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  • Geography For Grade 6

    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on The Earth in the Solar System, Geography Question bank on The Earth in the Solar System for sixth standard, True/False, Fill in the blanks, How long does it take to go from a new moon to a full moon? Name few dwarf planets. Which is the third nearest planet to the sun? Which is the closest celestial body to our earth? Name the natural satellite of the earth? Where are the most asteroids found? How many times can we see full moon in a month time? How long does it take for the moon to complete one revolution? What is a geoid? Why do the stars look so small in the sky? From where does Earth receive heat and light? What is the speed of light? How much time light takes to reach the earth? Who are called astronomers? What cast shadow on the moon? What is a Pole Star? What is a galaxy? How can we locate the position of the pole star?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on The Earth in the Solar System, Geography Question bank on The Earth in the Solar System for sixth standard, Which planets have rings around them? What does the word planet mean? How do people used to determine direction in ancient times? What do scientists hypothesize about the formation of the asteroids? What are meteoroids? Who was the first man to step on the surface of the moon and when? What is constellation? Write one example. Which is the most recognizable constellation? Why can’t we see the moon and all those bright tiny objects during day time? What are celestial bodies? Why earth appears blue from outer space? Why earth is called blue planet? Why Milky Way is called Akash Ganga? What is a satellite? Which planet is known as the “Earth’s Twin” and why? What is the Universe? What are orbits? Which is the nearest planet to the sun? How much time it takes to complete one round along its orbit?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 1 - The Earth in the Solar System Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on The Earth in the Solar System, Geography Question bank on The Earth in the Solar System for sixth standard, What is a whitish broad band, like a white glowing path that we see across the sky on a clear starry night? Write a short note on asteroids. Name all the planets according to their distance from the sun. What is meant by the ‘Solar System’? What are stars? Why do we see only one side of the moon always? How does a planet differ from a star? Why the Earth is called a unique planet? Despite being our nearest star, the tremendous heat of the sun is not felt so much. Why? Write a short note on Sun. How do meteoroids burn up? Write about Human-made Satellite? Write in brief about all eight planets of solar system.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography Question bank on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes for sixth standard, True/False, Fill in the blanks, How many lines of longitude are there in total? How many latitudes are there in total? What is the value of the prime meridian? What is the latitudinal value of the Tropic of Cancer? What is a grid? What are the three heat zones of the Earth? What is the true shape of the earth? What is prime meridian? What do you mean by the term equator? What is a globe? Why is it 5.30 p.m. in India and 12.00 noon in London? Why does the Torrid Zone receive maximum amount of heat? Which longitude is treated as the standard meridian for India? Which heat zone do these places lie in? 10 degree north, 25 degree south and 89 degree south

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography Question bank on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes for sixth standard, How do grid of the parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude on the globe help in locating the place? What two imaginary lines divide the earth into hemispheres? What are parallels of latitude and meridians of longitude? What are the five major parallels of latitude? How would you describe a globe? Write a note on Frigid Zones. Write a note on Temperate Zones. Differentiate between meridians of longitude and parallels of latitude. What are the advantages of globe? Differentiate between north latitude and south latitude.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 2 - Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes, Geography Question bank on Globe - Latitudes and Longitudes for sixth standard, Why do we have standard time? What is the significance of longitude and latitude? How does the longitude affect the time?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 - Motions of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 3 - Motions of The Earth Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Motions of the earth, Geography Question bank on Motions of The Earth for sixth standard, True/False, Fill in the blanks, Why do the poles experience about six months of day and night? Differentiate between rotation and revolution of earth. Why days and nights are not of equal length? Why do seasons occur? What causes change in seasons? Why areas near the poles receive less heat? When do the sun rays fall directly on the equator? How long does it take the earth to complete one rotation around its axis? What is the shape of the Earth? Which motion of the earth causes change in seasons? When Christmas is celebrated in Australia?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 3 - Motions of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 3 - Motions of The Earth Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on Motions of the earth, Geography Question bank on Motions of The Earth for sixth standard, Explain the following terms:- rotation, revolution, orbital Plane, circle of illumination, leap year, equinox, What would happen if the earth did not rotate? Why do we have leap year? Differentiate between Summer Solstice and Winter Solstice.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 4 - Maps - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 4 – Maps for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Maps for 6th standard, -Chapter 4, Maps Grade 6 free Worksheet, Maps class 6 notes, Maps class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Maps, Fill in the blanks. True/False, Which map provides detailed information? Which map shows distribution of forests? What is an Atlas? What are the three components of a map? When should we use a globe? What are intermediate directions? What are the four cardinal directions? What do you mean by the term ‘the scale of the map’? What is Compass? What are physical maps? Define Political Maps. Write the color used for the following: water bodies, mountain, plateau and for plains. What is called the north line? What do you mean by Thematic Maps? What are called conventional symbols? How are maps more helpful than a globe?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 4 - Maps - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 4 – Maps for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Maps for 6th standard, -Chapter 6, Maps Grade 6 free Worksheet, Maps class 6 notes, Maps class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Maps, Distinguish between a map and a plan. What is a sketch map? How do symbols help in reading maps? Differentiate between small scale map and large scale map. Explain the major components of maps. Draw different symbols used in a map.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Major Domains of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 5 – Major Domains of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Domains of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 5, Major Domains of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Domains of the Earth class 6 notes, Major domains of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Domains of the Earth, Why nitrogen considered as a significant gas? Name the three main components of the environment. Name the oceans that surround the continent North America. Which two oceans surround South America on the east and the west? Why Carbon dioxide (CO2) is considered as an important constituent of air? Why oxygen is so important? Write the name of Indian research stations in Antarctica. State the percentage of the earth which is covered with water. What percentage of earth’s water found in oceans? Which is the world’s longest river? Name the world’s largest river. Which is the world’s largest hot desert and where is it located? In which hemisphere does Asia lie? Which two oceans surround South America on the East and the West? Write the names of the continents that surround the Pacific Oceans.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Major Domains of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. - 2

