How many different ways can you move on your own feet? What footwear do you wear for the journeys around and from your home? Explore your local journeys through expressive dramatic movement.
Where do you go on special days and why? Inspired by your holiday journeys, journeys to visit relatives and your special faith journeys, tell the Ladybird, who has left the farm to go to London, all about your travels.
Set off over land to explore the climates and environments of mountains, deserts and icy lands. Explore travel using cars, trains and buses. Investigate wheels and make vehicles.
Have you been in a paddleboat, rowing boat, barge, ship or yacht? Have you travelled over a pond, canal, river or the sea? Listen to the adventures of Mr Gumpy, Mrs Armitage, the Owl and the Pussycat.
Learn about air travel. Make paper aeroplanes and air balloons. Tell stories about airborne adventures and be inspired by famous artists to create your own artworks.
Use your imagination to travel away from Earth and into space. Learn about rockets, the moon, stars and the planets. Have a visit from an alien and teach them about earth life and space travel.
Plan journeys to a Woodland Classroom. Explore wild environments and make nature art, journey sticks and fairy houses. Use the forest as your classroom.
Listen to the classic journeys taken by Rosie the Hen; The Gruffalo; Little Red Riding Hood; Mr Gumpy; Toad, Mole, Ratty and Badger. Take part in role-plays, make puppets and create your own imaginative journey stories.