- Students created a story ‘Mother’s Love’ under the theme ‘Love’ with teacher’s support. They followed the writing process and included the six traits of writing in their story.
- Dictation was given.
Students practiced Fraction word problems.
Unit Of Inquiry:
Students were briefed about the summative assessment task for the current unit.
Students have to solve the Math worksheet given to them.
The Weather is Perfect for Running
-By Kenn Nesbitt!
Task 1- Complete the poem by choosing the correct spelling of the word from the bracket and copy it in your Language Writing Book.
The (whether, wether, weather) is perfect for running. I think that (I’l, I’ll, il) go for a jog.
(Exsept, Accept, Except) I’m a little bit tired,
so (maybe, maybee, mayb) I’ll just walk the dog.
But he seems too (hiper, hyper, hypper) for walking. He looks kind of hard to (controll, kontrol, control). So maybe I’ll (leaf, leave, leeve) him at home,
and go for a (leasurly, leisurely, leizurely) stroll.
But all of my socks are (to, too, two) dirty,
and all of my shoes are (untyed, untide, untied).
So maybe I’ll sit on the front (poorch, porche, porch). Or maybe I’ll just stay (inside, insid, insyde).
I see that my kitten is (pureing, purring, puring), and wants to (curl, cerl, curll) up on my lap.
It wouldn’t be (right, wright, rite) to prevent her
from getting her (affternoon, afternoon, afternuun) nap.
It’s (comfortabl, comfortable, comfortabel) here on the sofa. My pillows are (cosy, cozy, cozey) and deep.
The weather is (perfect, purrfect, perfict) for running. So (that’s, thats, that) why I’m going to sleep.
Task 2: Answer the following questions:
- How is the weather for running?
- Which word is used to describe the dog in this poem? ( Use synonyms for the answer)
- What is the kitten doing?
- Think of another word for ‘stroll’.
- How many stanzas does this poem have?
- What does the boy do at the end of the poem?
- Do you think that the poet really wants to go for the walk? Justify your answer.
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