# Back to School Math Distance Learning + Seasonal & Holiday: CSI Math Mysteries.

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#### Bundle Description

**CSI and Math Story Holiday and Seasonal Bundle - Christmas, Winter, Fall/Autumn, Spring, Thanksgiving, Halloween, End of Year, Easter, Chinese New Year, Saint Patrick's Day, and Back to School. A whole year long math bundle of engaging print and go math CSI activities! **

It comes with advanced versions of the Easter and Christmas products!

Your students will LOVE doing these. Great for upper elementary (primary) school students and lower middle school also.

**Back to School Math Activity: **-Who raided the school staff-room?

**Christmas Math Activity:** Christmas CSI Math - Who Stole Santa's Sleigh?

**Christmas Math Activity: **ADVANCED EDITION.

**Winter Math Activity: **The Abominable Snowman! A Fun CSI Winter Math Activity.

**Christmas Math Activity: **The Magical Christmas Snowflake! C.SI. Math & Science.

**Easter Math Activity: **Who stole the Easter Bunnies Easter Eggs?

**Easter Math Activity: **Advanced Version.

**Halloween Math Activity:** CSI Math - The Skeleton Bride.

**Saint Patrick's Day CSI Math Activity** - Who Stole the Leprechaun’s Gold?

**Chinese New Year Math Activity:** Chinese Math Story - Dragon Adventure.

**Thanksgiving Math Activity:** Who gets to carve the Thanksgiving turkey?

**Fall Math Activity / Autumn Math Story:** The wizard and the tale of Fall!

**Spring Math Activity: **Who Stole the Golden Orb? A Fun C.S.I. Math Spring Activity!

**End of Year Math Activity: Escape Room - Robot Takeover!**

**Summer Math Activity: Who took all the ice cream?**

A detailed description of each product in this bundle is below:

**End of Year Math Activity: Escape Room - Robot Takeover! End of Year Math Fun.**

**This activity now includes a Google Slide version and a Boom Card version!**

The technology and math teachers have deployed robots around the school, and these robots won’t let the students go home for the end-of-year break unless they complete a series of math challenges! Students must solve a series of clues to defeat the robots so they can escape and start their holiday break.

There are a series of five clues for your students to solve, and you can either give each student their own series of clues or have them work in pairs. Some clues can be removed to make the activity shorter.

**Challenge One: **Unlock the chest: Multiplication and long addition.

**Challenge Two: **Defeat the Robot: Word problems.

**Challenge Three**: Find the code word: Decimal addition and subtraction.

**Challenge Four: **Break into the staff-room: Mode, median, mean.

**Challenge Five: **Hack into the computer: Multiplying fractions.

**Christmas Math Activity: Christmas CSI Math - Who Stole Santa's Sleigh? **

Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who committed the crime (a robbery).

UPDATE: This Christmas product now has a video hook - which can be viewed by clicking here!

To view the video hook on YouTube - click here.

Four clues are given to the students and each clue (worksheet) allows them to eliminate 1-3 suspects.

Clue 1/ Hidden multiplication message

Clue 2/ Magic to fly the sleigh

Clue 3/ Fractions - fuel in the suspects snowmobile

Clue 4/ Bribing the guard - adding money (including cents/decimals)

Also included is an extension writing activity for early finishers - What would you do if you had Santa's sleigh for a day?

**Christmas Math Activity: ADVANCED EDITION. Christmas CSI Math - Who Stole Santa's Sleigh?**

In the advanced version, the clues are slightly harder, allowing you to differentiate between your students.

Clue 1/ Hidden multiplication message. (double-digit x single digit).

Clue 2/ Magic to fly the sleigh (Fractions/PreAlgebra).

Clue 3/ Fractions - fuel in the suspects snowmobile

Clue 4/ Bribing the guard - (multiplying decimals)

**Halloween Math Activity: CSI Math - The Skeleton Bride.**

This activity has a short story at the start which sets up your class for an adventure where they have to find out which of the creatures is the skeleton bride’s forgotten fiancé. They have to use their math skills to help break the witch's curse on the skeleton bride.

Four math clues which your students will need to solve in order to uncover who the skeleton bride’s fiancé is. The clues are:

Hidden Message: Students use their basic facts, mainly multiplication, in order

to uncover a hidden message left by the witch.

