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Some New Harvest Festival Resources

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harvest_260_tcm4-726002Harvest Festival Resources

Harvest Support Material from Barnabas in Schools – There is a whole selection of resource material at this site which would be suitable for classroom extension work on Harvest Festival including activities, stories, music and pictures along with suggested approaches for using it with learners at Foundation, KS1 and KS2.

Netmums Harvest Festival – There are some ...

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The Autumn Festival of Succot

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The Festival of Succot

The Jewish festival of Succot is in the autumn and is similar in many ways to the Christian Harvest Festival.

The Autumn Festival of SuccotSukkot, Succot or Sukkos is the Feast of Booths (Feast of Tabernacles). It is a biblical Jewish holiday celebrated on the 15th day of the month of Tishrei (varies from ...

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Origami Christmas

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It could be interesting to add origami modelling to the design and technology curriculum during the last day or two of term – origami can be great to challenge even the most talented of children! Also, the models would make a great display for the Christmas party or disco. Some of these could also be made as gifts for the family.

Origami Christmas Ideas

Make an origami Christmas Tree

Origami for Christmas, beginner through to advanced models

A whole collection of Christmas ...

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Harvest Festival on-line resources

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Harvest FestivalThe harvest is a time of celebration in the UK when the crops from our fields have been gathered. It marks the end of the growing season for the year and in September the Harvest Festival is celebrated in many schools.

Harvest Festival Resources

One idea for a harvest project is to order a free Harvest pack from the United Society website.

The ...

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May Day Celebrations, Customs and Traditions

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Maypole DancingMay Day is nearly upon us and there are a lot of traditions linked with the day.

It was made a bank holiday in England in 1978 and instead of being May 1st, it is the first Monday in May. People have fairs, gatherings and maypole dancing to celebrate the start of the farming season when the planting, ...

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