Wednesday, June 17, 2009


TERM – 1

Ls. No. 2 – My Family

New words :

(1) family (2) small (3) large (4) joint (5) together
(6) children (7) cousins (8) uncle (9) aunt (10) father

Questions and answers :

1. What is a family?
A. Parents and children make a family.

2. What is a small family?
A. Parents with one or two children make a small family.

3. What is a large family?
A. A family with more than two children is a large family.

4. What is a joint family?
A. Parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins living together is a joint

5. Who are cousins?
A. Uncle’s children are cousins.

6. Who are grand parents?
A. Parents of mother and father are grandparents.

Fill in the blanks: (Pg : 141)

Match the following :

1. mother’s mother uncle (3)
2. father’s father aunt (4)
3. mother’s brother cousins (5)
4. father’s sister grand father (2)
5. uncle’s children grand mother (1)

Ls. 3 – Parents look after the family

New words :

(1) parents (2) earn (3) money (4) offices
(5) hospitals (6) doctors (7) neat (8) washes
(9) nurses (10) health

Questions and answers :

1. Who takes care of children?
A. Parents take care of their children.

2. What does your father do?
A. My father earns money for my family.

3. What do parents give their children?
A. Parents give good education to their children.

Fill in the blanks (pg. No. 144 Bit No II)

Ls. No. 4 - Duties of Children

New words :

(1) house (2) clean (3) kitchen (4) market
(5) letters (6) happy (7) love (8) obey
(9) respect (10) help

Questions and answers :

1. How can children help their parents?
A. Children can help their parents by keeping the house neat and clean.

2. How should children treat their parents?
A. Children should love and respect their parents.

3. How can children help their father?
A. Children can help their father in watering plants and posting letters.

Fill in the blanks : Pg. 146

Choose the right answer :

1. Children bring things from the market ( a )
(a) market (b) farm (c) office

2. Children can help parents by keeping their house clean. ( b )
(a) dirty (b) clean (c) posting

Ls. 1 - My Self

à Pg No. 137

ACTIVITIES à Activities given on Pg. No. 137 to be done.

Children to paste their photograph.
(Bringing photograph is not compulsory)

*Map pointing : Himalayas, Pakistan, Arabian sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal.


Social - Term – II

Ls. 7 - House

New words:

house, home, protects, thieves, bricks, cement, iron, pucca, kutcha, mud, straw, villages, comfortable, bungalow.

True or False :

1. We feel safe and comfortable in our house. (True)
2. In villages poor people live in bungalow. (False)
3. We all live in houses. (True)
4. House can be big or small. (True)
5. We eat food in the drawing room. (False)

Match the following :

1. pucca house mud and straw (2)
2. kutcha house in the bed room (3)
3. we sleep many rooms (4)
4. a big house cement, bricks (1)

Questions and answers :

1. Why do we need a house?
A. We need a house because it protects us from heat, cold, rain and wind.

2. What is a pucca house made of?
A. A pucca house is made up of bricks, iron, cement, sand and stones.

3. What is a kutcha house made of?
A. A kutcha house is made up of mud and straw.

What do we do in a (Reader Pg. 147)

a) Drawing room : We sit and talk to our friends in the drawing room.
b) Dining room : We eat our food in the dining room.
c) Bed room : We sleep in the bedroom.

Fill in the blanks. Choose words from the box. (Reader Pg. 147)

(kitchen, dining, bed room, sofas)

We find Sofas in drawing room.
We eat in the dining room.
We sleep in the bedroom.
We cook our food in the kitchen.

Ls. 8 – Important places in our Neighbourhood

New words :

important, neighbourhood, railway station, air port, police station, post office, medicine, thieves, control, traffic.

Questions and answers :

1. Name three important places in your neighbourhood.
A. The three important places in our neighbourhood are school, post office and

2. Where do you buy stamps and envelopes?
A. We buy stamps and envelopes in the post office.

3. Why do people go to a hospital?
A. People go to a hospital to take medicine if they are sick.

4. Why do children go to school?
A. Children go to school to study.

5. What do firemen do?
A. The firemen helps in putting out fire.

6. What do policemen do?
A. The policemen catch thieves and controls the traffic.

Fill in the blanks :

Children go to school to study.
The postman brings us letters and parcels.
The hospital takes care of the sick people.
The policeman catches thieves.
We enjoy playing in a park.

True or False :

1. We go to a bus station to take a train. (False)
2. Fireman helps in putting out fire. (True)
3. The teacher controls the traffic. (False)
4. We buy things from the market. (True)

Match the following : (Reader Pg. 152)

1. market doctor (3)
2. school policeman (4)
3. hospital firemen (5)
4. police station shopkeeper (1)
5. fire station teacher (2)

Choose the correct Answers :

1. The ____________ teaches us in a school (b)
(a) doctor (b) teacher (c) nurse

2. We go to _______________ to travel by air. (c)
(a) bus station (b) railway station (c) airport

3. We see many animals in the _____________. (b)
(a) park (b) zoo (c) factory

Activity Role Play of School, Hospital, Market etc.

Ls. 9 - Festivals

New words :

Diwali, Dussehra, Id-ul-Fitr, Christmas, Gurupurab, festivals, muslims, langar, celebrate, sewian, Id Mubarak, Carols, Jesus Christ, Ravana, Durga puja, Lakshmi, Shakti, worship.

Fill in the blanks :

Diwali is a festival of lights.
Dussehra marks the victory of good over evil.
Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year.
Id is celebrated after thirty days of fasting.

True or False :

1. Sikhs eat in common kitchen called Langar. (True)
2. India is the land of festivals. (True)
3. Durga is the Hindu goddess of Shakti. (True)
4. Bengalis celebrate Holi as Durga Puja. (False)
5. Christians go to Gurudwaras. (False)

Match the following :

1. Holi Muslim festival (3)
2. Durga Puja birthday of Jesus Christ (4)
3. Id-ul-Fitr festival of colours (1)
4. Christmas Bengalis celebrate (2)

Questions and answers :

1. What do festivals bring?
A. Festivals bring joy and happiness.

2. Who celebrates Id?
A. Muslims celebrate Id.

3. Who celebrates Diwali and Dussehra?
A. Hindus celebrate Diwali and Dussehra.

4. Who celebrates Christmas?
A. Christians celebrate Christmas.

5. Where do Sikhs go on Gurupurab?
A. Sikhs go to Gurudwara on Gurupurab.

Match the following :

1. Christmas lights (5)
2. Holi 25th December (1)
3. Dussehra after a month of fasting (4)
4. Id-ul-Fitr Durga Puja (3)
5. Diwali colours (2)

Ls. 10 – National Festivals

New words :

event, unfurl, Republic, Independence, hoist, parade, tricolour.

Questions and answers :

1. On which day do we celebrate the Independence Day?
A. We celebrate the Independence Day on 15th August.

2. Who unfurls the national flag at the Red Fort on the Independence Day?
A. The Prime Minister of India unfurls the national flag at the Red Fort on
Independence day in Delhi.

3. On which day do we celebrate the Republic Day?
A. We celebrate the Republic Day on 26th January.

4. Who takes the salute at the Republic Day Parade in New Delhi?
A. The President of India takes the salute on the Republic Day Parade in
New Delhi.

5. When was Mahatma Gandhi born?
A. Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd October.

6. When did Mahatma Gandhi die?
A. Mahatma Gandhi died on 30th January.

Fill in the blanks :

We all celebrate national festivals.
There are three national festivals.
Some schools take part in Republic Day parade.
Mahatma Gandhi was also known as the “Father of the Nation”.

Match the following :
1. Republic Day 15th August (3)
2. Teacher’s Day 14th November (5)
3. Independence day 5th September (2)
4. Gandhi Jayanti 26th January (1)
5. Children’s day 2nd October (4)

Ls. 11 – Places of Worship

New words :
temple, Ramayana, Bhagavat Gita, Church, Bible, namaz, Quran, Guru Granth Sahib, prayers, Gurudwara, Parsis, Buddhists, mandir.

Questions and answers :

1. Why do we pray to God?
A. We pray to God to help us to become good people.

2. What are the holy books of Hindus?
A. The Ramayana and the Bhagavat Gita are the holy books of Hindus.

3. Name the holy book of Christians.
A. The Bible is the holy book of Christians.

4. Name the holy book of Sikhs.
A. The Guru Granth Sahib is the holy book of Sikhs.

5. Name the holy book of Muslims.
A. The Quran is the holy book of Muslims.

Fill in the blanks :
The Hindus go to a temple to pray.
The Muslims go to mosque to pray.
The Sikhs go to a gurudwara to pray.
The Christians go to a church to pray.

Match the following :
1. Sikhs Fire temple (2)
2. Parsis Church (4)
3. Buddhists Gurudwara (1)
4. Christians Temple (3)

Map Pointing :
Himalayas, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean.


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Social - Term – III

Ls. 12 Good Manners

New words :
manners, elders, habits, respect, greet, please, thank you, sorry, silence, polite

Questions and answers :

1. Who teaches us good manners and habits?
A. Our parents and teachers teach us good manners and habits.

2. How should we treat parents, teachers and elders?
A. We should always respect and wish our elders, parents and teachers.

3. When do you say ‘Please’?
A. I say ‘Please’ when I ask for something.

4. What do you say when you hurt somebody?
A. I say ‘Sorry’ when I hurt somebody.

5. When do you say ‘Thank you’?
A. I say ‘Thank you’ when I am given something.

Fill in the blanks : (Refer pg. 108)

1. We should respect our elders.
2. We should not use bad words.
3. We must speak politely to people.
4. We must obey the words of elders.
5. Children should learn good manners.

