Reading is fun 1. Why is the child in the poem happy? 2. To whom does the child say ‘Good Morning’? 3. What does the child want to do? Talk time 1. 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 2. How would you wish them when you leave school in the evening? Word building 1. Let’s say aloud Find words in the poem which rhyme with bees ______________ day ______________ too ______________ 2. What do you see around you during the day and at night? Draw in the two boxes given below and colour the picture. Day Night Write two words each from the two pictures you have drawn. Day Night 1. _______________ 1. _______________ 2. _______________ 2. _______________ Team time Dinner 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 The Magic Garden The magic garden was in a school playground. It was very pretty. Sunflowers and roses stood high against the wall. There were also marigolds, poppies and pansies. The sunshine fell on this garden more than on any other and the flowers danced and sang happily. They said to one another, “We have hundreds of little gardeners.” They were the children from the school. One sunny morning the flowers were talking to the birds. “I love all the children, but I love the dear little ones most of all,” said a poppy. “I like them to bring their watering cans and water my thirsty roots.” “Yes,” said the marigolds, “the boys are good to us too. They dig the ground so well!” “We love the little children,” said a tiny bird. “They are kind and they bring bread for us.” All the flowers said, “We must work hard to make our dresses very pretty, for the children will be here soon.” The sun said, “I will help you also, for nothing pleases me better than to see the children running about in the golden sunshine.” Suddenly, the children came out laughing and singing, and the flowers stopped their songs to listen to them. “Oh, look at the tall sunflower!” said one child, and the sunflower lifted its head very proudly. Another child said, “I love the marigold in its golden dress.” The marigold smiled happily. It was indeed a magic garden because it had fairies too. They New words magic, garden, gardeners, playground, sunshine, golden, dreaming 1. Why did the flowers love the little children? 2. Why did the birds love the children? 3. Name five flowers growing in the magic garden. 4. What sounds could the children hear in the garden? Talk time Roses I like roses Most roses are red. Some are white. Some are yellow. Are there blue roses? I have not seen any blue roses! Which one is your favourite flower? Learn its name in English. Say aloud Team time Activity – 1. Collect five flowers. 2. Put each flower carefully between the pages of an old book. 4. Stick the pressed flowers carefully in your scrap book. 5. Write the name of each flower. Name two words in each petal which you see in a garden. Let’s write 1. Imagine you have a big garden. What would it look like? Draw a picture here. 2. What would you like to grow in your garden? Write three sentences giving the names of the flowers that you might like to grow in your garden. 1. In my garden I would like to grow ________________________. 2. In my garden I would like to grow ________________________. 3. In my garden I would like to grow ________________________.

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