PSEB 5th Class Welcome Life Solutions Chapter 9 Right Solution to the Problem

Punjab State Board PSEB 5th Class Welcome Life Book Solutions Chapter 9 Right Solution to the Problem Textbook Exercise Questions and Answers.

PSEB Solutions for Class 5 Welcome Life Chapter 9 Right Solution to the Problem

Welcome Life Guide for Class 5 PSEB Right Solution to the Problem Textbook Questions and Answers

(a) Let’s fly a kite

Today I am reading to you an incident of Hon’ble Teacher Mr. Sandeep Singh Bahlvi, published in ‘Bal Magazine’ …………..

You may have commonly seen flying kites. Many of you children will also be flying kites on holidays. During Childhood, I used to be like you. I also used to fly kites.

A day before spring, me and my friend Nima were flying kites. Other people were also flying kites on the roofs of the houses. We both were having fun.

Suddenly the string got entangled from Nimme. I wanted to leave more string but the string got entangled. All the fun was gritty. The kite could not be saved and got cut. I got very angry at Nimme. Nimme vented his anger on the wheel.

Now I think, that it was not of Nimme’s fault. There was no fault of wheel either. The fault was of the entanglement in the string, of the confusion. So, if there was no entangle¬ment then the kite would have kept flying in the sky.

Oral Questions:

Question 1.
From where did the teacher read the story to the children?
Form the child magazine.

Question 2.
Who all were flying the kite?
Author (Shri Sandeep Singh Bahlavi) and Nima.

Question 3.
Why was the children’s fun got spoiled?
The kite was cut due to the entanglement of the string.

Question 4.
Whose fault was it?
Entanglement of the string.

The children were told that Problems are part of life.

They are in every man’s life. They are for me also but there is a solution to every problem

So let’s sing
If the question is not understood, if the elder
child threatens, if any worry disturbs
Go to your teacher and get rid of the confusion
Neither be scared nor scare anyone.

(b) The solution to every problem

A picture of the Cabinet (Raj Darbar) will be displayed in front of the children. The faces shown in this picture will be anxious.

Five children will recite five verses
The first child – Let’s look at this picture The sitting king, the standing minister.

The second child – The problem is really serious. Sisters and brothers all together.
The third child – The whole assembly is in trouble. The courtier is astonished/ in wonder
The fourth child – All the gifted. Wise great scientists are welcome.

Fifth child – The solution to the problem will be found. Disaster will subside.

So kids – from this poetry lesson we have come to the conclusion that:
1. Even the greatest person can have a trouble/confusion.
2. In times of difficulty/confusion there is a need to discuss together.
3. Logic and Argument can solve complexities

Question 1.
When it rains, all of my books and I get wet and so I have to take leave on that day.

Question 2.
What did you do to resolve your confusion?

1. I started keeping my school bag in the big bag of polythene.
2. I used my father’s old raincoat while going to school oil rainy days. In this way, I solved my problem.

(C) Teacher’s note

Savijot’s is a bright student of class five. He has been frustrated for the last two months. His interest in studies has also decreased. His peers have also noticed his stress. He also remains absent from school.

Savijot’s conversation with the teacher :

Teacher: What’s the matter, you are no longer interested in Reading Corner?
Savijot’s : Sir I am short of time.

Teacher: How is that possible? At first, you were at the forefront reading every new book.
Savijot’s : Earlier it was fine sir, now it has become difficult due to household work.

Teacher : But tell me the reason?
Savijot’s : My father has been ill for the last three months.

Teacher : What happened?
Savijot’s : Sir, TB has been detected from the test report.

Teacher : Don’t be afraid, there is a cure for this disease. Patients get free medicine from government hospitals.
Savijot’s : Yes sir, we have just started treatment from there.

Teacher : Both the treatment and precaution are important.
Savijot : OK sir.

Teacher : Don’t worry about your studies. Your syllabus will be completed. Don’t be afraid of anything. Let me know if there is any need. You are our wise student.

Precautions: TB is a contagious disease. When caring for a patient, you should put a mask on your face. The patient’s clothes should be washed every day and the bed sheets should be changed. The patient should be given a balanced diet.

Oral Questions:

Question 1.
Why was Savijot’s upset?
His father was suffering from T.B.

Question 2.
What was his father’s ailment?
From T.B.

Question 3.
What did the teacher tell her?
Do not be afraid, this disease has its treatment. Patients on get free medicine form government hospitals.

Question 4.
Name two infectious diseases
T.B. and Corona.

PSEB 5th Class Welcome Life Guide Right Solution to the Problem Important Questions and Answers

Multiple Choice Questions :

Question 1.
From which magazine was the published incident told by reading?
(a) From Child Magazine
(b) From Newspaper
(c) From Book
(d) From Novel.
(a) From Child Magazine.

Question 2.
The incident, which was told, was written by whom?
(a) Gurdial Singh
(b) Sandeep Singh Bahlavi
(c) Amrita Singh
(d) Dushyant Kumar.
(b) Sandeep Singh Bahlavi.

Question 3.
With whom was the author angry?
(a) With Nima
(b) With Himself
(c) With Kite
(d) With Neighbour.
(a) With Nima.

Question 4.
The Kite was cut, who was responsible for this?
(a) Nima
(b) Charkhari
(c) Entanglement
(d) None of the above.
(c) Entanglement.

Fill in the blanks :

1. Savijot is an intelligent ………………….. of class fifth.
2. The ………………….. of Savijot was suffering from the disease of T.B.
3. T.B. is a ………………….. disease.
1. Student
2. father
3. communicable.

Tick Right (✓) or Wrong (✗) :

1. T.B. is not a communicable disease.
2. The patients get free medicine of T.B. from government hospitals.
3. The kite is cut. It was the fault of Nima.
1. ✗
2. ✓
3. ✗

Mind Mapping :

Match the following :

2. Kite was cut (b) Communicable disease
3. T.B. (c) Kite
4. Book Reading (d) Entanglement of the string.
1. (c)
2. (d)
3. (b)
4. (a).

Question 1.
If kite is cut, who is responsible for it?
Entanglement of the string.

Question 2.
What was the problem in Savijot’s house?