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  • Science For Grade 6


    • Food: Where Does It Come From ? - Chapter 1

      Tags: Differentiate between herbivores and carnivores, carnivores and omnivores for sixth grade, Parasites and Scavengers, Why is India facing food problem today? How can it be solved? Why do we cook food? Does food loss its nutrition value when they are cooked? What is food? For 6th class, On skipping breakfast we feel tired and exhausted. Why? Who prepares honey and how? Which food are more nutritious sprouts or pulses? From where does baby plant get food? For sixth standard, Write one fruit which is found underground and mention the nutrient found in that fruit. From where do we obtain honey? Food Where Does It Come From worksheet PDF for class 6, Class VI - CBSE / NCERT Science - Chapter 1 - Food Where Does It Come From notes, practice page, Extra Question and Answers and Qustion banks on  Food Where Does It Come From

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    • Components of Food - Chapter 2 - 1

      Tags: Class six science component of food, Class 6 Important Questions for Science – Components of Food, Class Notes - Components of Food for class VI, 6 Components of Nutrition, components of food question answer for sixth grade, components of food and their functions practice page for 6th class, components of food free worksheet PDF for grade 6, Extra question and answer based on NCERT, question bank on component of food – chapter 2 of NCERT book,  Food and various components of foods for sixth standard, Class 6 - CBSE / NERT - Science – Chapter 2 - Components of Food , Which vitamin is not present in milk? Write the deficiency disease that causes bleeding gums. Write the deficiency disease that is caused by deficiency of iron in the diet. What is the vitamin that represents a group of other vitamins? What is obesity? Write two foods rich in fats. Classify the food item into carbohydrates, fats and protein.

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    • Components of Food - Chapter 2 - Cont. - 2

      Tags: Class six Important Questions for Science – Components of Food, Class Notes - Components of Food for class 6, 6 Components of Nutrition, components of food question answer for sixth grade, components of food and their functions practice page for 6th class, components of food free worksheet PDF for grade VI, Extra question and answer based on NCERT, Grade 6 - CBSE / NCERT Science - Component of food  question bank , Food and various components of foods, Class 6 - Science – Chapter 2 - Components of Food – CBSE, Why do we need carbohydrates in our diet? Why do children need more protein in their diet? What is night blindness? Write its symptoms. How can we test presence of fat in food item? How diseases are caused? Write the steps to test the presence of protein in a food item. What is a balanced diet? Is it same for everyone? How can we cure anemia? Why sunlight is important for our health? Differentiate between Marasmus and Kwashiorkor.

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    • Components of Food - Chapter 2 - Cont. - 3

      Tags: 6 Components of Nutrition, components of food question answer and class notes for sixth grade,Grade 6 - Science - Chapter 2 - Components of Food Question bank, free worksheet PDF for grade VI on components of food , Extra question and answer based on NCERT for sixth standard, question bank on component of food – science chapter 2 of NCERT book, What are deficiency diseases? Write four deficiency diseases and the associated nutrients. A plate full of colorful food items is a healthy plate? Comment, Junk food taste good but are not healthy and nutritious food are healthy but not always taste good. Comment, Why should we drink 6-8 glasses of water every day even when water does not provide any energy? Write all components of food that provide nutrients required by our body. Write the component of food which does not provide any nutrients but are very important for proper functioning of our body. Why do nursing mothers need more protein in their diet? Why do we need Vitamin C in our diet? Our body need minerals and vitamins in very small quantities, still they are important. Why? What is the function of food in our body? Why is roughage important in our diet? What are the three types of carbohydrates?

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    • Fibre to Fabric - Chapter 3 - 1

      Tags: Class VI - Fibre to Fabric, Grade 6 –Science - CBSE / NCERT – Fibre to Fabric Qusetion Bank, Question and Answers free worksheet PDF on fibre to fabric, Practice page  and Important question and Extra question on Fibre to fabric for sixth standard, State true and false, Fill in the blanks on fibre to fabric for 6th standard, From which part of the plant jute fibre is obtained? What is fabric? For sixth class, Write few items that are made from coconut fibre. What is oil lamps wick made of? What are the fruits of cotton plants called? How is spinning done on large scale? From which part of the plant cotton fibre is obtained? Give some name of fabrics from your surroundings. Where jute is grown in India? Which state is the largest producer of jute in India? Write the names of unstitched cloth worn by people in India? What is sericulture? Which synthetic fibre is known as artificial silk? Which type of wool we get from a species of goat found in Kashmir? Which type of climate is needed for the cultivation of cotton plants? Write any four fibres that are used to make clothes. Name two materials that are not fibres but are used to make clothes.

