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Welcome to my shop! If you are looking for high-quality resources to support your teaching on RMPS topics, this is the place for you! The quality of these teaching materials has been acknowledged in all of the schools I have worked in, has been cited by HMIe Inspectors, and has been recommended by the TES Resource Team. Please consider following me to be the first to find out about my new resources (free and paid) as I publish them.
The Good Samaritan Activities and Presentation
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‘The Good Samaritan Presentation and Activities’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to interact in a meaningful way with this parable through a mixture of engaging activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students: crack the code, Think-Pair-Share, reflective questions, class discussions etc. The activities are designed to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. You can encourage your students to interact with each other while completing the activities, to identify possible misconceptions they may have about this parable. This resource is designed to last 1-2 periods and complements ‘The Good Samaritan Jigsaw Puzzles’ which can be found here. The lesson is designed to help most pupils: ❤ to narrate the parable of the Good Samaritan ❤ to identify who our neighbour is ❤ to describe ways in which our neighbour could be helped The animation added to all slides helps teachers to pause whenever necessary to explain, expand or clarify any questions pupils may have. Should the teacher want to add other pieces of information which he/she thinks is relevant to this parable or to change the order of slides, this PowerPoint is fully editable to allow all of these. Get a free sample of this resource here. Content Cover Teacher Notes PowerPoint Presentation (fully editable and with animation) Worksheets TOU/Credits Page Count: 43 Related resources: All Parables
Remembrance Day Activities and Presentation
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Remembrance Day Activities and Presentation

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‘Remembrance Day Lest we Forget’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to engage in a meaningful way with this event and to understand the meaning and significance of Remembrance Day. This resource is also the third lesson of the unit ‘Exploring Autumn and Winter Festivals’ (unit plan can be found here) and it is designed to last 1-2 periods. The resource contains a PowerPoint to give structure to the lesson, a flip chart with engaging activities for students and worksheets. There is a mixture of stimulating and attractive activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students: give me 3, watching video-clips, reflective questions, KUI activity etc. There are many opportunities for class discussions to encourage young people to present their own opinions and respect the views of others. All activities are clearly linked to success criteria. All activities proved to be very successful in helping pupils consolidate their knowledge and understanding of Remembrance Day. I have included a sample of pupils’ feedback which was very positive. At the end of this topic you can celebrate pupils’ success with one of these certificates. ********************************************************************************** This resource contains: ✶ Cover ✶ Teacher Notes (including learning objectives, ways of differentiating, detailed instructions on how and when to use this resource and printing tips) ✶ PowerPoint Presentation (fully editable and with animation) ✶ Flipchart Interactive Activities ✶ Worksheets ✶ TOU/Credits Page Count: 43 ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All Festivals Resources **********************************************************************************
Christmas Activities and Presentation
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Christmas Activities and Presentation

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‘The True Story of Christmas’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to engage in a meaningful way with this festival and to clarify some misconceptions they may have about the Christmas Story by looking at the biblical accounts of the first Christmas. This resource is designed to last 1-2 periods. ‘The True Story of Christmas’ complements <strong><a href=https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/exploring-festivals-christmas-11417888> Exploring Festivals: Christmas.</a></strong> The resource contains a mixture of stimulating and attractive activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students: brainstorming activity, words sort, group work, write your story, KUI activity etc. There are many opportunities for class discussions (when reading Biblical accounts) to encourage young people to present their own opinions and respect the views of others. All activities are clearly linked to success criteria. <strong>CONTENT</strong>: ✵ Cover ✵ Teacher Notes (including learning objectives, ways of differentiating, detailed instructions on how and when to use this resource and printing tips) ✵ PowerPoint Presentation (fully editable and with animation) ✵ Worksheets (available in colour and blackline for your convenience) ✵ TOU/Credits <strong> Page Count</strong>: 55 <strong>Related Resources</strong> ✵ All Festivals Resources ✵ All Christmas Resources
The Good Samaritan Presentation and Activities: free sample
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The Good Samaritan Presentation and Activities: free sample

