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We will be creating our own mysteries. The mysteries will include all of the parts of a narrative and the characteristics of a mystery.
In addition to the characteristics of a mystery listed above, we have found some more below.
motive, means, opportunity
(You don’t need to have all of them in your story.)
Mystery Story Book Cover
– author, illustrator
– pictures (exciting, related to story)
– different fonts
– front, back, inside
– # in a series
– hook or subtitle
– publisher (eg. Scholastic)
– recommendation, dedication
– comment “Best seller”
– incentive item
– UPC or bar code
– reading level
– about the author
Try the activity below and post the answers to the questions. When you are finished, click on the link and try the quiz at the bottom of the page.
OR try the Deadly 60’s Activity. Click on the website below.
If you do not celebrate Christmas, enjoy your holidays.
I also wanted to say a big thank you to all of the students and parents who brought in gifts and treats for our class party.
Your generosity was much appreciated. Thanks again.
Enjoy yourself and have a safe and happy vacation!
Looking forward to learning with you in 2018,
PS: Keep your eyes open for new items on our websites and don’t forget to post over the holidays.