One Word answers :

1. When we hurt some body, we should say – Sorry.

2. When we are given something, we must say – Thank you.

3. How should we speak to others?
A. Politely.

Ls. 13 Our School

New words :
school, teachers, assembly hall, gather, principal, library, swings, slides, canteen, peon.

Questions and answers :

1. Why do you go to school?
A. We go to school to read and write.

2. Who is the head of the school?
A. The Principal is the head of the school.

3. What do we find in a library?
A. We find books, magazines and newspapers in the library.

4. In which class do you study?
A. I study in class I.

5. What is the name of your school?
A. The name of my school is Slate – The School.

6. What do you do in the Assembly Hall?
A. We gather in the Assembly Hall for morning prayers and school functions.

7. Where do you study?
A. I study in my classroom.

Fill in the blanks : (Pg. No. 112)

1. The canteen sells food to the children.
2. The Principal is the head of the school.
3. We play games in the playground.
4. The sweeper cleans the school.

Choose the right answer :

1. Children should play games in the ______________. (b)
(a) classroom (b) play ground (c) corridors

2. A ____________ rings the bell. (c)
(a) Watch man (b) sweeper (c) peon

True or False :

1. We go to school only to play. (False)
2. The Principal is the head of the school. (True)
3. We gather in assembly hall for morning prayer. (True)

Ls. 14 Our Classroom

New words :
classroom, student, blackboard, chart, duster, throw, corner, waste.

Questions and answers :

1. Where does the teacher write?
A. The teacher writes on a blackboard.

2. What do you do with a dust bin?
A. I throw waste papers into the dust bin.

3. Where does your teacher keep the books?
A. My teacher keeps the books in the cupboard.

4. What do you find on the walls of your class room?
A. We find many charts on the walls of my class room.

Ls. 16 Early Man

New words :
early man, earth, thick, roamed, search, killed, huge, bark, caves, life style.

Questions and answers :

1. When did early man live on the earth?
A. Early man lived on the earth long long ago.

2. What did early man eat?
A. Early man ate fruits, roots and raw meat of animals.

3. How did early man cover his body?
A. Early man covered his body with leaves, bark of the trees and skin of the

4. Where did early man live?
A. Early man lived in forests.

Fill in the blanks & True or False (Refer Pg. 120)

1. Early man lived on the earth long ago.
2. He/She did not live as we live.
3. He slept on trees.
4. Early man killed animals with stones.
5. He lived in caves to protect himself from heat, cold and rain.

Choose the right answer :

1. Slowly early man started living in - (c)
(a) flats (b) buildings (c) caves

2. Early man used ___________ to kill animals. (b)
(a) guns (b) huge stones (c) knives

True or False :

1. Early man slept on trees. [True]
2. Early man lived in cities. [False]
3. Early man ate cooked food. [False]
4. He roamed from one place to another in search of food. [True]

Deleted Lessons: Ls 15 & 17.

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Class I Term – I Science

Ls. 1 Plants around us

New words : branches, leaves, stem, roots, world, green, banyan, strong, straight, bushy, jasmine, ashoka, shrubs, climbers, creepers, thorns, cactus, lemon, pumpkin, enemies.

Questions and answers:

1. Name three trees.
A. 1. Mango tree 2. Ashoka tree 3. Coconut tree

2. Name the different parts of a plant.
A. A plant has roots, stem, branches, leaves, flowers and fruits.

3. Name some shrubs.
A. Shoe flower, jasmine and rose are some shrubs.

4. What are climbers?
A. Climbers are the plants that have weak stems and need support to stand and grow.

5. What are shrubs?
A. The bushy and small plants are called shrubs.

6. Name three herbs.
A. 1) Tomato 2) Paddy 3) Brinjal.

7. Name two water plants.
A. 1) Lotus 2) Water lily

Fill in the blanks : (Pg. No. 107)

1. Plants that crawl along the ground are called creepers.
2. Grapevine is a climber.

Write True or False : (Pg. No. 108)

1. Watermelon is a creeper. (True)
2. The mango tree is a herb. (False)
3. Rose is a shrub. (True)
4. Lotus is a water plant. (True)
5. Grapevine is a tree. (False)

Match the following :

1. shrub bean (3)
2. herb rose (1)
3. climber paddy (2)
4. creeper ashoka (5)
5. tree pumpkin (4)

Ls. 2 Many plants grow from seeds

New words : flowers, marigold, vegetables, papaya, bengal gram, fruits, pomegranate, sunlight, cherries, watermelon.

Questions and answers:

1. Where do fruits come from?
A. Fruits come from flowers.

2. Name the four things a seed needs to grow into a plant.
A. A seed needs air, water, soil and sunlight to grow into a plant.

3. Name some one seeded fruits.
A. Mango, cherry, plum and peach are some one seeded fruits.

4. Name some many seeded fruits.
A. Watermelon, papaya and orange are some many seeded fruits.

5. What does a seed contain?
A. A seed contains a baby plant and some food inside it.

Fill in the blanks : (Pg. No. 113)

1. The flowers grow into fruits.
2. Fruits have seeds inside them.
3. A seed has food for the baby plant inside it.

True or False :

1. Flowers are of different shapes, sizes and colours. (True)
2. Air, water and sunlight help the baby plant to grow. (True)
3. Plants give us fruits and vegetables. (True)

Choose the correct answer :

1. Jasmine is a _________. (a)
(a) flower (b) fruit (c) vegetable

2. Plant needs ___________ to live. (c)
(a) air (b) water (c) both

3. Baby plant contains - (c)
(a) seed (b) fruit (c) none

Match the following :

1. plant one seeded fruit (3)
2. water melon seed (1)
3. plum many seeded fruit (2)
4. banana flower (5)
5. marigold fruit (4)

Ls. 3 - Plants give us food

New words :

grains, maize, paddy, mustard, pulses, cloves, turmeric, pepper, ginger, coffee, bamboo, turnip, groundnut.

Questions and answers:

1. Name three food grains.
A. 1. Maize 2. Wheat 3. Gram

2. Name three vegetables.
A. 1. Tomato 2. Lady’s finger 3. Brinjal

3. Name three fruits.
A. 1. Banana 2, Grapes 3. Apple

4. Name three pulses.
A. 1. Green gram 2. Peas 3. Red Gram

5. Name three spices.
A. 1. Turmeric 2. Pepper 3. Cloves

Fill in the blanks : (Pg. No. 118)

1. Wheat is a food grain.
2. Grape is a fruit.
3. Lady’s fingers are vegetables.
4. Turnip is a vegetable.
5. Brinjal is a vegetable.

True or False :

1. Plants give us only food grains. (False)
2. We get edible oil from the seeds. (True)
3. We get spices from sugar cane. (False)
4. Most of our food comes from plants. (True)
5. Cloves and chillies are spices. (True)

Choose the correct answer :

1. Brinjal is a ________- (b)
(a) fruit (b) vegetable (c) pulse

2. Pepper is a ________ (a)
(a) spice (b) grain (c) both

3. Mustard plant gives us _______ (a)
(a) oil (b) coffee (c) sugar

Match the following :

1. grains maize (1)
2. vegetables grapes (3)
3. fruits turnip (2)
4. spices paper (5)
5. bamboo chillies (4)

Ls. 4 - Animals around us

New words :

animals, different, creatures, breathe, reproduce, wild, domestic, crocodile, tortoise, insects, reptiles, lizard, cockroach, spider, prawn, rhinoceros.

Questions and answers:

1. What are wild animals?
A. Animals which live in forests are called wild animals.

2. What are domestic animals?
A. Animals which live in and around our houses are called domestic animals.

3. How do birds fly?
A. Birds fly with the help of wings.

4. What are reptiles?
A. Reptiles are the animals that creep or crawl on the ground.

5. Name three wild animals.
A. 1) Lion 2) Tiger 3) Giraffe

6. Name three insects.
A. 1) Housefly 2) Butterfly 3) Ant

7. Name three domestic animals.
A. 1) Cow 2) Horse 3) Dog

8. Name three water animals.
A. 1) Fish 2) Frog 3) Tortoise

Fill in the blanks :( Pg no 126)

1. All animals are living creatures.
2. An elephant is a big animal.
3. Fish lives in water.
4. The frog and the tortoise live in water as well as on land.
5. Birds have wings to fly.

True or False :

1. Housefly is an insect. (True)
2. Peacock is a domestic animal. (False)
3. Fish has fins to swim in water . (True)
4. Tiger is a domestic animal. (False)
5. Earth worm is a big animal. (False)

Match the following : (Pg no. 127)

1. birds crawl (4)
2. fish walk (3)
3. cows swim (2)
4. snakes fly (1)

Choose the correct answer :

1. Snakes and Worms have __________ legs. (c)
(a) two (b) four (c) none

2. Fish has ____________to swim. (a)
(a) fins (b) wings (c) legs

3. Animal which is small in size. (a)
(a) rat (b) elephant (c) giraffe

4. Animal which lives on land as well as in water. (c)
(a) Frog (b) Tortoise (c) both

Ls. 5 – Food and shelter for animals

Introduction :
Children – we eat food to live; in the morning you had breakfast. Tell me What animals eat? eats grass - Cow; Can a lion eat grass – NO. It eats meat – so, some animals are vegetarian and some are non-veg. We live in our house. Do the animals also have a house? Yes. Eg. cow – shed, bird – nest etc.

New words :
shelter, flesh, lizard, worms, burrow, eagle, kingfisher, protect, beehive.

Questions and answers :

1. Why do animals need shelter?
A. Animals need shelter to protect themselves from heat, cold, rain and enemies.

2. Name some animals that eat grass, leaves and plants.
A. Cow, giraffe, elephant and zebra are some animals which eat grass, leaves and plants.

