[PDF] Cam Jansen and the Tennis Trophy Mystery (Cam Jansen Mysteries, #23) By David A. Adler – Marjoriejane.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Cam Jansen and the Tennis Trophy Mystery (Cam Jansen Mysteries, #23)

  1. says:

    This was my first Cam Jansen so I ll give another a chance, but this one didn t connect with me I love the idea of a girl detective with a photographic memory, but I felt no draw to her It also just felt kind of dated Maybe if you can seeof her personality in the other books it ll beinteresting L3.


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I would have students write their own mystery after reading this book I gelded my 2nd grade impact group create a scavenger hunt after we read this book We did chapter summaries for each chapter I had students take turns reading the chapter summary then each student said what they thought was the most important part of that chapter Next, we decided where to hide each clue I Googled a picture of a footprint and put the clue in the middle using a text box My 3 students and I were very excite I would have students write their own mystery after reading this book I gelded my 2nd grade impact group create a scavenger hunt after we read this book We did chapter summaries for each chapter I had students take turns reading the chapter summary then each student said what they thought was the most important part of that chapter Next, we decided where to hide each clue I Googled a picture of a footprint and put the clue in the middle using a text box My 3 students and I were very excited for the scavenger hunt I led this book for two weeks of reading group I had 3 girls Chapter 1 Difficult Words Shelton, spots, 1 attendance, Day, was, 2 unlocked, 3 Directly, 4 stretched, Exercises read vs read Summary Cam said that it stinks really bad in here Mr Day took attendance Danny jumped on Cam s foot 2 times Cam, Eric, and Danny got into trouble Chapter 2 Difficult Words television T.V , 2 ceiling, got lost, stood, 3 cabinet, 4 against, pretended, trophies.Remind students to take a breath after each line period Summary Janet hit Mr Day with the ball Cam looked in Mr Day s office Mr Day s office was yellow Chapter 3 Difficult Words 1 tournament, 2 padlock, pretended, ahead.Summary Trying to help Mr Day find the trophy He talks about him winning it He sees that the trophy is gone Chapter 4 Difficult Words connected, rolded, Nekton a lot of definitions in this chapter Summary Cam came back to class They wrote note about the mystery They did their work Chapter 5 Difficult Words somehow, unlocked, impossible, different, remember the word cabinet Diamond, thief, away, theft.Errors you do do you that what his the Summary They were reading quietly Eric thinks he solved the mystery notes They tell Ms Benson about the missing trophies They predict what happened Maybe a new lock They get permission to tell Mr Day Chapter 6 Difficult Words punished, whispered, tests, thermos remember the words ceiling, padlock, cabinet.Errors new tests a new test until unlessSummary 4th grade class playing volleyball Eric and Cam are bored, watching them, waiting for gym teacher to unlock the cabinet Boy hit girl in back of head with ball The gym teacher s key won t open the lock The key opened the padlock The thief left the tests not a student They put up his stuff in the locked drawer Chapter 7 Difficult Words vases, wondered, happened Summary Cam has Mr Day and Eric tell what they see when they look at his office through the window There s no back to the cabinet, it s open The cabinet was moved away from the wall when it was painted The door to his office was open The how Math work Chapter 8 Difficult Words answered, solution, cheaper, reached, through, followed, postscript, umpire remember the word tournament.Summary The 3 vases gave Cam the solution Maybe someone came and they were scared off Maybe she only wanted the tennis trophy thought it was hers Ms Green Ms Benson agrees that Ms Green should have won They ask to go to Ms Green No, do your work, I teacher will call your parents and drive you home They went to see Ms Green, the tennis trophy was on her desk That s Mr Day s trophy I just borrowed it, I left a note She returned the trophy He found the note They agreed to another match to see who the better played is Cam will be the ump Click Whoever wins the match, wins the trophy Chapter 9 Difficult Words afternoon, principal, complained, arguments, mental remember the word umpire.Summary They begin the game Mr Day serves first Cam was a great ump It was a close match Good game Look at the the picture on page 57, who do you think won Why do you think that Favorite parts A Cam was the referee Ka When Cam saw the trophy It was so exciting Ke When Mr Day and Cam figured out who stole the trophy


  3. says:

