### Math Webquests Perfect for Distance Learning

If you are looking for ways to incorporate self learning and distance learning math resources into your classroom then you have come to the right page! My math webquests are a great way for students to become independent learners and test their knowledge with a given online quiz.

Students will need a device for my math webquests. They can use ipads, chromebooks, phones, laptops, or desktop computers. Students will be given a link that goes to my website containing information about a math concept. I have included a worksheet that aligns to the information on my website. All you need to do is print and go! In addition, there is a short online quiz.

Below is an example of a few pages of one of my webquests. Students will fill in the information on the pages that they read from my website.

Webquests are great for sub days or any day! Students research and write down the information on their paper. Students are able to retain information better when they write it down!

Why are my webquests worth every penny?

1.) I not only create the pdf for the student template and answer key, but I create ALL of the information and videos on the website! It is my own personal website so I am in charge of all the information posted on my site!

2.) Webquests are a great way to introduce information to students! It has been stated many times that children learn the most when they write down information. My webquests will help students retain information, and provide them with plenty of examples!

3.) The webquests are excellent to use when you have a sub! All of the answers for the student templates can be easily found on my website!

What math concepts do you have for your math webquests?

Right now I have 10 math webquests and 1 bundle. You can see all the webquests and links below!

1.) Rational Numbers on the Number Line Webquest

Students will learn
(1) how to identify missing values on the number line and (2) how to add and subtract rational numbers on the number line.

Students will (1) use the Pythagorean Theorem to calculate the missing length in a right triangle and (2) use the Converse of the Pythagorean Theorem to determine if three given measurements form a right triangle.

Students will
(1) learn about the Real Number System and (2) classify numbers as rational or irrational.

Students will learn how to (1) identify the slope and y-intercept of an equation given in slope-intercept form, (2) graph an equation in slope-intercept form, (3) write an equation in slope-intercept form given a linear graph, and (4) convert to slope-intercept form by solving for y.

Students will learn how to (1) identify a transformation, (2) perform a transformation, and (3) use the transformation rules to give the coordinates of an image.

Students will learn about the 7 exponent properties: power rule, product rule, quotient rule, power of a product rule, power of a quotient rule, negative exponent rule, and zero exponent rule.

Students will (1) observe the 3 different types of slope and (2) calculate the slope given a table, graph, and two points.

Students will (1) identify the number of solutions (no solution, one solution, and infinitely many solutions) of a system of equations and (2) use graphing, substitution, and elimination to determine the number of solutions of a system of equations.

Students will learn how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide integers.

Students will learn about corresponding parts given a diagram and congruence statement. Students will also learn about how to write a congruence statement given a diagram. It goes over the 5 congruence theorems SSS, SAS, ASA, AAS, and HL.

11.) Volume Webquest

Students will learn how to calculate the volume of a cone, cylinder, and sphere. This math webquest is FREE and will give you an idea of the set up of my other webquests.

This bundle is for 8th grade math and includes 8 math concepts.

I am currently working on creating more webquests of various math concepts for 6th and 7th grade math. Check an eye out for a bundle for 6th and 7th grade math webquests.