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Solve a Mystery by Asking Questions

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Mystery Collaborations My class loves to do Mystery Location and Number. It is basically like the good old fashioned 20 questions. We ask yes/no questions, taking turns, and trying to either figure out where you are, or guess the mystery number your class chose. These ideas are great for pumping up our geography skills and/or number sense. Students interact with maps and number charts as they ask their questions. After the mystery is solved, we can ask additional questions to learn about your location, school and culture.

Timeframe

September 2020 - May 2021

Status

Seeking Partners

People interested in collaborating

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Wendy Blankley

Wendy Blankley

Wendy can provide

Facts about our state at the end.

Wendy looking for

Mystery Location

Additional information

Google Meet or Zoom

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Kevin Tomlinson

Kevin Tomlinson

Kevin can provide

I can provide information about our location.

Kevin looking for

Looking for a Mystery State/Location activity, where students use clues to identify the location of the partner class.

Additional information

Zoom

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Patricia Flores

Patricia Flores

Patricia can provide

Facts about our state, answer questions from students in your class.

Patricia looking for

Mystery location or mystery number

Additional information

Zoom

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Becky Bossert

Becky Bossert

Becky can provide

The 20 questions sounds fun...We are currently learning about cultures around the world and this could tie in to the unit.

Becky looking for

Mystery location

Additional information

Zoom or Microsoft Teams