Poem A House A Home Class 6th Solution-Poem-3 | Tulip-Series What is the difference between a house and a home? Discuss it with your partner. Then read the poem Poem 3: A House, A Home (Lorraine M. Hali).
Poem A House A Home Class 6th Solution-Poem-3
- What is a house?
- It’s brick and stone
- and wood that’s hard.
- Some window glass,
- and perhaps a yard.
- It’s eaves and chimneys
- and tile floors
- and stucco and roof
- and lots of doors.
- What is a home?
- It’s loving and family
- and doing for others.
- It’s brothers and sister
- and fathers and mothers.
- It’s unselfish acts
- and kindly sharing
- and showing your loved ones
- you’re always caring.
THINKING ABOUT THE POEM A House A Home Class 6th Solution
Q1. Do you agree with what the poet says? Talk to your partner and complete these sentences.
(i) A house is made of___________
Answer. A house is made of bricks, stone, cement, iron, and wood.
(ii) It has___________
Answer. It has many rooms, stories, white floors, tiled bathrooms, bedrooms, study rooms, dining tables, etc.
(ii) A home is made by__________
Answer. A home is made by the toil of the head of the family with the help of the entire family.
(iv) It has__________
Answer It has a grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, brothers, and sisters.
Q2. Now complete these sentences about your house and home.
(i) My house is___________
Answer. My house is made of bricks, stone, cement, iron, and wood. It has four rooms, two tiled bathrooms, and a storeroom.
(ii) The best thing about my home is___________
Answer The best thing about my home is that there live an honest, noble, sympathetic, and loving family.