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Imagine that Little Red Riding Hood is going shopping for her Grandma.

Write a shopping list of things she needs to buy.


Your child can draw the item and then try and write the sounds they can hear in the word. Don’t worry if they don’t get the spelling correct. At this point it is more important for them  to try and have a go at writing the words themselves rather than you writing it for them to copy or telling the letters to write.

Some items to suggest which will be easy to spell – ham, jam, loaf, milk,

Other items can be attempted but they will just write the sounds they hear. For example if writing cake they will probably write caic or for biscuits they would probably write biscits. This is absolutely fine and is all part of the writing process.