ಪ್ರಾಥಮಿಕ ಶಾಲಾ ಮಕ್ಕಳಿಗೆ ಇಂಗ್ಲೀಷ್ ಪ್ರಬಂಧಗಳ ಸಂಗ್ರಹ

10 Lines on Rainy Day in English

  • Among all the seasons, I like the Rainy season the most.
  • Today is a rainy day- it has been raining all day long.
  • My friends and I went to the playground and played there while it was raining.
  • In the evening, we also saw a huge rainbow formed in the sky.
  • The streets are full of water because of the rain.
  • On rainy days, my friends and I prepare paper boats and make them float in the water.
  • I love the smell of earth when it rains after a sunny day.
  • Rain makes the weather so pleasant, refreshing and cool.
  • I like getting wet in rains.
  • I enjoy eating hot fries on rainy days.

My Family

  • I belong to a middle-class nuclear family of 3 members- dad, mom and me. We live in Bengaluru  Karnataka.
  • In my extended family, I have my grandparents who stay in a village in Siddapur.
  • My Dad is a software engineer in an IT company called Keshav, located in our city.
  • My mom too is a software engineer in another IT company called Lakshmi, which is also based in Bengaluru.
  • I visit my grandparents every summer and winter holidays.
  • My grandfather tells me stories about warriors, great leaders, and sometimes even about fairies.
  • My grandmother makes tastiest pickles in the world and I take one big bottle of pickle, every time we return to Siddapur.
  • We all help each other during tough times and share happy moments during good times.
  • My Family always motivates me to be a good person and help people in need.
  • I feel blessed to have such a superb family and I love my family so much!

My Country

  • The name of my country is India.
  • India is also known by the names Hindustan and Bharat.
  • India is a democratic country.
  • Here, people belonging to different religions- Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christians live in harmony with each other.
  • India is admired across the world for its rich culture and traditions.
  • It is the seventh-largest country in the world.
  • It is also the second most populated country in the world.
  • My country believes in the slogan “Unity in diversity”.
  • India has diversity in language, food, folk-dance, clothes, cultures and traditions.
  • I love my country and I am proud to be an Indian.
Illustration of a Group of Kids Playing Cricket in the Park

My Favourite Game Cricket

  • I love playing many outdoor games, but cricket is my favourite game.
  • Cricket is one of the most famous sports in the world.
  • People in India are very passionate about cricket.
  • I play cricket at my school playground with my classmates.
  • I also play cricket in the park near my home with my friends.
  • In cricket, there are two teams with 11 players each.
  • There are batsmen, bowlers, fielders and a wicket-keeper in each team.
  • The team which wins the toss gets to decide whether it will bat or field first. The team with the highest score wins.
  • There are many rules and regulations in cricket, which make it more interesting.
  • Sachin Tendulkar is my favourite cricketer and is known as the God of Cricket.

Essay on My School Garden

  • I study at Delhi Public School.
  • We have a huge garden in our school.
  • My school garden is not only big but also very pleasing.
  • It is situated in front of the main building of the school.
  • It has dedicated gardeners who regularly water the plants.
  • The gardeners also cut the shrubs in even shape so that the garden looks more organised.
  • The garden has roses, sunflowers, daisies, marigolds and so many other kinds of beautiful flowers.
  • It has shrubs and trees like Ashoka trees, Neem trees, Banyan trees, Peepal trees, etc.
  • The garden also comprises fruit-bearing trees such as Mango trees, Orange trees, Guava trees, Pomegranate trees, etc. On ripening, these fruits are distributed among the students of my school.
  • After having lunch, I love spending time in my school garden admiring its beauty.
My favourite subject

English Is My Favourite Subject

  • English is my favourite subject in school as it is interesting and pleasant to study.
  • I love reading and this subject has a huge collection of stories and poems in its curriculum.
  • Every chapter of the English textbook has an amazing collection of pictures.
  • These pictures in the stories and poems make it even more interesting to study and remember.
  • I love English as a subject as this gives me an opportunity to explore my writing skills too.
  • I learn new words at the end of every new chapter and I try using them while writing essays on my own.
  • My vocabulary considerably improves as I progress with each chapter of the subject.
  • I like to take up spelling tests occasionally so that whenever I get a spelling wrong I can learn from it.
  • This also helps me write my sentences correctly and ensures that they make sense to the reader.
  • I love English as a subject as this gives me an opportunity to express my thoughts and views in simple words.

