What Do You Notice?
A big part of being a journalist is being observant. What’s going on in the world around you, Junior Journalist?
Mission 11: What Do You Notice?
Have you ever said “Whoa!” as you watched a hawk soar through the sky or an athlete sink a basket from half-court? If so, you’ve experienced awe. It’s a feeling of wonder and amazement. You can experience awe in many ways. It can be as easy as taking a walk and paying attention to your surroundings. Experiencing awe can be a great way to connect with the world. Studies have shown that people who seek out awe are more happy and upbeat.
Junior Journalists, we want to know: What do you notice? What do you observe when you go outside? What inspires awe in you? Ask a teacher, parent, or guardian to send us your submission here or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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