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The Suspects: Measuring to the Nearest Inch, Half Inch, and Quarter Inch
The suspects are lined up. Help detectives match the the footprints with the suspects. Students will measure footprints to the nearest inch, half inch or quarter inch and then match the measurement with the correct suspect in the line up. Includes three sets of suspects. Each set comes with six card
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Mystery  Game - Spaghetti Suspect
In this mystery and logic game, students will use problem solving to determine who is the culprit! Students will read the different alibis of the suspects and determine whodunit based on the clues! Students love working through the clues to determine who was the master-mind! A great addition to
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How to describe a suspect - Flapbook
☆☆☆☆ Help your students describe someone in 8 easy and fun steps This flapbook is a vocabulary reference guide to help your beginners master the physical description of a person. It targets "suspects" as it is a part of a larger lesson plan on investigation, available in my store, here. ☞ Vocabula
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Qui est le suspect?
On a seperate piece of paper or small posterboard, you will need to draw a picture of the "suspect". Read the description given by "le témoin" (witness). Draw according to their descriptions. List them on your picture with arrows! The fun part will be comparing it to your classmates. Do you have the
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And Then There Were None Character and Suspect Tracking Form
This form allows students to keep track of what they learn--and suspect--about each of the "guests" in Agatha Christie's classic mystery. I use a Google Docs of this worksheet and ask my students to complete their forms on line, but this can easily be done as a hard copy handout as well (although
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Geometry Fun: Suspect Line-up
This activity is meant to be a culminating activity after studying triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons. Students will need to apply their knowledge of the characteristics of each shape as they write clues and identify "guilty" shapes from a line-up of possibilities. Students can also appl
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Spooky Suspects Halloween Science Lab
This fun Halloween-themed lab is perfect for a middle school science or high school freshmen class. I do it every year, and it continues to be a big hit with students! Here's the synopsis: Students enter the classroom to find the substitute teacher, Mr. Breakabeaker (their actual teacher dressed up
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The Usual Suspects Film (1995) Study Guide Movie Packet
The following nine-page study guide film packet is used to accompany the Bryan Singer-directed 1995 neo noir mystery film, The Usual Suspects. It can be used in an English, film studies, or media studies classroom. The first page contains a list of cast and crew and a background and introduction on
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Numb3rs™  Season 1 Episode 5 Prime Suspect Follow-Along Worksheet
What a great television series to show to high-school level math students! This references the 5th episode of the 1st season of the series entitled "Prime Suspect." It is about a child kidnapping case. Charlie is a mathematician and professor at the local university and his brother, Don, is an FBI
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Forensic Case #3 - Collaring a Suspect (Article and Questions)
Forensic Case Article #3 - Collaring a Suspect This assignment is perfect for class work and discussion, homework, or extra credit. The assignment is a 2-page article that highlights a real life murder that needed several fields of forensic science to help solve it. There is a 2-page question she
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And Then There Were None Suspect Sheets Student Notes
Suspect sheets for students to record information they learn about the ten main characters (suspects) and all minor characters in the novel, And Then There Were None. Helps with characterization, keeping all of the dynamic characters straight, covers who invited them and how each character was lure
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Usual Suspects Adjectives FRN
Round up the usual suspects and identify them using this information gap activity that includes some more interesting features of the suspects.
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Police vs. Suspect
This partner game practices the use of interrogative and declarative sentences. The police officer interrogates the suspect, while the suspect declares his/her innocence.
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Serial: Episode 9 To Be Suspected
In this episode, Koenig examines new information around the case, and reviews older information in a new light. She also get Adnan's perspective of his experience being arrested, charged and tried. Included in the bundle are: - Episode 9 handout - 6 slide powerpoint with goals, discussion questio
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French writing activity Le Suspect
Students are given a situation and then are asked to write a description of the suspect that they saw (each child should have a different description). Students are then asked to draw the suspect based on what they wrote. This assignment should be used in conjunction with a clothing unit in a Core/I
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Comprehension Test - The Unusual Suspects (Buckley)
If you are familiar with the Accelerated Reader program, you know that they can be useful tools for monitoring student comprehension. When my school didn’t renew our AR subscription, I was at a loss because earning AR points was a big part of my classroom reading incentive program. So I created my
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Case File Classified Suspect List
A perfect addition to your CASE FILE collection! This list contains all the possible suspects. The list identifies qualities of each suspect and offers suggestions to help battle each behavioral foe. Use in conjunction with the Case Files and Super Flex Curriculum.
