It’s essential that those educating our children have accurate information to do so, as it is a great responsibility to disperse knowledge to future generations.
Free Colouring Pages
Our amazing illustrator Sarah Walsh has created 3 new colouring pages based on illustrations from the book for you to use with your little ones in the classroom or at home. They’re FREE and easy to download and print and fun to use.
Starting in September we’ll be offering 35-minute interactive workshops for nursery and primary classes, across the UK. Each session includes:
- Live story time
- Follow-up discussion and Q&A session
- Games and activities
To book in your workshop today simply contact email@example.com
Show & Tell
We encourage you to develop your own lesson plans and teaching tools too and share them with us so that other educators can use and build on them. Whether you use your own lesson plan or one of ours (coming soon!), we’d love to see pictures of your class in action and hear your feedback on the book and our materials.
Just shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
While you’re waiting for our lesson plans to be fully cooked we recommend checking out these other helpful resources:
To make it really easy to include Hats of Faith in your nursery, primary, or homeschooling teaching plan, we’re working with top-notch educators to develop a range of engaging lesson plans, fun activities and informative worksheets which go into more depth about each head covering featured in the book and more. Stay tuned to see what’s in store.
“I can see children really enjoying this in the classroom as they discover more about each other’s beliefs.”
Hats of Faith should definitely be incorporated in schools as it is a beautiful and important educational tool that teaches children about different faiths and practices.
“I look forward to seeing this book in schools and homes so we can teach our young generation tolerance and respect of world religions and people of faith.”
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