Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Josie and the Case of the Missing Crystal

When I went to check on my king and queen and fairies, there was a note in the corner cupboard. Meema helped me read it. I had to find the Magic Crystal by following the clues,  The first one said to look in the tub so I ran very fast to the bathroom where I take a bath on Family Dinner Up nights.

I found it!

                                     And I knew where to look! 

So I ran to The Room and looked under
 Philly, my rocking horse.

This clue was a picture of the stripey tent my fairies like to play in.

The top comes off and that's where the next clue was.

The dress up box is under the bed in The Room.

Of course I found it very quickly. This clue had a picture of the box where my coins are. 

I had to move the library books off it.

And I had solved the mystery!

The king and queen and all the fairies were very happy to have the Magic Crystal back. They played soccer with it till Meema said that if it fell on the floor it could break.

I am a good clue finder and mystery solver.

Note from Meema.  I'd planned this as an after breakfast activity but while she was waiting for her pancakes, she went to see about her fairy people and saw the first clue. The entire hunt took about five minutes with me trying to keep up with her and take pictures. Thus the blurry quality.



Barbara Rogers said...

Excellent activity. Now you have set a precedent I fear... Great that you asked her to show you the clues she found, so you got all the photos!

Anvilcloud said...

Great stimulating activity.

Anvilcloud said...

This reminds me of something that I may blog about.

Sandra Parshall said...

What fun! Mystery games will be a wonderful activity on dreary winter days when you're both stuck indoors.

jennyfreckles said...

These games take much longer to set up than to play - but a lovely fun idea. I’m sure that’ll be a regular request.