Perfect for introducing your class to the Diwali festival. Students need a second piece of paper, scissors, glue and colouring pens/pencils/crayons to go along with this exercise.
Your pupils must colour in the shapes, cut them our and arrange them with glue on a fresh piece of paper.
Alternatively the pieces can be used as templates., or as inspiration for the pupils to produce their own designs.
A simple reading and comprehension exercise to introduce young learners to the Hanukkah festival.
The worksheet features a child named Tamara celebrating Hanukkah with her family. She describes how they celebrate the festival. There is an accompanying Question and Answer sheet.
This work is perfect for introducing your students to the Hanukkah festival, other cultures and perfect for RE classes.
This exercise is a basic reading and comprehension worksheet, designed to introduce the topic of the Diwali festival to students.
This is also a great way to get your learners talking about festivals and holidays, particularly students from diverse backgrounds who celebrate non-western holidays.
We see a young Hindu girl, Tanya, describing how she celebrates Diwali with her family. A series of questions then follows to see how your students understand the text.
Simple colouring in exercise for your students. Perfect for RE classes or for introducing the topic of Diwali celebrations or Rangolis.
Simply as your students to colour in the design. There are several provided for variety.
This activity is ideal for warming up or winding down your class and or to build up to more complicated Rangoli creations with other materials.
Students merely require colouring materials for this exercise.
An artistic activity for your students to accompany their learning about Hanukkah and Judaism.
The activity asks students to draw a design on the template provided, which can then be cut out and stuck together to create a dreidel.
This is intended as a fun activity to get students creatively engaged with the lesson.
Introduce your students to the dreidel game this Hanukkah. This easy to understand worksheet explains in simple terms hoe to play with a dreidel.
Along with this resource you will need a dreidel, some tokens, beads, sweets of gelt (chocolate coins for an authentic hanukkah experience).
Divide your students into small teams and give them each a driedel and a worksheet and some ‘gelt’.
This worksheet is a fun activity aimed at RE students to introduce them to different cultures and holidays.