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Mystery Net's Kids Mysteries

Do you have students who like solving mystery stories or doing magic tricks?
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Do you have students who like solving mystery stories or doing magic tricks? “Kids Mysteries” is a perfect website for you to offer them. They will read mini-mysteries and see if they can solve them. Then they can check how their solutions compare with others On this website mystery lovers can solve mysteries, read scary stories, and learn magic tricks. It also offers free lesson plans and units featuring spelling, reading, and writing, as well as critical thinking and problem-solving using mysteries.

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