3. Name some flesh eating animals.
A. Fox, tiger, lion and eagle are some flesh eating animals.

4. Name some animals that eat insects.
A. Frog, lizard and spider are some animals that eat insects.
5. Where does a horse live?
A. A horse lives in a stable.

6. Where does a cow lives?
A. A cow lives in a shed.

Fill in the blanks (Reader Pg. 132 & 133)
1. A frog eats insects.
2. A tiger eats flesh.
3. An elephant eats grass.
4. A dog lives in a kennel.
5. A bird lives in a nest.
6. A hen eats grains.
7. A lion lives in a den.

True or False :
1. All animals require shelter to live. (True)
2. Some animals eat grains. (True)
3. Zebra eats flesh of other animals. (False)
4. Lizard, spider eat insects and worms. (True)
5. Rabbit lives in a burrow under the ground. (True)
6. Bees live in a hive which is not built by themselves. (False)

Choose the right answer ;
1. Rabbit lives in a burrow. (b)
(a) hive (b) burrow (c) den

2. King fisher eats fish. (a)
(a) fish (b) honey (c) grass

3. Horses live in the stable. (a)
(a) stable (b) farm (c) shed

Match the following :
1. cow den (2)
2. lion shed (1)
3. horse hive (4)
4. honey bees nest (5)
5. birds stabble (3)
1. zebra insect (2)
2. lizard snake (5)
3. hen grain (3)
4. fox flesh (4)
5. eagle grass (1)

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Science – Term – II

Ls. 6 – Our needs

New words :

breathe, clothes, drink, healthy, uncovered, harmful, cover, protect, cotton, woollen, thieves, height, weight, exercise.

Questions and answers:

1. What are our basic needs?
A. Our basic needs are 1) air 2) water 3) food 4) clothes and 5) house.

2. What kind of food should we eat?
A. We should eat good, fresh and clean food.

3. From what does a house protect us?
A. A house protects us from heat, cold, rain, wind and thieves.

4. Name three things that help us to grow?
A. Good food, rest and exercise help us to grow and keep fit.

5. What helps to keep the air clean?
A. Plants and trees help the air to keep clean.

6. What makes water clean?
A. Filtering and boiling can make the water clean.

Fill in the blanks : (Reader Pg. 116, 117)

We need clean and fresh air to breathe.
Food helps us to grow and be healthy.
Clothes cover and protect our body.
Always drink filtered water.
We grow in height and weight.

True or False :

1. Plants and trees help to keep the air clean. (True)
2. There should be germs or dirt in the water we drink. (False)
3. We must eat in a clean place. (True)
4. We wear woollen clothes in summer. (False)
5. Children grow up fast. (True)

Match the following :

1. Clothes shelter and safe (2)
2. House to breathe (3)
3. Air to drink (4)
4. Water to grow and to be healthy (5)
5. Food cover and protect (1)

Ls. 7 – Keeping Fit

New words :
early, tired, morning, straight, upright, swing, slide, carroms, strong.

Questions and answers:

1. What should we do before going to bed?
A. We should wash our hands, feet and brush our teeth before going to bed.

2. Name a few outdoor games.
A. Football, kho-kho and cricket are a few outdoor games.

3. Name a few indoor games.
A. Chess, carrom and ludo are a few indoor games.

4. How many hours a day should children sleep?
A. Children should sleep for about 10 hours a day.

5. Why should we take rest?
A. We should take rest to keep our body healthy.

Fill in the blanks : (Reader Pg. 121)

Rest, sleep, exercise and play keeps our body healthy.
Chess is an indoor game.
We should not cover our face while sleeping.
Cricket is an outdoor game.
We must go to bed early.
We get rest when we sleep.
Exercise keeps our body healthy and strong.

True or False :

1. Children need to sleep for about ten hours a day. (True)
2. It is good to walk or jog every day atleast for fifteen minutes. (True)
3. Playing outdoor games does not keep our body healthy. (False)
4. We should cover our face while sleeping. (False)
5. Always sit and stand straight and walk upright. (True)

Match the following :

1. sleep only through nose (5)
2. exercise makes us healthy and strong (2)
3. walk up right (3)
4. playing is full fun (4)
5. breathe rest (1)

Ls. 8 – Good Habits

New words :

healthy, happy, waste, sneezing, coughing, yawning, kerchief, flushing, surroundings.

Questions and answers:

1. Name two good eating habits.
A. 1. Eat on time.
2. Chew well with your mouth closed.

2. What should you do while coughing and yawning?
A. While coughing and yawning we must cover our mouth with a hand kerchief.

3. Write two things you should do in keeping the house clean.
A. 1. We should not spit on the floor.
2. We must throw waste papers in the dust bin.

4. Write one good habit to keep your class room clean.
A. 1. We should not write on the table, benches, walls and floor in our class room.

Fill in the blanks : (Reader Pg. 124)

Do not waste food.
Turn off the tap after use.
Do not bite your nails.
We should not write on the walls.
Use a dustbin to throw waste papers.

True or False :

1. Wash your hands before eating. (True)
2. Throw waste papers in the dustbin. (True)
3. Do not turn off the tap after use. (False)
4. Switch off the lights and fans when you leave the room. (True)
5. We should keep our house and surroundings dirty. (False)

Match the following :

1. nails dust bin (2)
2. waste papers nail cutter (1)
3. good habits flushing (5)
4. sneezing healthy (3)
5. toilet hand kerchief (4)

Ls. 9 – Safety Habits

New words :

footpath, zebra crossing, vehicle, signal, queue, lean, spit, knives, blades, staircase, electric, iodine, burnol, bandage.

Questions and answers:

1. Where should we cross the road?
A. We should cross the road only at a zebra crossing.

2. Why should we not tease animals?
A. We should not tease animals because they may bite us.

3. When should we board a bus?
A. We should board a bus when it stops.

4. What is First – Aid?
A. First - Aid is the treatment given to the injured before the doctor comes.

Fill in the blanks : (Reader Pg. 130)

Do not play with fire.
Always walk on the footpath.
Do not run on the road.
Cross the road at a zebra crossing.
Do not board a moving bus.

True or False :

1. If there is no foot path, walk on the right side of the road. (True)
2. Amber light says go. (False)
3. Do not lean out of the window of a bus. (True)
4. We should play with sharp objects, fire or electrical gadgets. (False)
5. Do not play with electrical things. (True)

Match the following :

1. walk on stop (3)
2. cross the road sharp objects (4)
3. red says the traffic signals (5)
4. do not play with at zebra crossing (2)
5. follow foot path (1)

Ls. 10 – Keeping Clean

New words :

healthy, shampoo, towel, nails, nail-cutter, rinse, tongue.

Questions and answers:

1. What should we do to clean our body?
A. We should take bath to clean our body.

2. When should we brush our teeth?
A. We should brush our teeth in the morning and at night.

3. What should we use to cut our nails?
A. We should use a nail-cutter to cut our nails.

4. How should we keep our hands clean?
A. We should wash our hands with soap to keep them clean.

Fill in the blanks : (reader Pg. 135)

We must use a clean towel to dry the body.
We must wash our hair with soap or shampoo.
We must brush our teeth every morning and at night.
We must not rub our eyes.
We must use a wet towel to clean the ears.
We must cut our nails often and keep them clean.

True or False :

1. We must clean our eyes, ears and nose daily. (True)
2. We should not bathe every day. (False)
3. We should oil our hair once in a while. (True)
4. We should use our own tooth brush. (True)
5. Dust makes our body healthy. (False)

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Term – III Science

Ls. 11 AIR
New words :
balloon, observe, happens, occupies, space, weight, experiment, flames, gliders.

Questions and answers :

1. Can we feel air?
A. Yes, we can feel air.

2. What happens when you cover a burning candle with a tumbler?
A. When we cover a burning candle with a tumbler, it goes off after a while.

3. What is wind?
A. Moving air is called wind.

4. Write two uses of air.
A. 1) Living things need air to breathe.
2) Air is needed for burning.

5. State three properties of air.
A. The three properties of air are :-
1) Air occupies space.
2) Air has weight.
3) Air exerts pressure.

Fill in the blanks (Refer Reader Pg. No. 91)

True or False :

1. Plants need air to live. (True)
2. We can feel air when it moves. (True)
3. We cannot remain without air for long. (True)
4. An air filled balloon becomes big because air has weight. (False)

Ls. 12 WATER

New words :
lakes, rivers, fresh, dries, prawns, dies, thirsty, fire.

Questions and answers :

1. Write three uses of water.
A. Cooking, bathing and drinking are the three uses of water.

2. Name two water animals.
A. Fish and prawns are the two water animals.

3. What do you do when you are thirsty?
A. I drink water when I am thirsty.

Fill in the blanks (Refer Reader Pg. 93 & 94)

True or False :
1. Plants do not need water to live. (False)
2. Fish lives on land. (False)
3. We use water to put off fire. (True)
4. We get fresh water from rain. (True)

New words:
brightly, protect, severe, uproot trees, thatched roof, weather, shines, cloudy, woollen, speed.

Questions and answers :

1. What kind of weather do we have in summer?
A. We have a very hot weather in summer.

2. When do we wear woollen clothes?
A. We wear woollen clothes during winter.

3. What do we use on a rainy day?
A. We use a raincoat, an umbrella and gum boots on a rainy day.

Fill in the blanks (Given on Pg. No. 97)

Choose the correct answer :

1. The sun shines brightly on a _______________ day. (b)
(a) cloudy (b) hot (c) windy
2. We wear _______________ clothes in summer. (c)
(a) woollen (b) silk (c) cotton

3. We use _____________ on a rainy day. (c)
(a) umbrella (b) gum boots (c) both

4. It is very hot in ___________ season. (a)
(a) summer (b) winter (c) rainy

Match the following :

1. summer depends on sun, rain and wind(4)
2. rainy season cloudy days (2)
3. winter woollen clothes (3)
4. weather cotton clothes (1)

Draw, colour and label things used on hot, cold and rainy day.

