Buddhism for Kids | Learn Buddha's Teaching Through Songs RE - Islam Teaching Ideas Story of Islam Colouring Book - A colouring story book telling the story of Islam. Contributed by Sherrie Bendjedidi. Islamic Place of Worship - A worksheet containing cloze procedure relating to mosques (answers are given on the activity page). The Five Pillars of Islam - Activities to teach the children about the Five Pillars of Islam. What Kids Say About: Arguing Listen People don't always get along, and when they don't, it's called conflict. We wanted to know more the arguments and disagreements kids have, so we did a KidsPoll to find out. We asked 1,245 boys and girls ages 9 to 13 about conflict and here's what they said: There's plenty of arguing going on — 38% of kids said arguments occur in their home every day; 26% said it happens every week. But it wasn't all bad news. When they're in an argument, they try to talk or work it out. Let's start with those brother and sister squabbles. Arguing with siblings can become so normal that, just like breathing, you might do it naturally without even thinking of it. If you'd like to argue less with siblings (and everyone else), follow these three steps: Control your temper. Listen What's a KidsPoll? The group that took this KidsPoll included an almost equal number of boys and girls. A poll, like the KidsPoll, asks people a list of questions. Back
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Philosophy For Kids Youtwork Practice source: www.youthwork-practice.com | 2000 Games, Ideas and more for Youth Workonly for private using What kind of communication occurs in a group? How do the group members coordinate and cooperate with each other? Who coordinates and who lets themselves be coordinated? How can good communication lead to a quicker goal? These games encourage working together, teach social skills and strengthen team spirit. Always in a Rectangle All players are blindfolded. Everyone stands facing in the same direction in a circle.
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