Basic cardinal directions and long addition: Students map the witch’s flight

path.

Decimal addition – Students figure the weight of the ingredients in magic vials.

Fractions – Students work out how much pizza each creature ate.

After the students have found out which creature is the skeleton bride’s fiancé they can complete the last activity to find out which room is the witch’s spell room. To make this activity shorter you don’t have to include this sheet.

A video hook is also included - view it here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02XQX31pRiM

**Back to School Math Activity: -Who raided the school staff-room?**

Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects (teachers) so they can find out who raided the school staff-room. You can use the teacher suspects supplied - or edit in your own teachers if you dare...

Five clues are given to the students and each clue (worksheet) allows them to eliminate 1-2 suspects.

Clue 1/ Hidden multiplication message

Clue 2/ Graphing mystery picture (2 quadrants)

Clue 3/ Call in the night - a PEMDAS (or BEDMAS) activity.

Clue 4/ Run teacher run - a simple division activity.

Clue 5/ Who has all the pens? - simple algebra.

ALSO INCLUDED IS A PREZI PRESENTATION WITH A VIDEO HOOK.

This Prezi allows you to present what needs to be done easily to your students - and the video will add as a hook to your students to help them engage with the activity.

Pack also includes an extension writing activity for early finishers -

A newspaper interview - which will allow you to get to know your new students better.

**Easter Math Activity: Easter CSI Math - Who Stole the Easter Bunnies Eggs?** - Great for upper elementary and middle school students. This bundle includes both the standard version and the advanced version (with harder clues). The clues can be interchanged between the versions, allowing you to chose the version of the clue which best meets your students' needs.

Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who committed the crime and stole all the Easter eggs!

This activity includes a video hook! - Click here to view it.

Five clues are given to the students and each clue (worksheet) allows them to eliminate 1-2 suspects.

Clue 1/ Hidden multiplication message.

Clue 2/ Wheeling away the eggs - Calculating Volume.

Clue 3/ Chocolate Zapper Gun - Adding basic fractions.

Clue 4/ Eating the eggs - Long Subtraction.

Clue 5/ Travel Time: A time activity.

Pack also includes 3 extension activities for early finishers

- A writing activity - confessions of a thief (why I stole the eggs)

- A math brain problem.

- A design your Easter Egg activity.

Answer sheets provided.

Great math activity to do before Easter!

In the advanced version, the clues are slightly harder, allowing you to differentiate between your students.

Clue 1/ Hidden multiplication message. (double digit x single digit).

Clue 2/ Wheeling away the eggs - Calculating Volume. (Including pyramid and trapezoid).

Clue 3/ Chocolate Zapper Gun - Adding basic fractions, decimals, and percentages.

Clue 4/ Eating the eggs - Division.

Clue 5/ Travel Time: A time activity.

The standard version can be seen here.

The advanced version can be seen here.

**Saint Patrick's Day CSI Math Activity - Who Stole the Leprechaun’s Gold?**

Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who stole the leprechaun’s gold.

Four clues are given to the students and each clue (worksheet) allows them to eliminate 1-3 suspects. A 5th extension sheet is also included.

Clue 1. Hidden Message: Students use their basic facts, mainly multiplication, in order to uncover a hidden message left by the thief.

Clue 2. The Getaway: Students calculate the speed of each suspect’s mode of transport.

Clue 3. Room for Gold? – Students calculate the volume of each suspect’s safe to determine if they would have had room for the gold.

Clue 4. Who Needs the Money? – Students add numbers with decimals to determine how much money each suspect has.

After the students have found out who stole the gold pot they can complete the last activity to find out where the next rainbow will form. To make this activity shorter you don’t have to include this sheet.

Two early finisher activities are also included. One of the extra activities is a short writing activity (what's over the rainbow) and the other is my Saint Patrick's day multiplication maze.

**Chinese New Year Math Activity: Chinese Math Story - Dragon Adventure.**

Students are transported to ancient China and have to use their math skills to complete a math quest. Great activity for Chinese new years.

Five scrolls (pages) are given to the students and each scroll (worksheet page) takes them further along their quest - to find the dragon's lair.

Scroll 1/ Hidden multiplication message (with Chinese numbers)

Scroll 2/ Map with long addition and subtraction

Scroll 3/ Chinese Zodiac (years)

Scroll 4/ Choose the right path (decimal addition/order of operations).

