This is a PowerPoint presentation that can be used to introduce pupils to some of the items and beliefs associated with Judaism. It contains a short description of each significant item and some pictures. It is best used to accompany a worksheet where pupils need to label the objects. Mistake has also now been corrected. Please leave some feedback if you use these resources in your lesson.
This is a lesson package for teaching your pupils about the Jewish place of worship. The presentation contains pictures of different synagogues from around the world and looks at the key items that will be found in every synagogue. The plenary will ask pupils to look for these items in a photograph of a synagogue. The worksheet will ask pupils to design their own synagogue scene and then use the labels on the sheet to highlight the different objects in the picture. I hope that you will find this a useful resource and will leave feedback if you are able to use it.
This is a PowerPoint that will teach pupils about the Moon. Early slides will introduce the Moon and give students some basic facts about it. There are a couple of slides about the Apollo mission (and links on the notes section of the slides to help you with some information to tell pupils). There is an experiment that is explained on the notes section of the slides that pupilscan use to get the cycle of changes to the shape of the Moon when viewed from Earth. I hope that you find this resource useful and will leave feedback if you use it.
A PowerPoint that I used to introduce the topic of Variation to my KS1 class: they had cards saying 'living' and 'non-living' and lifted them up in relation to the pictures. They were then asked to give some similarities and differences between two different living things shown on the same slide.
I gave this biography to a Year 5 class in a Roman Catholic school who were studying funerals as part of Festivals, and asked them to write a speech about Mother Teresa that could have been read out at her funeral, using the information given.
World Religions: Ramadan (2016)<br />
1. PowerPoint presentation about Islam; Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr<br />
2. Ramadan work book:<br />
Learning outcomes:<br />
1. Write a report about Ramadan for a local newspaper<br />
2. Answer written questions about Ramadan<br />
3. Complete a gapped text about Ramadan<br />
4. Write a description of a special day you celebrate<br />
3. Phases of the moon activity<br />
This lesson goes over the Chinese creation story and has everything you need. Good detailed information, learning objectives and outcomes have been differentiated. There are also a range of activities and worksheets that have bee provided. <br />
Excellent range of images, a video clip and activities that kept pupils' engaged throughout the lesson.