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The Composite Mystery is a center activity where the students travel around as groups and analyze various composite shapes. Students will each have their own notebooks to record their group conclusions of the four different shapes each composite shape is made up of. After each group has visited each composite shape, everyone comes back together as a class to discuss their findings. Give the students 3-5 minutes at each shape; this activity may take a full math period.
There is a composite shape on each page with the four shapes separated under each composite shape. The shapes below the composite shape are basically there as an answer key. You must cut out the composite shape so the students do not see the four separate shapes that belong to it. You can determine which composite shape is Mystery #1, Mystery #2, and so on. Just make sure you label the set of four shapes with the mystery number center that you linked with the certain composite shape.