Christianity

Teach your children about Christianity with this collection of classroom teaching resources.

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Easter

What does Easter mean to the children in your class?
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The Ten Plagues of Egypt

The Ten Plagues of Egypt

A fantastic RE and Literacy idea, asking children to write a diary about the 10 plagues. 
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Bible Dramas

Get your children interested in Bible stories, and enrich their language skills by encouraging them to dramatise their favourite story.
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Noah's Ark Banner

Noah's Ark Banner

If you're planning to make a classroom display board about Noah's Ark, we have a free display banner that you can use!
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Easter worksheet

Easter worksheet

An instruction sheet that can be used at Easter time.
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Easter Banners

Easter Banners

Two free banners to use on a classroom display board about Easter.
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Church Visit Activities

A selection of activities for children to complete during a church visit.
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Baptism

Children are required to put these paragraphs into the correct order, to show what happens at a Baptism. Also includes pictures.
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How far is it to Bethlehem?

How far is it to Bethlehem?

A worksheet asking children to think about pilgrimages, originally intended for Year 4 children.
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The Creation Story

 A fun way of helping children to remember the events of the Creation Story.
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Churches

A set of photos which could be used as a stimulus for a discussion about churches in Christianity.
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Journey Through Time

Journey Through Time

A useful PDF about Mary and Joseph's journey to Bethlehem. Originally created for use by Year 4 children.
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Advent and Christmas

Advent and Christmas

A worksheet to be completed as part of class discussions.
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The Church Calendar

A set of plans which cover different times in the Christian church calendar.
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Lent

Lent

A comprehension-style activity, which asks children to think about Lent.