Meaningful computer activity, research using the internet, and chocolate! Ever wonder how this amazing product reaches our stores? This 2 page WebQuest gives your students an opportunity to learn about this rich confection and trace it to the roots of its beginning. The website has a "hands-on" section that takes the learner through the steps of the process. It is an engaging site that the students interact with each step of the way. Your students practice reading for information and their research skills as they learn all about the making of chocolate.
An Answer key and an optional word find that reviews some of the vocabulary is included.
Looking for more WebQuests?
The WebQuest, Declaration of Independence is available at the following link
WebQuest: Declaration Of Independence Grades 4-7
This WebQuest can be purchased as part of a bundle of 11 WebQuests about events and people that played a pivotal role in the Revolution.
A Bundled Collection Of 11 WebQuests-All About the American Revolution
There is also a collection that includes the webquests, a bingo game, and taskcards covering the same material.
The Ultimate Bundled Package to Teach and Review the American Revolution.
The task cards are located at the following link.
Social Studies Task Cards-American Revolution Events and People
If you're looking for a fun, different project using technology, you might want to give this a try.
Lesson in Designing a Bar Graph in Excel 2007
Another one you might find interesting is,
Language,Social Studies,Computer Project -Teaching with Power Point "Who Am I?"
For a preview of all my WebQuests, click on the following link
Mrs. Mc's WebQuests