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Easter Mini-Mystery – Who Stole the Easter Egg?

Free | 2 pages|Grades: 2 - 5

A fun, logic-based Easter-themed activity where students read clues to solve the mystery.

This teaching resource can be used as an engaging warm-up activity, a fast-finisher activity, or even a fun indoor recess activity in the weeks leading up to Easter. Students must use logical reasoning to eliminate suspects and determine who stole the Easter egg.

Students read the statements made by the characters and the ‘Cold Hard Facts’. They use logic and reasoning to eliminate obvious characters and problem-solving skills to determine who did it.

An answer key has been included in the download.

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