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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 writing the numbers 13, 14, 15 and 16.



Learning Objective: I can use capital letters correctly. I can say the days of the week in order.

Recorded Lesson


Write the days of the week on separate pieces of paper then shuffle them. How quickly can you sort them so they are in the correct order.

Repeat this activity – are you any quicker?



Learning Objective: I can count in 5s.


Watch BBC Bitesize Count on and back in 5s within 50.


Watch Part a. You can watch Part b if you wish.


Practical activity.

Draw round your hand. Cut it out. Repeat so you have 10 hands.

Lay, on the floor, 4 hands. Count in 5s, four times. 5, 10, 15, 20.

Repeat with 7 hands, then 9 hands etc.



This week we look at another story from the Bible that talks about what God is like.

 Think about what God is like? The Bible says that "God is love". (1 John 4:8)

Who loves us? What things do they do because they love us?


Watch- The Parable of the Good Shepherd;



What does this song/story from the Bible say about what God is like? How do you think this makes Christians feel when they are worried or afraid?



Can you watch and learn to sing the "The Lord is my shepherd" song?



Today log in to Real PE and click on Fairy tale then click on the compass which leads you to this adventure. Did you find the magic bean and free the fairies?

Or try this game with a ball


STICKY BALL - find a space and see if you can do these simple stretches with a ball. Try to always keep control of the ball.

 Stretch tall and push the ball to the sky

 Sit and stretch by pushing ball towards the toes

  Stretch to the side with the ball

  Standing with feet wide apart stretch the ball through your legs.


Or try the Yoga Freeze Dance;