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Open ended questions

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Use this template or make your own list of questions! Get your kids involved and engaged in a fun family discussion!

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48 Critical Thinking Questions For Any Content Area

Critical thinking questions include, 'Why is this important? What are the causes and effects of this? How do we know if this is true?"


Open-ended questions can be great conversation starters for social and workplace situations. Unlike closed-ended questions, which only yield one-word answers, open-ended questions get people talking. Mediators rely on open-ended questions, as they are powerful active listening tools, essential for e

Open Ended Questions To Help Children Think (Infographic)

It is important to make sure our children continue to develop in terms of learning. Here is an infographic that help develop your child’s curiosity, creativity, reasoning ability, independence, and critical thinking by asking open-ended questions you can ask to your child.

Examples of Open-Ended and Closed-Ended Questions

Open-ended questions can be a little hard to spot sometimes. How can you know if a question is open-ended or closed-ended? Browse these examples to find out.

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Over 135 open-ended questions for families to enjoy at the dinner table! 😍
Which One Doesn't Belong? are open-ended questions / number talks. They are a fantastic way to get even your most reluctant students to analyze problems and persevere in solving them, reason abstractly and quantitatively, engage in deep mathematical thinking while justifying conclusions, communicate to and with others, and respond to the ideas of others. Designed for Grades 1-2 Number Sense Units, use as an opener, a Do-Now in the morning, for homework, or in your math workstations.
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This Trigraph Passage is a great activity to test and enhance their reading comprehension skills by answering multiple choice questions, open-ended questions, retelling the story by drawing, word and picture match, and sequencing events. The questions are all based on the story and it also helps them review Trigraph. This is a great worksheet or assessment for your students or your kids. Click on the title to see this resource.