This week's WOW! Word: Fascinating 

by Babs Hadjusiewicz August 25, 2015


Use the word in sentences, such as:

1. This is a fascinating book!

2. My family was fascinated when I told my story.

3. A full moon fascinates me.

4. The baby has a fascination with one toy right now.

5. Your good manners fascinated me!


Focusing Talk™: Use the word fascinate as you tell children about something fascinating that you've seen in real life. Then invite children to follow your model to tell about real-life things that have fascinated them. Repeat the activity to tell about a book that was fascinating. This is a rich skill-building activity because it encourages discussion about real vs. make-believe; it also encourages fascination around books!


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