Religious Studies KS1: The Islamic Story of The Prophet and the Ants and 'The Crying Camel'

This clip is part of a series of animations aimed at teaching pupils about religions of the world.

It focuses on Islam, and narrates the stories of The Prophet and the Ants and the story of The Crying Camel; showing that no matter how small or large animals may be, they are all important to God and need to be cared for.

The animation is bright and colourful and immerses pupils in the story through a clear, friendly narrative.

This clip is from the series Religions of the World.

Teacher Notes

You could ask your class to 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.

Curriculum Notes

This short film will be relevant for teaching KS1 Religious Studies in England and Northern Ireland, Foundation Phase in Wales and Early and 1st Level Religious and Moral Education in Scotland.

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Religious Studies KS1: The Christian Story of the Good Samaritan and the Lost Sheep
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Religious Studies KS1: The Christian Story of Easter
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