A photo-poster with background images and a story
This is a resource that provides some general images from East Africa on the front and Berna’s story, before and after, with some fun classroom activities to help your topic come alive on the reverse. There is a series of lessons and resources that support the material found on this poster. If you would like copies of this resource, please use the Order and sign up page.
A simple summing up of help from goats and chickens
A simple Powerpoint giving some background pictures and information about Uganda, which then explains how goats and chickens can benefit an African family. The slides loosely link with Berna’s story and include some background notes. If you would like to donate to Send a Cow using our gifts website, featuring goats and chickens, please use the link below.
Make a moo game for two!
Make your own colourful version of this traditional Sudanese cow herder’s game. It can bring the Global Dimension into Art and is easy to make and fun to play! This game is also played in Lesotho.
Traveling cow meets Barnaby Bear!
A marvelously fun thing to do! Inspire pupils’ imaginations by sending your own furry cow or goat traveller(s) across the world in a jiffy bag. The animal gets to visit lots of places in the world en-route and helps your pupils learn about different locations. This idea is a pro-active version of QCA Unit 5 - Where in the world is Barnaby Bear?
Explores comparisons, basic needs and different ways to help people.
A collection of three lessons, an assembly and a fun classroom game, all written for the PSHE curriculum and Citizenship QCA Unit 5 - Living in a diverse world. These activities help pupils to understand what life is like for a Ugandan orphan, how it compares to their own lives and looks at different ways of helping people.
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