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    • Fibre to Fabric - Chapter 3 - Cont. - 2

      Tags: Class VI - Fibre to Fabric, Grade 6 –Science- CBSE / NCERT – Fibre to Fabric question bank, Question and Answers free worksheet PDFon fibre to fabric for 6th class, Practice page  and  Important question and Extra question on Fibre to fabric for sixth standard, What type of climate is needed to grow jute? Why cotton fabrics are preferred for moping in the household cleaning? Write two method of knitting. What will happen if we pull the yarn from torn pair of socks? State the reason. Why we spin the fibres in order to make yarn? Write the following fibres as natural or synthetic: wool, nylon, cotton, silk, polyester, jute, linen, coir, and acrylic. Write cotton producing state of India? What are looms? How silk is obtained from silkworm? Why should we wear cotton clothes in summer? Which material is used for making gunny bags and why? Why seeds are removed from cotton balls? Give one point of difference each for the following: Ginning and Retting, Yarn and Fabric, Fibre and Fabric

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    • Fibre to Fabric - Chapter 3 - Cont. - 3

      Tags: Class VI - Fibre to Fabric, Grade 6 –Science- CBSE / NCERT – Fibre to Fabric Question Bank, Question and Answers free worksheet PDF on fibre to fabric for 6th grade, Practice page and Important question and Extra question on Fibre to fabric for sixth standard, How is wool obtained? Why jute fibres are not used for making cloth? Why synthetic fibres are more durable than natural fibres? One day Dia saw sweeper burning two heaps of garbage: one of waste paper and another of old discarded linen clothes. She observed that both heaps produced similar odor on burning and turned into greyish ash. Why? Can we use synthetic fibre for making kitchen towel? How did people cover their bodies before clothes were invented? Why cotton clothes are normally preferred in India? Why synthetic clothes are normally not preferred in hot and humid climate? Why don’t we prefer to wear nylon clothes on hot summer day? How yarn is made from fibre? Explain. Why we wear different type of cloths in different seasons?

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    • Fibre to Fabric - Chapter 3 - Cont. - 4

      Tags: Class VI - Fibre to Fabric, Grade 6 –Science- CBSE / NCERT – Fibre to Fabric, Question and Answers free worksheet PDF on fibre to fabric for 6th class, Practice page and important question and Extra question on Fibre to fabric for sixth standard, why synthetic fibre is used for making swimwear? Write the steps of making cotton fabric from fibre. Write the burning test for cotton, silk, wool, jute and nylon. Write two advantages of natural fibre and synthetic fibre. Differentiate between natural fibres and synthetic fibres. Why do we wear woolen clothes in winter?

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    • Sorting Material into Groups – Chapter 4 - 1

      Tags: CBSE/NCERT - Class 6th - Science - Chapter 4 - Properties of Materials, CBSE Grade 6 Science free Practice Worksheets PDF on Sorting Materials into groups, Question Bank on Sorting Material for sixth standad, Extra question and Question banks on Sorting Materials into Groups for sixth class, Name a substance through which light can pass through partially but one cannot see through it clearly. Name a liquid which is lustrous. Name two non-metals which are lustrous. What happens when we add mustard oil to a glass full of water? Name some materials that float on water. Name some materials that sink in water. Name any two things which can be made out of wood. Write the object from the following which shine: brick, earthen pitcher, glass bowl, plastic table, steel spoon, cotton bed sheet, newspaper. Make a list of items that floats on kerosene. Name one lustrous material. Which material is generally used for making pens? True/False, Fill in the blanks, Solution to the questions

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    • Sorting Material into Groups – Chapter 4 - Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE/NCERT - Grade 6 - Chapter 4 - Science - Sorting Material into Groups, CBSE class 6th Science free Practice Worksheets PDF on Sorting Materials intro groups, Extra question and Question banks on Sorting Materials into Groups for sixth class, Write any two objects made up of opaque materials. What is common between oil and water? Write two things made from leather. Write name of any three metals. Name few things made up of plastic. Why water is considered as a universal solvent? Why does a coin sink in water? Why are cooking utensils made of metal but their handles of plastic or wood? Why oil does not dissolve in water? Why some material loses their shine and appears dull? We can group things in more than one way. Explain. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are slightly soluble in water. What is the importance of each of these gases in nature? Define density. How is it related to floating and sinking in water? Why does sugar dissolve in water? Why in departmental stores all brands of shampoos and soaps are kept together while all pulses and kitchen items are kept at one place? What is classification?

