The Titanic Lifeboat Investigation

The titanic lifeboat science investigation

A great way to combine the history of the Titanic with science! Carry out The Titanic Lifeboat Investigation as a way to find out how more passengers could have been saved during the voyage of the Titanic.

Covers the following science National Curriculum objectives:-

  • Set up a simple fair test.
  • Take measurements.
  • Gather and record data/results.
  • Use results to draw conclusions and make predictions. Recognise and control variables

This science investigation is perfect for KS2 children, but can also be used with younger children. Works well as a home learning activity, for home educators, or as part of your Titanic topic in school!

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