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Ma, please let me go to school today, I have been at home for
the past two days. I am getting bored – said Poonam. But you
still have fever. Go outside and lie down on the cot – replied Ma.
Poonam fell asleep on the cot. Suddenly, something fell on her
face. Poonam woke up at once and touched her cheek. Oh no,
whose mischief is this? Is it the crow’s or the pigeon’s? It seems
it’s the crow's.
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1 1 1
Children learn a lot from people and things in their environment.
Through this lesson children should be given an opportunity  to observe
nature — not just sit in the class and read their lesson.
Poonam’s Day Out
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
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1
Ma, please let me go to school today, I have been at home for
the past two days. I am getting bored – said Poonam. But you
still have fever. Go outside and lie down on the cot – replied Ma.
Poonam fell asleep on the cot. Suddenly, something fell on her
face. Poonam woke up at once and touched her cheek. Oh no,
whose mischief is this? Is it the crow’s or the pigeon’s? It seems
it’s the crow's.
1 1
1 1 1
Children learn a lot from people and things in their environment.
Through this lesson children should be given an opportunity  to observe
nature — not just sit in the class and read their lesson.
Poonam’s Day Out
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
2
Which animals did Poonam see at the pond? Look at the
picture and write their names.
_______________ _______________ _______________
_______________ _______________ _______________
Poonam looked up. She saw many animals on the tree.
Which animals can you spot on the tree in the picture?
Write down their names.
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
In the book the word ‘animal’ is used for insects, birds, reptiles and
mammals. At this age, children cannot classify animals into different
categories. Try to find out what children understand by the word ‘animal’.
Encourage children to collect more details of various animals.
Poonam picked up a leaf from the ground and wiped her
cheek with it. But her cheek was still sticky. She thought – Let
me go and wash my face in the nearby pond.
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not to be republished
Page 3


1
Ma, please let me go to school today, I have been at home for
the past two days. I am getting bored – said Poonam. But you
still have fever. Go outside and lie down on the cot – replied Ma.
Poonam fell asleep on the cot. Suddenly, something fell on her
face. Poonam woke up at once and touched her cheek. Oh no,
whose mischief is this? Is it the crow’s or the pigeon’s? It seems
it’s the crow's.
1 1
1 1 1
Children learn a lot from people and things in their environment.
Through this lesson children should be given an opportunity  to observe
nature — not just sit in the class and read their lesson.
Poonam’s Day Out
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
2
Which animals did Poonam see at the pond? Look at the
picture and write their names.
_______________ _______________ _______________
_______________ _______________ _______________
Poonam looked up. She saw many animals on the tree.
Which animals can you spot on the tree in the picture?
Write down their names.
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
In the book the word ‘animal’ is used for insects, birds, reptiles and
mammals. At this age, children cannot classify animals into different
categories. Try to find out what children understand by the word ‘animal’.
Encourage children to collect more details of various animals.
Poonam picked up a leaf from the ground and wiped her
cheek with it. But her cheek was still sticky. She thought – Let
me go and wash my face in the nearby pond.
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
3
Can you act like the animals seen at the pond? Which
animal makes what kind of sounds and movements?
Try to make similar sounds.
can fly _____________ _____________ _____________
can crawl _____________ _____________ _____________
can walk _____________ _____________ _____________
can hop _____________ _____________ _____________
have wings_____________ _____________ _____________
have feet _____________ _____________ _____________
have a tail _____________ _____________ _____________
You must have seen many animals too. Write which of
them –
Animals live in different places. Some animals live in the trees,
some in water. Some live on land, some live under the ground
and some fly in the sky. Some animals even live in our houses.
Children love to look at the colours, shapes and movement of animals
and listen to their sounds. They enjoy imitating them too. Looking at
the diversity in the animal world and putting them under different
groups is the beginning of classification.
Different animals move in different ways to go from one place
to another. Some animals walk, some crawl, some fly and some
swim. For this, some animals use their feet, some use their
wings. Some animals even take the help of their tail.
2019-20 2019-20
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Page 4


1
Ma, please let me go to school today, I have been at home for
the past two days. I am getting bored – said Poonam. But you
still have fever. Go outside and lie down on the cot – replied Ma.
Poonam fell asleep on the cot. Suddenly, something fell on her
face. Poonam woke up at once and touched her cheek. Oh no,
whose mischief is this? Is it the crow’s or the pigeon’s? It seems
it’s the crow's.
1 1
1 1 1
Children learn a lot from people and things in their environment.
Through this lesson children should be given an opportunity  to observe
nature — not just sit in the class and read their lesson.
Poonam’s Day Out
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
2
Which animals did Poonam see at the pond? Look at the
picture and write their names.
