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Make a Mystery Puzzle

 

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Make a Mystery Puzzle

Grades 5 – 8
Activity Time 30 to 45 minutes (plus additional time to write a mystery story)
Publisher International Reading Association
 

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Jessica

September 30, 2012

Love this! A great way to keep my kiddos on track and they love the interactive mystery cube! Thank you!

 

cheyenne

June 23, 2012

i like this its a good way to have my kid learn faster. i think its a great influence to my daughter i think that if she keeps doing this it will help her more better in school

 

Susan

June 13, 2011

I Don't like it, it takes too much time and effort and my son always needs help with it.

 

 

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