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The Usual Suspects Film (1995) 15-Question Multiple Choice Quiz
The following quiz is a 15-question multiple choice quiz on the 1995 neo-noir crime drama film "The Usual Suspects" directed by Bryan Singer that can be used in an English, film studies, or media studies class. This assessment is not a trivia quiz about the story or production anecdotes; it is also
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Serial Podcast:  Episode Nine (To Be Suspected) Questions
This is a two page worksheet that examines the information presented in episode nine of the serial podcast. It draws on some information from previous podcasts as "new" informaiton is discussed. Therefore, it requires that students have had listened to the previous podcasts in order to be able to
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Police Suspect Board or Stalker’s Shrine Book Project Report Rubric
Make it SimplEasy! This is one of my all time favorite book projects. And students love the creativity and uniqueness as well. This printable worksheet offers students a different way to deliver information to you from the book of their choice. I've never seen another project like this online or
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Rogue Rodent Mystery L4 - Analyzing Alibis: Monitoring the Movement of Suspects
Engage your budding scientists in K-1 with Community Learning’s newest forensic classroom caper! This download of Lesson 4 in a 10-unit mystery, with each lesson lasting about an hour, really hits home when a beloved classroom pet Alice has gone missing. Now your younger students can join the fun an
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Cookie Jar Mystery L11 - Let's Talk: Questioning Our Suspects
This download of Lesson 11 from 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
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Mystery Suspect List - Reason Character is Suspicious and Alibi
This graphic organizer helps students keep track of evidence as they read through mysteries and discover new suspects. This organizer also incorporates vocabulary words like motive, opportunity, and alibi.
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Mystery Math Game - The Unusual Suspects 5th Grade
*New* The Unusual Suspects is a game that allows students to delve deeper into problem solving. It is great for the competitive students in your class as well as the students that don't have as great of an interest in math, especially problem solving. They can move up the ranks each time they sol
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POSTER - The Usual Suspects: Various Writing Modes
POSTER - The Usual Suspects: Various Writing Modes - Descriptive, Narrative, How To, Compare / Contrast, Persuasive, Expository / Informative
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Ellery Queen Mystery - Nikki Porter, Suspect (mp3)
Nikki Porter, Suspect mp3 A bank robber with a broken nose has been shot and murdered on board a train. The evidence points to Nikki, Ellery Queen’s pert secretary, as the killer. Also of interest: The Tom Keeler Murder Mystery Murder on a Peacock Farm The Santa Clause Murder Mystery Drama Shadow o
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Making an Argument for a Suspect Using Evidence
This is a great addition to any CSI-type labs where you are having the students investigate a "crime scene" and want them to work on the skills of evidence based conclusions. This document includes instructions that outline what makes a a good argument for suspect guilt or innocence, versus a bad a
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Mystery Math Game - The Unusual Suspects 3rd Grade
The Unusual Suspects is a game that allows students to delve deeper into problem solving. It is great for the competitive students in your class as well as the students that don't have as great of an interest in math, especially problem solving. They can move up the ranks each time they solve a prob
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Mystery Math Game - The Unusual Suspects 4th Grade
The Unusual Suspects is a game that allows students to delve deeper into problem solving. It is great for the competitive students in your class as well as the students that don't have as great of an interest in math, especially problem solving. They can move up the ranks each time they solve a prob
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"Using my Voice!" Social Story for suspected Selective Mutism
This social story is great for kids who are reluctant to share verbally in the classroom. The analogy to turning on a car’s motor helps kids realize that things don’t happen without a little sound! This is great for students who may show hallmarks of selective mutism. Of course, consult your schoo
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Review Game: The Suspect
This is a review game that can be played with students in any subject. I chose to use this in chemistry. The students enjoyed it so much that we have done it for review several times this year. Students learn and have fun at the same time.
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Crime and Law (C): CONVICTED! Game cards (supplement to "describing suspects")
Download the English Hub game CONVICTED! to give your students speaking practice using ADJECTIVE CLAUSES to identify famous people convicted of crimes. This game can also be used to practice other skills such as ASKING QUESTIONS.
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SUSPECT ON THE LOOSE! characterization activity for young writers
Students study ways of brainstorming and developing a character for an original story. Following the format of a crime investigator and later of a news reporter, children follow descriptors from an actual police report that will help them portray a character in words.
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Prime Suspects - Finding Prime Numbers up to 100
Use the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find all prime numbers up to 100, includes number grid and step-by-step instructions.
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Suspect Graphic Organizer
A fun little graphic organizer that students fill out while reading a mystery in order to determine "who did it." This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 License.
