Chocolate Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt Common Core Reading Lesson
Why does chocolate melt in your mouth? Do you know how M&Ms got their name? Why are those foil-wrapped chocolate Hershey candies called kisses?
Your students will have fun learning about chocolate as they reinforce their reading and research skills using this webquest lesson. This chocolate webquest includes a handy internet search guide to help them find information more quickly. There are 17 chocolate related items for students to answer in this webquest lesson.
The format includes multiple choice items, extended response, true/false, or fill in the blank. Kid-friendly graphics have been added throughout the webquest, and a complete answer key is included.
I suggest using Google Safe Search Kids
to help students find the information.
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:
Fun Food Facts Bundle of 8 Webquest Research Activities - No Prep
Check out my other webquests on TPT:
Wacky Food Facts Webquest Reading/Research Activity
Popcorn Webquest - Reading Internet Research Activity
Cool Candy Facts Webquest
Donuts Doughnuts Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt
Gum Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt
Ice Cream Treats Webquest Internet Scavenger Hunt
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.
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