"The Places for Worship" series presents children and their
families from Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism and
Sikhism. "At Home and the Mandir" introduces two children who are
both Hindu, Prem, whose family worship at the Radha Krishna Temple,
and Chitra whose family worships at the Swaminarayan Temple.
Through the eyes of the children the book explores the key features
of their worship at their respective temples. The similarities and
differences will be highlighted and discussed by the children and
identified for teachers in the Teacher's notes in the Big Book.
Topics on homes, families and special places are common in early
years' classrooms and address the themes of the non-statutory
framework of RE for Foundation and Key Stage 1. Read as a class
text, by groups of children or by independent readers, this series
provides a lively introduction to each faith and a sound basis for
classroom discussion and activities. The language level is
appropriate for pupils aged 5-6 (Key Stage 1). The A5-size pupil's
books are accessible for independent readers aged 6-8 (KS1 and
lower KS2). This series is available in both English and Welsh
Religious and Moral Education Press
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||Places for Worship
• John Logan
||420 x 297mm (L x W)
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