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The Usual Suspects ID Cards
The Usual Suspects ID Cards is a resource for School Counselors, Admins, teachers, parents and students to help understand and deal with bullying and other bothersome behaviors. This PowerPoint response like an App you might use on a phone or tablet. A version is available on on google play and Ap
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Murder Mystery Activity High School/Middle School- Teachers as Suspects!
This activity is interactive between your colleagues and your students as students try to solve a Murder Mystery Your colleagues are suspects in your murder and your students work in groups to solve the murder, discover the motive, and deduce the method. This activity enhances inductive and deducti
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Crime and Law - Speaking activity - Describing suspects
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Reading Mysteries- Detective Types and Suspect Types
Add to your mystery unit with this character analysis sheet of detective types and suspect types!
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What do I do if I suspect child abuse?
The reality is that most teachers will be confronted with a situation in which a child is abused or neglected. This can be frightening for the teacher and cause a great deal of confusion. This document provides useful tips for dealing with the stress of such occurrences, but is not intended as leg
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End of the Year Activity Mystery Game for the Whole Class
The end of the year is the perfect time to pull out this mystery activity game. Students use the detective skills of listening and the process of elimination to solve the mystery of who took the test. Perfect whole class game, let the fun begin. Pull Out this Mystery Game anytime and have some fun.
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Fact and Opinion Activities Literacy Center
If you're looking for a highly engaging activity that will teach your students how to distinguish between fact and opinion, this is it! With this fun literacy center, kids become observant text detectives. They will read each story along with the witness statements to determine which clues are fac
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Christmas Math Activity: Christmas CSI Math- Who Stole Santa's Sleigh?
Christmas Math Activity: Christmas CSI Math - Who Stole Santa's Sleigh? This product now comes with an engaging video hook! To view the video on TpT click here To view the video on youtube click here Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who committed
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Drawing Conclusions Crime Scene Investigation
YOU asked...& I listened :) This activity is now EDITABLE!! "Who Kidnapped Our Principal??" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Students will LOVE this. Create a crime scene and let students infer what each piece of evidence means about the sus
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CELLS CSI Investigation - Examining Plant and Animal Cells
*TOP SELLING ITEM* In this lesson, students will be given a mystery to solve, based on their knowledge of cells. To solve the mystery, they need to know the major differences between plant and animal cells. Students apply their knowledge to a "real-life" scenario in which they must classify cells as
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CSI: Pre-Algebra Curriculum BUNDLE -- 9 Crime Scene Activities
Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! CSI: Pre-Algebra is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired mathematical puzzles with a little international pizazz. The nine puzzles intend to target specific Pre-Algebra units and add a little flair to the ordinary c
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Crime Scene Activity: Analyzing Primary and Secondary Source Evidence
Crime Scene Activity: Analyzing Primary and Secondary Source Evidence “The Case of the Student Teacher Gone Missing” is an activity that asks students to solve a crime based on their analysis of evidence. First students must classify the twelve pieces of evidence as primary or secondary source evid
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CSI: Elementary Math Curriculum BUNDLE -- 9 Crime Scene Investigations
Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! CSI: Elementary is a collection of nine different algebraically inspired mathematical puzzles with a little international pizazz. The nine puzzles intend to target groups of Common Core Standards and hit popular topics. and add a
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CSI and Math Story BUNDLE: Use Math to solve these Mysteries!
Your students will LOVE doing these. Great for upper elementary school students (primary) and middle school students also.  This bundle pack contains a Math story and 5 CSI challenges. 1. CSI maths adventure -Use maths to eliminate suspects until you have found the bank robber.  2. Mummy mystery a
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3rd Grade Christmas Activity - Christmas Math Mystery : Selfish Elf
This Christmas Math Mystery will engage and motivate your students during math time this season! Students must use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who the Selfish Elf is this Christmas! CLICK HERE TO VIEW BONUS VIDEO HOOK There are 5 clues to crack to solve this Chris
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Easter Math Activity + C.S.I Seasonal Bundle Math & Mysteries. Easter Fun!
CSI and Math Story Seasonal Bundle - Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, Back to School, Easter, Chinese New Year, and Saint Patrick's Day. With advanced versions of the Easter and Christmas products! Your students will LOVE doing these. Great for upper elementary (primary) school students and lo
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Ratios and Rates - unit rates, reducing ratios, equivalent ratios & unit prices
Ratios and Rates, This common core aligned Math Mystery (Grade 6) “Case of The Rogue Runner” will engage your students to practice and review ratios and rates in a fun way. In this math mystery students must solve a variety of ratio and rate math questions to reveal clues which help them discover th
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