A board game used to introduce the Five Pillars of Islam and test basic understanding of Islam. Used with my Year 8 classes.
My apologies if you don't have publisher but it was the easiest way to format the board game.
RE lesson originally aimed at Year 4
What do muslims believe? What are the five pillars of Islam? Memorised them using a finger for each pillar. Worksheets in which they wrote about the five pillars and significance of each one in their own words. Let me know if its useful.
Series of three lessons about war, conflict and peace, including just war criteria for GCSE. The UN worksheet may be from another source, I can't remember, if it is just let me know and I will take it off here!
Used this with KS3 and KS4 to look at key words in a topic. Pupils played once with the cards made for them then they had to make their own set about the topic and play again with a set made by the class.
A HUGE pack of fun activities and printables to keep your children busy until Christmas!
This pack has 34 pages of fun and learning including;
x7 wordsearches differentiated by difficulty (including 'Christmas', 'Christmas Foods' and 'Christian') and with answer sheets.
x2 fun mazes
x3 differentiated snowman word problems
x1 Christmas crossword with solution
x8 Christmas Math investigation puzzles (many correct answers)
x4 pages of Christmas flash cards (including foods, Christian figures and general Christmas things!)
NOTE - This pack combines two of my other resources ( Christmas Word Problems & Christmas puzzles)
Thanks for looking :)
Suffering Workbooklet includes a learning circle, marking decoder, homework takeaway task bank, literacy placemat, topics covering Moral and Natural Suffering, A story of Hope, Original Sin, Story of Job, The betrayal of Judas, Pandora's Box, Free Will, How Christians respond to suffering with examples, Buddhist parables, The Eightfold Path, The Holocaust, Anne Frank, The boy in the stripped pyjamas and also an assessment on suffering using your creative imagination.