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Reading comprehension helps students  develop the knowledge, skills and experience they must have if they are to become competent and enthusiastic readers. 

In Comprehension reading, you must be able to understand what you read. If you can understand, it’s worth the reading.

Benefits of Reading

·         Reading exercises our brain, improves brain connectivity.

·         Reading improves concentration and reduces stress.

  • Reading teaches children about the world around them.

·         Reading improves vocabulary and comprehension.

  • Reading develops a child's imagination.
  • Reading is fun.

·         empowers you to empathize with other people.

·         aids in sleep readiness.

·         prevents cognitive decline as you age.

Comprehension Reading- GRADE 2 part 2


Birds are the only animals that have feathers and belong to the scientific class called Aves. Birds are an amazing species that come in endless colours, sizes, and types. They have been around for millions of years and have always made us jealous with their ability to fly. They can be as small as the hummingbird, or as large as the ostrich. A bird’s feathers are what help them fly and stay warm or cool in different climates.

Q. Which feature of bird makes us jealous?

a. various sizes                   

b. colours

c. ability to fly                    

d. none


Q. What help birds to stay warm and cold?

a. beaks                      

b. legs

c. feathers                          

d. eyes

Q. Which is the largest bird?

a. humming bird        

b. ostrich


c. parrot                      

d. sparrow


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We draw, recite, play read and write,

We add, subtract, multiply and divide,

We learn to punctual, neat and tidy,

We learn to obey our teachers and be their pride,

We have lots of fun at school,

Once we are done with our work, we play,

We are students and our future are bright.

Q. Who is we in the stanza?

a. teachers                              

b. students                       

c. policeman                           

d. school

 Q. When do we play?

a. before work                        

b. after work                    

c. during work                        

d. all

Q. What is bright?


a. future                     

b. sun                                             

c. moon                      

d. all


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The solar system consists of a central star, which is the sun, and the bodies that orbit it. Mercury is the nearest planet to the sun. Venus is the second planet from the sun. The Earth is the third planet to orbit the sun. About 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. The Earth has one natural satellite, called the moon. Mars is the fourth planet from the sun and is known as the red planet. Mars has two tiny moons. Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun. It is the largest planet in the solar system.

Q. Which is the central star of solar system?

a. earth         

b. mars          

c. sun            

d. moon

Q. Which planet is nearest to sun

a. Venus        

b. moon        

c. mars          

d. earth

Q. Which is the largest planet?

a. jupiter       

b. mars          

c. earth         

d. venus

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The clown in a circus show plays an important role. He entertains the people. He makes funny gestures and remarks. His appearance too is very funny. He paints his face and puts on a multi-coloured dress. He also puts on a strange-looking cap. The spectators begin to laugh as soon as the clown enters the ring. They enjoy the clown’s antics and his remarks about the other actors. He looks a foolish clown, but he is a skilled artiste. He can imitate actions of the other actors successfully. People get a pleasant surprise when the clown starts dancing on the rope or wire. The clown appears during the interval between one feat and the other and makes the spectators laugh heartily.

Q. Who is a circus clown?

         a. a foolish man                

          b. skilled artiste        

          c. spectator      

Q. why does clown paints his face?

                 a. he likes painting                            

                  b. to look funny                                 

                 c. make us laugh                                

                 d. hide himself  

Q. how can you describe a clown?


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