Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will learn all about Amelia Earhart. She is one of America's most well-known and adventurous aviators, who made history when she completed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean. We will be listening to and then drawing the story of her incredible life.


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3 Questions

1) What is a historian?
A person who does research about the past.
A person who reads about the past.
Correct answer: A person who studies and writes about the past.
2) What is a compass used for?
Correct answer: A compass is used to help you find your way.
A compass is used to help you make machinery.
A compass is used to play music.
3) What is an explorer?
Correct answer: A person who makes journeys to new and treacherous places.
A person who takes time to see new places.
A person who visits different places around the world.

4 Questions

1) What was the name of Amelia Earhart's first plane?
Correct answer: The Canary
The Flyer
The Violet
2) Which ocean did Amelia Earhart fly over as the first woman on a solo flight in 1932?
Correct answer: Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean
3) Where did Amelia Earhart's round the world flight start?
Correct answer: Oakland
4) What was built on Howland Island in memory of Amelia Earhart?
Correct answer: A lighthouse
A museum
A shop

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UnitHistory / Explorers and adventurers