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‘Morning Movers’ with Mr Low on Zoom.


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RWInc (Please follow the link for each day sent to you via email) If you would like more RWInc resources there are free videos available on YouTube.


In pencil practise learning and writing capital letters Y and Z.


Learning Objective: I can write a 'What am I?’ poem.

You will need a folded piece of paper. On the front page, write the title:

What am I?


Using the ideas that you thought of yesterday, write your own ‘What am I’ poem. Write your poem under your title.

Start each new clue on a new line. Do not reveal your animal yet!


Here is an example:

I have pink feathers.

I have a curved beak.

I get my pink colour from the food that I eat.

I can stand on one leg.

I can fly.

What am I?


Learning Objective: I can compare numbers within 50

Recorded session


Using the number cards, you made on Tuesday, pick two random numbers to compare.

Remember, when we compare numbers our greedy crocodile comes and he always eats the biggest number.


< less then

1 < 5 (1 is less than 5)


> more than

12>4 (12 is more than 4)


= equal to

6 = 6 (6 is equal to 6)


Extension: Now compare 3 random numbers.

e.g. 15 < 37 > 4


Lost and Found

Follow this link to watch these two stories;

Talk about owning up, saying sorry and being forgiven, just like in the story. How was the son "lost" and "found"? Jesus was saying that God is like the father in the story and we are like the son. The story is saying that sometimes everyone does things wrong and needs to own up and say sorry to God. Like the loving father, God is pleased when we do and forgives us.

Can you think of a time when you lost something and see if you can act out what happened? You could include your family in this play. We would love to see a video or a photo.


Use your log in and go on to Real PE at home-EYFS/KS1 -click on Space and have a go at these activities.

How did you get on with your Moon Adventure?


While We Can’t Hug

Watch one of these versions of- While We Can’t Hug By Eoin Mclaughlin and Polly Dunbar

Here the story is read aloud with sound effects

Here you can read it yourself and it is set to music;

Write a letter to someone you are missing hugging? Alternatively, with adult permission, you could send a message by text or email with a hug emoji?



Live Zoom Quiz with Mrs Coglan