After you have voted, add a comment and tell us why you think it was that person. Use your own knowledge and the ideas from the book. Convince us that they are the guilty party.
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We have been reading a number of mysteries in our classroom to practise the skill of inferring. One of the texts we used is
The Mysteries of Harris Burdick by Chris Van Allsburg. Check out a website about this book by clicking on the link below.
Here is the author’s own website:
After you have voted, add a comment and tell us why you think it was that person. Use your own knowledge and the ideas from the picture. Convince us that they are the guilty party.
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“I heard some of you are stumped by my challenge question, so here are some hints to help you.”
For each phrase think of a two-word rhyme. For example, a “dance for hogs” is a “pig jig.”
A. a crafty two-winged insect ______ fly
B. an extra seat ______ chair
C. a huge vessel large ______