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Monday 15th June

Week 15.6.20


Hi Carle class. Hope you had a lovely weekend. This week we are still under the sea! Today is miraculous Monday, enjoy the learning and have a good day! Don’t forget to send us an email and let us know how your learning is going.




From 1st June all lessons will be available daily at 9.30 am.


Se1 1, 2 and 3 speed sound lessons will restart.

Set 2 speed sound lessons will include new words for reading and spelling.




Let’s learn some information about under the sea. We have attached a PowerPoint called what can you see. Read through and see what you can find out. Use information to write a sentence about what lives under the sea. 

Don’t forget to make sure the letters you write are clear. Have you remembered your finger spaces between each word? Our aim is that everyone can read our fabulous writing so make sure it’s readable.



Good morning children, this week in maths we are learning about length, height and distance. Let’s start our maths off with recalling doubles, double 1 is 2, double 2 is 4, double 3 is 6 and double 4 is 8.

Today we have some pictures of sea creatures, we are going to order them from tallest to the shortest. You can cut them out and stick them down or draw some kind of sea creature if you do not have access to a printer. Encourage the children to use the language tallest, shortest, taller and shorter.

Let’s finish off our maths with counting out objects from a larger group. Get a large group of counting objects and ask your child to get a certain amount of the pile, with them counting each object as they take it out.



What is an Octopus? Do you know how many tentacles an Octopus has? Today we want you to draw or make an Octopus. Don’t forget his tentacles. We are going to practise our maths at the same time. Can you make 8 on his tentacles using two colours of crayons or paper or even cheerio’s. Howe many ways can you make 8?


Story Time

Listen to ‘The Rainbow Fish’