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It also gives students many websites to utilize during this scavenger hunt.
They accomplish this by hunting the numbers at random in various places. How can you integrate scavenger hunts into your future classroom? History, Writing Student Name: Students are required to write the name of the person to whom the clue indicates. After they find the answers they fill in the blanks on the sheet and the assignment is complete.
In this activity students are asked questions and they are guided to the scholastic website. Kevin Sario To check out this scavenger hunt on mathematicians, go to The big concept is that the students will be introduced to and aware of different art Egyptian and Renaissance and artists.
This science activity will guide the students through the different systems found throughout the human body skeletal, circulatory, muscular, respiratory, digestive, immune, excretory and nervous.
Once they have found all the missing numbers they will see the number square with ocm the numbers in order Analysis Multiple Intelligence s: The My Lungs website: OR Use the printer friendly worksheets. To turn extt into a link, highlight the hompage, then click on a page or file from the list above.
It is for students in fourth to fifth grade science. Students go to website listed below and answer questions presented by clicking on given links. Reading and Writing Student Name: Mathematics and Language Arts Student Name: Description of lesson or activity: After the students have completed this activity I would have them write a story about how they can impact their communities in the future like the Black history leaders they learned about.
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The Scavenger hunt is about the human body. Students will be able to research questions alone or in a group at computers. Reading, Language Arts Student Name: Student will navigate web sites about the United States to gather information on the processes our founding fathers had to encounter when trying to make break away from English Rule.
It can be re-written more thantimes. Why was the king disappointed in his daughter in the Frog Prince. This Scavenger Hunt guides students through the fascinating human body! Computer information is stored digitally, whereas information transmitted over telephone lines is transmitted in the form of analog waves. Intrapersonal, Interpersonal Learning Style s: Links to answers also include pictures and animations.
You will learn lots of interesting stuff.
Students learn vocabulary associated with the solar system and meteors. Students will research the information online by following the websites given at each section. The world wide was created in As with CD-R, users can write only once to this disk. Linguistic, interpersonal Learning Style s: Ada suggested to Babbage writing a plan for how the engine might calculate Bernoulli numbers.
There are about twenty questions to be answered, and each question indicates under which link the information can be found.
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It exh requires them to do a more indept reading of the websites because they will sometimes have to connect the information to other information, and make inquiries. It could be done through a class discussion as well.
Internet Scavenger Hunts & Problem Research Activities
This hunt gives children insight into reading, understanding, and using the information on nutrition labels. Data collection, information access, reading, writing Other Subject Areas included in lesson: Reading, writing, Health Student Cohoga The one designed for younger kids is basically a question and homepxge of a few words. Paste it in a word processing document. Vicky Goldenberg Description of Lesson or Activity: Linguistic, Spatial coloring in pictures Learning Style s: Linguistic writing down their information, reading and understanding the information found on invenf websiteslogical-mathematical students are able to comprehend the information found on the websitebodily-kinesthetic actually going about researching on the computerintrapersonal working alone to complete the assignment.
This scavenger hunt will be used as a introduction activity to a social studies lesson on Political Parties and American Government.
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