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by classklap ENGLISH WORKBOOK - TERM 3 EnLhaatnecset d EEdditionn 1 Name: ___________________________________ Section: ________________ Roll No.: _________ School: __________________________________

Unit Name Page No. Let us Revise 1 1) My Garden Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 5 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 17 2) Time and Calendar Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 27 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 38 3) Rain… Rain… Rain… Section 1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 46 Section 2 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 56

Let us Revise (Pages 70–73) Listen 1) Your teacher will read out some sentences. Listen carefully to your teacher and circle the correct words given in the brackets. Then, fill in the blanks with the correct words and read aloud the sentences. a) Bananas, mangoes and strawberries are names of some (vegetables/fruits). b) Vegetables, salads and fruits are all (healthy/junk) food. c) Ships, boats and rafts (sail/swim) in the water. (fly/float) in d) Aeroplanes and helicopters the air. 1 e) We can (drive/walk) a jeep, a car or a truck on the road. Let us Revise

Speak 2) Divide your class into pairs. Discuss the picture with your partner and make a short story of 10 to 15 sentences. Share your story with your classmates. Read 2 3) Your best friend wants to bake a cake. Given below is a cake recipe. Read the sentences and number the pictures in the correct order. a) My mother gives me flour, sugar, butter, eggs and milk. b) I mix everything together. c) My mother pours the mix in a pan.

d) She puts the cake in the oven. e) Look! The yummy cake is ready to eat. Write 3 4) Choose the correct words from the box and fill in the blanks. (1M per question) this these that those Let us Revise

a) is an autorickshaw. b) are footballs. c) are chairs. d) is a camera. e) are bananas. 4

Unit 1: My Garden (Section 1 – pages 74–84) Warm Up There are many plants and trees in a garden. Like us, plants also need food, water, air and light to live and grow. Read the names of the things shown below. Circle the pictures of things that you can see in a garden. birds fan 5 butterflies grass trees road flowers car My Garden

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word thorns hungry Word Meaning Meaning Word thirsty secret Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. Number the names of the birds and plants in the order that your teacher reads them out. Then, read 6 aloud all the words. quail sunflower peacock marigold rose eagle

2) In the story, the plants say many things about the cactus. Listen carefully to your teacher. She will read out the names of the plants and what each plant had said. Match the plant names with what they said. Plant name What the plant said a) Sunflower says that A) she is all green. b) Jasmine says that B) the cactus has thorns. c) Daisy says that C) her leaves are so fat. d) Hibiscus says that D) she is not pretty. e) Rose says that 7 E) she doesn’t smell sweet. My Garden

Think 3) Read the following and choose the correct options. a) Sunflower is named so because A) the flower turns towards the Sun. B) it has seeds which look like the Sun. C) it has yellow leaves. D) it is very big. b) Cactus is never thirsty because A) she doesn’t need water. B) her fat leaves store water. C) she always gets water from somewhere. D) she is very fat. c) Jasmine flower A) smells sweet. B) smells sour. C) doesn’t have any smell. D) smells bad. d) Rose flower has A) no thorns. B) thorns. C) white thorns. 8 D) yellow thorns. e) Flowers A) are usually green in colour. B) are colourless. C) have no leaves. D) are colourful.

4) Look at the pictures and describe them using the words given in the box. a) red  rose  thorns  stem This is a . It is in colour. It has many . It has a long . b) sunflowers  seeds  yellow  long These are . The middle part of the flower has many small . The flowers are in 9 colour. stems. They have My Garden

c) jasmine  white  sweet  small flowers. These are smell. They have a in colour. . They are flowers. d) These flowers are very . 10 daisy  petals  colourful  yellow flowers. These are They have many . They are The middle part of the flower is

Speak 5) Sit in a circle. Your teacher will start by naming a thing related to gardens. The next student repeats what the teacher has said and adds another word. The second student then repeats the words which the teacher and the first student have said and adds one more word related to gardens. Thus, the game continues. If a student is not able to remember all the names, then the game starts again. Example: Teacher: grass Student 1: grass, green Student 3: grass, green, flower Student 4: grass, green, flower, trees . . . Read 6) Read aloud these words. of one thing some his had then 7) Let us practise the ‘ph’, ‘th’ and ‘ng’ sounds. 11 Read aloud the following sentences. First, slowly and then, fast. a) Phin’s phone had a fat elephant photo. b) Think of the three thick, thorny teeth. c) The dancing king is wearing a ring. d) Sing a song of six pence. My Garden

