One of the biggest challenges with teaching is differentiating within a large class, especially when there is a broad scope of abilities and levels! Once upon a time, I was in a teaching role that involved seeing 220 students a week across K-6! I had to teach different math topics to other groups and wouldn't have much time to prep from class to class. Being the teacher kids only saw once a week for a couple of hours meant that I needed a lesson that would quickly engage them to make the most of our learning time. This teaching experience is why I decided to create Math Mysteries. To differentiate and cater to the different classrooms, I usually designed editions of the same mystery in various grade levels. This post will show you how easy it is to differentiate with my math mystery resources in your classroom. I'll also show you where to grab a full FREE differentiated Math Mystery set to see how it works!
I can't believe it has been over a year since I last released a Once Upon a Crime Reading Mystery Resource packet. I'm definitely not done with this series; I LOVE making them! That's why today I'm so excited to say that a NEW case to solve in Tale Town is available! A Knight's Tail will require your students to read plus identify and sort nouns, verbs, and adjectives!
With the many school closures, and the sudden high demand for distance learning solutions, I'm working on turning the printable math and reading mystery worksheets into Google Slides for digital completion and easy sharing with your students. I hope that with these updates, you will be able to assign these mystery tasks via Google Classroom to your students and they can complete on their computers without having to print.
I am adding these updates to existing mystery packets so that if you already own the printable mystery worksheets, you won't have to purchase the digital mystery worksheets again.
Please note that these digital worksheet updates are different to my CSI Digital Math Games full of graphics. These new distance learning updates to existing mystery packets are giving you the same printable worksheets with a digital text box overlay on Google Slides to enable completion without the need to print.
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