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All Things Bright And Beautiful | English | Class 5

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1. Find out in the poem the words you don’t understand . Look up their meanings in the dictionary. One is done for you:
Bright : Visually dazzling
Creature : A living being.
Small : Not large, big.
Wise : Showing good judgement .
Wonderful : Tending to excite wonder;
Glowing : That glows or glow.
Tiny : Very small
Wings : An appendage of an animal’s (bird, bat, insect) body that enables it to fly.
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2. Fill in the blanks with the correct word from the poem:
(a) All things _____ and beautiful. (light/bright/great)
Ans : bright.
(b) Each little flower that ____ . (runs/sings/opens)
Ans : opens.
(c) God made their tiny ____. (rings/stings/wings)
Ans : wings.
3. Let’s see how much you have understood the poem:
(a) Write the names of two small creatures.
Ans : Fly and bee.
(b) “He made their glowing colours”- who is ‘he’ in this line ?
Ans : God is ‘he’ in this line.
(c) “He made their tiny wings”– who is ‘their’ in this line?
Ans : “The butterfly” is ‘their’ in this line.
(d) What are the things that God has made?
Ans : The things that God has made are flowers, birds, butterfly and all the great small creatures.
(e) Why does the poet praise God in this poem?
Ans : God has made all things bright and beautiful. Even he made them wise and wonderful too. Besides that, he made the little flowers having glowing colours. And the singing birds having tiny wings. Therefore, the poet praises God in this poem.
4. Circle the rhyming words in each group:
(a) small, beautiful, all
Ans : small – all
(b) wonderful, small, beautiful
Ans : wonderful – beautiful
(c) might, colour, bright
Ans : might – bright
(d) wings, opens, sings
Ans : wings – sings
5. Complete the word-web with things you find in a garden:
a garden – g r a s s h o p p e r
t r e e s
f l o w e r
h o n e y b e e
b u t t e r f l y
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6. Write a word that rhymes with the first two :
sweet feet meet
things sing ring
mood food good
old cold gold
7. Let’s learn some more words that have the same or nearly the same meaning:
beautiful – pretty nice
great – large big
wise – clever intelligent
wonderful – lovely delightful
8. We can also think of many new words from a given word, such ‘sun’. One is done for you.
a) sunburn
b) sunlight
c) sunshine
d) sunday
e) sunflower
f) sunrays
9. Word chain : Use the last letter to begin the next word. Each new word should be something you find in nature. The first one is done for you.
START flower > rabbit > thunder > river > rat
> tadpole > elephant > tree > eagle > egg > grass > sheep > plant FINISH
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a) Food is to eat as water is to drink.
b) Bird is to sing as dog is to bark.
c) Earth is to God as machine is to man.
d) Sight is to eyes as smell is to nose.
e) Prayer is to pray as games is to play.
15. Write two words ending with ‘mb’:
thumb dumb
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16. Now, write the names of four things ending with ‘s’ to mean than one.
books pens songs buses
17. Complete the following by using ‘and’, ‘but’, ‘so’, or ‘therefore’:
a) Hop, the grasshopper and Annie, the ant are friends. Hop spends all his time singing and dancing. And Annie loves to work all the time.
b) Annie was busy in summer, so Hop did not meet her.
c) Both big and small creatures are made by God, but buildings are not.
d) Plastic is bad for the environment. Therefore, plastic bags should not be used.
18. Look carefully at the pictures below. Find out six difference in pictures 2 and write them down.
1. The sun.
2. The clouds.
3. Fishes
4. Lotus
5. Cap
6. Half Pant Colour.
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19. Read these sentences about rhinoceros. Write down the questions you want to ask her. Don’t forget to put the question mark :
a) Who are you?
Ans : I am a rhino.
b) Where do you live ?
Ans : I live in Kaziranga.
c) What do you eat ?
Ans : I eat plants and grass.
d) How old are you ?
Ans : I am ten years old.
e) Why are you crying ?
Ans : I am crying because I am endangered.
20. Now write five sentences about your town/village:
1. The name of our village is Balijan North TE.
2. Balijan North TE is a beautiful village.
3. Balijan North TE is full of tea plants and various kinds of big trees.
4. The river Brahmaputra flows nearby our village.
5. I love my village very much.
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22. Rearrange the following sentences to complete the story:
a) Tenali Raman came to the king’s court with his face covered.
b) The King asked Tenali Raman not to come to his court.
c) The King was impressed by Tenali Raman’s intelligence.
d) The King recognised Tenali Raman though his face was covered.
Ans :
b) The King asked Tenali Raman not to come to his court.
a) Tenali Raman came to the king’s court with his face covered.
d) The King recognised Tenali Raman though his face was covered.
c) The King was impressed by Tenali Raman’s intelligence.
23. Try to enact the story in your classroom. Play the roles of the king and Tenali Raman. Add your own dialogues.
King : Wonderful ! You made our day.
Tenali Raman : It’s my pleasure, Your Majesty.


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