ALL STATIONS! DISTRESS! Don Brown's Nonfiction Account that explores the events on The Titanic disaster on April 15, 1915.
"Though gone from view, she remains fixed on the horizon of our imagination, where she steams endlessly, haunting us." from All Stations Distress
It was a perfect ship. An ocean liner like no other. "A ship even God himself could not sink." A floating city. The finest in luxurious transatlantic travel.
Its 2,228 passengers and crew represented rich celebrating their great wealth, and poor immigrants from many countries of the world, in search of a better life in America.
What happened to this perfect ship that nothing could sink? It sank.
What happened to the 2,228 lives aboard? Most of them died.
This is the story of the Titanic disaster, a factual, illustrated story, that will make you want to know more.
The Kids Wings Activities for All Stations Distress were created by Suzy Red and come to you in both PowerPoint and PDF format for the best in projection and printing. The Activities include:
Getting Ready to Read Nonfiction
You Are There Interactive
American Folksong: The Titanic Song and Lyrics--included in the unit--
Preview of the Song and sing along: http://suzyred.com/titanicsong.html
Two-Page Readers’ Theater Vocabulary Activities
Sequence the Events
Active Teamwork Challenge
TITANICAT by Marty Crisp, A Fictionalized Account of the Ship's Cat
"Well, the Tianic is one ship that doesn't need a fool ship's cat for luck. She's unsinkable." from Titanicat
The story of the Titanic's ship cat arose from the many eyewitness accounts gathered over the years. It traces the life of Jim Mulholland, a young cabin boy, expecting the voyage of his life. In charge of caring for the ship's cat, Jim finds the job even more difficult than he expects. Will the Titanic's cat bring good luck?
Striking, full page oil paintings punctuate this Titanic story to create lasting memories.
Suzy Red's activities for Titanicat come to you in PowerPoint and PDF formats for excellence in projection and printing. These Kids Wings activities include:
2 -Page Readers’ Theater
Visualizing the Story
2 Page of Math Activities
There's More to the Story
Design a Floating Device
Letter Writing Prompt
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