01. Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is the 12th President of India. 

02. He became President on 25 July, 2002. 

03. Dr. Kalam was born at Rameshwaram. 

04. He belonged to a poor fisherman family. 

05. His parents were not rich. 

06. He got his early education in Rameshwaram. 

07. He passed high school from Ramanathapuram. 

08. For higher studies, he went to St. Joseph’s College, Tiruchirapalli. 

09. As a child Kalam took interest in Science. 

10. He wanted to become a scientist. 

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11. God made him a scientist. 

12. He made the Prithvi Missile. 

13. He is also known as a missile man. 

14. He is the father of India’s missile programme.

15. Dr. Kalam loves children very much. 

16. He inspires children. 

17. He also guides them. 

18. He is a great patriot. 

19. He always thinks about the country. 

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20. In the time of crisis, he boosts the morale of the nation.


01. Mahatma Gandhi is the father of the Nation. 

02. He was born on October 2, 1869 at Porbandar. 

03. His full name was Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi. 

04. His father was Dewan of Rajkot. 

05. His mother was a religious lady. 

06. His wife was Kasturba. 

07. He passed high school in 1887. 

08. He went to London to study Law. 

09. After returning to India he fought for freedom of the country.

10. In 1893, he went to South Africa. 

11. In South Africa he fought for the rights of the black people. 

12. In 1913, Gandhiji returned to India and fought for the freedom of India. 

13. In 1920 he started the Non-Co-Operation Movement. 

14. In 1930 he launched the Civil Disobedience Movement. 

15. In 1942, he started the Quit India Movement. 

16. He went to jail many times. 

17. He believed in truth and non-violence.

18. People believed in his words and followed him. 

19. A crazy person killed him in 1948. 

20. His popular name was Bapu.

Mahatma Gandhi


01. India is the land of agriculture. 

02. The role of a farmer is very important in our life. 

03. He grows vegetables, rice and wheat.

04. We use these items in our food.

05. The farmer is a very laborious person. 

06. He works from morning till evening. 

07. But he is very poor. 

08. He has many problems. 

09. He ploughs the fields. 

10. He sows the seeds and waters the plants. 

11. At noon he takes his meal. 

12. His life is very simple. 

13. He is illiterate. 

14. He wears a very simple dress.

15. His cattle are his wealth. 

16. He loves them very much. 

17. His life depends on them.

18. Our farmer is never lazy. 

19. He is the bread- giver of the country. 

20. People respect him. 

21. Our Prime Ministers Lal Bahadur Shastriji and Charan Singh were from farmer families. 

22. Lal Bahadur Shastri gave the slogan “Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan” during the China War in 1962.

23. Indian farmers are very content. 

24. He spends his whole life in poverty. 

25. He takes loans for his needs from moneylenders. 

26. Moneylenders exploit him very badly. 

27. Thus till death he remains in debt.

28. He believes in God for monsoon. 

His farming depends on the monsoon. 

29. In monsoon his crop is good. 

30. If the monsoon is bad his crop is bad. 

31. He is really a good person. 

32. Infact, he is a very important member of society. 

33. He plays a very important role in our national and social life. 

34. We should take care of him as he takes care of us. 

35. We should respect him. 

36. We salute him.

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01. I am a class IV student. 

02. I study at A.P.S. 

03. There are many teachers in my school. 

04. But I like Mrs. Sheffali most. 

05. She is my class teacher. 

06. She teaches us General Science. 

07. She is very soft in voice and very beautiful in personality. 

08. She teaches us in III period. 

09. She is the lady of manners and etiquettes. 

10. She behaves in the best manner. 

11. She is very punctual in her duty and never misses the class. 

12. She has command over her subject. 

13. She teaches us General science in a very simple language. 

14. I understand what she teaches us. 

15. She is very helpful to the children. 

16. She treats the children in a loving manner. 

17. She does not beat us. 

18. But sometimes she is strict. 

19. She teaches us manners and discipline. 

20. Sheffali is a married woman. 

21. I also respect her like my mother. 

22. I never give her trouble.

23. We wish her a good life and long life.

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01. Mother Teresa was a saint. 

02. She was born in 1910 in Albania. 

03. She helped the poor and the weak. 

04. She started an Ashram for the poors. 

05. At the age of 18, she became a nun. 

06. Later, she became a teacher in St. Mary’s High School in Kolkata. 

06. She was moved by the misery of the poors in the slums of Kolkata. 

07. Then in 1946, she decided to work for the poors. 

08. She was the angel of mercy. 

09. She was a lady of simplicity. 

10. She walked barefooted. 

11. She was a messenger of love and peace. 

12. She did not hesitate in serving the lepers. 

13. She believed in love. 

14. Her manners were humble. 

15. Her voice was soft and her smile was from the heart.

16. Her message was “Let us love each other and live and let live”. 

17. Because of her contribution to humanity she got the Nobel Peace Prize. 

18. She was declared a saint by Roman Catholic Church. 

19. The world respected her very much. 

20. She was a ray of hope for millions of poors. 

21. She saw God in service  to mankind. 

22. She said “Only care and love can bring peace”. 

23. We should try to follow her.

24. She was an angel of kindness and mercy. 

25. She was the winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1979. 

26. When she died in 1997, the whole world became sad. 

27. She was one of the rare people who served mankind selflessly. 

28. For Mother Teresa, the only humanity was his religion.

29. She used to say “The poors need more love and compassion than money”. 

30. She made the entire world her country 

31. and for whole life remained involved in removing the misfortunes of mankind.

