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## 1st Grade St Patrick's Day Mini Math Mysteries - Printable & Digital Activities

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This 1st Grade St Patrick's Day Math Packet contains TEN fun Mini-Math Mysteries in printable and digital formats! This resource is ideal for 1st Grade or any class working with the math skills and content listed below. It is also distance learning-friendly with a digital option for the worksheets on Google Slides provided.

Mini-Math Mysteries are a fun game-like one-page activity to practice math skills. They are a condensed version of a mystery and follow a simple elimination structure where students will be using their answers to eliminate possibilities. The mystery story is short (a couple of sentences to a paragraph), and unlike my regular mysteries, there are no clue messages or video hooks for these. I've designed these for educators who want something quick and short to assign to students while still keeping it fun!

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**Math Skills Covered in this 1st Grade St Patrick's Day Mystery Packet**☘️

- Read and Write Time (O’Clock and Half-Past only)
- Addition within 20
- Subtraction within 20
- Place Value (Tens and Ones) - e.g. 5 tens and 3 ones = ?
- Comparing numbers up to 100
- Add single-digit numbers to double-digit numbers (no regrouping)
- Missing Addends to make 20
- Read & Interpret a Bar Graph
- Identify 2D Shapes

Multiple Uses:

- Math Center Task
- Consolidation task
- Practice and Review Task
- Early-Finisher Task
- Homework
- Distance Learning friendly

Prep:

- Print the mystery worksheet page, make as many copies as you need for your kids, and the activity is ready to go!

- Click on the Google Slide Link of the Mystery Worksheet you would like your students to complete. Then make a copy for each student and assign it via Google Classroom.

Optional:

Printable awards and brag tags are included to give to your Student Detectives after solving the mystery.

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**Mini-Mystery Titles in this St Patrick's Day Packet**☘️

- The Case of the Lazy Leprechaun
- The Case of the Stolen Pot of Gold
- The Case of the Shamrock Sham
- The Case of the Mischievous Leprechaun
- The Case of the Crazy Charm Criminal
- The Case of the Pot of Goo
- The Case of the Sneaky Shenanigans
- The Case of the Rainbow Rogue
- The Case of the Kidnapped Leprechaun
- The Case of the Destructive Dancer

Each of these titles is a one-page mystery worksheet that will focus on one or two of the math skills listed.

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