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KS2 Christmas RE Unit (4 lessons)

KS2 Christmas RE Unit (4 lessons)

This is a pack of four RE plans, perfect for using during the Christmas season. The lessons are aimed at KS2 and are all highly interactive, using a range of enjoyable activities to teach the Christmas story and its messages. The themes that are covered include trust, refugees, spreading the word of God and similarities and differences. Each lesson includes a detailed plan with learning objectives, as well as a PowerPoint presentation telling the story. The Christmas story is split into the following lessons: Angel Gabriel visits Mary The birth of Christ The shepherds visit Jesus The Wise Men visit Jesus
blossomingminds
KS1 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

KS1 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

This is a plan for a lesson about the birth of Jesus, with a focus on the journey to Bethlehem. It is suitable for using with Key Stage 1. The plan includes a starter, a drama activity, a written activity and a plenary. There is a PowerPoint presentation of the story to use. The lesson could be used individually or as part of a Christmas RE unit. (The PowerPoint is also available without the lesson plan for £3 on Blossoming Minds' shop.)
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KS2 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

KS2 Christmas RE lesson - The birth of Jesus

This is a plan for a lesson about the birth of Jesus, with a focus on the journey to Bethlehem. It is suitable for using with Key Stage 2. The plan includes a starter, a drama activity, a written activity and a plenary. There is a PowerPoint presentation of the story to use. A fun, interactive lesson with a focus on refugees, which could be used individually or as part of a Christmas RE unit. (The PowerPoint is also available without the lesson plan for £3 on Blossoming Minds' shop.)
blossomingminds
Putting Jesus on Trial

Putting Jesus on Trial

This is a worksheet to help students put Jesus on trial. Students will investigate reasons the Sanhedrin and the Romans sought the death penalty for Jesus. Students will demonstrate understanding of Bible citations and definitions of blasphemy and treason. Students will identify the first Apostles.
rkass1
Holocaust Memorial Day Postcard Project

Holocaust Memorial Day Postcard Project

These materials will help you to take part in the national postcard writing project for Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. This can be delivered as a lesson or be provided as a self-led activity at an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day. You can order your postcards at www.hmd.org.uk/postcards.
HolocaustMemorialDayTrust
Holocaust Memorial Day Lesson Plan KS2

Holocaust Memorial Day Lesson Plan KS2

This is a flexible lesson plan aimed at Key Stage 2 learners (age 7-11), with different elements for you to choose from and deliver together as one lesson, or revisit over two sessions. This lesson plan works alongside a PowerPoint presentation. This lesson allows students to practice reading, writing and comprehension, as well as being introduced to the history of the Holocaust through the true story of Renie Inow, who came to the UK as a child refugee on the Kindertransport. Students can take part in a national postcard writing project by writing to Renie and receiving a message in response. This lesson is differentiated throughout for different abilities.
HolocaustMemorialDayTrust
Holocaust Memorial Day Assembly KS2

Holocaust Memorial Day Assembly KS2

This assembly presentation explores the story of Anne Frank, and the theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2018 - The power of words. It is designed in partnership with Twinkl to support teachers in delivering an assembly on or around Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January to Key Stage 2 pupils (age 7-11) in primary schools or other learning settings.
HolocaustMemorialDayTrust
People Same but Different Colours of the Wind quote banner

People Same but Different Colours of the Wind quote banner

Banner with a quote from the Disney song Colours of the Wind. "You think the only people who are people Are the people who look and think like you But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger You'll learn things you never knew, you never knew" I used this to explore differences and prejudice at many levels of society. This is an Excel file which is set to print on many pages to make a long banner. The picture is printed on one A4 sheet and is for illustration only.
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