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NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 7 - A Watering Rhyme [Latest edition]

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Chapter 7: A Watering Rhyme

A Watering Rhyme
A Watering Rhyme [Pages 115 - 120]

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse Chapter 7 A Watering Rhyme A Watering Rhyme [Pages 115 - 120]

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 115

New words

hour, watering, noonday, boots, soak, heat

Reading is fun

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 116

What is the best time to water the plants?

A Watering Rhyme | Q 2. | Page 116

When should we not water the plants?

A Watering Rhyme | Q 3. | Page 116

Which part of the plant should be watered?

Word building

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 1. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

PAETWEES - S _ _ _ _ _ _ A

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 2. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

MRAIDOLGM _ _ _ _ _ _ D

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 3. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

JMINEAS - J _ _ _ _ _ E

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 4. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

TLOUS - L _ _ _ S

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 5. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

ARGOM - M _ _ _ A

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 6. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

DHAAIL - D _ _ _ _ A

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 7. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

XOLHP - P _ _ _ X

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 8. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

ANSPY - P _ _ _ Y

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. 9. | Page 116

Place letter in their right order to form the name of flower.

BISIHCUS - H _ _ _ _ _ _ S

Fun time

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 117

You have visited your school garden and seen different kinds of plants, shrubs and trees. This grid has the names of different parts of a tree. Look for these words- 

BUD, POD, LEAF, STEM, ROOTS, THORNS, BRANCHES and FLOWERS as fast as you can – vertically, horizontally and diagonally.

Let’s talk

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 117

Do you have a garden at home?

A Watering Rhyme | Q 2. | Page 117

Name some flowers which grow in your garden or near your house.

A Watering Rhyme | Q 3. | Page 117

Give another word for ‘thirsty feet’.

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. | Page 118

What happens when we water plants in the morning? Choose one answer.

  • They will grow well.

  • They will dry up.

A Watering Rhyme | Q 5. | Page 118

From where do flowers get water?

Choose one answer

  • From the bottom (roots).

  • From the top (leaves).

Say aloud

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 118

Pick out the silent letters from these words

  silent letter
hour  
knit  
wrong  
doubt  
often  
know  
night  
could  
write  
knife  
high  
walk  

Let’s write

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 118

Write rhyming words for the words given below. One has been done for you.

  1. morning - evening
  2. car
  3. high
  4. boots
  5. heat
  6. where
A Watering Rhyme | Q 2. | Page 119

Words like morning, evening, watering end in ing. Write six more words to which ing can be added at the end to form a new word.

  1. ______.
  2. ______.
  3. ______
  4. ______.
  5. ______
  6. ______.
A Watering Rhyme | Q 3. | Page 119

Look for words in the poem which sound like the words given below.

  1. are ______
  2. there ______
  3. flour ______
  4. where ______ 
  5. son ______
  6. threw ______
A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. a) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

on monday i will go to school

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. b) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

rahim ravi and raju are going to see the circus

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. c) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

sita where are you looking

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. d) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

the tailor went to the market mr singh

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. e) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

every sunday i go for a walk have breakfast read story books listen to music and watch television

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. f) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

laxmi why are you crying

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. g) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

what is the colour of the sky

A Watering Rhyme | Q 4. h) | Page 119

In the sentence below the capital letter, comma, full stop and question mark are missing. Put these in the correct place.

oranges mangoes bananas and papayas are fruits

Team time

A Watering Rhyme | Q 1. | Page 120

Write a story about a plant that is in danger. Write about how you might help to save it. Be sure the story has a beginning, a middle, and an end.

A Watering Rhyme | Q 2. | Page 120

Prepare a speech giving some reasons why it is important to protect flowers and plants. Include ways that you could help protect endangered plants in your school.

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Chapter 7: A Watering Rhyme

A Watering Rhyme
NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 7 - A Watering Rhyme - Shaalaa.com

NCERT solutions for English - Marigold Class 4 Cbse chapter 7 - A Watering Rhyme

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