are engaging and challenging tasks that not only review key common core standards, but also provide the opportunity for your students to build collaborative and critical thinking skills.
As your students work towards cracking the Case of the Missing Message
, they will:
✎ Solve word problems across a variety of problem types
✎ Build fact fluency by adding and subtracting within 20
✎ Find missing addends
✎ Continue number patterns
✎ Read and write numbers to 120
✎ Determine the value of numbers represented with tens and ones
✎ Recognize and find equivalent number representations . . . and much more!
Schoolhouse Mysteries: Case of the Missing Message includes everything you need to run a successful math-based breakout activity for first and second graders. In additional to the student materials, you will also receive a teacher's guide filled with tips and tricks for setting up and managing the experience in your classroom. Be sure to check out the preview file for a more in-depth look at the challlenges and additional support materials included!
★Please note: There are several different ways you could choose to set up and have your class engage with this challenge. The simple version of the game requires only the addition of envelopes and paperclips. Playing the monitored or independent versions of the game will require envelopes, paperclips, lock boxes, and locks!
• Padlock with key
• Directional lock
• Five-digit lock
• Three-digit lock
• Five-letter word lock
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