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Arts and Months Internet Hunt Activities created by Cindy O'Hora

The Internet is an enormous collection of answers. The challenge is to find them. Completing an internet hunt will develop your web browsing skills. You will learn lots of interesting stuff. You will harness powerful web site tools like databases to obtain fresh information. You will use this data to answer challenging, thinking required questions. Oh, what fun! Before you begin, broaden your web browsing skills by checking out my tips on Getting Back.

How to Use: Create a link from your class/school web page to this index page or to the individual hunt page.
Bookmark this site. OR You can type the address of a hunt page in the browser location bar. Print the hunt web page(s)
for an answer sheet or use the printer friendly worksheets, or Use a digital format. Follow the directions on the individual hunt pages.

Goldilocks Web tip: You can easily adjust your view of the text on a page. If you think the words are too small: Safari - Go: View .. Make Text bigger or Mac - hold down the command key command key and press the + key (plus sign) or Windows use Ctrl & + key. Firefox - Go: View .. Text Size. Conversely, if you think it is too big do the same, but choose smaller or Mac command key .. - (minus sign) or Windows: Ctrl .. - minus sign key. Look for this feature on other browsers so you can make your view .. just right!

Reason obeys itself: Ignorance submits to what is dictated to it. Thomas Paine

Months & Holidays

April Internet Hunt

April 2 Internet Activity

April Civics Activity - Elections

August Internet Scavenger Hunt

Autumn Internet Hunt

Constitution Day & Civics Hunts 3rd-6 | 5th up

December Civics

December Holidays Hunt

December Math Activities

Earth Day - Environment Hunt

Election Day - Elections and Terms in Office

February Internet Hunt

February Civics Activity | February Civics activity 2

Flag Day Facts hunt flag

Holiday Origins Hunt

January Internet Hunt

January Civics Activity

June Internet Facts Hunt

July Internet Facts Hunt rigor raised

March Internet Hunt - science, music, social studies

March Internet Activity 2

March Civics Activity - Women in government

Make your own Month themed Internet Hunt

May Fact Finder

May Internet Activity #2

May Civics Exploration

Native Americans - outstanding people

New Hunt - learn something new each time. utd 7/06

New Year Celebrations Comparison Diagram project

November Facts Hunt

November Civics Hunt

October Facts Internet Hunt

October Facts Internet Hunt 2 - higher order thinking

October Civics and History Activity

Presidents Day Hunt

September Civics Activity

September Internet Activity

September Science

Spring Stuff Internet Investigation

Thanksgiving Fun Hunt

Winter Facts Hunt

Women's History Month

Women of Science exploration

Women Leaders of the World

The Arts Off site:

American Visual Artists - a feast for the eyes

Artists of Pennsylvania Internet Research Activity

Music Artists of PA Activity

Explore a Post Impressionist Artist site

Sing a Song of State Facts project

Copyright Internet Hunt


Winter Song Project

Crossing the Delaware: A Visual Myth or Reality?

SAT: Why Memorize What You Can Rock?

Careers in Dance

Science of Music - Exploratorium projects and exhibits

The Future Channels videos

"Learning is not so much an additive process, with new learning simply piling up on top of existing knowledge, as it is an active, dynamic process in which the connections are constantly changing and the structure reformatted." K. Patricia Cross

tiny gold star Frequently Asked Questions about these hunts. I do not provide answer keys.

tiny gold star As I work on the web I come across hundreds of remarkable web sites. I have collected a many of them in these links.

Preparing Your Daughter or Son for the Next Century

Many thanks to WBRE for the feature article in Making the Grade.

Hunts: Science / Arts / Social Studies / Months & Holidays / Literature / Civics Projects and Essays / Computer

Terms of Use: I am providing many of the hunts in PDF. You'll need a free pdf program to use them like Adobe Acrobat Reader.
You may print the pdf copy for an answer sheet in a class.

tree icon Save a tree - use a Digital Answer Format - Highlight the text. Copy it. Paste it in a word processing document. Save the document in your folder. Answer on the word processing document in a contrasting color (not yellow) or font (avoid Symbol, blackmore, brodfont dear or other ornate artistic fonts). Save frequently as you work. Enter your name and the date, in the header of the document. Submit your document via electronic dropbox or email attachment. Bad things happen. Save a copy of your work on your computer.


Study Web excellence award

Web Wizard recognition

Adding Wisdom Award

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1999-2023, Cynthia J. O'Hora. Updated June 2023, posted 3/1999

January 7th, 2007 - I have decided to release some of my works to public domain. Others are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License.
Look at the bottom of a page to find the notice of copyright.

I continue to retain a full copyright protection on the majority of my work. That is noted on the individual works. Neither Fair Use nor the TEACH Act permit the distribution of copyrighted material via the Internet. You MAY NOT post them in a personal web site, a school web site, or in an intranet. Use of the materials here constitutes an agreement with these Terms of Use. Copyright issues. Frequently Asked Questions