Monday 15th June 2020 – Learning at Home Together

Good Morning P4J 🙂 I hope you had a lovely weekend!

Below are the tasks for Monday.

Mrs Jones will be in school all day tomorrow so won’t be available on Teams to answer questions.


L.I We are learning to order and compare numbers

Daily Morning Challenge: Using the digits 4 7 8 3 can you:

  • make the largest 4 digit number
  • make the smallest 4 digit number
  • make an even 4 digit number
  • make an odd 4 digit number
  • create a range of two and three digit numbers and compare them using the symbols < > =


L.I We are learning to spell unfamiliar words using our spelling rule.

In words whose first syllable contains a short vowel sound, 2 consonants are required before adding ‘le’ (e.g. purple).

Where only one consonant sound is heard (e.g. puzzle) double that consonant before adding ‘le’

Daily Spelling Activity Task: choose a different spelling activity from the pack that you have at home and remember to Look, Cover, Write, Check.

Spicy – simple purple circle puzzle handle apple giggle bubble puddle cuddle 

Hot – trample buckle sparkle middle bottle marble riddle waddle turtle bumble 

Tricky words – three there


L.I – We are learning to choose the best coins or notes to use.

Daily Maths Task: watch this video:

Choose a chilli challenge from the list below:

Mild: PPM 268
PPm 271
PPM 276


Read 20-30 pages of your reading book this week.

L.I: We are learning to ask questions about our reading book.

Weekly Reading Task: Using the Blooms sheet from your home learning pack create three Blooms questions (Understanding, Analysis, Evaluating) based on your reading book.

Blooms Questions

Remember to read a book of your choice for pleasure every day for 30 minutes.


L.I. We are learning to use Roman Numerals.

Weekly Topic Task:

In Ancient Rome, the Romans spoke the language ‘Latin’. Nobody speaks Latin as their official language anymore but lots of languages have been influenced by Latin (meaning that some modern words come from Latin words). We still use the odd Latin word in English (e.g. et cetera, atrium). The Romans also didn’t use the same number system as we do now. Instead of using the numbers we know (1 2 3 4 5 6…), they used Roman numerals which looked like this: I V X M.

Task: Watch this video for an explanation of Roman numerals:

Now read and complete this worksheet:

You can watch this catchy song to learn your Roman numerals:

Extra Challenge: Try writing out your family birthdays in Roman numerals.


L.I. We are learning the days of the week and months of the year.

Weekly French Task: Continue to work through the grid below over the next two weeks.

Days of the week matching

WB 8.6.20 First Level

French expression of the week:


L.I: We are learning to develop our fitness.

Daily P.E Task: choose a daily task to challenge yourself!


If you can’t access any of the links or have any questions, please ask on Teams 🙂

Have a lovely Monday Jumping Jigglypuffs 🙂