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Preface IMAX partners with schools, supporting them with learning materials and processes that are all crafted to work together as an interconnected system to drive learning. IMAX presents the latest version of the Pinnacle series – especially crafted as an accompanying workbook series for the Tamil Nadu state board textbooks. The Pinnacle series endeavours to be faithful to the spirit of the Tamil Nadu Curriculum Framework in conjunction with the content covered and approach adopted in the Samacheer textbooks. The Class 1 workbooks are based on the latest edition of the Grade 1 textbooks released for the academic year 2018-19. A close mapping has been undertaken to ensure that the workbooks support and add value to the textbook content. The IMAX English workbooks and Grammar & Composition books for the Pinnacle series strive hard to provide adequate opportunities for students to practise all the four skills of Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing (LSRW). Below are some salient features of the Pinnacle English workbooks series:   Summaries of the Samacheer English textbook lessons   Meanings of difficult words from the lessons provided, along with example sentences  Coverage of all textbook questions that require space for writing along with adequate space for writing  ‘Quick Check’ questions at the start of every workbook lesson to recapitulate details of the textbook lesson  Inclusion of questions based on comprehension, vocabulary, judgement & appreciation and speaking skills Here are some salient features of the Pinnacle Grammar & Composition series:  The grammar concepts covered have a horizontal and vertical progression across grades, providing a spiral of cumulative learning  Inclusion of age-appropriate picture reading for grades 1 & 2, and reading comprehension passages for grades 3, 4 & 5  Inclusion of samples for format-based writing to provide for scaffolding of learning of formal writing  Provision of a listening to audio section for honing of listening skills for different purposes for grades 4 & 5 Overall, the IMAX English Pinnacle series aims to generate greater engagement with and enhance fluency in English language communication, while providing students the opportunity to develop a genuine appreciation of the language and its literature. – The Authors PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 2 04/05/2019 11:30:34

Workbook Features WaDrimctaUtpion PicDtiucrteatGiolonssary Activities at the start of each section to Pictures of new words from the lesson introduce the key aspects of lessons to convey the meanings of new or difficult words ThDinikctation LisDteicntation Interesting exercises to help students improve their higher order thinking skills Engaging exercises to develop and practise listening skills Speak ReDaicdtation Speaking activities that can also be Simple exercises to develop and used as formative assessments practise reading skills VaDluicet-abtiaosned Questions WDriitcetation Exercises to develop students’ critical Effective exercises to develop and thinking skills practise writing skills AcDtiicvtitaytion Hands-on activities that encourage students to make real-life connections with aspects of the lesson PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 3 04/05/2019 11:30:34

Unit Name Page No. Let us Revise 1 1) Healthy Food Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 8 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 21 2) My Journey Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 31 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 43 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 4 04/05/2019 11:30:35

Let us Revise (Pages 61-66) Listen 1) Listen to your teacher and match the young ones to their mothers. Mothers Young ones a) A) b) B) c) C) 1 d) D) PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 1 Let us Revise 04/05/2019 11:30:42

Speak 2) Get into pairs. Read the lines and put them in order. One is done for you. Nice to Nice to meet meet you. you too. How are Bye! you? What’s your I am name? fine. Bye! My name is Lily. Good 1 Morning! Good Morning! 2 I am Neel. Each pair can now enact the lines. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 2 04/05/2019 11:30:43

Read 3) Read the numbers and match them to their names. Numbers Names 7 one 3 ten 5 seven 2 three 8 nine 4 five 9 four 10 eight 6 six 3 1 two PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 3 Let us Revise 04/05/2019 11:30:43

4) Read the names of the following colours. Then, rewrite the names in small letters. Draw another object of the same colour for each of the following. a) b) c) 4 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 4 04/05/2019 11:30:44

d) 5 e) f) Let us Revise PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 5 04/05/2019 11:30:45

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Write 5 ) Write the missing letter for each word. (1M per question) 6) Fill in the blanks with rhyming words. (1M per question) a) Jack and Jill went up the . 7 b) One, two, three, four, five . Once I caught a fish PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 7 Let us Revise 04/05/2019 11:30:46

Unit 1: Healthy Food (Section 1 – pages 67-78) Warm Up When we eat vegetables and fruits and drink lots of water, we are eating healthy food. Eating too many sweets or chips is unhealthy. Drinking a lot of soft drinks is also unhealthy. Look at the pictures. Then, read the names of the given food items and circle the healthy ones. grapes fries spinach chocolate samosa 8 04/05/2019 11:30:49 egg PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 8

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word market feast Word Meaning forest Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. Number the names of the vegetables 9 and fruits in the order that your teacher reads them out. Then, read all the words aloud. mango cabbage onion pineapple potato jackfruit PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 9 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:30:51

2) Your teacher will read out some sentences. Listen carefully and match the food items with the correct dishes. Food item Dish a) carrots A) juice b) fruits B) rasam c) tomatoes C) payasam d) lemons D) sambar e) mangoes E) salad 10 f) brinjals F) halwa PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 10 04/05/2019 11:30:51

