READING IS FUN
Why is the child in the poem happy?
The child is happy because she can now talk and play with the sky, sun, winds, birds, trees, grass and bees.
To whom does the child say ‘Good Morning’?
The child says ‘Good Morning’ to the sky, sun, winds, birds, trees, grass and bees.
What does the child want to do?
The child wants to play with the sky, sun, winds, birds, trees, grass and bees.
- In the morning I say, “Good morning”
- At night I say, “Good night”
- A dog says, “Bow-wow”
- A cow says, “Moo-moo”
- Say ‘Good morning’ in your own language to
i. Your friends
ii. Your teacher
The student has to do as directed in the question.
How would you wish them when you leave school in the evening?
We can wish them as “Bye-bye, Have a good day”.
Let’s say aloud
Find words in the poem which rhyme with
bees ______________ day ______________ too ______________
Bees – Trees
Day – Away
Too – You
What do you see around you during the day and at night?
Draw in the two boxes given below and colour the picture.
The student has to do as directed.
Write two words each from the two pictures you have drawn.
Day – Sun, birds, butterflies
Night – Stars, moon, fireflies
- This is mud.
- A big fat worm lives in the mud.
- A leaf falls in the mud.
- It is the worm’s dinner!
- Form groups. Tell each other an interesting thing you have seen in the garden one day.
The students have to do as directed.