The Run-Down on Riddle Books
Riddle books are simple, interactive and fun books that focus on cognitive skills and problem solving.
Each Riddle Book provides the student with four clues and four manipulative pieces.
The teacher reads the series of clues to her student or small group of students so that they can solve the riddle at the end of the book. After all of the clues are read, the students arrange the pieces on the correct page that matches up with each piece’s description.
Some Riddle Books address concepts.
Others focus on characters that may align with thematic units.
Riddle books are appropriate for preschool students, special education students, early elementary students and any hands-on learner working on these types of cognitive skills.
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