Grade 1 Archive
The objective of this activity developed by Interfaith Explorers is about understanding similarities, differences and valuing uniqueness.
Remember to bring lemons!
The website contains guidelines on the teaching of religious education in a multi-faith city. It is complemented by schemes of work, lesson plans and teaching resources, including films, interactive games etc.
The Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief has developed these tools that promote reflection around attitudes and tolerance. The tools are created with the purpose to prepare students to have an open mind in the dialogs that they will have with the people around them.
Unitarian Universalist announces Religious Education Curriculum for 2011-12: World Religions.
The Huffington Post’s Religion section presents an interfaith, inclusive religious calendar, –along with photos – for nine major world religions: Baha’i, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Paganism, Shinto and Sikhism.
In this lesson, students will visit the Culture Goggles exhibit in Xpedition Hall, where students select a religion to see how a Christian, a Jew, or a Muslim might view the Old City of Jerusalem in Israel. Students will also look at how people with different beliefs celebrate winter holidays. This lesson uses two-minute digital [...]
This website gives an overview of the many activities by the New York Public Library that provide artistic, religious, educational and other aspects of the three Abrahamic faiths: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
This publication of the Brent Council offers guidance on education about religions/religious education at the Foundation stage (ages 3-5), as well as programmes of study for Key Stages 1-4 (ages 5-16). Following National curriculum standards, they clarify the types of knowledge,understanding, skills, attitudes and processes which inform religious education in Brent.
The NGO Entreculturas offers a wide range of resources for intercultural and human rights education as lessons, videos, interactive resources, texts and audiovisual materials.
Sing Up offers songs, music and lyrics to teach and inspire pupils on intercultural and religious education. The organization consideres that singing improves learning, confidence, health and social development, having the power to change lives and help to build stronger communities.