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  • Delhi International School, Rohini

    HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK (2018 -2019)

    CLASS - V

    Dear parent,

    Each task is carefully planned in order to make it student friendly and interesting. All the tasks

    are related to the topics covered in April/May in classroom by the students. This is an effort to

    reinforce the concepts and make learning an enjoyable experience. In case you need any

    clarification regarding the homework you may call at the school reception from

    8:00 AM to 2:30 PM on all working days.

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    1. Submit all the holiday homework on the first day after summer vacation.

    2. Revise work done in all subjects till May.

    3. Revise the syllabus for the cycle test I to be held in July.

    4. Follow the instructions carefully which is written before every subject.

  • English

    Task – I  Do task –I in scrap book

    Task – II Worksheet – 1, 2

     Do task-II on the sheets itself and put them in a beautiful English folder.

    Attached below

    Task – III  Read the newspaper regularly during your holidays. You may utilize the noon time for this activity

    when you are at home.

    Task – IV

     Learn the poem during your holidays. Learn one more poem from your text book.

  • Task – I

     Design your own scrap book using paper and eco-friendly material. Be creative and use your

    imagination to design a beautiful cover too. Write your name and paste your own picture on the

    cover.

     Collect some information about two authors- Roald Dahl and Ruskin Bond and write a short

    biography of these authors in your scrap book.

     Read one book written by each of these authors.

    Ruskin Bond Roald Dahl

     Suggested titles:

    Charlie and the glass elevator-Roald Dahl

    Matilda-Roald Dahl

    The enormous crocodile-Roald Dahl

    An Island Of Trees-Ruskin Bond

    Children’s omnibus-Ruskin Bond

    Rusty-Ruskin Bond

     Draw two illustrations based on the characters you liked in

    the stories.

     Write a book report of the books in your scrap book. The guideline for writing the report is given

    below.

     BOOK REPORT

    Name of the book:______________________________

    Author's Name:________________________________

    Major Characters (and a description of each one) : ____

    Summary of the book/story in your own words:_______

  • TASK II DELHI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

    Class- V

    Name:

    1. READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE:

    African elephants are the largest land mammals on earth. Male

    African elephants can grow to be thirteen feet tall. The average

    weight is near about 6500 Kg. Their ears alone can be five feet long.

    Elephants eat all day long. They eat vegetables, grass, leaves and

    other plants and fruits like bananas. They use their trunks to grab food

    and put it in their mouths. They can also suck water into their trunks

    and squirt the water into their mouths. Elephants sometimes drink

    upto 150 litres of water a day! Elephants use their trunks to pick

    something as small as marbles, or as big as a tree trunk. They also

    breathe through their trunks.

    Q1. Answer the questions briefly:

    (a) Write the average weight of an African elephant?

    Ans._______________________________________________________________________________

    _________________________________________________________________________

    (b) What do African elephants eat?

    Ans._______________________________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________________________

    (c) What do the elephants use their trunks for?

    Ans._______________________________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________________________

    (d) Write the antonym and synonym of “tall”.

    Ans._______________________________________________________________________________

    ________________________________________________________________________

  • Q2.Rearrange these jumbled words to form meaningful sentences.

    (a) are going circus to the we

    ________________________________________________________________

    (b) works bank mother in my a

    ________________________________________________________________

    Q3. Fill in the blanks using the correct words from the brackets:

    1) After many wars, our two nations are finally at ___________ (piece, peace).

    2) We listened to the old man’s __________ (tale, tail) of how he lost his arm.

    LET’S PRACTICE NOTICE

    Q1) Your school is organizing a painting competition for classes III –V in the school premises. Draft a notice to

    be put up on the notice board giving the necessary details. You are Shyam/Shyama.

  • Task IV

    These Simple Things

    By Ruskin Bond

    The simplest things in life are best

    A patch of green,

    A small bird’s nest,

    A drink of water, fresh and cold,

    The taste of bread,

    A song of old;

    These are the things that matter most.

    The laughter of a child,

    A favourite book,

    Flowers growing wild,

    A cricket singing in a shady nook.

    A ball that bounces high!

    A summer shower,

    A rainbow in the sky,

    The touch of a loving hand,

    And time to rest

    These simple things in life are best

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