The Mysterious Harappan Seal
The Mysterious Harappan Seal3 mins 282 3 mins 282
“Ahh! What a lovely morning” said Rebecca she was very excited for her first online SST class as she loves the SST teacher. She got out from her bed ready to get dressed she was so quick; it looked like you were watching a mini-tornado. Rebecca switched her laptop on and logged in for her class.
She was greeted by a warm smile from Miss. Namrata, her SST teacher. When SST had just started in grade 5 she found it boring but now she loved it. After the knowledgeable classes, Rebecca decided to have lunch and then do her homework. It was her favorite food curry rice she ate it quickly.
She started to do her homework Math, English, Hindi and science she was all done. Only SST was left. SST homework was fun with flour she had to create her own mysterious seal. She was done shaping the flour, now the only thing she needed to do was write something but not in English but in her own mysterious language and a draw something, she wrote the word toys and drew a fish with a horn. She set it out to dry.
At night she went to check how the seal was doing, it needed a just some more time then she shouted: “oh wow such a wonderful Harappa seal love it, it is so precious.” Saying this she went in. Down on the road a thief was roaming around as soon as he heard the word precious he took out his ropes and was ready to climb the balcony. He reached up grabbed the seal and went back down.
The next day Rebecca went to take the seal. But oh no! The seal was not there as we know the thief stole it. Rebecca attended her class without the seal all of her friends were showing their wonderful, creative seals. After her classes, she told her family about her lost seal. They said it is okay and she can prepare one more at night.
In the evening she went to her grandparents they were watching the news. The news said the police found a man with an ancient seal and locked him up in prison. After that the news reporters showed the seal, luckily it was her seal she told her parents.
The next day they went to the police station and told the police the whole story. Surprised the police told the archeologists to check the seal and they said it is not real. Rebecca got her seal her and the thief learnt a lesson. The next day Rebecca showed her seal to her teacher and told the story. They all laughed out loud together.