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Locality studies

Malham, a UK locality (KS2) and Limestone landscapes (KS3)

Resources for teachers, essential for use in studies of Malham and the nearby limestone landscapes.

  • Malham, a UK locality
    Suitable for KS2

  • Limestone landscapes
    Suitable for KS3

Visit the Malham locality page to download the resources.

The Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Yorkshire Dales – What’s so special? (KS1, lower KS2)

The Dales has some of the finest landscapes in Britain – as this artist’s impression shows
Suitable for: KS1, Lower KS2

The Yorkshire Dales – What’s so special? (Upper KS2, KS3)

The Dales has some of the finest landscapes in Britain – as this artist’s impression shows
Suitable for Upper KS2, KS3

National Park pictures resource (KS1, lower KS2)

A set of 15 black and white pictures, for ‘colouring and conversation’.

This resource comes in two sections - the pictures themselves and a simple guide to using the resource. Make sure you download both sections and use them together.
Suitable for: KS1, Lower KS2

Other Locality Study resources

The following resources are not yet available on our website - please email the National Park Authority if you would like to obtain them.

Aysgarth Falls: a locality study

Resources for teachers, for use in studies of Aysgarth and its locality
Suitable for: Teachers at KS2, KS3

Craven Lime Works: an interpretive pack

Resources for teachers studying this unique industrial archaeological feature
Suitable for: Teachers at KS2, KS3

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