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This is a free sample version of ‘The Good Samaritan Presentation and Activities’ that you can find here. Please feel free to download it so that you may make a reasonable judgement as to whether this would be appropriate for your students. Content: 1. Cover 2. Teacher Notes 3. PowerPoint Presentation (fully editable and with animation) 4. TOU/Credits Page Count: 15 ********************************************************************************** About the full version: ‘The Good Samaritan Presentation and Activities’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to interact in a meaningful way with this parable through a mixture of engaging activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students: crack the code, Think-Pair-Share, reflective questions, class discussions etc. The activities are designed to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. You can encourage your students to interact with each other while completing the activities, to identify possible misconceptions they may have about this parable. This resource is designed to last 1-2 periods and complements ‘The Good Samaritan Jigsaw Puzzles’ which can be found here. The lesson is designed to help most pupils: ❤ to narrate the parable of the Good Samaritan ❤ to identify who our neighbour is ❤ to describe ways in which our neighbour could be helped The animation added to all slides helps teachers to pause whenever necessary to explain, expand or clarify any questions pupils may have. Should the teacher want to add other pieces of information which he/she thinks is relevant to this parable or to change the order of slides, this PowerPoint is fully editable to allow all of these. ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All Christianity Resources **********************************************************************************
Free Thanksgiving Activities Sampler
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Free Thanksgiving Activities Sampler

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In America, Thanksgiving is one of the most important days of the year. This is when people give thanks to God for food and all of the good things they have in their lives. ‘Thanksgiving Day Sampler’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to engage in a meaningful way with this festival through a mixture of attractive activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students: give me 3, Think-Pair-Share, watching a video clip, 3-3-1 activity, class discussions and designing a Thanksgiving Card. All activities are clearly linked to success criteria. I have included a few pictures of completed work from my students. This resource is also the third lesson of the unit ‘Exploring Autumn and Winter Festivals’ (unit plan can be found <strong><a href=https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/exploring-autumn-and-winter-festivals-unit-plan-11142078>here</a></strong> and the complete unit of study here) . ‘Thanksgiving Day Sampler’ complements ‘Thanksgiving Day Activity Pack’ which can be found here and ‘Thanksgiving Day Jigsaw Puzzles’ which can be found here. <strong>Learning intentions</strong> The lesson was designed to help most pupils: ✶ to give 2 - 3 examples of key features of Thanksgiving; ✶ to identify the key events of the story of the first Thanksgiving; ✶ to describe 3-4 practices associated with Thanksgiving. <strong> This resource contains</strong>: ✶ Cover ✶ Teacher Notes ✶ PowerPoint Presentation (fully editable and with animation) ✶ TOU/Credits <strong> PAGE COUNT</strong>: 24 <strong>Related Resources</strong> All Festivals
Holocaust Research Project Complete Pack
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Holocaust Research Project Complete Pack

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SAVE 50% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE! This bundle is a complete pack of resources which assists teachers and students to research various ways in which different people reacted to the Nazi regime and produce a report which fully investigates the chosen topic. Aim of this research: Teaching Holocaust history demands a high level of sensitivity and awareness of the complexity of the subject matter. It is hoped that this research project will provide your students with a clearer understanding of the Holocaust as a story for all of humanity and will encourage them to think critically about important issues and values not only within the historical context of the Holocaust, but also in contemporary society. The structure of the research project: This project is an ideal activity to be used at the end of the unit 'Exploring the Holocaust’ and it is structured in three parts. It is designed to be used over a number of weeks and it is flexible in that you can choose how much time to spend on each section. In Part 1, Beginning to investigate, students identify the five topics they can choose from and they are given guidelines on how to write the report and to gather basic information about their topic. In Part 2, Investigating–class time, students choose one aspect of the Holocaust, research from a website and make notes about key points, write up their findings, reflect on what they have read and written, and present their projects. In Part 3, Celebrating success, students peer- and self-assess the projects, reflect on their learning and celebrate success. At the end of this topic you can celebrate students’ success with one of these certificates. If you would like more information about the bundle content, you can watch a video showcase here. TOTAL PAGE COUNT: 86 ********************************************************************************** Related Products All Research Resources **********************************************************************************
Religion and Sport
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Religion and Sport

