Christmas and Winter Math CSI Activity Bundle - 4 Christmas Math Activities.

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    Christmas and Winter Math CSI Activity Bundle - 4 Christmas Math Activities. Who Stole Santa's Sleigh? The Magical Christmas Snowflake! And the Abominable Snowman!

    This Christmas and winter math activity bundle includes four CSI math activities. The digital versions of all the activities are included in this bundle.

    Who stole Santa's Sleigh - Standard and Advanced Version.

    This activity includes both a standard version and 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 (Santa's sleigh was stolen!).

    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)

    Pack also includes an extension writing activity for early finishers - What would you do if you had Santa's sleigh for a day?

    Answer sheets provided

    Great end of year Christmas math activity.

    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).  

    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.

    Throughout the adventure your students will need to solve a series of math problems until they have found out which suspect is the abominable snowman!

    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)

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

    Writing Activity: The Abominable Snowman.

    Acrostic Poems.

    Snowman Multiplication Math Maze.

    Research Activity.

    2x Number Puzzles.

    Christmas Math Activity: Christmas CSI Math & Science - Who Stole the Magical Christmas Snowflake?

    This product comes with an engaging video hook!

    To view the video on TpT click here

    Students have to use their math skills to eliminate suspects so they can find out who stole the magical Christmas snowflake!

    Not many people know this, but at the centre of Christmas Village is a magical Christmas tree and on top of this tree sits a large magical snowflake. This snowflake provides the magic for all of Christmas Village. It does everything from making Santa’s sleigh fly to powering the elves magical tools for toy making.

    Yesterday, however, something terrible happened. The magical snowflake was stolen from the top of the Christmas tree. Now the magic is starting to leave Christmas Village. The elves can’t make toys anymore and soon Santa’s sleigh won’t be able to fly!

    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/ The Nutcracker Soldier (decimal addition and subtraction).

    Clue 3/ DNA reveals (science DNA matching clue).

    Clue 4/ What Snowball saw (calculating speed - basic division).

    Clue 5/ Snowflake size (calculating basic volume).

    There are also two extension activities which are optional but can be used with this mystery if desired.

    Extension Clue 1/ Gnome accomplice (multiplying basic fractions).

    Extension Clue 2/ Where was the snowflake hidden? (pre-algebra).

    Pack also includes other activities for early finishers

    - What would you do if you had Santa's sleigh for a day?

    - Christmas Acrostic poem.

    - Number Puzzle.

    Also include is a certificate template to give to your students once they have solved the mystery of the missing Christmas snowflake!

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