A must-have guide for early years practitioners designed to help explain world religions and festivals to young children in a way that is meaningful to them. This guide is designed to be a practical guide to explaining the main five world faiths to young children, as well some lesser-known faiths to young children in a way that makes sense to young children. The book is also full of activity ideas to tie in to a range of religious festivals throughout the year. Each festival contains background information on the festival and why it first started, as well as activities to encourage children's learning. Introducing young children is vital in our multi-cultural and multi-faith society, and this title will provide all early years practitioners with ideas on how to teach children to value diversity and respect other children's views and backgrounds.Make a chick or duckling with two pompons joined by glue, a folded paper beak, beady painted eyes and card feet, which can be ... Help children stick them onto the front of the card and draw big bunny ears on top of their photo head. ... Bunny! For a personalised Easter card, fold an A4 piece of white card in half, then take digital photographs of each childa#39;s smiling, cheeky face and cut out the head only .
|Title||:||Faiths and Festivals|
|Publisher||:||Andrews UK Limited - 2012-06-21|