NCERT Solutions 3rd English Unit 6 Chapter 12- The Story of the Road

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Unit 6|Lesson 12-The Story of the Road

3rd Class English Marigold 

NCERT Solutions 3rd English Unit 6 Chapter 12- The Story of the Road (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 

NCERT Solutions 3rd English Unit 6 Chapter 12- The Story of the Road

Page no. 60               

Reading is fun

Q 1. What sounds do you hear on the road in the morning?

Ans. 1 I hear birds chirping, crow’s caw, child’s chatter on the road in the morning.

Q 2. What is the vegetable man selling?

Ans. 1 The vegetable man is selling cabbages, peas, potatoes, cucumbers, radishes, carrots, and cauliflowers.

Q 3. Why is the road annoyed with the crow?

Ans. 1The crow is trying to wake up the road but it is already awake. So the road is annoyed with the crow.

Talk time

Q 1. Stop, Look and Listen

Stop, Look and Listen

Before you cross the street.

Use your eyes, use your ears

And then use your feet.

Talk about how you would cross the road.

Ans. 1 I will stop, look right then left, listen to the sounds of the vehicle and cross the road on the zebra crossing.

You want to know more click here:-Pedestrian crossing

Q 2. Can you make the sounds which you hear when you walk on the road? Talk about them.

Ans. 2 I hear sounds of tires, horns, engines, and people talking on the road.

Note:- Ask students to make different sounds they hear on the road. It will be a nice activity for them.

Q 3. Use can and cannot alternatively in the following sentences:

Ans. 3

1 I cannot hear the sound of cars.

2 I can hear the train whistle.

3 I cannot hear the wind blow.

4 I can hear the clock.

5 I cannot hear the sound of feet.

6 I can hear the sound of moving of chairs.

7 I cannot hear the dogs barking.

Page no. 61

Song time- Let’s sing

‘The Bus’

The wheels on the bus go round, round, round,

round, round, round, round, round, round.

The wheels on the bus go round, round, round.

all through the town.

The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep…

The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish…

The money on the bus goes clink, clink, clink…

The babies on the bus go waa, waa, waa…

The driver on the bus says, “Move on back”…

The bell on the bus goes ding, ding, ding…

The windows on the bus go up and down…

Note:- Sing the song with gestures. In the beginning, you may need to sing along but after they get used to,  need not accompany. It’s not the one time game we need to ask them to sing for so many times.

Team Time –Let’s Act

The Race

I am going home in a bus.

There is a railway line alongside the road.

Look, there is a train coming.

I tell the bus driver, “Go fast!

Go faster than the train!”

But the driver slows down.

There is a railway gate.

 “I must stop,” says the driver

The train whistles loudly.

“I am first!” it says.

Note:- Here the comprehension does not only aim to be achieved. Children should enjoy singing the above lines. When they get well versed with the song tune than disclose the whole meaning hidden. It is possible that some of the meaning they might have understood by the gestures you make while practicing singing. Enacting the rhyme will benefit better learning.

 Page no. 62

Look at the picture and write four sentences about what you see. (see the picture in the book.)

Ans 1. I can see a tree.

Vehicles moving on the road.

It is a beautiful sight.

The river is flowing nearby the road.

There is a zebra crossing to cross the road.

Also read:-NCERT Solutions 3rd English Unit 6 Chapter 11-Trains

NCERT Solutions 3rd English Unit 6 Chapter 12- The Story of the Road (CBSE) You should refer to books and teachers. This is just for making reference available. There are so many activities which need to be undertaken for better understanding. Let students explore the subject. Use it on own discretionary. 


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