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Mini-Mystery – Who Stole the Cookie? – Interactive PowerPoint

PowerPoint | 11 pages|Grades: 3 - 4

An engaging, process of elimination activity where students read clues to solve the mystery.

Use this fun whole class activity as a quick warm-up when coming in from a break or as a fun way to end a session.

Display the PowerPoint on your interactive whiteboard as students enter the room and they will be hooked! Who stole the cookie?

The presentation is best viewed in ‘Slide Show’ mode as it allows the interactive buttons to function correctly, stepping through each character’s statement.

Clicking ‘Solve’ will let you and your students test your theories and determine if you are correct.

You can find the paper-based version of this mini-mystery here:

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