NOT JUST FOR EARTH DAY.Learn about the history of Earth Day and, our planet, EARTH, with this informative web quest. There are 16 web questions as well as comprehension questions and a Did You Know? fun fact section. The teacher page includes extension activities, the key, and additional links. Great for a Friday activity! There is also a bonus section on the topic of PLASTIC Straws and the Topic of Should Helium Balloons be Banned from the Sky?
These resources would go great with this resource:
1. Have students learn about the ocean:Check out my webquest on the
Oceans of the world: There are 9
informative web questions. Fun Facts, comprehension questions,extension
2. Studying the ocean? Looking for a resource for Earth Day or World Ocean Day? Need a biography to use with your students? Introduce your students to Jacques Cousteau with this informative Reader’s Theater Script. Oceanographer, photographer, scientist, inventor, writer and filmmaker, Cousteau spent his life studying the oceans and the marine life that lived in the oceans. His books and films on his studies sparked much interest in our oceans and created an awareness about the need for marine conservation.
Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee Talk Show Series where Jacques Cousteau is a guest on her talk show and answers questions of her studio audience. There are 10 audience questioners, a Did You Know? section, comprehension questions, a teacher section with extension activities, links and the key: Jacques Cousteau
3. Check out my web quest on Antarctica: Antarctica! A geographical
webquest which introduces kids to the continent of Antarctica. There are
10 web quests(with lots of information in the questions), 14 Did You
Know? facts, comprehension questions(including several “thought
question"), a teacher page with a number of extension activities,
additional links and key: Antarctica: A Webquest: Antarctica