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Flying High
8 8
8 8 8
On my head I have a crest,
All say I dance the best,
Of my feathers I am proud,
Before the  rain I cry aloud
_____________________________
.
My feathers are green,
My beak’s red,
Guava and green chilli
I’m fed,
I love to imitate people’s voice,
And keep making a lot of
noise ____________________
.
Long and grooved is my tail,
High up in the sky I sail,
I pick and eat all the mice.
The ________ is what you
call me.
Black are my feathers and
black is my _____________
.
kau-kau I do all day long
_________________________
.
52
2019-20
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not to be republished
Page 2


Flying High
8 8
8 8 8
On my head I have a crest,
All say I dance the best,
Of my feathers I am proud,
Before the  rain I cry aloud
_____________________________
.
My feathers are green,
My beak’s red,
Guava and green chilli
I’m fed,
I love to imitate people’s voice,
And keep making a lot of
noise ____________________
.
Long and grooved is my tail,
High up in the sky I sail,
I pick and eat all the mice.
The ________ is what you
call me.
Black are my feathers and
black is my _____________
.
kau-kau I do all day long
_________________________
.
52
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
My beak is pink, feathers
grey,
Guter Ghoo I go on all day,
In houses I make my home,
A _______ is how I’m known.
Koohu-Koohu is my
sound,
Everywhere I am found,
My sweet voice gives me
fame,
_____________ is my name.
Dead animals I do eat,
Making places clean and
neat,
High up in the _______ I fly,
Vulture is what I’m called
by.
My beak is very special,
I use it like a needle,
Stitching leaves I make
my home,
The _______ bird is how
I’m known.
In trunk of trees holes
I make,
Hidden insects I intake,
Tuk-tuk-tuk I work all day.
The woodpecker is what
people say.
53
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
Page 3


Flying High
8 8
8 8 8
On my head I have a crest,
All say I dance the best,
Of my feathers I am proud,
Before the  rain I cry aloud
_____________________________
.
My feathers are green,
My beak’s red,
Guava and green chilli
I’m fed,
I love to imitate people’s voice,
And keep making a lot of
noise ____________________
.
Long and grooved is my tail,
High up in the sky I sail,
I pick and eat all the mice.
The ________ is what you
call me.
Black are my feathers and
black is my _____________
.
kau-kau I do all day long
_________________________
.
52
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
My beak is pink, feathers
grey,
Guter Ghoo I go on all day,
In houses I make my home,
A _______ is how I’m known.
Koohu-Koohu is my
sound,
Everywhere I am found,
My sweet voice gives me
fame,
_____________ is my name.
Dead animals I do eat,
Making places clean and
neat,
High up in the _______ I fly,
Vulture is what I’m called
by.
My beak is very special,
I use it like a needle,
Stitching leaves I make
my home,
The _______ bird is how
I’m known.
In trunk of trees holes
I make,
Hidden insects I intake,
Tuk-tuk-tuk I work all day.
The woodpecker is what
people say.
53
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
54
The owl said – Stop this hullabaloo. Why are you quarrelling ?
We are all special in our own ways.  Our claws, beaks, feathers
and sounds are different yet we are all birds.  If we all looked
alike, ate the same food and made the same sounds, think how
dull the world would be!
i Which of the birds mentioned in the lesson have you
seen? Write their names.
_________ _________ _________ _________
_________ _________ _________ _________
i Now go outside and look for birds on trees, in water,
on the ground, in and around bushes.  How many
birds could you see?
i In the table write the names of birds and ‘ü’ the place
where you saw them.  If you do not know the names
of any bird then write how you would know it.
If the children see the birds outside they can recognise them easily even
when drawn on paper. In order to fill in the blanks it is important that
the children know the characteristics of birds even if they do not know
their names.
Why is there so much
noise in the jungle?
I just cannot sleep.
Dear Owl, the birds are
all praising themselves
and shouting.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
Page 4


