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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 13 January


 Getting ready for learning – Exercise – Joe Wicks is back! Follow the link to his YouTube channel and take part in the video 9:00 – 9:30:

Some calmer things to do:  try some push up's sitting on a chair.



RWI reading.  Please let me know if you have trouble finding your e -book online. 

RWI Speed sounds – Foxes class has links to practise RWI Speed Sounds every day!

There is one for Rex – set 1 red, green and purple.

There is one for Charlie and Olly – set 3

9: 20 – 9:35

Getting ready for maths

R –   Top Marks Mental Maths Train Choose + and up to 10.

C – practise writing some 7’s facing the right way.  Then count in 3’s to 21

      Can you answer these 3 x 2 =     3 x 6 =     3 x 1 =   

  3 x 4 =      3 x 1 =      3 x 3 =      3 x 5 =

      O – Count in 3’s, write out your 3 times table and then play Hit the Button 3 times.  What was your score?

9:35 – 10: 30









Vertical and horizontal lines.   Have another try to open the power point from yesterday.  Double click on it – you will find it at the bottom on Tuesday’s Robins page. 


  1.  Can you show me horizontal with your body?
  2. Can you show me vertical with a pencil?
  3. Look around the room you are in – how many vertical lines can you see?
  4. How many horizontal lines can you see?


In Rex’s picture – how many horizontal lines can you see?

 How many vertical lines can you count?


10:30 – 11:00

Snack, walk outside, choosing such as Lego or drawing or colouring in.


11:00 – 11:15




High Frequency Words and spelling


Olly’s words

shouted, loudly, house, mouth, eye, sure

Charlie’s words

shout, loud, house, mouth, when, very

Rex’s words

no, go, you, all, call, fall

  1.  Get 6 pieces of paper.

2.   Write each word once on a piece of paper.

3.   Ask an adult to put your words around the room.

4.  When they say the word, go and find it and then give it to them.


11:15 – 12:00

Listening, talking, and writing.


SC1) I can write an opening to a story.

SC2) I can use adjectives when I describe the setting.

SC3) I can use a question in my opening paragraph.


Use the link below - copy and paste it on a search engine (e.g. Google or Safari) and watch it again.  It is the Waitrose advert from 2016.

Tomorrow we are going to write an opening paragraph to this story about the robin.  Today we are going to get ready.

Look carefully at each picture and think of 2 adjectives to describe the setting and the character.

Some of my ideas for the house:  old, brown, broken, wooden


Some of my ideas for the trees: tall, thin, brown, white freezing snow