Riddles, codes, and invisible ink

Just finished Day 2 at Charlie Lake Elementary; it was one full of mystery! We wrote riddles and ciphers and also used some invisible ink to craft some secret messages. These are truly invisible—at least until you heat them up.

And how do you heat them up? Well, I’m not sure how the students will manage this feat in their stories, but in order to successfully conclude our in-class activity, we used an iron.

Here’s just a few of the results:

Writing with invisible ink

Invisible ink message.

Invisible ink message.

Invisible ink message.

A student crafting a story at Charlie Lake Elementary.

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