I have written a letter to the queen and I’d like you to read it. When you have read it, answer some questions. You can look back at the letter any time to help you.
I would like to become a princess. I have worked hard at school and am now in Year 2. I have learned how to ballroom dance and can even play the recorder. I think I should be a princess because I have a wonderful pink, frilly dress and orange shoes. My hair is blonde and long and a tiara would look amazing on top of my head. I don’t really want to marry a prince but do want to live in a palace. I’ll even be happy if you just give me one of your castles. Let me know what you think.
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Who is the letter from?
Who is the letter addressed to?
What kind of dress does Alison have?
A pink and orange dress.
An orange and frilly dress.
A pink and frilly dress.
A zebra print dress.
What does Alison think will look good on her head?
A baseball hat
What colour hair does Alison have?
Why does Alison think she should be a princess?
Because she has worked really hard.
Because she has started a new job.
Because she deserves it.
Because she has blonde hair.
Why else does Alison think she should become a princess?
Because she has learned to disco dance.
Because she has learned ballet.
Because she has learned to sing.
Because she has learned to ballroom dance.
What other reason does Alison give for why she should be a princess?
She can sing.
She can play the recorder.
She can play the piano.
She can tap dance.
What does Alison not want to do?
Own a castle.
Marry a prince.
Own orange shoes.
What does Alison say she will settle for?