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    • Sorting Material into Groups – Chapter 4 - Cont. - 3

      Tags: CBSE/NCERT Grade 6 Chapter 4 Science Sorting Material into Groups, CBSE calss 6 Science free Practice Worksheets PDF on Sorting Materials intro groups, Extra question and Question banks on Sorting Materials into Groups for sixth class, NCERT Chapter 4 - Sorting Material into Groups for sixth standard, What are miscible liquids? What are immiscible liquids? What is diffusion? Why do we need to group materials? How does a chemist give us the required medicine quickly? What are lustrous materials? Classify the following things as transparent, opaque and translucent things. marble, computer, plastic sheet, wood, water, frosted glass, butter paper, air, glass door, Differentiate between naturally occurring materials and man-made materials? Define soluble substance, insoluble substance and solubility. Think and write few bases on which we can group objects.

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    • Sorting Material into Groups – Chapter 4 - Cont. - 4

      Tags: CBSE/NCERT Grade 6 Science Sorting Materials into Gropus, CBSE Class 6 Science free Practice Worksheets PDF on Sorting Materials intro groups, Extra question and Question banks on Sorting Materials into Groups for sixth class, Why do we need to classify things around us? Differentiate between transparent, translucent and opaque. Write properties of materials. Why don’t we use paper or cloth for making tumbler? Write the similarities between gold, silver and copper. Write the materials the following objects made of. Write the things made of following materials. How grouping of items help the shopkeeper? With help of an experiment prove that water is transparent. Write an experiment to show that sugar and salt is soluble in water whereas solid like sand and chalk are insoluble in water.

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    • NCERT solution of Chapter - 4 (Sorting Materials into Groups)

      Tags: CBSE / NCERT Solutions for Class VI Science Chapter 4 Sorting Materials into Groups, Solution of NCERT Science Chapter 4 - Sorting Materials into Groups NCERT keys for Class 6th: Ch 4 Sorting materials into groups, Answers of question of NCERT Science Chapter 4 for sixth standard- Sorting Materials into Groups for Class sixth. Explanations of all question of NCERT Science for Grade 6 Science Chapter 4: Sorting Materials into Groups, Solution of exercise of NCERT Science Textbook Chapter 4 - Sorting Materials into Groups for  6th standard  .

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    • Getting To Know Plants - Experiment (How do plant transpire?)

      Tags: Transpiration in plant for 6th standard, Experiment to show that plant transpire for sixth class, Experiment plant transpiration, Leaf transpiration experiment for class 6, What is the process of transpiration? What is transpiration? Define Transpiration, Pdf of Experiment with aim, procedure, observation and inference

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    • Separation of Substances – Chapter 5 - 1

      Tags: Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances , separation of substances grade 6 free worksheets PDF, CBSE Solved Question and Answer of ch-Separation of Substances for sixth standard, Extra question and Question banks on Separation of Substances for Class VI, True/ false, Fill in the blanks, Write any two methods used for separation of substances. How can we separate sand from water? Which method can be used to separate soil from mixture of soil and grains? Which method would you prefer to separate solid dissolved in liquid? Which method farmers use to separate grains from bundles of stalk? Which method do you prefer for tea leaves from prepared tea? Filtration method is used to separate tea leaves from prepared tea. Which other method can be used? List various methods of separation of components from their mixtures. The process of adding alum to water to fasten sedimentation is called loading. Why has this name been given to the process?

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    • Separation of Substances – Chapter 5 - 2

      Tags: Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances CBSE Science Class VI, NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science: Chapter 5 – Separation of Substances, separation of substances grade VI free worksheets PDF, CBSE Solved Question and Answer of ch-Separation of Substances for sixth standard, Extra question and Question banks on Separation of Substances, How can we separate oil and water from their mixture? Why are we able to dissolve more solute in a solvent at high temperature? Why sieving is not used to separate very small stones from rice grains? There are 3 beakers half filled with water. Now add 3 spoon of sugar in first beaker, 5 spoon of sugar in second beaker and 7 spoon of sugar in third beaker. Stir the solution of all three beakers. Which solution is more saturated? Define the following terms: hand picking, threshing, evaporation, condensation, saturated solution, unsaturated solution, decantation, solution, solute, solvent, strainer, What is winnowing? Where is it used? Why do we separate substances?

