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1 Neha's Alarm Clock

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 1 Nehas Alarm Clock from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered What time did Neha’s clock ring every morning? What is inside you that makes you get up at the same time everyday? Listen to the sounds when you are on your way to School. Discuss with your friends the sounds that you heard. List them here. If there is no clock in the house to wake up in the morning, how will you wake up? Will you continue to sleep or.

2 The Little fir tree

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 2 The Little fir tree from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered The pretty liars fir tree was happy with gold leaves but. By changing the circled word to its opposite, rewrite the sentences. Rita loved her dog Sheroo. Everyday, Sheroo would go out of the house and come back himself. But one day he did not come home. Rita looked everywhere for him. Tears rolled down her cheeks. Sherro was lost. He was nowhere found. Rita was crying when she reached home. She got into her bed. All of a sudden something jumped, on her. Can you guess who it was? Rita was very happy. Give the opposites of the words in italic.

3 Nasruddins Aim

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 3 Nasruddins Aim from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Why did Nasruddin take someone else’s name each time he missed the target? Why did the Nasruddin said, “It was my aim” the third time? Do you think that the Nasruddin was good at Archery? What would you have done if your grandmother would have slipped? Shoot the arrow and hit the target by matching the words with their meanings.

4 Alice in Wonderland

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 4 Alice in Wonderland from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered While listening to the story, what did Alice see? Describe in your own words the garden that Alice saw. Imagine you are Alice and your partner is a rabbit. What would you do? Give another word for given below with similar meanings and make sentences. Make sentences with each of the opposites of these describing words and make sentences with them.

5 Helen Keller

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 5 Helen Keller from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered “Something is wrong,” said Helen’s mother. What was wrong with Helen? What did Helen learn when the teacher put her hand into running water? What was the most important thing that Helen finally understood? How do you think you can help the children who cannot see? Match the two parts of sentences given under column ‘A’ and ‘B’. Add ‘but’ to join the two parts and write complete sentences. 

6 The Milkmans Cow

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 6 The Milkmans Cow from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered We can make people do more things with kindness than with cruelty or force. Do you agree? What do you think? Tell the class about a time when you were kind to an animal. From the story ‘The Milkman’s Cow’, find the simple past tense of the action words given below and write them in the blanks. Complete what is missing in these drawings. What work do these men or women do?

7 The Scholars Mother Tongue

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 7 The Scholars Mother Tongue from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Make a class dictionary with words from the story. Try to find suitable words for them in your mother tongue. Say these words aloud. Match the words in column ‘A’ with words with column ‘B’. Play this game with a friend. Pick up what you want from any basket. Suppose you are going on a camping holiday. What are the four most important things you will carry with you? Choose from the tags attached to the hot air balloon.

8 The Giving Tree

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 8 The Giving Tree from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Write these sentences in the correct order. Also, choose the right word from the box and add it before each sentences. Remember to put a comma after it, for example. Finally: First Then After that Finally. Work in a group and decide the things that you can do help your grandparents or any old person. Now write five of these things that you will do.

9 Going to buy a Book

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 9 Going to buy a Book from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Imagine that you will go to the bookshop tomorrow. What will you do there? Write five sentences beginning with. Why did the grandfather give the children money? Now fill in the describing words into the passage below. Where did they go to buy books?

10 Pinocchho

NCERT Solutions for class IV English 10 Pinocchho from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Which of the following would you expect a carpenter to use at work? Now make sentences using some of the above words. How did the animal know that the king was just a jackal? Why did the dogs feel scared when they saw the jackal? What did the animals do when they saw the blue jackal?

Poem 1 Wake up

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 1 Wake up from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Imagine that a cow, a horse, a duck and a chicken are meeting for a morning meal. What would they say to one another? Talk about it. Fill in the blanks according to the example given below. Connect the pair of sentences below using ‘and’ or ‘but’. Which creatures wake up in the morning before the child does? What do you think birds say to each other in the morning?

Poem 2 Noses

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 2 Noses from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Does the child in the poem like her nose? Why do you think so? What does features mean? Look up the dictionary. What are the different kinds of features of people we come across in the world? Discuss. Do you know a fish breathe from its gills? Write two sentences about other animals which can breathe under water.

Poem 3 Run

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 3 Run from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Running is a very good exercise. Name any three games that you play in which you have to run. Now make one more question for each picture. Write the question in the space below each picture. Use how many, what are, where are/is, how, why, to make questions.  Some letters are missing in each word, write “ee”, “ea” in each words.

Poem 4 Why

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 4 Why from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Ram is curious little boy. He is always asking questions. One day he came home and asked his grandfather questions like.  Fill in the blanks with words from the poem which rhyme with the underlined words in the sentences. Write down at least two questions using ‘why’. The spellings of these words are jumbled. Put them right and make sentences of your own. 

Poem 5 Dont be Afraid of the dark

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 5 Dont be Afraid of the dark from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered What is the word that starts with ‘t’, rhyme with ‘cease’, and means to playfully make fun of? What is the word that starts with ‘c’, rhymes with ‘near’ and ‘fear’, and means easy to see, hear and understand? What are the things that may happen if there is no sunlight? Now complete the following sentences, choosing the right word.

Poem 6 I Had a Little Pony

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 6 I Had a Little Pony from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Write a paragraph about your pet or an animal you love. Make two words from ‘stable’ by removing letters from the beginning. Do you ever tease animals? Do you think that you should be kind to them? Have you seen people beating animals? What do you think of such people? Another word for wallop is … Would the child hit the donkey?

Poem 7 Hiawatha

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 7 Hiawatha from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Hiawatha called the birds ‘chicken’ and beasts ‘brothers’? What do you think his shows? Make a story of the poem and share it with your friends. You can change Hiawatha’s name and give the name of your classmate. Start the story which other children can continue. You would began like this. Describe Hiawatha, his home and his friends in ten lines.

Poem 8 A Watering Rhyme

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 8 A Watering Rhyme from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Words like morning, evening, watering end in ing. Write six more words to which -ing can be added at the end to form a new word. Look for words in the poem which sound like the words given below. In the sentences, below the capital letters, commas, full stops and question marks are missing. Put these in the correct places.

Poem 9 Books

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 9 Books from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered The word galore means in great numbers. Do you also have a class library which keeps many books? Can you borrow books? Make word families. The first word in each has been written for you. Why did the child in the poem like looking at the picture? What did the books in library look like?

Poem 10 The Naughty Boy

NCERT Solutions for class IV English Poem 10 The Naughty Boy from NCERT text book prescribes for class 4 English. The chapter covered Look at the words given below and put them under the things that they are made of: balloon, chair, table, eraser, shirt, pencil, toys, car, trousers knife, scissors, cap. Which country does your clown belong to? Now complete the table below. Rahul does not eat green vegetable therefore his eyesight



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