HELP! A prankster elf has jumbled up Santa’s List—how will he know which gifts to deliver to the boys and girls?! Who made this mess?! It’s a Mixed-Up Mystery…
Use the 3 clues given on each page to figure out who should and shouldn’t be given each gift. Use the check boxes listed under each child’s name to keep track of your clues. Put an “X” in the box beneath the kids if the clues don’t match up, an “O” in the ones that may be a good match. After you have read all 3 clues, answer the questions at the bottom of the page. Use paint daubers (or markers) to color in your “yes/no” answers.
*20 “logic Puzzles”, 1 gift on each page with 3 clues describing which child may or may not want it (pgs. 3-22)
*Gift Tracker visual organizer sheets (pgs.23-27)
*1 writing response page to keep track of gifts (pg28.)
*TOU and Thank You page (pg. 29)
There are so many vocabulary and language goals that can be addressed using these puzzles:
-answering yes/no and wh-questions
-describing and guessing vocabulary
-writing descriptive sentences
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