Essay on cat for class 1

Here are two essays on cats for class 1. The title is grammatically incorrect deliberately as it is a search term. Class one is 5-7 years of age. This essay can be written in a million different ways. Feel free to try one yourself in a comment. Below each image the essay is in text form which can be copied. The first one contains errors. This is normal for kids in this age bracket.

Essay on cat for class 1
Essay on cat for class 1
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My cat is called Ben. My mom feeds him. I play with him. He is very friendly. I love him. I play with him. He makes me laugh. Tigers are not friendly. They are fierce. Tigers are huge. My cat is quite small. He has stripes like a tiger. Sometimes he thinks he is a tiger. There are lots of domistic cats in the world but not many tigers. Don’t hurt cats. They make us happy.


Here is a different version of an essay on cat for class 1.

Essay on cat for class 1

Cats are my favorite animal. I love cats. My mom does too. My dad likes cats but he likes dogs more. My mom feeds our three cats. I play with them all the time. I think they love me as much as I love them. There are lots of domestic cats in the world but not many tigers. We must be kind to cats and protect tigers. Cats feel nice because they are soft and furry. But they have sharp claws and teeth. They are very friendly. Sometimes they think they are tigers.

Essay on tiger for class 1




5 thoughts on “Essay on cat for class 1”

  1. Seems to me it’s hard to take kids seriously, or rather if what they say is original (coming from them). These are similar, almost identical, and I bet there was a little class discussion about cats and they all regurgitated what they heard. These thinks were probably written on the blackboard (if they still have those). I don’t question their voracity, just originality. I think most of what kids (we) think or say as kids is regurgitated, mimicry or copies of what we see and hear.

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