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Special Books. EYFS and Key Stage 1 This relates to the following programme of study and schemes of work: EYFS – Special Books KS1 – Special Books. Skills and Attitudes Investigation, Interpretation, Synthesis, Application, Communication, Self-awareness, Respect,
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Special Books EYFS and Key Stage 1 This relates to the following programme of study and schemes of work: EYFS – Special Books KS1 – Special Books
Skills and Attitudes Investigation, Interpretation, Synthesis, Application, Communication, Self-awareness, Respect, Open-mindedness, Appreciation & Wonder. Kinaesthetic The Lost coin Treasure hunt in the sand or the school grounds Auditory The Good Shepherd recounted by Drama group or Vicar Key learning Children will learn about the Bible as a holy books for Christians. They will learn about some stories that have a special meaning for Christians and identify books that are special to them. Special Books Spiritual Development Visual Use images and pictures to retell family stories from the bible
Kinaesthetic • Tell the story of ‘The lost coin’ [ e.g. Butterworth and Inkpen version] • Reflective time. Read ‘Grandma Guddle’s Muddle’ from Parables Fun • Christians believe that even when a person feels lost and lonely God always knows where they are. • Circle time, children write on a card coin, one word to show how they feel when they get lost, put it in Grandma’s bag, close the bag send it around the circle. Open the bag, take out a coin, read the feeling and suggest ways they could make that person better. • Going for a Treasure Hunt in the sand for hidden items that may be in Grandmas handbag. Play hide and seek or hunt the thimble • Grandma’s feely bag. What’s in Grandma’s bag? • Express your Feelings ~ painting, colours, emotion dancing, role play • Tell the story of the Good Shepherd [Lion Storyteller Bible] • Good shepherd went over the mountain ~ sing and act out [see tiddliwinks resources] • Invite a farmer in to talk about what he has to do to look after his animals or visit a farm Areas of learning Mathematical understanding ~ Use the coins to count and do simple sums Personal development ~ what would you do if you ever got lost? Skills for learning and life Responsible citizens ~ what would you do if you found someone else who was lost? Historical, geographical and social understanding Understanding English, communication and languages
Visual • Children bringing in their own favourite books • Children make comparisons between special books from other religions e.g. the Guru Granth Sahib in Sikhism • Bring a range of different bibles e,g family Bible, old, new, colours • Use images and pictures to retell family stories from the bible e,g the Prodigal son (older children) • Create your own Bible cover, how would you make it appealing so other people would want to look at it. • What design features are good? How might you change it if you re- did it? Areas of learning Mathematical understanding ~ shapes, patterns and colours of bibles, votes ~ recording in graphs Understanding the art and design ~ see above Historical, geographical and social understanding ICT ~ can you read the bible online? TV, DVD’s and CD-Roms
Auditory • The Good Shepherd use a story bag • Invite a visitor in to retell the story • Small world play to retell the story • Children to listen to music as they reflect on the story. They can express their own ideas and understanding through sound and music. Beethovens 6th Symphony, Tchiakovsky’s 6th Symphony and Ode to Joy from Beethovens 9th Symphony. • Mary had a little lamb ~ nursery rhyme • Good shepherd went over the mountain • sharing ideas with each other to explore what thoughts and feelings might have been experienced by the shepherd or the sheep at different moments. Draw hearts and bubbles to record feelings • Painting to music – to express emotions related to the story • Local Christian community invited to read a story from the bible and say why it is special to them. • Listen to stories about being lost and found e.g. Dogger and about the specialness of objects. Areas of learning Understanding arts and design ~ Understanding English, communication and languages ICT ~ Enact the story in order to communicate its meaning. Photograph the scenes to create a photo story and add captions and speech bubbles.
Resources • www.reonline.org > infants > bible • www.request.org.uk • The Good Shepherd in Bible Story bags by Margaret Cooling ISBN 9 78841015323 • Grandma Guddle’s Muddle and The Good Shepherd had a little lamb in Parable Fun for Little ones by Renita Boyle ISBN 9 78141014913 • The Complete Guide to Godly Play Volume 3 by Jerome Berryman ~ Lesson 7 ISBN 1 889108 97 9 • Dogger by Shirley Hughes • SEAL Resources • Sing and Say – Tiddlywinks ISBN 1844272451 • The treasure song – Dottie and Buzz www.dottieandbuzz.co.uk
Creative Assessment Opportunities • Create your own Bible cover and talk about how Christians would treat their Holy Book • As a response to hearing the Lost coin and Good Shepherd stories pupils tell their own story/act out their own story of something lost and then found. Children consider: If a Christian heard your story who might they think was like God?
Skills and Attitudes • Investigation: I can ask appropriate questions and gather evidence from many different sources • Interpretation: I can give examples of how humans try to make sense of their experiences • Analysis and Evaluation: I can voice my opinions and give my ideas • Synthesis: I know that others share common values and ideas • Communication: I can talk about why the bible is important and retell some stories • Respect: developing skills of listening and a willingness to learn from others; being sensitive to the feelings and ideas of others • Appreciation & Wonder: that the bible is source of wonder