Using Math Mysteries in the classroom is a fun way to mix things up when consolidating and/or reviewing math skills. However, for some classrooms, it can be a little bit challenging to keep excited students contained from sharing 'classified' information. To prevent clue or mystery solution 'spills' happening, I recommend setting up some Math Mystery expectations for your class. Read on to find out my suggestions for rules and a free poster download to use.
The expectations outlined below are a MUST to keep Math Mystery sessions running smoothly.
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You may wish to add some of your own rules to this list. But, discussing the following expectations are a must when starting out with Math Mysteries:
Download three free posters below to use instead of writing on the board.
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Math Mystery Expectation Posters
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Keep math mystery sessions in your classroom running smoothly by setting expectations with one of the posters found in this download. There are three designs with different graphics to choose from. Print, laminate, go over with your class, and hang up somewhere in your classroom. Mystery Record & Rank Chart  Fun Motivator!
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Increase student motivation while completing mystery activities with this Mystery Record and Rank Chart! You will be able to record and easily keep track of mysteries that students have accomplished, and your students will love earning 'brag tag' titles and items (images only, like a game) as they move up the ranks.
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8/3/2019 02:55:57 am
My teacher told us that mathematics is an easy subject, it just requires bigger understanding and patience from the students. That's why if you really want to learn it, you must exert an extra effort and you will surely get the right answers for your questions! One of the guidelines that is written there is never give up until you get the right answer already. If we follow the right formula and we made a review before taking a test, we will surely answer all the mathematical questions the right way!
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