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    • Separation of Substances – Chapter 5 - 3

      Tags:  Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances CBSE Science Class VI, NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science: Chapter 5 – Separation of Substances, separation of substances grade 6 free worksheets PDF, CBSE Solved Question and Answer of ch-Separation of Substances for sixth standard, Extra question and Question banks on Separation of Substances, How will you separate husk or dirt particles from a given sample of pulses before cooking? What is sieving? Where is it used? How will you separate sand and water from their mixture? Is it possible to separate sugar mixed with wheat flour? If yes, how will you do it? Lemonade is prepared by mixing lemon juice and sugar in water. You wish to add ice to cool it. Should you add ice to the lemonade before or after dissolving sugar? In which case would it be possible to dissolve more sugar? How would you obtain clear water from a sample of muddy water?

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    • Separation of Substances – Chapter 5 - 4

      Tags: Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances, NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science: Chapter 5 – Separation of Substances, separation of substances grade VI free worksheets PDF, CBSE Solved Question and Answer of ch-Separation of Substances for sixth standard, Extra question and Question banks on Separation of Substances, How can we convert a saturated solution into an unsaturated solution? How do we get salt from sea water? You must have often noticed that sky becomes clear after the first rain. Explain why? Differentiate between homogeneous and heterogeneous mixtures? Give an example of each. What should the size of the pores in a sieve depend upon? What are colloids? Give few examples of colloids that you see in your daily life. What is the importance of threshing to the farmers? What is the function of candles in home water filters?

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    • Changes Around Us - Chapter 6 - 1

      Tags: Grade 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 6 - Changes Around Us Practice Page, Changes Around Us class 6th free Worksheet PDF, Changes Around Us-slow and fast changes for sixth standard, Question Bank  for Class VI– Changes Around Us (Chapter 6), Extra Question and Answers based on NCERT syllabus, Write two examples of slow changes. Write two examples of fast changes. Is it possible to obtain wood from sawdust? Does the shape of the eraser changes when it is used repetitively? Think of some changes that happen in our body. A small size boat is made by folding a paper. Can this change be reversed? Think and write one more example of similar type. Your brother accidently dropped your favorite pencil box and broke it. This is a change you did not want. Can you reverse this change? How candles of different shape are made? What is reversible change? Is cutting down of a tree is reversible change? Is printing of book is a reversible or an irreversible change?

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    • Changes Around Us - Chapter 6 - 2

      Tags: Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 6 -  Class 6 - Changes Around Us Practice Page, Changes Around Us class 6th free Worksheet PDF, Changes Around Us-slow and fast changes for sixth standard, Question Bank  for Class VI– Changes Around Us (Chapter 6), Extra Question and Answers based on NCERT syllabus, A bag of cement lying outside in the open got wet due to heavy rain. Can we reverse the change occurred to the cement by placing it under the sun? How iron articles of different shapes and sizes are made? How setting of curd an irreversible change? Is burning of incense stick an irreversible change? Why a candle reduces in size on burning? What kind of change it is? Why is metal rim heated before fixing on to wooden cart wheel? Differentiate between slow and fast change. What kind of change is the formation of clouds? How is frying a puri different from rolling a puri?

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    • Changes Around Us - Chapter 6 - 3

      Tags:  Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Science - Chapter 6 - Changes Around Us Practice Page, Changes Around Us  free Worksheet PDF for 6th class, Changes Around Us-slow and fast changes for sixth standard, Question Bank  for Class VI– Changes Around Us (Chapter 6), Extra Question and Answers based on NCERT syllabus, Write reversible or irreversible for each of the following change, Classify the change as slow or fast change. What is evaporation? What kind of change it is? Give a reason in support of your answer. How curd is formed? Is it a reversible change? Iron blade of tools has a ring in which the wooden handle is fixed. Why the ring is made slightly smaller in size than wooden handle? Why a thick layer of Plaster of Paris is applied over the bandage to keep the fractured bone immobilized? Differentiate between toy aeroplane made by folding paper and toy aeroplane cutout. Differentiate between making chocolates of different shapes and baking cakes of different shapes.

