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These could be done in groups or individually. I found this on the Scholastic’s web site. The information they record in their passport will be used in a creative writing activity – Journey Across America.

Bats – Frayer facts model – doc pdf. I think this scavenger hunt would be valuable to homepgae students because they can easily learn about Veteren’s Day. They will also be given questions to continue answering in small groups as they take their trip.

It can be re-written up to about 1, times. The students will complete a scavenger hunt learning about the human body. At this website they are given stories to to try and answer the questions using their logic skills. It also requires them to do a more indept reading of the websites because they will sometimes have to connect the information homrpage other information, and make inquiries.


The topic is easily relatable to the students’ everyday life and the big question gives students the opportunity to draw connections between animals and humans. There are about twenty questions to be answered, and each question indicates under which link the information can be found.

Other Subject Areas Included in Lesson: With this Scavenger Hunt, the students will follow ohmepage links and answer questions about geometry. Pages Images and files. Completing an Internet hunt will develop your web browsing skills.

Save frequently as you work. It also challenges students to describe why this would be important in relation to human disease. Or perhaps you have the resources to record verbal answers. What does modem stand for anyway?

What does GUI pronounced “goo-ey” mean? Once they have found all the missing numbers they will see the number square with all the numbers in order The scavenger hunt asks various questions to further educate the students about the setting of the story as well different type of events in the story.

Scavenger Hunt

How can you integrate scavenger hunts into your future classroom? Submit your document via electronic dropbox or email attachment.

For this activity, students will access this scavenger hunt to learn more about dinosaurs. What is the general location of the Sioux tribe? Trees lineage activity Tree Mapping activity.


Internet Scavenger Hunts & Problem Research Activities

Students will research the information online by following the websites given at each section. Basically this is a great scavenger hunt for children to gain internet strategies and can be given as homework by teachers to promote the student’s use of technology.

Language Arts, Student Name: In the eight inch floppy disk drive was introduced by IBM. There isn’t a big question on this particular scavenger hunt. Each second contains 75 sectors, each of which can hold bytes Visual Capability of Tool: This scavenger hunt would be good for students in grades After they find the answers they fill in the blanks on the sheet and the assignment is complete. Highest Level of Bloom’s Taxonomy reached: Birds of Wetlands Facts Table Activity.

Spatial, linguistic Learning Style s: They can answer the questions to find out interesting information and facts about them and the time periods during which they lived.

Add to it whatever you like — a “Home” link, a navigation section, a link to your favorite web sites, or anything else.