LEARNING INTENTION: What we treasure.
Encourage your child to say what they treasure and why (challenge children’s perceptions of this) Share your their own ‘treasure chest’ (e.g. photo of special people, memorable artefacts).
Find something they treasure/a precious gift
SOME KEY QUESTIONS
Q How did you feel when you received the treasure?
Q What did you say to the person who gave you the gift?
Q What did you do with the gift?
Q What treasures do we share?
Q How should we treat the treasures of this earth?
SOME SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
Make a treasure box using either:
the chest template provided b) a decorated shoe box.
Additional things to add may include pictures of animals, places and people that represent the treasures of the world.
Children to draw and/or describe their treasure and say why it is special, make links between how they feel about it and how that might affect their behaviour and that of others.
Large treasure chest template drawn on a sheet/roll of paper. Children to draw and label pictures in the chest of what they treasure.