Your students will love to become math detectives with this engaging way to practice and review solving surface area and volume of rectangular and triangular prisms. Students follow clues (surface area and volume problems) to solve a mystery that takes students "travelling" around New York City.
"This activity worked out great in my classroom. It was just what I needed to review finding surface area and volume with my students."
This resource includes:
- Detective Scenario
- Map of locations
- Clues with surface area and volume problems
- Complete teacher's guide
- Answer key
A great addition to your middle school math curriculum. Also available in a digital version, perfect for Google Drive.
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