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Valuing Money

A 10-Unit RE Programme Helping Children Unpack the Real Value of Money

Valuing Money

A 10-Unit RE Programme Helping Children Unpack the Real Value of Money

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£9.99

Publisher: BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)
ISBN: 9780857461216
Published: 19/06/2015

MONEY...MONEY...MONEY...Valuing Money provides teaching material to help children explore moral and ethical issues around money and what it represents, and to think about what is truly valuable. Includes ten story-led lesson plans with illustrations, Bible links and cross-curricular classroom activities and three assembly outlines suitable for Collective Worship Fulfils and enhances the revised National Curriculum 2014 requirements, connecting Numeracy teaching to wider issues of personal and shared responsibility Relates Bible stories to questions of financial value and their implications Explores key Christian concepts for thinking theologically in RE

Chris Hudson

Chris Hudson is an experienced teacher, author and trainer, dedicated to promoting high-quality teaching and learning in primary schools. He provides regular INSET for schools on a variety of themes related to the Bible and Christianity, together with Barnabas RE Day storytelling, drama and music workshops for schoolchildren.

MESSY CHURCH, say Lucy Moore and Jane Leadbetter, is not a children's church, nor a way of attracting more people to a church's existing services. It is, they explain in Starting Your Messy Church: A beginner's guide for churches, a form of church for children and adults which involves creativity, celebration, and hospitality. It meets at a time and sometimes in a place that suit people who don't belong to a church. 'The way you go about making disciples may involve horrifying amounts of icing sugar and glitter glue,' they say - but making disciples is what it's all about. The aim is 'to introduce Jesus through hospitality, friendship, stories, and worship'. Lucy Moore is the Bible Reading Fellowship's Messy Church Team Leader, and her co-author is a member of the team. Their small book is jolly, encouraging, and full of good and detailed advice for those interested in this kind of worship. From the Church Times - 17 February 2012

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