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Wednesday, 21 January 2015

The Mouse and the Pencil - 3rd class English

      The pencil saw a little mouse. The mouse was looking for something to eat. He found the pencil.
      "I am going to bite you," said the mouse and he bit the pencil hard.
      "You are hurting me," said the pencil. "Let me draw one last picture for you and then can do what you like!" 
      "Very well," said the mouse.
      The pencil drew a big circle.
      "Is that cheese?" asked the mouse.
      "Well, let's call it cheese," said the pencil. Then it drew a bigger circle under the first one.
      "Is that an apple?" squaked the mouse. "Let's call it an apple," said the pencil and it drew three little things inside the first circle.
      "Are those cucumbers?" asked the mouse, licking his lips.
      "I wish you'd hurry. I simply can't wait to get my teeth into them!"
      Then it began drawing some funny curved things near the second circle.
      The pencil drew two little triangles on the top circle.
      "Oh, ho!" squeaked the mouse. "Now you have made it like a cat! Don't go on!"
      But the pencil went on, till it had drawn long whiskers and mouth on the top circle.
      And the mouse cried out in terror, "It's a real cat! Help!"
 

A Phone Call - 3rd Class English

      After a few days. Asif's family went out and came late in the afternoon. At the gate, Ahmad found a letter in the letter box. To their surprise a golden envolope fell down from it. It was very attractive.
      "Open it," shouted Fathima. Ahmad eagerly opened the envolope.
      He found that they had won a free holiday trip.
      "Hurray!" they shouted in happiness.
      "I hope it's to the sea side," said Asif, "I can swim in the sea and make sand castles."
      "No, I want to go to a hill station and enjoy the fresh air there," said Ahmad.
      "No, I would like to visit the museum, I can see many ancient things there," said Fathima.
      "Where would you like to go, Mum?" asked Asif. "I love to go wherever you  decide," said mother. Then they started to argue. They couldn't decide.
      Beach! Hills!! Museum!!!
      They went in and argued until it was dark. Then the phone rang. Fathima answered it.
      "Hello! This Lucky Holidays. You've won a holiday trip to Vizag..." said the voice on phone.
      "Madam! That's where my Grandama lives!" wondered Fathima.
      "Yes dear. This is your gramdma."
      "Wow! You played a trick on us! Now I understand that you had sent the envolope," said Fathima thrillingly.
      "I want all of you to spend your summer holidays with me," said Grandma. "Why not, Sure," said Fathima.
      They packed their suitcases and went to Grandma's place.

Sunday, 18 January 2015

Jenda Panduga (జెండా పండుగ) - 2nd Class Telugu

      ఆ రోజు ఆగష్టు 15. జెండా పండుగ రోజు. పిల్లలు, టీచర్లు పొద్దున్నే బడికి వచ్చారు. అందరూ కలిసి ఊరిలోకి ఊరేగింపుగా వెళ్ళారు. నినాదాలు చేస్తూ వాడవాడలు తిరిగారు. గ్రామపంచాయితీ ఆఫీసు దగ్గర ఆగారు. అక్కడ గ్రామ సర్పంచి గంగారాం జాతీయ జెండాను ఎగరవేశారు. అక్బరు, రాబర్టు, సుల్తానా, రమ్య, శ్రీరాం జాతీయగీతం పాడారు. ఆ తర్వాత అంతా కలిసి మళ్ళీ బడికి వచ్చారు. తల్లిదండ్రులు, గ్రామస్థులు, పంచాయితీ సభ్యులు, సర్పంచి కూడా వచ్చారు.
      సంయుక్త టీచరు జెండా ఎగరవేశారు. జాతీయగీతం పాడుతూ అందరూ జెండాకు వందనం చేశారు. దేశభక్తి గేయాలు పాడారు. పోటీలలో గెలిచినవారికి బహుమతులు ఇచ్చారు. పిల్లలకు, పెద్దలకు మిఠాయిలు పంచారు. ఆనందంగా గంతులు వేస్తూ పిల్లలు ఇళ్లకు వెళ్లారు.

