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Maths Murder Mystery 6 - TES Resources
Mar 17, 2013Maths Murder Mystery 6 - Death in the Supermarket. Solve 5 clues to reduce the suspects from 32 to 1. Topics covered include: place value, reflection, rotation, translation and time.4.8/5(55)Brand: TES[PDF]
Murder Mystery 1 - Primary Resources
Murder Mystery 1 The police are called to a health spa. Lying on the floor is the body of a murdered guest. As police search the spa, they find 5 clues written down by witnesses. They have sent the clues to you to decipher. They also provide a list of all those present at the health spa when the murder was committed. There are 32 suspects.
Murder mystery activities for primary
Develop primary pupils' powers of deduction with these gripping murder mystery activities There's nothing more engaging than a well-crafted murder mystery activity to keep pupils motivated right up until the end of a topic or a scheme of work.
KS2 COMPLETE | Crime Maths
Murder Mystery Maths- Primary Resources. Lesson Great murder mystery resources for Years 5 and 6 . Scroll down the page to find the PowerPoints. Murder Mystery - Primary Resources. Lesson The police are called to a health spa. Lying on the floor is the body of a murdered guest. As police search the spa, they find 5 clues written down by witnesses.
Murder Mystery Problem Solving Game - Primary Resources
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Maths Murder Mysteries - Miss B's Resources
Maths Murder Mysteries Maths murder mysteries are a brilliant way to engage students within their learning as well as starting to explore both their reasoning and problem solving skills. Below are a few of the murder mysteries I have made and used with my students of varying abilities and ages.Author: Danielle
The police were now looking for the mastermind behind th.s and the diamonds. The waitress, not entirely trusting the mastermind had left hidden in her room, 6 clues in code. The first five give helpful facts about the murderer and the 6t clue reveals where the diamonds are. There are 32 [PDF]
Murder Mystery 3 — Jail or Jewels? The thief looked down at the large box of glistening jewels sitting on the table and felt the smooth hard surfaces of the gems. It was a mere two weeks since they had been removed from the safe of Sparkly Gems the Jeweller. It was a shame the night watchman had stumbled on the crime and had to be shot.[PDF]
Murder Mystery 4—Death at the Jigsaw - Primary Resources
Murder Mystery 4—Death at the Jigsaw Shop A murder has been committed at the Jigsaw shop. The manager is dead and the week’s takings have disappeared. There are 32 suspects. There are 5 clues. Each clue gives a fact about the murderer and eliminates half of the suspects. The clues are jigsaws. To work out a clue, you must first make the jigsaw.