Thanks for coming to find out more about the Extraordinary Travellers series.
Level of this Pack:
England: Year 4, 5 and Year 6
Scotland: Primary 5, 6 and 7
Wales: Year 4, 5 and Year 6
Australia: Year3, 4 and 5/Grade 3, 4 and 5
We hope you enjoy these activities and resources we have put together for you!
The Little Museum Comprehension
This Little Museum Chapter 1 Comprehension has differentiated questions and activities to be used in a Whole Class or Self Read session based on the first chapter of the debut novel by Karen Beddow and Lyndsay Macaulay. The Little Museum is the first in the Extraordinary Travellers series.
Creative Writing Opportunities
Design your own Athena Strong Invention
Design an invention for them to use to track down the missing French treasures. Write down what kind of special features and powers your invention would have.
Shrink a Famous Landmark
Imagine you had the shrinking box, what famous landmark would you shrink? You’re your famous landmark and then describe how you would shrink it.
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Draw Your Own Eiffel Tower!
On a volé la Tour Eiffel! The Eiffel Tower is missing! Can you draw the Eiffel Tower to help Lucy and Tom track it down?
Can you help Lucy and Tom find some of these key words from their adventure.
If you find this task too easy why not use our template and create a word search of your own.
The Little Museum: A children’s mystery adventureProduct on sale
A magic map, a clever invention and an exciting race through France. The Little Museum is a page-turning travel adventure story for boys and girls aged 8-11 with a little bit of French thrown in for good measure.
When Lucy and her younger brother, Tom, find out their mum is part of a group of Extraordinary Travellers they have no idea how much their life is going to change and what adventure awaits them.
Join them on their quest to discover why the Eiffel Tower has disappeared, what else the Little Museum is going to contain and why the President of France needs their help to find the missing treasures.
Karen Beddow describes it as, a page turning mystery adventure with some French bits – the kind of story that I loved to read as a child, but with a little more culture. Find out more!