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This lesson is part of the inter-disciplinary project: Religion and Sport. Pupils learn to describe a situation where an athlete may experience a conflict between the requirements of their religious belief and the demands of their sport, to identify and explain any religious beliefs/practices associated with the potential conflict and to discuss factors that will influence choices for a person facing such a conflict. The resource can be used with S1/S2/S3 classes (Scotland) or year 7/8/9 (England) and it is designed to last 1-2 periods. Pupils are encouraged to debate, to express their own opinions and to think more deeply about this topic. The activities are designed to give all pupils opportunities to achieve all success criteria and experience enjoyment at the same time. The PowerPoint, with a very clear structure and eye-catching images can be used to boost vocabulary, to consolidate understanding and encourage confident thinking. Please rate and leave comments if you use or like this resource. Your feedback is greatly appreciated! For a wider range of free and paid resources please have a look at my shop: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/dana2010
The Apostles’ Creed Activities Jigsaw Puzzles
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Are you looking for a fun way to learn more about the Apostles’ Creed? This set of seven differentiated jigsaw puzzles is perfect for you and your class. Use the puzzles with your students to build up vocabulary, reinforce comprehension of key concepts, and deepen knowledge of the Apostles’ Creed. Perfect for the secondary classroom, for homeschool or Sunday School students, these puzzles can be easily used in a variety of ways: as part of the lesson ‘The Apostles’ Creed’ during class activities, for revision, or as a stand-alone activity for early or fast finishers. Students can work on them individually, in pairs or in mixed-ability groups. All you need to do is to print off the puzzles (as many copies as you need), laminate them for durability, cut them out carefully to ensure close matching and finally, store all the pieces in Ziplock bags or envelopes. Each jigsaw puzzle can be number-coded for organisational convenience. Please be aware that all image-puzzles are graphic heavy and require a colour printer and lots of ink! This resource contains: 🧩 Cover 🧩 Teacher Notes (including ways of differentiating, detailed instructions on how and when to use this resource, the benefits of using a jigsaw puzzle and printing tips) 🧩 Text-puzzles Version 1: text only Version 2: text and blackline images Version 3: text and colour images 🧩 Image-puzzle 1 🧩 Image-puzzle 2 🧩 Image-puzzle 3 🧩 Image-puzzle 4 🧩 Number-coding for the reverse side of all puzzles 🧩 TOU/Credits Related Resources All puzzles
The Three Jewels - The Dhamma
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The Three Jewels - The Dhamma

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This lesson is designed to meet the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016). Pupils learn how to explain the importance of the Three Jewels for Buddhists and how to describe the Dhamma. The resource can be taught in 1-2 periods. It contains a PowerPoint to give structure to the lesson, a flip chart with activities for pupils, the lesson plan and two worksheets. Activities include ‘Think pair share’, to give thinking time and encourage pupils to discuss and take others’ views on board, watching and discussing video-clips, a starter and exit ticket to monitor pupil understanding.
Worship in Buddhism
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Worship in Buddhism

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This resource is designed to meet the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016) and to help pupils to explain what is worship and to analyse the importance of worship in the two main Buddhist traditions: Theravada and Mahayana. The lesson can be completed in 1-2 periods. This resource contains a PowerPoint, a flip chart with activities for the pupils and the lesson plan. Activities include: a starter (Give me 3), ‘sequence it’, watching video-clips, a plenary etc. There are opportunities for individual and group work.
The Wheel of Life - Samsara
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The Wheel of Life - Samsara