Flying High
8 8
8 8 8
On my head I have a crest,
All say I dance the best,
Of my feathers I am proud,
Before the  rain I cry aloud
_____________________________
.
My feathers are green,
My beak’s red,
Guava and green chilli
I’m fed,
I love to imitate people’s voice,
And keep making a lot of
noise ____________________
.
Long and grooved is my tail,
High up in the sky I sail,
I pick and eat all the mice.
The ________ is what you
call me.
Black are my feathers and
black is my _____________
.
kau-kau I do all day long
_________________________
.
52
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
My beak is pink, feathers
grey,
Guter Ghoo I go on all day,
In houses I make my home,
A _______ is how I’m known.
Koohu-Koohu is my
sound,
Everywhere I am found,
My sweet voice gives me
fame,
_____________ is my name.
Dead animals I do eat,
Making places clean and
neat,
High up in the _______ I fly,
Vulture is what I’m called
by.
My beak is very special,
I use it like a needle,
Stitching leaves I make
my home,
The _______ bird is how
I’m known.
In trunk of trees holes
I make,
Hidden insects I intake,
Tuk-tuk-tuk I work all day.
The woodpecker is what
people say.
53
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
54
The owl said – Stop this hullabaloo. Why are you quarrelling ?
We are all special in our own ways.  Our claws, beaks, feathers
and sounds are different yet we are all birds.  If we all looked
alike, ate the same food and made the same sounds, think how
dull the world would be!
i Which of the birds mentioned in the lesson have you
seen? Write their names.
_________ _________ _________ _________
_________ _________ _________ _________
i Now go outside and look for birds on trees, in water,
on the ground, in and around bushes.  How many
birds could you see?
i In the table write the names of birds and ‘ü’ the place
where you saw them.  If you do not know the names
of any bird then write how you would know it.
If the children see the birds outside they can recognise them easily even
when drawn on paper. In order to fill in the blanks it is important that
the children know the characteristics of birds even if they do not know
their names.
Why is there so much
noise in the jungle?
I just cannot sleep.
Dear Owl, the birds are
all praising themselves
and shouting.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
55
Where you saw it
Name of In water On the On the In the Flying
Have you ever noticed that different birds have
different types of beaks.
Given below are pictures of beaks of birds.  Look
at them carefully.  Identify the birds and write their
names.
In order to develop children’s interest in birds let them observe the
birds quietly. They should also learn to note down their observations
and ask them to share in the class.
the bird tree ground house
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
Page 5


Flying High
8 8
8 8 8
On my head I have a crest,
All say I dance the best,
Of my feathers I am proud,
Before the  rain I cry aloud
_____________________________
.
My feathers are green,
My beak’s red,
Guava and green chilli
I’m fed,
I love to imitate people’s voice,
And keep making a lot of
noise ____________________
.
Long and grooved is my tail,
High up in the sky I sail,
I pick and eat all the mice.
The ________ is what you
call me.
Black are my feathers and
black is my _____________
.
kau-kau I do all day long
_________________________
.
52
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
My beak is pink, feathers
grey,
Guter Ghoo I go on all day,
In houses I make my home,
A _______ is how I’m known.
Koohu-Koohu is my
sound,
Everywhere I am found,
My sweet voice gives me
fame,
_____________ is my name.
Dead animals I do eat,
Making places clean and
neat,
High up in the _______ I fly,
Vulture is what I’m called
by.
My beak is very special,
I use it like a needle,
Stitching leaves I make
my home,
The _______ bird is how
I’m known.
In trunk of trees holes
I make,
Hidden insects I intake,
Tuk-tuk-tuk I work all day.
The woodpecker is what
people say.
53
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
54
The owl said – Stop this hullabaloo. Why are you quarrelling ?
We are all special in our own ways.  Our claws, beaks, feathers
and sounds are different yet we are all birds.  If we all looked
alike, ate the same food and made the same sounds, think how
dull the world would be!
i Which of the birds mentioned in the lesson have you
seen? Write their names.
_________ _________ _________ _________
_________ _________ _________ _________
i Now go outside and look for birds on trees, in water,
on the ground, in and around bushes.  How many
birds could you see?
i In the table write the names of birds and ‘ü’ the place
where you saw them.  If you do not know the names
of any bird then write how you would know it.
If the children see the birds outside they can recognise them easily even
when drawn on paper. In order to fill in the blanks it is important that
the children know the characteristics of birds even if they do not know
their names.
Why is there so much
noise in the jungle?
I just cannot sleep.
Dear Owl, the birds are
all praising themselves
and shouting.
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
55
Where you saw it
Name of In water On the On the In the Flying
Have you ever noticed that different birds have
different types of beaks.
Given below are pictures of beaks of birds.  Look
at them carefully.  Identify the birds and write their
names.
In order to develop children’s interest in birds let them observe the
birds quietly. They should also learn to note down their observations
and ask them to share in the class.
the bird tree ground house
2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
56
In the blank space draw a picture of the beak of some other
bird, colour it and write its name.
Just as birds have different types of beaks, they also eat
different types of food.  While some eat fruits, some eat seeds.
Some eat eggs, while others eat fish.
Match the birds with their food.
56
2019-20
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