In the minds of our pupils, writing descriptions in an exercise book is synonymous with doing an exercise. It’s boring! In contrast, writing a riddle book is about creating something that will be displayed in the school and will be read by many people.
Simply fold two pieces of paper in half and put them in a card cover with staples down the spine.
Riddle Books are structured so that the identity of what the pupil is describing is revealed at the end of the book. The challenge for the reader is to guess the identity correctly before they turn the last page.