Think 3) Look at the given pictures. Circle the fruits and vegetables that would go into a green salad. kiwi orange carrot capsicum cabbage cucumber plum 11 4) Choose the correct food names from the box. carrot  onion  potato  tomato a) Rabbits love me; I grow underground. I am orange, and I am best when eaten peeled. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 11 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:30:54

b) I am red, juicy and round. I can be found in salads. c) I can be fried, boiled or mashed. Children love me roasted or baked. d) I am red, purple or white, and if you peel me, I can make you cry. Speak 5) Sit in a circle. Your teacher will name a fruit. The student next to the teacher should name another fruit, and the game should continue 12 until everybody can name a fruit. Then, repeat the game with the names of vegetables. Remember not to repeat the names of the fruits or vegetables. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 12 04/05/2019 11:30:55

Read 6) Read aloud these words with the ‘u’ sound. bud mud cut jug hum mug nut pup 7) Read the sentences aloud and colour the pictures. I see an orange carrot. I see a red tomato. I see a green apple. 13 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 13 I see purple grapes. Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:30:56

I see a yellow pumpkin. Write 8) Fill in the blanks with ‘this’ or ‘that’. (1M per question) a) is an apple. b) is a boy. is a house. 14 c) PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 14 04/05/2019 11:30:57

d) is my plate. e) is a jug. 9) Write the beginning and ending sounds of the objects or actions shown in the pictures. (1M per question) u ua) b) u uc) d) 15 u ue) f) PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 15 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:02

10) Write two rhyming words for each of the following words. (2M per question) cata) bigb) bunc) fand) pine) 16 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 16 04/05/2019 11:31:03

Value-based Questions 11) Name and colour the given food items. Then, draw some more food items. (2M per question) fruits                 Name and draw one more fruit. vegetables               17   Name and draw Healthy Food one more vegetable. 04/05/2019 11:31:03 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 17

drinks                 Name and draw one               more drink.   sweets Name and draw one 18 more sweet dish. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 18 04/05/2019 11:31:04

12) Answer the following questions. (2M per question) 19 a) Name two healthy food items you eat for breakfast. b) Name two healthy food items you eat for lunch. c) Name two healthy food items you eat for dinner. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 19 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:04

Activity Draw some food items in the plate and bowl. Then, write down their names. Also write down the name of the drink you choose. Colour the food items once you are done. Make sure that you prepare a healthy meal! 20 04/05/2019 11:31:05 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 20

Unit 1: Healthy Food (Section 2 – pages 79-83) Warm Up Farmers are very important people. They grow vegetables and take care of different animals. If there were no farmers, we would not have any food to eat. Look at the given picture of a farm and label it with the following words. Colour the picture once you finish labelling the pictures. tractor    farmer    pigs    field PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 21 21 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:05

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word dry field sell Word Meaning teamwork 22 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 22 04/05/2019 11:31:15

Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. Match the food items with the animals or plants we get them from. Food Source a) A) b) B) c) C) d) D) 23 e) E) PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 23 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:22

Think 2) Look at the following pictures. Name the food items. ma) k e gb) c) v g t e d) pl s 24 f t e) PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 24 04/05/2019 11:31:30

Speak 3) Sing the song to the tune of ‘The Mulberry Bush’. Change the name of the fruit as you sing. Here we go round the apple tree, The apple tree, the apple tree, Here we go round the apple tree So early in the morning. This is the way we... ... climb the ladder ... pick the apples ... wash the apples This is the way we... 25 ... peel the apples ... and then we eat them too!  No   No  Read 4) Read the given sentences. Tick the correct boxes. a) Teamwork makes tasks easy. Yes  b) We should never support our friends. Yes  PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 25 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:38

5) Read the sentences and draw according to the instructions. Then, colour the picture. a) Two ducks are swimming in the pond. b) A house is next to the cow. c) The Sun is shining in the sky. d) There are two trees around the farm. 26 04/05/2019 11:31:38 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 26

Write 6) Complete the story by filling in the missing words. The picture clues will help you. (1M per question) a) I went to a . b) There were many and plants there. tree.’ c) My mother said, ‘That is an d) We saw a farmer picking . e) He told us to go with him. He gave me a 27 . . f) He then started plucking many PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 27 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:43

7) Fill in the blanks with ‘this’ or ‘that’. Then, draw a star above words that have the ‘u’ sound. (1M per question) a) is a bug. b)  is my cup. c) is his pup on the rug. d)  is a mug kept on top of the jug. Value-based Question 8) Why are farmers important? Given below are some clues. Read them and form sentences. (2M per question) help us – grow food – take care of animals – we get milk and meat from these animals 28 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 28 04/05/2019 11:31:44

Activity Write two food items each that come from the given parts of plants. Root 1)  2)  Seed 29 1)   2)   PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 29 Healthy Food 04/05/2019 11:31:44

1)  Fruit 2)   Leaves Stem 1)  2)   1)   30 2)   PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 30 04/05/2019 11:31:44

