Our myths and legends fact cards look at the White Horse of Uffington, the Brecon Beacons, the Giant's Causeway and Arthur's Seat. They're a great start as children set off on their voyage of discovery. Use on the whiteboard or on tablet computers.

Also available with or without text and images and also as a blank printable template.

Amadeus’s search for his father has taken him from chip shops to Sherwood Forest and now to infinity and beyond. Is he really going to find his dad in space?

Place names can reveal secrets about a place and help spark children’s imaginations too. Could these be a clue to a new ‘legend’?

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This retelling of The terrible tale of the Lambton Worm comes from storyteller Tony Wilson.

The terrible tale of the Lambton Worm is an exciting tale set in the north of England. Packed full of gripping opportunities to learn it's hard to say who'll have more fun – you or your pupils!

   

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This retelling of The terrible tale of the Lambton Worm comes from storyteller Tony Wilson.

Challenge the children to name and list the properties of these 2D and 3D shapes.

A thinking verse for your assembly on legends.

 

Three bite-sized legends, 'George and the dragon', 'Arthur and the sword in the stone' and 'Robin Hood and the golden arrow'.

 

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