Going to School
Ear to Ear
A Day with Nandu
The Story of Amrita
Anita and the Honeybees
From the Window
Reaching Grandmother’s House
Hu Tu Tu, Hu Tu Tu
The Valley of Flowers
A River’s Tale
From Market to Home
A Busy Month
Nandita in Mumbai
Too Much Water, Too Little Water
Abdul in the Garden
Food and Fun
The World in My Home
Home and Abroad
Defence Officer : Wahida
Chuskit Goes to School
Find out the material from which your friend's house is made? Is there any difference between your house and his house? Write about it.
Talk to any one of your grandparents or any other elderly person. Find out, when she or he was eight-nine years old -
- Where did she or he live? Name that place.
- From what material was her or his house made?
- Did they have a toilet in their house? If no, where was it?
- In which part of the house was food cooked?
- A lot of mud was used when Chetandas' house was made. Why?
Chetandas tells that people from the basti used to come to clean the toilets and take away the waste. They were not allowed to enter the house.
- The people who used the toilets did not clean them. Discuss.
- Is there a toilet in your house? Who cleans it?
Look at the picture. People are given names according to the work they do. For example, a person who works with wood is called a carpenter.
In your place, what do you call a person who works with wood?