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Lesson Six – Family Prayers

This religious education teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to reflect and record how to give thanks to different members of a family through prayer. The children can compose their own prayers to record how someone in their family can help them in different ways.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to reflect and record how to give thanks to different members of a family through prayer

Learning Objectives

Name and explore a range rituals in religion, noting similarities where appropriate. Explain the meaning of vocabulary used in a prayer.

Learning Outcomes

I can say why people say thank you prayers for members of their family. I can explain the meaning of words in a prayer.

Family Prayers

Teaching sequence to help the children reflect and record how to give thanks to different members of a family through prayer

Hail Mary

Display poster for whole class discussion to help the children read and explain the meaning of a Christian prayer about an important figure in Christianity

Helping Others

Template to help the children select and record how they can receive support from a family member at home

Thank You Letter

Template to help the children select and write a letter to thank a member of their family for support at home

Family Prayers

Interactive activity to help the children reflect and record how to give thanks to different members of a family through prayer

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to reflect and record how to give thanks to different members of a family through prayer

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