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Bella's Mystery Deck: Set of 2
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Bella's Mystery Deck
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Benjamin's Mystery Deck 2
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Bella's Mystery Deck 2
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Kids love whodunit mysteries. At MindWare we feature mystery books for kids age 12 and up that will have them reading, pondering and exercising their powers of logical deduction like the best sleuths out there. Club CSI Mystery Books are perfect for those kids who crave a good forensic case to study. Benjamin's and Bella's Mystery Decks present one mystery per story card with illustrations.
Club CSI Mystery Books feature a group of friends whose forensic science class inspires them to form Club CSI to investigate mysterious crimes and capers. Each book give them the chance to pull together the evidence, victims, people of interest and ultimately to solve the mystery. Kids love this interesting and unique series.
Bella's Mystery deck is a set of whodunit mystery cards, each with their own interesting characters, fun illustrations and baffling circumstances. Kids sharpen their powers of deduction and practice reading skills as they solve the mystery. In a fun twist, the answer is printed in reverse type at the bottom of the card and a mirror card is included. Great mysteries for kids age 12 and up.
Benjamin's Mystery Decks are mini mysteries filled with historical and regional facts about Philadelphia, New York, Boston and Washington D.C. Each read-and-solve puzzle card is illustrated with a clue that will help solve the mystery. Solutions are printed in reverse type at the bottom of each card; mirror decoder card included.
Solving mysteries helps kids develop their deductive reasoning and logical sequencing skills which can help them a great deal in math and science classes. Interesting whodunit books and decks draw kids into the story and have them creating their own hypothesis of what happened before they even realize they are doing just that. Of course, time spent reading is always time well spent!