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Stage a mystery in your library complete with a full crime scene!

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Exploring the mystery genre in the classroom is a great way to expose students to new types of literature and who doesn't love solving a real crime?

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from The Curriculum Corner 4-5-6

Genre Focus for Reading: Mystery

Genre Focus: Mystery | Reading Workshop Unit of Study free from The Curriculum Corner | graphic organizers, exit tickets, anchor charts & more

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This is a fun case by case book that kids will know most of the answers to the crimes. The fun one was Humpty Dumpty, of course, but the others were cute too. This would be good for older Elementary School kids visiting - Just share 2-3 cases with them and have them try to solve the crime.

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from e.a. deverell

Solving a Mystery (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This 2-page #writing worksheet helps you brainstorm clues & solve a mystery.

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from Scholastic Teachers

Investigating the Mystery Genre

Investigating the Mystery Genre | Scholastic.com (3rd Grade)

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from Scholastic Teachers

Investigating the Mystery Genre

Investigating the Mystery Genre | Scholastic.com

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Reading Genres Posters

18 Reading Genres Posters for Reading area, bulletin board, or Classroom Library Folktales, Fairy Tales, Mythology, Tall Tales, Fables, Legends, Nonfiction, Historical Fiction, Biography, Autobiography, Fantasy, Realistic Fiction, Science Fiction, Comedy, Horror, Drama, Poetry, Mystery

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Unit extension ideas. Instead of test or diorama, offer them this choice could use for Servsafe?

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studying the mystery genre - week one, whole group; week two, small leveled reading groups.

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