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Seal Church Of England Primary School

Seal Church Of England Primary School

Wednesdsay 20 January

Zoom call at 9:00.  It 's so lovely to have a time with everyone.

 

Getting ready for learning:

Rex –  Foxes have links for Joe Wicks and BATMAN!

C and O:  10 shoulder shrugs and pushing against the wall or a table.

 

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

Getting ready for maths - counting

R – Count forwards to 50; lots of YouTube to choose from (some slow and quiet, some quick and busy.

C and O:  find a YouTube 5 times table song or rap.

You might like 5 times table song; “Rock ‘n Five!” 

Then try Hit the Button

 

 

 

Maths  There is different maths for each of you. 

Olly  yesterday you did some ÷ sums. 

Do you remember you were using the bus stop method?                                                

Here are some more for you to do using the same method.

4286 ÷ 2                         

4844 ÷ 2

8624 ÷ 2

Challenge:    

2672 ÷ 2

6936 ÷ 3             

   Charlie: We want to know the facts that make up 20 as quickly as we can.    

Make cherry model cards (as shown in the photo) of ALL the addition facts to 20.  Keep them in a safe place for tomorrow.  You can ask an adult to help you draw the cherry models.

Rex: Can you make cherry model card for all the addition facts to 10.  Keep them in a safe place for tomorrow.  You can ask an adult to help you draw the cherry models.

   

 

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

boys, toys, enjoy, could, would, should

Charlie’s words

boy, toy, enjoy, will, hill, still

Rex’s words

to, into, you, by, my, try

Write your words out once on 6 pieces of paper.

Ask an adult to read a word and then splat it with your hand.

   

   

 

Listening, talking and writing

Some of your ideas – lovely adjectives and a simile.

razor sharp claws

claws as sharp as knives

    

black, beady eyes

Round, dark eyes

Sharp, curved beak

Powerful, cruel beak

Use some of the lovely ideas above to tell the story about the falcon swooping on the poor little robin.  Remember (thank goodness), the robin flies away in time and doesn’t get hurt!

You could magpie the ideas below if you like – remember to fill in 2 or 3 brilliant adjectives.

 

Suddenly the terrifying, hungry falcon ……………swooped down.  His…………………………………eyes spotted the ……………………………….robin.  Would his ………………………………….beak and claws like …………………………….catch the …………………………robin?