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The mystery genre is great for engaging kids while keeping them challenged. Young readers love finding clues and piecing them together like a puzzle. They must use observations, inferences, and deductive reasoning to determine the solution before the last page. Here are some great mystery books for kids to share in the classroom or at home.
Many primary classrooms invite family and community members to visit the classroom as a guest reader during the school year. However, not all of these visitors know exactly what book they should share. Instead of scrambling to find a book at the last minute, you can put together a special collection of read aloud books for guest readers. Here are some book suggestions that are sure to be a hit with the class.
Students need a lot of addition and subtraction practice. This helps them develop the fact fluency they need as they move on to larger math problems. While flash cards have their place in the classroom, they aren’t the only way to practice. Here are some fun ways to practice addition and subtraction. Not only are these activities engaging, but they are low-prep to help save you time.