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Easter - Easter Story

1 hour PP, 3 worksheets, clip link, activity, fully resourced one hour lesson focussing on the history and religious significance of Easter. Suitable for KS3/2 Variety of different level tasks for MA,LA or Core Differentiated to 3 levels or more Designed to fit Ofsted criteria for' Good' or above Many more cheap and free resources at my shop: Emjcot's Shop Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :) There is an easter food tasting activity sheet (also on PP) but it's optional and the lesson still works well without. Nice as an end of term treat though, I find!

By EC_Resources

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Easter Sudoku

Easter Sudoku: 6 differentiated Easter-themed sudoku puzzles including answers. Cut out the images from the resources sheet and use them to complete the sudoko puzzles. Each colour egg or bunny can only be used once in each row, column and region of 4 or 9 squares with a bold red box. A fun Easter-themed maths problem solving activity. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

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Easter 2017: Easter Around the WorldQuick View

Easter 2017: Easter Around the World

Easter 2017: Easter Around the World 1.PowerPoint presentation/quiz and task sheets about Easter around the world and how it is celebrated. Looking at different countries across the globe and how they mark this important religious period. 2. Twenty-Eight A3 PDF printable task sheets in zipped file for students to complete; present and display their findings about Easter around the world. Twenty-six task sheets, each featuring a different country, with one left sheet blank to be used as seen fit by teacher or student. One task sheet for the whole group to record the different names for Easter across the world. A word search featuring 25 countries. The activities include colouring nations’ flags and researching and writing about how Easter is celebrated across the globe. Students can work individually; in a pair or in a group.

By tinpot

Easter QuizQuick View

Easter Quiz

ALL OF MY SHARE GOES TO CHARITY! ANOTHER fun end of year quiz for PSHE/End of term activity. Takes full lesson (45 min). Includes answer sheet (for student teams), quiz questions (6 rounds) and a picture quiz sheet to complete whilst quiz is taking place.

By sjbarlow

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Easter Presentations

Five simple Easter presentations that can be used to introduce the Easter story or as part of an assembly. The presentations included are: Palm Sunday The Last Supper Jesus is arrested Good Friday Easter Sunday

By blossomingminds

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Easter 2017: Easter Egg Hunt QuizQuick View

Easter 2017: Easter Egg Hunt Quiz

Easter Egg Hunt Quiz Can be played in pairs or teams. Each pair or team is asked a question. For every correct answer, they choose a number. If they find an Easter egg they get a point/Easter egg. If they don’t, they get nothing. There are 35 slides/32 questions.

By tinpot

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Easter Bundle

A collection of resources that could be used as part of Easter activities. This bundle will be added to over time.

By sarah277

Easter Egg Alphabet MatchingQuick View

Easter Egg Alphabet Matching

Easter Egg Alphabet: A series of Easter Eggs which show the alphabet in both upper and lower cases. Great as a colourful classroom display, or cut along the ‘crack’ to create a letter pairing game. For more Outstanding Resources for Outstanding Teachers, please visit my website www.teachersvault.co.uk

By helenrachelcrossley

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Easter 2017: Easter Around the World: ActivitiesQuick View

Easter 2017: Easter Around the World: Activities

Easter 2017: Easter Around the World: Activities Twenty-Eight A3 PDF printable task sheets in zipped file for students to complete; present and display their findings about Easter around the world. 1. Twenty-six task sheets, each featuring a different country, with one left sheet blank to be used as seen fit by teacher or student. 2. One task sheet for the whole group to record the different names for Easter across the world. 3. A word search featuring 25 countries. The activities include colouring nations’ flags and researching and writing about how Easter is celebrated across the globe. Students can work individually; in a pair or in a group.

By tinpot

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Creme egg crazy, Easter quiz. Easter maths quiz. BIDMAS.Quick View

Creme egg crazy, Easter quiz. Easter maths quiz. BIDMAS.

Creme egg crazy Easter math quiz. BIDMAS. Great starter, plenary or form activity before Easter. 20 question slides with answer and mark sheet 20 BIDMAS practice questions using crème egg animations. Tie breaker is to count the crème eggs. Change the difficulty by moving on the slides quicker or slower. Increase engagement with a crème egg prize for the winner.

By pigeonlearning

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Easter 2017Quick View

Easter 2017

Easter 2017 Bundle of PowerPoint presentations and quizzes on: • Shrove Tuesday • Lent • Easter

By tinpot

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Easter Quiz 2017Quick View

Easter Quiz 2017

5 rounds Easter Quiz sure to get the students excited for the Easter holidays! The rounds are as follows: Round One: Easter traditions around the world Round Two: Name the Easter Egg Round Three: Name the Easter number one (Music included) Round Four: Spot the Celeb Round Five: Eggy world records Tie Breaker: Students decide on how many colourful eggs were hidden within the quiz. All answers are included as slides for teams to swap sheets and peer mark. Should last a full hour! Enjoy!

