NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 11 - Hiawatha [Latest edition]

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Solutions for Chapter 11: Hiawatha

Below listed, you can find solutions for Chapter 11 of CBSE NCERT for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse.


Hiawatha
Hiawatha [Pages 93 - 101]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 11 Hiawatha Hiawatha [Pages 93 - 101]

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 93

New words

wigwam, beavers, acorns, reindeer, timid

Reading is fun

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 94

Who was Hiawatha?

Hiawatha | Q 2. | Page 94

Who was Nokomis?

Hiawatha | Q 3. | Page 94

What did he learn about the birds?

Hiawatha | Q 4. | Page 94

What secrets did he learn about beasts?

Let’s listen

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 94

Whisper a secret in your partner’s ear. The partner will in turn whisper his secret in your ear.

Now talk about the secret aloud. 

Chinese Whisper

Hiawatha | Q 2. | Page 95

Form a circle and whisper a secret into the ear of the person on your right. He in turn whispers into the ear of the person on the right. Pass the secret on till it goes around the circle. The last person will tell the secret aloud. Is the secret the same as what the first child had whispered?

Let’s talk

Hiawatha | Q 1. a) | Page 95

Do you think that –

Hiawatha liked learning new languages?

Hiawatha | Q 1. b) | Page 95

Do you think that –

Hiawatha called the birds ‘chickens’ and the beasts ‘brothers’? What do you think this shows?

Hiawatha | Q 1. c) | Page 95

Do you think that –

Do birds have secrets?

Hiawatha | Q 1. d) | Page 95

Do you think that –

Do you know the secret language of any animal? Tell the class about it.

Say aloud

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 96

Use words beginning with 'h' sound like -

hat, house, hen, hide, horse, heart, hand etc.

Make a pair of words, one a ‘describing word’ and one a ‘naming word’.

Happy Hiawatha, hungry hippopotamus, high horse, heavy hand.

Hiawatha | Q 2. | Page 96

Have you seen

  1. a hippopotamus in a hat?
  2. a hen in a beehive?
  3. a helicopter with hair?
  4. a horse drink honey?

Let’s Share

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 96

Make a story of the poem and share it with your friends. You can change Hiawatha’s name and give the name of your classmate. Start the story which other children can continue. Happy Hiawatha, hungry hippopotamus, high horse, heavy hand.

You could begin like this –

Once upon a time there was a boy called 

Let’s write

Hiawatha | Q 1. | Page 97

This is a park where children talk to different animals and birds. Write four sentences about the picture. Use capital letters where required, complete sentences and punctuation.

Now colour the picture.

Hiawatha | Q 2. | Page 98

Where do the following live ?

  1. Birds live in
  2. Rabbits live in
  3. Beavers live in
Hiawatha | Q 3. | Page 98

Describe Hiawatha, his home and friends in ten lines.

Hiawatha | Q 4. | Page 98

What did Hiawatha love?

Hiawatha | Q 5. | Page 99

Match with and write the complete sentences below.

A B
Whenever I go, I have friends.
Whoever I am hungry, I eat.
Wherever comes first, wins.
Hiawatha | Q 6. A) | Page 99

Complete the following stories by using an appropriate word from the box given below –

my, his, he, your

Ram was a farmer. wanted to sell ______ ______ goats and sheep. So he went to the market. There sold all ______ animals to a rich man and got a lot of money. When he was going back to village, three thieves

stopped him. “Stop! Give us all ______ money.” Ram was very clever. He said, “I'll give ______ money to the strongest of you.” On hearing this, the thieves started fighting amongst themselves. Ram slipped away quietly.

Hiawatha | Q 6. B) | Page 99

Complete the following stories by using an appropriate word from the box given below –

my, his, he, your

Sitting on a tree a crow was enjoying a piece of bread. A hungry fox wanted to have that bread. said very sweetly, “Dear brother, I've heard that ______ voice is very sweet. Please sing a song for me.” The foolish crow opened ______ beak and the piece of bread fell down. The fox picked it up in ______ mouth and ran away.

Hiawatha | Q 7. a) | Page 101

Some words have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the option and fill in the blank.

The bird sits on a______.

  • bow

  • bough

Hiawatha | Q 7. b) | Page 101

Some words have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the option and fill in the blank.

The squirrel has a long ______.

  • tail

  • tale

Hiawatha | Q 7. c) | Page 101

Some words have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the options and fill in the blank.

I have to leave at ______.

  • too

  • two

Hiawatha | Q 7. d) | Page 101

Some word have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the options and fill in the blank.

This sum is ______.

  • right

  • write

Hiawatha | Q 7. e) | Page 101

Some word have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the options and fill in the blank.

I can ______ the bird's song.

  • hear

  • here

Hiawatha | Q 7. f) | Page 101

Some word have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the options and fill in the blank.

Do you ______ a secret?

  • no

  • know

Hiawatha | Q 7. g) | Page 101

Some word have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the option and fill in the blank.

The King sits on the ______.

  • thrown

  • throne

Hiawatha | Q 7. h) | Page 101

Some word have similar sound, but different meaning. Choose the correct word from the option and fill in the blank.

He is our school ______.

  • principal 

  • principle

Solutions for Chapter 11: Hiawatha

Hiawatha
NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 11 - Hiawatha - Shaalaa.com

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 11 - Hiawatha

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