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

Saturday, 18 July 2015

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

Garbage In Garbage Out 

MCQs based on NCERT Chapter 

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH 16 - Garbage In Garbage Out (MCQs)
If we keep generating more garbage, we'll turn our city into slums
Dharavi Slum (Asia's the largest slum colony)
photo by: Meena Kadri

Q1: A low lying open area used to store city garbage is called ________.

(a) Garbage House
(b) Trash Bin
(c) Landfill
(d) Pond



Q2: Which one of the following is a good source for making compost?

(a) aluminium foil
(b) polythene
(c) vegetable peels
(d) plastic toy



Q3: The rotting and conversion of some materials into manure is called __________.

(a) logging
(b) composting
(c) scraping
(d) recyling



Q4: Green garbage bin is used for collecting which of the following item?

Monday, 13 July 2015

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH 15 - Air Around Us (MCQs)

Air Around Us 

MCQs based NCERT Chapter 

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH 15 - Air Around Us (MCQs)
Air is present inside the balloon as well as out side it.
How does it rises up? See answer here.
image credits: openclipart

Q1: The blanket of gases that surrounds the earth is called __________.

(a) air
(b) atmosphere
(c) lithosphere
(d) biospehere


Q2: Which one of the following has the major part in air?

(a) Nitrogen
(b) Oxygen
(c) Carbon Dioxide
(d) Helium


Q3: Identify the gas "Odourless, Colourless, Heavier than air, supports combustion"

(a) Nitrogen
(b) Oxygen
(c) Carbon Dioxide
(d) Water vapours


Q4: Which one of the following statement is TRUE?

Thursday, 9 July 2015

CBSE Class 6 Science Ch 12 Electricity and Circuits (MCQs)

CBSE Class 6 Science Chapter 12 
Electricity and Circuits

NCERT Chapter MCQs

CBSE Class 6 Science Ch 12 Electricity and Circuits (MCQs)

Q1: What is pointer 'A', as shown in figure of an electric bulb?

(a) Element
(b) Filament
(c) Holder
(d) Terminal



Q2: What is pointer 'B', as shown in figure of an electric bulb?

(a) Element
(b) Filament
(c) Holder
(d) Terminal



Q3: A simple device that is used to either break or complete the electric circuit, is called ________ .

(a) Switch
(b) Terminal
(c) Current
(d) Conductor



Q4: Electric Cell (Battery) as shown in the figure, pointer 'A' indicates ______________.

(a) Filament
(b) Holder
(c) Positive Terminal
(d) Negative Terminal



Q5: Electric Cell (Battery) as shown in the figure, pointer 'B' indicates ______________.

Sunday, 5 July 2015

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH11 - Light, Shadows and Reflection (MCQs)

Light, Shadows and Reflections

MCQs
CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH11 - Light, Shadows and Reflection (MCQs)
Sun Dial at Jantar Mantar in Delhi.
Do you know it uses the principles of Light and Shadows?
Do you want to make your own Sun Clock (Dial)? See below.


Q1: Objects that emit light on their own are called ___________

(a) Ligth Objects
(b) Luminous bodies
(c) Non-Luminous bodies
(d) Opaque bodies

Q2: Which one of the following is not a luminous object?

(a) lit candle
(b) sun
(c) star
(d) moon

Q3: If we are able to see anything clearly through an object, then such an object is said to be a _______ object.

(a) transparent
(b) translucent
(c) opaque
(d) none of these

Q4: A _______ eclipse occurs when earth comes between sun and moon in a straight line.

(a) solar
(b) lunar
(c) shadow
(d) none of these

Q5: The shape of a shadow depends on which of the following.

Monday, 29 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 Science CH 9 The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings (MCQs)

The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings

MCQs based Class 6 NCERT Chapter 9 

CBSE Class 6 Science CH 9 The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings (MCQs)
Habitats

Q1: In the sea, plants and animals are surrounded by _________ water.

(a) fresh
(b) saline
(c) acidic
(d) marshy

Q2: The surroundings where organisms live is called a _______.

(a) habitat
(b) habit
(c) dwellings
(d) adaptation

Q3: In Cactus plants, the leafy kike structure in actual is a ______.

(a) leaf
(b) root
(c) flower
(d) stem

Q4: Sea animals like dolphins and whales breathe through ______.

(a) nose
(b) gills
(c) blow holes
(d) fins

Q5: Breathing activity is a part of which of the following bio-chemical process?

(a) photosynthesis
(b) respiration
(c) digestion
(d) excretion

Saturday, 27 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 Science CH13: Fun With Magnets (MCQs)

Fun With Magnets

Magnets come in various shapes. Can you name those shown?
(Answers given below?)

