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Webquest or Internet Scavenger Hunt Grades 5-10

Webquests are are a great way for your students to leatn how to search the internet for sources to use in writing and research. Get this webquest to make engaged productive learners of your students. This product has many opportunities for your students to optimize their research skills. If you are satisfied with this webquest you will find many more at my online shop for extremely reasonable prices.

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from Classroom Freebies

Free Internet Scavenger Hunt for Geographical Features of the United States

Free Internet Scavenger Hunt for Geographical Features of the United States with three different versions including QR codes, a PDF version and a DOC type on version. Great for technology integration.

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Challenge your students to find the author of these fictional book settings. This freebie from the Library Patch is perfect for your fast finishers!!

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from My Kids' Adventures

Ten Fun Scavenger Hunt Ideas for Your Kids

10 scavenger hunt ideas (with printable checklists) to do right now with your kids. Tips and tricks to help you create your own scavenger hunt anytime.

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A Scavenger Hunt to celebrate reading Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library by Chris Grabenstein. This was the sixth book in our Paper Bag Book Club!

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from blog.reallygoodstuff.com

How to Create an Internet Scavenger Hunt

Create an Internet scavenger hunt about your current science topic to integrate technology into the lesson.

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FREE. Grocery Shopping Scavenger Hunt. Great way to structure your next field trip to the grocery store. You could also use this same worksheet using coupon flyers. Very visual and practical. Perfect for middle and high school special education students. Get your FREE copy at: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Grocery-Scavenger-Hunt-566045

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