Write 8) Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks with ‘in’, ‘on’ or ‘under’. (1M per question) a) The eggs are the nest. b) Ria is standing a tree. c) The flower pot is the table. d) The mangoes are growing the tree. e) A cat is the chair. 12 9) Read the sentences and choose the correct words to fill in the blanks. (1M per question) a) The (fone/phone) is ringing.

b) I saw a big, (phat/fat) fish swimming in the pond. (sea/see) is so big. c) The d) The sky is (blew/blue). e) The (Sun/son) is shining bright in the sky. 10) Read the words. What other words do they remind you of? Write them down in the space given. One is done for you. (3M per question) grass a) green leaves ladyfinger 13 My Garden

b) sea c) summer 14 d) winter

e) birds Value-based Questions 11) Complete the sentences given below. (2M per question) a) The flowers should not have made fun of the cactus because . b) Two good qualities that your friend has are 15 . My Garden

12) Can you think of two ways in which we can take care of our garden? (2M) . Activity Draw your dream garden and label it. Then, share your drawing with your classmates and speak about it in class. 16

Unit 1: My Garden (Section 2 – pages 85–89) Warm Up There are many different kinds of birds. Some are small and some are big. Birds can be of different colours. Most birds can fly and all birds have feathers. Do you know what the names of these birds are? Read the bird names given below and write them under the correct pictures. sparrow   parrot   crow   pigeon   eagle   owl a) b) c) d) 17 e) f) My Garden

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word get new together baby Listen 1) Your teacher will make some bird sounds. Number the birds and their sounds in the correct order. Then, read aloud the sentences. hen says crow says parrot says ‘cluck cluck’ ‘caw caw’ ‘keet keet’ owl says duck says cuckoo says ‘hoot hoot’ ‘quack quack’ ‘coo coo’ 18

Think 2) There are five differences in the given pictures. Spot the differences and complete the sentences given below. Picture 1 Picture 2 There is flower in There is flower in front of the snail. (one/no) front of the snail. (one/no) There is tree There are trees behind the bushes. (one/two) behind the bushes. (one/two) The eyes of the snail are The eyes of the snail are each each 19 other. (close to / far from) other. (close to / far from) There are bushes There are bushes behind the snail. (some/no) behind the snail. (some/no) My Garden

Picture 1 Picture 2 We see the ant’s We see the ant’s teeth. (can/cannot) teeth. (can/cannot) Speak 3) Recite the poem with actions. Then repeat the poem by replacing the bird names and their sounds. Three little ducks went out one day Over the hills and far away, Mummy duck called ‘quack quack quack’, But only two little ducks came back. Two little ducks went out one day Over the hills and far away, Mummy duck called ‘quack quack quack’, But only one little duck came back. One little duck went out one day Over the hills and far away, Mummy duck called ‘quack quack quack’, 20 But no little ducks came waddling back. No little ducks went out one day Over the hills and far away, Mummy duck called ‘quack quack quack’, And three little ducks came waddling back.

Read ask over 4) Read these words aloud. when where just how know take 5) Read the sentences and draw pictures. a) There is a pond in the middle of a garden. 21 My Garden

b) There is a bird nest on a tree. c) A garden is filled with colourful flowers. 22

Write 6) Complete the story by filling in the missing words. The picture clues will help you. (1M per question) One early morning Riya sees many sitting on a . She hears a mew. She also sees a pecking seeds. Suddenly she sees a swarm of buzzing around the as her runs to catch the bees. The bees fly away. 7) Look at the picture and identify the flowers and birds. Then, make 23 sentences using the given words. Also add the names of the flowers or the birds to the sentences. (2M per question) a) Arya/gives/mother/her/to/a My Garden

b) we/swim/pond/saw/a/in/the c) Raja/made/garland/a/with/flowers d) tree/I/saw/branch/an/sitting/on/a 24

