Students in Ms. Curtis' class took some time to see, think, and wonder about different types of habitats and came up with some great questions.
We don't always have the answer, but it's important that we teach students to "see, think, and wonder." This is a great strategy for you to use at home with your child. Building curiosity and the ability to wonder will lead to effective questioning and interest in the world around them. Give it a try the next time something catches their attention. Ask your child, "What do you see?" "What does this make you think about?" "What do you wonder or want to know more about?" Sometimes we can just Google the answer, but give them a chance to sit and ponder for a moment, you'll be amazed at the questions they come up with! This strategy works great when reading a story, too!
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