my mystery story freebie...fun filler activity for those kids that always finish early

Freebie: Use this "Fill in the Blanks" writing template to guide your student in writing a mystery story about an object that is missing. Students can rewrite the story and add an illustrate to create a finished writing product.

My Online Reading. The illustrations are a little much, but for a generation raised on Dora the Explorer, they won't seem odd at all.  I liked "Ken the Koala," personally.

Online reading book for kids!Online stories written specifically for children (reading age 6 - 10 years) to help develop reading skills and fluency.

Here is another fun mystery game! Kids love to solve mysteries and this game is very exciting. Read the story aloud to the students. Pass out the clues to each student and let them solve the case together. This is a great tool for critical thinking and team building skills.

Murder Mystery Game - Students Use Critical Thinking and Inferences

Here is another fun mystery game! Kids love to solve mysteries and this game is very exciting. Read the story aloud to the students. Pass out the clues to each student and let them solve the case together. This is a great tool for critical thinking and team building skills.

Sample page from "Mystery Writing: A Fictional Narrative Unit of Study." A fun and engaging 5 week writing unit for 2nd grade (could also be used for 3-4th grades).  Includes detailed lesson plans that guide and support you and your students through the writing process, with anchor charts and planning sheets to help create mystery stories to be proud of!   $

Mystery Writing: A Fictional Narrative Unit of Study

Sample page from "Mystery Writing: A Fictional Narrative Unit of Study." A fun and engaging 5 week writing unit for 2nd grade (could also be used for 3-4th grades). Includes detailed lesson plans that guide and support you and your students through the writing process, with anchor charts and planning sheets to help create mystery stories to be proud of! $

$ Mystery Unit for Third Grade! This is a comprehensive unit that includes key terms, types of mystery plots, mystery characters you might find, how to read a mystery, mystery sidekicks, mystery book sampler with reading summary sheet, explore a mystery series- for reading books across a single series, mystery story map, mystery bookmarks, and a mystery writing project. Includes teacher notes and photos of anchor charts! $…

Mystery Unit- Top Secret

This Top Secret Mystery Unit was designed to introduce students to the mystery genre in a fun, informative, and engaging way! Unit Includes: ♦ Top Secret File Cover ♦ Mystery Key Terms with Teacher Notes ♦ Mysteries- Plots with Teacher

FREE from Scholastic - Mystery at the Third Strike Sports Store  - one of Math Maven's Mysteries - I love these math mysteries for kids!

FREE from Scholastic - Mystery at the Third Strike Sports Store - one of Math Maven's Mysteries - I love these math mysteries for kids!

Enter: Ten Tales for Tweens - Fantastic Short Stories for Middle Grade Readers contains a short story featuring my Haunted characters, along with nine stories from other middle grade authors – mystery, fantasy, and more. Plus, first chapter samples from books by many of the authors. Available for Nook or Kindle.

Enter: Ten Tales for Tweens - Fantastic Short Stories for Middle Grade Readers This is a great free nook book

Early and First Chapter Books for Kids {Mysteries and Detective Stories}

Super Sleuth Books for Early Readers

The Fenway Foul-up (Ballpark Mysteries Series by David A. Kelly, illustrated by Mark Meyers. Find this and others in the series under jSeries: Ballpark Mysteries.

Do your students need help with punctuation?Looking for a fun way to teach full stops?Detective Dan and the punctuation pals can help. This engaging mystery story comprises of 10 chapters/pages that challenge the students to fill in the missing full stops as well as complete the fun bonus activity.

Reading Fluency Story - Full Stops Detective Dan & the Punctuation Pals -No prep

A blog on how to host a murder mystery in your classroom! Your students will love being a part of the story, walking around to collect clues, and competing to see who can find the murderer first!

How to Host a Classroom Murder Mystery

Host a murder mystery in your classroom! Students will love being a part of the story and collecting clues.

Here is another fun mystery game! Kids love to solve mysteries and this game is very exciting. Read the story aloud to the students. Pass out the clues to each student and let them solve the case together. This is a great tool for critical thinking and team building skills.

Historical Fiction Mystery Game - Perfect for Inferences and Critical Thinking

National Science Teachers Association - inquiry based science mysteries

NSTA Science Store :: Everyday Earth and Space Science Mysteries: Stories for Inquiry-Based Science Teaching :: NSTA Press Book

Kindergarten Substitute Plans This 'Bag of Tricks' is perfect for KINDERGARTEN teachers who need last minute activities for a sub

Kindergarten Sub Plans, A Bag of Tricks for When You Are Sick

Kindergarten Substitute Plans This 'Bag of Tricks' is perfect for KINDERGARTEN teachers who need last minute activities for a sub

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