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Holy Week Posters

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 7 pages | Years: 1 - 6

A set of 7 posters detailing the Christian observance of Holy Week.

Use this poster series when talking about the religious significance of Easter.

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  • Amanda Leape-Jarvis
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    Hello! Having this resource is a great idea however I have never heard of the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday regarded as Holy Mon, Holy Tues and Holy Wednesday, Also it would be good to say that Maundy Thursday ( also called Holy Thursday) comes from an Anglo-French word derived from the Latin “mandatum,” which means “commandment". This links well with Jesus' golden rule 'Love One Another As I Have Loved You' as outlined in the QLD RE curriculum. Cheers! I love this site. You resources are really helpful.
    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Amanda. Thank you for your suggestions. We will do some further research to ascertain whether it might be appropriate to modify this resource.
  • Claire Hurwood
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    Hi, This is a great resource but could it be made to "customise" so it could be edited to match individual teachings. Thanks

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