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RE - Good Samaratan KS1

Discussion in 'Primary' started by munchkinamy, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. Hi,
    Im trying to think of good samaratan activities to do with a KS1 class.
    I have already got acting out the story in small groups and sequencing the story but after that i'm stummped and would very very much appreciate your ideas.

    -Kate.
     
  2. dagnabit

    dagnabit New commenter

    I tried to get the children to understand it better by giving it a modern day slant. I gave them the idea that one of them fell over in the playground and was badly hurt, so what happened next? They understood the basics and we came up with a class version on the flipchart. Then we split into groups and acted it out, and I videoedeach group. They really got to understand the meaning of the story, and each group picked a child from another class to be the good samaritan when we wrote it up.
     

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