Good detectives notice and remember details. You need to be able to concentrate on details with your eyes and store what you see in your memory. Practice can help you get better at this. First, see if you can use your eyes to find hidden pictures in the game I Spy: The Library. After you are done with that one, try looking at these two pictures that are ALMOST alike. See if you can Spot the Differences between the two pictures.
Now lets take it a notch tougher. Watch this Harriet the Spy Spy Test Video carefully and then answer the questions that follow. I tried it – it’s tricky!
You can get some real time practice improving your observation skills at the Undercover Readers Summer Workshop: I Spy. Solve a crime using your sharp sleuthing skills! For kids ages 6-13. The program lasts 45 minutes and is free and open to the public. Take your detective tool kit – you might need it! Schedule
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