Rathaiah - Jaggaiah (రత్తయ్య - జగ్గయ్య ) - 2nd Class Telugu

అనగనగా ఒక ఊరు.
      ఆ ఊరిలో రత్తయ్య అనే రైతు ఉండేవాడు.
      ఆయనకు లేకలేక ఒక కొడుకు పుట్టాడు.
      వాడి పేరు జగ్గయ్య. ఒట్టి అమాయకుడు. రత్తయ్య ముసలివాయినాడు. జబ్బుచేసింది. దగ్గి దగ్గి అలసిపోయేవాడు. డాక్టరు వచ్చాడు. మందులు ఇచ్చాడు. మందుసీసా మీద ‘‘బాగా ఊపి తాగండి’’ అని ఉంది.
      జగ్గయ్య దానిని చదివాడు. మందు తాగించాడు. కానీ రత్తయ్యకు దగ్గు తగ్గలేదు. మళ్ళీ డాక్టరు వచ్చాడు. మందు తాగించావా అని అడిగాడు. ‘‘ఓ... నాన్నను బాగా ఊపి మందు తాగించాను’’ అన్నాడు జగ్గయ్య. జగ్గయ్య తెలివి తక్కువతనానికి డాక్టరు నవ్వుకున్నాడు. నాన్నను కాదు, సీసాను బాగా ఊపి మందు తాగించాలని చెప్పాడు. జగ్గయ్య తాను చేసిన పనికి సిగ్గుపడ్డాడు.

Bhairavudu (భైరవుడు) - 2nd Class Telugu

      అనగనగా ఒక రాజు. ఆయన పేరు సుధాముడు. ఆ రాజు చాలా బలవంతుడు. పొరుగు రాజులకు అతడంటే చాలా భయం. తనను ఢీకొనేవాడెవడూ లేడనుకునేవాడు. ఈ భూమండలానికి నేనే రాజును అనుకునేవాడు. ఒకరోజు సుధాముడు అడవికి వేటకు పోయాడు. ఎలుగుబంటితో భీకరంగా పోరాడాడు. పోరులో అతని కంఠానికి బలమైన గాయమయింది.
      తన గాయం నయంచేసిన వారికి బహుమతి ఇస్తానని రాజు దండోరా వేయించాడు.
      ఆ దండోరాను భైరవుడు అనే యువకుడు విన్నాడు. రాజును కాపాడాలనుకొని బయలుదేరాడు. కొండకోనలు తిరిగాడు. శిఖామణి అనే మునిని కలిశాడు. ఆయన ‘సుగంధ మూలిక’ ఒకటి ఇచ్చాడు. దానిని తీసుకొని రాజును చేరాడు. గాయం నయంచేశాడు.
      సుధాముడు సంతోషించాడు. భైరవుడికి బహుమతిని ఇచ్చాడు.

Ruthuvulu (ఋతువులు) 3rd Class Telugu

    వసంత ఋతువు వచ్చింది
    వసుధకు అందం తెచ్చింది
    పచ్చపచ్చని చిగుళ్ళతో
    పరవశాన్ని కలిగించింది.
గ్రీష్మఋతువు వచ్చింది
ఎండలు మెండుగ తెచ్చింది
మండే సూర్యుని జ్వాలలతో
మలమల జగతిని మాడ్చింది.
    వర్ష ఋతువు వచ్చింది
    వానలు వరదలు తెచ్చింది
    ఊటల నీటిని నింపింది
    ఉర్వికి ఊరటనిచ్చింది.
శరదృతువు వచ్చింది
చల్లని వెన్నెల నిచ్చింది
కార్తికదీపం వెలిగింది
పుడమిన కాంతులు నింపింది.
    హేమంత ఋతువు వచ్చింది
    హిమబిందువులను తెచ్చింది
    ముత్యపు ముగ్గులు పరిచింది
    ముద్దూ మురిపెము పంచింది.
శిశిరఋతువు వచ్చింది
చెట్ల ఆకులను రాల్చింది
వనమున మోడుల నింపింది
వసంతలక్ష్మిని పిలిచింది



Wednesday, 14 January 2015

1st Class English 1-7 Units Narrations(Audio)

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1ST CLASS ENGLISH 1 TO 7 UNITS NARRATIONS
1 UNIT 1: AMMU AND HER FAMILY Download
2 UNIT 2: GOING TO SCHOOL Download
3 UNIT 3: AMMU'S SCHOOL Download
4 UNIT 4: AMMU AND HER FRIENDS AT HER SCHOOL Download
5 UNIT 5: THINGS I DO Download
6 UNIT 6: AT THE ZOO Download
7 UNIT 7: FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Download

The ducklings' school(Rhyme) - 3rd Class English


Little ducklings go to school,
By clear and sunny pool.
And the queerest things they learn;
How to swim and dive and turn;
How to spread their toes and walk;
With a waddle; how to talk;
In the funny duckling way
Quack, quack quacking all the day



Kids Train - 3rd Class English


Here comes the train
Blowing whistle
Toot toot toot
Get into it
Only when it stops.

The guard Johnson
Waves the green flag
Move aside move aside
The train starts again
Chuck chuck chuck.