An Essay on My Dream

  • Everyone has a dream to achieve something in his/her life.
  • Some people dream of becoming rich, some want to become famous and some want to make others’ lives better by helping them.
  • My dream is to become a scientist. It is not an easy-to-achieve goal. But I know I can do it.
  • My inspiration is Dr A P J Abdul Kalam. He was an aerospace scientist.
  • Science always entices me. There are so many exciting things to learn in it.
  • I enjoy reading science books on natural processes, inventions, discoveries, plants, animals, human beings, chemical reactions, etc.
  • Scientists solve global challenges, make innovations and they get to learn new things every now and then.
  • When I become a scientist, I want to help society through my revolutionary ideas.
  • There are so many issues including pollution and global warming. I want to innovate such devices which help the world in eradicating such problems.
  • My parents and teachers always motivate me to study well and passionately work towards achieving my dream.

My Mother Essay

  • My mother’s name is Janette Thomas.
  • She works as a school teacher in St. Mary’s Convent located at Mumbai.
  • She works very hard and takes care of each member of my family.
  • She cooks delicious meals for all of us and always prays to God for the well-being of the entire family.
  • My mother always helps me in my studies and is ever ready to sacrifice her sleep during my exams.
  • She always urges me to follow the righteous path of life and motivates me to work hard.
  • She helps my father and grandparents in making positive decisions of life.
  • She is my best friend and I share every small detail about myself with her.
  • She is always concerned about the welfare of every member of my family.
  • I pray to God to bless my mother with good health and happy life.

My Pet Dog

  • My pet dog’s name is Bruno. He is from the breed of German Shepherds.
  • He is 2 years old, fluffy and black and brown in colour.
  • He gets delighted to see me when I come back from school.
  • He protects our house from intruders, especially during nights.
  • He spends most of his time with me and my Dad.
  • He is very gentle with us but gets extremely aggressive when he spots a stranger.
  • He goes with my father for morning walks and with me for evening walks.
  • We provide him with healthy food, fresh milk and meat.
  • He loves playing, jumping and running. He is very active all the time.
  • When I am upset, he cheers me up by licking me and showering lots of love. I love him so much.

Myself Essay

  • My name is Sharan Ahuja and I am 9 years old.
  • I study in Canadian International School, Bangalore.
  • I study in Class 3 and I am the monitor of my Class.
  • My favourite subjects are English and Mathematics.
  • I am a sincere student and also actively participate in extra-curricular activities.
  • My father’s name is Anand Ahuja and my mother’s name is Sampada Ahuja.
  • My father is a professor at Bangalore University and my mother is an IT professional.
  • I have two siblings- an elder brother and a younger sister.
  • My brother studies in Class 7 and my sister is in Class 1.
  • My hobbies include playing cricket and watching cartoons.

My Favourite Season “Winter” Essay

  • Winter is my favourite season of the year.
  • During winter, the weather is very cold and the temperature falls even below 5℃ in some parts of the country.
  • Winter season usually starts in the month of November and ends in February.
  • December and January are the coldest months of the season.
  • In the course of this season, some places face heavy snowfall and hailstorms.
  • People wear warm clothes like jackets, sweaters and coats. Some also burn little pieces of wood to get some warmth.
  • Hot drinks and eatables are preferred by people to keep themselves warm.
  • This season offers us lots of fresh fruits and vegetables like oranges, kiwis, bananas, apples, radish, carrots and green vegetables.
  • I like drinking hot milk with bournvita in the winter season.
  • During winters, I love to cover myself with a quilt and read books when at home.

My Hobby “Cricket” Essay

  • There must be something that rejuvenates us after a tiring day- something that makes us happy and relaxed. That something is called a hobby.
  • My hobby is playing cricket. It makes me feel fresh and energetic.
  • I play it daily after school, with my friends in the playground, behind my house.
  • Playing outdoor games makes us physically fit. It also boosts the concentration of the mind.
  • Activities like bowling, running between the wickets, wicket-keeping, batting and fielding require a lot of physical movement.
  • I have made so many friends while playing cricket. Cricket encourages teamwork.
  • I think cricket is much better than sitting hours in front of the computer screen or playing video games.
  • When I study after playing, I am able to concentrate better and grasp concepts faster.
  • My passion for playing cricket has also won me the captaincy in my school cricket team.
  • My family motivates me to play well and study hard. I even got my own cricket kit as a birthday present, the previous year.

