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Mystery at the Smithsonian - Math Mystery Camp
In this 4 day camp, students will practice math skills while solving a mystery about a stolen artifact.
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Completed by 32 learners
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learners per class
$14 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 1 week
55 minutes per class
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The Mystery at the Smithsonian is a fun way for students to practice a wide variety of math skills and put their understanding to the test. Each day the students will answer questions about a particular skill in order to gain clues about the mystery. The class will begin with a quick warm-up, the students will then have a short mini lesson to focus on the skill for that day, and then time to practice and get feedback from the teacher. At the end of each class, the students will work in...
Students will learn a variety of skills during the course. They will practice using proportions, solving two-step equations, finding probability, and finding surface area and volume for three-dimensional figures.
A google document will be used each class. Students will also be given a print off to help them keep track of clues as they work on answering questions.
3 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Rachel KohlmillerMath Teacher
112 total reviews
74 completed classes
Hello, my name is Rachel Kohlmiller and I love teaching math! I never thought I would be teaching math, but once I made the switch from preschool to 5th/6th grade, I feel in love. I graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor's...