Grade 3

Titanic Q&A: 100+ Fascinating Facts for Kids


Discover 100+ awesome, kid-friendly facts about the Titanic—perfect for ages 8 to 12!

Set a course for high-seas adventure with this big book of fun facts about the Titanic—from its construction to its launch to its final disastrous moments. Unlike other Titanic books for kids, Titanic Q&A reveals loads of little-known details about the maiden voyage of this doomed ship that struck an iceberg in 1912.

From what it cost to be built to why it went down so quickly, this captivating companion within Titanic books for kids will answer all of your burning questions about the Titanic—its crew, its cargo, its wealthy passengers, and beyond. Let’s cast off and get this historic exploration underway!

This standout among Titantic books for kids features:

***100+ Facts!—Learn everything you ever wanted to know about the Titanic, and more!
***Your questions, answered—Test your nautical knowledge on interesting Titanic topics, from myths to statistics.
***Fantastic fun—Cool content and a colourful fact-packed layout will keep you entertained for hours—it’s a must-have title in Titanic books for kids.

Class Details

Lessons: 3 Lessons

Term: Term 2

Genres: Historical Science

$35 per lesson

Class Times

Term 2, 2021

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  1. Before the class: The learners are expected to finish reading the whole book , or at least half of the book.
  2. During the class: Depends on the book, our teaching contents cover the following parts
  3. - Vocabulary words and activities
    -Elements of the novel: Plot, Conflict, Setting, and Themes, etc
    - Character analysis
    - Comprehension questions: The learners’ dicussion will focus on making connections, visualizing, inferring, determining importance, analyzing, summarizing, evaluating, predicting, and questioning,etc
    - Critical thinking questions: The learners will think deeply and discuss together to extend their understanding and thinking
    - Writing tasks’ idea discussion
  4. After the class: The learners are expected to do a writng task as their homework