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Take your class on a mythical adventure around the UK British history is rich in myths and legends, such as the Lambton Worm.

With just a few geographical and historical investigations you could soon be creating your own myths, legends and folktales.

We explore what life is like for street children around the world and how the beautiful game is giving them new hope.

Embark on a gourmet tour of the globe with your class…

The story of Monkey King’s Party centres on the peach, which is the most...

Over the woods, over the towns, over the empty beaches and the stormy seas, until he came to a wild place where the rocks were shaped like howling wolves...

Where in the world is our story set? Explore the colourful landscape of Australia then use traditional art techniques to make a map of the area.

Put on some sea sounds and imagine you are sitting on a warm beach, far away. Close your eyes and listen to the sound of gentle waves lapping at the shore. Now look at our beautiful beach images.

Discuss the different coastlines in this slideshow, each with its own inspiration for literacy.

Use the photos of Penshaw Hill in your Lambton Worm book trailer or in your work on the legend of the Lambton Worm.

This handy reference will help with map-making exercises.

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