NCERT Solutions for Class-3 Chapter-7 Unit 4 Poem: Sea Song
The Sea Song poem class 3 narrates the incident of a boy stumbling upon a shell on the shore and then telling his mother about it. She holds the shell near his ear and he hears a soft, sweet, and clear sound. He is surprised to hear the sound coming from the shell, and asks the reader to find a nice big shell and hear the song too.
The NCERT solutions for class 3 English chapter 7 sea song help the child to:
explain human senses and their importance
identify the actions performed by animals.
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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Chapter 7: Sea Song
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Question 1 : Where did the child find the seashell?
Answer : The child found the seashell on the sand.
Question 2 : What did the child do with the shell?
Answer : The child picked up the seashell and took it home.
Question 3 : What did the child hear?
Answer : The child heard a soft, sweet, and clear song.
Question i : Pick the rhyming words from this box and pair them in the spaces below. The first one has been done for you.
Question ii : Fill in the blanks with the opposite word choosing from the box below. The first one is done for you.
|hot false short straight drop soft|
|went small gave outside bitter lost|
|found – lost||took – gave|
|hard – soft||big – small|
|inside – outside||came – went|
|pick – drop||cold – hot|
|true – false||sweet – bitter|
|curly – straight||tall – short|
Question 1 : Choose the right words.
1. The sea is very, very (big/far).
2. You cannot (hear/see) the other side.
3. You (can/cannot) cross the sea.
4. You can cross it in a (bus/ship).
1. The sea is very, very big (big/far).
2. You cannot see (hear/see) the other side.
3. You can (can/cannot) cross the sea.
4. You can cross it in a ship (bus/ship).
Question 1 : Match the phrases with the picture.
|A bird singing|
|A phone ringing|
|A dog barking|
|A cock crowing|