Value-based Question 8) How can we take care of birds? Given below are some clues. Read them and make sentences. (2M) put water out – not throw stones – not put them in a cage – plant trees and flowers – give seeds – make birdhouses Ans. 25 My Garden

Activity Given below are the steps to make a birdhouse. But the pictures and the steps have got jumbled up. Number the steps in the correct order and make a birdhouse. Wrap the shoebox with colourful paper of your choice. Then, cut out a rectangle from another shoebox and glue it on top of the wrapped box. Tape the shoebox from all sides. Your birdhouse is ready. 26 Take a shoebox. Draw a circle in the centre of the box and cut it. Take the help of your parents.

Unit 2: Time and Calendar (Section 1 – pages 90–99) Warm Up Night comes after day. Seven days make a week. We have 12 months in a year. 27 Read the names of some activities in the box. Think of the activities that you do during the day and at night. Then, write the names of the activities under the correct columns. Time and Calendar

Day activities Night activities Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word met gave Word Meaning Meaning Word 28 saw told

Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. He or she will talk about the things that happened on the different days of the week in the story. Match the days to the actions. Day of the week Things which happened a) Sunday A) A new teacher told many stories. b) Monday B) H arini drew a picture in her book. c) Tuesday C) The hen had five chicks. d) Wednesday D) Harini met Kani. e) Thursday f) Friday E) H arini played with her 29 g) Saturday friend. F) Harini saw a new rose in her garden. G) H arini’s father gave her a puppy. Time and Calendar

2) Your teacher will read out some sentences. Listen carefully and number the sentences in the order that your teacher reads them. a) Children’s Day is in the month of November.  b) We celebrate Earth Day on 22 April. c) December is the last month of the year. d) Teacher’s Day is celebrated in September. e) 15 August is the Independence Day of India. Think 3) Complete the sentences by choosing the correct words from the words in brackets. a) Wednesday comes after . (Tuesday/Thursday) b) December is the month. (eleventh/last) c)  is the first day of the week. 30 is the first month of the year. (Sunday/Monday) d)  (February/January)

e) There are days in a week. (eight/seven) f) There are months in a year. (eleven/twelve) 4) Read the words given below. One word does not match with the other three words. Circle that word. a) Monday Tuesday December Wednesday b) March April May night c) Summer January Winter Monsoon d) Moon stars Sun dark e) Diwali rains Holi Christmas Speak 5) Sing the poem about the days of the week with actions. 31 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday—seven days are in a week. We like to sing them softly. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday—seven days are in a week. We like to sing them loudly. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday—seven days are in a week. Time and Calendar

We like to clap them out. (Clap with each one.) S  unday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday— seven days are in a week. We like to stomp them out. (Stomp sound for each one.) S  unday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday— seven days are in a week. We sing them proud. S  unday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday— seven days are in a week. We like to sing again. Seven days are in a week. Read 6) Read aloud the words given. think let go walk again may stop fly again rain open 7) R  ead aloud the sentences. Circle the words which have the letters ‘tch’, ‘ck’, ‘ss’ and ‘ll’. a) The door has a latch. 32 b) That is her doll. c) We will watch the quiz. d) I have a pain in my neck. e) The bird has thick feathers. f) There were 20 children in the class.

Write 8) Match the pictures with the activities. (1M per question) go to bed brush my teeth eat dinner play sports take a shower do my homework In the morning. . . a) b) In the afternoon. . . d) c) 33 Time and Calendar

At night. . . f) e) 9) Write down your daily routine. The first sentence is done for you. (1M per question) a) I wake up in the morning. b) After that . c) Then I . d) In the afternoon I . . 34 e) Then I f) In the evening, I .

g) Then I . h) At night, I . 10) Complete the words with ‘ch’ or ‘tch’ (1M per question) a) ch b) ch tch tch la ca c) ch d) ch tch tch tea wi e) ch 35 tch pea Time and Calendar

Value-based Questions 11) Write true or false. (1M per question) a) We should always wake up early. b) All birds come out at night. c) We eat lunch in the evening. d) We brush our teeth in the morning. e) We go to school at night. 12) Fill in the missing letters and number the months in the correct order. (1M per question) Ap ia)  M r h36 b)  J nc)

