What is an example of a "question of the day" for kids?

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Many teachers use questions of the day as a way to get kids thinking when they first enter the classroom in the morning. Some teachers will give prizes to students that can correctly answer the question of the day. An example of a question of the day is why is salt used to melt ice? Questions of the day could be math, science, social studies, or language arts related. In some cases the question of the day may be random trivia as well.
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