Showing posts with label class6-science. Show all posts
Showing posts with label class6-science. Show all posts

Monday, 29 April 2019

Amazing Human Body - Quick Facts (#humanbody)(#eduvictors)

Amazing Human Body - Quick Facts 

Amazing Human Body - Quick Facts (#humanbody)(#eduvictors)

1.  The hardest bone in the human body is the jawbone.

2.  The number of eye blinks varies greatly from about 29 blinks each minute if you are talking to someone to only 4 blinks each minute if you are reading.

3.  The average human blinks 25 times per minute.

4.  A nail takes around 6 months to grow from base to the tip.

5.  Each second 10,000,000 cells die and are replaced in your body.

Wednesday, 26 December 2018

CBSE Class 6 Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances (Worksheet)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances (Worksheet)

CBSE Class 6 Science - Chapter 5 - Separation Of Substances (Worksheet)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


Question: Identify the method of separation and fill in the blanks

1: _____________ method is used to separate oil from water.

2: Pebbles and stones are removed from sand by the process of ___________.

3: The clear liquid above sediment is called ____________ liquid.

4: A _________ _________ is used to separate liquids of different densities.

5: A mixture of sand and iron-filings can be separated by the process of __________ separation.

Saturday, 15 December 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 4 - Sorting Materials Into Groups (Worksheet)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Science - Sorting Materials Into Groups 

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 4 - Sorting Materials Into Groups (Worksheet)(#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


(Worksheet)

Q1: Name the following:

(a) Two solids which are insoluble in water
    _________________________
    _________________________

(b) Two liquids which are insoluble in water
    _________________________
    _________________________

(c) Two gases which are insoluble in water
    _________________________
    _________________________

(d) Two solids which are soluble in water
    _________________________
    _________________________

Wednesday, 5 December 2018

CBSE Class 6 - 10 - Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz (#sciencequiz)(#eduvictors)

Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz

CBSE Class 6 - 10 - Scientific Discoveries and Inventions Quiz (#sciencequiz)(#eduvictors)

Q1: Who discovered the first antibiotic?

(a) W Fleming
(b) C Waksman
(c) Louis Pasteur
(d) A Fleming


Q2: Who invented the Safety razor?

(a) Gillette
(b) Nikola Tesla
(c) Steve Job
(d) Lar Strauss


Q3: X–rays were discovered by

(a) Edison
(b) Roentgen
(c) Marie Curie
(d) Van Lue


Friday, 16 November 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 14 - Water (Worksheet) (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Science - Chapter 14 - Water 

(Worksheet)

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 14 - Water (Worksheet) (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Fill in the blanks

1. Our Earth is covered by _________ of water, but most of the water is not ________ and contains salt.

2. Nearly _______ of our body is made up of water and the rest is solid matter.

3. _____________ is a process in which there is a loss of water from plants as water vapour through the pores of their leaves.


4. The circulation of water from the oceans and the surface of the earth, to the air as water vapour,
and its return to the ocean as rain, hail or snow, is called the _______ ________.


5. Water which is fit for human consumption is known as ______ water.


Sunday, 4 November 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Chapter-wise Science Quiz (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Class 6 - Science Quiz

CBSE Class 6 - Chapter-wise Science Quiz (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Science plays a crucial role in setting the progressive path of our society. It is one way of knowing about the world. Science is a seamless web of knowledge. It is the search for truth and knowledge. Scientists suggest explanations of why things are as they are, and then they test those explanations, using experiments.

Plants make their own food from the Sun’s rays. Everything in the living world needs food to survive. Magnets exert a force called magnetism, which can attract certain objects – especially those containing iron. The main objective of teaching science at class 6 level is to build a scientific temperament. 

Saturday, 8 September 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 6 - Changes Around Us - Multiple Choice Questions (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Class 6 - Science - Chapter 6 
Changes Around Us
CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 6 - Changes Around Us - Multiple Choice Questions (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)


Multiple Choice Questions


Q1: Pick the change that can be reversed from the following.

(a) Cutting of trees
(b) Melting of ghee
(c) Burning of candle
(d) Blooming of flower


Q2: Which of the following changes cannot be reversed?

(a) Hardening of cement
(b) Freezing of ice cream
(c) Opening a door
(d) Melting of chocolate


Q3: An iron ring is heated. Which of the following statement about it is incorrect?