My Neighbour Essay

  • My neighbour’s name is Mr Harsh Thakur. He is an Army Officer.
  • He is polite and offers me chocolates whenever I visit his house.
  • He is tall and always has a smile on his face. He is a very punctual and hardworking person.
  • He regularly goes for evening walks and plays badminton too.
  • He is married, has a son and a pet dog.
  • His wife is a professor. She makes delightful pancakes and sends some to our house too.
  • Their son Shivam is a good friend of mine. We play together after school.
  • All of us have been to many picnics together. The previous time, we went to a zoo and had a great time.
  • We invite each other on birthdays and other occasions. Our neighbours are also like a part of our family.
  • Our families help each other in times of need. We are fortunate to have a good neighbourhood.

My Book Essay

  • Books are a great source of information and knowledge to their readers.
  • Reading books is considered a good habit as it increases our knowledge and wisdom.
  • Books give us the insight to expand our thinking capacity and enhance our vocabulary.
  • My favourite book is Noddy Storybook Treasury, which is written by Enid Blyton.
  • This storybook includes a fantastic collection of stories of Noddy and all his Toy Town friends from Toyland.
  • I read the storybook during bedtime every day as all the stories are really interesting to read.
  • The book has beautiful pictures in it along with an amazing collection of stories.

Five Lines On My School Bag

  • I have a cute little red school bag.
  • It is very useful and helps me to keep my belongings safe.
  • I carry my exercise books, a pencil case, lunch box and a water bottle in it.
  • It is very spacious and has small pockets inside to carry essential things.
  • My school bag keeps my books and other belongings safe from external damage like sun, dust or rain.

Essay On Mango

  • Mango is the national fruit of India which is loved by one and all.
  • It is a very juicy, pulpy and luscious fruit.
  • Ripe mangoes can either be consumed raw or in the form of salad, juice, jams, milkshake or pickles.
  • Mango is a rich source of various vitamins and minerals.
  • It is regarded as the king of fruits and comes in various shapes and sizes.
  • There are a huge variety of mangoes which are cultivated in India like Alphonso, Dasheri, Langra, Badami, Malda, Banganapalli among others.
  • It grows extensively during the summer season across various parts of India.
  • Mango is my favourite fruit because it has a sweet and refreshing flavour.
  • In addition to its taste, the fruit has many nutritional and health benefits too.
  • Mango is a tasty fruit and everyone loves its juicy and lip-smacking flavour.

My Best Friend

  • I have a huge group of friends at my school, but my best friend’s name is Arjun.
  • He has a round face with brown hair and eyes.
  • My best friend is funny and outgoing by nature.
  • He is a gentle and well-mannered boy who is loved by one and all.
  • He is very good at his studies and helps me in my studies too.
  • We sit, study and play together at school.
  • Arjun and I stay in the same locality.
  • His parents and my parents are good friends too. They visit us often.
  • During break time, we eat and share our lunch with each other.
  • On my birthday, he gives me wonderful gifts. I also give him nice gifts on his birthday.
  • I always pray to God to keep us safe and healthy at all times.

My Teacher

  • My favourite teacher’s name is Ms Stella D’Souza.
  • She is my class teacher and takes our attendance on a daily basis.
  • Although she has a strict personality, she is very caring and kind by nature.
  • She is very disciplined and punctual and always comes to class on time.
  • She teaches us the English subject and tells us a lot of interesting stories.
  • My teacher gives us a warm hug before we walk in and out of our class every day.
  • She guides us very well during any school function or competition.
  • She teaches us to study and share things among our classmates and doesn’t give us loads of homework every day.
  • She helps us in our studies and makes it an interesting learning experience for all students.
  • My class teacher is like a guide who motivates us to do well in our studies regularly.

My Family

  • I have a wonderful family and love all my family members.
  • My family consists of ten members – grandparents, parents, uncle, aunt, two brothers, one sister and me.
  • My father is an engineer and my mother is a school teacher by profession.
  • My grandfather is a retired government employee and my grandmother is a housewife.
  • My uncle and aunt are lawyers and all of my brothers and sisters go to the same school.
  • All my family members love, respect and care for each other.
  • My family goes for a picnic once every two weeks.
  • We all love to spend time with each other after dinner every night.
  • My family has taught me good lessons about love, unity and cooperation among ourselves.
  • I pray to God to protect my family from all evils and vices and keep us safe from all dangers of life.

