UNIT  10

QR Code Chapter 10

Read the poem aloud

A super man wearing a cape, flying in the sky.

“Flying-man, Flying-man,

 Up in the sky,

Where are you going to,

Flying  so high ?”

A super man wearing a cape, flying in the sky.

“Over the mountains,

And over the sea!’’

“Flying-man, Flying-man,

Can’t you take me?”

A child is surprised while looking at the sky.

New words

flying       high            man              mountains           sea        take

Let's read

The mountains are high.

The birds are flying in the sky.

Let's share

An aeroplane in the sky.

  • Have you seen an aeroplane?
  • Let's pretend you are a pilot flying an aeroplane.

(a)        What will you see outside your aeroplane

(i)        during the day?

(ii)        at night?

(b)        What will you see inside your aeroplane?

• Do you think an aeroplane can land on the moon?

• Do you know if anyone has reached the moon? How did they travel to the moon?

  A girl wearing wings is flying in the sky.

Say aloud





















  • Which word in the box sounds like 'high'?
  • Which word rhymes with 'me'?


What shall I be when I grow up?

Match the following:

A person who sails a ship

an artist

A person is painting on a board using a paint brush.                                                                                          

A person who flies a spaceship

an astronaut

        A man wearing fluffy clothes, gloves and a headcover.                                                                              

A person who  Who draws or paints

a sailor

        A man wearing a uniform and looking for a ship through a binoculars.                                                                            

A person who Makes the sick people well

a dentist

    A man holding a tool in his hand to check people's teeth.                                                                      

A person who Brings letters

a doctor

    A woman wearing a stethoscope or an instrument to check people's heartbeat in her neck.                                                                    

A person who  grows crops

a farmer

    A man carrying a wooden tool in his hand to help grow crops.                                                                

A person who  makes clothes

a pilot

  A man wearing a uniform.                                                              

A person who works in school

a postman

  A man carrying a letter in his hand and also a bag full of letters.                                                                        

A person who  checks teeth

a tailor

A man stitching clothes using a sewing machine.                                                                  

A person who flies an aeroplane

a teacher

A woman carrying a book in her hand.                                                                  


Let's read and write

 W  X  Y  Z

Letters W,X,Y,Z to be traced.


Letters A to Z to be traced.

A   B   C   D

E   F   G   H

I   J   K     L

M   N  O  P

Q   R   S  T

U   V   W X

Y    Z

The Tailor and his Friend

Read and enjoy this story

 Kalu the tailor had a shop near the river. He made colourful pants and shirts for children. Appu the elephant  was   his friend. Appu came to his  shop  everyday. Kalu gave him many nice things to eat.

A tailor offering a banana to an elephant who is inside its shop.

One   day   Kalu wanted  to  play  a trick. He did not give Appu anything to eat. He took out his needle  instead and pricked Appu's trunk. Appu ran away in pain.

The tailor pricking the elephant's trunk with a needle.


Two days later Appu came down to the river and filled his trunk with water .He reached Kalu’s shop and threw water everywhere. All the new clothes became wet.

The elephant is throwing away water with its trunk in the tailor's shop.

     Appu   shook  his trunk and said “An elephant never forgets.”Kalu said , “I am sorry, Appu. Let’s be friends again.”

Kalu and Appu became good friends.

The elephant hugging the tailor with its trunk.  

New words

friend              pain         shop      tailor    trick    wet

Let's read

The tailor had a shop.

I have many friends.

Reading is fun  

  • Who was Kalu?
  • Who was Appu?
  • Where was Kalu's shop?
  • What trick did Kalu play on Appu?
  • How did Kalu's clothes become wet?

The elephant hugging the tailor with its trunk.

Let's talk

  • What do you do
  • when someone troubles you?
  • when you are angry?
  • when you don't want to share?
  • when someone asks you for a pencil?

Few students standing in a class.

