NCERT Solutions for Class-3 Chapter-14 Story: Little Tiger, Big Tiger
The Little Tiger Big Tiger story is about a small tiger cub who lives with his mother in a shady jungle. She hunts a jungle fowl or river fish, but she does not hunt every night. Sometimes the cub liked to play with the mother tiger. In a year, the tiger-cub was a full-grown tiger. He hunted for fun at night and roared to tell all the animals in the jungle.
The NCERT solutions for class 3 English Little Tiger Big Tiger helps the child to:
Match the animal names with their young ones.
Identify the habitat of wild animals.
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Chapter 14: Little Tiger, Big Tiger
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Tick the right answer.
Where did the mother tiger and her small tiger cub live?
a. near a river c. near a forest
b. near a mountain d. near a sea
a. near a river
What did the mother tiger hunt when the sky was dark?
a. sheep and goats c. deer and pigs
b. fish and frogs d. donkeys and horses
c. deer and pigs
What did the tiger cub catch one night?
a. a deer c. a pig
b. a frog d. a cat
b. a frog
Question 2: What happened to the little tiger cub when he chased the frog?
Answer : A big Tiger came near the cub when he chased the frog.
Question i): Match the animals with their young ones.
Question ii): Word Game: Can you place these letters in their right order to form
the names of animals?
e.g. a t c — cat
s e m o u ______
r e s o h ______
o i n l ______
p e s h e _____
r e d e ______
l u b l ______
g i t e r _____
f o l w _____
s e m o u mouse
r e s o h horse
o i n l lion
p e s h e sheep
r e d e deer
l u b l bull
g i t e r tiger
f o l w wolf
Question iii): The animals/birds in Column A have to reach their homes in Column
Find out where they live.
|A tiger||lives in a den|
|A sparrow||ant hill|
Question 1: Now write six sentences from the pictures given in exercise (iii) of
word building. One has been done for you below.
A tiger lives in a den
1. A bee lives in a hive.
2. An ant lives in an anthill.
3. A duck lives in a pond.
4. A rabbit lives in a burrow.
5. A spider lives in a web.
6. A sparrow lives in a nest.
Question: The little tiger cub slipped away when his mother was asleep. He soon got into trouble. Tell the class about a similar incident when you did not listen to your parents and found yourself in trouble.
Answer : My mother had told me to wait inside the school premises till she came to pick me up. However, I thought to try going home by myself. But I got lost and could not find my way back home.
Question 2: Make groups. One person from each group should act like:
1. The mother tiger 2. The cub
3. The large male tiger 4. The frog
5. The sambhar/kakar deer 6. The langur monkey
Now act out the story, first in your own language and then in English.
(Note: Students should attempt this above answer on their own.)
Who am I?
Look at the pictures and read the clues. Then complete this crossword puzzle. The first clue is done for you.
1. I give wool
2. I lay eggs
3. I give you milk
4. I carry loads
5. I neigh
6. I am man’s best friend
7. I live in a sty
8. I bleat
9. I am the Ship of the Desert