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Captive Thoughts

Captive Thoughts

Captive Thoughts is a Reflective Journal that gives Christians and non-Christians alike an opportunity to explore God’s Word. It will help the reader and writer gain an understanding of how scripture can be used to help change our perspective on life, and how it can be used to help improve our thoughts, words, and actions. Ten topics are provided with scripture verses to help the reader begin to journal and they are encouraged to search the topics and scriptures at greater length. The hope is the reader will discover the Word of God as a magnificent tool to help improve their quality of life and to develop and strengthen their relationship with Jesus Christ. This digital journal provides links to five podcast that help explain the importance of responsible thoughts, words, actions, attitudes, and motives. They were part of a blog talk radio broadcast that aired in 2013. These podcasts were related to bullying but are relevant and related to the topics of respect and responsibility. This is a great resource for teachers who are working in schools with a religious affiliation.
jameshburns55
Dear Santa ...

Dear Santa ...

3 'Dear Santa' letter templates to choose from. I've also included Santa's address ... Ho, Ho, Ho!
mark harland
KS1 - Friends Assembly

KS1 - Friends Assembly

A simple but effective 'Friends' Assembly for KS1 pupils. About 10 - 15 minutes long. With 2 songs: 'Everywhere Around Me' and 'You've Got A Friend In Me'.
mark harland
CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 2017

CHRISTMAS ACTIVITIES 2017

A big bundle of fun for Christmas. A massive 40 question quiz, a visual quiz, Cracker making activity, colouring activities, festive images that can be copied into any document, a step by step guide to drawing Santa and lots of grid drawing activities. This is our 60% saving Christmas present to you and your students. We wish you a wonderful Christmas and a happy new year!
StartEducation
Resilience Assembly - Persistence - Learning Power - Growth Mindset

Resilience Assembly - Persistence - Learning Power - Growth Mindset

This assembly explores what it means to be 'resilient'. Tackling the importance of perseverance and not giving up. It uses a positive role model (Andy Murray) and reflects on how he had a dream and had to adapt a range of strategies to ensure he was resilient and able to achieve his dream. Two video references (Will Smith and 'How to get out of the dip')
scott209
Une histoire qui encourage la bonté envers les autres

Une histoire qui encourage la bonté envers les autres

La gentillesse est l'un des traits de caractère les plus importants d’une personne, mais quelquefois, les enfants ont besoin d'un rappel supplémentaire sur les meilleures façons d'être gentil avec les autres ou sur le pourquoi de cette gentillesse. Ce livre fournir ce petit rappel de façon créative et attrayante. L’histoire est également destinée à sensibiliser sur la microphtalmie et comment faire face à l'adversité de cette situation. Bonne lecture!
ccreed
A story that encourage kindness towards others.

A story that encourage kindness towards others.

Kindness is one of the most important character traits, but sometimes kids need an extra reminder about the best ways to be kind to others or why kindness matters. This book provide that reminder in creative and appealing ways. It is also intended to raise awareness about eye conditions and how to deal with adversity. Happy reading!
ccreed
KINDNESS CAMPAIGN! I've been JINGLED! #12DaysofKindness #12DoC

KINDNESS CAMPAIGN! I've been JINGLED! #12DaysofKindness #12DoC

Firstly, if you choose to download my resource(s), please take the time to leave a rating (as I know most of don't really bother) - I do really value your feedback. ***** FOLLOW @AllRoundRes, to stay up-to-date with the latest resources and news! ***** #GetYourLearnOn #AskAllRes I created this resource as part of a #Kindness campaign my school is doing. The idea behind it being everyone deserves a little recognition for all the hard work and dedication that both staff and student commit to each year. It forms part of the #12DaysofChristmas The main principle being you fill a box full of goodies (you can go to Poundland etc.), write and thankyou note a leave it in the right classroom/office etc. So then, that person will do the same for someone else… and so on… forming a chain of KINDNESS! “Add a sparkle this Christmas! Fill a box, full of Christmas items, like the one you have! Carry on the trail of Christmas joy. Place your box in the teachers or student’s classroom with their name on and add a note! Put a ‘You’ve been Jingled’ sign to the door!” How have you used this idea in your school? Send us pictures!... We want to know! Use the hashtag #12DoC @AllRoundRes ************************************************************************************************************************ If you have any queries, questions or concerns, then please email allroundresources@gmail.com or alternatively write a comment describing your needs, where I will be happy to help! ***** Be sure to follow me, to keep update with my most recent uploaded resources! *****
AllRoundResources
Would you rather...? CHRISTMAS EDITION - Perfect for developing reasoning / early morning tasks /P4C

Would you rather...? CHRISTMAS EDITION - Perfect for developing reasoning / early morning tasks /P4C

The perfect resource to use in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Included is a PPT and printable cards asking "Would you rather..?' questions themed around Christmas. The cards are perfect to help children develop their reasoning skills and are a great resource to use to support P4C teaching, reasoning or simply as a fun early morning starter. The questions are varied including deeper thinking questions and those more for fun.
la.jonquille