Pigs, Pigs, Pigs. KINDERGARTEN WEBQUEST Developed by Rachael Vick Panter Elementary Table of Contents. Table of Contents. Title Page Overview Introduction Process Visit a pig farm Pig facts Learn the parts of a pig Pig sounds and food Pig jigsaw puzzle Pig games Think time Task
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Developed by Rachael Vick
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Farmer Brown needs your help. He has no one to take care of his pigs. He is really busy with all of the other animals. He has hired you to take care of the pigs.
To be able to take care of the pigs you need to find out all that you can about them. You will need to know what they eat, what their babies are called, where they live and what things that they like to do.
You will need a parent or a teacher to help you with these activities. First you will need to search the web to find out all the pig facts that you can. Then you can play some pig games on the web. After you know all that you can about pigs, you will make a book with all the facts that you know.
Click on the pig to visit a pig farm and learn how to take care of Farmer Brown’s pigs.
Click on the pigs to learn some things that they like to eat and to hear pig sounds.
Use pencils, crayons, markers, and paper to create a book about pigs. You will need to include a cover page with the title and your name. In the book you will need to include facts about pigs and how you will take care of Farmer Brown’s pigs. Also you will need to draw pictures of pigs in your book.
Check your Work!Did you include:__your name?__title for your book?__illustration of a pig?__information you learned about pigs?__how you will take care of Farmer Brown’s pigs?__your best work?Read your book with a friend when you finish.
Great Job! I hoped that you have learned a lot about pigs and how to care for them. For another activity you could write a story about a pig in your journal. I hope that you continue to learn about other farm animals as well.