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New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
Page 2


New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
Page 3


New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
Let’s write
1. Connect the pair of sentences below using  or .
(a) It is time to get up for school.
(b) I want to sleep for some more time.
________________________________________________________
(a) Sheila got some chocolates for her birthday.
(b) She got some new clothes too.
________________________________________________________
(a) Everyone has gone to sleep.
(b) I want to read my book.
________________________________________________________
(a) Raju plays cricket.
(b) He also plays hockey.
________________________________________________________
2. Fill in the blanks according to the example given below –
and but
Reading is fun
Let’s listen
Let’s listen and talk
Say aloud
1. What do you think birds say to each other in the 
morning?
2. Who are already awake?
3. Which creatures wake up in the morning before the 
child does?
1. Listen to the songs of birds. Say the words
 and . Listen to the  sound in –
, , , , , and
2. Listen to the baby chicks – .
1. Go for a morning walk. Listen to the sounds you hear 
like rustling of leaves, wind blowing, chirping of birds, 
sounds of footsteps.
2. Imagine that a cow, a horse, a duck and a chicken are 
meeting for a morning meal. What would they say to 
one other? Talk about it.
Betty bought a bit of butter, 
But the bit of butter that Betty bought was bitter,
So Betty bought some better butter,
To make the bitter butter better.
boy bee b
cheep cheep cheep
big bubbles bin bag blue blow  black.
5 4
_______ later _________
round ________ _________
small ________ _________
good ________ best
tiny tinier tiniest
big __________ biggest
sleepy sleepier ________
_________ lovelier loveliest
Page 4


New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
New words
lovely, buzzing, sleepy head, tiniest
Wake up!
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play. 
The birds are singing in the trees,
And you can hear the buzzing bees.
3
Wake up! Wake up!
It’s a lovely day.
Oh! Please get up
And come and play.
It’s much too late to lie in bed,
So hurry up, you sleepy head.
Wash and dress
And come on out –
Everyone is up and about.
The cow, the horses, the ducks
And the sheep,
The tiniest chicken 
Cheep-cheep-cheep
Wake up!
– C. Fletcher
Let’s read and recite
Let’s write
1. Connect the pair of sentences below using  or .
(a) It is time to get up for school.
(b) I want to sleep for some more time.
________________________________________________________
(a) Sheila got some chocolates for her birthday.
(b) She got some new clothes too.
________________________________________________________
(a) Everyone has gone to sleep.
(b) I want to read my book.
________________________________________________________
(a) Raju plays cricket.
(b) He also plays hockey.
________________________________________________________
2. Fill in the blanks according to the example given below –
and but
Reading is fun
Let’s listen
Let’s listen and talk
Say aloud
1. What do you think birds say to each other in the 
morning?
2. Who are already awake?
3. Which creatures wake up in the morning before the 
child does?
1. Listen to the songs of birds. Say the words
 and . Listen to the  sound in –
, , , , , and
2. Listen to the baby chicks – .
1. Go for a morning walk. Listen to the sounds you hear 
like rustling of leaves, wind blowing, chirping of birds, 
sounds of footsteps.
2. Imagine that a cow, a horse, a duck and a chicken are 
meeting for a morning meal. What would they say to 
one other? Talk about it.
Betty bought a bit of butter, 
But the bit of butter that Betty bought was bitter,
So Betty bought some better butter,
To make the bitter butter better.
boy bee b
cheep cheep cheep
big bubbles bin bag blue blow  black.
5 4
_______ later _________
round ________ _________
small ________ _________
good ________ best
tiny tinier tiniest
big __________ biggest
sleepy sleepier ________
_________ lovelier loveliest
Let’s write
1. Connect the pair of sentences below using  or .
(a) It is time to get up for school.
(b) I want to sleep for some more time.
________________________________________________________
(a) Sheila got some chocolates for her birthday.
(b) She got some new clothes too.
________________________________________________________
(a) Everyone has gone to sleep.
(b) I want to read my book.
________________________________________________________
(a) Raju plays cricket.
(b) He also plays hockey.
________________________________________________________
2. Fill in the blanks according to the example given below –
and but
Reading is fun
Let’s listen
Let’s listen and talk
Say aloud
1. What do you think birds say to each other in the 
morning?
2. Who are already awake?
3. Which creatures wake up in the morning before the 
child does?
1. Listen to the songs of birds. Say the words
 and . Listen to the  sound in –
, , , , , and
2. Listen to the baby chicks – .
1. Go for a morning walk. Listen to the sounds you hear 
like rustling of leaves, wind blowing, chirping of birds, 
sounds of footsteps.
2. Imagine that a cow, a horse, a duck and a chicken are 
meeting for a morning meal. What would they say to 
one other? Talk about it.
Betty bought a bit of butter, 
But the bit of butter that Betty bought was bitter,
So Betty bought some better butter,
To make the bitter butter better.
boy bee b
cheep cheep cheep
big bubbles bin bag blue blow  black.
5 4
_______ later _________
round ________ _________
small ________ _________
good ________ best
tiny tinier tiniest
big __________ biggest
sleepy sleepier ________
_________ lovelier loveliest
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