An animated film focusing on Islam, and narrating the story of the 'Prophet and the Ants' and the story of 'The Crying Camel', showing that no matter how small or large animals are they are all important to God and need to be cared for. The film is bright and colourful and immerses pupils in the story through a clear, friendly narrative.

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Before watching the film, teachers could ask pupils "who is most important to God?" Asking again after they have watched the film. They could discuss ways that we care for all creatures from the smallest to the largest, for example feeding our pets. Pupils could create a class bug hotel, demonstrating a practical way to care for even the smallest creatures. They could role-play in the roles of the camel and his owner. Ask the camel to tell the class why he was crying, and how he felt at the beginning and end of the story.