NCERT Solutions for Class-3 Chapter-1 Poem: Good Morning
In the poem, ‘Good Morning’, the poet Fannie R. Buchanan greets a ‘Good Morning’ to the sky, sun, winds, birds and trees and the creeping grass. The poet is hopeful about the day when she is glad to be wide awake. The poet looks forward to playing outside.
The NCERT solutions for this chapter helps the child to:
interpret the thoughts and imaginations contained in the poem.
describe the natural scenery using nouns, pronouns, and adjectives.
pick out the rhyming words used in the poem.
The NCERT textbook Marigold questions are answered in a simple and engaging manner. We also have related ‘Learning Concepts’, and interactive worksheets with solutions. Our ‘Learning Beyond’ segment caters to all the probable questions that the child might think out of curiosity.
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Questions and Answers
Chapter 1:Good Morning
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Question 1 : Why is the child in the poem happy?
Answer : The child is happy to see a new morning where she can play with the birds and wish a ‘Good Morning’ to everything around her.
Question 2 : To whom does the child say ‘Good Morning’?
Answer : The child wishes a ‘Good Morning’ to the sky, sun, winds, birds, trees, grass and the bees.
Question 3 : What does the child want to do?
Answer : The child wants to go out and play.
Question 1 : How would you wish them when you leave school in the evening?
Answer : You can wish them, “Bye, see you tomorrow”.
Question 1 : Find words in the poem which rhyme with bees ______________ day ______________ too ______________
Bees rhyme with trees
Day rhymes with away
Too rhymes with you
Question 2 : What do you see around you during the day and at night?
During the day, I see the sun and the birds.
In the night, I see the stars and the moon.
(Note: You can draw the picture as per your choice.)
Question 3 : Write two words each from the two pictures you have drawn.
1. Sun1. Stars
2. Birds2. Moon