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Question 1: Learn New Words
A) Bunch: a number of things of the same kind kept together Example sentences:
1) I gave a bunch of white flowers to my teacher.
2) I ate a bunch of grapes in the morning.
B) Square: a four sided area surrounded by buildings Example sentences:
1) We made a square in our notebook.
2) Meet me at the market square.
C) Sunny: bright sunlight Example sentences:
1) It was a sunny day outside.
2) She had a sunny smile on her face.
D) Tug: pull hard Example sentences:
1) The prisoner tugged the chains.
2) The horse tugged the cart with force.
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1) The balloon man stood in the market square.
2) The balloons start tugging when there is a wind.
3) The child would like balloon man to let the balloons go sailing high in the sky.
How high can balloons fly?
What do you like about this poem?
Disclaimer: These are sample answers. Students are advised to write the answer based on their experience and observation.
1) Balloons can fly up to twenty feet high.
2) I like the colourful balloons in the poem that fly high in the sky .
Question 3: Identify the words from the jumbled letters and write the word in the space provided.
Question 4: Put the words given in the box into the following groups
(a) Nature ________
(b) Food ________
(c) Colours ________
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Question 1: How many colours can you find hidden in this maze? Write their names below.
Question 2: Fill in the blanks in the balloons with their opposites. You can find them in the poem The Balloon Man. One is done for you.
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• Take any magazine or newspaper which has colourful pages.
• Cut out balloons of various sizes and shapes carefully, using a pair of scissors.
• Paste the balloons on a large sheet of paper.
• Arrange them to make a colourful bunch of ballons.
• Draw a string for each balloon in a different colour.
Disclaimer: This is a creative activity to be done along with your friends in the classroom as per the instructions given.