Ls. No. 14 The Sun, The Moon and The Stars

New words:
round, pale, brightly, directly, count, night, east, light.

Questions and answers :
1. Where does the sun rise?
A. The sun rises in the east.

2. Where does the sun set?
A. The sun sets in the west.

3. What does the sun give us?
A. The sun gives us heat and light.

4. What do we see in the sky at night?
A. We see the moon and the stars in the sky at night.

5. What is a full moon day?
a. When the moon is a perfect shining ball, we call it a full moon day.

Fill in the blanks : (Refer Reader Pg. No. 102)

True or False :
1. The sun is a hot ball of fire. (True)
2. Stars shine brightly because they have light of their own. (True)
3. We can see the moon on a new moon day. (False)

Match the following :
1. the sun rises is full and bright (4)
2. the moon in the east (1)
3. the sun are seen mostly at night (5)
4. full moon appears only at day time (3)
5. the stars has different shapes on different night (2)

Draw, colour and label the things which we see in the sky.

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TERM – 1

Ls. No. 1 – At the park

New words:
(1) park (2) going (3) see-saw (4) playing
(5) watching (6) pond (7) flowers (8) sitting
(9) branch (10) fruit

(1) watching = seeing
(2) pond = small area of water

Questions and answers :

1. Where is Mohan going?
A. Mohan is going to the park.

2. Who is going with a dog?
A. Seema is going with a dog.

3. Where is the parrot sitting?
A. The parrot is sitting on a branch.

4. Where are the ducks?
A. The ducks are in the pond.

Fill in the blanks with ‘This’ or ‘That’: Pg. No. 6

1. This is a doll.
2. That is a balloon.
3. That is a cat.
4. This is a tree.


Present Tense Past Tense

eat - ate
see - saw
sit - sat
buy - bought
take - took
have - had
go - went
ring - rang


1. big X small
2. go X come

Make eight sentences from this table: Reader Pg. No. 6 (can be given as HW)

1. This is a park.
2. This is a dog.
3. This is a see-saw.
4. This is a swing.
5. That is a park.
6. That is a dog.
7. That is a see-saw.
8. That is a swing.


There are 26 letters in the English alphabet. Out of which 5 are vowels and
21 are consonants.

Naming Words – Nouns:

Naming words are names of a person, place, animal or thing.
Ex. Ram, King, Hyderabad, Hospital, Elephant, Mouse, Kite, Pencil.

Make sentences :

1. park 2. flower 3. pond

Ls. No. 2 - Animals and Birds

New Words :
(1) camel (2) tiger (3) ostrich (4) sparrows
(5) pigeon (6) parrot (7) peacock (8) crane

Questions and answers :

1. Is this a lock?
A. Yes, it is a lock.

2. Are those apples?
A. Yes, those are apples.

3. Is that a cake?
A. Yes, it is a cake.

4. Are these pots?
A. Yes, these are pots.

Write the following as shown in the examples : Pg. No. 9

1. This is a table. These are tables.
2. This is an egg. These are eggs.
3. This is a box. These are boxes.
4. This is a bench. These are benches.
5. That is a tree. Those are trees.
6. That is a bus. Those are buses.
7. That is a horse. Those are horses.
8. That is a cow. Those are cows.

Fill in the blanks : Pg No. 9

1. Is this a pen? Yes, it is a pen.
2. Are these roses? Yes, these are roses.
3. Is this a rope? No, this is not a rope. This is a snake.
4. Is that a tiger? No, that is not a tiger. That is a cat.

Draw lines to match the words in the columns ; Pg. No. 10

Car Cakes
Pot Pins
Apple Pots
Cake Apples
Pin Cars

One and more than one

Writing plurals using ‘s’, ‘es’, ‘ies’. Exercises given on pg. Nos. 39 –44.
Page. 43 & 44.

Write down “more than one” using ‘s’ for words in I, ‘es’ in II, ‘ies’ in III and ‘ves’ in IV. When a noun is more than one we add ‘s’.
1. apple apples
2. tiger tigers
3. insect insects
4. king kings
5. jug jugs
II Words ending with ‘s’ , ‘ss’ , ‘ch’ , ‘o’ and ’sh’ we add ‘es’ to make them plural.
For e.g – bus – buses, bush – bushes,
1. class classes
2. glass glasses
3. church churches
4. mango mangoes
5. branch branches

III When a noun is ending with ‘y’ we add ‘ies’.
1. pony ponies
2. family families
3. lady ladies
4. fly flies
5. puppy puppies

1. wife wives
2. life lives
3. loaf loaves
4. leaf leaves
5. thief thieves

Write down “one” for the following ‘more than one’ (Page. 44)

1. eyes eye
2. faces face
3. news papers news paper
4. keys key
5. rings ring
6. bushes bush
7. boxes box
8. tomatoes tomato
9. heroes hero
10. buses bus
11. babies baby
12. cities city
13. countries country
14. libraries library
15. parties party
16. calves calf
17. knives knife
18. shelves shelf
19. wolves wolf
20. halves half
Make Sentences:
1. animal 2. tiger 3. bird

Ls. 3. My people

New words :

(1) police (2) station (3) friend (4) doctor
(5) hospital (6) teacher (7) school (8) driver
(9) work (10) principal

Meanings :

(2) hospital = a place where sick people are treated
(3) school = a place where children go to study

Questions and answers :

1. What is Mr. Rajesh?
A. Mr. Rajesh is a policeman.

2. What is Mr. Srinivas?
A. Mr. Srinivas is a doctor.

3. Where does Ravi work?
A. Ravi works in a school.

4. Who is Mrs. Nirmala?
A. Mrs. Nirmala is Rajesh’s aunt.

5. What does Mr. Ali do?
A. Mr. Ali drives Rajesh’s car.

Fill in the blanks : (Pg. NO. 12)
1. I am Ravi. He is Ravi.
2. I am a driver. He is a driver.
3. I am a teacher. She is a teacher.

VI Opposite words :
(1) in X out
(2) up X down
Genders :
Feminine Masculine
(1) sister brother
(2) aunt uncle
(3) woman man

VI Match the words in the two columns : pg 13

1. policemen hospital
2. teacher car
3. driver policestation
4. doctor school

VII Say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ : (Pg. 13)
1. Rajesh is a doctor. (No)
2. Rani works in a school. (Yes)
3. Ali is a principal. (No)
4. Nirmala is Rajesh’s aunt. (Yes)
5. Srinivas is a driver. (No)

IX Make sentences :

1. friend 2. school 3. hospital


Reader Ex. pg. 50, 51.

Write the correct answer in the space given below. [Pg. 50]

1. (A / An) ass an ass
2. (A / An) engine an engine
3. (A / An) aunt an aunt
4. (A / An) hospital a hospital
5. (A / An) ox an ox
6. (A / An) egg an egg
7. (A / An) apple an apple
8. (A / An) eye an eye
9. (A / An) iron an iron
10. (A / An) year an year
11. (A / An) ear an ear
12. (A / An) monkey a monkey
13. (A / An) orange an orange
14. (A / An) well a well
15. (A / An) house a house
16. (A / An) elbow an elbow
17. (A / An) honest man an honest man
18. (A / An) unit a unit
19. (A / An) bottle a bottle
20. (A / An) animal an animal

Fill in the blanks with ‘a’, ‘an’. [Pg. 51]

1. A rogue and an honest man.
2. A morning and an evening.
3. An apple and an orange.
4. A banana and a mango.
5. An egg and a chick.
6. A chair and a table.
7. A crow and an owl.
8. A bird and an insect.
9. An umbrella and a raincoat.
10. An hour and a minute.
11. An eye and an ear.
12. A boy and a girl.
13. A chilly and an onion.
14. An ant and a grasshopper.
15. An uncle and an aunt.

Make Sentences :

1. shop 2. biscuit 3. pencil

Ls. 7 – Lunch hour

New words :

(1) lunch (2) ground (3) hour (4) brother
(5) eating (6) drinking (7) playing (8) running
(9) going (10) throwing (11) dancing (12) watching

Questions and answers :

1. What is Geeta doing?
A. Geeta is eating her food.

2. Who is Hari?
A. Hari is Geeta’s brother.

3. What is Anil doing?
A. Anil is running.

4. What is Kamal doing?
A. Kamal is running for the ball.

Add – ing to these words : (Pg. 23)

1. jump – jumping
2. walk – walking
3. fly – flying
4. wash – washing
5. stand – standing
6. clean – cleaning
7. read – reading
8. laugh – laughing
9. drink – drinking
10. cry - crying

Fill in the blanks (verb + ing) : Pg. 24
(can be given as HW)

Ramya is eating.
Samuel is reading.
Kasim is laughing.
I am flying.
You are singing.
She is walking.
He is crying.
They are playing.

Repeat the following : (Pg. 24)


Doing words (Action words) Reader Ex. Pg No. 47, 48.

