Teaching observation skills is a simple task, just as picking out the ripest watermelon at the supermarket. It only takes some practice and time for the students to get the required observational skills. These are skills that are best developed in the non-conventional educational situations that most students enjoy. We cannot develop observational skills from anything but performing observations. Developing observation skills can be created in situations where students won’t even realize that they are developing educational skills. There are several very easy means to help develop these skills, but it really depends on how the teacher will reinforce the improved skills. One method that tends to work very well for students is to have them perform observation games, which has become a staple in some children programming. In later chapters various examples of exploration lessons will develop parameters for expanding observation skills but here is a very easy lesson for being able to do observations in a scientific method.