Andhra Pradesh AP Board 1st Class English Solutions Lesson 6.2 Animals Around Us Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.
AP State Syllabus 1st Class English Solutions Chapter 6.2 Animals Around Us
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1. Warm-up Time
Ask the children to look at the picture and identify the animals. Ask the children the following questions.
What do you see in the picture ?
I see some children, animals, birds, flower pots, trees with fruits and books.
What are the children talking about ?
There are talking about the animals and birds in this book.
Name the animals int eh picture.
Dog, Rabbit, Cat, Monkey and Squirrel.
There are some animals in this picture. Do you have any of them at home ?
Yes, I have a dog, cat and a rabbit at my home.
Which animal do you love ? Why ?
I like Rabbit because it looks small and cute.
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2. Sharing Time
Ask children to look at the picture carefully an talk about the animals in the picture.
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3. Action Time
Activity – 1
Read the following words aloud and ask children to repeat after you.
4. Circle Time
Activity – 1
Ask children to make sounds that the animals make.
Activity – 2
Ask the children to
Tick (✓) the domestic animals and name them.
Cross ( ✗) the wild animals and name them.
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5. Fun Time
Recite the rhyme and make the children repeat after you.
Activity – 1
Trace the following letters.
Copy the following letters
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6. Practice Time
The hen in a pen
We read, listen and enjoy
- Make the flash cards of the sight words.
- Make the students read the cards.
- Make them repeat the sentences given below the pictures after you.
THE BOASTFUL BALL
Show the following pictures and encourage the students to frame the story.
Once there was a ball. It was very boastful. It had high openion of itself. One day it was going to the playfield. On the way it saw a trunk of a tree.
The ball stopped at the trunk and stopped boasting about itself. I said, “I can swim in water. You can not.” the ball went to the playfield. The trunk was sad. Yes, It can not swim like the ball. A tortoise saw this. He said to the trunk,” Dont worry ! I have a plan, tomorrow when the ball comes this way, You will be swimming. The trunk did not understand.
Next morning, the ball was going to playfield. The trunk was in the pond. It was floating in water. It said, “Look, brother ! I am swimming”. The ball was surprised. It did not understand how the trunk was able to keep himself a float.
Next day, the trunk wished the tortoise. The tortoise replied, “The ball did not know the you were sitting on my back as I kept myself underwater,” Thank you brother, I was able to teach the ball a lesson.”