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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.

Students view different photo each day and make 5 observations, 5 inferences, and 5 predictions. LOVE this idea! Pictures can come from a vairety of sources. eg National Geographic Photo of the Day

Orcas (Orcinus orca) show their smarts by working together to whip up a meal. Here, a pod hunts for herring in Norway’s Andfjorden. Members of the pod coordinate their moves, herding a mass of herring into a manageable ball. They then whip their tails against the ball, stunning or killing the fish.

Killer TailsPhotograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Orcas show their smarts by working together to whip up a meal. Here, a pod hunts for herring in Norway’s Andfjorden. Members of the pod.

Underwater picture of a sperm whale’s tail by Shane Gross via @natgeosociety

Whale of a Tail. Photograph by Shane Gross, National Geographic Your Shot. (via Whale Picture — Sri Lanka Photo — National Geographic Photo of the Day) More Animals here.

2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’s Best Entries

2016 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest’s Best Entries

Squirrel in Snow  Photograph by Ray Yeager, My Shot    Photographed during a snowstorm in New Jersey

Funny pictures about Just a squirrel sheilding itself from the snow with its tail. Oh, and cool pics about Just a squirrel sheilding itself from the snow with its tail. Also, Just a squirrel sheilding itself from the snow with its tail photos.

Picture of two white butterflies perched on a stalk Twin Beauties Photograph by Muhammad Mochtar, National Geographic Your Shot

wigmund: “ From National Geographic Photo Of The Day; May Twin Beauties Muhammad Mochtar, National Geographic Your Shot Pale butterflies mirror each other on a stalk in this macro image.

From National Geographic. Hoarfrost settles on a moor along the border of Espace Rambouillet, a wildlife reserve near Paris, France by Nicolas Le Boulanger

Cold Encounter Photograph by Nicolas Le Boulanger, National Geographic Your Shot Hoarfrost settles on a moor along the border of Espace Rambouillet, a wildlife reserve near Paris, France, that’s home to deer like this stag and other wildlife.

Fennec Fox | rare and absolutely adorable in Morocco - a small fox with large ears and a delicate face

June 2013 Fennec Fox, Morocco Photograph by Francisco Mingorance The fennec, or desert fox, is a canine mammal species of the genus Vulpes, which inhabits the Sahara Desert and Arabia. This is the smallest species of the family Canidae.

Taking that good photograph. my sister will become this one day with her camera; i can see it now.

Taking that good photograph

see the swan feel the swan BE THE SWAN. National Geographic photographers are legends.

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