Grade 5 Crying Worksheets

A. Answer the following questions:

1. According to the poet, should you cry a little or should you cry a lot?
2. What can you do after crying a lot?
3. How will you answer the people who ask you what’s going on up there?

B. Tick (✓) the correct answer (Multiple Choice Questions):

1. Read the first two lines of the poem. How is the poet’s mood?
(a) Happy
(b) Sad
(c) Angry
(d) Upset
2. In the last few lines the mood of the poet has changed. What is it now?
(a) Very happy
(b) Angry
(c) Cheerful
(d) Sad
3. You must cry until your pillow is ……………………. .
(a) wet
(b) soaked
(c) dry
(d) none of these

C. State True or False:

1. The poet says you must not cry much.
2. The poet says that you should cry till your pillow is soaked.
3. The poet says that after crying you should open the window and laugh so that people will see that you are happy.
4. The poet says that you should open the window and show people that you are crying.

D. The word happiness ends in-ness and comes from the word happy. Write three words that end in the same way. Which words do they come from?

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E. Fill in the blanks with the exact feeling words:

1. The tourists were ……………….. to see the beautiful Taj Mahal. (amazed, shocked, worried)
2. The lights went out suddenly. I was alone and …………………. . (worried, shocked, frightened)
3. He has been ill for a long time and his parents were ………………….. . (unhappy, worried, angry)
4. The shopkeeper was ………………… when he saw his safe wide open with all his money missing. (unhappy, shocked, angry)
5. The passengers were ………………… to see the overcrowded train. (shocked, amazed, worried)

F. Identify the words from the poem which are the opposites of:

1. Close …………………
2. Down ………………..
3. First ………………..
4. Sadness ………………
5. Misuse …………………

G. The following words taken from the poem are jumbled. Rearrange the letters to form meaningful words:

1. LASPHS ………………
2. WORHT ……………..
3. POELPE ……………..
4. WILLPO …………….
5. SUMT ……………….

H. Discuss and write:

1. Where do you cry? What are the things that make you cry?
2. Can you cry when you are happy?
3. Which are the things that make you happy? In what ways do you show your happiness?

I. Narrate and incident when you have experienced happiness, excitement, surprise. You can use the following clues:

With whom…
When did it happen…
Why…
Where…
CBSE Class 5 English Crying Worksheets 1

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