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Students’ Corner – Story Writing

Imaginative story contributed by Mst. Jihan Shah a student of JK Academy HONESTY Rahul and Rohan were best friends. They had a lot in common, they were both 12, they shared the same neighbourhood; they were in the same school and same class. But they had one small difference; Rahul belonged to a rich family …

Parody – How Doth the Little Crocodile

Parody: A parody is an imitation of a writing, drama or music by mocking the original in an amusing way. The following Parody is taken from ’Alice in Wonderland’ by Lewis Carroll, chapter 2, and is recited by Alice. The poem has only two stanzas of four lines each. How Doth the Little Crocodile – …

Std 7: Poem – How Doth the Little Busy Bee

2.4 How Doth the Little Busy Bee – Isaac Watts   How doth the little busy bee Improve each shining hour, And gather honey all the day From every opening flower!   How skilfully she builds her cell! How neat she spreads the wax! And labors hard to store it well With the sweet food …

Students’ Corner – Narrative Essay

NARRATIVE ESSAY   Contributed by Ms. Preksha Pala – A student of JK Academy        A Dangerous Challenge. A long weekend was coming up, so Rima’s family decided to make the best of it by having a family time together outdoors. Rima’s elder brother, Bhavya wanted to go to ‘Water World’ to enjoy the new water rides there, …

3. Singular and Plural (Grade 1)

Singular and Plural To change the nouns from singular to plural we normally add ‘s’ at the end of the word. Exercise 1:   One book           two ___________ One chair          three __________ One bag            six ____________ One boat           many ___________ One phone         many ___________ One shirt          many …

3. Singular and Plural Nouns (Grade 1)

3. Singular and Plural Nouns (Grade 1) Nouns can be said to be in the singular or Plural number: Singular: The noun that means one person, one place or one thing is said to be in the singular number.                                  …

Grade 6: Poem – Clothesline

2.1 Clothesline Hand in hand they dance in a row, Hither and thither, and to and fro, Flip! Flap! Flop! and away they go— Flutt’ring creatures as white as snow,   Like restive horses they caper and prance; Like fairy-tale witches they wildly dance; Rounded in front, but hollow behind, They shiver and skip in …

Students’ Corner – Paragraph Writing

PARAGRAPH WRITING   —– Contribution from students Contributed by Dhruv Nar – A student of JK Academy ☆Narrate a surprise that you organized for someone. On fifth of January, my friend Parva turned 13. He was very excited that morning and wished it was a holiday. But since it was Monday, he had to attend school. Anyway, he was …

2. Nouns (Grade 1)

2. Nouns   Exercise 1: From the list given below pick out the names of persons, places, animals and things. park                cow                 bag                 lion peacock          parrot            playground     computer boy                 doctor            aunt                garden pencil              school             hospital          elephant tailor              sister             paper              bed Persons Places Animals Things Exercise 2: Underline the Nouns in the following sentences. Mr. Ben …

Nouns

2. Nouns (Gr 1) Look at the pictures below and read their names: All the above pictures have names. A teacher is a person. A school is a place. A dog is an animal. A book is a thing. So, teacher, school, dog and book are called nouns. Nouns are names of person, places, animals or things. For a detailed lesson click on …