Remember Our Soldiers
Materials for experiential,active learners
Mrs. Portulaca Purpilopilis
and the Purple Adventure Goggles
Facts to Wow your Friends!
(New: Sample Iditarod Webquest!)
History For Kids
Tween Tribune-News Stories for Student
DogoNews: Fodder for Young Minds
Time for Kids-Around the World
BBC Website for Kids
Gail Skroback Hennessey
Go on a cybersafari to learn about the leopard!
1. Related to the jaguar, the leopard's flower shaped spots are called ____________________.Each is like a human fingerprint-no two are alike. Unlike other animals in the cat family, leopards do like _________________.Find the answers at this link: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-leopard.html
2. Carnivores(meat eaters), what are four creatures leopards like to eat?__________________ What do leopards use to grab their prey?_______________. Up to what speeds can leopards run?____________Find the answers at this link: http://www.sandiegozoo.org/animalbytes/t-leopard.html
There are 8 webquestions
Notes: I usually have small groups work on a webquest and then we regroup and review the answers. Additionally, students can make a short comprehension review to exchange with another group to answer.
Pretend you are a leopard. Tell about a day in your life-what did you do, see, hear, etc. Include 5 facts learned about leopards in your story.
Draw a picture of a leopard. Write 4 facts learned from the webquest on your drawing.
Try this online leopard puzzler:http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/games/puzzlesquizzes/snow-leopard-puzzler/
There are 8 extension activities