A virus corona or COVID-19 which has a bad effect on India, Italy, France, Iran, America, Spain, China, and many more countries. This virus has come from Wuhan in China and has destroyed all the countries, this virus has caused many deaths and some people have Hospitalized this virus is mostly found in old-aged people who are suffering from diabetes, asthma.
We have to take precautions for COVID-19:-
1) By washing your hands.
2) By using sanitizer(alcohol-based).
3) By not touching your face.
4) By using a mask when you are having a cold, cough.
Symptoms of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) are:-
Fever, cough, cold, Drownisness, Body pain, Respiratory problems.
Please be safe and stay home. We have to fight from coronavirus.
Importance of morning walk
“Mind resides in a healthy body“. We all agree that in today’s fast life it is essential to keep ourselves fit and active. Therefore we must set up a proper routine to complete our daily work so that we have some time for ourselves too. A morning walk is a good way to start with our routine as the atmosphere is silent and clean. There is cool breeze blowing and it feels refreshing. Morning walk tones our muscles and improves our blood circulation. Our body becomes energetic and we remain fit and healthy.
I have a pet rabbit. Its name is Bunnie. It is brown in colour and white patches on one eye and both the ears. It is soft and furry. It likes to eat carrots. It keeps running around in the garden. Whenever it sees me, it runs between my legs and pimps around me. We have made a small burrow for it in the garden.
I love Bunnie very much.
The horse has a strong and beautiful body. He has four legs and a long beautiful tail. His neck looks very beautiful. Horses are of many sizes and colours. He is a very useful animal. He is harnessed to carriages. He is used for riding and ploughing. Some horses are specially trained to be used in battles and processions. He carries heavy loads specially in hilly countries. The horses eats grass and grams. He is very faithful to his master. Warriors are very fond of their horses.
Our class sits in a room in the upper storey. It is 25 feet long and 20 feet wide. There are two doors, four windows and 8 ventilators. The walls are painted with bright colors. The floor is made of wooden. Our room is airy, open and well ventilated.
There are 20 tables 40 chairs. The tables are arranged in 5 rows of 4 tables each. There are 2 chairs at each table. In front there is a raised wooden platform. The teacher’s table, chair and a blackboard are placed on the platform. There is an almirah for the use of teachers.
The walls are decorated with beautiful pictures, cartoon characters, maps, diagrams and mottoes. A smart board is also there in our class. The time table and charts hung on the front wall. It is kept perfectly neat and clean.
My Pet Dog
I have a little pet dog. I call it puppy. I love it very much. When I come from school it comes running towards me. It lies at my feet, wags its tail and licks my hand. I feed it with my own hand. I wash it with soap. It follows me when I go out for a walk. It has a collar round its neck. It is very faithful and intelligent. It keeps watch at night. I should not like to part with it.
The School Playground
There is a good playground in our school. It is just close to the school. It has green grass looking like green velvet all round the ground.
There are green shrubs which are beautifully trimmed. There is a gardener to water and look after it. It is divided into 4 parts. We play football, hockey, cricket and volleyball. It is compulsory for every student to take part in games. Each game is in the charge of a teacher. The games begin at half past five.
It is pleasant sight to see all the students at play. The headmaster and the Teachers join the games. There is a wave of joy and happiness everywhere. All look bright happy and jolly.
AN INDIAN FESTIVAL HOLI
India is the land of fairs and festivals. The Hindus, Muslims, and the Christians have their own festivals. Holi is an important festivals of Hindus. It’s the festival of joy and happiness. It is celebrated every in the month of March when the spring season pervades everywhere.
The legend behind it- The festival of Holi is celebrated in the memory of devotee Prahlad. His father, Hiranyakashyap, tortured him much but he did not give up his faith in god. Hiranyakashyap asked his sister, Holika, who when sit in fire she doesn’t burn to sit in burning fire with Prahlad. Holika was burnt to ashes but Prahlad was remained safe.
How it is celebrated- On the day of holi aheep of sticks is burnt. Women and men sing folk songs. They sprinkle colors and water on one another. They also use colored powder. Children smear colors on faces of one another even the oldest people pass mischievous remarks on one another. It removes social inequality. It creates the feelings of friendliness and mutual relationship among the people.
Time is money
It is rightly said that the time is most precious than money. Money once lost can be regained sooner or later, but time once lost is lost forever. There is a famous saying that time and tide wait for none.
A lost opportunity may spoil once life. Those who do not listen to the alarm of time, repent afterwards. A wise person waits for the proper and opportune time. If he makes full use of it he leads a successful and happy life. It is no doubt advisable to change the plans according to the time. Whatever the job be, it is of paramount importance for everyone to make use of time to be successful. Hence learn not to waste time.
The modern man in the name of progress has interfered too much with nature. As a result, environment has become polluted. Step by step, the precious gifts of nature are being destroyed. There are three kinds of pollution such as:
Air pollutions- Air pollutions are mostly caused by smoke coming out of the chimneys of factories, mills or workshops etc. Air pollutions may cause lung diseases, asthma, eye flu, headache etc.
Water pollution- Water is the basis of life but greed of man to get more and more money pollutes it. The owner of industries dump waste materials on the surface of earth or in rivers, lakes, ponds etc. Thus water is polluted. People uses this polluted water and invite a number of diseases.
Noise pollutions- Noise more than that of 80 decibels is said to cause deafness and some other diseases. In large cities the roar of vehicles is unbearable. Their engines and horns create noise pollutions which is harmful for people’s physical as well as mental health.