Below you will find a list of all the R.E. materials reviewed on this site. Each has been carefully considered and reviewed and many come with suggestions for use.
Each element of the story is depicted with a quality illustration and easy to read text – ideal for use on an interactive whiteboard. The Easter Story –
All About Christmas by Topmarks.co.uk
As always the guys at Topmarks have put together a really well presented package. There’s everything you need to know about Christmas contained here…
You can find out why Christians celebrate Christmas and explore the timeline of the Christmas period from Advent to Epiphany.
From the story of the Nativity to individual sections about Advent, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Epiphany and even how to make Christingles, all aspects of the formal side of the festival are covered.
The section on customs covers Santa Clause, Christmas carols, card, Christmas pudding, Christmas trees and mistletoe.
Finally there is a host of activities with Christmas Games, Songs and stories and ‘how to’ advice on the production of cards, Christingles and even a dancing Rudolph!
You can get the low down on Santa, his reindeer and the elves as well as a whole host of puzzles and printables to see you through the madness that occurs once the Christmas postbox comes out… 🙂
If you are looking for a step by step instructions to help you fulfil your pupils’ need to take home a card for mum and dad at Easter then you need look no further.
These easy to follow, simple instructions should enable you to knock out a class set within the space of a single session.
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The Easter Story from topmarks.co.uk
Top marks always provides high quality resources and this is no exception. The format is ideal for use on an interactive whiteboard.
Each element of the story is depicted with a quality illustration and easy to read text. This activity would be ideal as an introduction to a writing session, enabling the discussion of timelines, sentence structure, paragraphing and the use of illustration.
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