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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Thursday 4th February

Timings:

Activity:

8.45

Morning Message

“Morning everyone! Welcome to the first day of your project! I would suggest that you do your reading, maths and the 2 little literacy sessions first with movement breaks between them. You will then have the rest of the day to focus on your oceans project! One of Rex's favourite places is the Shedd aquarium in Chicago. Here is a link to watch the fish live by webcam so you can imagine you are underwater! 

https://www.sheddaquarium.org/exhibits/underwater-beauty-exhibit

You should also use your time to get outside, be active and spend time doing things that you enjoy.

You will see there are 3 short videos for wellbeing I would strongly recommend you watch them as they made me really smile and will also give you ideas for things to do to help you feel happy.

The information about the motivational message is also still in the timetable in case you didn’t have a chance yesterday or need to finish it off. Send me a photo by the end of Friday and I will forward it on to Mr Cook to include in the music video.

Have a great day, have lots of fun!"

10 minutes +

Sensory Circuit or physical activity of your choice

Wake yourself up by getting active, then you’ll be ready for your day!

15 minutes

Reading

Do you have any storybooks or information books at home about the ocean? If you do read it/look through it or share it with an adult. If not listen to the 'Sharing a Shell' story in the video below ot have a look at the non-fiction attachments at the bottom of the page.

 

 

 

15 minutes

Mini Maths –  TT Rockstars or Hit the Button

Let’s get really confident with our times tables!

10 – 15 minutes

Little Literacy Part 1 – Pre-teaching of project vocab

TASK: To carry out activities for words we need to understand and perhaps use for coming up with a plan to encourage people to help the oceans 

LO: To understand and remember words

Please carry out the activities you did for the words yesterday for these new words to help you with your oceans project. The 2 videos are below for you to use for ‘say it’ and ‘word rap.’

  1. Say it
  2. Find the definition – the meaning of the word (talk to your family or use the internet)
  3. Word rap – say it, clap it, act it, shout it, whisper it
  4. Print or write them out and add them to your pot with the words from yesterday.

                                                                                   

10-15 minutes

Little Literacy Part 2 – Pre-teaching of project vocab

TASK: To carry out activities for words we need to understand and perhaps use for explaining what people can do to help the oceans 

LO: To understand and remember words

Please carry out the activities you did for the words yesterday for these new words to help you with your oceans project. The 2 videos are below for you to use for ‘say it’ and ‘word rap.’

    1. Say it

    2. Find the definition – the meaning of the word (talk to your             family or use the internet)

    3. Word rap – say it, clap it, act it, shout it, whisper it

    4. Print or write them out and add them to your pot with the             words from yesterday.


                                            

      

 

 

 

 

 

                                                      

60 minutes +

2021 Ocean project

Your project is to raise awareness of pollution in the ocean and suggest strategies for reducing pollution.

You can choose how to show your learning – be creative!

(Please ensure your project/outcome includes some writing, there is a writing checklist, colourful semantics guide and the vocab and symbols sheet attached below to support you)

Please watch the video below for an introduction to the project.

For more details please visit the 2021 Ocean Project page which is under ‘curriculum’ on the school website. Here is the link:

http://sealprimary.ng3.devwebsite.co.uk/page/?title=2021+Ocean+Project&pid=2081

Resources needed:

  • · Nuture writing checklist
  • · Colourful semantics guide
  •  Vocab and symbols sheet

 

 

20 minutes +

Wellbeing

Please watch the following videos to find out what activities Mrs Clarke and Miss Coleman do to express themselves! I wonder if you can have a go at one of them today?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 minutes +

KS2 challenge from Mr Cook - Motivational Message

The current lockdown has been a difficult time for everyone. So, to help in a small way and to put a smile on your faces we thought that it would be nice to put together a video for all the children at Seal Primary school For this video, we want every child in KS2 to create a motivational poster (I have attached some examples below). These posters should send messages of support, hope and they can wish everyone well. Once we have received all the messages we will put them into a music video.

We would like you to take your time over your posters and to show great pride in your work. Make your posters bold and colourful and you can use an art media of your choice, from pencil to paint to collage. We would recommend that you first plan your ideas before eventually creating your final piece of work.

IMPORTANT: When taking a picture of your work you must check that the image is clear and that we can read your message. Please do not show a photographic image of yourself in the picture. If you do, we will not be able to use your artwork.

 

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