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A wonder wall - have student add their wonders before a unit and what they learned at the end of the unit. I like this as a way to build student ownership of learning.

Support Inquiry in the classroom by introducing topics to students using a Wonder Wall.  Check out the video to see how this can be done in the classroom to spark and engage student interest and inquiry.

Planning for Inquiry Based Learning

Wonder Wall: Start your Inquiry units by sparking interest in your topic through pictures, words and artifacts. Encourage student questions and use a Wonder Wall to show student learning.

How to use a Wonder Wall to encourage kids' questions :: classroom organisation

Encourage learning with a Wonder Wall

How to use a Wonder Wall to encourage kids' questions :: classroom organisation // Definitely usable at home too!

Erasable Wonder Wall

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Cute idea to use the kids' pictures on the "wonder wall". I wouldn't do individual bubbles. I would put their thinking pictures on the base of the display and then have a giant shared thought bubble.

Wonder Wall with all the kids' pictures for them to write their questions.

Wonder Wall with all the kids' pictures for them to write their questions. Even better if the children are pulling thinking poses in their photos! scratching their head, stroking their chin, looking up to the sky, etc.

This Wonder writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by your Wonder novel study.  After your students are finished writing and coloring, they will collaborate to assemble the 3.3h x 2.6w poster for your classroom wall, bulletin board, classroom door, hallway, lobby, or library. The writing activity is truly insightful and reflective of the novel's central message of "Choose Kindness," "Be Kind," "Choose Kind."

Wonder by r.j. palacio novel study writing activity, poster, group project

This Wonder writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by your Wonder novel study. After your students are finished writing and coloring, they will collaborate to assemble the

Generating questions can be tricky!  Check out this freebie to help your students get started!

5 Strategies to Help Your Students Generate Questions

Building Mathematical Comprehension, Teaching Related Book Study, Book Studies for Teachers, Generating Questions, Helping Students Generate Questions in Math

Create a wonder wall for students to update or add their thinking

Create a wonder wall for students to update or add their thinking . Love this for Back to School

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