A fidget spinner has been stolen at a birthday party! The children will play detective and solve five clues which will allow them to eliminate suspects from a list until only one name is left - the thief! The activity includes worded problems,
A problem solving mystery where children have to work out who the killer is, where the murder was committed and what weapon they used. Mathematical strategies utilised include solving worded problems, division, decoding and using place value.
A football team have just won an important cup and spend the night celebrating. However, the next morning they find that it has been stolen! Children must use a range of mathematical strategies to solve five clues. Each clue will allow them to
A problem solving mystery where children need to solve five clues to work out who stole a haggis on Robert Burns Night. Each clue solved will allow children to eliminate names from a list of suspects until only one is left - the thief! The maths
A Murder Mystery where pupils have to use different mathematical strategies to solve five clues. Each clue will allow them to eliminate names from a list of suspects until only one is left - the killer! Mathematical skills involved include decoding,