This assembly looks at some of the different ways that 'Pancake Day&' is celebrated across the U.K. and the wider world. There are notes on the bottom of each slide to help with the delivery of the assembly (and if you put the subject matter into Google, you will get further information). It also covers the biblical story of lent and provides a time for reflection at the end of the assembly. I did this for an interview and it was well received and I hope that it will save you some preparation time. Please leave feedback if you use it.
A simple power-point to help explai n about lent and pancake day. For an idea on how to use… I used a picture of a pancake and glued it in the children’s books and asked them to write what they would give up for Lent and then decorate the pancake
A collection of activities for children all about Shrove Tuesday. (IMPORTANT - Download to your computer, right-click on the file, click on ‘open with’ and select your Internet browser (e.g. Internet Explorer)).
Very simple activity sheets to accompany the classic hanger/peg number combinations demonstration.First sheet is an introduction to the idea of using the pegs. Includes counting pictures of pegs; and then counting on to find the number bond.Second sheet is a recording sheet for children to use independently; along with the hanger and 10 pegs for support. I usually give them a 1-10 dice to self-select number. They then write that number in the left hand corner of the hanger; and the bond to 10 in the right hand corner. Aligned with Common Core State Standards: 1.OA.6
Following discussion of Jesus' temptation in the desert, this is a very simple sheet designed to prompt and record a child&'s response to how they deal with real life temptation.\n\nI&';ve also used the 'What Would Jesus Do?&' question.\n\nHope it&';s useful to someone.
Using; what, why, when, who, how pupils explore the infant baptism as a rite of passage and how it helps to create a sense of belonging. Plenty of reflection and green pen action together with LOTS & HOTS> Please review - remember you are getting a whole lesson and its resources for £3.00!