Similar to a webquest, an internet scavenger hunt allows students to use educational websites in order to explore their standards. An internet scavenger hunt allows students to explore websites in order to answer questions or complete activities. This one is about the ways animals and plants adapt to protect themselves.Topics include hibernation, migration, mimicry,and many more.
An internet scavenger hunt is similar to a webquest, in that students will use the internet to find information. However, internet scavenger hunts are designed for students to search for specific answers, rather than creating an open ended project. Internet scavenger hunts can be done as a whole class, in small groups, individually and even at home.
This activity is meant to be printed and written on. Answer key is attached.
These can be done at school, or at home, independently, in groups, with a teacher or parent, in many different ways to fit the needs of your students.