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Sherlock Holmes in your reading corner - Extra activities - Educatall

Sherlock Holmes in your reading corner

Children are great at observing, examining, and investigating. Put them to the test and make books attractive to them with a few simple activities that will make them feel like Sherlock Holmes.

  • Since children are always creating and inventing gadgets of all kinds, why not take pictures of the many gadgets they make in a day or a week. Print the pictures and use them to create a special gadget picture book. Leave the book out for parents to admire.

  • Provide magnifying glasses and encourage children to use them to look at books. They will enjoy searching for tiny details and identifying similarities and differences, just like real detectives.

  • Before reading a story to your group, photocopy certain pictures or items within the book. Display them on a wall and invite children to find them in the book, as you read to them. This will help them stay focused.


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