Built on the river Tigris, in Iraq, Baghdad has a rich and exciting history. Children first represent the rivers Tigris and nearby Euphrates. They then explore how the city grew and subsequently came under attack.
Fairy Tales provide a rich seam for movement ideas. These stories have everything from beans to beasts; treachery to treasure; ridicule to revelation. And – rest assured – good always wins out in the end!
Grace Darling lived in a cramped lighthouse with her siblings and their father, the lighthouse keeper. Children recreate her daily routine and famous rescue of stricken sailors in a heavy storm.
Castles are formidably physical, with thick walls and deep moats. They are also home to lots of action: attacking, defending, tournaments and the bustle of daily life. Children explore these through solos, duets and group work.
Arriving on these shores in longships, the Vikings raided villages & worshiped many gods. This topic is sure to evoke dramatic, dynamic and contrasting ideas. Plus really get your pupils thinking about the topic…Order/Download