If you walk by our classroom, you might mistake it for a detective agency. Do not be alarmed! Third graders have been busy collecting different types of clues in their mystery texts. We've been studying the facial expressions and suspicious actions of characters; we've been reading closely to notice any "slips of the tongue." We're leaving no stone unturned as we are reading. We've also been collecting common words in mysteries, and today, we've added evidence bags to our case files. If you notice your child is watching you closely, it's because he or she is on the lookout!
|Collecting evidence for our files|
|Reviewing case files with our small agencies.|