Scroll 5/ Choice the right amount of treasure - basic algebra.

Pack also includes three extension activities for early finishers - a number puzzle, a writing activity and a drawing activity.

**Thanksgiving Math Activity: Who gets to carve the Thanksgiving turkey?**

Students have to use their math skills to calculate which member of the Jones family has earned the most thankfulness points - the person with the most points gets to carve the turkey.

The Jones family loves Thanksgiving. It is a time to get together with friends and family, enjoy a good meal, and be thankful for everyone in their lives.

As part of their family tradition, they play a game in which they give each other thankfulness points for the good tasks they have each been doing. The person who gains the most thankfulness points gets to carve the turkey and dish it out to all the family.

Answer sheets provided

Also included is a writing activity and an early finisher activity.

**Fall Math Activity / Autumn Math Story: The wizard and the tale of Fall!**

Students have to use their math skills and go on an Autumn/Fall Math adventure.

*Your land, which once was in never-ending summer, is now turning cold and dark. You must find the wizard and get him to reverse the spell, before it becomes too late and the land stays cold and dark forever. *

Throughout the adventure your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found the wizard and stopped the fall out of summer from continuing!

Math Puzzle 1/ Basic Facts and Cardinal Directions.

Math Puzzle 2/ Area - The Scarecrows Harvest.

Math Puzzle 3/ Adding and Subtracting Decimals.

Math Puzzle 4/ Ratios: The Skeletons Thanksgiving Feast.

Math Puzzle 5/ Adding Fractions: The Golden Leaf.

**Winter Math Activity: The Abominable Snowman! A Fun CSI Winter Math Activity.**

Someone is transforming into the abominable snowman and creating havoc in the village! Students have to solve a series of math clues to find out who (which suspect) it is.

Three of the clues (worksheets) will allow your students to eliminate one or two suspects until they have found out who the abominable snowman is. Two other optional clues will allow your students to identify which enchanted object is being used in the transformations, and also the location of where this transformation is taking place.

Math Puzzle 1/ Hidden message. (Basic facts and pre-algebra)

Math Puzzle 2/ The abominable snowman's getaway. (Converting time and dividing)

Math Puzzle 3/ Note on the door. (A graphing activity - 4 quadrants).

Math Puzzle 4/ Hidden castle in the forest. (Optional - can be included or taken out)

Math Puzzle 5/ The enchanted object. (Optional - can be included or taken out)

**Spring Math Activity: Who Stole the Golden Orb? A Fun C.S.I. Math Spring Activity!**

*In a far-off world full of talking animals is a magic orb which brings spring to the land – but someone has stolen it! Students have to solve a series of clues to find out who (which suspect) has it.*

Throughout the adventure your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out which suspect has the golden orb!

Math Puzzle 1/ Hidden message. (Multiplication).

Math Puzzle 2/ A gift of life. (Patterns).

Math Puzzle 3/ Flower Power. (Adding and subtracting decimals).

Math Puzzle 4/ Giant insects! (Multiplying Fractions).

Math Puzzle 5/ Who's Got The Time? (Time Activity).

**Summer Math Activity: CSI Math - Who Stole All The Ice Cream? Fun Summer Math!**

*Summer is here and you are having the best time at summer camp! The camp has an ice cream van which provides free ice cream to all the campers! You're getting hot so decide to go down to the van, however, when you arrive you find all the ice cream gone, someone has taken it! *

Throughout this adventure your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out which suspect took all the ice cream!

Four of the clues (worksheets) will allow your students to eliminate one or two suspects until they have found out who took all the ice cream. The fifth clue is optional and will allow your students to figure out the location of where the ice cream was taken to.

Math Puzzle 1/ Hidden message. (Basic facts).

Math Puzzle 2/ Go-cart tracks. (Calculating Volume).

Math Puzzle 3/ Lookout bribe. (Decimals and basic conversions).

Math Puzzle 4/ Note on Tent. (Graphing activity - two quadrants).

Math Puzzle 5/ Camp map. (Optional)

**Pack also includes a range of summer extension activities for early finishers or additional activities:**

Summer Writing Activity.

Summer Acrostic Poem.

Design an Ice Cream.

Summer Number Puzzle.

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