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Mystery Science supplementary reading?


blendergal
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We're planning to use Mystery Science as a kind of spine this coming year. But my kids like to dig deep and chew on stuff for a while.

 

Has anyone put together (or could anyone point me to) a list of books that could be used to supplement the mysteries? Our library has so many crummy science books, I feel like I always strike out when I just bring home a stack of "force and motion books" or whatever.

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I chose a topic per month.  I paired the mysteries to that and just searched the library for books on that topic.  We also did interactive notebooks, Brain pop, and Happy scientist videos.  We looked up stuff on YouTube almost daily relating to our "subject of the month".

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