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For our RE learning this week, we are thinking about what it means to be sad sad and happy laugh.

We are going to look at the Christian Easter story and see where the sad parts and the happy parts are in the story.


When we are thinking about our feelings, it can be difficult if we keep them to ourselves. Use time this week to talk with your family about when you feel sad and happy, and listen to what they have to say too.


Here are a few ideas of activities you might choose to do, but don't feel like you have to do all of them.



Badger's Parting Gifts

Watch this video with an adult. There are some sad parts and some happy parts. Then talk about the story and how it makes you feel.

The Christian Story of Easter

Here is a video showing the Christian story of Easter. This year, Easter is celebrated by Christians all around the world on Sunday 12th April.

Questions to think about:

1. Which parts of the story make you feel sad and which parts make you feel happy?
2. How would you feel if you were one of Jesus' friends?
3. Do you think it is important that Christians remember the sad parts and the happy parts of the story? Why?

What makes you feel sad and what makes you feel happy?

Use the template attached below to write down or draw things that make you feel sad and things that makes you feel happy.

Share your ideas with an adult once you have finished.