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## King Tut Ancient Egypt CSI World History Investigation | Was King Tut Murdered?

In this highly engaging King Tut and Ancient Egypt CSI investigation, students analyze and investigate the death of ancient Egypt's youngest pharaoh, King Tut. This CSI investigation is included in the Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia Bundle!Students are introduced to the background of King Tutankhamu
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5th - 8th
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## Classroom Murder Mystery Activity - Virtual Option Available

Engage your students in a murder mystery game in the classroom or virtually!I use this lesson before starting my mystery unit and the students love it. They enjoy taking on the roles of the characters, and they enjoy the competition and challenge of trying to find the assailant. *I say assailant bec
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7th - 12th
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Also included in: Classroom Mystery Bundle

## Pythagorean Theorem Activity! Murder Mystery! Includes Digital Version!

This Low-Prep digital & printable activity will have your students solving a variety of Pythagorean theorem problems to find missing legs, the hypotenuse, and the distance between two points to find out which party guest is the murderer.Students are transported to a beautiful estate for a lawn p
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8th - 10th
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CCSS:

## Ratios and Proportions Activity! Murder Mystery! Digital & Printable Activity!

Looking for a low-prep, engaging activity for students to practice setting up and solving proportions from word problems and equations? This printable & digital mystery is the perfect way for to practice working with ratios and proportions! Students become suspects after a carnival worker is mur
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6th - 7th
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## GRADE 5 Math Murder Mystery Activity - Fun Review of all CCSS Topics

Is your class ready to solve a mathematical murder mystery?This is a fun and exciting way to review the topics covered by the Grade 5 Common Core maths standards at the end of the year - or an exciting way to start Grade 6 by reviewing the previous year's work. Your students will be presented with a
Subjects:
4th - 6th
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## Inferences MURDER MYSTERY!!! The Case of Mr. Crane

A "WHODUNIT" OF INFERENCES!! The second in a series!!! An engaging and fun way to infer! Students work as a whole class to read 24 mystery clues to solve a murder. Along the way they make inferences and record them on the Murder Mystery sheet. Each set of clues add new suspicions that keep studen
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3rd - 9th
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## Edgar Allan Poe- A CSI Activity! Was he MURDERED??

Edgar Allan Poe- A CSI Activity!***************************************************BUNDLE WITH THE Edgar Allan Poe SUPER PACK and SAVE BIG!******************************************************************************The mystery of Edgar Allan Poe's death is investigated with this exciting CSI activ
Subjects:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

## MURDER MYSTERY BUNDLE - 10 MURDER MYSTERIES TO SOLVE

This is a bundle of my two products. It contains ten murder mysteries for the students to solve. Students need to solve the mysteries by analyzing clues and testimonies. Fun activities that the whole class can enjoy when learning about detective stories or at any time during the school year. Solutio
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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## Jack the Ripper: Tone & Bias in the Media Coverage of this Infamous Murder Case

Jack the Ripper. One of the most notorious serial killers of all time. And he was never caught. There are over 100 theories about his identity. If you're looking for a high-interest nonfiction topic to get your students interested in analyzing nonfiction, this is it! This activity has two parts
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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## Inferences MURDER MYSTERY!!! The Case of the Lunch Lady

A "WHODUNIT" OF INFERENCES!! The third in a series!!! An engaging and fun way to infer! Students work as a whole class to read 24 mystery clues to solve a murder. Along the way they make inferences and record them on the Murder Mystery sheet. Each set of clues add new suspicions that keep student
Subjects:
3rd - 9th

## Mysteries without Murders 8 Reading Mystery Units PRINT and GOOGLE Close Reading

Huge Printable AND Google Ready Unit - Mysteries without Murders: A collection of 8 mystery workshops with inference activities suitable for grades 3 - 5. Directions are included to successfully run the workshops. Students read the mysteries, and collaborate in groups to solve them. The activities
Subjects:
3rd - 6th

## Lizzie Borden: Infamous Murder Case Nonfiction Unit, Tone, Bias, Persuasion

Lizzie Borden was tried and ultimately acquitted for the MURDER of her PARENTS in the 1890s. The trial was controversial. How could a WOMAN possibly hack her parents to death and why? How could this have happened while she was HOME if she didn't do it? In this nonfiction unit, students will read
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
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## Classroom Murder Mystery Activity II