_______________ _______________ _______________
_______________ _______________ _______________
Poonam looked up. She saw many animals on the tree.
Which animals can you spot on the tree in the picture?
Write down their names.
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
In the book the word ‘animal’ is used for insects, birds, reptiles and
mammals. At this age, children cannot classify animals into different
categories. Try to find out what children understand by the word ‘animal’.
Encourage children to collect more details of various animals.
Poonam picked up a leaf from the ground and wiped her
cheek with it. But her cheek was still sticky. She thought – Let
me go and wash my face in the nearby pond.
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
3
Can you act like the animals seen at the pond? Which
animal makes what kind of sounds and movements?
Try to make similar sounds.
can fly _____________ _____________ _____________
can crawl _____________ _____________ _____________
can walk _____________ _____________ _____________
can hop _____________ _____________ _____________
have wings_____________ _____________ _____________
have feet _____________ _____________ _____________
have a tail _____________ _____________ _____________
You must have seen many animals too. Write which of
them –
Animals live in different places. Some animals live in the trees,
some in water. Some live on land, some live under the ground
and some fly in the sky. Some animals even live in our houses.
Children love to look at the colours, shapes and movement of animals
and listen to their sounds. They enjoy imitating them too. Looking at
the diversity in the animal world and putting them under different
groups is the beginning of classification.
Different animals move in different ways to go from one place
to another. Some animals walk, some crawl, some fly and some
swim. For this, some animals use their feet, some use their
wings. Some animals even take the help of their tail.
2019-20 2019-20
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not to be republished
4
i Look at the pictures given below. Colour the animals
that do not live in your house.
4
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1
Ma, please let me go to school today, I have been at home for
the past two days. I am getting bored – said Poonam. But you
still have fever. Go outside and lie down on the cot – replied Ma.
Poonam fell asleep on the cot. Suddenly, something fell on her
face. Poonam woke up at once and touched her cheek. Oh no,
whose mischief is this? Is it the crow’s or the pigeon’s? It seems
it’s the crow's.
1 1
1 1 1
Children learn a lot from people and things in their environment.
Through this lesson children should be given an opportunity  to observe
nature — not just sit in the class and read their lesson.
Poonam’s Day Out
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
2
Which animals did Poonam see at the pond? Look at the
picture and write their names.
_______________ _______________ _______________
_______________ _______________ _______________
Poonam looked up. She saw many animals on the tree.
Which animals can you spot on the tree in the picture?
Write down their names.
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
____________ ____________ ____________ ____________
In the book the word ‘animal’ is used for insects, birds, reptiles and
mammals. At this age, children cannot classify animals into different
categories. Try to find out what children understand by the word ‘animal’.
Encourage children to collect more details of various animals.
Poonam picked up a leaf from the ground and wiped her
cheek with it. But her cheek was still sticky. She thought – Let
me go and wash my face in the nearby pond.
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
3
Can you act like the animals seen at the pond? Which
animal makes what kind of sounds and movements?
Try to make similar sounds.
can fly _____________ _____________ _____________
can crawl _____________ _____________ _____________
can walk _____________ _____________ _____________
can hop _____________ _____________ _____________
have wings_____________ _____________ _____________
have feet _____________ _____________ _____________
have a tail _____________ _____________ _____________
You must have seen many animals too. Write which of
them –
Animals live in different places. Some animals live in the trees,
some in water. Some live on land, some live under the ground
and some fly in the sky. Some animals even live in our houses.
Children love to look at the colours, shapes and movement of animals
and listen to their sounds. They enjoy imitating them too. Looking at
the diversity in the animal world and putting them under different
groups is the beginning of classification.
Different animals move in different ways to go from one place
to another. Some animals walk, some crawl, some fly and some
swim. For this, some animals use their feet, some use their
wings. Some animals even take the help of their tail.
2019-20 2019-20
© NCERT 
not to be republished
4
i Look at the pictures given below. Colour the animals
that do not live in your house.
4
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5
1. Banana is what I love eating,
I spend my time jumping and leaping.
2. On the walls, webs I weave,
Where insects stick and cannot leave.
3. I remain awake the whole night,
And go to sleep in broad daylight.
4. Croak, croak, croak is my sound,
In water or on land I am found.
5. I appear after rainfall,
Have no feet so I crawl.
6. Slow and steady is my pace,
I always win when there is a race.
Who am I? Who am I? Who am I? Who am I? Who am I?
Find my name in the crossword and put a circle 
around it. One example has been given.
i Here are some incomplete pictures of animals.
Complete them and write their names below.
Riddle No. 6 is based on the story of Panchatantra ‘The Hare and the
Tortoise’. Tell children other stories from the Panchatantra and
encourage them to read more of these.
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m s n a i l n
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