Lewis and Clark:Go on the Expedition( A Webquest/Extension Activities)
On February 28, 1803, President Thomas Jefferson got approval by the Congress for an expedition to explore the lands of the Louisiana Purchase. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark and about 31 other men began the journey. Originally given $2500, the final cost of this trip came to around $38,000. Learn about the Lewis and Clark expedition with this fun and informative webquest. I have also included several extension activites/resources.
1.Learn about Sacagawea with this Reader's Theater Script. Sacagawea is a guest on a talk show and the studio audience asks questions about her life and contributions to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. There are 10 questioners, a Did You Know? fun fact section, comprehension questions, a teacher page with extension activities, the key and additional links.
Sacagawea, A Reader's Theater Script
2. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series of plays, Lewis Meriwether and William Clark are guests on Ms. Bie Ografee's Talk Show. They share information about their expedition to explore the Louisiana Territory. There is a Did You Know? section of fun facts, reading comprehension questions and a teacher section with lots of extension activities, links and the key.Lewis and Clark, A Reader's Theater Script
You may also find these resources for American History of interest:
1. Learn about the White House with 10 informative web questions, comprehension and discussion questions and several extension activities.White House, A Webquest
2. Learn about U.S. Landmarks with this fun/informative web quest. There are 12 web questions and extension activities. US Landmarks, A Webquest
3. Learn about the Mayflower and the Pilgrims with this informative web quest!There are ten informative text web quests,extension activities,fun facts. Skills include:reading for information and using research/computer skills. Mayflower and Pilgrim Webquest
4. Did you know that people actually thought that the airplane would have no real purpose? Less than 10 people showed up for the Wright Brothers attempt to make history on that December 17, 1903, morning. Using this webquest students will learn about the Wright Brothers and their first flight. Extension activities,additional links and key are included.
5. Try this informative web quest on the Civil War.I've also included a number of extension activities and resource links.Civil War, A Webquest
6. Wish to to practice oral reading fluency in Language Arts and want a biographical play?Try this fun and information play based on the To Tell the Truth Game Show. Students in grades 4-up will have fun acting out their parts and learning interesting facts about Amelia Earhart. Comprehension/discussion questions/ extension activities and links,too. Amelia Earhart, A Reader's Theater Script
7. Use this informative Reader's Theater Script to learn about Bessie Coleman. Bessie was the first African American female pilot in the U.S. A. AND the first AMERICAN to receive an international pilot's license! Great for Black History Month in February or Women's History Month in March. Comprehension questions/extension activities, key. Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series.Bessie Coleman, A Reader's Theater Script
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