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Toll keepers once collected tolls at Torksey Lock. Do you think they kept a catapult or a blunderbuss to fight off robbers? Find the answer here.
Spot amazing amphibians, bully birds, ferocious fish and even an alien invasion!
In the summer the canal between Bingley Three Rise Locks and Bingley Five Rise Locks is a great place to spot small damselflies and giant dragonflies. What can you spot?
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.
This pack covers how and why canals were built and how they developed as important transport routes. It includes activity sheets for individual and group work and whiteboard pictures for class discussion.