You will go through Textbook Questions And Answers Of CBSE Board Class 5 MY SHADOW Unit 3 Chapter 1. Understanding a text’s entirety is very important for a learner to score better in the exam. Efforts have been made to ensure a thorough and proper Textbook Questions And Answers Of CBSE Board Class 5 MY SHADOW Unit 3 Chapter 1.
1. Who do you think your shadow looks like?
- I think my shadow exactly looks like me but in black colour.
2. Why do you think your shadow jumps into bed before you can?
- My shadow jumps into bed before me because light travels in straight line when I came in contact with light my shadow appears instantly.
3. What time of the day do you think it is when your shadow is the tallest? Why?
4. Read the lines from the poem and answer the following.
He is very very like me.
From the heels up to the head!
(i) Who does he refer to?
- He referred himself to the shadow.
(ii) Who does me refer to?
- Me refers to the speaker who is narrating the story.
(iii) Why are he and me alike?
- The speaker said that he and me alike because he looks the same does the same works what the speaker does and always stays attached to him.
Work in pairs and discuss the following.
What would you do if?
à a dog chases you?
- If a dog chases me I will not run. I will walk slowly
à You have forgotten your homework copy at home?
- I will say sorry and will ask for permission to show homework the next day.
à You are alone in a room and the lights go out?
- I will not panic; I will sit quietly and patiently.
àShine a torch behind your hand and see its shadow on the wall.
àMove the torch a little away from your hand and see the shadow on the wall.
Do you find a difference in the size of the hand on the wall?
- yes, I found a difference in my hand
- Whenever I took my hand closer to the torch it becomes small. And when I took my hand a little bit away its size increases. my hand looked like a giant’s hand
1. Work in groups of five.
àMake a large hand on a plain sheet.
à Mark the names of fingers, thumb and palm on the hand.
àUse the hints given in the box.
- Do it yourself.
2. Do the actions as given below, and observe which part, or fingers, of your hand is being used.
- Do it yourself.
|point at a door bounce a ball scratch your chin twist your ear comb your hair draw with a pencil touch a flower
1. Fill in the blanks using one of the words given in brackets. (answers are written in black)
(i) Where is the child ________ parents have come to school? (who/whose/which)
(ii) I saw many houses ________ were quite spacious. (which/whose/who).
(iii) Mathematics, ________ is my favourite subject, is so interesting. (who/which/that)
(iv) The poem ________ you read out, is so lovely. (whose/which/that)
(v) I know the street ________ he lives on. (whose/ that/which)
(vi) I like reading books ________ have pictures in it. (that/who/which)
(vii) The old lady _______________ I met in your house is my neighbour. (whom / that/which)
2. Complete this description by answering the questions below.
- What do you think is the name of the dog?
- I guess the name of the dog is shadow.
- Why is she called that?
- She called him shadow because she follows her wherever she goes.
- What colour is she?
- She is white in color.
- Do you think she is friendly?
- She is so friendly that whenever she is happy she starts to jump around her owner.
- What does she like to eat?
- She eats dog food and her favourite meal which is rice and chicken.
Write a few lines on Mithoo and his little dog named Shadow
- Mithoo and shadow become so close in a very short time. Mithoo loves to call him shadow because she follows him wherever she goes. They both eat together, sleep together. Every day they will go for a walk together. Shadow was so loyal to his master that if someone scolds Mithoo, he is the first to protect him.
|shoe shadow fish bush ship sheep dish wash shell wish brush shade
When the sun shines, I can see
My shadow right in front of me
When I walk, my shadow walks!
When I hop, my shadow hops!
When I jump, my shadow jumps
And when I stop, my shadow stops!
(LOUISE BINDER SCOTT)
Act out the poem as you read it slowly.