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Welcome to The Cookie Jar Mystery- An exciting adventure in the world of forensic science!(Please Note: This version of the Cookie Jar Mystery is geared for older students in grades 6-8 due to the pace and complexity of the activities. This set also has the mock trial built into the last module and
This download of a fun, interactive, 12-unit project-oriented forensic science course (each lesson lasting about an hour) is designed to engage and expose students to this truly fascinating area of science! Students in grades 4-5 are immersed in roles of crime scene investigators as they work toget
The PDF is designed to accompany the Instructor's Guide for the Cookie Jar Mystery first module - The Crime Scenario. It's designed to introduce teachers to the format of the activity and minimize overall prep time.
Fun extension activity for Module 5 One of a Kind, terms introduced in lesson are: DNA, Serology, Blood Type, Rh Protein and Gelbox.
Fun extension activity for Module 2 Always Leave a Note. Crossword puzzle includes glossary terms: Chromatography, Request Handwriting Sample, Content, Form
Fun extension activity for Module 3 Without a Trace, includes Class evidence, Comparison microscope, Cotton, Cross Transfer, Contact, Laboratory, Locard’s Exchange Principle, Man-made fibers, Natural fibers, Nylon, Polyester, Primary transfer, Pyrolysis, Satin, Secondary transfer, Silk, Specialized
Students engage in developing skills and strategies to put information together from two sources. Students engage in a mystery where they must use a case file and a crime scene photo to make inferences based on the evidence provided. Inferential questions challenge students to find valid evidence
Have students become detectives for a week of science, social studies, math, and reading spy activities for upper elementary! All activities are rigorous, engaging, and upper elementary focused!You can transform your classroom into a spy themed room or just work on the activities with a mystery them
Help solve the mystery of which Gingerbread Man stole the cookie out of the cookie jar! Your little detectives will have fun solving mysteries while they are using deductive reasoning skills! (This is an important pre-math skill.)*There are FIVE different “cookie thief” mysteries included with th
Students engage in developing skills and strategies to put information together from two sources. Students engage in a mystery where they must use a case file and a crime scene photo to make inferences based on the evidence provided. Inferential questions challenge students to find valid evidence to
What's more fun than a good mystery? Your students will love playing this sight word mystery game. Someone or something stole the cookies from the cookie jar, and your class will use the clues provided to find out who! The material is so fun and engaging, students won't even know they are actuall
Who did it?!? What is included? *Interactive notebook page to introduce patterns & vocabulary *”Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?” patterns worksheet to do together (whole numbers) *2 worksheets to practice finding the rule (whole numbers) *2 worksheets to practice finding the missing t
Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? Students will work through 10 unique and complex pieces of evidence as they investigate the case of the stolen cookies. Along the way students will check each piece using a special reliability scorecard. There are 3 additional handouts that help students wo
Welcome! NOTE: Please watch the preview video to ensure this meets your needs. This is for early learners/early elementary. This is an addition to the social-emotional learning material on my page. Students are prompted to answer 8 SEL questions to find out who took the cookie from the cookie jar ou
This is a great behavior motivator for children! Simply complete the activity (e.g. put all the crayons in the box, harvest all the vegetables, etc.) and then click the mystery envelope to reveal a reward that everyone gets to have or participate in. I typically give 1-3 steps toward the reward per
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PreK - 3rd
Mystery around the room activity focused on adding & subtracting integers. Multiple choice options at each station.
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Grades:
6th - 8th
These Mystery Pictures hundreds charts are a wonderful, fun activity to pair with the children's book "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie"- Use it in a READING CENTER, MATH CENTER or after your READ ALOUD- or great to leave with a sub for those QUICK EASY go to activites.Included in this packet:1. Mouse2.
Who took the cookies from the cookie jar? You have a mystery on your hands! Your classroom cookie snack has disappeared! This unit will lead you around the school, in an interactive and engaging search for suspects, complete with an optional silly string interrogation of the suspected thief! This f
Students work as individuals or teams to solve the mystery of who ate the cookies in the cookie jar. They will also answer when and where the cookies were eaten. Students will solve 3 digit math addition problems and mark off the clues as they go to determine the final answer. There are 10 additi
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2nd - 5th
Students engage in developing skills and strategies to put information together from two sources. Students engage in a mystery where they must use a case file and a crime scene photo to make inferences based on the evidence provided. Inferential questions challenge students to find valid evidence
NEW BOOM CARDS EDITION! Students engage in developing skills and strategies to put information together from two sources. Students engage in a mystery where they must use a case file and a crime scene photo to make inferences based on the evidence provided. Inferential questions challenge student
This packet is from my READ TO LEARN series. A good story entertains, educates, and inspires! That is my goal with these books! And giving the students copies of the books to color, highlight words, etc. and take home to share with their families is an important step in the learning process. "Who T
Sweet Valentine Cookies Math and ELA Centers include fun and engaging center activities to help reinforce math and language skills! Ten Centers in all! Addition Bingo Beginning Sounds Cookie Bingo Special Delivery Game Cookie Sheet Beginning Sounds Match Cookie Sheet Ways to Make Numbers Valentine
Thanks so much for your business! Use this ***editable*** Behavior Consequences and Rewards Chart to let kids know where they stand. Just print out these slides, laminate, and post in a prominent place in the classroom. Click to edit and enter your own name in the fields indicated in brackets. Con

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