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Learning from Home: Rivers

Learning outdoors is at the heart of what we do, but as we all need to stay at home we've put together resources to bring the magic of canals and rivers to children at home and support families as they home school their children.
Read the All About Rivers Fact File, do the Unravelling Rivers activities, watch What lives in a river?, play Canoe do it? and create a boat out of paper.

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Canal & River Trust: Explorers
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