Resources to support Christian prayers, milestones in the life of Christians, the Church building, Bible and festivals and celebrations are all here for you to try. There's plenty of Bible stories for children too.
A wonderful site which retells the Bible stories with some nice images too. Ideal for Ks2, but teachers of Ks1 children will easily be able to copy, paste and edit the text, in order to customise it for their class or even assembly! Stories include; The Story of Christmas, Jesus Feeds Five Thousand, A Story in Three Parts, Zacchaeus Up a Tree, Meditations for the Easter Season, Samson & Delilah, Jonah, the Runaway Prophet, Elijah & the Miraculous Jar of Oil, The Story of Daniel Begins, The Mysterious Dream, The Fiery Furnace, The King Finally Gets It (King Nebuchadnezzar), The Writing on the Wall, The Lions Den.
Lots of lovely pictures to talk about. Suitable for every age.
Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost are presented in a glorious online experience. Ideal for older KS2. Choose Christianity from the first drop-down menu, then your festival from the right hand one.
A host of quality images which any teacher could use with their class. Suitable for every age group. Pictures on church buidings, denominations, rites of passage, art and symbols, worship and festivals. Wonderful.
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The school train website has sections on books, clothes, food, beliefs, prayer, symbols and weddings.
This wonderful resource from REfuel includes sections on;
The life of Jesus,
Stories from the Old Testament,
Stories from the New Testament,
The Lord's Prayer,
Stories included in the old testament section are creation, Daniel and the Lion's den and Noah and the Ark.
Stories included in the New Testament section are Healing the Blind Man, the Good Samaritan and the Lost Sheep.
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Look around this church and go on a treasure hunt if you are up to the challenge. Great images on this BGFL site.
A smashing plethora of photographs which depict every nook and cranny of the strangest and most beautiful churches around the world. Use the search this groups' pool and you'll discover lots of photos to use in your lessons including those of steeples, spires, fonts, aisles, bells, graveyards, naves, pews, organs....ideal for comparing churches in Ks2 too. Please search the pool as lesson preparation, this is an open photo sharing group so we would not recommend children use this resource directly.
This Cleo site shows how a church has changed over the years. Use the IWB pen and circle all the differences.
Belonging, Creation, Baptism and forgiving are covered here. Useful drag and drop activities and good images for infants.
The databank has lots of images and text to explore life's big moments; baptism, communion, confirmation, weddings and funerals. There is a wonderful tour of a church where you can click on the objects to find out more. This is a super little site.
Section 3 has a wonderful drawn image of a traditional Church of England style Church. Great for pointing out all of the features including chancel, aisle etc... Can be used across the school.
Information on the history and ideas for projects. A wonderful Woodlands jnr webpage.
A perfect introduction to Harvest festival for KS1. This resource could be easily adapted for lower KS2.
These are beautiful drawn images covering Christmas, Easter and many other Bible stories. A supe resource if you know what you're talking about, but want some great visuals!
Very genuine and lovely short videos from the Orthodox Community in Leyland, near Preston. Subjects covered include Icons, the Sign of the Cross, the Cross and the Candle, Holy Water and the Bible. Additionally there is footage of some Orthodox chanting.
A wonderful story, very clear and bright images made of Lego, would you believe. Telling the story of Jesus' Baptism by John the Baptist. Please ensure supervision of children using this site. Some Bible stories that we HAVE NOT linked to may be unsuitable for some youngsters.
This infant resource will help to explore the symbology behind the role of light in the Church.
This is a great site as it covers, babies, weddings, baptisms, confirmation and death. Ideal for infants.
Lots of images which relate to Churches in Britain can be found in this gallery.
For those who are crafty, what better way to enjoy learning about Pentecost than to create a Pentecost spinner. Super for lower Ks2 and Ks1.
Ideal for children. Scroll down past the corny story, it does get better. Ideal for both Ks1 and 2 because you will be able to adapt the language. (Whit Sunday, Whitsun tide)
There are images and videos of many places of worship. Use the side menu bar to find the videos. Covers Judaism - Synagogue, Islam - Mosque, Buddhist - Temples, Hindu - Temple, Sikh Gurdwara. Lots of useful images and text more suitable for Ks2.
A great resource which could be adapted for most ages. Preparation for a visit to a church.
A great site that deals with Christianity in a suitable way for older KS2. Areas covered are the basics, festivals, Chritians do what?, churches, the bible, history and evangelism. This really is a super site and written at the right level for KS2 pupils.
An explanation of what the Bible is and the Lord's prayer is explained in a simple way for children to understand. Great for Ks1 and Ks2.
Ideal for infants. Areas covered are: Bible, Christian Art, Church Buildings, Communion, Faith in the Home, Festivals, Going to Church, Life of Jesus, Milestones in Family Life, Music, Our World, Prayer, Symbols, Tell Me About ... A truly useful infant RE website.
Fits neatly into the Jewish section of this site too. A great story from Top Marks.
Music, tour, what to wear, sequencing and matching, colouring pages, photo album, feelings are all considered. Most suitable for infants.
As the title suggests. Ideal for infants.
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