This one is from a few months ago. Mostly copy work and asking 'how do I spell ...'
She copied these from reading eggs about a month ago. We have a couple of phonic-based programs on the computer and the iphone that she is free to use as she pleases.
This was from last week. She was nagging me about making a cake and wanted to make sure we had all the ingredients. Flour, eggs, milk, custard, cake, cupcakes.
This was thrown at me a few days ago. For those not fluent in inventive spelling, it reads:
Mum. I love you so much but I wish we could go on holidays.
(Me too baby girl ;) )
She has also started reading everything in sight; street signs, food labels, catalogues etc.
We have been reading some books together, just the regular simple beginner books, Fat Cat and that sort of thing.
We also found a couple of Dr. Suess books in a second hand shop today (who get's rid of Dr. Suess, honestly?! One of them was even in the freebie bin!) and tonight she read a few pages from 'Ten Apples Up On Top!' which we have never read before so I know she actually read it and didn't just repeat from memory. WOW!