This item contains two Scoot and two ZAP! activities to accompany the novel "I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic 1912" by Lauren Tarshis.
Scoot is a popular game played in many elementary school classrooms. Easily adapted to any content area and grade level, Scoot makes for a welcome change from just completing a worksheet for skill practice.
1. Splashing into Subjects and Predicates Scoot... In this Scoot students will determine the simple subject and predicate of sentences taken from the novel I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic 1912 by Lauren Tarshis.
2. Full Steam Ahead with Verb Tense... In this Scoot students will determine the tense of a verb taken from the novel I Survived the Sinking of the Titanic 1912 by Lauren Tarshis. There are two questions on each card. The first question asks PAST, PRESENT, or FUTURE? The second question asks SIMPLE, PROGRESSIVE, or PERFECT? Students can answer either one or both.
ZAP! is a fun and engaging way to have students practice any kind of skill from adding and subtracting to identifying fact and opinion statements. All that's needed is a Pringle's type can and one of the following packets.
1. High Seas Synonyms... Given three Titanic related words, students must select the two synonyms.
2. A-B-"Sea" Order... Given three Titanic related words, students must put them in alphabetical order.