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In this activity students are given a murder mystery scenario and they ask questions to solve the murder mystery. One student, the “know-it-all” has the crime information and solution. The “know-it-all” can only answer their questions with the following answers: Yes. No. I don’t know. Please rephr
In this activity students are given a murder mystery scenario and they ask questions to solve the murder mystery. One student, the “know-it-all” has the crime information and solution. The “know-it-all” can only answer their questions with the following answers: Yes. No. I don’t know. Please rephras
Bring science to life by having the students investigate a crime within their own school! The students will interview the suspects, conduct lab work with clues found at the scene and collected from the suspects, and present their findings to prosecute the right suspect.Includes:•Labs with instructio
I use this scavenger hunt to take a break from STAAR review and give the students a bit of a 'fun' assignment. You can project or read the directions, I typically pass out a copy to each student. They really like it and helps test their knowledge of the periodic table. A Clue style mystery with clue
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Science Murder Mysteries are great fun for both you and the students. For this mystery students will use their knowledge of materials and their properties as well as their states of matter knowledge to investigate who poisoned Andrew Smith. They’ll look at the 5 suspects poisons both using their eye
Looking for a different style of computer science revision lesson? Want a fun, interactive, team-based challenge for the end of term for your KS3 computing classes? This activity is just what you are looking for. Easily adapted to be used for 8th grade (UK KS3) to 12th grade (UK GCSE) classes,
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
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
There has been a murder the old historic hotel in downtown. The concierge has been found dead in the basement elevator. Your detective team has been assigned to the case. Can you solve the murder?Click here to save 20% on our TRIO Murder Mystery BundleUsing their skills critical thinking skills, ded
If you like Game of Thrones, you'll enjoy Murder at The Manor The Earl Henry is dead and without an heir on the eve of the annual tournament and feast. Who could have done such a dastardly deed at the castle? His 4th wife? The traveling minstrel? One of his sisters or a host of other relatives
THE WILL MURDER MYSTERY ACTIVITY When rich old Mrs. Wetherington dies the family and staff are shocked, not at her death (after all she was old and many people wanted her dead) but at her will. The bulk of the estate would go to the person who fingered her murderer. Skeletons in closets, blackmail
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
Help students use empirical formulas and percent composition to solve a crime! Let's face it, percent composition and empirical formulas are not the most exciting concepts to teach in chemistry. They are very math intensive, and very conceptual in nature. However, this lab allows them to apply what
Save 20% when you buy this Murder Mystery Bundle designed for Middle Schoolers. Each murder activity has a different scenario with multiple case files within each. Tons of fun while your junior detectives crack the cases! Murder Mystery #1 - Who Killed Dr. Cosmo?Murder Mystery #2 - Gettys Palace Hot
Oh no! Santa has been found tied up with twinkle lights and bleeding from the head in the living room of the Taylor family. Sadly, Santa died before Ms. Taylor found him. This holiday theme murder mystery requires your junior detectives to examine the evidence, complete the ME report, write up the p
This challenge is based off of the game Clue where players need to identify a murder suspect, location, and weapon. There are 6 options given for each category and every clue that a group deciphers will narrow that list down. As written, groups will need to solve all 8 clues before they are able to
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DISTANCE LEARNING What better way to kick off (or review) your unit on the Introduction to Forensics than with a murder mystery? This digital escape room teaches students the basics of forensic science including definitions and history. Use the escape room as conversation starters before delving
Prospector Pete is found shot in the back at his mining claim with a peck of people possibly involved including his wife Betsy, the Raindance Kid, Hoss Steel, Lily Lang Tree (or is it Land Tree?) and many more. Jump right in as a suspect and a detective and figure out who did it. Mystery party gam
Help your students practice gram-to-gram stoichiometry problems with this fun, creative project! This assignment includes a murder mystery scenario that involves four potential culprits. Students will use stoichiometry to "investigate" the scene of the crime and determine which suspect is guilty. Af
This is one of my favorite lessons to teach! I use this lesson to help my students understand Claim, Evidence, and Reasoning in writing. Student directions are included as is the answer to the mystery because the students always want to know what really happened! Such a fun activity to use at the
Ready, Set, Get Creative... With our Write Your Own Murder Mystery Deluxe Kit - You and Your Students can challenge yourself to write your own mystery. Challenge your students to write their own mystery!!This DELUXE WRITE YOUR OWN Murder Mystery kit includes:Template for victim and suspect profile c
Mr. Gonzales was found dead in the living room of his townhouse J-273 in the gated community of Ritzy Towers and your Junior Crime Detectives are on the case.Click here to save 20% on our TRIO Murder Mystery BundleUsing their skills critical thinking skills, deductive reasoning, and team work, the J
Sandy Beechnut has been found dead in the first aid station at Chix Beach, a harpoon through the heart. Several people have motive and opportunity to kill her. But can you figure out who did it? With suspects like Bill and Hillary Clanton, Sunny Daze and Stormy O'Shinn you and 7-11 other people
This bundle includes macromolecules, tests, practice quizzes, graphing, multiple labs and experiments, stations, and worksheets for topics ranging from oxytocin to lipid identification to Murder Mystery Meal labs. These files can enhance the chemistry or biology you are already teaching, or become t

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