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Teach two subjects at once this December! Students complete multiply fractions problems while learning about a secret subject (Charles Dickens). The answers to each math problem give students one more clue (fact) about their subject. After completing their math worksheets, students practice their writing skills with an informational paragraph on their subject.
Sample question from the math component:
"Why did (his) father go to jail?"
2 1/3 X 3/5=
1/ 2/5= for having debts
2 5/7= for assault
The secret subjects have been chosen specifically for 5th grade, and will reinforce content from multiple disciplines in one activity!! This activity is perfect for review, early finishers, whole class, differentiation, enrichment, and sub packets!
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