991. Create a made-up story using the following words: garden, rabbit, aroma, and picnic.
992. What is the most important aspect of spring to you and why? What is the most important part of spring to your parents and why? Do you think the things you like about spring will change as you get older? Why or why not?
993. Some schools have a Spring Fling dance in which everyone is invited. Would you want to attend? Why or why not? What would you enjoy the most about the dance and what would you enjoy the least? Why?
994. After some hemming and hawing, you decide to attend the Spring Fling. What will you wear to the dance, what types of dances will you do, and whom will you dance with? Which of your friends would have the best dance moves and why?
995. As part of a challenge, you will participate in 24 outdoor activities in 24 hours (1 hour for each). What are some of the sports you would play? What would be the toughest aspects of the challenge and why?
996. If you couldn't go outside for an entire week during the heart of the spring, what would you miss the most about the outdoors and why? What would you do inside to pass the time and why?
997. Trees can live for a particularly long time, even longer than humans. Describe what a tree might think upon watching a human grow up all the way from infancy to old age.
998. Spring is often referred to as a key part of the life cycle. Do you think it's important that the lives of organisms are cyclical? Why or why not? How do you think it would feel to be an animal or insect with a very short life cycle and why?
999. What are some things that you think about during the spring that you might not think about during other seasons and why? When do you do your most thinking during the day and why is that your best thinking time?
1000. Many creatures we talk about during the spring, like birds, bees, and squirrels, base most of their actions in instinct. Do you think it's important that humans have the ability to go beyond instinct? Why or why not? What are some ways you use reason in your daily life?Written by Bryan Cohen