Wacky Plant Adaptations - Fun Webquest Reading Internet Research Activity
Did you know that the skunk cabbage plant can actually melt snow? Did you know that the largest flower in the world can weigh up to 24 pounds?
Your students will have fun learning wacky plant adaptations as they reinforce their reading and research skills.
There are 15 items for students to answer about strange plant adaptations. The format includes extended response items and fill in the blank. Kid-friendly graphics have been added, and a complete answer key is included.
The activity includes a handy internet search guide to help them find information about wacky plant adaptations more quickly.
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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