(a) The ring expands
(b) The ring almost comes to the same size on cooling
(c) The change, in this case, is reversed
(d) The ring changes its shape and the change cannot be reversed


Monday, 16 July 2018

Class 6/7/8/9/10 Entrance Tests/NTSE/CTET/NDA - General Science Quiz (2018) (#eduvictors)

General Science Quiz 

Class 6/7/8/9/10 Entrance Tests/NTSE/CTET/NDA - General Science Quiz (2018) (#eduvictors)

Q1: Which of the following is not example bio-mass energy source?

(a) Wood
(b) Gobar gas
(c) Atomic energy
(d) Coal


Q2: The scientific study of earthquakes is known as 

(a) Seismology
(b) Cosmology
(c) Ecology
(d) Pathology


Q3: Which of the following is a plant hormone?

(a) Insulin
(b) Thyroxin
(c) Estrogen
(d) Cytokinin


Tuesday, 26 June 2018

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? - Extra Q & A (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Food: Where Does It Come From?

Extra Q & A
CBSE Class 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? - Extra Q & A (#cbsenotes)(#eduvictors)

Q1: Why do we need food?

Answer: We need food
a. To get energy
b. To do work
c. To repair our body

Q2: Categorize the nutrients on the basis of their functions.

Answer: The nutrients on the basis of their functions are-
a. Energy Giving Food – Carbohydrates and Fats
b. Body Building Food - Proteins
c. Protective Food – Vitamins and Minerals


Q3: Name the food items which are the rich sources of energy giving food.

Answer: The food items which are the rich sources of energy giving foods are rice, wheat, corn, potato, sugar, bread etc.


Q4: Name the food items which are the rich sources of body building food.

Answer: The food items which are the rich sources of body building food are milk, egg, cheese, fish, beans and pulses.


Monday, 2 April 2018

CBSE CLass 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? (Play Online Quiz) (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)

Food: Where Does It Come From?

Online Quiz
CBSE CLass 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? (Play Online Quiz) (#eduvictors)(#cbsenotes)


Online MCQs based Quiz available at Eduvictors.com for class 6 Science chapter "Food: Where Does It Come From?"

Play with the quiz  to test your understanding about the science chapter.

Sunday, 30 July 2017

CBSE CLASS 6 - Science - CHAPTER 3 : Fibre to fabric (Q and A) (#cbseNotes)

CLASS 6
SUBJECT: Science
CHAPTER 3: Fibre to fabric

CBSE CLASS 6 - Science - CHAPTER 3 : Fibre to fabric (Q and A) (#cbseNotes)
From Cotton Boll to Fabric


Question 1: What is fibre?

Answer: Fibre is a thread like a strand from which yarn is made.


Question 2: What is yarn?

Answer: Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked fibre which is woven or knitted for making garments.


Question 3: What is spinning?

Answer: Spinning is the process of twisting fibres by hand or using a machine, to obtain thread or yarn.


Question 4: What is weaving?

Answer: The process of making fabrics by crisscrossing two sets of yarn is called weaving.


Friday, 30 June 2017

CBSE Class 6 - Science - The living Organisms and Their Surroundings (Worksheet) (cbseNotes)

The living Organisms and Their Surroundings (Worksheet)

CBSE Class 6 - Science - The living Organisms and Their Surroundings (Worksheet) (cbseNotes)

Based on NCERT Class 6 Science Textbook 

Fill in the blanks by choosing the right word from the following set of words. 

terrestrial, blowholes, gills, abiotic, ostrich, pines, habitat, stimuli, aquatic, webbed, omnivores, casuarina, locomotion, excretion, chicken

The surroundings where plants and animals live, is called their _________.

___________ egg is the biggest cell in nature.

There are many types of habitats, however, these may be broadly grouped as __________ (on the land) and ________ (in water).

_________ are the respiratory organs of fish.

Thursday, 25 May 2017

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH4: Sorting Materials Into Groups (Worksheet) (#cbsenotes)

Sorting Materials Into Groups

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH4: Sorting Materials Into Groups (Worksheet) (#cbsenotes)

Worksheet


Q1: Identify the following items which are soluble or insoluble in water?

Salt
Kerosene Oil
Sand
Sugar
Chalk Powder
Lime Juice
Cooking Oil
Vinegar


Q2: Materials are classified on the basis of appearance, hardness, solubility, density and transparency. Write down properties for the following items:

Metals
Plastic
Wood
Glass


Thursday, 18 May 2017

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 3 - Fibre To Fabric - Worksheet (#cbseNotes)

Fibre To Fabric 

Class 6 - Science - Chapter 3
CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 3 - Fibre To Fabric - Worksheet (#cbseNotes)

Worksheet


Fill in the blanks


1. _______ and _________ are animal fibres.


