Candy Webquest Reading Internet Research Activity Common Core
Do you know how the Snickers candy bar got its name? What candy was the first to be eaten in outer space?
Your students will have fun learning about candy as they reinforce their reading and research skills as they learn working through this webquest.
This reading research webquest includes a handy internet search guide to help them find information about candy more quickly. There are 15 items about candy for students to answer as they read facts online. This webquest includes extended response items, fill in the blank, and one multiple choice question. Student-friendly graphics have been added, and a complete answer key is included. Be sure to check out my other reading webquests about a variety of topics.
Teach your students how to effectively use targeted keywords to make their internet search activities go smoothly.
Check out my How To Search the Internet Powerpoint Lesson.
♥Having many webquests available allows students choice regarding the topic of their learning. Check out my other webquests on TPT:
Wacky Food Facts Webquest - Internet Research Activity
Donuts Doughnuts Webquest - Internet Research Activity
Chocolate Webquest - Internet Research Activity
Ice Cream Treats Webquest - Internet Research Activity
Wacky Snack Food Facts Webquest - Internet Webquest Activity
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