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    • Getting to Know Plants - Chapter 7 - 1

      Tags: Class 6 - CBSE/NCERT - Solutions for Chapter 7 - Getting to Know Plants, CBSE Grade 6 Science Getting to know Plants Practice Page, Getting to Know Plants - Class Notes, Getting to Know Plants Questions and Answers Worksheet PDF, Getting to Know Plants for Sixth Standard Extra Questions And Question Bank for Class VI, True/False, Fill in the blanks, What are ovules? Name two flowers with joined petals. Name two flowers with joined sepals. Name two flowers with separated sepals. From where do potatoes get the starch? How are leaves attached to the stem? Write 5 examples of edible roots. The following picture shows two types of root. Write the type of roots for the following figures. How do plants exchange gases with the environment? Do the flowers with joined sepals have petals that are separate or are they joined together? Do the flowers with joined petals have stamen joined to the petal? What type of roots the plants with parallel venation in the leaves likely to have? How stem is like a two way street?

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    • Getting to know plants (Chapter 7) - 2

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Chapter 7 Getting to Know Plants, CBSE Grade 6 Science Getting to know Plants Practice Page, Getting to Know Plants - Class Notes, Getting to Know Plants Questions and Answers Worksheet PDF, Getting to Know Plants for Sixth Standard Extra Questions And Question Bank for Sixth Class, What are the functions of the petals and sepals in flowers? Why are leaves of few plants modified into tendrils? Give examples. Why is it difficult to separate the sprouted young plants from the cotton wool? What are trees? Give two examples of trees. Explain through an activity that stems conduct water. What are weeds? Why farmers remove them from their field? What are the two types of leaf venation present in leaves? Write one example of each type of venation. Differentiate between creepers and climbers. What are the two types of root systems? Explain each of them with examples. Differentiate between herbs and shrubs.

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    • Getting to Know Plants - Chapter 7 - 3

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Chapter 7 Getting to Know Plants, CBSE Grade 6 Science Getting to know Plants Practice Page, Getting to Know Plants - Class Notes, Getting to Know Plants Questions and Answers Worksheet PDF, Getting to Know Plants for Sixth Standard Extra Questions And Question Bank for Sixth Class, Name the different parts of the plant. Mention main functions of each part. Explain the following terms: Transpiration, Photosynthesis, Petiole, Lamina, Midrib, Leaf Venation, bud. Define the following part of a flower: Sepals, Petals, Stamens, Filament, Anther, Pistil, Ovary, Style, Stigma. Explain an activity to show that plant transpires. Write an activity to test the presence of starch in a leaf. How do we know that the leaf has prepared the starch and not received it from another part of the plant?

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    • Body Movements - Chapter 8 - 1

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 8, Body Movements CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Body Movement for Class VI, Body Movements Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Fill in the blanks. True/False, Write name of two animals which can move without bones. Write three animals that have streamlined body. Name one animal which can walk and climb as well as fly in the air. Name two birds which can swim in water. Name an aquatic animal whose skeleton is made entirely of cartilages? Where is cartilage found? What is cavity in bones? Which organs are protected by the rib cage? What are ribs? What is skull? Name the organ which help cockroach in walking.

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    • Body Movements - Chapter 8 - 2

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 8, Body Movements CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Body Movement for Class VI, Body Movements Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, What is a bone? Is it possible for us to bend our body at every point? If our body has no joints then will it be possible for us to move? What would have happened if our body was made of single bone? Which type of joint is used when a cricket bowler balls the ball? What type of joint is used while lifting weights? How many bones are present in our skull? How many bones are present in our backbone? How many muscles are present in our body? What type of substance is secreted by earthworm? Why can't we move our upper jaw?

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    • Body Movements - Chapter 8 - 3

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 8, Body Movements CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Body Movement for Class VI, Body Movements Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, What does the skull do in the human body? Write two function of skeleton. List two functions of backbone. What type of skeleton do snails have? Is the movement of a snail fast or slow as compared to an earthworm? How does streamlined body help fish to swim in water? What is a fixed joint? Give one example of fixed joint. How does a snail move? How do we know the shapes of the different bones in our body? What is hinge joint? Give one example of hinge joint. What is ball and socket joint? Give 2 examples of ball and socket joints. Bones are hard structures and cannot be bent. But, we still bend our elbow, knee, etc. How is this possible? What is pivotal joint? Give one example of pivotal joint. What are the four different types of joints?

