1 - We look in the sky each morning for clues about
the weather to tell us what to wear.
Look For The Best Cubmaster
Detectives are trained to look for things that the
average person might notice. They need to practice the skills they
learn. They are always noticing the smallest details.
"Detective" enters room and addresses the audience.
This was a difficult case to solve, but the clues
are all around you. And I am proud to admit that the case is solved.
Once you see these clues, you will understand. The fist clue was
several boys and adults dressed in uniform. The second clue was the
meaning of the animal tracks and the awards that were given. Then,
of course, there were the songs, skits, and games that were played.
Using my deductive reasoning skills I learned in Detective School, I
concluded that the only crime committed here was anyone who did not
have a good time.
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