Websites to Use to Teach Mysteries

Information and links to mysteries and lesson plans

MysteryNet’s Kids Mysteries

http://kids.MysteryNet.com/
Use MysteryNet’s Kids Solve-it and Quick-solve mini-mysteries with the Lesson Plans in Reading and Solving Mysteries. Use MysteryNet’s Kids Mysteries Mystery Writing Contest with the Mystery writing lesson plans.

MysteryNet Solve-it online mysteries to solve

http://www.MysteryNet.com/solveit/
Introduces a new mystery each week for teachers and students to solve using critical thinking and problem-solving skills. May contain topics inappropriate for children. No gratuitous sex, violence, or obscene language.

Twist – online suspense stories

http://www.MysteryNet.com/twist/
A new mini-mystery for teachers and students to read, discuss, and enjoy each month. May contain topics inappropriate for children. No gratuitous sex, violence, or obscene language.

Flash – really short mystery about a photo

http://www.MysteryNet.com/flash/
Students become authors! Have them create their own mysteries based on the mysterious photo.

Mystery Time Line from Poe to the Present

http://www.MysteryNet.com/timeline/
From Poe to the Present: Encourage students to appreciate the mystery genre by having a deeper understanding of its history.

Educational Information on Sherlock Holmes and Pictures

http://www.MysteryNet.com/learn/sites/mystery-greats/
Links to educational information on all the mystery greats

 

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