MCQs

Q1: In a bar magnet, magnetic power is

(a) more that both ends of the magnet.
(b) more in the middle of the magnet.
(c) is same through the magnet.
(d) none of these

Q2(NCERT): A bar magnet is immersed in a heap of iron filings and pulled out. The amount of iron filling clinging to the

(a) North pole is almost equal to the south pole.
(b) North pole is much more than the south pole.
(c) North pole is much less than the south pole.
(d) Magnet will be same all along its length.

Q3: When a magnet is suspended freely in air with the help of string, it aligns itself in _________ direction.

(a) South-West
(b) North-East
(c) East-West
(d) North-South

Q5: Which of the following is a non-magnetic material?

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

CBSE CLass 6 Science CH14 Water (MCQs)

Water

MCQs
CBSE CLass 6 Science CH14 Water (MCQs)



Q1: The process of changing water into ice is called __________.

(a) sublimation
(b) evaporation
(c) condensation
(d) precipitation

Q2: The process of falling down of water in the form of rain, snow or hail is called _________.

(a) sublimation
(b) evaporation
(c) condensation
(d) precipitation

Q3: How much water is lost approximately through transpiration by wheat plants that give us one kilogram of wheat?

(a) 5 litres
(b) 50 litres
(c) 500 litres
(d) 5000 litres

Q4: Which of the following will lead to reduction in availability of ground water?

(a) plantation
(b) rain water harvesting
(c) constructing more lakes
(d) building concrete roads

Q5: When ice water is pored into a glass, tiny water droplets of water appear on the outerside of glass due to _________.

Thursday, 18 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 Science CH 4 - Sorting Material Into Groups

Sorting Material Into Groups

CBSE Class 6 Science CH 4 - Sorting Material Into Groups
Sorting Into Groups
(image credits:openclipart)

MCQs

Q1: Which of the following is lustrous material?

(a) wood
(b) plastic
(c) copper
(d) chalk

Q2: Materials that are difficult to compress are called _______

(a) hard materials
(b) soft materials
(c) sponge materials
(d) none of these

Q3: Which one of the following is insoluble in water?

(a) oxygen
(b) sugar
(c) salt
(d) sawdust

Q4: As you cannot see through objects made from materials, such materials are called _________.

(a) transparent
(b) opaque
(c) translucent
(d) none of these

Q5: A material which does not dissolve completely into water is called _______.

Sunday, 14 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH7: Getting To Know Plants (MCQs)

GETTING TO KNOW PLANTS

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH7: Getting To Know Plants (MCQs)

MCQs

Q1: Small plants, soft peroshable stems, attain height upto five feet, generally annuals and biennials. These plants are ________.

(a) Herbs
(b) Shrubs
(c) Trees
(d) none of these

Q2: Woody perennials, attain height between 3m to 5m, bushy appearance, profoused branched stems from the ground. These plants are ______.

(a) Herbs
(b) Shrubs
(c) Trees
(d) none of these


Q3: Woody perennial, single main stem called trunk, which gives out number of branches. These plants are _________.

(a) Herbs
(b) Shrubs
(c) Trees
(d) none of these

Q4: Tomato plant is a _________

(a) Herb
(b) Shrub
(c) Tree
(d) none of these

Q5: Mango plant is a _________

Saturday, 13 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH5 - Separation of Substances (MCQs-2)

Separation of Substances 

(MCQs)
Threshing (courtsey: wikipedia)


Q1: The method of separating substances based on size, colour and shape is called _______.

(a) Handpicking
(b) Winnowing
(c) Sieving
(d) Threshing

Q2: The process used for separating grains from stalk is called _________.

(a) Winnowing
(b) Sieving
(c) Threshing
(d) Decanting

Q3: Which method is commonly used by farmers to separate lighter husk particles from heavier seeds of grain.

(a) Winnowing
(b) Sieving
(c) Threshing
(d) Decanting


Q4: Pebbles and stones are removed from sand by ________

(a) Winnowing
(b) Sieving
(c) Threshing
(d) Decanting


Q5: The heavier component in a mixture settles after water is added to it, the process is called ________

Friday, 12 June 2015

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH3 - Fibres to Fabrics (MCQs)

Fibres to Fabrics

 MCQs

Cotton Bolls
(source:wpclipart.com)
Q1: The thinner strands of thread are called as _________
(a) Fibres
(b) Fabric
(c) yarns
(d) cotton bolls


Q2: Which one of the following is NOT a natural fibre?

(a) Cotton
(b) Jute
(c) Nylon
(d) Wool


Q3: Which one of the following is NOT a synthetic fibre?
(a) polyster
(b) nylon
(c) acrylic
(d) silk

Q4: The fruits of the cotton plant are called ________.

(a) bolls
(b) jute
(c) yarn
(d) cushions

Q5: Which of the following is animal natural fibre?

