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This is a fun lesson to get thinkers to “think outside the box” when questioning why a person or persons behave in particular ways.
Ideal for primary grades.
This lesson prepares students for real-life problem solving by prompting them to determine what specific questions need to be asked.
Ideal for middle grades.
This fun lesson will encourage thinkers to “think outside the box” when questioning the motive behind a person’s actions.
Ideal for secondary grades.
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