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I Went Walking

By Sue Williams, illustrated by Julie Vivas


Name _________________________________________________ Date ________________
Directions: Fill in the blanks in the sentences. Use your neatest printing. Thank you.

I saw a __________ looking at me.


I saw a __________ looking at me.
I saw a __________ looking at me.
I saw a __________ looking at me.
I saw a __________ looking at me.
I saw a __________ looking at me.
I ________ a lot of animals looking at me.
I looked at a c_____, a h________, a
c____, a d______, a p______, and a d_____.

I Went Walking KEY


By Sue Williams, illustrated by Julie Vivas
Name _________________________________________________ Date ________________
Directions: Fill in the blanks in the sentences. Use your neatest printing. Thank you.

I saw a cat looking at me.


I saw a horse looking at me.
I saw a cow looking at me.
I saw a duck looking at me.
I saw a pig looking at me.
I saw a dog looking at me.
I saw a lot of animals looking at me. I
looked at a cat, a horse, a cow, a duck, a
pig, and a dog.

I Went Walking
By Sue Williams, illustrated by Julie Vivas
Name _________________________________________________ Date ________________
Directions: Fill in the blanks in the sentences. Use your neatest printing. Thank you.

I saw a b__________ c___________.


I saw a br__________ h__________.
I saw a r__________ c___________.
I saw a g__________ d___________.
I saw a p__________ p___________.
I saw a y__________ d___________.
All of these animals were looking
at _______!

I Went Walking KEY


By Sue Williams, illustrated by Julie Vivas
Name _________________________________________________ Date ________________
Directions: Fill in the blanks in the sentences. Use your neatest printing. Thank you.

I saw a black cat.


I saw a brown horse.
I saw a red cow.
I saw a green duck.
I saw a pink pig.
I saw a yellow duck.
All of these animals were looking
at me!
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