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    • Body Movements - Chapter 8 - 4

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 8, Body Movements CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Body Movement for Class VI, Body Movements Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, How does movement occur in the human body? Differentiate between bone and cartilage. What do you mean by ‘streamlined’ shape? What makes snakes to move fast on the ground? What is rib cage? What is the role of rib cage in our body? Why muscles work in pairs to move a bone? How does earthworm move through the soil? How does earthworm move through the soil? How does fish move in water?

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    • Motion and Measurement of Distances - Chapter 10 – 1

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 10, Motion and Measurement of Distances CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Motion and Measurement of Distances for Class VI, Motion and Measurement of Distances Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Fill in the blanks, True/False, Which measuring device can be used to measure the girth of a tree? Write the type of motion in which a body moves along a straight path. Which unit of length is used to measure a large distance? Write one example of circular motion. Write one example of rectilinear motion. Write one example of periodic motion. Name the type of motion in which a body moves along a curved path. Name the type of motion in which motion repeats after equal time interval. The distance between Ria’s house and temple is 1340 m. Express this distance in kilometre. Find the length of square in mm. Define ‘unit’. When object is said to be in rest? What do you understand by ‘measurement’? What is the common in between hand span, pace, angul and fist? When object is said to be in motion? When object is said to be in motion? What do you understand by standard unit of measurement?

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    • Motion and Measurement of Distances - Chapter 10 – 2

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 10, Motion and Measurement of Distances CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Motion and Measurement of Distances for Class VI, Motion and Measurement of Distances Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Why can't hand span and cubit be used as standard units? Why we should not use an elastic tape for measuring the length? State the 3 precautions which should be taken while using a metre scale to measure length. How people travelled from one place to another in earlier times before the discovery of wheel? Write the steps to measure the length of objects using measuring tape. Write the unit for measuring the following: Name the device used to measure the following: “Pace or footstep cannot be used as standard unit of length”. Comment Distance between Ayush’s home and his office is 14.5 km. How much time will he take to reach his workplace if he is travelling by a car with a speed of 30,000 m/hr.? How invention of wheel made a great change in modes of transport?


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    • Motion and Measurement of Distances - Chapter 10 – 3

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 10, Motion and Measurement of Distances CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Motion and Measurement of Distances for Class VI, Motion and Measurement of Distances Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, What is the need of measurement? Why a tailor uses a tape whereas a cloth merchant uses a metre rod for measurement? Write two examples where objects undergo combinations of different types of motion. Write the similarity and dissimilarity between motion of a bicycle and a ceiling fan that has been switched on. How can we measure the length of a curved line? Diya is using a scale which is broken at one end. She is not able to see the zero mark. What precaution should she take while measuring the length of a book using this scale? Write a note on ancient method of measurement. What is the need of common system of measurement?

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    • Motion and Measurement of Distances - Chapter 10 – 4

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 10, Motion and Measurement of Distances CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Motion and Measurement of Distances for Class VI, Motion and Measurement of Distances Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Explain different types of motion. Write few example of each. What type of motion do the following objects have?

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    • Light, Shadows and Reflections - Chapter 11 – 1

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 11, Light, Shadows and Reflections CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Light, Shadows and Reflections for Class VI, Light, Shadows and Reflections Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Fill in the blanks, True/False, What is light? Is moon a luminous or non-luminous body? How does light travel? Write one property of light. Name one living thing which emits light? What could be the shape of the shadows? Does the color of opaque object affect the color of the shadow? When shadow cannot be formed? Does the flame of gas stove emit light? Explain. Can light pass through opaque objects? Can light pass through opaque objects? What is the color of a shadow? How can non-luminous object be made luminous? Why does a pinhole camera produces an inverted (upside down) image? What do you understand by rectilinear propagation of light? When we are able to see the object? What is a reflector? Give one example. Why polished surfaces causes glare in our eyes? Write some natural sources of light.

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    • Light, Shadows and Reflections - Chapter 11 – 2

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 11, Light, Shadows and Reflections CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Light, Shadows and Reflections for Class VI, Light, Shadows and Reflections Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, What exactly are shadows? What do we see when we look into the mirror? What advantage the pinhole camera has over the more usual lens camera? What do you understand by scattering of light? Why train and airplane services are disturbed on rainy or foggy day? Can we see our reflection in a mirror in a completely dark room? What is lateral inversion? What is reflection of light? Write some man-made or artificial sources of light. Why it is not possible to see the candle flame from a bent pipe? What are the characteristic of the image formed by plane mirrors? How is the shadow of an object affected by its distance from a light? Does cloud transmit light? How can you convert a transparent glass sheet into a translucent glass sheet? Why are the moon and the planets considered as non-luminous objects? Why light is essential to sustain life of human beings, animals and plants?

