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Lesson Six – King Herod

This re;religious education teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to investigate and describe some of the events that occurred after the birth of Jesus and the flight from Bethlehem. The class can produce a collage to illustrate a character connected to the nativity story

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to investigate and describe some of the events that occurred after the birth of Jesus and the flight from Bethlehem

Learning Objectives

Explore a range of religious stories and talk about their meanings. Begin to use a range of religious words.

Learning Outcomes

I can say what a story from the Bible tells us about the life of Jesus. I can use the correct words to describe what happened in a story from the Bible.

King Herod

Teaching sequence to help the children investigate and describe some of the events that occurred after the birth of Jesus and the flight from Bethlehem

Flight From Bethlehem

Shared reading text to help the children understand and explain one of the key events in the nativity story about the birth of Jesus

Nativity Story Speech Bubble

Template to help the children record sentences in a speech bubble to show what a character might have said in the nativity story

King Herod

Interactive activity to help the children investigate and describe some of the events that occurred after the birth of Jesus and the flight from Bethlehem

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to investigate and describe some of the events that occurred after the birth of Jesus and the flight from Bethlehem

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