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“Well, well, mother cat ! I will
ask you no more To part with your dear little
kittens, a day. So let them come out to romp on
the floor ; To have a good time, and a jolly,
Let pupils write the following sentences, filling the blanks
with the words has, is, part, came, and will.
Milly some little kittens.
soft and fine.
with her kittens. The kittens out to play on the floor. May not take a kitten home with her.
Let pupils copy the following names, and then write their
own in the same manner.
sheep, the men wash them in the brook, to make the wool clean.
The sheep do not like the water, and, of course, try to get away from the men.
While Frank and Ned were looking on, one of the sheep got away, and ran out of the brook.
He shook the water from his wool and ran away. The man ran after him
him and caught him by the horns.
Then he took him back and gave him a good wash.
The water in the brook was clear, and the sheep came out with their wool nice and clean.
Then they were put into a small yard, or pen, and the men cut off their wool with large shears.
As each one had his wool cut off, he was let out of the pen.
“I should think they would take cold after the wool is off,” said Ned.
“No, Ned,” said Frank. “They shear sheep only when it is warm, as it is now. The wool grows very fast, and by winter they have a warm coat again."
Let pupils copy the following sentences, filling the blanks
with the words is, are, boy, and boys.
E boy tall