1. cook cooks is cooking
2. clean cleans is cleaning
3. cry cries is crying
4. drink drinks is drinking
5. eat eats is eating
6. laugh laughs is laughing
7. open opens is opening
8. ride rides is riding
9. run runs is running
10. sit sits is sitting
11. sleep sleeps is sleeping
12. study studies is studying
13. play plays is playing
14. talk talks is talking
15. teach teaches is teaching
16. walk walks is walking
17. wash washes is washing
18. work works is working

Match the following :

1. dogs swim (4)
2. birds grow (5)
3. lions hear (7)
4. fishes fly (2)
5. plants bark (1)
6. eyes touch (8)
7. ears twinkle (9)
8. hands sail (10)
9. stars roar (3)
10. ships see (6)

Own sentences :
1. ground 2. lunch 3. class

Rhyming words :

1. tin – pin 2. look – took
3. not – pot 4. take – make

DELETED LESSONS - 4, 5 and 6

* * *
My self
1) My name is ______________________
2) I am five years old.
3) My father’s name is Mr.__________________. He is a _______________.
4) My mother’s name is Mrs.__________________. She is a _____________.
5) I am studying in Class I.
6) The name of my school is Slate – The School.

My school
1) The name of my school is Slate – The School.
2) It is at Abids.
3) It has classes from Nursery to Tenth.
4) It is a big school.
5) I like my school very much.


Question and answers:-
1. What is this?
A. This is a book.
2. What is it made up of?
A. It is made up of papers.
3. Which book is this?
A. This is an English book.
4. What do we do with this?
A. We read and write in this.
5. How should we keep the book?
A. We should keep the book neat and should not tear the papers.

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Ls. 8 A fly forgot her name

New words :
1. forgot 2. woman 3.remember 4. stable 5.granny.

1. stable – a place where horses are kept
2. forgot – unable to remember

Questions and answers:
1. What happened to the fly once?
A. The fly forgot her name once.

2. Where did she go first to know her name?
A. She went to an old woman first.

3. What did the old woman say?
A. The old woman said that she was too old to remember and asked the fly to go and ask her son.

4. What did the horse say?
A. The horse said that he had to go and asked the fly to go and ask his son.

5. Who told the fly her name at last?
A. The pony told the fly her name at last.

Answers for write the other form: (Page no. 7)

1) go - went
2) tell - told
3) ask - asked
4) say - said
5) wash - washed
6) play - played

Reader exercise [Pg. 7, 8]
Pg. 8- can be given as H.W.
Follow the micro plan.

Complete the following with words used instead of names: [Pg.24]

1) It is big.
2) She is here.
3) They are playing.
4) He is waiting.
5) We can sing.


1. old X young
2. busy X idle
3. happy X sad
4. come X go

Make sentences :

1. name 2. old 3. fly 4. horse

Fill in the blanks with ‘This’ or ‘That’ : (Page no. 27)

1) This is a hat.
2) That is a pen.
3) This is a book.
4) That is a plate.
5) This is a ball.
6) That is a fish.

Pg. 29 & 30 :

1) This is a bus. – These are buses.
2) This is an egg. – These are eggs.
3) This is a watch. – These are watches.
4) This is a chair. – These are chairs.
5) This is a lock. – These are locks.

Pg. 31, 32, 33 :

1) This is a frock. – These are frocks.
2) This is a bell. – These are bells.
3) That is a chair. – Those are chairs.
4) That is a stapler. – Those are staplers.
5) That is a clip. – Those are clips.
6) That is a cell phone. – Those are cell phones.
7) That is an umbrella. – Those are umbrellas.

Ls. 10 The clever crow

New words :
1) thirsty 2) drank 3) near 4) dropped 5) pebbles
6) fill 7) clever 8) water 9) reach 10)pick 11) found

Meanings :
1) bottom – the lowest part of something
2) dry - free from wetness
3) thirsty - feeling to drink water
4) pebbles- small stones

Questions and answers :

1. What was the crow looking for?
A. The crow was looking for water.

2. Where did the crow find the water pot?
A. The crow found the water pot near a tree.

3. What did the crow find in the pot?
A. The crow found a little water in the pot.

4. How did the water in the pot came up?
A. The crow picked up some pebbles and dropped them in to the pot one by one. So, the water in the pot came up.

5. Was the crow clever?
A. Yes, the crow was clever.

Reader Exercise [Pg. 13]

Write the other form. :

1) see - saw
2) fly - flew
3) think - thought
4) drink - drank
5) find - found

Grammar: Follow the Micro plan.

Make sentences :

1. water 2. pot 3. dry 4. pebble

L: 11 Appu the elephant

New words:

1) playful 2) trunk 3) lift 4) course 5) hungry 6)branch 7) different 8) shower 9) flap 10)load
11) because


1) pick - to choose something

2) trunk - long nose of an elephant

3) flap - move from side to side

Questions and answers :

1. How is Appu different from other animals?
A. Appu is different from other animals because of his trunk.

2. What is the use of a trunk for an elephant?
A. The elephant uses its trunk to put food into his mouth.

3. How does Appu use his ears?
A. Appu uses his ears as fans.

4. What does Appu eat when he is hungry?
A. Appu eats twigs, roots, the branches of trees and lots of leaves.

Reader exercises Pg. 17 can be given as H .W.

Grammar - follow the micro plan Pg. 34-37

Make sentences :
1. elephant 2. circus 3. pick 4. trunk

Grammar : (Pg. 34)

1) This is a book. – These are books.
2) This is a tree. – These are trees.
3) This is a flower. – These are flowers.
4) This is a class. – These are classes.
5) This is a room. – These are rooms.
6) This is a road. – These are roads.
7) That is a pen. – Those are pens.
8) That is a story. – Those are stories.
9) That is a board. – Those are boards.
10) That is a dog. – Those are dogs.
11) That is a ball. – Those are balls.
12) That is a clock. – Those are clocks.

Rewrite the following sentences :

1) These are apples. – This is an apple.
2) These are balls. – This is a ball.
3) These are birds. – This is a bird.
4) These are benches. – This is a bench.
5) These are cats. – This is a cat.
6) Those are kites. – That is a kite.
7) Those are toys. – That is a toy.
8) Those are buildings. – That is a building.
9) Those are watches. – That is a watch.
10) Those are islands. – That is an island.

Fill in the blanks with ‘those’ or ‘that’ as needed : (Page no. 35)

1) That is a tree.
2) Those are trees.
3) That is a bench.
4) These are benches.
5) That is a book.
6) Those are books.
7) That is a pen.
8) Those are pens.

Fill in the blanks with the right word : (pg. 37)

1) Ramu is at home.
2) Schools are closed today.
3) I am your friend.
4) He is a doctor.
5) They are young.
6) You have many books.
7) She has a doll.
8) They have a computer.
9) John has a car.
10) I have money.
11) The players are ready.
12) The clothes are dirty.
13) The train is late.
14) Meena and Reema are good friends.
15) I am crossing the road.
16) Your dress is beautiful.
17) The window is open.
18) Parents are our first teachers.
19) I am not going away.
20) I have headache.
Grammar : (Pg. 39)

Complete the following table by making as many combinations as possible :

1) a big house
2) a small flag
3) a fat man
4) a green tree
5) a nice boy
6) a small house
7) a big tree
8) a fat boy
9) a nice man
10) a green flag

Match the following : (Pg. No. 41)

1) Hot Dry
2) Slow Thin
3) Wet Cold
4) Thick Last
5) First Fast

1) Big Bad
2) Tall Down
3) Old Wrong
4) Good Weak
5) Right Short
6) Strong Small
7) Up New


* * *

Questions and answers:-
1. How many children can you see in the picture?
A. Five children.

2. Which animal can you see under the table?
A. Cat.

3. How many candles can you see on the cake?
A. Six candles.

4. Where is the cake?
A. On the table.

5. Who is holding the knife?
A. The boy.


1) Lotus is our national flower .
2) It grows in ponds and in the muddy water.
3) It is pink and white in colour.
4) Lotus plant has round and waxy leaves.
5) Some people eat its stem.

1) November, December, January and February are cold months.
2) We call it as winter season.
3) During these months days are shorter and nights are longer.
4) We wear woollen clothes in winter.
5) We like to eat or drink hot things.

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TERM – 3

Ls. No. 13 – A visit to the Farm

New words :
1.around 3.sowing 4.field 5.beautiful 6.ripe 7.hungry 8.return 9.excited 10.plough 11.tomatoes 12.beans 13.carrots

Meaning :
1. excited – happy
2. lunch – a meal eaten in the middle of the day

Questions and answers :

1. Where did Hari and Sita go for a picnic?
A. Hari and Sita went to a farm for a picnic.

2. What was Ramesh doing on the farm?
A. Ramesh was ploughing the fields and sowing the seeds.

3. What did the children see around the pond?
A. The children saw tomatoes, beans and carrots around the pond.

4. What did the children have for their lunch?
A. Children had some tomatoes and a jug of fresh milk for their lunch.

Reader Exercise (Pg. 7]

Use the correct word :

1.Ramu draws water from the well.
3. The children had snacks for lunch.
4. Uncle Ramesh grows tomatoes, beans and carrots.
4.They spread a mat under the tree.
5.Uncle Ramesh showed them the wheat fields.

Complete these sentences with words from the list: Pg. 7

1. A person who ploughs the land is a farmer.
2. A person who teaches is a teacher.
3. A person who cuts hair is a barber.
4. A person who makes shoes is a cobbler.
5. A person who bakes bread and cakes is a baker.
6. A person who stitches clothes is a tailor.

Make sentences :
1. picnic 2. milk 3. sunday 4. snack

Ls. 14 At the Zoo

New words :
1. roar
2. ostrich
3. bumpy
4. board
5. strange
6. return
7. shell
8. sharp
9. mistake
10. afraid

Questions and answers :

1. Where did Pinky and Tinku go with their mummy and daddy?
A. Pinky and Tinku went to the zoo with their mummy and daddy.

