Chocolate Web Quest
Who doesn't like chocolate? Here is a chocolate web quest that your students will enjoy!
1. Web Quest- This can be sent to students or placed on your web page (if it is password protected). Students open and start! There are web links as well as QR codes to get to the we
Famous Scientist QR Code Scavenger Hunt by Brad Cloud
Download this PowerPoint slide show and have your students participate in this QR code scavenger hunt to learn about 11 world-changing scientists, including Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, and Robert Goddard.
Your students will lea
This webquest will guide students to different websites to prepare for the upcoming solar eclipse on August 21, 2017 in the United States. It is well suited for 5th-10th grade, but can be adapted for other grades as well. Students will watch videos, explore websites, and answer questions to get a to
This is a great preparation lesson to use before dissecting owl pellets. This is a webquest activity that walks the students through researching owl pellets and a virtual owl pellet dissection. The students will be so excited to dissect owl pellets after this activity!
This WebQuest uses an excellent site about tsunamis. I use it with my 7th grade Earth Science class every year.
- The site can take awhile to load the more people are on it. Once the kids are in, there is no delay getting around the site. It's just that initial load.
- I have my kids
Have students play optometrist as they explore the use of convex and concave lenses and how they assist with vision correction. This teacher created lab sheet provides guided instruction for students to complete the Interactive Glencoe Science Online Virtual Lab on LIGHT WAVES & LENSES. Have st
This is designed for a fossil unit in which students are learning to look at fossils and determine the environment of the original organism. I have done the first one for them so that they have an example of what is expected. There are 5 more spaces for them to fill out on their own or with a partne
This web quest talks about the different parts of the HUMAN BODY. All the videos that are connected with the web quest are located on YouTube.
SCIENCE CAREERS WEBQUEST
*This technology-centered assignment is perfect for 1-day in the school computer lab (or with iPads), as homework, or as an extra credit assignment.
-Science Career Webquest (listing 31 careers) - 2 variations
-Vocabulary Puzzle Grid
Students are tasked to choo
This internet assignment of 15 questions leads students through a website focusing on details regarding fat, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. This could be used as a introductory activity or a review activity. There is also an extra time activity included for early finishers. This addresses N
In this self-directed and interactive webquest, students explore air quality, air pollution, human-environment interaction, and human carbon footprints. First, students use a governmental website to explore the Air Quality Index ( AQI) and particulate matter. In the second stop, students take an int
Need a rock cycle activity? This webquest makes a virtual study of the rock cycle easy for you and instructive for your students as they explore the rock cycle in a structured way.
Build knowledge and/or review information on the three main types of rocks – igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic – a
This web quest product on ocean animals will allow students to collaborate with their peers on an ocean animal topic in an interactive and technology-based way. Students will be allowed to navigate through the web to find information about their ocean animal, listen to a Voki, and produce a final r
This purchase is for three separate webquests all focusing on the Periodic Table of Elements.
Webquest #1 - 24 total questions focusing on the history of the Periodic Table and information on the various Element Families and their members and properties. (specific website links provided)
Students demonstrate their understanding of the atomic structure of a Carbon atom by making a model out of pinto beans, split peas, and white beans as well as reseach several teacher approved interactive websites for the element's importance but teacher may modify and delete this if there is no acce
Included with this purchase are two separate worksheets that focus on the concept of SPEED and how it is calculated. Both sheets work perfectly as homework, extra credit, or quick classroom assignments.
1 - SPEED WEBQUEST - various question relating to the concept of speed for students to research
In this self-directed and interactive webquest, students explore the world of DNA, Genes, Chromosomes, and Cellular Reproduction. the first stop guides students through the basics and results of cell division. Ion the second stop, students virtually extract DNA. In the next stop, they compare and
This webquest leads students on a discovery of how food is produced in the United States and the issues that surround this topic. Students are engaged in individual learning while using interactive websites. Part one allows students to better understand where food comes from while part two asks st
After looking at the picture of the spider, you
Looking for a useful SPIDER project for the computer lab? You have found it here!
The students will research:
â€¢where it lives
â€¢what it eats
â€¢how it protects itself
â€¢learn through watching a video for a
This is an excellent set of questions designed to cover many key science standards in both forth and fifth grade. The questions are left open ended, and are meant to be answered in webquest form, leading to whole group discussion.
For my 10th grade Biology class, I do not have the equipment for Gram staining. I found a neat virtual lab by NMSU and created a WebQuest that takes students through the process of the Gram stain. After, I have the students look at various slides that I have of already-stained bacteria and use the c
A fun solar system journal for kids. Each page has QR codes that take kids to different websites and videos about each planet, the sun, and the moon. Students view the sites, draw pictures, and write down facts about each object.
My students really enjoy this journal, especially because one version
This is a list of STEM resources by area of interest to help high school, college, and even adults learn how to connect their passion with the STEM fields. For example if someone is interested in engineering, this shows them how they can connect it to music, sports, technology, etc. If they love s
This purchase is for a simple project that science teachers can include with their unit on the Periodic Table of Elements (works well with middle school or high school as the main factor will simply be time required).
