7_Meadow Surprises

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7_Meadow Surprises

  1. 1. THIS E- LESSION IS PREPARED BY MRS. RANJEETA SENAPATI TGT (ENGLISH) JNV CUTTACK, ODISHA
  2. 2. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises Before we proceed Walk across a green field, a park or ever under a clump of trees, and you will notice many wonderful things. What are some of the surprises a meadow has for someone with a keen eye and a sharp ear?
  3. 3. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises Meadow surprises -Lois Brandt Phillips About the poetLouis Philips was born in Prussia and moved to California in the early 1850s. He moved to Spadra{now part of Pomona} in 1862 and began engaging in sheep hearding and cattle raising. In 1864, Schlesinger and Tischler acquired the Rancho San Jose in a foreclosure Phillips, who had previously been a manager on the ranch, bought 12000 acres out of the foreclosure. He died of pneumonia in 1900 and is interred at Spadra Cemetery, Pomona.
  4. 4. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises Meadows have surprises You can find them if you look; Walk softly through the velvet grass, And listen by the brook. Brook-A small river
  5. 5. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises You may see a butterfly Rest upon a buttercup And unfold its drinking straws To sip the nectar up. A buttercup-A flower
  6. 6. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises You may scare a rabbit Who is sitting very still; Though at first you may not see him, When he hops you will Scare-Frighten , Afraid of
  7. 7. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises A dandelion whose fuzzy head Was golden days ago Has turned to airy parachutes That flutters when you blow
  8. 8. E- Lesson On Meadow Surprises Explore the meadow houses, The burrows in the ground, A nest beneath tall grasses, The ant’s amazing mound. Mound-A small heap of sand
  9. 9. Oh! Meadows have surprises And many things to tell; You may discover these yourself, If you look and listen well.

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