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  • Bevy

    I miss teaching language arts.. Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!!

  • Wendy Peters

    Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. These pictures would make great writing prompts as well!

  • Molly Clement

    Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. Great idea for bell work!

  • Natasha Berry

    Science Notebooking... Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions.

  • pamela

    Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. Great idea! There are other really good ideas for teachers on this site also.

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Use the National Geographic Photo of the Day to get scholars observing, inferring, and predicting. You can do this in humanities, ELA, and science. Great for morning work.

Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!! Non fiction

What a great "morning work" activity! Show students a picture & have them make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and then 5 predictions. Clarifies those processes &--depending on the picture!--can be a great way to get them thinking and engaged on a topic.

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