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.
A simple worksheet for introducing your pupils to the English alphabet. This worksheet features both upper and lower case letters together.
Ideal for very young children who are first learning to read or ESOL/ESL learners who are new to the English alphabet.
Four different activity worksheets that will help learners explore the background to the start of the French Revolution.
The first worksheet asks the learners to simply pick out from a list of options what they think the causes of the French revolution include.
The next worksheets are missing word activities where the learns must complete the text by choosing the correct word from the lists provided. The second sheet explores what French society was like before the revolution, the third explores the National Assembly and the fourth looks at the influence of the Enlightenment on the revolutionaries.
Perfect for history students.
(This particular sheets comes with a TRIGGER WARNING - violence/ descriptions of brutality and graphic details).
Aimed at a higher age group, this is an ideal work pack for a history / politics class looking to understand more about democracy and reform.
The Peterloo Massacre was an important event in local history. In this worksheet you will find an eye-witness account from reformer Samuel Bamford. The group is asked to read the account and break into groups and discuss the Peterloo Massacre, the reasons for it and it’s consequences.
PLEASE NOTE - this work pack is rather text heavy. The Peterloo Massacre also covers sensitive topics about the right to protest and talks about police brutality with descriptions of violence, injury and murder and should be navigated with sensitivity. As such this work pack is aimed an older student body.
A simple worksheet for early learners to practice the alphabet. Also ideal for ESL/ESOL learners who are new to the alphabet.
Your learners must simply continue the sequence of letters starting form random points in the alphabet.