My Father

  • My father’s name is Mr Raj Sharma.
  • He is a loving and dutiful person who takes care of my entire family.
  • He is an Engineer by profession and is a very hardworking person.
  • He is an intelligent person who answers all my questions in a witty way.
  • My father respects his own parents, my mother and each member of my family.
  • He maintains cordial relations with our relatives, friends and neighbours.
  • He drops me and my sister to school and my mother to work every day.
  • He helps me and my younger sister in our studies every day.
  • He teaches us good etiquette, humanity and ethics of life.
  • My father is my role model and I want to become like him one day.

My Birthday Party

  • A birthday is the most memorable day in the life of every individual.
  • My name is Suhas. I celebrate my birthday on 4th of April every year.
  • I wait for this day eagerly as it comes only once in a year.
  • My parents celebrate my birthday with great joy and excitement.
  • They invite all my friends and relatives on my special day.
  • My mother bakes a delicious cake and prepares mouth-watering dishes on my birthday.
  • My father decorates the whole house with colourful balloons and streamers.
  • On my last birthday, my parents gifted me a pink colour bicycle.
  • I received lots of gifts and best wishes from my friends and relatives who visited me on my special day.
  • I shall always cherish the day and I’m thankful to my parents for celebrating my birthday in such a splendid way.

My Favourite Food

  • My favourite food is Pav Bhaji. Pav is a soft bread roll and Bhaji is a curry which is flavourful and spicy.
  • It is served with finely chopped onions and lush green coriander leaves with a dash of a yellow lemon.
  • It is considered to be one of the most famous street foods in India. Although it is now served even in the most elite restaurants in the country.
  • The dish has originated from the state of Maharashtra. The other variants of the dish can be bhaji served with roti, brown bread, milk bread, etc.
  • My mother prepares delicious pav bhaji at home. It is her way to make me eat lots of healthy vegetables.
  • The bhaji of the pav bhaji is thick and full of vegetables like green peas, cabbage, carrot, french beans, cauliflower, potatoes, etc.
  • The pav is lightly toasted in butter and bhaji is fried in butter along with pav bhaji masala.
  • Pav bhaji is a scrumptious food and its savoury aroma can be recognised from far.
  • It is not advisable to eat it on a regular basis as it may create issues of indigestion. So, I love to eat it at least once a week.
  • My mouth begins watering the moment I see the plate of hot pav bhaji in front of me. I admire its taste a lot.

My Village

  • The name of my village is Siddapur which falls in the Uttarakannada district of Karnataka.
  • I visit my village during summer vacations every year.
  • My grandparents stay in the village. They feel so happy every time we visit them.
  • Our house in the village is spread over a large area with big entrance gates.
  • There is a well just outside our house in the village. All the people of the village draw water from that well.
  • There are large farms in and around my village where farmers grow crops.
  • People in my village worship cows, banyan trees and peepal trees.
  • The farmers are extremely hard working. They work daily from early morning till late evening.
  • The food is much more delicious here. Milk, butter, fruits, vegetables – everything is so fresh and pure.
  • My village is far from the noise of the city. It is full of peace and warmth. People are welcoming and live in harmony with each other.

Republic Day Essay

  • Republic Day of India is celebrated on 26th January every year. It is a national holiday.
  • On 26th January 1950, the Constitution of India came into effect. That was the day when India became a republic. Since then, 26th January is enthusiastically celebrated across the nation.
  • It took two years, eleven months and eighteen days to draft the Constitution of India.
  • The prime and formal celebration of Republic Day of India happens on the Rajpath in New Delhi.
  • Ceremonies and parades are organised as a tribute to India’s diversity, rich cultural heritage and military power.
  • The Chief Guest of this function is the President of India. The President hoists the flag at the Rajpath on this day.
  • The Delhi Republic Day parade is organised by the Ministry of Defence to showcase India’s defence capabilities.
  • The parade moves from the gates of Rashtrapati Bhavan to Raisina Hill on the Rajpath.
  • The Delhi Republic Day parade is one of the chief attractions during the celebration of India’s Republic Day.
  • On the evening of the Republic Day, Padma awards are distributed to the civilians by the President.