Presentation on theme: "Kindergarten WebQuest"— Presentation transcript:
1 Kindergarten WebQuest IntroductionMy Five SensesTaskProcessKindergarten WebQuestStephanie RoaEvaluationConclusion
2 Introduction Introduction Task If you get lost on our journey, click one of the Five Sense to the left to take you back to where you need to go! For further questions contact Ms. Stephanie atHey Kids! Grab your binoculars, put on your jungle hat, and come join our explorer team, search for animals, and what they do during their day. While we are on our journey, can you identify each of the five senses?Let’s go!ProcessEvaluationConclusion
3 Your Tasks Write and define our five senses; bring to class! IntroductionYour TasksTaskWrite and define our five senses; bring to class!Make a poster with a group of five students each having a different sense. Add lots of pictures of activities to do with each sense to show understanding.Bring one small thing that is your favorite for each sense for an About Me activity. Five items total!ProcessEvaluationConclusion
4 PROCESS There are eight steps! IntroductionPROCESSThere are eight steps!After each step, return to “Process” tab to move on.For grading go to: “Evaluation” tabTaskStep 1: Surf the web!Find out what our five senses are,write them down, and define each.Step 7: Gather up your group and surf the web some more! Look at the different senses, find what we can do with each; Create a poster!Draw or print lots of pictures of activities we can do with each one!ProcessStep 8: Find one item for each ofyour senses that is your favorite!EvaluationClick on each of the explorers to lead you into the jungle!Two Questions:1. What animal?2. What sense?Step 6: MonicaConclusionStep 2: JamesStep 4: XavierStep 5: TonyStep 3: Lily
5 Evaluation Area 1 2 3 4 5 Total Points Possible: 20 0 of 5 items IntroductionEvaluationHow was your journey? What did you learn about the five senses on your way?TaskArea12345Total Points Possible: 20Name the five SensesName 0 of the 5 sensesName 1 of the 5 sensesName 2 of the 5 sensesName 3 of the 5 sensesName 4 of the 5 sensesName all 5 senses: Touch, Taste, Hear, Smell, SightDefine what each sense isKnows 0 of what the 5 senses is used forKnows what 1 of the 5 senses is used forKnows what 2 of the 5 senses are used forKnows what 3 of the 5 senses are used forKnows what 4 of the 5 senses are used forKnows what all of the senses are used forPoster Content0-1 sense labeled with no pictures1-2 senses labeled with few pictures2-3 senses labeled with few pictures3-4 senses labeled with few pictures4-5 senses labeled with many picturesEach of the 5 senses labeled with many pictures“About Me” activity items0 of 5 items1 of 5 items2 of 5 items3 of 5 items4 of 5 items5 of 5 itemsProcessEvaluationConclusion
6 Conclusion Introduction WE DID IT! That was great! We have seen a variety of animals and learned about our five senses as well!1. Are you able to name all five senses?2. Do you know what each of them is used for?3. Can you pick out specific activities we can do for each?TaskDouble check:Your senses and definitionsknow them for classYour poster is labeled and has lots of picturesfor the five senses- Five different items that are your favoriteProcessEvaluationConclusion
7 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Can you identify these graceful animals drinking at the river?Task1. Their hearing?a. LionsBoy, they sure are thirsty and love fresh water! What sense is used to drink water?2. Their smell?b. Giraffes3. Their sight?c. BearsProcess4. Their touch?d. Zebras5. Their taste?EvaluationConclusion
8 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Boy, these flowers and plants suresmell beautiful! Can you find which sense our animal friend is using to sniff these flowers?ProcessEvaluation1. His taste2. His hearingWhat type of animal is that peeking through the brush?3. His sightConclusion4. His touch5. His smella. Elephantb. Hippopotamusc. Horsed. Rhinoceros
9 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Whoa! He is looking right at us! Do you know what sense he is using to look at us?What animal do you see in this jungle floor brush setting?a. Rattle SnakeTaskb. A Lizardc. An Alligatord. A Frog1. His tasteProcess2. His sight3. His hearing4. His touch5. His smellEvaluationConclusion
10 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion Cool! He is hanging from that tree branch! What sense would we use to feel and hang like him?EvaluationCan you identify the animal is this picture?a. Koala BearConclusion1. His sight?b. Monkey2. His taste?c. Lizard3. His hearing?d. Sloth4. His touch?5. His smell?
11 Introduction Task Process Evaluation Conclusion What type of animals are these flying around and sitting in the trees of the forest?These animals aremaking such lovelysounds! They canmake specific soundsso they can listen to each other. What are they using?a. MonkeysEvaluationb. Birdsc. Cheetahsd. BugsConclusion1. Their taste2. Their hearing3. Their touch4. Their smell5. Their sight
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