A. Name the pictures and match it with the rhyming words.
hill brush shore panther
hill - will
brush - rush
shore - floor
panther - dancer
B. Answer the following questions.
1. What does she paint?
She paints the valley and the hill.
2. Does the brush bend to her will?
Yes, the brush bends to her will.
3. How does she move her legs?
She moves her legs like a dancer.
LET US KNOW
rabbit has long ears.
The word long tells what kind of ears the rabbit has.
Long describes the rabbit’s ears.
The house is green.
The word green tells us the colour of the house.
Green describes the house’s colour.
Kasthuri has three colourful balloons.
Three and colourful tells us more about noun baloon.
Three describes number and colourful describes quality.
Words that describe noun are called adjectives.
The adjectives give more detail about the noun's size,
shape, colour and count.
A) Match the adjective with the appropriate picture.
B) Use the picture and the words to write the adjective.
( long, round, short, yellow, tall )
1. The giraffe is tall.
2. Its neck is long.
3. Its eyes are round.
4. Its skin is yellow.
5. Its tail is short.
( soft, small, blue, three, hungry )
1. There are three birds.
2. The bird’s feather is very soft.
3. The colour of the birds is blue.
4. It is small in size.
5. The babies are hungry.
C. Use adjectives you think for each of these words. You can write more than one adjectives.
( clever, stormy, beautiful, dusty, good, hot, bright, cloudless, honest, lovely, fat, tall )
(Clever, stormy, beautiful, dusty, good, hot, bright, cloudless, honest, lovely, fat, tall )
1. a clever boy.
2. a stormy wind.
3. a beautiful flower.
4. a good friend.
5. a bright sun.
D) Match each sentence to the correct picture by writing the number in the box.
1. A brown and white puppy is having fun.
2. Wild animals are in the thick forest.
3. A cute boy is painting with green colour.
4. A naughty boy is riding horse with his sleepy dog.
LET US LISTEN
Sometimes harmony can be disrupted by the simplest things like the breaking of your lead.
Introducing DelGuard, a cleverly designed unbreakable mechanical pencil from the visionaries at Zebra pen.
DelGuard features a patented double spring mechanism that absorbs the pressure no matter how you hold it or how hard you press.
With strength comes confidence and peace of mind.
Find zen in your pen, Zebra pen.
Listen to the audio and tick (✔) true or false.
1. It is a breakable pencil. True/False✔
2. It has double spring mechanism. True✔/False
3. It absorbs the pressure. True✔/False
4. You can’t hold the pencil hard. True/False✔
5. It gives confident and peace of mind. True✔/False
Note to the teacher: Scan the QR code to listen to the audio. Let the children listen to the audio and answer the question. The listening passage is given at the end.
LET US SPEAK
Borrowing a book from public Library.
How can I help you?
I couldn't find the book I was looking for.
Did you search the correct shelf?
Yes. It should have been there, but it isn't.
Someone may have taken it.
Will you be getting another copy anytime soon?
I'm sure we will.
Would you be able to reserve it for me?
I will reserve it.
Thank you very much.
Phrases that are useful for this situation.
How are you doing today?
I need help with something.
I can't find the book I want.
I need to return a book.
I want to check these books out.
I am looking for a book.
Can you show me the shelf?
I know the section.
That will be all.
I know the due date.
I will return the books within the due date.
Note to the teacher: Make the children know how to borrow books from the library and make them use these structure to borrow books from the class library.