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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesday 27th

Good morning everyone! 

We loved seeing the learning you did last week and can’t wait to see what brilliant learning you do today! 






The phonics session is made up of two parts.  

The first is the speed sound session. Please select the video appropriate to your child’s level (this was emailed to you): 


Set 1: (e)  

Set 2: (oo zoo) 

Set 3: (ear) 

Log into the Oxford Owl website and find the correct coloured book for your child. Your child should read the book 3 times before moving on, so that they become increasingly confident.  

Oxford owl:   


You can also access books here where you can log in for and access books free for 30 days. 


If you are in guided reading, please read the next chapter of The Hodgeheg by Dick King Smith and answer the questions in full sentences.  We look forward to reading your answers. 


Mental maths  

Play the game about subtracting from 20:  


Break time/snack time  


Zoom call  

Use the emailed link to join the daily call.  




Outcome - Timetable  

SC1: I can sequence events. 

SC2: I can write time.  

SC3: I can organise times.  


Watch this video tutorial: 





You will need:  

  • A pencil  

  • A piece of scrap paper  

  • An A4 piece of paper or the timetable PDF.  


To make this easier: write how long it will take for each activity instead of what time it will happen (e.g. 1 hour).  


Key words: minutes, hours, longer, shorter, faster, slower, half an hour, sequence.  



Curly caterpillar letters:  







New experience Hook 

LO: to identify what makes toys fun 


Watch this video: 





You will need: 

  • Paper and pencil 

  • Colouring pencils 

  • Toys 


Challenge: What are your toys made from? 

Key words: toys, history, past, past tense, age, compare, contrast, safety, generation. 

2:00– 2:30 



LO: to understand how to write questions. 

SC1: I can list the different question words 

SC2: I can identify question marks. 

SC3: I can use question marks. 


Watch this video tutorial and complete the task: 





You will need: 

  • Paper and pencil 


Challenge: There are two types of question: open and closed questions. Open questions allow someone to explain something in detail. Closed questions have two clear answers. Can you write some examples of open and closed questions? 


Key words: question marks, who, what, where, when, how 



Thank you card 

There are lots of people that are out working hard whilst we are at home.  

Doctors, Nurses, Police Officers, Firemen/women, Postmen/women, Binmen/women, Scientists, Supermarket Assistants and lots more.  

We call these people key workers. They help our community to keep going!  


To say thank you to the key workers who are working so hard we would like you to make a card. Your card needs to have a beautiful front and a lovely message inside to say thank you.  



Story time 

Listen to the second part of The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse: 





We can’t wait to see the work you produce!  

Take care,  

Miss Cuss and Miss Theobald 


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