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This religious education teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to identify, describe and record the sequence of narrative events and special themes in the story from the Bible about Noah and the Ark. The class can compose prayers, produce artwork and make models to show some of the different events.

Identify, describe and record the sequence of narrative events and special themes in the story from the Bible about Noah and the Ark

Lesson One : Noah’s Story

Describe the role and importance of a significant figure that features in a story from the Old Testament

Lesson Two : Ark Instructions

Select, write and order a set of instructions about how to build a wooden ark to survive a flood

Lesson Three : Flood Preparations

Select and record some of the precious items that could have been taken into the ark by Noah and his family

Lesson Four : Weather Prayer

Choose vocabulary to use when composing a prayer asking God to look after the world

Lesson Five : World Changes

Discuss and suggest ways to make the world a better place in response to a Bible story

Lesson Six : Story Collage

Produce a collage to illustrate a scene from the Bible story about Noah and the ark

  • Word Sentences or

    Word Sentences or

    Select and use words with the common letter strings or to complete different sentences

  • Word Sentences air

    Word Sentences air

    Select and use words with the common letter string air to complete different sentences

  • Buses, Trains, Planes

    Buses, Trains, Planes

    Select patterned language to use when writing poems describing ways of travelling when making different journeys

  • Poetry Display

    Poetry Display

    Redraft and edit poems to display in the classroom describing transport that can be used for a range of journeys