2. What did the lion do?
A. The lion roared.

3. Name the big bird they saw at the zoo.
A. The big bird which they saw at the zoo was an Ostrich.

4. What was the peacock doing?
A. The peacock was dancing in the zoo.

5. Which animal has a high neck?
A. Giraffe has a high neck.

6. Which animal did Tinku mistake for a cat?
A. The animal which Tinku mistook for a cat was a cheetah.

7. Name the other animals that Pinky and Tinku saw at the zoo?
A. The other animals that Pinky and Tinku saw at the zoo were tiger,
hippo, crocodile and monkeys.

Reader Exercise [ pg. 10]

Fill in the blanks :

1. The tortoise has a hard shell.
2. The crocodile has sharp teeth.
3. An ostrich has long legs.

Add ‘ed’ to these words :Pg 10

1. roar + ed = roared
2. look + ed = looked
3. shout + ed = shouted
4. touch + ed = touched

Make sentences :

1. zoo 2. afraid 3. cage 4. teeth

Ls. 15 Frogs at School

Meanings :

1) vest = a sleeveless garment
2) rushy = flow strongly
3) beside = at the side of

Reader Page No 12:
1.froggy – froggies
2.mummy – mummies
3.tummy – tummies
4.puppy – puppies
5.pony – ponies – babies – flies
8.story – stories

Ls. 16 The Foolish Rabbit

New words:-

1. vast 6. nonsense
2. trembling 7. careful
3. foolish 8. roared
4. palace 9. brave
5. disturb 10. matter

Meanings :

1. foolish – silly
2. tremble – to shake slightly

Questions and answers :

1. What happened when the rabbit was taking rest in the shade of a tree?
A. A small nut fell on her head from a tree when the rabbit was taking rest.

2. What did the monkey hear the rabbit say?
A. The monkey heard the rabbit saying that the sky was falling down.

3. Who all followed the rabbit to the king’s palace?
A. The monkey, the deer, the fox and the elephant followed the rabbit
to the king’s palace.

4. Who offered to take them to the king’s palace?
A. The fox offered to take them to the king’s palace.

5. What did the king say when he was shown a piece of nut?
A. The king saw the nut and said it was only a nut and to be careful.

Reader Exercise Pg. 15

Opposites :

1. careful x careless
2. cry x laugh
3. right x wrong
4. far x near
5. small x big

Make sentences :

1. foolish 2. sky 3. vast 4. roar

Ls. 18 - If the Clocks stop

New words :
1.spring 2.winter 3.autumn 4.bang 5.clock 7.wake
8.prayer 9.time 10.early

Meanings :

1. busy – having a lot to do
2. lazy – lack of effort

Questions and answers :

1. What was Mr. Timeset’s work?
A. Mr. Timeset’s work was to set the time.

2. What was the prayer of the people to God?
A. The people prayed to God to remove Mr. Timeset from his job.

3. What did the children do then?
A. The children played on Mondays and Tuesdays and they went to school on Sundays.

4. What was the best thing that happened in the end?
A. The best thing that happened, in the end was everything was kept
in order.

Rhyming words :

1. rang – bang
2. early – curly
3. man – van
4. clock – block
5. town – gown
6. sing – ring
7. rest – best
8. came – game
9. noon – moon
10. cry - try

Make Sentences :

1. busy 2. time 3. lazy 4. morning


Complete the following : Pg. No. 28 :

1. Dinner is (on / in) the table.
2. She is standing (at / on) the window.
3. There is water (under / at) the ground.
4. Your shoes are (under / in) your chair.
5. There is some oil (in / on) the jar.
6. The clock is (on / at) the wall.
7. The flowers are (on / in) the vase.
8. The train went (on / in) the bridge.
9. The fruits are (in / under) the basket.
10. He put the basket (under / in) his arm.
11. I have a dog (in / at) my house.
12. The boy sat (on / in) the bench.

Make as many combinations as possible :

1. in the bank 5. in the shelf
2. at the office 6. on the cot
3. on the bridge 7. under the bridge
4. under the cot 8. in the office

Page No. 30

Complete the following using and, but, or :

1. The sky is blue but the grass is green.
2. Jack fell down and broke his crown.
3. You can use a pen or a pencil.
4. I like dogs but not cats.
5. The shirt is in the cupboard but not on the shelf.

Write 5 pairs of words joining them with ‘and’ :

1. bread and butter.
2. knife and fork.
3. big and small.
4. needle and thread.
5. day and night.

Page No. 30
Write 5 pairs of words joining them with ‘but’ :

1. poor but happy.
2. rich but sad.
3. strict but good.
4. thin but healthy
5. intelligent but lazy.

Write 5 pairs of words joining them with ‘or’ :

1. black or white
2. tall or short
3. butter or jam
4. fruits or vegetables
5. garden or home

Page No. 32 :

Choose the correct answers :

1. Why are you silent?
2. When does the sun rise?
3. What do you want?
4. What are you doing?
5. Why do you like English?
6. How are you?
7. What are your plans for holidays?
8. Where is your school bag?
9. When are you leaving for Delhi?

Page No. 35 :

1. What happens in summer?
A. All the lakes and ponds dry up in summer.

2. What did the crow see?
A. The crow saw a pot of water.

3. What did the crow do when it could not reach the water?
A. The crow collected small clean stones and dropped them in the pot.

Page No. 39 :

1. This is a vegetable market.
2. Vendors are selling vegetables.
3. It is a big market.
4. We can get all types of vegetables.
5. People go there to buy the vegetables.

Page No. 41 :

1. 1) This is a television. 2) We can see different programmes on television like News, Sports, Movies etc. 3) I like to watch cartoons. 4) But we should not watch T. V. for a long time and should not sit close to it.

2. 1) This is a joint family. 2) It consists of grand parents, parents, uncles, aunts and cousins. 3) They love each other 4) They live happily together.

3. 1) This is a pet dog. 2) I call him Tommy. 3) He is brown in colour. 4) I love him very much.

Page No. 42 :

1. begin – beginning
2. shop – shopping
3. city – cities
4. knife – knives
5. tomato – tomatoes
6. child – children
7. foot – feet
8. shelf – shelves
9. mouse – mice
10. woman – women
11. lady – ladies
12. deer – deer
13. box – boxes
14. run – running
15. family – families
16. country – countries
17. cry – crying
18. sit – sitting
19. wash – washing
20. nurse – nurses

DELETED LESSONS :- 17,19 & 20

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1) This is a television.
2) We can see different programmes on television like news, sports, movies etc.
3) I like to watch cartoons.
4) But we should not watch T. V. for a long time and should not sit near it.

1) An elephant is the largest land animal.
2) It has four pillar like legs ,two fan like ears and a long trunk.
3) It uses its trunk to put the food into its mouth.
4) It has two white tusks.
5) It has a short tail.

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Ls: 1 Our food (Deleted)


Day 1:
New words:
animals, human beings, drinking, cooking, bathing, cleaning, source

Questions and answers:-

1.How is water useful?
A. Water is useful for drinking, cooking, bathing, washing, cleaning and growing crops.

2. What is the main source of water?
A. Rain is the main source of water.

Fill in the blanks:
1. Dirty water causes diseases and makes us sick.
2. We should not waste water.
3. Water is an important need.
4. The main source of water is rain.

Day 2:
New words:
collect, diseases, stored, vessels, healthy, filtered

Questions and answers:-
3.What type of water is good for health?
A. Boiled and filtered water is good for health.

Fill in the blanks:
5. Dirty water contains dust particles and germs.
6. Water should be filtered, if it is impure.

Match the following
1. All living things need – good for health (2)
2. Filtered water is – in cleaned vessels (4)
3. Water is used for – water (1)
4. We should store water – cooking, drinking, etc (3)
5. We should not – waste water (5)

Uses of water
Cleaning Drinking


WATERGrowing crops Bathing



Day 1:

New words:
clothes, rainy, knitting, protect, cotton, sweaters, smart, spinning, summer, weaving, winter, woollen

Questions and answers:

1. Why do we wear clothes?
A. We wear clothes to cover our body and to protect us from heat, cold and rain.

2. What type of clothes do we wear in winter?
A. We wear woollen clothes in winter.

3. What do we use in rainy season?
A. We use raincoats, umbrellas and gum boots in rainy season.

Day 2:
New words:
uniforms, rubber, special

Questions and answers:
4. From where do we get cotton, silk and wool?
A. We get cotton from cotton plant, silk from silkworms and wool from sheep.

5. How do the people of our country dress ?
A. People dress differently in different parts of our country. Eg-Punjab – salwar kurta

Underline the correct word:

1. On rainy days we wear raincoats/sweaters.
2. Woollen clothes keep us cool/warm.

Fill in the blanks:

1. Doctors, soldiers, nurses wear special dress called uniform.
2. We wear colourful clothes on weddings and festivals.
(Refer reader pg 175 for the remaining)

Day 3 :
Match the following:
1. Clothes make us look uniform (2)
2. School children nice and smart(1)
(Refer reader Pg: 175 for the remaining.)


Day 1:
New words:
1. neighbours 7. Diwali
2. neighbourhood 8. Christmas
3. parents 9. picnic
4. families 10.respect
5. celebrate 11.friendly
6. festivals 12. maintain
13. nearby

Questions and answers:
1. Who are neighbours?
A. People who live next to or nearby our house are called neighbours.

2. What makes a neighbourhood?
A. The neighbouring families living nearby or next to our house make a neighbourhood.

Day 2:

3. When do the children of neighbourhood have fun?
A. The children of neighbourhood have fun when they celebrate festivals together (like Holi, Id, Christmas, etc) and go on picnics.

