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There is a pretty robin flying about the room. We must give him something to eat. Fetch some bread for him. Throw the crumbs on the floor. Eat, 'pretty robin, eat. He will not eat; I believe he is afraid of us. He looks about, and wonders where he is!
O, he begins to eat! He is not afraid now. hungry. How pretty it is to see him pick up the crumbs, and hop upon the floor, the table, and the chairs ! Perhaps, when he has done eating, he will sing us a song.
But we must not keep him always. Birds do not like to be shut up in a rooin, or in a cage. They like to fly about in the air, and to pick up seeds, and to hop about on the grass, and to sing, while perched upon the branches of high trees.
And in spring, how busy they are building their nests, and taking care of their young ones. Robin has flown against the window; he wants to get out. Well, we will open the window, and, if he choose, he may fly away. There, now he is gone. When he is hungry, he may come again. We will give him some crumbs.
Love your brothers and sisters. Do not tease nor vex them, nor call them names; and never let
hands be raised to strike them.
If they have any thing, which you would like to have, do not be angry with them, or want to get it from
them. If you have any thing they like, share it with them.
Your parents grieve when they see you quarrel; they love you all, and they wish you to love one another, and 1 to live in peace and friendship. People will not speak, a or think woll of
do not behave kindly to your parents, and to your brothers and sisters.
6 Whom,” say they, “ will persons love or be kind to, if they do not love their own father and mother, who have done so much for them; and their own brothers and sisters, who have the same parents, and the same homes as they have, and who are brought up with them." Love your
father and mother; they love you, and have taken care of you ever since you were born : they. loved you, and took care of you, even when you could not help yourselves, or when you could not talk, nor walk about, nor do scarcely any thing but cry, and give a great deal of trouble.
Who is so kind to you as your parents are? Who takes so much pains to instruct you? Who taught you almost every thing you know? Who provides food for you, and clothes, and warm beds to sleep on atnight?
Who is so glad when you are pleased, and so sorry when you are troubled ? When you are sick, and in pain, who pities you, and tenderly waits upon you ? Who prays to God to give you health, and strength, and every good thing? It is your parents. You should therefore do all in your power to make them happy.
The long sound of the vowels and diphthongs,
Vowels and diphthongs like a in fate. Аре whey cave paint ace rein date glaze fate aid slay dare mace dray snare
dame mail snake ruim spake bear rake lame ale spare baize
range, quake ere spray bane raze
trade gay state, blame
bait blaze shape tare brace bake rage grate vague braid bare haste spade twain brain lake stage
whale stain brake hare wade
traipse chafe Imare
skate Itrait plain chase stairs brave praise grain claim bатне
scrape - strange strain crape glare square plague vale deign base drain tame tray shame swear drake
fare shake male fate plane pale shade safe fail plate pane scale race faint
prate pare saye lace faith stave
gaze sale lake fame waste clave sake late fail wake sage
hale Idake wave game slate case paste crave sway
came pain Ipave flame
gange quail feign wage wear gaol * strait feint stare
prey plait stray skein pace pear quaint steak
Ivein maize blade sleigh gate
maini saint Ichain There hail maim
weight scale veil swain knave stain waist freight
Vowels and diphthongs like e in me. Beak fee each Kree Iseer bead beet eave fleet siege heat bean cede fleece leek beach cere
sleek lean clear cheat
grief spear lead
creek cheer heal speech keen
creed breed heap treat jeer deal breeze hear tear heel smear
mead teal mere screech feat pique steel mete
queer ween heave theme meet rear meek beed Iveal reel screak meed
speed wield peak sneer scar sneak glee peal.
Itier seek teach beech beast Iniece sheet steam cream
bleak brief thief
yield shield wield bier flea deep cheap seem zeal ease deer schief seen year
weak leap Ineaz liege team least need shield beard weave crease Imien suite
steep sere ideed cleave lieve
steam seize Ideam dream wreath sweep seine oleak fierce peat teem sphere * bleed
peel veer spleen breach freeze peep wean
sheath squeal drear
scream pierce weep steed wheeze blear
plead wheel reed beat grcase scene
meat grieve seam knead leam meal
league shriek Iflee quay meer
lleak shears beam preach neal least skreen heath plea neap
lees streak iley
Vowels and diphthongs like i in pine. Mite find
slide thrive hide flight mile snipe thyme bile
gibe mire lime tide bind guide nigh wire tight 1:!ітне
guile plight slime tithe bribe
hide prime spine tribe brine hind rhyme height trite cite strive
twine crime hire size
spire type chide isle + sleight splice scribe cline blight slice swine wise
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