Jesus was in the middle of a teaching session when he turned his attention to prayer. Firstly he told the crowd how not to pray and then he gave an example on how to pray.
The prayer will be broken down so that the children will see what the different parts mean.
Lesson plans and resources for: The Lord’s Prayer
Updated April 2022. The Lord’s Prayer lesson plan
How to fulfil the locally agreed syllabus for ‘The Lord’s Prayer’
Hopefully you will be able to match your local agreed syllabus with what is here which satisfies eight councils:
These lesson plans are based on the Progression Documents of The Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education’ Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Peterborough, Rutland County Councils. This is in the light blue text.
The green text is from other Councils: Lewisham Borough, West Sussex, Hull and East Riding.
Here are the main aims for the lesson plan:
Explore the origin and meaning of the Lord’s Prayer and how it is used in worship today.
Key vocabulary: Advent, Ascension, Bible, Christ, Faith, God, Gospel, Grace, Harvest, Holy, Jesus, Lord’s Prayer, Prayer, Salvation, Sin, Soul, Worship.