    End-of-the-Year Whodunit is a seasonal math project that requires students to use math and logic to eliminate suspects and solve a crime. They’ll use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and patterns to sort through clues, analyze finger prints, build a puzzle, and determine if witnesses are being truthful or not.

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  • Spring Activities – Whodunit Mystery Math Project – Logic Brain Busters

    $4.00

    Spring Whodunit Mystery Math Project is a seasonal math project that requires students to use math and logic to eliminate suspects and solve a crime. They’ll use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and patterns to sort through clues, analyze finger prints, build a puzzle, decode secret messages, and determine if witnesses are being truthful or not.

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  • Halloween Whodunit Mystery Math Project

    $4.00

    Halloween Whodunit is a seasonal math project that requires students to use math and logic to eliminate suspects and solve a crime. They’ll use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication, coordinate graphing, fractions, and line plots to review surveillance, analyze finger prints, decode secret messages, map out locations, and determine if witnesses are being truthful or not.

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  • End of the Year Plan a Field Day Math Project

    $5.00

    End of the Year Plan a Field Day Math Project is a real-world math project that gives students the freedom to design all aspects of a Field Day. Students will complete the to-do list to plan the activities, run the events, and wrap up at the end of Field Day. Each step is a different activity that students must complete. These activities are independent of each other meaning that they don’t need to be completed in steps or together.

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  • Dancing Llamas Coordinate Mystery Pictures

    $4.00

    This resource contains Four Dancing Llama Mystery Pictures:

    Each picture has three different graphing options to easily provide differentiation in your classroom.
    ·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers and decimals
    ·One picture to be graphed in all four quadrants with positive and negative whole numbers only
    ·One picture to be graphed in this first quadrant with positive whole numbers only

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  • End-of-the-Year Logic Games

    $5.00

    These End-of-the-Year Logic Games are a fun activity to give to your students at the end of the year (or anytime for enrichment). The games ask your students to use their math and critical-thinking skills to solve some problems that might pop up during the last weeks of school.

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  • Christmas Logic Games and Brain Teasers

    $5.00

    These Christmas Logic Games are a fun activity to give to your students during the holiday season (or anytime for enrichment). The games are Christmas-themed and ask your students to use math and critical-thinking skills to solve some problems that might pop up during the holiday.

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  • Dabbing & Flossing Coordinate Graph Mystery Pictures End of the Year

    $4.00

    These Dabbing & Flossing Coordinate Graph Mystery Pictures are a fun way to practice coordinate graphing in your classroom!

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  • Thanksgiving Logic Games

    $5.00

    My Thanksgiving Logic Games resource is a fun activity to give to your students during Thanksgiving (or anytime for enrichment). The games are Thanksgiving-themed and ask your students to solve some problems that might pop up during the holiday.

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