1. There are few adventure parks in the world. 2. Where does Disneyland exist? , or 3. There are two Disneyland parks in the USA.
Match the vocabulary to the picture.
Go to the cinema
Play video games
Go to the beach
Go to the swimming pool
Go to an adventure park
Go for a walk
Quiz your classmate on his / her after-school or weekend activities.
After-school or weekend activities
Look at the leaflets and match each letter with its description.
Leaflet: a small, paper document with information about a place or an event.
Name of the park
Title of the document
Choose the correct words to complete the description of the document.
We can see two different (leaflets / books) about theme parks. There are pictures of (sports / rides) and (exciting / boring) slogans to (scare / attract) visitors.
Design your own leaflet to promote your ideal park. Follow the template. You may have to print it.
Let’s go to the park!
Listen to the recording and choose the correct answer.
Let's go to the park!
a) Jamala and Elijah are talking about (their summer holidays / amusement parks / after-school activities). b) Jamala suggests going to (Legoland / Dreamland / Dismaland). c) What park do they finally choose? (Adventure Land / Spooky Park / Legoland).
Listen again and complete the chart with Elijah and Jamala’s likes and dislikes.
Pick one adventure park you like and make some suggestions.