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    45 I wonder questions

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    • Gwen Kim

      45 I wonder questions - writing center or morning meeting question of the day... great way to get to know kids!

    • Suzanne Stricker

      Stealing this :) 45 I wonder questions - could these be used for morning meeting share? Writing prompts?

    • Katie Champlin

      45 I wonder questions - writing center or morning meeting sharing questions LOVE journaling!

    • Christina Mendoza

      Free "I Wonder" writing prompts... about 45 of them. Good for Daily 5 writing! 2nd grade?

    • Emily Thrash

      45 I wonder questions..... Great for writing ideas at a writing center :)

    • Tammy Brogdon

      45 I wonder questions - writing center idea

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