32. She is no more but her Ashram still exists. 

33. It is really true that great people never die. 

34. They live among us through their great works.

Mother Teresa


01. Discipline means self-control. 

02. Today, discipline is most necessary in life. 

03. By discipline we make life better. 

04. It is necessary at home and at school. 

05. Discipline makes our life systematic. 

06. If there is discipline there is order. 

07. There is no discipline, there is no order. 

08. India is a democratic country. 

People elect their government. 

09. In democracy discipline is more important. 

10. Everything depends upon discipline. 

11. So we must learn discipline. 

12. We must get up early in the morning. 

13. We should go to the park. 

14. We should have a light walk and exercise. 

15. We should reach school half an hour before. 

16. In the school we must behave in a disciplined manner. 

17. Never break the queue when you enter the school.

18. Besides our dress we should be neat and clean. 

19. The shoes should be polished. 

20. Before leaving home we must check our bag.

21. On the road, we should cross the road through the zebra line. 

22. We should walk on the left hand. 

23. At night we should sleep till 10 p.m. 

24. At home also, we must fix our programmes. 

25. Right work at the right time is the mantra of discipline. 

26. In other words,

    Work while you work,

    Play while you play.

    That is the way

    To be happy and Gay.

27. That is the lesson of discipline.

28. It is truly said that a disciplined life leads to happiness while an indisciplined life leads to misery. 

29. All the great people of the world were disciplined. 

30. Mahatma Gandhi once said, “without discipline we cannot bring true democracy.” 

31. He further said “If you are not disciplined”, how will you control such a big country.” 

32. If you want to change the world, first change yourself.



01. Peacock is a very beautiful bird. 

02. It is also our national bird. 

03. It is the king of birds. 

04. It is a heavy bird. 

05. It does not fly in the sky. 

06. Its neck is long. 

07. Its eyes are small. 

08. It has a crown on its head. 

09. The crown is very attractive. 

10. The feathers on its tail are also very beautiful.

11. Peacock dances in the rain. 

12. When Peacocks dance in a group, this scene is very enjoyable and fascinating. 

13. Peacocks live in gardens and forests. 

14. Peacock likes clouds very much. 

15. Peacock’s food is insects. 

16. It is a friend of a farmer. 

17. Peacock’s female is called pea-hen. 

18. It is smaller than a peacock.

19. Peacock’s legs are not beautiful. 

20. It weeps when it sees its legs. 

21. It is a very beautiful bird. 

22. Some people hunt peacocks for enjoyment. 

23. It is a bad habit. 

24. We should preserve it. 

25. We should not hurt it.



01. The postman is a government servant. 

02. He is a member of society. 

03. He distributes letters, packets, money orders etc. 

04. He wears a soil colour uniform. 

05. Everybody knows him. 

06. His job is very difficult. 

07. On foot or cycle he moves in the village and city.

08. Sometimes he brings happy news, sometimes money orders. 

09. He keeps letters in his bag. 

10. His bag is very simple. 

11. The postman is a very simple man. 

12. He gets a small salary. 

13. He lives his life in a simple way.

14. He never complains. 

15. Yes, he sometimes demands a tip on Diwali or Id. 

16. We should take care of him. 

17. He does his duties everyday. 

18. In the cold or winter he does his work. 

19.We should love and respect him.

20. Though in today’s age, people generally prefer E-mail 

21. but the importance of the postman 

22. who manually distributes letters has not been diminished.



01. India is the land of festivals. 

02. Independence Day is our national festival. 

03. It is celebrated on 15th August. 

04. On 15th August India became independent in 1947.

05. Every year, we celebrate it. 

06. In Delhi we celebrate Independence Day. 

07. Many people gather before Red Fort. 

08. Our Prime Minister hoists the National flag and delivers a speech. 

09. We listen to him on television. 

10. Independence Day is celebrated with gaiety and joy.

11. In every school and public place a national flag is hoisted. 

12. In our school also our Principal hoists the national flag. 

13. Then he delivers a speech. 

14. The Principal asks us to follow the ideals of freedom fighters. 

15. Sweets are distributed. 

16. Some programmes also take place. 

17. National anthem is sung in a group. 

18. Later on we sing songs and dance together.

Independence Day


01. Republic Day is our important national festival. 

02. We celebrate it on 26th January every year. 

03. On 26th January 1950 our country, India became a Republic Country. 

04. On this day our constitution came into force. 

05. Our president hoists the flag. 

06. He takes salute to the march past. 

07. The March past starts from Vijay Ghat and ends at Red Fort. 

08. Lot of people watch it. 

09. The infantry, navy and airforce take part in it. 

10. School children also take part in the celebrations.

11. Republic Day is celebrated in all cities. 

12. In every city national flags are hoisted. 

13. In our school also the flag is hoisted by the principal. 

14. Sweets are distributed. 

15. Dance and song programmes also take place. 

16. We swear to protect our freedom. 

17. Infact, Republic Day is a symbol of pride for us.

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