Two internet activities.
1.) Mineral Properties Webquest - Students visit two websites to find examples of minerals and their uses in daily life. The final website goes through the types of rocks. 18 items total
Also has an "Extra Time Activity"
This assignment compliments a study of the Lost Colony of Roanoke in North Carolina. With the first website, students have to find the information needed to plan a visit to see the play, The Lost Colony. The second website focuses on modern
This is a great webquest to introduce or review the early settlement of North Carolina. It starts with the Lords Proprietors and go to the first capital of NC. Students also plan a visit to Tryon Palace and think critically about the pattern of
This internet assignment of 15 questions leads students through a website focusing on details regarding fat, carbohydrates, protein and vitamins. This could be used as a introductory activity or a review activity. There is also an extra time
This is designed to be used with the Houghton Mifflin Reading textbook: 4th grade. The board is divided into four skills: Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Comprehension, and Writing. There are three levels of activities for each skill.
This activity has 7 centers students can choose from to review the food groups and benefits of each food group. This activity should be used after students are comfortable with the food groups and have learned about the main nutrient each food
Students go through the slide show on the website and answer the questions as they go. Answers are in order. Some of the questions are questions embedded in the slide show, but most are based on information from the slides. Extra time assignment
This is a set of 4 reading logs to be used in rotation. One sheet is used per week. Each night the student records his/her reading on the sheet. The student also chooses one of two questions to answer. The questions are different each night and
This is great way to liven up end of year ELA review. Students go around the room finding other classmates who can answer one of fifteen review topics (like explaining the steps to making an inference) and then complete one of the physical