Kothi Gounu (కోతి గౌను) 2nd Class Telugu


కోతి పుట్టిన రోజంట
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
కొత్త గౌను వేసెనంట
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
తలను చక్కగ దువ్వెనంట
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
పౌడరు తెల్లగ పూసెనంట
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం

సైకిలెక్కి టౌనుకు వెళ్ళె
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
దారిలోన పైసలు దొరికె
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం

పైసలు తెచ్చి సైదులుకిచ్చె
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
సైదులు ఇచ్చె రైలుబొమ్మ
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం

సైకిలు పైన రయ్యిన వచ్చె
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
రైలుబొమ్మతో ఆడెనంట
ఢాం ఢాం ఢాం
         




Deepavali (దీపావళి) 2nd class Telugu

దీపావళి వచ్చెరా
సందడినే తెచ్చెరా
పిల్లలు భలే మెచ్చెరా
పెద్దలకిది నచ్చెరా
సీత ప్రమిద తెచ్చెరా
దీపం వెలిగించెరా
దీపాలను చూడరా
వెలుగులనే నింపెరా
చిలిపి శీను వచ్చెరా
చిచ్చుబుడ్డి కాల్చెరా
టపాకాయ చూడరా
ఢాం ఢాం అని పేలెరా
చంటిపాప చేతితో
కాకరొత్తి పట్టెరా
చురచుమని వెలిగెరా
అమ్మ వచ్చి అందరికీ
అడ్డూ మిఠాయి పంచెరా


Sandhade Sandhadi (సందడే సందడి ) 2n class Telugu

వంకాయ పెండ్లి కుదిరింది
కూరగాయల సందడి చూడండి
ఆనపకాయ రంగులు వేసింది
మునగకాయ ముగ్గులు పెట్టింది
     పాలకూర పందిరి వేసింది
     అరటికాయ అన్నం పెట్టింది
     బంగాళదుంప బజ్జీలు చేసింది
     తమలపాకు తాంబూలమిచ్చింది
జామకాయ జడలు వేసింది
పనసపండు పూలు పెట్టింది
బత్తాయి బట్టలు తెచ్చింది
బెండకాయ బ్యాండు కొట్టింది
     టమాటా తాళి కట్టింది
     ఉల్లిపాయ ఊరేగించింది
     నన్నూ పిలిచారని
     గుమ్మడికాయ గంతులు వేసింది








Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Superstitions Around the World

    It is very interesting to know that most superstitions have to do with luck. Some of them are very funny too. Sometimes an unlucky thing in one area is a lucky thing in another area.

    In Brazil they believe that walking under a ladder brings bad luck. The Australians believe that breaking a mirror is unlucky. People in Ireland say that one should never move back and forth an empty rocking chair. In Hawaii, fishermen believe that, bringing bananas on a boat would bring bad luck to them. And Hawaiians also believe that it is bad luck to give an empty purse to someone.

    Many people say giving or taking anything with left hand brings bad luck. What if a person is a left hander? Some people also believe that evil spirits are nearyby if a light blows out. But there might be an open window somewhere.

    Generally people say that sneezing while starting to go some place makes you reach the place late. What if the person who sneezes is suffering from a cold?

    You know that in many parts of the world coming across a black cat is  considered bad luck. But in The United Kingdom it is lucky to come across a black cat.

    In many parts of the world, Friday is an unlucky day. But in India most of the people believe that Friday is auspicious.

    People in Andhrapradesh do not like to start any new work on a new moon day. But Tamilians believe that it is good to start their special events on a moon day.

    For Chinese, number nine is lucky, while the Japanese consider it very unlucky. Aren't they really funny?

    Now can you say that what is lucky and what is unlucky?

Childrens Telugu Audio Rhymes

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TELUGU RHYMES
1 Introduction about Rhymes Download
2 Thappiltloyi Thalaloyi Devuni..... Download
3 Gali patam chudara........ Download
4 Chitti chitti miriyalu....... Download
5 Vana vana vallappa...... Download
6 Udatha udatha uchu...... Download
7 Enugamma enugu ........ Download
8 Chinna chinna mokkalu....... Download
9 Chuk chuk rail....... Download
10 Kaaki kaaki kadaval kaaki.... Download
11 Chitti chilukamma ninu amma...... Download
12 Narinja kaya ninnu chidagane.... Download
13 Bujji meka bujji meka..... Download
14 Burru pitta burru pitta..... Download
15 Tharangam tharangam........ Download
16 Chandamama rave....... Download

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Hurt No Living Things

Hurt no living things;
Lady bird, nor butterfly
Nor cricket chirping cheerily,
Nor grasshoppers so light of leap,
Nor dancing gust, nor beetle flat,
Nor harmless worms, that creep.
                --Christina Rossetti

Comprehension

Answer the following questions.

