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Who tried to ruin Christmas? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit Christmas mystery. Included is 34 pages of materials-everything you need! -B
Mystery Genre Case File Book Report ProjectFor this project, students only need paper and perhaps colors. A file folder to make the project is optional - students could fold a piece of paper instead. (Teachers could provide the file for students if desired.)For the case file project, students will
Who attempted to kidnap Tom Turkey from Old McDonald's farm? Do this for a week or a day of inferring practice and sleuthing! This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to
I just love mysteries, don’t you? To be honest I just love the mystery unit that Beth Newingham uses in her classroom and has graciously shared with us. It is full of inspiration or at least I thought so. This unit has all things mystery but with a primary focus. The vocabulary is tied to story el
Who stole Cinderella's slipper? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 44 pages of materials-everything you ne
I am always looking for fun ways to do book reports with my students. After finishing a unit on the mystery genre, students created a case file for a mystery novel of their choice. They started with a blank file folder and wrote the title and author of the book on the cover (once project was finis
Who stole the magic bells from Santa's sleigh? Yes, the same bells that the boy in The Polar Express asked for as the first gift of Christmas. What if there was more to the story of The Polar Express? What if not everything went as planned? There is a criminal in the North Pole? Who did it? Who sto
Who ruined the order the Easter Bunny placed with Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery.
Grades:
2nd - 7th
Who tried to kill Captain Hook? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 40 pages of materials-everything you ne
Who stole gold coins from Blarney McDoodles' pot of gold? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 43 pages of
Who sabotaged Dr. Dex's newest experiment Frannie Stein? Do this for a week or a day of inferring practice and sleuthing! This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to sol
Who tried to steal the Queen of Hearts' Scepter? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit Valentine's Day mystery. Included is 44 pages of mate
This is a great daily warm-up that really gets kids thinking and using their inferring skills. They will be excited to work on this each day! Includes: • Letter to students about becoming a detective • A detective badge • 5 Mysteries for students to solve (10 weeks of daily warm ups) • Student not
Grades:
3rd - 7th
Let your students be reading detectives! Using this detective case file, students will develop chapter summaries, keep track of case info, record character info and clues, develop a most wanted suspect list, and evaluate their novel with a final case report. This case file works well for reader's wo
Who framed the Evil Queen? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 40 pages of materials-everything you need!
Who sabotaged Old McDonald' Turkey Extravaganza Do this for a week or a day of inferring practice and sleuthing! This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this w
Grades:
2nd - 8th
Who kidnapped Price Anders and turned him into the Frog Prince? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 44 page
Who stripped the second fairy's powers? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 40 pages of materials-everyth
A perfectly engineered Google Slideshow to help students keep their Mystery information organized! Super fun, engaging, and easy to use! Students will LOVE imagining they are a hired detective to help solve the mystery (the one you pick for them to read). Their goal is to earn their Senior Dete
Who kidnapped Rapunzel's best bud, Pascal? This is a wonderful way to get students inferring, predicting, reading for details, and drawing conclusions. Students will be doing all of this and having fun as they try to solve this whodunit fairy tale mystery. Included is 38 pages of materials-everyt
Let your students have fun being while reading mysteries! This packet includes: Notebook pages to keep track of potential supsects A detective's dictionary: a list of terms that your students will need to be familiar with when they read a mystery A Suspect List for your students to keep track of
This fun math review for either fourth grade test prep or fifth grade skills review is a BLAST!It can be copied as a google slide for your student, printed, and is completely EDITABLE!They get a mission letter solving a serious crime while practicing skills.The questions can be aligned with ANY curr
Grades:
4th - 5th
CCSS:
MP8, MP7, MP6, MP5, MP4
This interactive mystery investigation allows students to explore four different theories about the Lost Colony of Roanoke. The game features audio recordings and interactive clues.
Grades:
4th - 8th
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This is the READ ALOUD version. Good for kindergarten, first grade, and second graders that would have trouble reading the pages on their own. Regular version- https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Halloween-Reading-Activity-Fairy-Tale-Mystery-Case-File-11-The-Franken-Fiasco-2838505 Who
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Grades:
K - 2nd

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