4. In what way do you help your neighbours ?
A. We help our neighbours when they are in need.

True or False: (Pg 178)
1. We should not fight with each other. (True)
2. We should celebrate festivals with our neighbours.(True)
3. We should not help the old in our neighbourhood.(False)
4. We should keep our neighbourhood neat and clean. (True)

L5- Our School


Day 1:
New words:
1. neighbourhood
2. Pre-Primary
3. Kindergarten
4. Nursery
5. Secondary

Questions and answers:
1. Who goes to a Pre-Primary School?
A. Children below 5 years go to a Pre-Primary School.

2. What do children learn in a Primary School?
A. Children learn to read, write and learn good manners in a Primary School.

Day 2:
New words:
6. languages
7. Mathematics
8. Geography
9. History
10. children

Questions and answers:
3. Is your school a Primary school or a Secondary School?
A. Our school is a Primary School.

Fill in the blanks: (Pg 181)
1. Children learn to play and sing in a Nursery School.
2. Different subjects are taught in a High School.
3. For children school is like a second home.

Map pointing – 1

Point out the following on the India outline map:

I. Boundaries of India
1. North - Himalayas
2. South - Indian ocean
3. East - Bay of Bengal
4. West - Arabian sea

II. Neighbouring countries
1.Pakistan 2. Nepal 3. China 4. Myanmar
5. Bangladesh 6. Sri Lanka

Point out 5 states with their capital cities on India political map:
State Capital
1. Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar
2. Tamil Nadu Chennai
3. Andhra Pradesh Hyderabad
4. West Bengal Kolkata
5. Gujarath Gandhinagar

Practice and use three magical words:
v Thank you
v Sorry
v Please

Sub: Social Studies Class II Term II


Day 1:

New words:
post office, neighbourhood, stamps, envelopes, post cards, parcels

Questions and answers:

1) What do we buy from a post office?
A) We buy stamps, envelopes, post cards and money order forms from the post office.

2) What can we send through a post office?
A) We can send letters, parcels and money through a post office.

Day 2:

Fill in the blanks: (Refer reader)

1) The letter boxes are painted in either red, green or blue.
2) The postman collects letters from the post box.
3) Telegraph office works day and night.
4) We can deposit money with the post office savings bank.

Choose the correct word:(c/w)

1) The letters reach quickly through_________ (c)
a) books b) telegram c) speed post
2) We buy stamps, envelopes and postcards from_______ (a)
a) post office b) hospital c) bank
3) We can send ________ through telegraph office. (a)
a) telegram b) letters c) parcel
4) The ________ separates the letter (b)
a) post man b)sorter c) doctor
5) _________ has a savings bank. (c)
a) Bank b) School c) Post office

(Refer reader pg 136 for the remaining)

Day 3:

New words:
speed post, quickly, telegraph, greetings, message.

Question and answers:

3) Who delivers letters, parcels and money orders at our house?
A) Postman delivers letters, parcels and money orders at our house.

Fill in the blanks: (Refer reader)
1) The letters reaches quickly through speed post.
2) A telegram takes our messages very quickly.
3) The postman delivers letters, parcels and money orders.
4) Telegraph office works day and night.

Day 4 :

New words:
throughout, savings bank, deposit, postal service.

Questions and answers:
4) Where can we deposit our money?
A) We can deposit our money in the post office savings bank.

From the underlined letters given below make a word which is the name of a community helper who works in the post office.



Activity: Draw an envelope and a post card.


Day 1:

New words:
police station, policemen, property, robbers, thieves, streets, prevent, accidents.

Questions and answers:
1) Who works in a police station?
A) Policemen and police women work in a police station.

2) What are the duties of a policeman?
A) Policeman maintains law and order. He also regulates traffic.

Day 2:
New words:
fire station, brigade, engine, fire-hoses, ladders, helmet, protect, hospital, patient, treatment, nurses, examine, prescribe

Questions and answers:
3) What do the firemen do?
A) The firemen throw water through the hose pipe. They climb tall buildings with the help of ladders to put off fire.

Day 3:
4) Who treats the sick in a hospital ?
A. The doctor treats the sick in a hospital.

Fill in the blanks:
1. The policeman maintains peace in our neighbourhood.
2. The fire brigade saves our life and property.
3. The nurses look after the patients day and night in the hospital.
4. The government hospital gives free treatment to the patients.
(Refer reader for remaining)

Day 4 :
Match the following:
1) Doctor catches robbers and thieves (2)
2) Policeman delivers letters for us (4)
3) Fire brigade looks after sick people (5)
4) Postman puts off fire with ladders and fire hoses (3)
5) Nurses treats patients in the hospital (1)


1) Write the names of any 5 big hospitals in our neighbourhood.
Government Hospitals:
1. Osmania General Hospital
2. Gandhi Hospital
Private Hospitals:
1. Apollo Hospital
2. Care Hospital
3. Medwin Hospital

Ls. 8 Means of Transport

Day 1:
New words:
travel, invented, wheel, carriages, bullock carts.

Questions and answers:

1) What were the means of transport long ago?
A) Long ago early man used to travel on foot. Later, he tamed the animals and learnt to ride on them.

2) How has the wheel helped man?
A) The wheel helped the man to travel faster.

3) What are modern means of transport?
A. Cars, buses, trains and aeroplanes are a few modern means of transport.

Day 2:
New words:
transport, bicycles, tongas, rickshaws, scooters, aeroplanes, journey.

Questions and answers:
3) What are the modern means of transport?
A) Cars, trains, buses and aeroplanes are a few modern means of transport.

Fill in the blanks: (Refer pg no. 143 of reader for the remaining.)
1) Aeroplane is the fastest means of transport.
2) Aeroplanes can fly over seas and mountains.
3) Bullock carts are used in villages even today to travel.

Day 3:
New words:
train, rails, Kolkata, deserts, camels, elephants, mules, ponies.

Questions and answers:
4) How can we transport goods?
A) We can transport goods through trucks, goods train, ships, etc.

Fill in the blanks:
1) Tram is another method of transport in which buses run on rails.
2) Trams are used in Kolkata.
3) Space ships use rocket as an engine.
4) Trucks are used to carry goods by road.
5) Early man invented wheel to travel faster.

Day 4:
True or False:
1) Ships fly in the air. (False)
2) Journey to long distance by train is safe. (True)3) Tongas, buses, cars run on road. (True)
4) Ponies are used in deserts. (False)
5) Aeroplanes travel very slowly. (False)

Day 5:
Match the following:
1) Aeroplane used in villages even today (6)
2) Trams sail on the seas (3)
3) Ships helped to travel faster (7)
4) Space ships on roads (5)
5) Scooters, cars run used only in Kolkata (2)
6) Bullock carts are use rockets as engines (4)
7) Invention of wheel fastest means of transport (1)

Day 6:
a) Write any 3 means of transport by
1 ) Roadways – car, bus, scooter.
2) Railways – Express, Goods train, Passenger train.
3) Airways – Aeroplane, Helicopter, Rocket.
4) Water ways – boat, ship, steamer

Given below are the means of transport Separate them according to their headings given below :

Bus, ship, car, express, lorry, bicycle, goods train, aeroplane, rocket, steamers, helicopter, ship, scooter, bullock cart, launch, passenger train.

Bullock cart

Express train
Goods train
Passenger train



Ls 9: Road Safety (Deleted)

Ls. 10 WATER

Day 1:

New words:
streams, oceans, collected, source, large.

Questions and answers:

1. What are the different sources of water?
A. The different sources of water are wells, ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, seas and oceans.

Day 2:

Questions and answers:
2. What is a pond?
A. A small area of land where rain water gets collected is called a pond.

Fill in the blanks:
1. We cannot live without water.
2. The main source of water is rain.

Day 3 :

Questions and answers:
3. What are water falls?
A. Water falling from a higher place or mountains are called water falls.

4. From where do the rivers get water?
A. Some of the rivers get water when snow melts from the snow covered mountains and other rivers get water from rain.

Day 4 :

New words :
mountains, fresh, enters, plains, harmful, health, underground, pumps, borewells, villages.

Questions and answers:

5. What is a sea?
A. A sea is a large area of salty water which is very deep.

Fill in the blanks: (Pg:152)

1. Many streams join together to form a river.
2. Big seas are called oceans.
3. When the streams rush down a steep mountain, waterfalls are formed.

Day 5:

New words:
irrigation, generating, electricity, transport, trade, civilizations, Harappa, Egypt.

Questions and answers:

6. What are the uses of water?
A. 1) Water is used for drinking, cooking, bathing, washing and growing plants.
2) It is used for irrigating crops and generating electricity.

Day 6:
Match the following: (pg. No. 151)
1) Water is used for (a) oceans (5)
2) Sea water is (b) a large area of water (3)
3) Sea is (c) irrigation (1)
4) Rivers start from (d) salty (2)
5) Big seas are called (e) snow covered mountains (4)

Day 7:

True or False: (Pg no. 152)

1. 2/3rd of the earth is covered with plants and animals. (False)
2. We cannot live without water. (True)
3. River water is salty. (False)
4. Kerosene is used for generating electricity. (False)
5. A sea is a small pool of water. (False)


Day 1:

New words:
summer, monsoon, rainy, winter, air conditioners.

Questions and answers:
1. What are the seasons we have in India?
A. In India, we have mainly three seasons. They are:-
1. Summer
2. Monsoon (Rainy) and
3. Winter

2. Which is the hottest month in India?
A. May is the hottest month in India.

Day 2:

Fill in the blanks:
1. Summer is the hottest season.
2. May is the hottest month in India.
3. We wear loose cotton clothes in summer.
4. Children like to eat ice creams and have cool drinks during summer.
5. People from plains go to hill stations and enjoy cold weather during summer.

