Last week I posted my first mystery prompt, and last night I had some inspiration to make a second one to share with you this week.
Use the prompt below on it's own as a story starter for some inspiration, or follow the lesson suggestions posted underneath.
There are no right or wrong answers. But, you may wish to keep guidelines in place to keep ideas becoming too dark or serious.
SUGGESTION FOR USE
Remind everyone that there's no right and wrong, otherwise there would be no room for creative thinking in this task.
My husband turned this story into a video hook to use for fun and to introduce the math part of this mystery activity (optional) should you wish to continue this activity.
Solve the case! Who is the Super Bad Superhero?
If you are interested in extending this mystery activity by integrating it with your math lesson, click on the link image below to find the file case on my Teachers Pay Teachers store. This case file is a FREE download with multiple grade levels to choose from.
It is free to register if you don't have a login with TPT.
Not sure what a math mystery is? Do you want to know more about how to use them? Check out the video below.
You may also be interested in reading:
'Five Easy Ways to Use Math Mysteries in the Classroom.'
I plan to make more mystery prompts available to use for free. They can be found HERE.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.