Swiflearn > NCERT Solutions > NCERT Solutions for Class 3 > NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English > NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English Chapter 7 Little Tiger, Big Tiger

NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English Chapter 7 Little Tiger, Big Tiger

Click to rate this post!
[Total: 23 Average: 4.6]

NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English Chapter 7 Little Tiger, Big Tiger

NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English includes various units comprising prose and poems with exercise and activity-based questions, as per the NCERT Class 3 English Syllabus. Every question of the Class 3 NCERT English textbook has been covered extensively. Our subject matter experts have solved the unit questions in a simple manner, according to the latest CBSE syllabus. In this competitive age, it’s imperative for school students to always be ready to face challenges. Exams being one of those challenges in their lives. In order to excel in exams, students need to be extremely well-versed and have an in-depth understanding of all the textbook lessons. Here, we bring you the best-in-class Swiflearn’s NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English to help your child ace his/her exams with flying colors.

NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English are of great help if a student wants to score good marks in Class 3  Board Exams. Class 3 NCERT Solutions provided here are prepared by Subject Matter Experts at Swiflearn who hold adequate experience in teaching. These NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English are explained in very simple language for better understanding. Class 3 NCERT Solutions will surely help you to score high marks in CBSE Class 3 Exams.

Additionally, the Class 3 NCERT Solutions for English also come along with well-researched solutions given by experts here at Swiflearn. Students can view the NCERT Solutions from our website and can also Download FREE PDF of NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English.

Ncert solutions

NCERT Solutions for Class 3 English Chapter 7 Little Tiger, Big Tiger

Little Tiger, Big Tiger is a story about a cub and his mother. The mother tiger is a fierce animal whom everybody is scared of. But no one is afraid of that little cub. The mother tiger always keeps him near herself. However, things take a twist when one day the cub goes hunting for a frog and falls into danger.



Poem: Little tiger, big tiger


Reading is fun


  1. Tick the right answer


  1. Where did the mother tiger and her small tiger cub live?


  1. near a river                 c. near a forest
  2. near a mountain        d. near a sea


Ans. (a) near a river 


  1. What did the mother tiger hunt when the sky was dark?


  1. sheep and goats        c. deer and pigs
  2. fish and frogs            d. donkeys and horses


Ans. (c) deer and pigs


iii. What did the tiger cub catch one night?


  1. a deer                          c. a pig
  2. a frog                          d. a cat


Ans. (b) a frog  


  1. What happened to the little tiger cub when he chased the frog?


Ans. When the little tiger cub chased the frog, he finally caught it, but suddenly a tiger bigger than him appeared which frightened the little tiger cub. 


Word building


  1. Match the animals with their young ones.


horse          kitten


dog              calf


cat               colt


cow            puppy


pig               cub

tiger             piglet


sheep            kid


goat           duckling


duck            lamb


Ans. horse            colt 


         dog              puppy


         cat                kitten


         cow               calf


         pig                piglet


        tiger                cub


       sheep              lamb


        goat                 kid


        duck              duckling


  1. Word Game: Can you place these letters in their right order to form the names of animals?


e.g. a t c — cat


s e m o u – mouse

r e s o h – horse

o i n l – lion

p e s h e – sheep

r e d e – deer

l u b l – bull

g i t e r – tiger

f o l w – wolf


iii. The animals/birds in Column A have to reach their homes in Column B. Find out where they live.


    A                               B


A bee                        burrow

An ant                         web

A duck                        nest

A tiger     lives in a    den

A rabbit                      hive

A spider                    pond

A sparrow                ant hill




A bee hive
An ant ant hill
A duck pond
A tiger den
A rabbit burrow
A spider web
A sparrow nest


Let’s write


  1. Now write six sentences from the pictures given in exercise (iii) of word building. One has been done for you below.

A tiger lives in a den.


Ans. A bee lives in a hive.


An ant lives on an ant hill.


A duck lives in a pond.


A rabbit lives in a burrow.


A spider lives in a web.


A sparrow lives in a nest.


  1. Who am I?

Look at the pictures and read the clues. Then complete this crossword puzzle. The first clue is done for you. (Refer book)


  1. I give wool – sheep


  1. I lay eggs  – hen


  1. I give you milk  – cow 


  1. I carry loads  – donkey 


  1. I neigh  – horse 


  1. I am man’s best friend  – dog


  1. I live in a sty  – pig 


  1. I bleat  – goat 


  1. I am the Ship of the Desert  – camel 


0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x