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NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 5 - Don’t be Afraid of the Dark [Latest edition]

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Chapter 5: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

ExerciseReading is funWord buildingWord BuldingLet’s talkSay aloudTeam timeLet’s writeLet’s listenLet’s sing
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Exercise [Page 74]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Exercise [Page 74]

Exercise | Q 1. | Page 74

New words

afraid, dark, rest, harsh, forever, troubles, cease

Reading is fun [Page 75]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Reading is fun [Page 75]

Reading is fun | Q 1. | Page 75

What is the poem about?

Reading is fun | Q 2. | Page 75

What happens when the day is over?

Reading is fun | Q 3. | Page 75

What does the earth do when the day is over?

Reading is fun | Q 4. | Page 75

What does the poet want us to do at night?

Reading is fun [Page 75]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Reading is fun [Page 75]

Reading is fun | Q 5. 1. | Page 75

Are these sentence TRUE or FALSE

The poet tells the child to be afraid when it is dark.

  • True

  • False

Reading is fun | Q 5. 2. | Page 75

Are these sentence TRUE or FALSE

The poet says that stars will always shine at night.

  • True 

  • False 

Reading is fun | Q 5. 3. | Page 75

Are these sentence TRUE or FALSE

The poet tells the child to think of friends after it is dark.

  • True 

  • False 

Word building [Page 75]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Word building [Page 75]

Word building | Q 1. | Page 75
moon + light  
good + night  
water + fall  
break + fast  
day + break  
rain + bow  
Word building, Word Bulding [Pages 75 - 76]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Word building, Word Bulding [Pages 75 - 76]

Word building | Q 1. | Page 75

Find a word in the poem which is the opposite of —

war  
enemies  
gentle  
light  
night  
start  
Word Bulding | Q 2. | Page 76

Look at these words in the poem

don’t, won’t

Here are their full forms

don’t — do not won’t — will not

Now, write the full forms of the following words

didn’t  
shouldn’t  
wouldn’t  
couldn’t  
mustn’t  
Let’s talk [Page 76]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Let’s talk [Page 76]

Let’s talk | Q 1. | Page 76

Are you afraid of the dark? Why?

Let’s talk | Q 2. | Page 76

What do you do when it is dark?

Let’s talk | Q 3. | Page 76

Have you ever been very frightened? Tell your partner about it.

Say aloud [Pages 76 - 77]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Say aloud [Pages 76 - 77]

Say aloud | Q 1. | Page 76

What is the word that starts with t , rhymes with ‘cease’, and means to playfully make fun of ?

Say aloud | Q 2. | Page 76

What is the word that starts with 'c' , rhymes with ‘near’ and ‘fear’, and means easy to see, hear and understand?

Say aloud | Q 3. | Page 77

Where did the tip of the tongue touch?

Say aloud | Q 4. | Page 77

Listen and repeat Ca -t

Say aloud | Q 5. | Page 77

Did you hear what your tongue did?

Say aloud | Q 6. | Page 77

Say these words and feel what your tongue does when you say –

toe, top, tie, ten

Team time [Pages 77 - 78]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Team time [Pages 77 - 78]

Team time | Q 1. | Page 77

Divide the class into four groups.

Team time | Q 2. | Page 77

 Imagine life without the sun.

Team time | Q 3. | Page 78

What are the things that may happen if there is no sunlight?

Team time | Q 4. | Page 78

Discuss with the group and write your ideas in your notebook.

Let’s write [Page 78]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Let’s write [Page 78]

Let’s write | Q 1. | Page 78

The red tea cups are filled with a particular word. Fill in the yellow tea cups with similar sounding words. Note the example given.

Let’s write [Pages 78 - 79]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Let’s write [Pages 78 - 79]

Let’s write | Q 2. a) | Page 78

Now complete the following sentence, choosing the right word.

The sum was ______ difficult for the class to solve. Only ______ students could do it.

(two, too)

Let’s write | Q 2. b) | Page 78

Now complete the following sentence, choosing the right word.

There was only______boy who______the prize. (one, won)

Let’s write | Q 2. c) | Page 79

Now complete the following sentences, choosing the right word.

The golden ______ was very ______ to him. (dear, deer)

Let’s write | Q 2. d) | Page 78

Now complete the following sentence, choosing the right word.

Ramu’s ______ loved to play in the ______. (sun, son)

Let’s listen [Page 79]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Let’s listen [Page 79]

Let’s listen | Q 1. | Page 79

Relax your feet, legs and entire body. Be as quiet as you can.

Let’s listen | Q 2. | Page 79

Listen to the sounds around you.

Let’s listen | Q 3. | Page 79

Tell your partner softly what you heard and ask, “What did you hear?”

Let’s listen | Q 4. | Page 79

Let your partner talk about or copy those sounds.

Let’s listen | Q 5. | Page 79

Read out the following phrases aloud. Divide them into loud and softer sounds.

  1. clapping hands
  2. a worm moving
  3. stamping feet
  4. a bud blooming
  5. a butterfly flying
  6. a feather dropping
  7. an ant walking
  8. a car moving
  9. the wind blowing
  10. ssshhhh
  11. whisper
  12. tiptoe
  13. a leaf falling
Loud sounds Softer sounds
   
Let’s sing [Page 80]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 5 Don’t be Afraid of the Dark Let’s sing [Page 80]

Let’s sing | Q 1. | Page 80

Look at the picture and describe it. Why do you think the boy is happy?


Chapter 5: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

ExerciseReading is funWord buildingWord BuldingLet’s talkSay aloudTeam timeLet’s writeLet’s listenLet’s sing
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NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 5 - Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

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