1) Webquest : students will choose one element from the Periodic Table and resear
This is a short research project that introduces the Human Genome Project to students. They will learn what the Human Genome Project is, when it was finished, why it was done, about Department of Energy (DOE, and the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).
This unit includes:
This six-page WebQuest allows students to explore our Solar System through research. Students will use the two provided websites to research the Sun and 8 planets that make up our Solar System.
This WebQuest includes fill-in the blanks and full-sentence answers. This assignment concludes with a sh
Webquests are great resources to use in the classroom because they give the student the freedom to explore the internet on their own finding information pertaining to your lesson, while still giving you control over the websites they use to ensure their safety and appropriateness.
This webquest is
This is a series of worksheets designed to go along with the Florida Science Fusion supplemental website, ThinkCentral. Included in this batch are Unit 6 Lesson 1&2, Unit 6 Lesson 4, Unit 6 Review, Unit 2 Lesson 1& 2, Unit 3 Lesson 1&2, Unit 3 Lesson 3&4, and Unit 3 Lesson 5&6.
Students in my Sports Medicine class must learn about the major skin conditions that athletes may face. As an introduction, I found a great website that has a practice quiz (pre-assessment) and slide shows that students can use to preview major skin conditions. This is the handout that students mu
This one page (front and back) Cells webquest helps students develop their internet search skills while advancing their reading and understanding of informational text. This is a great introductory lesson to help students develop beginning or deepen knowledge of cells. Students learn about the diff
These are worksheets created to go along with the Florida Science Fusion subliminal website, ThinkCentral. This set includes Unit 1 Virtual Lab, Unit 1 Lesson 3, Unit 1 Review, Unit 2 Lesson 4, Unit 3 Review, Unit 8 Review, Unit 9 Lesson 2. This is ideal for Chrome books, if you find yourself shor
This project can be for either in-class or at home. Students will research each of the contributing scientists who developed and added to John Dalton's atomic theory. Students will then choose a format to communicate and "teach" John Dalton from 'beyond the grave' about the discoveries that have
This is a simple webquest that helps students learn the meaning of CARNIVORE, HERBIVORE, and OMNIVORE. It is great for in-class, homework, or extra credit.
Students are given a list of 75 animals. They need to choose 23 animals and use the Internet to determine what type of animal it is (carnivor
This is a great webquest / Internet assignment to use near the beginning of any unit focusing on weather (works good using school technology or for homework).
FRONT SIDE - Students will go to the website www.weather.gov and complete a chart identifying current temperature and weather details for 17
This webquest uses a website designed by NASA that describes each section of the electromagnetic spectrum as a "magic window" and gives students a brief overview of the types of objects we study using each type of light. The webquest is designed through powerpoint, so you can print it off or have st
This is a webquest over several of the Category 2 Science topics found on the 8th grade Science STAAR. This does NOT cover every TEK in Category 2. The topics included are:
Unbalanced Forces (8.6A Readiness)
Newton's Laws (8.6C Readiness)
Speed, Velocity, and Acceleration (8.6B Supporting)
This webquest was created for fourth graders as they explore health and nutrition. It has mini-lessons and projects at the end of each mini-lesson and then has a culminating project (five paragraph essay).
Students create a 3D power point on land forms using a webquest.The websites are linked to images of anaglyphs that are perfect with 3D glasses.
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I CANNOT GUARANTEE THAT THE WEB LINKS STILL WORK> I made this several years ago. it is an activity to aid in the web quest for cloud types.
You may edit the links and power point as you need to! I know some of the inter-power points work but not necessarily the web links. You may change and edi
Students venture through a website to fill in this worksheet on interesting facts about weather. The information includes, storms, clouds, rain...etc. There is a ton of useful and valuable information to learn about through this web quest. Students can use this to learn, or study previously studied
Use this fun and engaging activity to help introduce the skills of observation in science. This webquest requires you and your students to visit a webpage and pretend that you are crime scene investigators. You will observe a crime scene for a brief period and then have your students respond to qu
Credential Program:Science Methods
Next Generation Science Standards WebQuest
and Flip Chart Product
I teach Math and Science Methods course in a postgraduate credential program as an adjunct. I use this lesson to introduce NGSS as part of the curriculum before embarking on methods and strategies
This lesson will take 3-4 days if you incorporate all parts. It's a great introduction to tornadoes and hurricanes by researching some of the worst real disasters that have struck the U.S.
1) WEBQUEST - Students will choose 4 storms (2 tornadoes / 2 hurricanes) from the list of 20 and use the Inte
The Earth has a long, unique history. The Earth and the life it supports have changed throughout its history. Guide your students through the history of our planet through this engaging and interactive web quest. This web quest utilizes the free resources at
Students love this webquest (especially those who watch shows like Finding Bigfoot, Monster Quest, or who enjoy Urban Legends). I use this as an introduction to the area of Cryptozoology and how scientists are constantly searching for new species or attempting to debunk fake claims.
The webquest t
Lesson plans for a 3(-4, with options) day investigation of the way scientists discovered germ theory and learned to control some of the worst epidemic diseases. The lesson plan for day 1 introduces epidemic diseases and research with 2 short videos on smallpox and the transmission of cholera and a