teaching resource

International Travel Planner Pack Vacation Project

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 20 pages

A collection of activities for students to create a project based on their trip away outside of the classroom.

This teaching resource is a great collection of activities to cater for those students who are away on their holidays abroad. Teachers are often asked to provide homework for students, by parents who want to be proactive while their children are out of classroom. Whether it is during the school term or just over the holidays, this vacation project is a great way to engage students in their learning, but also allow them a creative outlet to share their vacation when they come back.

This project kit includes activities to support students in: organizing, planning, timetables, art, time zones, measurement, geography, history, time, reading, film reviewing, geometry, critiquing and reflecting, writing, grammar, vocabulary, mapping, currency and money, LOTE.

The following project activities include:

  • Travel Passport
  • Checklist
  • Travel Book Collage
  • Travel Comic Cover Page
  • Preparation Checklist
  • Preparation Time and Weight
  • Flight Log Plane Information and Direction of Flight
  • Flight Log World Clock
  • Weekly Planner
  • Book Review
  • Movie Review
  • Character Study
  • Attraction Review Cards
  • Planner Entry Planner
  • Planner Entry
  • Extra Ideas Page
  • Vocabulary Glossary
  • Time Zone Map
  • Continent Tracking Map

Before issuing this resource, make sure you go over the following steps:

  1. Discuss with your student how long they are going to be away for and what their trip will involve, (flights, places, duration…).
  2. Read over the resource and choose which parts you think would be appropriate for your student and their abilities.
  3. Look over the checklist with your student or students parent and see how many of each sheet you need to print. Some pages need to be printed multiple time such as the flight log and the planner entry sheet. You might need to give them some spare copies if you think appropriate.
  4. The amount of countries visited will also determine how many pages in the passport that will be needed.
  5. Discuss the best way to lay out their work, what kind of journal will be appropriate to use. For the passport, this can be printed as a mini booklet, or can be cut out and pasted in a smaller sized book.


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