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 5 – Major Domains of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Domains of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 5, Major Domains of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Domains of the Earth class 6 notes, Major domains of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Domains of the Earth, What happened to Andaman & Nicobar Islands during Tsunami? How is elevation of land measured? Write the major divisions of the earth’s surface. Which is considered as busiest ocean from the point of view of commerce? What makes water of lakes and rivers unsuitable for human use? What links North America to South America? What is ‘Global Warning’? What are the major components of the Lithosphere? Why the earth is called a blue planet? What are the chief movements of the ocean water? Name the five major oceans of the world. Why do the climbers experience problems in breathing at high altitudes? What are the components of the Hydrosphere? What causes fast removal of soil from slopes? Write a short note on the continent - Australia. Name the different layers of the atmosphere. Which two continents lie entirely in the Southern and Northern Hemisphere?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Major Domains of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. - 3

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 5 – Major Domains of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Domains of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 5, Major Domains of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Domains of the Earth class 6 notes, Major domains of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Domains of the Earth, How many continents are there on the earth? Name them. Write is the main reason of air pollution. What is ‘Atmosphere’? Why atmosphere is so important? Why do mountaineers carry oxygen cylinders with them? Write a short note on the continent – Antarctica. What is the height of the Mt Everest? Who were the first men to climb the highest mountain peak Mt. Everest on the planet earth on 29th May, 1953? Write about Pacific Ocean.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 5 - Major Domains of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. - 4

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 5 – Major Domains of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Domains of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 5, Major Domains of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Domains of the Earth class 6 notes, Major domains of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Domains of the Earth, What is the composition of the Atmosphere? Explain the following terms: Isthmus, Wind, Strait, Biosphere, Lithosphere, and Hydrosphere. Distinguish between the lithosphere and the hydrosphere. Why air temperature decreases with increase in height? Give reason why biosphere is important for living organisms? Write a short note on continent Asia. Write some characteristics of the continent - Africa. List some features of the Europe continent. How is the continent of North America different from that of South America? Write short note on Atlantic Ocean, Artic Ocean and Indian Ocean

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Major Landforms of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 6 – Major Landforms of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 6, Major Landforms of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Landforms of the Earth class 6 notes, Major Landforms of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth, Fill in the blanks. True/False, Which is the oldest plateau in India? What do you mean by horsts? Define mountain range. What do you mean by graben? Name the old fold mountain of Russia. Name the river on which Hundru falls is located. Which is the highest peak in the world? Where is Jog Falls located? Name the place where Rope Bridge is situated. Write one mountain range of Europe. How are Volcanic Mountains formed? Write one important feature of young fold mountains. Where is Mauna Kea (Hawaii)? Which plateau is famous for gold and diamond mining? Which is the India’s most densely populated plain? Less land is available for farming on mountains. Give reason. Write few examples of young fold mountains. Which is one of the oldest fold mountain systems in the world? Write examples of Block Mountains. What are glaciers? Write examples of volcanic mountains.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Major Landforms of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 6 – Major Landforms of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 6, Major Landforms of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Landforms of the Earth class 6 notes, Major Landforms of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth, Name some natural calamities which cause widespread destruction. Which is the highest plateau in the world? Name some sports that are popular in mountains. Less people live in the mountain areas. Give reason. Write about Mauna Kea (Hawaii) in the Pacific Ocean. What are Volcanic Mountains? Give examples. What leads to upliftment and sinking of the earth’s surface at several places? Write the names of old fold mountains that have rounded features and low elevation. Which two processes lead to the formation and development of landforms? Define internal process. Differentiate between erosion and deposition. How Block Mountains are formed? “Quite often we use the land in a wasteful manner”. Explain the statement. Write some important features of mountains?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 6 - Major Landforms of the Earth - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 6 – Major Landforms of the Earth for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth for 6th standard, -Chapter 6, Major Landforms of the Earth Grade 6 free Worksheet, Major Landforms of the Earth class 6 notes, Major Landforms of the earth class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Major Landforms of the Earth, What are Block Mountains? Give examples. How plains are useful? Discuss the processes which lead to formation of landforms. How are plains formed? Write some important features of plains? How plateaus are useful to us? List some important features of plateaus? How mountains are useful? Write a short note on types of mountains. Explain the major landforms of India?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 - Our Country - India- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – 1

