Links to free to use Religious Education resources, games and activities, covering, Foundation/Pre-school, key stages 1 & 2, grades 1-6, ages 3-11 years.
Here are 6 random links from this subject
A Jewish family welcome their Grandparents to celebrate Shabbat together. Just before dark the mother lights the Shabbat candles and says a prayer.
Hindu Gods Jigsaw Interactive
Eight photo jigsaws based on the topic of Hinduism.
Customize using the picture, style, number of pieces and rotation features.
The Last Supper Video
The clip begins with an animated version of Jesus throwing out traders from the temple and explains how this deepened the anger of religious leaders who began to plot against him. Two presenters then explain the setting for the Last Supper and that Jesus knew of his forthcoming arrest, they pose the question - what did Jesus ask his disciples to eat and drink in memory of him? The significance of the Last Supper is further explained through the example of a girl, who is moving away. She shares a final meal with her friends and leaves them a parting gift by which they can remember her.
Christian Symbols Interactive
This application consists of a drag and drop labelling exercise for symbols used within the Christian church.
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.
From the BBC. Christianity is the world's biggest religion, with about 2.1 billion followers worldwide. It is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ who lived in the Holy Land 2,000 years ago. For ease of navigation, we include as Christian any group that sincerely regards itself as Christian, and whose beliefs are based on the teaching of Jesus.
Harvest Poster Printable
A4 Harvest poster showing an image of a combine harvester in a field. We also have a larger version of this poster in our autumn resources section.