Beauty and the Beak See, Think, Wonder

Beauty and the Beak See, Think, Wonder


You should use this chart to organize your observations, reflections, and questions as you read Beauty and the Beak. You will then share your ideas with other classmates.

See, Think, Wonder Chart

As you read the book Beauty and the Beak by Deborah Lee Rose and Jane Veltkamp, complete this See, Think, Wonder Chart. 

In the "See" column, write down observations you had or facts that you learned. 

In the "Think" column, write down your reactions in the form of thoughts or feelings to the things you read or observed.

In the "Wonder" column, write down questions you have after reading the story of Beauty.













Group Discussion

What did other members of your group see or consider that you might not have seen?


What did you see that other members did not see?


What stood out to you in the book?


In what ways might you be able to go about answering some of your questions?

Animal Prosthetics Help Human Amputees Move Again

In what ways did prosthetics help, or even save, some of the animals in the video?


In what ways could humans or animals adapt if they lost part of their body, or lost a sense that we view as essential?


How can technology enhance the lives of animals that might have been injured or born with a physical disability that affected their functioning?


In what ways does the design of the prosthetic matter in how it works for the animal?

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