Are you trying to save paper in the classroom or at home? Is your school encouraging more use of technology and less traditional paper worksheets? Over the past year, I've been working on building digital mystery options to start a new line that will help teachers cater for their classrooms if technology resources are needed. These mystery games take me a while to make, so at the moment I don't have too many available. But, this week I'd like to share with you my latest digital mystery creation for the spooky season coming up, The Case of the Halloween Heist! I'll include a free trial so that you can see how it works. It might be a fun option to keep your students engaged and learning in the build up to Halloween.
On some days, my son was finding the plain old alphabet worksheets a bit dull. Motivating him to practice these important skills became tough. So, to help keep his interest and keep him learning, I decided to design a set of alphabet mysteries for him to develop early foundation skills involving:
Keep on reading to learn more about the new A-Z Letter Detectives series and grab a free Letter Mystery Resource Download too!
Since late 2017, I've been creating a new set of mystery teaching resources to target reading comprehension and finding text evidence. I've been meaning to give away a free Reading Mystery of the Once Upon a Crime Series TM, to give teachers, homeschoolers, parents, and tutors a chance to try out one of these resources with their kids. So, finally, here's a chance to grab Once Upon a Crime, Twinkle's Lost Shine FREE for a limited time! Read on for notes, tips, and a word of caution for when using this mystery resource!
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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