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    • Light, Shadows and Reflections - Chapter 11 – 3

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 11, Light, Shadows and Reflections CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – Light, Shadows and Reflections for Class VI, Light, Shadows and Reflections Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, List the three conditions necessary for formation of shadow. Differentiate between luminous and non-luminous objects. How a shadow differs from an image? Explain reflection of light with help of an activity. Differentiate between transparent, translucent and opaque object. Explain with an example that light travels in straight line.

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    • The Living Organisms and Their surroundings - Chapter 9 – 1

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 9, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – The Living Organisms and Their surroundings for Class VI, Light, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, Fill in the blanks, True/False, Name two plants that reproduce through cuttings. How do earthworms breathe? What is a prey? What are predators? What is stored in camel’s hump for use in emergency situations? How do we feel when we see or think about our favorite food? What do you understand by stimuli? How do we respond, if we suddenly step on a sharp object like a thorn, while walking barefoot? What is a habitat? What are mammals? Name some animals that give birth to their young ones. What is locomotion? Cars, bicycle, clocks and the water in the river move. The moon moves in the sky. A cloud grows in size right in front of our eyes. Can such things be called living? What is reproduction? How does a potato reproduce? Why do animal move? What happens when we move from a dark place into bright sunlight? Define Adaptation. What is excretion?

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    • The Living Organisms and Their surroundings - Chapter 9 – 2

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 9, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – The Living Organisms and Their surroundings for Class VI, Light, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, What do cockroaches do when we switch on the kitchen light at night? Is the process of breathing in animals like cows, buffaloes, dogs or cats similar to humans? What happens when someone touches ‘touch me not’ plants? Name some animal which produces their young ones through eggs. Why do the plants move towards the sunlight? How particular types of organisms can survive over thousands of years? How do fish respire? Do plants also respire? All living things need food. Why? Why is excretion important in living organisms? Why do desert animals like rats and snakes stay in burrow during day time? Why it is warm inside a sack of wheat? Is there something different in the movements of non-living beings from the movements of living beings? Is seed a living being? What is acclimatization?

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    • The Living Organisms and Their surroundings - Chapter 9 – 3

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 9, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – The Living Organisms and Their surroundings for Class VI, Light, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, How do plants reproduce? How are trees adapted to the conditions prevailing in mountain region? What is respiration? Write a note on terrestrial habitats. Write a short note on aquatic habitats. Differentiate between biotic and abiotic components. How frog is adapted to live both on land and in water? Do plants also respond to stimuli? How roots of terrestrial plants differ from aquatic plants? What are the surroundings like, in the sea and the desert? What are the adaptations that allow fish to live in water? What are the adaptations that help a camel to survive in desert?

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    • The Living Organisms and Their surroundings - Chapter 9 – 4

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 9, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – The Living Organisms and Their surroundings for Class VI, Light, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, How are plants in the desert adapted? How do deer adapt themselves to live in forest or grassland? How animals in mountain regions are adapted to the condition there?  How do the features of lion help it to survive in grassland or forest? Do plants also excrete? Do plants also move? How do dolphins and whales breathe? What kinds of leaves are found in submerged plants? How do these leaves protect themselves from getting damaged underwater? How sea animals like squids and octopus are adapted to live in water?

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    • The Living Organisms and Their surroundings - Chapter 9 – 5

      Tags: NCERT Solutions for Class 6th Science Chapter 9, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings CBSE Science Grade 6 free worksheet PDF, Question Bank Solved Q&A for sixth standard, Important Questions for Science – The Living Organisms and Their surroundings for Class VI, Light, The Living Organisms and Their surroundings Question and Answers Practice Page for Grade 6, State the characteristics of living things. How does body of a person adjust who lives in plains and suddenly go to high mountains regions? What are Hydrophytes? Write its adaptations. What are Mesophytes? Write its adaptations. What are Xerophytes? Write its adaptations. What are the different types of aquatic habitats? What are the different types of terrestrial habitats?

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