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Lesson Three – Lord’s Prayer

This religious education teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to read and describe the meaning behind a prayer used by Christians to give thanks to God. The class can practise writing their own prayers to thank God for something that he has given the world.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to read and describe the meaning behind a prayer used by Christians to give thanks to God

Learning Objectives

Name and explore a range of worship and rituals in religion. Discuss the meaning behind words used in a Christian prayer.

Learning Outcomes

I can say why and how Christians pray to God to give thanks. I can explain the meaning of words and phrases in a prayer.

Lord’s Prayer

Teaching sequence to help the children read and describe the meaning behind a prayer used by Christians to give thanks to God

Lord’s Prayer

Shared reading text for whole class discussion to help the children describe the meaning of words in a prayer to thank God

Thank You Prayer

Template to help the children select and write a prayer to thank God for something special in the world

Lord’s Prayer

Interactive activity to help the children read and describe the meaning behind a prayer used by Christians to give thanks to God

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to read and describe the meaning behind a prayer used by Christians to give thanks to God

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