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Help Find Frank by Anne Bollman
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Many of us grew up reading books such as Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, Nate The Great, Harriett The Spy, and many others. In fact, I haven't changed the type of books I love. If you click on Adult books that I've reviewed, my choice always leans toward exciting mysteries that are hard to put down. Below are some fun activities for little wannabe detectives.
- Fatherly.Com has a game that should keep your child thoroughly entertained. It's called Detective. You hide an object, then leave a chain of clues for your child to find and solve until she uncovers the hidden prize.
- GreenKidCrafts.com has a wonderful project. It can open even more learning through the discussion of fingerprints and how individual they are. With this finger kit that you make yourself can come hours of fun.
How To Make Fingerprint Cards
And Just For Fun: The Case of the Broken Vase!
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Perfect Detective Game For Those Learning Letters / Also Promotes Being Observant
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