    Many kid detectives in literature have dazzled us over the years, and Jennifer Jansen commonly known as Cam in homage to her camera like memory that enables her to take a mental snapshot of any scene and later recite every detail of what she saw has captured readers imaginations as well as most others Beginning in 1980 with Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds, Cam, her friend Eric who believes unswervingly in her deductive powers and a cast of other entertaining students and Many kid detectives in literature have dazzled us over the years, and Jennifer Jansen commonly known as Cam in homage to her camera like memory that enables her to take a mental snapshot of any scene and later recite every detail of what she saw has captured readers imaginations as well as most others Beginning in 1980 with Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Stolen Diamonds, Cam, her friend Eric who believes unswervingly in her deductive powers and a cast of other entertaining students and teachers have investigated mystery after mystery in and around their school, Cam always finding a solution in the end But when gym teacher Mr Day s special tennis trophy is apparently stolen, can Cam deliver the goods a twenty third time and restore the trophy to its rightful owner The case starts in gym class when Cam notices a pungent smell emanating from Mr Day s office The reason for the odor, she realizes upon closer inspection, is that the office has recently been repainted But then she observes that one of Mr Day s three silver trophies is missing from his glass display case Mr Day insists he didn t move the trophy someone must have taken it For a savvy sleuth like Cam Jansen, this sort of conundrum brings out the best in her The glass case wasn t smashed and the padlock shows no sign of forced entry, but someone had to access the inside to remove the trophy It saddens Mr Day to believe his award was stolen after everything he did to earn it, narrowly defeating Ms Green in the teachers tennis tournament That trophy means a lot to him Cam speedily processes the case information, with Eric beside her to throw in useful tips every once and a while She wants to solve this baffler before school lets out for the day, but no obvious solution presents itself Can she piece together the evidence to correctly surmise how and why the trophy vanished Cam Jansen and the Tennis Trophy Mystery isn t as impeccably reasoned as the best Encyclopedia Brown or Nate the Great mysteries, but it s a good early primer for logic skills, and the characters are fun, from Cam to Eric to Danny to Mr Day You won t have trouble finding entertainment in this story I give Cam Jansen and the Tennis Trophy Mystery one and a half stars, and it has piqued my interest in the series If you want to read about a girl detective just as talented in her own way as Marjorie Weinman Sharmat s Nate the Great, pick up a Cam Jansen mystery and start solving crimes together


  4. says:

    This is another fun mystery in the Cam Jansen series of books by David A Adler and Susanna Natti We ve read many of these books and we are always looking to find the ones we haven t yet read yet when we go to the library This is an interesting mystery and I like that it does not involve Cam and Eric getting into a dangerous situation, although they do seem to be out of the classroom a lot The P.E teacher in the story seems to be a bit strict and this offered us an opportunity to talk about This is another fun mystery in the Cam Jansen series of books by David A Adler and Susanna Natti We ve read many of these books and we are always looking to find the ones we haven t yet read yet when we go to the library This is an interesting mystery and I like that it does not involve Cam and Eric getting into a dangerous situation, although they do seem to be out of the classroom a lot The P.E teacher in the story seems to be a bit strict and this offered us an opportunity to talk about different teaching styles and what our girls thought about their teachers in school We also like the memory game at the end of the stories, too especially our oldest


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I really liked this book because it was fun reading about Cam solving the mystery I liked, at the end, how after Cam figured out that Ms Green borrowed the trophy, that Mr Day and Ms Green played a match to see who got to keep the trophy But, the story didn t say who the winner was I m kinda sad about that, because I wanted to know who got the trophy So, there s only guesses But I think the gym teacher got to keep it I also thought it was cool that Cam Jansen got to judge the tennis m I really liked this book because it was fun reading about Cam solving the mystery I liked, at the end, how after Cam figured out that Ms Green borrowed the trophy, that Mr Day and Ms Green played a match to see who got to keep the trophy But, the story didn t say who the winner was I m kinda sad about that, because I wanted to know who got the trophy So, there s only guesses But I think the gym teacher got to keep it I also thought it was cool that Cam Jansen got to judge the tennis match between the two teachers


  6. says:

    cam jansen was sitting out with her friend with eric then cam smelled something funny from the coaches office then she saw a trophy was missing then told the coach about the trophy then they went to ms green because last timethey played tennis ball ms green complained then they went to her classrooroom they said to ms.green you stole his trophy she said no i left a note on his desk then they played tennis ball.


  7. says:

    This book was not what I expected Someone steals a trophy from Mr.Day s cabinet Ms.Green really wants it Could it be Well, it is and Mr.Day is upset Ms.Green is his dear friend and Mr.Day couldn t believe it This book was not what I expected Someone steals a trophy from Mr.Day s cabinet Ms.Green really wants it Could it be Well, it is and Mr.Day is upset Ms.Green is his dear friend and Mr.Day couldn t believe it


  8. says:

    A fun story for kids Mr Day seemed like a lot of coaches I ve had the pleasure of knowing.


  9. says:

    Cams gym teacher has a trophy that was taken by another teacher that he faced in a tennis match.


  10. says:

    This is my first Cam Jansen book My mom read it to me in one hour I liked the character Cam, but I did not like that the tennis trophy was stolen I ll trybooks that have Cam Jansen in them.


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