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MindWare - Bella's Mystery Deck
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- MYSTERY DECK: Bella's Mystery Deck is a fun and fascinating deck of logic and mystery problems that are great for engaging young children. They feature challenging questions that require them to think outside the box.
- BENEFICIAL SKILLS: These problems are great for teaching children a multitude of skills, including complex reasoning, critical thinking and problem solving, abstract reasoning, creativity, reading skills and more.
- DECK OF CARDS: This deck includes 52 oversized cards with 50 mysteries, as well as corresponding mirror cards to show the answers.
- AT HOME OR ON-THE-GO: Bella's Mystery Deck is great for at home or on-the-go play. Use it on road trips, waiting at the airport, or just for family game night!
- INCLUDES: (1) Bella's Mystery Deck with (52) cards. For ages 10 and up.
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Top Customer Reviews
We live in the southwest and it's so nice to read about our climate-- every children's story seems to take place in middle America with perfect, snowy winters, big trees, rainy springs, golden leaf falls, etc. These stories have cacti, desert animals and a lot of foods that are popular in our region. The addition of the Spanish words and Mexican culture also add a little more than a typical mystery would. We actually purchased 4 more sets for his classroom- when I took them in, the kids went wild.
A) The information needed to solve is not there so you'd have to already know something/pull from outside sources (advance knowledge that wasn't provided in the story) - not just having to know what a philatelic society is as someone in another review mentioned, but for example, one was about grandpa having marked a line on a cactus to represent his age yet something didn't match up - anyhow, you'd have to know that a cactus grows from the top - that was the answer) (someone in one of the other reviews I read before I purchased these was complaining about that very issue and someone else had responded that it's good to learn new things, to which I thought "hmm, yeah..." - which their response kind of of swayed to me over to *trying* these... Now, after my experience with these cards, I totally realize that, as regards this point, if I really wanted myself or my child to learn new things I would just teach them about different topics, or invest in trivia/fact cards!! - not "mystery-solving cards" which imply the information is already there & probably hinders everyone's self-esteem when they don't get it, lol - It's unjust!, lol.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My daughter brings these to the table for family meals, and we read them and try to solve the mystery as a group. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Wilven
I bought these for my friends' daughter (who is 8). She literally didn't put them down until she had read them all.Published 1 month ago by Rae
Arrived quickly and is just what I wanted to help kids read and look for clues.Published 1 month ago by bikerbarb
Very good mysteries for a second grade girl. We love "Encyclopedia Brown" and these are very similar. She loves the mirror you use to read the answer.Published 6 months ago by liv
My grand-daughters love this. I use it for teaching English to high school and university students in Senegal. Bottom line: it's fun. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kenneth Berkman