Kate and the Whale – a poem to practise words ending in /t/ and /l/

Kate and the Whale – a poem to practise words ending in /t/ and /l/

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Kate bought a whale from a shop far away, it went in the mail and arrived the next day, the whale was so sad, he had nothing to say, since the day he was caught in the sea near Norway.

Kate said, ‘Mr Whale, if you can just wait for a moment or two, I’ll call my mate Saul, he’ll know just what to do. He once caught a ball with just two sticks of glue, oh, yes, Mr Whale, he’ll know what’s right for you. He once fought a snail with just one leaf of kale, so he’ll know what’s right for a very sad whale.

But Saul said, ‘Oh, Kate, what sort of question is that? It’s harder to fall from a very tall hat, the place for your whale is back in the sea, he just won’t be happy until he is free’.

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