This scavenger hunt activity and digital bulletin board is perfect for spring library time! Scroll it on a loop while students check out or during library downtimes. It includes a scavenger hunt, fun facts, trivia, booktalks, and more!
Includes two differentiated Scavenger Hunts, Recommended Reads, fun facts, trivia, and more!
This product has 66 slides & pages, and includes:
- 56-slide presentation in Microsoft PowerPoint + Google Slides
- All body text is editable; you choose which slides you want to use.
- 52 slides are the Digital Bulletin Board “scrolling slides” for students to view.
- This presentation is for entertainment and communication. Students will learn a lot about the science of spring, but it is NOT meant to be a formal library lesson.
- Two (2) editable, differentiated scavenger hunts (3 pages, PowerPoint and PDF)
- Students “hunt” for images and information in the Part 2 scrolling slides part of the presentation. This gives students something to focus on during library checkout and downtime.
- “Easier” version – Students color the objects as they find them.
- “Harder” version – Students answer questions about the information in the slides, plus find smaller images.
- Answer key is included.
- List of 26 recommended books to accompany this lesson (1 page, PowerPoint and PDF)
- The list is editable and great to hand out to parents, teachers, and students looking for related books.
- Google Classroom Basics (4 pages, PDF)
- Instructions on how to set up PowerPoint slide timings for digital bulletin boards (2 pages, PDF)
52 Digital Bulletin Board Slides:
- Vocabulary Words of the Week: “equinox” and “colony”
- Idioms: “spring fever” and “spring to mind”
- 6 spring trivia questions + answer slides
- 2 spring Would-You-Rathers
- 5 spring Did-You-Knows
- spring in the northern and southern hemispheres
- What are these animal babies called? – includes 7 photos of adorable animal babies
- Do earthworms have eyes?
- Are snails and slugs the same animal?
- How long did the world’s longest recorded rainbow last?
- Daylight Saving Time
- Why are rainbows certain colors?
- How do butterflies eat?
- What are the world’s oldest plants?
- Which mosquitoes bite? Which do not bite?
- Scientists believe today’s birds evolved from what animal?
- Bird sciences – ornithology, oology, plumology
- Daily and weekly schedule
- Library and school announcement template slides
- This week’s birthdays
AASL National School Library Standards – See the AASL Standards Framework for Learners to view full text.
- Inquire – C.1. – D.1.
- Explore – A.1. – C.1.
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