2. Long thin strands found in plants and animals are called ________.


3. _______ is used for packaging material, sacks, bags and ropes.


4. ________ is an example of dietry fibre.

Friday, 17 March 2017

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? - Important Points (#cbsenotes)

Food: Where Does It Come From? - Important Points

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Food: Where Does It Come From? - Important Points (#cbsenotes)
Different Types of Foods
(credits: wikimedia)
Food is a combination of various substances that is taken into the body for nourishment and living.

There is a lot of variety in the food eaten in different regions of India.

The main sources of our food are plants and animals.

Grains, cereals, vegetables and fruits are plant sources of food.

Animals provide us milk, eggs and meat.

Tuesday, 22 March 2016

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH2 - Components of Food (Worksheet)

Components of Food

Worksheet based on NCERT Class 6 Science Chapter


CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH2 - Components of Food (Worksheet)
 By [[User:LaKeisha Eason|LaKeisha Eason--98.212.107.72 23:06, 13 September 2012 (UTC)]] (Own work)
[CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

Fill in the following with the list of words given below:
Sunlight, Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Copper sulphate, Roughage, Vitamins, Scurvy,
        Water, Anaemia, Iodine


1. ___________ and ___________ mainly provide energy to our body.

2. __________ help in protecting our body against diseases.

3. ________ is a food item which does not provide any nutrition.

4. ________ and minerals are needed for the growth and the maintenance of our body.

5. Deficiency of Iron causes __________

6. Sea Food is a rich source of ______

Sunday, 6 March 2016

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From? (Worksheet)

Food: Where Does It Come From?

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Chapter 1 - Food: Where Does It Come From? (Worksheet)
Different Types of Foods
(credits: wikimedia)

Worksheet


Q1: Ingredients are used to prepare food. Write down the sources of the following ingredients?


Food Item     IngredientsSources
(a) Idli Rice Plant
Urad Dal _____________ 
Salt _____________ 
Water _____________ 
 (b) KheerMilk Animal 
Rice _____________ 
Sugar _____________ 
 (c) Chicken Curry Chicken _____________ 
Spices _____________ 
Oil Plants/Animals 
Water _____________
(d) JalebiMaida _____________
Saffron ____________
Ghee _____________
Sugar _____________


Q2: Give two examples of the following:

Herbivores: ____________________________________________________

Carnivores: ____________________________________________________

Omnivores : ____________________________________________________

Plants whose stem is edible: ________________________________________

Plants whose roots are edible: ______________________________________

Scavengers: _________________________________________________________

Tuesday, 1 March 2016

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 16 - Garbage In Garbage Out (Worksheet)

Garbage In Garbage Out


CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 16 - Garbage In Garbage Out (Worksheet)
Landfill (Image Courtsey: pixabay)

Class 6 - Science - Worksheet


Fill In the Blanks

1. Solid waste generated in our homes is called domestic waste. It is commonly called as ___________.


2. ________ are the large open areas used to dispose solid waste.


3. ________ are called farmer's friends and are used in vermi-composting.


4. _______ is a domestic liquid waste.


5. The rotting and conversion of some materials into manure is called _____________.


Mark True or False

6. Compost is an organic matter used as fertilizer.     (T/F)

Saturday, 6 February 2016

CBSE Class 6 - Science Quiz (2016)

Science PSA Quiz

CBSE Class 6 - Science Quiz (2016)

MCQs


Q1: Which of the following gets attracted to a magnet?

(a) Copy book
(b) Silver spoon
(c) Comb
(d) Common pins



Q2: When a magnet is placed on a plastic plate with common pins spread on it, then ___________

(a) Pins stick all around the magnet
(b) Pins stick at the middle of the magnet
(c) Pins stick at ends of the magnet
(d) None of these



Q3: Which of the following animal has its body covered by a hard shell?

(a) Snake
(b) Earthworm
(c) Fish
(d) Snail



Q4: A material which allows electricity to pass through it is called _____________.

(a) conductor
(b) insulator
(c) transistor
(d) none of these



Q5: The size of a shadow of an opaque object close to the screen and moves away from the source of light ___________

(a) Increases
(b) Decreases
(c) Remains the same
(d) First decreases then increases