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  • Megan George

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

  • 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!

  • Laura Kidwell

    Science Journals - Great for beginning of the year Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea!! Could be good even in language arts!

  • Anna Moreno

    Use National Geographics Picture of the Day - Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions.... awesome! Great idea for a center...reading interventions.....enrichment...

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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.

Put a picture up on the document camera (National Geographic's picture of the day works well). Ask students to make five OBSERVATIONS, five INFERENCES and five PREDICTIONS. Doing this a couple of times a week will drive home the difference between these concepts.

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Use a picture of the day (like form National Geographic). Have students make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions about the picture. Do this every day to drive home the difference between the three.

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