Which dinosaurs should I invite to my party?
Read the letter from Adam. (See below)
Before we can help him we need to think about the dinosaurs we know about.
Watch the ‘Sorting Dinosaurs’ presentation.
Recap on some of the features of dinosaurs. Explain that today we will be looking at how some dinosaurs are similar to other dinosaurs in certain ways and different in other ways. Put two hoops in the middle of the floor. Use different dinosaurs and talk about each one in as much detail as possible.
Imagine that you are going to have a 'dinosaur party'. Sort the dinosaurs into groups based on simple characteristics such as size, how many legs, what they eat etc. For an extra challenge write about which group of dinosaurs you would want at your party using the sheet in your 2dos or respond to the emails set up for you about this problem.
By the end of this session you will be able to describe and compare dinosaurs and sort them according to different characteristics.
Who or what is God?
The children will reflect on who they think God is and what he is like.
Recap the ways they are special and say you are going to talk about God. First of all we will share the first story in the Bible. Read from a Bible or watch the video here.
Brainstorm who they think God is. Write down the children’s ideas. Children then individually create a picture of what they think God is like and then write key words and/or sentences to expand on this. Complete the worksheet in the 2Dos.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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