Welcome to the summer term in R.E.
I hope you are well and keeping safe.
I am looking forward to seeing your work this half term when you send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Work for the week beginning 13th July.
When study RE , often lots of 'Big Questions.' bubble up into our brains. This is good because it means that we're thinking a lots about what we're learning.
This week we're going to have a go at looking at the difference between small and big questions, including looking at a very funny book!
Work for the week beginning 6th July.
Do you have special words that you want to shout or whisper to someone?
Have a look at the power point and then decide how hot your chilli task will be!
I am looking forward to seeing your work.
Work for the week beginning 29th June.
Your RE task this week is to have a go at building a Mosque for me. Can you raid the recycling box and find something to build with?
Here's are the instructions.
Work for the week beginning 22nd Jun.
This week we're thinking about special places for Muslim people. Have a look at the work sheet and label everything that you can see. Follow the link to have a virtual look around a real Mosque. If this is your religion, could you try and find out the correct names for what you can see?
Work for the week beginning 15th June.
This week we're thinking about places that are special to you. What places do you know that make you feel happy or calm or special?
Look at the power point and describe a place that means a lot to you.
Work for the week beginning 8th June.
The weather isn't so good this week but I'm sure we'll find lots to do!
This week we're thinking all about cats! Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him/ PBUH) was very well known for caring for animals in a time when people didn't often treat them very well. I would like you to read the story, draw a picture of a cat and tell me:-
Why it is important to look after animals.
How you can look after animals.
Work for the week beginning 1st June .
Have you noticed lots of insects whist you have been in the garden or park? Here is a story about ants from the Muslim religion. It think about how to treat all the animals in the world.
I look forward to seeing your work from this week.