Friday 7 August 2020

Lesson 1 | Oh, Look at the moon questions answers| Class 4 | English | SCERT

Lesson 1 | Oh, Look at the moon questions answers| Class 4 | English | SCERT

Lesson 1 | Oh, Look at the moon questions answers| Class 4 | English | SCERT


Look at the picture and say what time it is. Name the things that you can see in the picture:

Answer: The name of the things are as follows-
                 (a) Full Moon
                 (b) A Big Tree
                 (c) Owl
                 (d) Star
                 (e) Street light
                 (f) Mom and daughter

1. Let’s find how much we have understood:

(a) What is the name of the poem?
Answer: "Oh, look at the moon” is the name of the poem.
(b) What looks like a lamp in the air?
Answer: In the picture of this poem we can see a Moon shining like a lamp in the air.
(c) What does the Moon look like when she is smaller?
Answer: It’s looks like a bow.

 “Last week she was smaller”
And shaped like a bow”

(d) What does the Moon look like when she grows bigger?
Answer: When the moon grows bigger it’s shape looks like a big “O”.


Class 4 | Oh, Look at the Moon Questions Answers

2. Let's play with rhyming words:

(i) We know rhyming words, don’t we?
(ii) Yes, mother.
(iii) Let’s play. I’ll say some words. Read the poem and say one rhyming word for each one.
(iv) OK, Mother.

(a) Took- Look
(b) Noon - Moon
(c) Hair - There
(d) Father-Mother
(e) Books - Looks
(f) Ramp - Lamp
(g) Cow - Now
(h) Taller - Smaller

3. Write the opposites of the underlined words: 

Oh, look at the moon
She is shining up there

Answer: (a) She - He
               (b) Up - Down

4. Read the following pairs of words:

(a) Before - After
(b) Outside - Inside
(c) Day - Night
(d) Far - Near
(e) Beautiful - Ugly
(f) Pick - Throw

5. Think and sat who I am:

(a) I live in the sky.
Sometimes I'm small and
Sometimes I'm big.
I glow at night

Who am I?
Answer: The answers is “Moon”.

(b) I live in the sky. 
I twinkle at night.
I'm not the moon.
Who am I?
Answer: The answers is “Star”.

(c) I'm hot
I'm bright
I'm big
I give light 
Who am I?
Answer: The answer is “Sun”.

6. Read this paragraph written by Pooja. It describes what she saw one evening:

One evening I was looking at the sky. It was seven o'clock in the evening. The moon was shining brightly. It looked like a bright lamp in the sky. I saw some stars too. Suddenly a shooting star flashed by.

Now, look at the pictures below and write a few sentences on each of them.

Answer: (a) One day when I was in the football field, I was looking at the sky wondering how the clouds are formed. The sun beside the cloud was shining brightly its seems like sun was very happy. I saw colorful kites flying in the sky and suddenly a helicopter passed by.

Answer: (b) One day in the sunny night I was taking nap in the roof of my house , Counting and waiting for the shooting stars to make a wish. I also saw a moon shining like a lamp in the air giving light to us. And all of sudden I was amazed to see beautiful aeroplane in the night. 

7. Read the story "The Wolf and the Lamb"

Once upon a time, there lived a wolf in a thick forest near a stream. Sheep, goats and cows from a village nearby came to the stream to drink water.

The wolf was a lazy and cunning animal.One hot day he was thirsty and so he came to the stream to drink water. He looked down and saw a lamb drinking water from the stream. He was happy and wanted to eat the lamb.

A wicked idea came to his mind. He tried to make the lamb frightened. He shouted at the lamb, “You foolish lamb, why are you making the water dirty? Can’t you drink without your legs in the water?” The lamb looked up and saw the wolf. But he was not frightened. He was a brave lamb. He replied politely, “But sir, you are wrong. The water is flowing from where you are standing to where I am standing. How can I make your water dirty?” The wolf did not find an answer. But he did not give up. He said, “Six months ago you called me stupid, now you have to say sorry.”

The lamb replied politely again, “But Sir, I’m only three months old.” The wolf had no answer and went away sadly.

Now, Read the story, there are some describing words in the story. Work in pairs. Underline the words and write them on the board. Here are two describing words:

(a) thick
(b) lazy 
(c) cunning
(d) thirsty
(e) happy
(f) wicked
(g) foolish
(h) brave
(i) Stupid

8. Fill in the blanks with the words in the box

(a) The wolf lived in a thick forest.
(b) The wolf came to the stream to drink water.
(c) The wolf shouted at the Lamb.
(d) The Lamb looked up and saw The wolf.

9. Look at the picture and read the sentences in the bubbles aloud:

(a) I’m going to frighten the lamb.
(b) The wolf is trying to frighten me.

10. Say as fast as you can:

(a) Wash water wolf well went
(b) The wicked wolf went to the well and washed his face with water.
(c) A little lamb lay easily on her mother’s lap.
(d) The little lamp looked at his lovely legs.

11. Look at the pictures and read:

(a) Small – smaller – smallest
(b) tall – taller – tallest

I’m a strong man
I’m stronger than you.
I’m the strongest of all.

12. Fill in the boxes with the appropriate words:

(a) Long, Longer, Longest
(b) Hot, Hotter, Hottest
(c) Happy, Happier, Happiest
(d) Big, Bigger, Biggest
(e) Short, Shorter, Shortest
(f) Brave, Braver, Bravest
(h) Wise, wiser, Wisest

13. Let’s read a few words with silent letters:

(a) Do you know some letters are silent in some words?
(b) That’s amazing
(c) Let’s read some of these words without saying the underlined letter.


13. Tick the word you hear:

(i) Lamp lamb 
(ii) Dump dumb 

14. Read the words on the whiteboard, now write them down in alphabetical order:


(a) Bone
(b) Forest
(c) lamb
(d) moon
(e) night
(f) polite 
(g) sheep
(h) smaller 
(i) village
(j) wolf

15. Look at the pictures and read the sentences: 
Now fill, in the blanks choosing the correct word from the help box:

Taller, tall, tallest

(a) Juri is a tall girl.
(b) Mili is taller than Juri.
(c) Rini is the tallest of the three.

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