Let's share

  • What games do you play with your friends?
  • Can you walk and make sounds like an elephant?

A girl and a boy

The tailor had a shop near the river.

Question: Where is your house?

Answer  : My house is near -----

Make some more sentences like the above beginning with words like—


My school...                                                                                                          The elephant…

My friend's house...                                                                                          The aeroplane…

The well...                                                                                                                My book…

Say aloud






















Pick the odd one out . One has been done for you.

An apple

a banana

an elephant

Bunch of grapes

A calendar showing the day Sunday.

The Moon

A calendar showing the day Monday.

A calendar showing the day Friday.

A rabbit.

A calendar showing the moth March.

A calendar showing the month May.

A calendar showing the month April.

A bus

  A milk bottle.

A ship

an aeroplane

a book

an eraser.

a cup.

a pencil

an onion

a rose flower

a tomato

a carrot

a doctor

a postman

a table

a tailor


Let's do

 Make a Friendship-band

A piece of paper, scissors, glue, ribbon, material for decoration.


  • What you need:





  • Material to decorate (sequins, beads, toffees, glitter, etc.)
  • Cut a strip of ribbon (colour of your choice). Cut its length to make a wrist band.
  • Draw a marigold flower on the paper and cut it out.
  • Decorate the marigold flower with glitter, sequins or whatever you like.
  • Continue to make flowers until you have the number you wish to put on the ribbon.
  • Glue the flowers to the ribbon strip.
  • Let it lie flat until the glue is dry.

A friendship band, with beautiful paper flowers pasted on a ribbon

Now your Friendship-band

is ready to be tied

around your friend's wrist.


  • You can use different materials to decorate each flower, e.g buttons, lace, sequins,beads,glitter,toffees,etc.
  • A wrist band with the name of your friend can also be made.

Poem — Flying-Man
Story — The Tailor and his Friend          

Teacher's Page         UNIT 10      

The emphasis in this Unit is on:

  • different occupations;
  • imaginative thinking and
  • the ability to write and speak sentences.

Children should be able to write sentences such as 'My name is...'

There can be times when the children do not speak correctly. Remember, the main focus is on communication and the ability of the children to express their feelings in English.

  • Children can be given a series of oral directions to listen to and then follow. Gradually increase the number of directions. For example:

Pat your head,

touch your nose,

pull your ear,

stamp your feet.

  • Encourage an independent reading and writing habit in children and provide them time for it. Motivate them by reading interesting stories and poems. Use the language for instruction that is familiar to the child. Let your enthusiasm for the story shine through. Speak slowly and clearly.
  • Some thoughts on friendship, basic hygiene, and compassion for animals, peace and sensitivity to their environment can be discussed.
  • Ask the children to practice the alphabets in lower case and capital letters. By now the child should have an understanding of basic punctuation like capital letters, full stops and question marks and be able to recognise plural and singular forms. In all this, the key word is encouragement. The child who senses your faith in his abilities will learn to trust himself and derive satisfaction from his accomplishments and stay motivated.
  • Role play and activities are vital for the development of the child. Through these he/she learns to communicate verbally, share, take turns and enjoy interaction with others.
  • This book attempts to involve the child in a sense of joy for a new language. The child who is gently nurtured, subtly led and exposed to all aspects of his environment is the child who will learn.


Enjoy this picture dictionary


an apple

Aa    apple


Gg   grapes


Bb  balloon


Hh   helicopter


Cc   cap

house of snow

Ii     igloo


Dd     dog


Jj    jug


Ee     elephant

kite kite

Kk     kite


Ff      fish


Ll     lamp


Mm    moon


Tt    tomato


Nn    nest


Uu    umbrella


Oo     orange


Vv     voilin


Pp   peacock


Ww     whale


Qq     quilt

A christmas tree

Xx     xmas tree

rose flower

Rr    rose


Yy      yak

a sheep

Ss    sheep

a zebra

Zz     zebra