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Assembly on India help!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by uppereastside, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. uppereastside

    uppereastside New commenter

    Hi! I have got to do a class assembly on India this year. It's my first class assembly and trying to think of something good to do, other than maybe going on a 'journey' around India etc. Has anyone ever done this and have any ideas? Would be very helpful thanks!x
  2. cally1980

    cally1980 Established commenter

    Bollywood dancing! The Year 4's I trained with did this for theres just before I started with them and the school was still raving about it a term later - kids LOVED it!
  3. uppereastside

    uppereastside New commenter

    ohh that's a very good idea - would be something different! I'm going to have to write a script so just trying to think of a 'story' and the main themes etc. Thanks for reply!
  4. Crunch22

    Crunch22 New commenter

    How about looking at life of Gandhi and comparing his life goals and the children's life goals? Role play different events in his life and ask for comments about what he did and what they might do.
  5. rosyanna

    rosyanna New commenter

    A few years ago I did The Elephant's Child for an India assembly - somehow managed to get bollywood dancing and a few songs in - went very well. I think I adapted it from a Kipling story. Have also done a Diwalis one, but wrong time of year.
  6. rosyanna

    rosyanna New commenter

  7. uppereastside

    uppereastside New commenter

    Thank you very much, I'll take a look at these!

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