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A fantastic resource for schools and groups within the Heartlands area of Birmingham. The activities draw on the links between different cultures, e.g. the similarities between traditional canal art and the painted trucks of Pakistan, India and the Romany people.
Use these five worksheets to accompany the Canal & River Habitats Topic Pack. Complete them during a visit to a canal or river, or back in the classroom. Children can carry out the challenges in pairs or small groups.
Use these eight activity sheets to accompany the Canal & River Habitats Topic Pack. Complete them indoors preferably after a visit to a canal or river. Children can complete the sheets individually or in small groups.
This pack provides an introduction to how rivers are formed and flow from source to mouth. It is aimed at learners in Years 5 & 6 but can be adapted foryounger pupils. It includes activity sheets, for individual and group work, and whiteboard pictures for class discussion.
Everything a teacher needs to deliver the Unravelling Rivers lesson.
These notes support the Travel and Transport pack with background information, ideas for using the pack and further activities.
These notes support the All about Animals pack with background information, ideas for using the pack and further activities.
Bywyd gwyllt y dref! Y dych chi'n barod i fynd ar saffari bywyd gwyllt yng nghanol tre'r Trallwng?
Our canals and rivers are precious - they need looking after and protecting. Litter, graffiti and fly-tipping all spoil the beauty of waterways and can endanger wildlife.
Find out about the life cycles, habitats and feeding habits of our six most common water birds - mallard ducks, coots, herons, swans, moorhens and Canada geese.