I See Wonder

I See Wonder is a wonderful way to spark inquiry, analysis, and discussion. By visually exploring our images, you can bring the Smithsonian Libraries collections into your classroom. Use I See Wonder as a morning exercise, a way to introduce a new topic, or to discover your students' interests. 
Share what you See.  Awaken your Wonder.

I See Wonder Collections:

American Experience
Amphibians and Reptiles
Ancient Civilizations
Astronomy
Birds
Butterfly
Farm Life
Gems and Geology

Global Problems
Household Machines
International Clothing
Invention
Land and Water
Mammals
Maps
Marsupials

Native Americans
Patterns
Plants and Flowers
Transportation
Water Animals
World Culture

The text "What do you see?" and "what do you wonder?" superimposed on a floral, wallpaper-like background with an arrow pointing to the right The text "What do you see?" and "what do you wonder?" superimposed on a floral, wallpaper-like background with an arrow pointing to the left The text "What do you see?" and "what do you wonder?" superimposed on a floral, wallpaper-like background with an arrow pointing to the right. The text "What do you see?" and "what do you wonder?" superimposed on a floral, wallpaper-like background with an arrow pointing to the left.

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I See Wonder is hosted on Smithsonian's Learning Lab. Peruse on your own or sign up for an account to begin creating collections
and join the Smithsonian Libraries roster. Download the PDF to see how!

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