This session is going to be focused on writing ‘10 Lines’ on Fish. The first set in this lesson will be written exclusively for students from lower grades. The difficulty level will gradually rise with each set.
10 Lines on Fish for Kids
- A fish is an aquatic animal.
- Fishes live in water in ponds, rivers, lakes and the sea.
- Many people keep fish in aquariums at home.
- Fishes do not have a nose and they breathe through their gills.
- There are more than 30,000 species of fish in the world.
- Most fishes are carnivorous and they eat other smaller fishes and sea creatures.
- Fishes swim underwater with the help of their fins.
- Fishes can be found in many different shapes, sizes and colours.
- They usually live together in large groups called shoals.
- Fishes are an important part of the human diet in many places around the world.
10 Lines on Fish for Classes 1,2,3
- A fish is an aquatic animal that lives in water.
- Fishes can be found in freshwater ponds, lakes and rivers as well as in saltwater seas and oceans.
- Fishes are also kept as pets in aquariums and can be found in many homes.
- As fishes live in water, they breathe using gills instead of a nose.
- Fishes have streamlined bodies and fins which help them navigate and swim underwater.
- Fishes can be classified as bony fish, jawless fish and cartilaginous fish and there are over 30,000 different species of fish in the world.
- Some fishes are herbivores but most are carnivores and eat smaller fishes, worms and other sea creatures.
- Fishes can be found in many different colours like red, yellow, orange, blue, green, black and silver.
- Fishes often live and swim together in large groups called shoals.
- Fishes are very nutritious and are an important part of the human diet.
10 Lines on Fish for Classes 4,5,6
- A fish is an aquatic animal that lives underwater and will die outside of water.
- Fishes can be found in ponds, lakes, rivers, seas and oceans, in freshwater as well as marine water.
- Fishes are often kept as pets in aquariums in homes and workplaces.
- Fishes don’t have a nose and they use their gills to breathe in water.
- They have streamlined bodies and multiple fins which help them navigate, swim and turn underwater.
- There are over 30,000 different species of fish in the world and they are classified into three categories, namely, bony fish, jawless fish and cartilaginous fish.
- Some fishes are herbivores and they eat seaweed and phytoplanktons but most fishes are carnivorous and feast on smaller fishes and other sea creatures.
- Fishes can be found in a variety of attractive colours like red, orange, yellow, blue, purple, green, silver and black.
- Fishes often swim together in groups called shoals and one shoal may contain a dozen to several millions of fishes.
- Fishes are very nutritious and form an important part of the human diet, especially in coastal areas.
I have tried to cover all the aspects regarding this topic that could be relevant for writing ‘10 Lines’. If you still have any confusion regarding anything related to this session, kindly keep me posted in the comment section. I will try my level best to resolve your issue.
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