Students observe a natural phenomenon and explore a process for asking varied and interesting questions. This activity offers an opportunity to engage in inquiry, inviting students to ask questions they can then explore through observation or critical thinking. This activity takes a group of students through a “curiosity crash course,” beginning with asking questions from observations, then using a question generator to ask more varied questions. Students put their skills into practice by asking questions about any part of nature that is interesting to them. Students can apply the frameworks they learn in future journal entries, outdoor explorations, science experiences, and learning in other disciplines.