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Year 4
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Living as a Buddhist
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Term 1 - 2022/23
The Buddhist Temple
The Wheel of Life
Symbolises the circle of life, death and rebirth. The 8 spokes reminds Buddhists that the Buddha taught about 8 ways of life.
Lectern 
It is a sloped desk that holds the Buddhist scriptures, such as the Tipitaka.
Incense 
This is burned whilst worshipping the Buddha. It is also an offering given to the Buddha as a sign of respect.
In the shrine room of a buddhist temple, the walls are red because Buddhists believe this is a warm and lively colour that welcomes people into the space. The ceiling is blue with stars, this represents that no matter where a Buddhist is, they are able to look up and connect with the Buddha and their faith.
Mr Rogerson Example
Alexandria
The buddha
is a Person that is a boy that is now a statue that people believe and support the buddha
The wheel of life
is a wheel that people believe the buddha spoke 8 because the line Shows the people
Incense is something that you can melt away and it smells
like Really good actually it's so good
Arian
Lectern
wheel of life
It is a sloped desk that holds the Buddhist scriptures, such as the Tipitaka.

The Buddha
Symbolizes the circle of life, death, and rebirth. The 8 spokes remind Buddhists that the Buddha taught about 8 ways of life.

his is a statue of the Buddha Siddharta. He was responsible for creating Buddhism.

Meditation Area
offerings
Symbolises a place to think and connect with the Buddha to feel enlightened. 
Flowers, food, drink, incense and garments are given to the Buddha. It symbolises Buddhists offering more than themselves to the Buddha.

David
The Wheel of Life
It symbolises life, death, and rebirth. The 8 spokes remind people that the Buddha taught them the 8 ways of life.
Buddhism
Meditation Area
The Buddhists meditate here to feel enlightenment and connect with the Buddha.
Incense
This smells good and is burned while worshipping the Buddha. It is also an offering to the Buddha.
The Buddha Siddharta (AKA the Buddha)
This is a statue that represents the Buddha. He created Buddhism.
Offerings
These include flowers, food, drink, incense, and garments. These represent that Buddhists would give more than themselves for the Buddha.
The Lectern
This is a sloped desk which holds Buddhist scriptures such as the tipitaka.
Watch this fantastic recording for people who are blind or who cannot read!
Denas
THE WHEEL OF LIFE

The wheel of life decides life and death and rebirth
THE BUDDHA

The buddha teched people kindness and respect and happiness and being nice
Shrirn room
is a meditation room with offerings and a golden buddha statue and there's a red carpet so you know where the meditation area is.
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