Sponges, or Porifera:
Cnidaria, Coelenterates,Stinging Celled Animals:
Annelida, or SegmentedWorms:
COMPOUND WORD PRACTICE:
* Revolutionary War Topics
* Boston Massacre
* Stamp Act
*Boston Tea Party
*Lexington and Concord
*Battles at Breed’s Hill and Bunker Hill
*General George Washington & Thomas Paine
*Declaration of Independence
A. Use ONLY the following Website to answer the following questions inyour packet:
1. Pumpkins originated in what country? _____________2. Pumpkins are______percent water.3. Pumpkins are a_________. (a)fruit (b) vegetable (c) bread (d)meat4. About 90-95% of the processed pumpkins in the United States aregrown in which state? ______________________5. Native Americans used pumpkin seeds for _____________ and___________.6. Pumpkins contain potassium and Vitamin ______.
B. Use THIS website to find the answers to thesepumpkin questions in your packet:
7. The largest pumpkin ever grown weighed___________________ pounds.8. This pumpkin was recorded on October 15,_______________.9. This was the first time that the grower was from _______________________.10. This annual contest takes place at the__________________ ___________________ ______________________ ____________________________.11. Most giant pumpkins are grown from the_____________________ GiantPumpkin Seeds.
Use this websiteto fill in the chart that is in your packet. The ‘#’ means ‘pounds’.
Varieties of Pumpkins Chart
GEOLOGICAL PROCESSES Websites:
· This PBS site provides basic biographical information on Alfred Wegener and Harry Hess, a plate tectonic activity, and interactive visuals of different types of plate movements and resulting formations.
-History of the Earth Web-quest
http://www.kidsgeo.com/geology-for-kids/0037-the-earth-earth-inside-out.php -Layers of the Earth
· This site covers plate tectonics and convergent, divergent, and transform boundaries.
· This site covers earthquakes.
· It includes really neat learning links, activities, animations,puzzles, etc.
· This site is great because it shows where earthquakes are taking place currently, recent earthquakes, and the probability of an earthquake occurring at any location within 24 hours.
· This site covers volcanoes.
· You can click on states to learn more information about the volcanoes in that particular state.
-Earthquakes and Volcanoes
· This is a good site, but a bit more difficult to navigate. The kids will need to use the bar to the far left and click on “Geology.”
· A lot of the information comes from USGS.