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the story of the road
It is early morning.
The road is asleep.
Everything is quiet.
But listen!
The birds are calling softly.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup.”
“Caw, caw caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw caw,” “wake up, wake up.”
Here is someone else now.
“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling.”
It is the newspaper boy.
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the story of the road
It is early morning.
The road is asleep.
Everything is quiet.
But listen!
The birds are calling softly.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup.”
“Caw, caw caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw caw,” “wake up, wake up.”
Here is someone else now.
“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling.”
It is the newspaper boy.
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“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling,” says his bicycle.
“Tring-a-ling, wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the  sparrows.
“Chirrup, Chirrup.”
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
Who is this coming now?
It is the vegetable man.
“Peas, cauliflowers, cabbages,”
says the vegetable man.
“Potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots.”
“Caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp.
Chatter, chatter, chatter, chatter.
Who are these?
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the story of the road
It is early morning.
The road is asleep.
Everything is quiet.
But listen!
The birds are calling softly.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup.”
“Caw, caw caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw caw,” “wake up, wake up.”
Here is someone else now.
“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling.”
It is the newspaper boy.
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“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling,” says his bicycle.
“Tring-a-ling, wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the  sparrows.
“Chirrup, Chirrup.”
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
Who is this coming now?
It is the vegetable man.
“Peas, cauliflowers, cabbages,”
says the vegetable man.
“Potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots.”
“Caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp.
Chatter, chatter, chatter, chatter.
Who are these?
58
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They are children going to school.
“Chatter, chatter, chatter,” talk the school children.
“Tramp, tramp, tramp,” go their shoes.
“Peas, carrots, cabbages,” calls the vegetable man.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up”.
“Caw, caw, caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw, wake up.”
“Wake up!” asks the road.
“Can't you see, you foolish bird?
I am wide awake.”
Poile Sengupta
New words
newspaper, cucumbers, cabbage, potatoes, radish,
cauliflower, foolish
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the story of the road
It is early morning.
The road is asleep.
Everything is quiet.
But listen!
The birds are calling softly.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup.”
“Caw, caw caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw caw,” “wake up, wake up.”
Here is someone else now.
“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling.”
It is the newspaper boy.
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“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling,” says his bicycle.
“Tring-a-ling, wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the  sparrows.
“Chirrup, Chirrup.”
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
Who is this coming now?
It is the vegetable man.
“Peas, cauliflowers, cabbages,”
says the vegetable man.
“Potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots.”
“Caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp.
Chatter, chatter, chatter, chatter.
Who are these?
58
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They are children going to school.
“Chatter, chatter, chatter,” talk the school children.
“Tramp, tramp, tramp,” go their shoes.
“Peas, carrots, cabbages,” calls the vegetable man.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up”.
“Caw, caw, caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw, wake up.”
“Wake up!” asks the road.
“Can't you see, you foolish bird?
I am wide awake.”
Poile Sengupta
New words
newspaper, cucumbers, cabbage, potatoes, radish,
cauliflower, foolish
59
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1. What sounds do you hear on the road in the morning?
2. What is the vegetable man selling?
3. Why is the road annoyed with the crow?
1.
Talk about how you would cross the road.
2. Can you make the sounds which you hear when you
walk on the road? Talk about them.
3. Use and alternatively in the following
sentences:
I ______________ hear the sound of cars.
I ______________ hear the train whistle.
I  ______________ hear the wind blow.
I ______________ hear the clock.
I ______________ hear the sound of feet.
I ______________ hear the sound of moving of chairs.
I ______________ hear the dogs barking.
Stop, Look and Listen
Stop, Look and Listen
Before you cross the street.
Use your eyes, use your ears
And then use your feet.
can cannot
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Reading is fun
Talk time
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the story of the road
It is early morning.
The road is asleep.
Everything is quiet.
But listen!
The birds are calling softly.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup.”
“Caw, caw caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw caw,” “wake up, wake up.”
Here is someone else now.
“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling.”
It is the newspaper boy.
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“Tring-a-ling, tring-a-ling,” says his bicycle.
“Tring-a-ling, wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the  sparrows.
“Chirrup, Chirrup.”
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
Who is this coming now?
It is the vegetable man.
“Peas, cauliflowers, cabbages,”
says the vegetable man.
“Potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots.”
“Caw,” says the crow, “wake up.”
“Chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
Tramp, tramp, tramp, tramp.
Chatter, chatter, chatter, chatter.
Who are these?
58
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They are children going to school.
“Chatter, chatter, chatter,” talk the school children.
“Tramp, tramp, tramp,” go their shoes.
“Peas, carrots, cabbages,” calls the vegetable man.
“Chirrup, chirrup, chirrup,” say the sparrows.
“Caw, caw,” says the crow, “wake up”.
“Caw, caw, caw,” says the crow.
“Caw, caw, wake up.”
“Wake up!” asks the road.
“Can't you see, you foolish bird?
I am wide awake.”
Poile Sengupta
New words
newspaper, cucumbers, cabbage, potatoes, radish,
cauliflower, foolish
59
2019-20
1. What sounds do you hear on the road in the morning?
2. What is the vegetable man selling?
3. Why is the road annoyed with the crow?
1.
Talk about how you would cross the road.
2. Can you make the sounds which you hear when you
walk on the road? Talk about them.
3. Use and alternatively in the following
sentences:
I ______________ hear the sound of cars.
I ______________ hear the train whistle.
I  ______________ hear the wind blow.
I ______________ hear the clock.
I ______________ hear the sound of feet.
I ______________ hear the sound of moving of chairs.
I ______________ hear the dogs barking.
Stop, Look and Listen
Stop, Look and Listen
Before you cross the street.
Use your eyes, use your ears
And then use your feet.
can cannot
60
Reading is fun
Talk time
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Team Time
Song time
Let’s sing ‘The Bus’
Let’s Act
The Race
The wheels on the bus go
The wheels on the bus go
all through the town.
The horn on the bus goes
The wipers on the bus go
The money on the bus goes
The babies on the bus go
The driver on the bus says,
The bell on the bus goes
The windows on the bus go
I am going home in a bus.
There is a railway line alongside the road.
Look, there is a train coming.
I tell the bus driver, “
Go faster than the train!”
But the driver slows down.
There is a railway gate.
says the driver
The train whistles loudly.
“I am first!” it says.
round, round, round,
round, round, round, round, round, round.
round, round, round.
beep, beep, beep…
swish, swish, swish…
clink, clink, clink…
waa, waa, waa…
“Move on back”…
ding, ding, ding…
up and down…
Go fast!
“I must stop,”
(Traditional)
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