**You must have access to PebbleGo.com to use this webquest.**
I created this webquest to help learn about tolerance and sportsmanship. The log-in directions are at the top of the page (please make sure your students have the username and password to pebblego.com). Students read the information and answer the questions from the webquest.
There are 2 webquests- one for tolerance and one for sportsmanship. In my experience, these can take 30-45 minutes, especially at the beginning of the school year. If this is your first one of the year, I would suggest modeling it and/or doing it together the first time.
I have listed this for K-3, but K-1 will need help if you plan to do this at the beginning of the year. For K-1, you could model note-taking, have parent volunteers help, do in groups, or see if they can complete at the end of the year. Your gifted students may also enjoy getting to do research and exploring on this student-friendly site.
This is a great tool to teach note-taking and to provide scaffolding to students for reading comprehension. The students LOVE getting to use the computers for this!
The last question is an "apply" question to get students thinking about what they read and learned.