Natural Reading: Manual of Instruction (for Teachers) Presenting a Perfectly Natural and Systematic Method of Teaching Reading to Primary Children, Without the Use of Diacritical Marks, and Including Complete Sets of Phonetic Parts, Words and Sentences Arranged in Proper Sequence for Both Development and Drill

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Ginn, 1906 - Reading - 90 pages

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Page 64 - Counting out his money; The queen was in the kitchen, Eating bread and honey.
Page 86 - I wish I may, I wish I might, have this wish I wish tonight.
Page 50 - The man in the moon came down too soon + To ask his way to Norwich ; The man in the south he burnt his mouth Eating cold plum porridge.
Page 3 - The author prefers to use print only for these early blackboard reading lessons, but there is nothing in the arrangement of the book to prevent those teachers who wish from using script.

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