By rharborne

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Easter

Series of 6 Y2 and KS2 powerpoint lessons on the topic of Easter. Each lesson includes the timings for each activity at the top of each slide. There are opportunities for pupils to work collaboratively in every lesson and record and share their ideas and knowledge. Lesson 1: (30 mins) focuses on celebrations and Easter as a celebration and begins with an initial assessment based on pupil starting points. Pupils work in small groups of 2 or 3 and create a Spider diagram and Mind Map to record their knowledge. There is an opportunity for group feedback at the end of the lesson. Lesson 2: (30 mins) focuses on the Easter story told through a link to a story on YouTube. The pupils raise questions about the story and have a P4C debate. There are Teacher notes on slides 10,11 and 12 to help shape the debate session. Lesson 3: (30mins) focuses on Holy Week through images and key questions on each slide. There is a short YouTube clip on how to make a Palm cross. Lesson 4: (40 mins) focuses on Maundy Thursday and the Last Supper. There is a 20 min research activity based on the painting ‘The last Supper’. Pupils will need access to books about this subject and the internet. There are opportunities for pupils to explore responses and feelings to different aspects of the story leading onto the Resurrection. A template on slide 27 can be printed for pupil recording. Lesson 5: (60 mins) focuses on the Christian symbol of the cross with a 45min Hot Cross Buns baking activity which can be either as a Teacher demonstration or as a group task. Lesson 6: (40 mins) focuses on how Easter is celebrated today and explores some of the traditions such as Easter Bunny, lambs, chocolate eggs, daffodils etc. There are key questions for pupils to discuss in small groups and an end of unit assessment using all the information they have learnt in lessons 1-6 in the design of an Easter poster. The final slide offers an additional Easter creative activity for pupils to follow instructions to make an Easter sheep for a card or a display. ( I used activity with the class when a group was completing research (Lesson 4) and a group were making Hot cross Buns (from Lesson5) with a Teaching Assistant). KS1&2 Easter story sequencing activity. Learning objective: To sequence and retell the Easter story in order. Pupils cut out the images and descriptions and sequence the story onto a storyboard template. There are three templates attached which support differentiation and reading levels. HA template is numbered only and pupils order the story into the numbered boxes. MA is differentiated using key words from the main text in the numbered boxes. LA order the story into the numbered boxes with the support of key sentences which they can match to the main text. KS1 & 2 Set of 5 Easter instructions. Learning Objectives: To read and follow the instructions accurately and in the correct sequence/order. To recognise the features of instructions (What materials are needed, method, using an imperative (bossy) verb, sequencing actions and numbering each stage in order, using diagrams and pictures). Five DT activities for pupils to read, understand and make. The activities include : Paste egg bunny, Easter basket, spring daffodil, Easter nests, pompom chick. Use as an introduction to work on instructions to encourage pupils to observe the features in a fun way or as a format to help pupils scaffold their own instructional writing.

By newromantic

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Easter 2017: Quiz: Chocolate and Easter EggsQuick View

Easter 2017: Quiz: Chocolate and Easter Eggs

Easter 2017: Quiz: Chocolate and Easter Eggs PowerPoint quiz about Easter: chocolate and Easter eggs. (26 slides/25 questions) Aim: Identify different chocolate bars and Easter egg

By tinpot

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French Easter BundleQuick View

French Easter Bundle

4 excellent resources - PowerPoint to introduce and practise Easter vocabulary with beautiful graphics - Colour by instruction Easter card to entertain pupils on last lesson (easy for you yet educational for them) - Board Game to reinforce learning and inject some competition onto the lesson - Paper puppet show activity and story

By BetsyBelleTeachesFrench

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Easter Activities

These are four activities on the theme of Easter, including Easter baskets to make, a handwriting sheet and an art project using frottage.

By Suemaas

Easter - Who is responsible for the death of JesusQuick View

Easter - Who is responsible for the death of Jesus

This resource contains six Fact Files on characters that are relating to the Passion narrative within the Bible. Pupils can be divided into groups and asked to collect evidence on each character and build up a convincing argument as to why this person may be responsible for Jesus death. This activity works well when ended with a class debate on this topic.

By TeachElite

Year 1 Comprehension - Easter StoryQuick View

Year 1 Comprehension - Easter Story

This resource contains 4 comprehension activities suitable for using with year 1. They each contain a short piece of text (about 5 sentences) with words that can be sounded out. There are three trickier words which have pictures to help children work out what they say. The text is followed by 5 questions, containing 'what' 'who' and 'when' questions and some multiple choice questions. The theme in this pack is the Easter Story. The story is split into 4 sections: Palm Sunday The Last Supper Good Friday Easter Sunday There is also a powerpoint included in the pack containing a slide for each text so that you can go through the comprehensions before the children complete them. Each slide also contains 3 words that are trickier to sound out, with sound buttons underneath them. PDF file format and editable Microsoft word format included in the price.

By blossomingminds