I've recently released a short video clip to help introduce your students to Math Mysteries. If it is their first time completing a math mystery, especially via online distance learning, it might be a little daunting. I hope this video helps assist you in your instruction when assigning a math mystery in the classroom or online. You can view and download the video free within this post.
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.
In this post, I will:
Several months ago someone requested a rainy day math mystery, and I had the suggestion sitting in my 'to-make' list for quite a while before I could get around to developing the mystery story, activity and video hook for it. But now, I'm happy to say, it's finally almost ready and on the way! Read on for a sneak peek into the mystery story and video hook.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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