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  • History For Grade 6

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 – What, Where, How and When? – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 1 - What, Where, How and When? Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF What, Where, How and When?, History Question bank on What, Where, How and When? for sixth standard, What, Where, How and When? class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Name one tributary of Ganga. What is the meaning of Indus in Sanskrit? Write the full form of BCC. Write the full form of CE. Write the full form of AD. When did agriculture begin? Name any two animals that people of the Sulaiman and Kirthar hills reared. Who are historians? What do you understand by tributaries? Where does the word India come from? What do you mean by manuscript? What are inscriptions? Where were manuscripts preserved? What information do we get from Bones of animals? Name the ruler whose inscription has been found from Kandahar. Where are Garo hills located? What is source? What was the advantage of writing on a hard surface? What do religious teachers do in the past? How could anyone know what had happened so many years ago?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 – What, Where, How and When? – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 1 - What, Where, How and When? Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF What, Where, How and When?, History Question bank on What, Where, How and When? for sixth standard, What, Where, How and When? class 6 questions answers, Why do men and women moved from one subcontinent to another? What do people of Andaman Islands do to earn their living? What is Cartouche? Where manuscripts were usually written? How is the life of people living in city different from people living in the Andaman Island? Who gave the name India to our country? Where was the kingdom of Magadha located? How many languages were inscribed on stone found in Rosetta? Name some areas where women and men first began to grow crops such as wheat and barley? In ancient times, people travelled from one part of the subcontinent to another. What kind of danger they used to face during their journey? Why do you think ordinary men and women did not generally keep records of what they did? What led to the sharing of ideas between people? Why were inscriptions used? Write a note about the people who lived along the banks of river Narmada for several hundred thousand years?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 – What, Where, How and When? – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 1 - What, Where, How and When? Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF What, Where, How and When?, History Question bank on What, Where, How and When? for sixth standard, What, Where, How and When? class 6 questions answers, What do the terms B.C. and A.D. mean? Differentiate between manuscripts and inscriptions. Describe at least two ways in which you think the lives of kings would have been different from those of farmers. Who are archaeologists and what they study? Make a list of all the objects that archaeologists may find. Which of these could be made of stone? Why are archaeologists and historian like detectives? Why was travelling so important in the past? What are the different ways to find out about the past?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – On The Trail of the Earliest People – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 2 - On The Trail of the Earliest People Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF On The Trail of the Earliest People , History Question bank on On The Trail of the Earliest People for sixth standard, On The Trail of the Earliest People class 6 questions answers, Fill in the blanks, True and False, Name the shelter of early men. Write examples of habitation sites. Name the earliest period of history given by archaeologists. What kind of colours was used in the cave paintings? How was wood used in the past? Write any two grain bearing grasses. List the foods hunter-gatherers ate. What is Hunsgi famous for? What does the rock paintings of Madhya Pradesh and Southern Uttar Pradesh depicts? What are factory sites? What are microliths? What tools would you use today for cutting fruit? What would they be made of? How can we say that the people of Kurnool caves were familiar with fire? Why people chose to live in natural caves? What did hunter-gatherers do to sustain themselves? What qualities people need to have while hunting animals or catching fish? Write about the paintings found from Madhya Pradesh and southern Uttar Pradesh? Where are natural caves and rock shelter found?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – On The Trail of the Earliest People – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 2 - On The Trail of the Earliest People Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF On The Trail of the Earliest People , History Question bank on On The Trail of the Earliest People for sixth standard, On The Trail of the Earliest People class 6 questions answers, Where Ostrich egg shells were found in India in the Palaeolithic Age? Collecting plant produce needs lot precautions. Why? Find out the states where Bhimbetka, Hunsgi and Kurnool are located? Traces of ash have been found in Kurnool caves. What it suggests? What led to the development of grasslands? What do you understand by sites? List three ways in which hunter-gatherers used fire. Would you use fire for any of these purposes today? Many paintings show hunting scenes in which the animals are shown struck with arrows and spears. Why do you think early men made such paintings? Write one point of difference between perennial and seasonal rivers? What were stone tools used for? Write a note on habitation-cum-factory sites. Is there any way of finding out whether women hunted, or men made stone tools, whether women painted or men gathered fruits and nuts?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 – On The Trail of the Earliest People – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 2 - On The Trail of the Earliest People Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF On The Trail of the Earliest People , History Question bank on On The Trail of the Earliest People for sixth standard, On The Trail of the Earliest People class 6 questions answers, List the impact of the changes in climate that took place around 12,000 years ago. How stone tools were made? Write a short note on Palaeolithic period, Mesolithic period and Neolithic period. Why did the hunter-gatherers travel from place to place? In what ways are these similar to/different from the reasons for which we travel today?

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – From Gathering to Growing Food – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 3 - From Gathering to Growing Food  Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF From Gathering to Growing Food  , History Question bank on From Gathering to Growing Food  for sixth standard, From Gathering to Growing Food  class 6 questions answers, Name the place where Millet was grown in Neolithic Age. Name two sites found in Andhra Pradesh. Name two sites found in Kashmir. Why grains had to be stored? What is ‘jadeite,’? What ‘Fossil Wood’ refers to? Which two Neolithic tools are used to grind grain even today? Which was the first animal to be tamed? Which were the earliest plants to be domesticated? Which were the earliest animals to be domesticated? What do you understands by the term ‘Tribes’. Which historical events took place about 12,000 years ago? Which historical events took place about 8,000 years ago? In what ways grain was used by the early people? Why were people buried with animals, like goats? Where people stored the grains? Write one of the distinctive features of a village. Where is Daojali Hading? Explain the term ‘Domestication’.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – From Gathering to Growing Food – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 3 - From Gathering to Growing Food  Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF From Gathering to Growing Food  , History Question bank on From Gathering to Growing Food  for sixth standard, From Gathering to Growing Food  class 6 questions answers, Why people began using pots? Write about the houses in Mehrgarh. Write about the cultural traditions of the tribal community. Why farmers grow some crops in some areas and not in other areas? Describe the pit houses found at Burzahom. Name some important sites where archaeologists have found evidence of farmers and herders. Why do people who grow crops have to stay in the same place for a long time? What do you know about the ‘burials’ found at Mehrgarh? Why do archaeologists think that many people who lived in Mehrgarh were hunters to start with and that herding became more important later? How do scientists find out whether the discovered sites were settlements of farmers and herders? Enumerate upon the archaeological findings at Mehrgarh. Describe tools used by farmers and herders.

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    • Social Science (Sst) - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 – From Gathering to Growing Food – Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - History – Chapter 3 - From Gathering to Growing Food  Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science History, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF From Gathering to Growing Food  , History Question bank on From Gathering to Growing Food  for sixth standard, From Gathering to Growing Food  class 6 questions answers, How did people become herders? List three ways in which the lives of farmers and herders would have been different from that of hunter-gatherers? How did people become farmers? What were the different activities performed by people in tribal societies?

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