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Looking for a way to introduce or review food chains and food webs in your classroom? Check out this internet scavenger hunt! Students will use the scaffolded notes to guide their research throughout the website! Includes: - 5 page internet scavenger hunt - answer key This internet scavenger hunt
A Google Slides hands-on resource for distance learning, computer labs, classroom, or full class instruction.Let your students venture out to a National Park using online technology! It's a great way to expose your students to our United States National Parks. This google slides resource features 3
This is a 35-question quiz with answer key that complements the "Geologic Time Scale: The No-Adding-Machine-Tape, Annotated, Illustrated Timeline" product. It works really well as an open-notes quiz to follow up the construction of geologic time lines! It can also be used as a web-based scavenger hu
Grades:
6th - 9th
****Because websites update and change regularly, I try to keep up with updating my scavenger hunts. However, please don't hesitate to message me when you find I've missed something!**** This 2-page web scavenger hunt allows students to visit websites that extend their knowledge of people, places, a
This product contains an engaging and interactive internet scavenger hunt for students to learn or review concepts relating to ecosystems. The scavenger hunt provides students with links to various websites and Study Jams videos to answer questions. The product covers the following topics: - Prod
Grades:
3rd - 5th
Students will use QR Codes to learn about Food Chains, Food Webs and the Energy Pyramids used within an Ecosystem! Students will review herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores. Take a deeper look into Food Chains: producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, tertiary consumers, and decomposers
Spark curiosity with a Geometry-based web online scavenger hunt. Who can answer the most questions correctly in the least amount of time? Individuals or teams could complete this as enrichment. Answers included!
Grades:
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This Web Literacy Scavenger Hunt is a fun way to introduce some of the basic terminology about the World Wide Web. This includes 15 questions that allow students to use their web navigation skills to explore and discover the answers, while improving their search techniques. This assignment is geared
This ten question scavenger hunt is a great activity for students to complete before Thanksgiving. There are a few questions that require students to subtract (dates). I use this after reading Balloons Over Broadway and watching a short video clip about the parade. For the answer key, click on th
This is an engaging activity for your students to learn about the leaders in Congress. Students will use the internet to complete a web quest either in the classroom or at home. Very specific directions are included for the students including links to websites for their search. This is a one page d
Who is Roald Dahl? Have students use the internet to search for information about famous author Roald Dahl on his official website. They can learn interesting background information about the man who wrote such amazing books as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, and James and the Giant Peac
Use these questions to get your students started learning about revered and controversial Mexican muralist Diego Rivera. This can be used as a review of information or as a self guided Internet Scavenger Hunt. My students really enjoyed exploring Diego Rivera online by themselves, and surprisingly
Grades:
7th - 12th
Build students' background knowledge to better prepare them for reading Dear Martin by Nic Stone. This introductory activity will have students learn about the author Nic Stone, Martin Luther King, Jr., privilege, and racial disparities in the prison system.This activity is designed to be flexible.
Because websites update and change regularly, I try to keep up with updating my scavenger hunts. However, please don't hesitate to message me when you find I've missed something! **Edited October 2018**This internet scavenger hunt allows students to visit websites that extend their knowledge of peop
Students use five provided web addresses to discover who Frederick Douglass was and why he was an important figure in American History. There are 13 short-answer questions. The preview includes three of the questions. *NOTE: Please remember to rate this activity once you have used it. Thank y
This activity is a great introduction to the life and work of Frida Kahlo! Students will search online to learn some basic facts about Frida. In addition, they'll look closely at two of her famous paintings and give opinions on what they think Frida was trying to express in her paintings. This is
Grades:
5th - 12th
This is an engaging Thanksgiving Web Quest in a PDF file with a link to a google doc of a web quest (or online scavenger hunt,) about Thanksgiving, past and present. They will find information about the Mayflower, Native American People, Pilgrims, and the Holiday itself. The file contains a link to
Nutrition on the Web: An Internet Scavenger Hunt 2 pages, plus a 2 page answer key and 1 title page PDF Format Additional Materials Needed: Internet Access This 2 page product is great for helping students find credible nutrition information on the internet. Students will explore reputable nutr
Grades:
7th - 10th
Send your students on web scavenger hunt to discover how people of the American Revolution lived. Navigating through Colonial Williamsburg's educational and interactive website, students will explore the world's largest living history museum. They will browse through primary source text, online obje
Grades:
6th - 12th
Great for a break from more romantic aspects of Valentine's Day or informational research and reading. Students will research questions about Al Capone and the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Students will learn a brief overview of Al Capone and the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. They will follow u
Directions: Use the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Texas Rangers page to find the answers to the questions below. Unit 07 Republic and Early Statehood Texas History Republic of Texas, Sam Houston, Mirabeau Lamar, David Burnett, German Immigrants, Mexico, Treaty of Velasco, Santa Anna, Debt, T
Website Credibility Analysis Scavenger Hunt Online Web quest 1-2 day activity dependingA 3 page pdf or 8 websites (links checked on validated on 1/19/2020) with questions to discuss and look for the validity and information on credibility on Furnetics, women and AIDS, revisionist history and the Hol
Students use the American Library Association website to complete a scavenger hunt to learn more about the John Newbery Medal, its history, Newbery Books and more!
There are many free web scavenger hunts available on the internet. I used ideas from several, but wanted it to be more personal for my students so modified it to meet that need. It is easily modified to personalize it to other situations as well, or leave it as is.
Grades:
6th - 9th

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