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Thanksgiving Presentation

Thanksgiving Presentation

A 20 page presentation on Thanksgiving for a non-American audience. The PowerPoint explains the history of Thanksgiving as well as modern traditions. Each slide has a short piece of explanatory text accompanied by a picture. It could be used as part of a lesson or for an assembly for children aged 4 -11.

By blossomingminds

KS3 - Introduction to RS - Six Main Religions

KS3 - Introduction to RS - Six Main Religions

A carousel activity with worksheet that looks at some basic information about the six main world religions (Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Buddhism, Judaism and Hinduism). Each religion has a two page summary of key information and facts which correspond with the table to complete on the worksheet (ideally A3). The lesson includes a maths based starter (looking at percentages of world religions), and a literacy plenary.

By davidl_phillips

The Real Meaning of the Good Samaritan Lesson KS2 (adaptable)

The Real Meaning of the Good Samaritan Lesson KS2 (adaptable)

This lesson explains how none of us are like the Good Samaritan as we don't always love everyone like we would want ourselves to be treated. We also don't always love God with all our heart, mind and soul. So we must rely that Jesus died to forgive us on the cross and not in our good deeds to get to Heaven. However we should still try and love one another anyway. This lesson could be adapted for Key Stage 1 with writing templates or KS3.

By megaalex66

The Ten Commandments Posters - Catholic

The Ten Commandments Posters - Catholic

This set of posters is for the 10 Commandments and comes in 2 versions to adorn the walls of your classroom, home, or to make into a booklet. Each poster has a red and black chevron pattern with gray stitching design. Moses is holding up each of the Commandments. The versions are.... 1. In simple modern language with a fun bubbly font. It lists the Commandment with its proper numeral. 2. In formal language (original wording) with a script font. It lists the Commandment with Roman numerals. NOTE: This is for the Catholic version of the 10 Commandments. Suggestion: Print each poster out, laminate, and place around the walls at home ore in the classroom. They could also be printed full or half page and made into a booklet. Copyright 2017 by Elaine G of "The Treasured Schoolhouse". All Rights Reserved.

By TheTreasuredSchoolhouse

Catholic Prayers Copywork - Cursive

Catholic Prayers Copywork - Cursive

This is a set of copywork pages or writing practice sheets for Catholic prayers. These pages are for tracing and writing Catholic prayers in cursive. The prayers are the traditional versions, along with some updated to the newest mass standards. The 19 prayers included are.... • Glory Be • Hail Mary • Guardian Angel / Angel of God • Our Father • St. Michael the Archangel • Before Meal and After Meal Prayers • Apostles’ Creed • Nicene Creed • Act of Contrition • The Sign of the Cross • The Magnificat • The Memorare • Hail, Holy Queen • Prayer to the Holy Spirit • The Confiteor • Act of Faith, Act of Hope, and Act of Love The longer prayers have been broken down into multiple pages for easier use. They would be ideal for any writing center, tub, independent work, or any way that suits your needs. NOTE: This currently contains 19 Catholic prayers. I may add to it as time permits or if there are any requests that I'm able to fulfill. Copyright 2017 by Elaine G of "The Treasured Schoolhouse". All Rights Reserved.

By TheTreasuredSchoolhouse

Is Death the end or just the beginning?

Is Death the end or just the beginning?

Fully resourced lesson studying moral and religious plus ethical issues concerning life after death. Powerpoint includes opportunities to gauge progress and is useful for stimulating conversation and debate for mature pupils. A great lesson for non examination groups to engage in discussion and practical tasks.

By hundredacre15

What is Death?

What is Death?

Full resourced introductory lesson concerning issues surrounding the age old question "What is Death?". Complete with powerpoint and audio visual material enabling sensitive and mature discussion opportunities. Ideal for KS4 pupils especially in non examination RE lessons.

By hundredacre15