A inquiry project where students study the Five Wonders Theme Park stimulus poster while inquiring about an international city.
Welcome to Five Wonders Theme Park, the worlds most popular theme park in the world.
This teaching resource is an inquiry project that uses the idea of Five Wonders Theme Park and allows students to inquire a city of choice. Within the stimulus posters there is a train map and service timetable. Students will need to use their research and visualising skills to link the train service from Five Wonders to a real life train line in a city of choice. Following the instructions, students will research the city and plan a linked holiday that involves both exploring the city and visiting Five Wonders Theme Park.
Students will need to:
- link both worlds together
- create a timetable
- form a budget
- research the city including tourist attractions
- write diary entries detailing how the day went
- research and include accommodation, food, flights
Recommended to be done after students are familiarised with the stimulus poster. Check out our other Five Wonders Theme Park related projects, task cards and activities by visiting our Five Wonders Theme Park Resource Collection.
National Curriculum Curriculum alignment
- Key Stage 2 (KS2) – Upper
Key Stage 2 (KS2) - Upper covers students in Year 5 and Year 6.
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