This resource relates to the church and its features and contains mini fact word cards to display and can also be used as flash cards. A lovely addition to my Visiting a Place of Worship.
In addition to the word cards, there are worksheet activities.
Teacher’s Notes - Describes activities in detail.
2x sets of 35 word wall cards which you can laminate for durability and display on your classroom wall. They can also be used as flash cards to increase students’ vocabulary.
2x Write the room activity worksheets and corresponding number tiles. The church objects on the worksheets are numbered 1 to 8.
Preparation: You will need 8 of the word wall cards to place around the classroom. Ensure the numbers on the cards match the numbered pictures on the worksheets.
Write the Room Worksheet 1
- Font 2. Cross 3. Bible 4. Chalice
Write the Room Worksheet 2
5. Pews 6. Church 7. Ciborium 8. Pulpit
There are number tiles 1 to 8 which you can laminate.
- 2x Match and Stick Activity Sheets – There are 8 pictures and words to match up and stick on the worksheets provided. There are extra word tiles for bread – unleavened bread, wafer and host.
Use blu tack/double-side tape and place the numbers on the word card.
Students move around the classroom with their worksheet and match the number on their worksheet to the number on the word wall card. So, next to number 5, the student will write ‘Pews’ on their worksheet.
Tick and sort worksheet activity with extension for more able students.
There are 8 pictures of which 4 of the pictures relate to Christianity. Students tick and colour the pictures that relate to Christianity.
The pictures that do not belong to Christianity, students could say or write what religion they pictures relate to. (Answer Sheet included)
Please see Preview Pane.
There are also blank word cards on PowerPoint if you wish to insert more church features.
UK/US Spelling for one of the worksheets and 6 of the word cards.
List of words with photos:
Hassock or Kneeler
Sprinkler and Aspergillum
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