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Sesame Street: Ed Sheeran- Two Different Worlds

RWI Phonics lessons


Start off with Speed Sound lessons every day using the link below.

Films will show at the times below and be available for 24 hours.


  • Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am
  • Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am
  • Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am



Music shed.mp4

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Stop at 00:04 - What is she running from? Why is she running? What thoughts are running through her head at this point? 


Stop at 00:26 – What is going through her mind at this point? What choices does she have? Why are the dogs/wolves chasing her? What has she done? Who do the dogs belong to?


00:40 – How come she can hold her breath for so long underwater?


01:20 – What could happen here? Why are the lights getting stronger? 


01:41 – Is she going to survive? If so, how will she survive? Does she have any superpowers that will help her here? Make sure to look at and pause on all the different scenes. 


01:46 – It’s a giant hand. Who does it belong to?


2:02 – What is she thinking at this time? How is she feeling? What is this thing that has saved her life? Why has it saved her life? 




Challenge 1

Challenge 2
Challenge 3



Create a water wash picture of Africa.
First paint the background using water colours. Blend the colours together when applying on the paper.
Let it dry.
Cut out the black silhouette of the animals.
Stick them on to the paper to create your picture.