BULLETIN BOARD TITLES:    Investigating _______    I Spy ______    Undercover _____    The Case of the Amazing Class    Searching for ______    Taking a Closer Look at _____ (magnifying glass)    Suspected of Great Work    Focused on _______ (magnifying glass)    Caught in the Act    Top Secret!        It’s No Mystery Who’s in Our Class    Mr./Ms. ___’s Super Sleuths

BULLETIN BOARD TITLES: Investigating _______ I Spy ______ Undercover _____ The Case of the Amazing Class Searching for ______ Taking a Closer Look at _____ (magnifying glass) Suspected of Great Work Focused on _______ (magnifying glass) Caught in the Act Top Secret! It’s No Mystery Who’s in Our Class Mr./Ms. ___’s Super Sleuths

I SPY: Each student wrote a descriptive paragraph about an object. I took a picture of each with the magnifying glass held up close so that it magnified one eye. They were lots of fun.

I SPY: Each student wrote a descriptive paragraph about an object. I took a picture of each with the magnifying glass held up close so that it magnified one eye. They were lots of fun.

CRIME SCENE TRIORAMA: After writing their own mysteries based on a Nursery Rhyme (i.e. Was Humpty Dumpty Pushed? Who really scared Miss Muffett?) we made trioramas based on their writing.

CRIME SCENE TRIORAMA: After writing their own mysteries based on a Nursery Rhyme (i.e. Was Humpty Dumpty Pushed? Who really scared Miss Muffett?) we made trioramas based on their writing.

Fantastic opportunity for student writing! What a cool idea! Get student fingerprint and enlarge on copier. WRITE!

Fantastic opportunity for student writing! What a cool idea! Get student fingerprint and enlarge on copier. WRITE!

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS: Third graders learn to write in cursive. They each wrote the alphabet in cursive and then wrote clues about themselves in cursive on a separate card. The parents tried to match the clues to the "handwriting sample."

HANDWRITING ANALYSIS: Third graders learn to write in cursive. They each wrote the alphabet in cursive and then wrote clues about themselves in cursive on a separate card. The parents tried to match the clues to the "handwriting sample."

JUST THE FACTS: This was another favorite. I took a picture of each friend wearing a detective hat and a trenchcoat with a badge. The printed page read, "Just the Facts About (insert student name)." The children then wrote interesting facts about themselves on the paper. I mounted each onto brown cardstock, rounded the corners and used aluminum foil to make them look like clipboards.

JUST THE FACTS: This was another favorite. I took a picture of each friend wearing a detective hat and a trenchcoat with a badge. The printed page read, "Just the Facts About (insert student name)." The children then wrote interesting facts about themselves on the paper. I mounted each onto brown cardstock, rounded the corners and used aluminum foil to make them look like clipboards.

MYSTERY NUMBER: There are clues written on the front of the page with the question mark. You can lift the page to reveal the mystery number.

MYSTERY NUMBER: There are clues written on the front of the page with the question mark. You can lift the page to reveal the mystery number.

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