1. Namethe thing that the poet wants us to do?

2. Why does the poet say, 'grasshoppers so light of leap?'

3. Separate the living things mentioned in the poem into the following categories.
 a.  able to fly            b. not able to fly

A Man of His Word

    Long long ago in Greece, there lived two friends called Damon and Pythian. One day some soldiers reported to the King that Pythias had spoken against him. The King becom very angry. "Arrest Pythias at once and put him in prison," said the King Pythias knew that what he said spoken was true. So he refused to take back words. And the King ordered Pythias must die.

    Damon went to see his fried in prison. "May I help you in any way?" he asked, "I wish I could die for you."

    "I am prepared to die," replied Pythias, "but before I die I would like to see my mother."

    Damon went to the King and begged him to allow Pythias to go home and see his mother. "I will die in his place if he doesn't return."

    The King agreed. Pythias went home while Damon took his place in prison. The day for Pythias to die arrived. The King sent for Damon. "Where is your friend? You trusted him too far. Now you must die for your foolish mistake," the King said. But Damon trusted his friend and said, "I know, Pythias could not come in time because of some serious problem. I am ready to die in his place."

    Then the soldiers prepared to hang Damon. Just then Pythias rushed into the palace and embraced Damon. "Thank God, I have arrived in time," he sighed. "Many problems delayed my return. I am sorry. But here I am!  Thank you for your trust and patience."

    The King was watching all this. He was moved to see how Pythias kept his word. "I have many people in my kingdom. But I have never found a man trustworthy as you. I am glad that I have at least one person who keeps his word. I spare your life. You are free to go home now."

The Little Boy and The Old Man

Said the little boy, "Somtimes I drop my spoon."
Siad the little  old man, "I do that too."
      The little boy wishpered, "I went my pants."
      "I do that too," laughed the old man.
Said the little boy, "I often cry."
The old man nodded. "So do I."
      "But worst of all," said the boy," It seems
      Grown-ups don't pay attention to me."
And he felt the warmth of wrinkled old hand
'I know what you mean," said the little old man.
                             -----------Shel Silverstein

Comprehension

I. Tick (3) what the poem is about. You can tick more than one options.

1. loneliness
2. feeling neglected
3. child's anger
4. grown ups

II. Answer the following questions.
1. "The little boy whispered..." Why do you think the little boy whispered?
2. Which problem according to the boy is the worst?
3. Pick out the expression from the poem that suggests 'care and affection'.
4. Which word in the poem suggests the similarity between the boy and the old man?
5. What similarities do you notice between the old man and the little boy?

The Monkeys Go Fasting

    A group of monkeys decided to go on a fast one day.

   "Before we begin, I think we should keep the food ready with whick we'll break the fast," said the monkey chief. The monkeys nodded their heads in agreement. The youngsters were sent in search of food. They returned with huge bunches of delicious looking bananas. "I think each of us should keep our share of bananas with us before we begin our fast, so that we don't spend time distributing them after we break our fast. You can imagine how hungry we all will be by then!" said the chidf's wife.

    The monkeys liked the idea and they collected their share of the bananas.

    "Why don't we peel one banana and keep it ready to eat?" said one of the youngsters.

    "Yes, let's do that," shouted a fat monkey in agreement. Just a look at the bananas made him hungry.

    "All right," said the monkey chief, "We shall peel the bananas, but under no condition should we eat them."

    So the monkey peeled their bananas and carefully lept them ready for eating in the evening. "Can I keep the banana in my mouth? I Promise not to eat it till evening, pleased!" a little monkey asked its father.

    "Why don't we all put a banana in our mouth? That way we can chew it immediately when break the fast, said his father adding, "As longas we don't eat it, it should be fine!"

    So, the monkeys put the bananas in their mouths. One by one they eyed each other uncomfortably as they began their fast and as you can imagine, within no time, the bananas disappeared down their throats. And that was the end of their fast!
A folk from Karnataka by Meera Nair

Lollipop Lady

Lollipop lady, 
Lollipop lady,
Wave your magic stick
And make the traffic
Stop a while
So we can cross the street.
Rushing past
Have no time for little feet.

They hate to wait
Especially when late too
But We'll be late too
Except for you.
So Lollipop lady, 
Lollipop lady
In the middle of the street
Wave your magic stick
And make the traffic
Give way to little feet.
    ------John Agard

Comprehension


I. Answer the following questions.

1. Who do you think is the speaker? How old is he/she might be? Pick out the expression that suggests his/her age.

2. Who is the Lollipop Lady according to you ?

3. What is the Lollipop Lady expected to do?

4. Where are the children going?

5. Who do the words 'we' and 'you' refer to?

II. Here are some pairs of words ending with the same sound (rhyming words). Write some more pairs of rhyming words you know.

1. street - feet
2. wait - late
3. too - you
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