What do these two stories have in common? (What did both scientists do that was similar?)
Click the wheel to select an object. Then go to the next slide.
Choose a way of looking at the object! This is what scientists do!
|Curiosity Question (Grades K-2) printout||Print 30 copies|
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|Wonder Journal (Grades K-2) printout||Print 30 copies|
We suggest students work in pairs. Homeschool students can work on their own.
This activity can be repeated throughout the year with any object to help focus student observations, spark curiosity, and invite questions for deeper understanding!
Interested in extending this lesson? Check out our "Curiosity Wheel" in the Extensions to extend this activity throughout the school year!
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