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 7 – Our Country – India for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Our Country – India for 6th standard, -Chapter 7, Our Country – India Grade 6 free Worksheet, Our Country – India class 6 notes, Our Country – India class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Our Country – India, Fill in the blanks. True/False,How many time zones are there in USA? How many time zones are there in Canada? In which hemisphere India is located? Which is the smallest state in terms of area? What is the other name of Middle Himalaya? Which two major rivers fall into the Arabian Sea? Which is the second most populous country of the world after China? In how many parallel ranges The Himalayan Mountains are divided? Where is the Great Indian Desert located? Where is Lakshadweep Island located? What was the basis of formation of states? Where are the world’s highest peaks located? Name two important ranges of Peninsular plateau? What is a mouth of the river? What are Polyps? Which rivers drain into the Bay of Bengal? How does the local time change? What is approximate time difference between sunrise in Arunachal Pradesh and Gujarat? What are alluvial deposits?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 - Our Country - India- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 7 – Our Country – India for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Our Country – India for 6th standard, -Chapter 7, Our Country – India Grade 6 free Worksheet, Our Country – India class 6 notes, Our Country – India class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Our Country – India, Name the delta formed by the Ganga and the Brahmaputra. What is delta? What do you understand by peninsula? Which rivers drain into the Bay of Bengal? Write a short note on the Great Indian Desert? What is a Tributary? Why is Lakshadweep known as a coral island? India shares its land boundaries with seven countries. Name them. Write one point of difference between the western Coastal plains and the eastern Coastal plains. What is the north-south and east-west extent of India? What is the latitudinal and longitudinal extent of India? How Coral islands are formed? Write about the geographical boundaries of India. How many States and Union Territories are there in India? Which states have a common capital? Why do a large number of people live in the Northern plains?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 7 - Our Country - India- Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE NCERT Geography Chapter 7 – Our Country – India for VI grade, NCERT Notes: Geography - Our Country – India for 6th standard, -Chapter 7, Our Country – India Grade 6 free Worksheet, Our Country – India class 6 notes, Our Country – India class 6 questions and answers and practice page, Class 6 Geography - Our Country – India, Name the major physical divisions of India. Differentiate between Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats. Differentiate between Lakshadweep Island and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. What is the implication of longitudinal extent of India? Write a note on political and administrative divisions of India. Write about coastal plains of India. Describe the major physical division of India.

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 1

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife, Geography Question bank on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife for sixth standard, True/False, Fill in the blanks, Write one adaptation of mountain vegetation. What are called bushes? Where does the world's highest rainfall occur? Where can the mangrove forest survive? Where wild goats and snow leopards are found? Which forests are also known as monsoon forests? What is loo? Where mahogany and rosewood trees are found? When do we like to eat or drink cold things? When do we wear woollen clothes? Which place in Rajasthan receives least rainfall? Where tropical rainforest occur? Broadly describe the climate of India. How do plants help prevent soil erosion? Which two place of Rajasthan are very hot? Name two regions of Jammu and Kashmir which are freezing cold? When do we like to have something hot to eat? Why do we celebrate Van Mahotsav? Why have the Sunderbans been named so? What is weather?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 2

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife, Geography Question bank on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife for sixth standard, Which bird migrates from Siberia and when? Where camel and wild asses are found in India? Where is mangrove forest found in India? What is climate? What are the factors affecting the Climate of India? Why several species of wildlife of India are declining rapidly? When is the world wildlife week observed every year and why? What is natural vegetation? Why the temperatures are quite low in northern India in winter season? Why the temperatures are quite high in summer season? Name some birds which migrate to our country in the winter season every year. What do you mean by moderate climate? Name two regions that experience moderate climate. During which season states of Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu receive a great amount of rainfall? Which winds bring rainfall in India? Why is it so important? Name the different types of vegetation found in India. What are coniferous trees? Give some examples. What steps government has taken to conserve wildlife?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 3

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife, Geography Question bank on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife for sixth standard, What do you mean by season of the retreating monsoons? Write a note on thorny bushes. Name the different seasons in India. Why are forests necessary? Write a short note on cold weather season and hot weather season. Why do we experience regional differences in the climate of India? Explain. Write about wildlife of India. What is the difference between evergreen forest and deciduous forest?

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    • Social Science (Sst) –Geography - Class 6 (CBSE/NCERT) - Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife - Questions and Answers/Notes/Worksheets – Cont. – 4

      Tags: CBSE Class 6 - Geography – Chapter 8 - India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Practice Pages, Extra Question and Answer based on NCERT for Class 6th, Social Science Geography, CBSE Grade VI free Worksheets PDF on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife, Geography Question bank on India: Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife for sixth standard, Explain the different types of seasons found in India. Write a note on different types of vegetation found in India

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