Day 3:

New words:
clouds, monsoon, wet weather, raincoats, umbrellas, farmer.

Questions and answers:
3. What are monsoon winds?
A. Cool and moist winds that blow from the seas towards the land are called monsoon winds.

4. Write about rainy season.
A. 1) We have rains during the months of June, July, August and September.
2) Monsoon winds bring rains to the major parts of India.
3)We use umbrellas and raincoats.

5. Write about winter season.
v In winter we feel very cold.
v Cold wind blows from November to February.
v We wear woollen clothes and drink hot beverages like tea, coffee, milk etc.

True or False:

1. Spring is followed by summer. (True)
2. We wear woollen clothes in rainy season. (False)
3. We have three seasons in India. (True)
4. May is the coldest month of the year. (False)
5. Cold winds blow from November to February. (True)

Name all the seasons you have studied in this lesson :
1) Summer 2) Monsoon (Rainy season) 3) Winter 4) Autumn 5) Spring.

Day 7:

Match the following:

1. March to May, we have fans and coolers (4)
2. July to September, we have coffee, milk, tea (5)
3. November to February, we have umbrellas and rain coats (6)
4. In summer we use rainy season (2)
5. In winter we drink summer season (1)
6. In rainy season we use winter season (3)

Activity: Draw: - Hot Summer – Ice cream
Wet Season – Umbrella
Cool Winter – Wool/hot milk.


Day 1 :
New Words:
direction, east, west, north, south, behind.

Questions and answers:

1. How does the sun help us to find the directions?
A. The Sun helps us to find the directions when we face the rising sun it is east and behind us is the west, left to us is north and right is the south.

Day 2:
2. What are the four main directions?
A. The four main directions are :
1) North 2) East 3) West 4) South

3. How do you find the directions, if you stand facing a map?
A. If we are facing the map the direction to the right hand is east, to the left hand is west, upper part is the north and lower part is south.

Day 3 :
Fill in the blanks: (Pg. 161)
1. The Sun rises in the east.
2. The direction opposite to the east is west.
3. The upper part of the map is the north.
4. The lower part of the map is the south.
5. The direction between north and east is the north east.
6. The direction between south and west is south west.
7. The Sun helps us to find directions.
8. Maps help us to find a place.

Day 4:
True or False: (Pg.161)

1. The direction to our right is the east, when you face the Sun. (False)
2. The direction of the lower part of the map is the south. (True)
3. The direction to our left hand of the map is the west. (True)
4. The direction to our right hand of the map is the south. (False)

Write the directions of the places in the blanks:
1. Delhi – North
2. Mumbai – West
3. Kolkata – East
4. Chennai – South

Day 5 :
Map Pointing:
Revision in mapping of four states in four main directions to be done:
Point out each one state and its capital in four different sub-directions:
Directions State Capital
1. North Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar
2. South Tamil Nadu Chennai
3. East West Bengal Kolkata
4. West Gujrat Gandhinagar
5. North East Assam Dispur
6. South East Orissa Bhubanewshwar
7. North West Rajasthan Jaipur
8. South West Maharashtra Mumbai

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Sub: Social Studies Class II Term III


New words:

surrounds, factories, vehicles, vegetables,surface, plains, mountains, conical,
farming, plateau, table land, covered, valley, desert, different, fertile, rainfall, grown, remain, ghat roads

Questions and answers:

1) What are the things we need to live on?
A) We need land, air and water to live on.

2) Name the different forms of land?
A) Plains, plateaus, hills, mountains, deserts and valleys are the different forms of land.

3) What is a plateau?
A) A high level land which is flat on the top is called a plateau.

4) Why do people go to hills in summer?
A) People go to hills in summer because it is cool and pleasant there.

5) Mention any two uses of land.
A) 1. We grow our food crops on land.
2. Houses, factories etc are built on land.

6) What is a valley?
A) The low land between two hills is called a valley.

7) What are deserts?
A) Large areas of land covered with sand are called deserts.

Fill in the blanks: (pg 133)

A plateau is also called a tableland.
We have ghat roads in hilly areas.
Mountains are the sources of rivers.
Plains are fertile lands.
Less than one third of the earth is land.

15. TIME

New words:
important, watches, rising, grand parents, morning, shadows, evening, bright, precious, properly, everywhere.

Questions and answers:

1) What do we do to know the time?
A. We look at the clock to know the time.

2) How did people tell the time long ago?
A. Long ago, people could tell the time with the help of the shadows.

3) What is mid-day?
A. The part of the day when the sun is hot and bright is called mid-day.

What can we see in the sky at night?
We can see the twinkling stars and moon in the sky at night.

Write the four different parts of the day.
Morning, noon, evening and night are the four different parts of the day.

Fill in the blanks: (Reader ex. Pg. 136 :

1. When the sun rises, it is morning.
2. When the shadow is short, it is noon.
3. In the morning our shadows are long.
4. When the sun sets, it is evening.
5. The moon is seen at the night.

True or False:

The day starts with the rising sun. (True)
The stars shine at night. (True)
People used to tell the time by shadows. (True)
There are 12 hours in a day. (False)
Mid-day comes after evening. (False)


New words:

Questions and answers:

1) What was the food of early man?
A) Early man used to eat roots, fruits and flesh of animals.

2) What were the tools of early man?
A) Early man used sharp edged stones as tools. Later, he used tools like knife, axe
and pick axe.

3) How did early man kill wild animals?
A) Early man killed wild animals by using sharp edged tools and weapons made of stones.

4) How did early man discover fire?
A) Early man discovered fire by rubbing two flint stones together.

5) Why did fire become an important part of his daily life?
A) Fire became an important part of early man’s life because:
1) It kept him warm.
2) It kept the wild animals away from him.
3) He used it for cooking.

True or False: (pg.141)
1) Early man used fire for cooking. (True)
2) His food was rice and dal. (False)
3) He drew pictures on paper. (False)
4) Early man slept on trees. (True)
5) Wild animals were afraid of fire in jungles. (True)

Fill in the blanks: (pg.141)
Early man ate fruits and animal’s flesh in the beginning.
He began to live in caves.
Early man used stones for killing animals.
Early man discovered fire by rubbing two stones.
He learnt cooking by roasting a piece of meat.


New words:
Vijaya Dasami
Jesus Christ
Guru Nanak

Questions and answers:

1) Name three Hindu festivals.
A) 1. Diwali 2) Dussehra 3) Holi

2) Which is the popular festival of Bengal?
A) Durga Pooja is the popular festival of Bengal.

3) Which festival is called the ‘Festival of lights’?
A) Diwali is called the ‘Festival of lights’.

4) How do Sikhs celebrate ‘Gurupurab’?
A) Sikhs pray in Gurudwaras on this day. Hymns are sung. And after this they have their meal from a common kitchen called langar.

5) How is Id-ul-fitr celebrated?
A) Muslims celebrate Id-ul-fitr with joy. They go to mosque to offer their prayers. They prepare a sweet dish called ‘Sewian’ and greet one another.

6) How is Christmas celebrated?
A) Christians decorate their homes with Christmas tree. They go to Church. Carols are sung. They greet one another and exchange gifts.

Fill in the blanks : (pg 146)
Diwali marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya.
Dussehra is also called Vijaya Dasami.
The birthday of Sikh guru is called Gurupurab.
Id-ul-fitr comes at the end of the month of Ramzan.
Jesus Christ was born on 25th December.


New words:
1. festivals
2. independence
3. republic
4. celebrate
5. contributed
6. Gandhi Jayanthi
7. India
8. nation
9. Delhi
10. achievements
11. national
12. participate
13. Constitution
14. President
15. Prime Minister
16. salute
17. parade
18. Rajendra Prasad
19. distributed
20. Principal
21. October
22. Mahatma Gandhi
23. freedom
24. movement
25. British
26. Red fort
27. January
28. country
29. birthday
30. force

Questions and answers:

1) Who hoists the national flag at Red fort in Delhi?
A) Our Prime Minister hoists the national flag at Red fort in Delhi, on every Independence Day.

2) Who takes the salute at the Republic Day parade in Delhi?
A) The President of India takes the Salute at the Republic Day parade in Delhi.

3) How is the Republic Day celebrated in your school?
A) In our school, our Principal takes the salute. We sing the National Anthem, some children are dressed up as freedom fighters and sweets are distributed.

4) When do we celebrate Gandhiji’s birthday?
A) We celebrate Gandhiji’s birthday on 2nd October.

5) What are National festivals?
A) The festivals which are celebrated by all the people of India are national festivals. We celebrate three National Festivals.

Match the following: (pg.149)
1) Babu Rajendra Prasad Father of the Nation (2)
2) Mahatma Gandhi Constitution came into force (3)
3) 26th January,1950 President takes Salute (5)
4) Independence day Prime minister hoists the National flag (4)
5) Republic Day Parade First President of India (1)

Activity: Draw and Colour our National Flag and write a few lines about it.
1) This is our National Flag.
2) It has three colours – Saffron at the top, White in the middle and Green at the bottom.
3) Saffron stands for courage and sacrifice, white stands for peace and
green stands for progress and prosperity.
4) In the centre of the flag we have ‘Ashoka Chakra’ with 24 spokes.
5) We hoist our National Flag on our National Festivals like Independence Day and Republic Day.

Point the following Oceans and Continents on the World Out line Map:
Oceans :
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
Arctic Ocean
Antarctic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean

Continents :
North America
South America

Lesson 19 & 20 are deleted.
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