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SuperScience readers love a good "whodunnit".

Read-aloud plays are all the rage these days, and for good reason: They provide you with a way to get all of your students involved in a lesson; help you to see which students are struggling with reading; and make sure your students are all on task. But best of all, they're fun.

As in every issue of SuperScience, this one has a read-aloud play in a mystery format. Students can read the play from their desks, or dress up and act it out. Either way, your students are sure to have a blast--all while learning science! If your students stage a play, take photos and e-mail them to superscience@scholastic.com. The SuperScience staff would love to see them!

Then, turn the page to learn about orangutans and the science behind circus stunts. Enjoy the issue.

Patricia Janes, Executive Editor

email: superscience@scholastic.com

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