KS2 R.E. This application consists of a drag and drop labelling exercise for symbols used within the Buddhist temple. By clicking on each symbol, pupils can access a summary information panel about that particular symbol to further explore its symbolic meaning. In the matching activity, the symbols can then be dragged to the corresponding description. This application consists of a drag and drop labelling exercise for symbols used within the Christian church. This application consists of a drag and drop labelling exercise for the Hindu Puja Tray. Can you find these Hindu words? Eight photo jigsaws based on the topic of Hinduism. Six photo jigsaws based on the topic of Easter.
Buddhism for Kids | Learn Buddha's Teaching Through Songs Facts About Religions Religious Studies The Christmas Story of the Nativity We have produced this illustrated Christmas story of the Birth of Jesus suitable for 6 - 11 year olds. Simple to navigate. Jesus - The Story A site which examines the life, character, teachings and followers of Jesus Christ. BBC Learning Zone Class Clips The Learning Zone provides short videos which have been selected to match the curriculum for use in primary and secondary schools. Christmas Games Check out our favourite selection of Christmas games and interactive Advent Calendars. Christmas How much do you know about Christmas? Christmas Activities Try our selection of Christmas puzzles and colouring pictures. Advent Find out the facts about Advent, when it is on the Christian Calendar and how it is celebrated in the Christian Church. How to Make a Christingle Follow our step-by-step instructions on how to make a Christingle. The Meaning of Christingle Discover the origins of Christingles, the symbolism behind them and how to make your own Christingle.
Religious Education (RE) 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. Virtual Church Kids! Welcome to the Children's Room of the Virtual Church. We have stories to share, pictures to color, links to Bible games and activity pages, links to Sunday School and Vacation Bible School resources, and links to interesting (and safe) websites to visit. Illustrated Bible Stories Jonah and the Great Fish David and Goliath Joseph Saves His People The Men in the Fiery Furnace The Woman Who Believed Noah and the ArkThe Flood vs Science: Points to Ponder About the Flood Searching for Noah's ArkMt Ararat: has Noah's Ark been found? The Men in the Furnace Elijah and the Fire from Heaven The Woman at the Well The Rich Man and the Street Person The Wise and Foolish Virgins The Wayward Son Samson and Delilah More Bible stories and coloring pages Psalty's Coloring Pages The Tower of BabelSamaritan NeighborThe Walls of Jericho From the Children's Chapel: Stories of the beginning Stories of Joseph Stories of Moses Stories of Jesus Antelope Publishing: Online Bible Stories: From Paul Dallgras-Frey, a cartoonist:
Papa Panov's Special Christmas: A Christmas Story PAPA PANOV'S SPECIAL CHRISTMASa French folktaleretold by Leo Tolstoy It was Christmas Eve and although it was still afternoon, lights had begun to appear in the shops and houses of the little Russian village, for the short winter day was nearly over. Excited children scurried indoors and now only muffled sounds of chatter and laughter escaped from closed shutters. Old Papa Panov, the village shoemaker, stepped outside his shop to take one last look around. The sounds of happiness, the bright lights and the faint but delicious smells of Christmas cooking reminded him of past Christmas times when his wife had still been alive and his own children little. Now they had gone. Papa Panov did not often read, but tonight he pulled down the big old family Bible and, slowly tracing the lines with one forefinger, he read again the Christmas story. "Oh, dear, oh, dear!" He read on about the wise men who had come to see the baby Jesus, bringing him splendid gifts. Then his face brightened.
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