Do The Right Thing

KS1

This unit centres on Lily and the moral dilemmas she faces as she tries to be popular at school by bringing the ‘best’ donation for the charity auction event. Children will explore a range of consequences and develop their sense of moral values in relation to their wants and needs.

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Resources

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Do The Right Thing KS1 Offline Storybook

Download book to print

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Do The Right Thing KS1 Working Together

Letter for parents/carers outlining activities that can be done at home

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Do The Right Thing KS1 Kindness Calculator

Factsheet: Kindness calculator

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Do The Right Thing KS1 Charity Auctions Factsheet

Factsheet: Organise your own charity auction

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Do The Right Thing KS1 What's the Value Quiz

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