Theory:

Poem: Busy World
Author: Frances Gorman Risser
 
Important!
Note: The following poem is meant for additional reading only. The students will not be questioned from the poem.
Bees are buzzing, frogs are hopping,
Moles are digging. There’s no stopping
Vines from climbing, grass from growing,
Birds from singing, winds from blowing,
Buds from blooming. Bees are humming,
Sunbeams dancing, raindrops drumming.
All the world is whirling, dizzy,
Summertime is very busy!
 
bee and frog.jpg
Bees are buzzing, frogs are hopping,
 
 
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Moles are digging. There’s no stopping
 
 
wine and grass.jpg
Vines from climbing, grass from growing,

 
bird and wind.jpg
Birds from singing, winds from blowing,
 
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Buds from blooming. Bees are humming,
 
 
sun and rain.jpg
Sunbeams dancing, raindrops drumming.

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All the world is whirling, dizzy,
 
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Summertime is very busy!
Reference:
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2007). Honeycomb. Busy World: Frances Gorman Risser  (pp. 125). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.