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This lesson is designed to meet the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016). It helps pupils to explain the meaning of Samsara, to describe the wheel of life, to interpret possible implications of Samsara for the lives of Buddhists, to identify one key belief and one key practice related to Samsara and to analyse the significance of it. The resource requires 1-2 periods to be completed. It includes a PowerPoint to give structure to lessons and provide a visual aid when needed, a flip chart with activities for the pupils, the lesson plan and two worksheets. The principles and strategies of formative assessment are embedded in the lesson (for example, entrance ticket, opinion line and the self-evaluation activity). There are many opportunities for class discussions to encourage young people to present their own opinions and respect the opinion/views of others.
Introduction to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ
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Introduction to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ

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This resource is designed for OCR’s GSCE (9-1) in Religious Studies (J625/01 or J125): ‘Beliefs and Teachings and Practices’ (Christianity). It aims to prepare the students for the study of ‘Jesus Christ’ by offering an introduction to His life and teachings and also, to embed literacy skills across your teaching of Religious Studies. It is designed to last 2-3 periods. Learning Objectives Pupils will learn to: ✶ identify 2-3 facts about Jesus’ life; ✶ explain Jesus’ main teachings. Differentiation ✶ All pupils: can explain Jesus’ main teachings and give a brief account of Jesus’s life using 3-4 key words ✶ Most pupils: can explain Jesus’ main teachings and give an account of Jesus’s life using 5-6 key words ✶ Some pupils: can explain Jesus’ main teachings and give a detailed account of Jesus’s life using all key words Delivering topic content using a different strategy Developing literacy, numeracy and health and wellbeing sit at the core of all curricula around the globe and thus, developing literacy skills is a key focus in every classroom. This resource provides you with another approach to a routine task and focuses on an approach called: 'Reading to Write’ which was developed in Australia. Using this strategy, the content of a topic is taught through the reading and writing rather than using the reading and writing after the teaching. Please note that this resource is just an introduction to the topic: ‘Jesus Christ’; the rest of the resources addressing this topic will follow soon. ********************************************************************************** This resource contains: ✶ Cover ✶ Teacher Notes (including detailed instructions, the steps and the benefits of the strategy) ✶ PowerPoint Presentation ((fully editable and with animation) ✶ KWL ✶ Worksheets (for teachers and pupils) ✶ Lesson Plan ✶ TOU/Credits Page Count: 38 ********************************************************************************** Related Resources Christianity **********************************************************************************
Buddhism Activity Pack
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Buddhism Activity Pack

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In order to engage a wide range of students and abilities, it is important to find ways to integrate religious education with other subject areas. Do you have pupils who love Maths? Do you have pupils who also love Religious Education? If so, this is the activity for them! ‘Introduction to Buddhism through Mathematics’ brings together Maths skills whilst consolidating students’ knowledge of beliefs and practices of Buddhism. DIFFERENTIATION These differentiated activities have the advantage of combining students’ Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing. They are well differentiated to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. The activities are set at different levels of difficulty to help all students to achieve the learning objectives. Students can choose the activity they feel comfortable with. LEARNING INTENTIONS: The sentences / words are developed in alignment with the learning objectives for the lesson: ‘Introduction to Buddhism’: ☸ to give examples of 2-3 Buddhist beliefs and practices; ☸ to explain the key words: ‘the Buddha’, ‘enlightenment’ and ‘the Middle Way’. The activities are suitable for homework or during class activities (as a starter or plenary). Answer keys are provided for all activities! ********************************************************************************** This resource contains: ☸ Cover ☸ Teacher notes ☸ Choice 1: 10 activities ☸ Choice 1: Answer Keys ☸ Choice 2: 10 activities ☸ Choice 2: Answer Keys ☸ TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 31 ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All puzzles All Buddhism Resources **********************************************************************************
The Three Jewels- The Buddha
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The Three Jewels- The Buddha

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This lesson meets the standards of the new Higher RMPS exam (valid from August 2016) and it is designed to last 1-2 periods. It encourages pupils to evaluate the importance of the Three Jewels for Buddhists, to explain why the Buddha is a refuge and to identify the Mahayana and Theravada views about what happened to the Buddha after death. The resource includes a PowerPoint with a clear structure of the lessons, a flip chart with engaging activities for pupils, the lesson plan and two worksheets. There is also a video-clip incorporated in the lesson to make it more relevant and up-to-date. The resource ensures pace and challenge for learners of different ability levels in order to promote the highest possible achievement for all.
FREE Christmas PowerPoint Game
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FREE Christmas PowerPoint Game

