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Discover lesson plans, classroom worksheets and interactive activities to develop skills in religious education for Key Stage Two to teach about the sequence of events and themes in the Easter story

  • Resurrection Viewpoints

    Resurrection Viewpoints

    Record observations that different characters might have said about how Jesus rose from the dead

  • Crucifixion Viewpoints

    Crucifixion Viewpoints

    Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ crucifixion by the Romans

  • Garden of Gethsemane Viewpoints

    Garden of Gethsemane Viewpoints

    Record observations that different characters might have said about when Jesus prayed in the garden of Gethsemane

  • Last Supper Viewpoints

    Last Supper Viewpoints

    Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ last supper with his disciples

  • Palm Sunday Viewpoints

    Palm Sunday Viewpoints

    Record observations that different characters might have said about Jesus’ arrival into Jerusalem

  • Crucifixion Report

    Crucifixion Report

    Use information extracted from the four Gospels to write a news report about how Jesus was crucified by the Romans

  • Last Supper Gospels

    Last Supper Gospels

    Make comparisons about how a story about the life of Jesus was told through the Four Gospels

  • Last Supper Sentences

    Last Supper Sentences

    Compose different sentences to describe an event in the Easter story using the active and passive voices

  • Easter Words

    Easter Words

    Read and compose acrostic poems to explain the meaning of vocabulary connected to the Easter story

  • Jesus’ Crucifixion

    Jesus’ Crucifixion

    Compose and perform a play script to illustrate what happened to Jesus when he was crucified on the cross

  • Garden of Gethsemane

    Garden of Gethsemane

    Compose and perform a play script to illustrate what happened to Jesus when praying in the garden of Gethsemane

  • Lengths, Masses and Capacities
    Solve a selection of contextual problems by comparing and converting between different units of measurement for mass, length and capacity
  • Fruit Cocktails
    Convert capacities between litres and millilitres when mixing ingredients for different drinks
  • Changing Lengths
    Measure different lengths around the school and convert between metres, centimetres and millimetres
  • Soup Shopping
    Convert measurements between grams and kilograms to calculate prices of foods needed for different recipes