Using Area and Perimeter to Design a Fun House
Congratulations!  You have been selected to design a get-away house for you and a friend. To get ready for this special assignment, you and your partner must be sure that you have the skills that you, the architects, will need. A solid understanding of area and perimeter is required. Your final product will be a floor plan and a drawing of how your house will look from the front.

Aerodynamic Adventure
In July 1937, Amelia Earhart attempted the first round-the-world flight via the equator with navigator Frederick J. Noonan. Her plane mysteriously disappeared after takeoff from New Guinea.

This webquest begins your aerodynamic adventure to assist Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan in a successful completion of their flight. Your group of investigating aviators must complete a training process to develop skills that will enable you to simulate the flight of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan in 1939. Your skills should help in analyzing what you believe happened to the lofty two. You must enter the navigator training area in Plane Math Activities.

Travel back through time to learn about dinosaurs! The purpose of this expedition is to learn about the size, shape, movement, and food of dinosaurs!

The Home Team
An Internet Activity about Math, Baseball & the San Francisco Giants! created by Linda Uhrenholt, Pacific Bell Education First. Introduction quoted:
"Take me out to the ballgame. Take me out to the crowd...."You can't help humming that tune while on your way to see the San Francisco Giants baseball team! Aunt Rosemary from Ohio is in town and wanted to take you to a Giants game. Unfortunately, the game was starting during your MATH class! However, your parents and math teacher gave you permission to attend the game with special conditions.

The deal is that you will report back to the rest of the math class all the different ways mathematics is used in the game of baseball. This should be a no brainer, or at least you hope!

"Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks, I don't care if I never get back...."

Miss K's Geometry Scavenger Hunt
Have you ever wondered how much information about Geometry can be found on the Internet? This scavenger hunt will send you on an Internet adventure to find a wide variety of geometry topics and information. Are you up for the challenge? Well what are you waiting for?

Positively Trashy
In "Positively Trashy" students will: complete a trash survey, "participate in a Town Meeting (desktop video conferencing), contribute to a recycling database, engage in "global classroom" keypal exchange." Students will learn about the impact trash has on the environment as they record the amount of trash collected in their homes during a 24 hour period. The data will then be entered into a group database and shared with other participants in the project.

Personal Finance WebQuest
In society today, we believe the more money you get the more you have. This is not always true! Once we obtain wealth; often times, we are not given information on how to keep wealth. You are going to learn about personal finances and how to best manage your money.

Quilting Our Way Through Geometry
Do you have a quilt, afghan, or blanket that was made by a grandmother, a great-grandmother, or someone else special to you? It makes you feel special, doesn't it? Quilts are important for several reasons. They tell history. They are family heirlooms. Quilts even keep us warm.  Quilts also have many geometric qualities. Today you will venture into the world of quilting in order to learn more about geometry. 

This Land is Your Land
"This land is your land and this land is my land. It's OUR home! However, each year, Americans generate millions of pounds of trash..." During this project you will work with a team of students, to research the problem. After gathering information using the on-line resources at NC Wise Owl, you will download and play the Recycle Game with the goal of cleaning up the city within a budget of $200,000. This Land is Your Land

Travel Money
Have you ever had a vacation that lasted longer than your money? Unless money is no object, budgeting the amount you will need to spend on transportation, meals, lodging and recreation is the first step in creating a successful trip.