Did you know that people actually thought that the airplane would have not real purpose? Less than 10 people showed up for the Wright Brothers attempt to make history on that December 17, 1903, morning. This informative web quest will help students learn about the Wright Brothers and their first flight. Extension activities as well as additional links for information are also provided as is the key. Several common core standards are addressed as well.
Other resources you may find of interest:
1. 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
2. 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! Comprehension questions/extension activities, key. Bessie Coleman, Aviator: A Reader's Theater Script
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