Unit 2: My Journey (Section 1 – pages 85-96) Warm Up A journey is when we travel from one place to another. We travel by different kinds of transportation. When we travel on roads, we use cars. When we travel by air, we use aeroplanes. When we travel by water, we use boats. Look at the given pictures and write the names of the vehicles. Also, write ‘L’ for land vehicles, ‘W’ for water vehicles and ‘A’ for air vehicles. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 31 31 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:31:56

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word joyful row Word Meaning zebra crossing Listen 1) Your teacher will read out a story. Number the given vehicles in the order that you hear their names in the story. Then, read all the words aloud. aeroplane boat bus bullock cart taxi 32 2) Your teacher wants to travel from one place to another. Listen to him or her carefully. Then, suggest the vehicle he or she should use from the given pictures. Number the vehicles in the order of your teacher’s questions. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 32 04/05/2019 11:31:59

Think 3) Read the words given in the clouds. Circle the odd word in each cloud. a) bench  torch  wish  much b) sheep  shell  fish  shoe c) shirt  shop  shout  white d) 33 cherry  whale  wheel  wheat e) chalk  ship  chair  cheese PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 33 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:03

4) Choose the correct vehicle from the box for each of the sentences. car   helicopter   train   motorcycle    bicycle a) I am not a house, but I have four doors and windows. I also have a roof. What am I?   b) I have an engine, and I have carriages. I run on tracks. What am I?   c) I have two wheels and a handle bar. People love to ride on me. What am I?   d) I have blades, but I am not grass. I can fly, but I don’t have wings. What am I?   34 e) I have two wheels, and I can zoom fast. I have an engine, but I am not a car. What am I?   PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 34 04/05/2019 11:32:04

Speak 5) Read the poem aloud with actions. The children on the bus go Chatter, chatter, chatter The wheels on the bus go Chatter, chatter, chatter Round and round Chatter, chatter, chatter Round and round Round and round The wheels on the bus go The children on the bus go Round and round Chatter, chatter, chatter All day long. All day long. The wipers on the bus go The doors on the bus go Swish, swish, swish Open and shut Swish, swish, swish Open and shut Swish, swish, swish Open and shut The wipers on the bus go The doors on the bus go Swish, swish, swish Open and shut All day long. All day long. Read 6) Read these words aloud. 35 eat new who black soon say under please of his had brown PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 35 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:06

7) Read these tongue twisters aloud. Read them slowly at first. Then, read them fast. a) Cheesy Chow chomps on the cherry chocolate cheesecake. b) She sells seashells on the seashore. c) Whether the weather is hot. Whether the weather is cold. We have to put up with the weather. Write 8) Colour the correct bits of paper in the same colours to make sentences from the story ‘A joyful trip’. (1M per question) Kaviya loved to One night, It was with her Come! Let us fly trains and boats. all the time. Kaviya’s aunt gave her it spoke to her. an aeroplane. The aeroplane 36 flew over over the city. play with it. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 36 04/05/2019 11:32:06

9 ) Fill in the blanks with ‘these’ and ‘those’. (2M per question) a )  are . t b)  are . b c)  are 37 . sc are d)  . tr PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 37 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:15

e)  are . b 10) Choose the correct letters and complete the words. (1M per question) a) ch b) ch sh sh wh wh eep air c) ch d) ch sh sh wh wh ale erry e) ch f) ch 38 sh sh wh wh iskers oe PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 38 04/05/2019 11:32:19

Value-based Questions 11) Different movements have different names. Vehicles and people move in many different ways. Children swim in water, but ships sail on water. People walk or run in the street. They ride bicycles and drive cars. Choose the correct words for movements to complete the sentences. (1M per question) walk   ride   sailed   chug    fly a) I want to become a pilot and an aeroplane. a bicycle last week. b) Bharat learnt to c) The tiny boat on the water. d) The children e) We watched the train to school every day. 39 out of the station. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 39 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:19

12) Tick the correct statements. Put a cross against the incorrect ones. (1M per question) a) We should stop when the traffic light is red.  b) We should play on the zebra crossing. c) A helicopter races on the road. d) Trains run on tracks. Activity Join the dots, and write the names of the vehicles. Colour the pictures, and write one sentence each about the vehicles. 40 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 40 04/05/2019 11:32:19

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Unit 2: My Journey (Section 2 – pages 97-101) Warm Up We need to take care of ourselves and be safe while walking on the road. Look at the pictures given below. Cross out the ones in which the children are not safe. Share your thoughts about those pictures with your teacher. PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 43 43 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:23

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word platform hold hands Word board a  Meaning Word bus Meaning left and right Word Meaning crossing 44 the road PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 44 04/05/2019 11:32:28

Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. Colour the boxes with the words he or she reads. Then, read the words in the coloured boxes aloud. cars platform tractor road traffic crossing bicycle ship     train autorickshaw helicopter boat Think 2) Look at the given picture and mark two safe actions being done. Write three more safe actions in the given space. 45 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 45 My Journey 04/05/2019 11:32:28

Speak 3) Traffic rules and me Make a drawing based on a traffic rule. Speak two or three lines on the traffic rule that you have chosen. Share your thoughts. 46 PNC_V2_G1_English_T2_WB.indb 46 04/05/2019 11:32:29

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