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Your mission is to solve the mystery of the Bingley Five Rise Locks. Use your best detective skills to solve the puzzle. Why did Johann Hogrewe come all the way from Prussia (Germany) to draw the Bingley Five Rise Locks?
There are twelve stops at points of interest along the route and these notes provide teachers with information and activities for each stop and for key features along the route.
These worksheets can be used to support learning on the Lancaster Canal & Lune Aqueduct trail. There are activities at 10 of the 12 stop points.
Lancaster Canal & Lune Aqueduct trail with 14 points of interest.
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.
These teachers notes contain curriculum links and lesson planning ideas for using the All About Water Birds information pack.
Take this spotter sheet with you on a trip to a canal or river. Make a tally of the birds you spot!
A planning grid and example medium term plan which uses canals and rivers to teach a variety of curriculum subjects.
A planning grid and example unit of work demonstrating how canals and rivers can be used to teach Maths, Geography, English, History, Art/Design Technology and Science.
Great for KS2 History and Geography local studies, also for project and badge work.