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Christmas Mini Math Mysteries are engaging addition and subtraction math activities that are designed to be done in one class period. There are 2 x 5 Math Mysteries in this pack (10 in Total). At the top of each page is a story to set the scene of the mystery, students then answer 16 questions to narrow down the suspects and options until they have solved these daily math questions.

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5 x Color three digit addition with regrouping math mysteries

5 x Color three digit subtraction with regrouping math mysteries

10 x Black and White versions of the same three-digit mysteries

Answer pages (Marking Key)

Teacher instruction page for a print and go activity

3 x Color in pages for Early Finishers

Mini Math Mysteries Included

  • Class Secret Santa
  • Christmas Chocolates
  • Christmas Carols
  • Christmas Presents
  • Christmas Good Deeds
  • Christmas Turkey
  • Secret Santa
  • Christmas Kindness
  • Christmas Lunch
  • Christmas Elf

These 3-Digit addition and subtraction with Regrouping worksheets provides an opportunity to practice mathematical skills as well as problem solving skills in a more practical context. The high interest topic of Xmas in these mysteries are also highly motivating for this age group and will capture their imagination.

These 3-Digit math mysteries are designed for second, third and fourth grade students. Could also be used with struggling fifth grade students that need a little extra work and reinforcement in take aways (or advanced, gifted and talented second grade). I also leave some of the mysteries for my sub teacher.

Math Mysteries are an independent escape room (or crack the code) type of activity where instead of using locks, students identify suspects with puzzles and word problems. This mystery is perfect for Christmas in December and suits both the Northern and Southern hemispheres Christmas (Summer in the sand and beach or Winter in the snow) Same time of year as Chanukah and Kwanzaa

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