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Group Title: The Dale readers : first primer
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Title: The Dale readers first primer
Alternate Title: First primer
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 18 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dale, Nellie
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
George Phillip & Son Limited ( Publisher )
Publisher: Philip
Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: [c1899]
 Subjects
Subject: Readers (Elementary) -- 1870-1950   ( lcsh )
Juvenile literature -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Readers -- 1899   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1899
Genre: Juvenile literature   ( rbgenr )
Readers   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
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Statement of Responsibility: by Nellie Dale ; with pictures by Walter Crane.
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001589097
oclc - 20488712
notis - AHL3069

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Advertising
        Page 2
    Half Title
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page
        Page 5
    Book 1: "a"
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        Page 7
        Page 8
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    Back Cover
        Page 31
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The Dale Method of Teaching

Reading


THE DALE READERS.
Written by Nellie Dale and illustrated by Walter Crane.
STEPS TO READING
FIRST PRIMER .
SECOND PRIMER
INFANT READER
BOOK I.
BOOK II.
Each Crown 8vo. Strongly bound.

TEACHERS' HANDBOOKS.
ON THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH READING.
By Nellie Dale.
FURTHER NOTES ON THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH
READING. By Nellie Dale.

APPARATUS.
DALE'S TABULATING FRAME.
SET OF SYMBOLS FOR USE WITH THE FRAME.

CARDS FOR THE PRICKING AND EMBROIDERY
OF THE SYMBOLS. Series A and B.


A descriptive prospectus of the series will be sent post free on application
to the publishers.
GEORGE PHILIP & SON, Ltd., 32 Fleet Street, London, E.C.4.
PHILIP, SON, & NEPHEW, Ltd., Liverpool, 1.

The Baldwin Library
University
B.i.da
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READERS
FIRSTPRIMER
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BOOK 1.










1. cap sap trap
nap snap strap

Pat got his cap and
ran up the hill with
his dog Snap.
Pat sat on a log to
mend his whip. Snap
had a nap on his lap.
When Pat gets back,
Dan will tell him that
Tom has sent him a
pet rat.






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2. dab cab crab

Dan and Pat sat in a
cab. Pat had his cap
on his lap. Dan had a
crab in his bag. Dan
and Pat had a nap. The
crab got in Pat's cap.











3. Pat rat flat
bat hat chat
Nan has a cat. It sat
in that hat and had a
nap.
Pat ran in with his
pet rat in his hand.
The rat is fat.
Pat had a chat with
Nan and then ran to
get his bat. And Nan
put the rat to bed.





4. pad lad had
bad sad glad
That lad is Jack. Nan
is with him. Jack has
a bad cut on his hand.
This is sad!
Nan will strap it up.
Jack is glad that Nan
can help him.











pack
sack
Jack


stack
black
quack


Jack


can pack the


black and red caps
that sack.


in


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Pat ran with the
on his back.


sack


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Dan sat on a st
with Snap.
Dan had on his
black hat.
Pat got Dan a red
from the sack and
to the stack with it.
A duck got in
sack.
Quack, quack, qua


ack


best


cap
ran


the


Lck!


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6.

bag stag
rag crag
wag flag

Pat went to
a shop and got Jack
a flag. Jack ran up
the crag with his flag
and sat with Dan.
Dan had a
bag of buns.
Will that
stag get a
bun from
him ?








7. ram Sam jam
Sam fed the ram and
ran in to lunch with
Dan.
Dan will help Sam to
ham. Dan has a pot of
jam on that shelf.
When Sam has had
his ham, Dan will get
; the jam and will
let him help
himself
'to it.






8.


Dan van
can than
man plan
Nan bran


That man has a van
full of pans and cans.
"Run Nan and get a
red pan and a tin can
from him."
The man will tell Nan
to bring him a shilling.
Nan will run back to
get it. Dan will fill the
pan with bran.








9. ,- 45
bang sang
rang sprang
Jack had a bang on his
leg from a cricket bat.
Dan ran to help him.
Jack had to hop back
on his left leg. Pat got
him a leg-rest, and Nan
sang to him.
Tom sprang from his
gig and rang the bell.
Jack had a chat with
Tom.






10. shall


"Shall Dan
tell Jack that
his cat is ill?"
"Yes, and Nan can
the cat milk."
"Jack shall
up: his leg
well."
The cat is g
that Jack is
Pat will h<
up Jac
f


get

get
is

,lad
up.
ang
:k's
lag.

















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11.


ash sash crash
cash hash smash
mash flash splash
Dan went on his nag
to Kingston to get Nan a
pink sash, Dobbin had
a bran mash when Dan
got back.
Nan put on the pink
sash and felt very grand.
Pat is getting Dan hash
from the pot. Crash! Pat
has let the hash drop!
Did it splash that pink
sash ? Yes; just a spot
went on to it.






tax
Max
flax


Run Nan
and bring
that cash-box!
The dog tax is in it.
Snap! Snap! That man
Max must get the tax
from Pat. Max will put
it into his pocket and
then get into his cab.
Nan had flax in that
pot on the sill. Snap bit
the flax and Nan felt
very sad.










catch thatch
13. match scratch
Pat has his pet rat in
that hutch with thatch
on the top of it.
Jack is bringing a big
box. Pat will lift up the
latch of the hutch and
let the rat run into this
box. Then Jack will
help him to catch it.
Will the rat scratch?
It will not scratch Pat.





cap caps
hat hats
sack sacks
cab cabs
lad lads
stag stags
ham hams
pan 14. pans
Tell Pat to bring in
the caps and hats.
The lads, Jack and
Dan, can help him.
Then Jack can run to
the shop and beg them
to send six hams.










damp


tramp


15. camp stamp
lamp cramp

It is damp in the
camp. Jack must tramp
from the camp with Pat.
But Jack has cramp!
Dan met them and
sprang from his nag
and let Jack get on
him.





Dobbin champs his bit
and stamps as Pat helps
Jack to get up.
Dan pats Dobbin and
begs him to stand still.

The sun has set and
the fog is thick. It is
sad that Jack has left
his lamp in the tent!
Will Dan and Pat slip
into a bog?

But Dan had his lamp
with him and lit it
with a match that
Pat had in his .
match-box.










16. band


stand


Jack and Pat can dig
in the sand.
Jack has a crab in
his hand, and Pat has
six in his bucket.
"The band is in the
grand stand! Let us
run, Jack. That big
drum is splendid."
The man with the
drum let Jack and Pat
sit next to him.










bank sank
tank plank


-I


thank Frank
"That tank on the
bank has the crabs in
it that Pat got on the
sands. Nan, let us get
a net and catch them."
"Yes, Jack. The net
is in the box and
the bucket is on the
hat-stand."





Nan and Jack went
up the bank and sat on
a plank.
Just as Jack had the
biggest crab in the net,
Nan fell in.
Splash! Splash!
Help! Help! Nan is
in the tank!"
Frank ran with a
stick and got Nan from
the tank.
Jack ran back and got
a cup of hot milk.
Nan drank this and
did not get a chill.








wash wasp
18. watch swan
want swamp
w at
Lily and Dan went to
the swamp to pick flags
to put in Daddy's jug
in the study.
Lily got a big
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bunch but Dan was
watching a wasp. It
kept flitting from the
swamp to the bank.
What can it want in
that bank?
Dan thinks its nest is
in it and runs up to it.
But the nest is at
the very end of a long
tunnel, and, unless an
elf with a magic wand
helps him to shrink,
Dan cannot get in.




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