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Bring some festive vibe and fun into your classes with this interactive Christmas PowerPoint Game - the perfect resource to end the year with! It can be played after teaching The True Story of Christmas. Students have the task of reading some Christmas related sentences and working out, from a choice of three answers, what the missing word should be. If students click on the incorrect answer, the box and the word will fall away. If they click on the correct answer, the word will do a happy dance! The correct word will then appear in the gap, accompanied by a sound. This quiz type game can be played independently or in small groups. The game opens in presentation mode, so that it cannot be edited or deleted by mistake. ********************************************************** CONTENT: ✶ Cover ✶ 20 Christmas Questions ✶ TOU/Credits Page Count: 25 ********************************************************** Related Resources All Puzzles All Christmas Resources **********************************************************************************
Christianity: St Columba Fun Activity Pack
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Christianity: St Columba Fun Activity Pack

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This fun activity pack consists of a set of four differentiated puzzles to use with your students when teaching about St. Columba. ‘St. Columba - Fun Activity Pack’ is designed not just for creating ‘busy-work’ for students, but for engaging students in the learning process while consolidating their learning about St. Columba. The key words used in these puzzles have been carefully chosen to offer the repetition needed for this new word list to be integrated into the students’ growing RE vocabulary. When to use these activities? The resource can be used during class activities, for homework or for revision. Answer keys are provided for all activities! Just print as many copies of each activity as you need. You may want to give each student a copy or, you may consider giving the students the option to work in pairs. At the end of this topic you can celebrate pupils’ success with one of these certificates. *********************************************** This resource contains: ✶ Cover ✶ Teacher Notes (including learning objectives, ways of differentiating, detailed instructions on how and when to use these activities and printing tips) ✶ 4 Activities and answer keys:         Activity 1: Crack the code         Activity 2: Wordsearches         Activity 3: Word snakes         Activity 4: Word jumbles ✶ TOU/Credits Page Count: 37 *********************************************** Related Resources All Puzzles **********************************************************************************
Sikhism Activity Pack
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Sikhism Activity Pack

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In order to engage a wide range of students and abilities it is important to find ways to integrate religious education with other subject areas. Do you have pupils who love Maths? Do you have pupils who also love Religious Education? If so, this is the activity for them! ‘Introduction to Sikhism through Mathematics’ brings together Maths skills whilst consolidating students’ knowledge of beliefs and practices of Sikhism. <strong>DIFFERENTIATION</strong> These differentiated activities have the advantage of combining students’ Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing. They are well differentiated to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. The activities are set at different levels of difficulty to help all students to achieve the learning objectives. Students can choose the activity they feel comfortable with. <strong>LEARNING INTENTIONS</strong>: The sentences / words are developed in alignment with the learning objectives for the lesson: ‘Introduction to Sikhism’: ☬ to give examples of 2-3 Sikh beliefs and practices; ☬ to explain the key words: ‘Gurdwara’, ‘Khalsa’ and ‘Khanda’. The activities are suitable for homework or during class activities (as a starter or plenary). Answer keys are provided for all activities! <strong> This resource contains</strong>: ☬ Cover ☬ Teacher Notes ☬ Choice 1: 10 activities ☬ Choice 1: Answer Keys ☬ Choice 2: 10 activities ☬ Choice 2: Answer Keys ☬ TOU/Credits <strong> PAGE COUNT</strong>: 31 <strong>Related Resources</strong> All puzzles All Sikhism Resources
World Religions Activity Pack
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World Religions Activity Pack

