Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up social studies class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units.
In a Whodunnit?, students will work in teams to correctly identify 10 language arts answers. After each answer they will receive a clue. Similar to the popular board game Clue, there will be a fictional "injury" the goal will be to determine the "criminal", the scene of the crime and the method. Scenes will be placed around the room and the students will have at it.
An answer key has been added to the end of each file for your convenience.
The products include:
Whodunnit - Adjectives
Whodunnit - Adjectives & Adverbs - Comparative & Superlative
Whodunnit - Adverbs
Whodunnit - Articles
Whodunnit - Capitalization - People and Dates
Whodunnit - Capitalization - Proper Adjectives and Places
Whodunnit - Capitalization - Sentences
Whodunnit - Collective Nouns
Whodunnit - Commas - Dates Addresses and Letters
Whodunnit - Commas - Items in a Series
Whodunnit - Commas - Setting Off
Whodunnit - Complete Sentences, Fragments & Run-Ons
Whodunnit - Concrete & Abstract Nouns
Whodunnit - Identifying Nouns
Whodunnit - Identifying Verbs
Whodunnit - Irregular Verbs
Whodunnit - Modal and Helping Verbs
Whodunnit - Noun & Verb Phrases
Whodunnit - Past, Present & Future Tense
Whodunnit - Perfect Tense
Whodunnit - Plural & Possessive Nouns
Whodunnit - Prepositional Phrases
Whodunnit - Prepositions
Whodunnit - Progressive Tense
Whodunnit - Sentence Structure
Whodunnit - Sentence Types
Whodunnit - Singular & Plural Nouns
Whodunnit - Subject & Predicate
*Note the content of this bundle may overlap with other bundles
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