*Updated! Now includes virtual option an alternate version so one class won't give spoilers to another.Engage your students in a murder mystery game in the classroom! I use this lesson before starting my mystery unit and the students love it. They enjoy taking on the roles of the characters, and the
Subjects:
9th - 12th
Types:
CCSS:

Also included in: Classroom Mystery Bundle

## GRADE 6 Math Murder Mystery Activity - Fun Review of all CCSS Topics

Is your class ready to solve a mathematical murder mystery?This is a fun and exciting way to review the topics covered by the Grade 6 Common Core maths standards at the end of the year - or an exciting way to start Grade 7 by reviewing the previous year's work. Your students will be presented with a
Subjects:
5th - 7th
Types:
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## GRADE 4 Math Murder Mystery Activity - Fun Review of all CCSS Topics

Is your class ready to solve a mathematical murder mystery?This is a fun and exciting way to review the topics covered by the Grade 4 Common Core maths standards at the end of the year - or an exciting way to start Grade 5 by reviewing the previous year's work. Your students will be presented with a
Subjects:
3rd - 5th
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## 25% Off - Murder Mystery for Middle School: Who Killed Dr. Cosmo? M. Mystery #1

The beloved science teacher at JKF Middle School has been found dead in her classroom and YOUR Junior Crime Detectives are on the case.Using their skills critical thinking skills, deductive reasoning, and team work, the Junior Crime Detectives work in partnerships or teams to solve the murder myster
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6th - 9th
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## Murder Mystery - Solve two murder mysteries by Agatha Christie

This download contains two murder mysteries written by Agatha Christie broken down to clues and testimonies so the students can try to solve them. The mysteries included are: 1. Sparkling Cyanide - detailed teacher's instructions, solution to the case - worksheet for students - 26 clues 2. Afte
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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## Murder Mystery - Newton's Laws of Motion f=ma

Whodunnit? This activity is designed for a single 45 minute class period. However, it can be extended to two class periods (or more) if you want your students to present their findings. The mystery hinges on your students' ability to use the f=ma formula and critical thinking in order to solve the
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8th - 12th
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## The Wedding Reception - A Murder Mystery Inference Activity

This activity is designed to engage high school students in the process of gathering information from a story, identifying patterns within that information, and making an inference about how one character in the story met her untimely demise. Students are given fourteen character parts to act out
Subjects:
9th - 12th
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## Murder Mystery Inference Activity

Work on making inferences through this fun murder mystery activity*! Students will play the role of detective and make assumptions based on clues surrounding a murder in a suburban neighborhood. At the end, they will be required to guess who the murderer was, how they committed the crime, and what
Subjects:
9th - 12th

## Murder Mystery - Video Based Interactive Detective Story Resource

An interactive multi-media murder mystery for groups of students that is both engaging and designed to be adapted to any grade. Following the classic manor house mystery genre, the materials here can be used with students of any level for a variety of different skills, including the basics of listen
Subjects:
6th - 9th
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## MURDER MYSTERY I. - 5 MURDER MYSTERIES TO SOLVE

Five murder mysteries for the students to solve. Students need to solve the mysteries by analyzing clues and testimonies. Fun activities that the whole class can enjoy when learning about detective stories or at any time during the school year. Solution and the instruction to each case included.
Subjects:
6th - 12th, Higher Education
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## First Day of School Activity: Murder Mystery Ice-Breaker!

Tired of using boring ice-breakers? Shake up the same old, same old first day of school routine with this fun, interactive, ice-breaker game! And what's more engaging than an intriguing murder mystery? A classroom-friendly spin on murder mystery dinner events, this resource allows students to get to
9th - 12th
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## Who Killed Mrs. Bass? ELA Murder Mystery for Middle School

It is Homecoming! All week the seniors at Waynesville High School have been hard at work on their float, and their English teacher, Mrs. Bass, has been helping them. They finish the float on Thursday evening around 7:30 and head out to the Homecoming bonfire in preparation for Friday’s parade and fo
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