Class 2 English Chapter 4 Keep Healthy

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Class 2 English Chapter 4 Keep Healthy

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Also, you can read the SCERT book online in these sections Solutions by Expert Teachers as per SCERT (CBSE) Book guidelines. These solutions are part of SCERT All Subject Solutions. Here we have given Assam Board Class 2 English Chapter 4 Keep Healthy Solutions for All Subjects, You can practice these here.

(কীপ হেলদি) স্বাস্থ্য ৰক্ষা কৰা

Chapter – 4

ইংৰাজী (ENGLISH)

Look at the pictures given below. Find out the differences in them:

Raj is getting ready to go to school. 

Joy won’t go to school because he is ill. 

Work in pairs. Ask each other: 

Which picture do you like and why do you like it? 

I like the first picture. Because the room is clean. 


1. Look at the pictures. Put a tick (√) or cross (x) on the box to show what you should do or what you should not do:

2. Let’s sing: 

                        Brush, brush, brush your teeth 

                         Brush them every day.

                         Father, mother, brother, sister,

                          Brush them every day.

Comb, comb, comb your hair

Comb it every day.

Father, mother, brother, sister,

Comb it every day.

Wash, Wash, Wash your face

Wash it every day.

Father, mother, brother, sister,

Wash it every day.

অসমীয়া ভাবানুবাদঃ তোমাৰ দাঁত সদায় মাজিবা। মা, দেউতা, ভাই, ভনী সকলোৱে সদায় দাঁত মাজিবা। চুলি সদায় আচুৰিবা। মা, দেউতা, ভাই, ভনী সকলোৱে সদায় চুলি আচুৰিবা। মুখখন সদায় ধুবা। মা, দেউতা, ভাই, ভনী সকলোৱে মুখখন সদায় ধুবা।

brush, comb, wash, face, teeth, hair (ব্ৰাছ, কৌম, ওৱাশ্ব, ফেইচ, টীথ, হেয়াৰ)

3. Let’s be healthy: 

Wash your hands before a meal. 

Wash fruits and vegetables before you eat.

Clip Your nails. 

Have a bath every day.

Keep your playground clean. 

Throw garbage in the dustbin. 

4. Work in pairs. Ask each other: 

(a) Do you wash your hands before eating? 

Ans:- Yes, I do.

(b) Do you throw garbage in the dustbin? 

Ans. Yes, I do.

5. Look at the pictures and listen:

This is Dhanti. He is very neat and tidy. He obeys his parents. 

That is Joy . Joy is Dhanti’s brother. He is very naughty. He does not obey his parents. 

Dhanti washes his hands with soap before eating. 

Joy never washes his hands before eating. 

He drinks water from the water filter. He eats food that is covered. 

Sometimes Joy eats uncovered food. So, one day he fell ill. The doctor gave him an injection and some medicines. 

6. Read what the doctor told Joy:

Drink pure water.

Have a bath everyday.

Wear clean clothes.

Wash your hands before eating.

Wash your hands with soap after using the toilet. 

Don’t eat uncovered food. 

7. Let’s say which is healthy. Put a tick (√) or cross (x) for your answer:

8. Work in small groups. Ask each other: 

(a) When do you wash your hands? 

Ans:- I washed my hands before eating. 

(b) Where do you throw garbage at home? 

Ans:- I throw garbage in the dustbin at home. 

(c) Where do you throw banana peels? 

Ans:- I throw banana peels into the dustbin. 

9. Let’s talk about the pictures: 

A boy threw a banana peel on the road. Another boy slipped because of the peel 

 A girl throws the banana peel into the dustbin. 

10. Read as fast as you can: 

Brinda brought a brush, bread, and butter from Brajen’s shop. 

11. Neetu’s teacher like him. He is very neat and tidy. Read what Neetu says: (নীতুজ টিচাৰ লাইক হিম। হি ইজ ভেৰী নীট এণ্ড টাইডি। ৰীড হোৱাট নীতু ছেজ 🙂 শিক্ষকে নীতুক ভাল পায়। সি পৰিস্কাৰ পৰিচ্ছন্ন। নীতুই কি কয় শুনাঃ

I wash my hands with soap. 

I wash my hair with shampoo

I wear clean clothes.

I blow my nose with a handkerchief.

I like to be neat and tidy.

Work in pairs. Take turns to say these words as fast as your can: 

neat Neet clean clothes

blue balloon dirt in the dustbin 

wash with water shine with soap

12. Let’s recite:

Chubby cheeks, dimple chin, 

Rosy lips, teeth within,

Curly hair, very fair, 

Eyes are blue, lovely too,

Teacher’s pet, is that you? 

13. Read what Neeta’s friend Neetu says: 

A toothbrush is to clean your teeth. 

A hairbrush is to tidy your hair. 

A paintbrush is to paint.

I use a toothbrush to brush my teeth clean. 

I use a hairbrush to tidy my hair. 

I use a paintbrush to paint a wall. 

14. Look at the pictures and arrange the letters to form words you have learned:

15. Read:

Now, find out words that end in-th: 

16. Role play:

17. Look at the clocks to tell the time. Listen and repeat: 

18. Match the sentences with the time in the clocks:

19. Let’s recite:

Early to bed and

Early to rise

Makes one

Healthy, wealthy and wise.

অসমীয়া ভাবানুবাদঃ

সোনকালে শোৱা আৰু

সোনকালে উঠাই

মানুহক স্বাস্থ্যবান,

সম্পদশালী আৰু জ্ঞানী কৰে।

early, rise, wise, healthy, wealthy. 

20. Look at the pictures below and number them in the correct order: 

21. Look at the pictures below and complete the sentences: 

22. Read and put a tick (√) for your answer:

About meEvery day Sometimes 
I brush my teeth. 
I have a bath. 
I wash my hair. 
I clip my nails. 
I change my clothes. 
I use a handkerchief. 
I comb my hair. 
I use a handkerchief. 
I wash my hands before eating food. 
I use water in the toilet. 
I use soap.

23. Let’s recite or sing: 

                                                               Bits of paper

Bits of paper

Bits of paper

Lying on the floor

Lying on the floor

Make the place untidy

Make the place untidy

Pick them up

Pick them up.

24. The word ‘pick’ rhymes with ‘tick’ and the word ‘up’ rhymes with ‘cup’. Now, write the rhyming words for each of the following. You may take help of the words in the box:

flying take door trace

(a) make – Take (b) floor – door

(c) place – Trace (d) lying – flying

25. Let’s read:

Oh! l am sorry.

I’ll not do it any more.

Hey: What are you doing? 

Use me to throw waste. 

Let’s talk:

26. Write “yes, I do” or “No, I don’t”: 

(a) Do you throw waste here and there? 

Ans: No, I don’t

(b) Do you wash your hands before eating? 

Ans: Yes, I do.

(c) Do you wash fruits before eating?

Ans: Yes, I do.

(d) Do you eat uncovered food?

Ans: No, I don’t.

(e) Do you brush your teeth twice a day? 

Ans: Yes, I do.

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