I want Class 5: Subject- English Lesson 9

I want Class 5: Subject- English Lesson 9

“I want to be big,” says Little Monkey. “I want to be strong.”
A wise woman hears him. “Take this magic wand,” she says, “and all your
wishes can come true.”
A giraffe comes by. He stretches his long neck. He eats the sweet leaves at the top of the trees.

“I want a long neck,” says Little Monkey.
“POP!”
His neck grows long, just like the giraffe‖s. Little Monkey is happy.
An elephant comes down to the river. He fills his trunk with water. He blows it all over himself.
“I want to do that too!”, says Little Monkey. “BANG!”

Just like that, he grows a trunk. He is very happy. “This is fun!” he says.
Next, Little Monkey sees a zebra.
“I want stripes like those,” he says. “WHIZZ!”
Little Monkey has stripes all over his body, just like the zebra.

He is very, very happy. He goes to the river to try out his new trunk. He
looks down. He sees himself in the water. “Mother!” he cries.
“Help! A monster!”

“That’s not a monster,” says his mother. “That’s you.”
“You want a giraffe‖s neck, an elephant‖s trunk, and stripes like a zebra. Don‖t you remember?”
Little Monkey cries and cries. “I look AWFUL!” he says.
“I want to be myself again.”

There is a POP, a BANG, and a WHIZZ.
Little Monkey is himself again. He jumps for joy.
He throws the magic wand into the river.
He never wants to be anyone else again.

I. New word

strong, wand, wishes, blows, trunk, monster

II. Read and write

(A) Answer these questions:

  1. What were the monkey’s first three wishes?
First, wishSecond wishThird wish

I. New word

strong, wand, wishes, blows, trunk, monster

II. Read and write

(A) Answer these questions:

  1. What were the monkey‖s first three wishes?
    First, wish Second wish Third wish
  2. How did he look ultimately?
  3. Was he happy with his looks?
  4. What was his wish?
    (B) Put a (_ ) or an (x) against the following
    sentences. One has been done for you :
  5. The little Monkey wants to be big and strong. (_)
  6. A wise man gives him a wand.
  7. The giraffe gives his long neck to a monkey.
  8. The elephant cannot fill the water in its trunk.
  9. The zebra has stripes.
  10. The little Monkey sees a monster in the river.

III. Say aloud

Magic, wand, hear, wishes, stretches, eats, blows, stripes, monster, awful

IV. Let’s talk

  1. What would you do if you had a magic wand? Tell your
    first three wishes to your class.
  2. Do we learn a lesson from this story? What is it?

V. Vocabulary

(A) Use the words in your own sentences :
wish, river, remember, monster, magic, wand

(B) Make meaningful words with jumbled letters :
ndaw …………, pypah ……….., cigma ………….,
iltetl …………, odyb ………., ertaw …………..

VI. Think and write

  1. My favorite animal is ………………….. . I like it because
    ……………………………………………………..
  2. My favorite bird is ……………….. . I like it because
    …………………………………………………………………..
  3. I want a magic wand because ………………..
    ……………………………………………………………………
  4. I do not want a magic wand because ……………………….
    ……………………………………………………………………

VII. Structures in context

(A) Punctuate the following sentences using capital letters, comma, full stop, and question mark appropriately :

  1. ankit rahul and rohit are my friends
  2. i study in class III
  3. he and i are good friends
  4. he said i am very happy

(B) Make three sentences like the sentences given in bracket.

  1. I want ………… ( e.g. I want breakfast.)
  2. I want to …….. (e.g. I want to play cricket.)
  3. I want to be ………. (e.g. I want to be a singer.)
    Replace the underlined italic words with appropriate ones and
    make more such sentences.

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