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blind must lit-tle
eyes gave Jane small cheeks Su-san
Lit-tle Jane Day had a big new doll.
off sip air yet fly tea out
dew bud in-to yon Do you see my cup? A bee is in it. Why did the bee get in the cup? My cup is not for a bee. The bee got in-to the cup to sip the tea. Sip and be off
, bee. Fly out in-to the air. Get in the bud, and sip its dew.
To TEACHERS.-The learner should have thorough practice in spelling. This is too often neglected in primary schools.
lend eat found why
bound white wend beat wound which mend meat mound where
oak owl aft-er saw gun raft-er
tree sun-set said shot
sit-ting An owl was sit-ting in an oak tree. The owl can not see by day. It can see aft-er sun-set. A boy saw the owl, and said to a man, An owl is in the top of the oak. The man got his gun, and shot the owl.
NOTE TO TEACHER 8.-Each line of this lesson should first be spelled down, and then across the page.
bake ba-ker ba-king
jo-ker jo-king poke po-ker
po-king dive di-ver di-ving drive dri-ver dri-ving