# CSI Day Classroom Transformation | Dividing Fractions

### Description

This** CSI Crime Scene Investigation Day Classroom Transformation **is an engaging activity for your students to practice dividing fractions in a fun way. This Math transformation includes four "crime scenes", printable decorations, instructions, and answer keys to allow you to transform your classroom into a crime scene investigation. The CSI theme can be used for Rock Your School or any other day of the year such as Halloween. Students will visit each crime scene to figure out who "stole" the item, why, and where by solving a dividing fractions problem. The Math skills included in this activity are aligned to 6th grade Math Common Core Standards.

**About This Product:**

-PDF printable

-40-page printable PDF includes:

- 7 teacher instructions/set-up pages with detailed directions for prep and set up the transformation (pictures included)
- 2 scratch paper pages
- 4 Crime Scene signs
- Each crime scene has:
- Crime Scene Report cover
- Crime Scene Report
- Question Page (3 problems)

- 4 answer key pages
- Over 10 decor and extras pages

-Dividing Fractions problems involve:

- positive numbers
- finding the quotient of dividing by whole numbers, mixed numbers, and improper fractions
- finding a missing divisor
- finding a missing dividend

-Aligned to 6th grade Common Core Standards

-Each crime scene activity should take between 10-20 minutes depending on the skill level of the student group

-Non-editable

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**What is a classroom transformation?**

A classroom transformation is a way to blend a real-life scenario with academic content in an engaging, rigorous format. One benefit of a classroom transformation (aside from total student buy-in) is that you can go as โbigโ or as โsmallโ as you want with changing your classroomโs setting/theme. Classroom transformations do not have to cost $$ out of your pocket. By structuring the activities and resources in this bundle in your classroom, your students will get to experience meaningful Math.

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