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SAVE 50% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE! In order to engage a wide range of students and abilities it is important to find ways to integrate religious education with other subject areas. Do you have pupils who love Maths? Do you have pupils who also love Religious Education? If so, this is the activity for them! ‘Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics’ brings together Maths skills whilst consolidating students’ knowledge of beliefs and practices of six world religions. DIFFERENTIATION These differentiated activities have the advantage of combining students’ Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing. They are well differentiated to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. The activities are set at different levels of difficulty to help all students to achieve the learning objectives. Students can choose the activity they feel comfortable with. The activities are suitable for homework or during class activities (as a starter or plenary). Answer keys are provided for all activities! ********************************************************************************** Included in the Introduction to World Religions through Mathematics are the following files: ♱ Introduction to Christianity through Mathematics ☸ Introduction to Buddhism through Mathematics ☪ Introduction to Islam through Mathematics ॐ Introduction to Hinduism through Mathematics ☬ Introduction to Sikhism through Mathematics ✡ Introduction to Judaism through Mathematics Don't forget to celebrate your students' success with the certificates included! ********************************************************************************** Each file contains: ★ Cover ★ Teacher notes ★ Choice 1: 10 activities ★ Choice 1: Answer Keys ★ Choice 2: 10 activities ★ Choice 2: Answer Keys ★ TOU/Credits ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All puzzles ***********************************************************
Remembrance Day Activities Bundle
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Remembrance Day Activities Bundle

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SAVE 50% BY PURCHASING THE BUNDLE! This year prepare your pupils for Remembrance Day with this complete pack which includes a whole lesson on Remembrance Day and a wide range of engaging activities! Don’t forget to celebrate their success with the certificates included! Included in the Remembrance Day Bundle are the following files: FILE 1: Remembrance Day Lest We Forget ‘Remembrance Day Lest we Forget’ is a well-structured lesson which aims to help students to engage in a meaningful way with this event and to understand the meaning and significance of Remembrance Day. FILE 2: Remembrance Day Jigsaw Puzzles Motivate and enthuse your students with these five differentiated jigsaw puzzles (1 text puzzle and 4 image puzzles) which have the advantage of combining learning about Remembrance with the enjoyment of playing. The puzzles are suitable to be used as part of the lesson ‘Remembrance Lest We Forget’ during class activities, for revision or as a stand-alone activity. FILE 3: Remembrance Day Activity Pack This activity pack consists of a set of 10 activities to use with your students when teaching about Remembrance Day. There is a mixture of engaging and attractive activities which ensure high-quality learning experiences for all students. The resource can be used during class activities, for homework or for revision. Answer keys are provided for all activities! FILE 4: Certificates A wide range of colourful and motivating certificates - just print, personalise and laminate! <strong>TOTAL PAGE COUNT: </strong> 141 Related Resources All Festivals Resources All Puzzles **********************************************************************************
Judaism Activity Pack
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In order to engage a wide range of students and abilities it is important to find ways to integrate religious education with other subject areas. Do you have pupils who love Maths? Do you have pupils who also love Religious Education? If so, this is the activity for them! ‘Introduction to Judaism through Mathematics’ brings together Maths skills whilst consolidating students’ knowledge of beliefs and practices of Judaism. DIFFERENTIATION These differentiated activities have the advantage of combining students’ Maths skills with the enjoyment of playing. They are well differentiated to engage all students in the learning process and to enhance their learning experience. The activities are set at different levels of difficulty to help all students to achieve the learning objectives. Students can choose the activity they feel comfortable with. LEARNING INTENTIONS: The sentences / words are developed in alignment with the learning objectives for the lesson: ‘Introduction to Judaism’: ✡ to give examples of 2-3 Jewish beliefs and practices; ✡ to explain the key words: ‘the Torah’, ‘Kosher’ and ‘Shabbat’. The activities are suitable for homework or during class activities (as a starter or plenary). Answer keys are provided for all activities! ********************************************************************************** This resource contains: ✡ Cover ✡ Teacher notes ✡ Choice 1: 10 activities ✡ Choice 1: Answer Keys ✡ Choice 2: 10 activities ✡ Choice 2: Answer Keys ✡ TOU/Credits PAGE COUNT: 31 ********************************************************************************** Related Resources All puzzles **********************************************************************************