An engaging project where students can design their own additional theme for Five Wonders Theme Park.
Welcome to Five Wonders Theme Park, the best theme park in the entire world!
This teaching resource is a part of our Five Wonders Stimulus projects. The aim of this project is for students to design an additional area and theme to Five Wonders Theme Park, upgrading it to Six Wonders Theme Park. Students will get the chance to design and plan an area that includes rides, infrastructure and facilities for this new area and where it will join the existing layout.
In this project students will need to use their skills to:
- design theme park rides
- decide where in the existing park it will be added to
- use measurement skills of scale, perimeter and area to plot it on a map plan
- include infrastructure in the plan
Check out our other Five Wonders Theme Park Resource Collection.
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National Curriculum Curriculum alignment
- Key Stage 2 (KS2) – Upper
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