20 printable pages to engage your students in Internet Research on Measurement (as homework or in a computer lab). Students use a phone, tablet or laptop to search online about the measureable height, weight, distance, number of wings or legs, and more. Students research through informational text to discover the distance around the earth, the weight of the heaviest animal, the height of the tallest flag pole, how fast a squid can swim, the wing beats per second of a hummingbird, how long a mosquito lives, what is the biggest spider, and more. Students search the internet looking for answers to measurement questions about buildings, firetrucks, school, bugs, birds, mammals, reptiles, spiders, fish, and more.
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If you want more INTERNET RESEARCH packets, then take a look at the rest of this series:
Internet Research on US Presidents
Internet Research on Scientists
Internet Research on Civil Rights Leaders
Internet Research on Sea Animals
Internet Research on Reptiles and Amphibians
Internet Research on Birds
Internet Research on Mammals
Internet Research on Measurement