Jd) l Me) y Activity If you look at the night sky and join the stars you can find patterns which look like animals, people or things. Given below is a picture of the sky filled with stars. Join the stars and see what patterns you can make. Name the patterns and show them to your friends. 37 Time and Calendar

Unit 2: Time and Calendar(Section 2 – pages 100–105) Warm Up A day has many parts. It has a morning, an afternoon, an evening and a night. We do different things at different times of the day. Look at the pictures and match them with the time of the day. a) A) morning b) B) afternoon c) C) night 38 d) D) evening

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word read walk Word Meaning market Listen 1) Listen carefully and circle the words that your teacher reads out. play run walk read 39 comb wake up sleep help dress up watch go eat Time and Calendar

Think 2) Given below are some lines with jumbled words. Write them in the correct order to form meaningful sentences. a) on Jill is hill the. b) dog The ran a after ball. c) have I a puppy small. 40

d) is book reading Rita a. e) in go to the I evening park the. Speak 3) Divide your class into pairs. Write down five questions that you want 41 to ask your partner about their daily routine. Then, ask and answer the questions. Your questions should start like: When do you. . . While answering the questions, use: In the morning. . . / In the evening. . . / In the afternoon. . . / At night. . . Then, share the information you collected about your partner in class. Example: Sana does her homework in the evening. She eats her dinner in the evening. She goes to school in the morning. She brushes her teeth in the morning and at night. She eats her lunch in the afternoon. Time and Calendar

Read 4) Read these words aloud. laugh shall together grow clean carry kind cut fall hurt 5) Read aloud the following story. One Sunday morning, I went for a walk with my father. On the way we bought some bananas. We went inside a big garden. My father walked very fast. I had to run to catch up with him. As we reached the middle of the garden, we saw many monkeys. My father and I gave the bananas to the monkeys. The monkeys happily ate all the bananas. Now replace the underlined words with some other naming words and make a new story. Read it out to your classmates. Write 6) Read the story in the textbook and fill in the blanks. (1M per question) a) Grandpa likes to walk in the . 42 b) We get water from the well in the . c) I read a book in the .

d) I go to bed at . e) I help my mother in the . 7) Read the words given below and fill in the blanks with same sounding words. (1M per question) a) much clutch b) loss moss c) cell tell d) luck duck 43 e) quack sack Time and Calendar

Value-based Question 8) It is important to have healthy habits. Fill in the blanks with the correct words from the box to complete the sentences. (1M per question) cut  wash  sleep  eat  cover a) We should our hands before and after eating food. our mouth when we sneeze. b) We should c) We should healthy. d) We should for eight to ten hours. 44 e) We should our nails.

Activity Given below is a daily routine chart. Mark the chart daily for a week. Count and share the number of right ticks with your classmates. See who had the maximum number of good habits in that week. Things I did Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat I brushed my teeth. I cleaned my room. I finished my homework on time. I helped my parents. I cut my nails. I ate healthy food. I had a bath. 45 Time and Calendar

Unit 3: Rain… Rain… Rain…(Section 1 – pages 106–115) Warm Up Every year there are months when it rains a lot. The season at that time is called the monsoon or rainy season. Look at the pictures related to different seasons. Then, circle the things that you can see on a rainy day. snowman umbrella puddle thunder and lightning raincoat 46 Sun

Picture Glossary Word Meaning Meaning Word stormy waterfall day Word Meaning Meaning Word stream pebbles Word Meaning kingfisher 47 Rain… Rain… Rain…

Listen 1) Listen carefully to your teacher. Number the action words describing the movement of raindrops in the order that your teacher reads out the words. fall run swim bounce leap travel 2) Listen carefully to your teacher. Match and complete the sentences. Then, read them aloud. a) I am a little raindrop A) a stream and crosses which the woods. b) The little raindrop B) c omes down from the sky. c) It runs down C) and joins the river. d) It joins D) and joins the sea. 48 E) falls into a puddle. e) It bounces over F) the waterfall. pebbles f) It travels with the river

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