Friday, 24 October 2014

CBSE Class 6-12 - Science - Fathers in Biology

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Fathers of Various Branches in Biology

Aristotle - Father of Biology
credits: wikipedia
Num.           Branch of Biology Name
1 Father of Biology Aristotle
2 Father of Zoology Aristotle
3 Father of Botany Theophrastus
4 Father of Taxonomy Carl Linnaeus
5 Father of Plant Physiology Stephen Hales
6 Father of Bacteriology Louis Pastuer
7 Father of Microbiology Leeuwenhoek
8 Father of Immunology Edward Jenner
9 Father of Cytology Robert Hooke
10 Father of Mycology Micheli
11 Father of Genetics G J Mendel
12              Father of Experimental Genetics              T. H. Morgan
13 Father of Bryology Johann Hedwig
14 Father of Eugenics Francis Galton
15 Father of Microscopy Marcello Malphigi
16 Father of Bio-diversity E.O. Wilson
17 Father of Medicine Hippocrates
18 Father of modern Anatomy Andreas Vesalius
19 Father of Radiation Genetics H. J. Muller

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH5 - Separation of Substances (MCQs)

Separation of Substances 

(MCQs)

Q1: The process of settling down of particles of a solid in a liquid is known as

(a) sublimation
(b) sedimentation
(c) decantation
(d) precipitation


Q2: Which of the following is essential to perform winnowing activity?

(a) soil
(b) water
(c) wind
(d) none of these


Q3: Hand picking method is effective in

(a) gaseous mixture
(b) solid mixture
(c) liquid mixture
(d) none of these

Sunday, 14 July 2013

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH6 - Changes Around Us (MCQs)

Changes Around Us

CBSE Class 6 Science - CH6 - Changes Around Us (MCQs)
There are numerous ways to classify changes. Can you guess more types?


MCQs

Q1: Baking of dough into bread is a kind of change 

(a) that can be reversed
(b) that cannot be reversed
(c) that can be reversed at very hot temperature
(d) can't say


Q2: Which of the following is a reversible change?

(a) Curdling of milk
(b) Ripening of fruits
(c) Melting of ice
(d) Burning of wood


Q3: Which of the following is a desirable change?

(a) Burning of House
(b) Floods
(c) Landslides
(d) Burning of cooking gas

Sunday, 23 June 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 10 - Motion and Measurement of Distances (MCQs)



Motion and Measurement of Distances

MCQs

Q1: Name the scientist who suggested MKS (metre, kilogram, second) system which later became SI (International System of Units)?

(a) Isaac Newton
(b) Giovanni Giorgi
(c) Napoleaon Bonaparte
(d) Galileo Galilei


Q2(NCERT): The distance between Delhi and Mumbai is usually expressed in units of

(a) decametre
(b) metre
(c) centimetre
(d) kilometre


Q3: One metre has 10 equal parts called ________

(a) millimeters
(b) centimeters
(c) decimeters
(d) nanometers


Sunday, 2 June 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Ch8 - Body Movements (MCQs)

Body Movements 
(MCQs)
image credits:bestanimations


Q1:The number of bones present in an adult human is:

(a) 106
(b) 206
(c) 306
(d) 400


Q2(NCERT): Which of the following joints is immovable?
(a) Shoulder and arm
(b) Knee and joint
(c) Upper jaw and skull
(d) Lower jaw and upper jaw


Q3: Which of the following protects our lungs:

(a) cranium
(b) ribcage
(c) pelvic bones
(d) backbone


Monday, 13 May 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH3 - Fibres to Fabrics

Fibres to Fabrics

 MCQs

Cotton Bolls
(source:wpclipart.com)
Q1: The fibres obtained from animals are made up of:

(a) proteins
(b) carbohydrates
(c) cellulose
(d) vitamins

 

Q2: The process of twisting fibres to make yarn is called:

(a) combing
(b) ginning
(c) spinning
(d) knotting

 

Q3: Weaving is done on devices called: 
(a) Takli
(b) Charkha
(c) Looms
(d) Needles



Saturday, 20 April 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - Ch2: Components of Food (MCQs)

Components of Food 

(MCQs)

Q1: Which of the following is a protective food?
(a) milk
(b) oils & fats
(c) fruits
(d) cereals


Q2: Goitre: swelling of thyroid glands occurs due to the deficiency of _________.

(a) iron
(b) pottasium
(c) phosphorus
(d) iodine


Q3(NCERT): Which of the following nutrients is not present in milk?

(a) Protein
(b) Vitamin C
(c) Calcium
(d) Vitamin D

Monday, 1 April 2013

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH1 - Food: Where Does It Come From? (MCQs)

Food: Where Does It Come From?

MCQs

Q1: What are the ingredients of preparing Chapati?

(a) Atta (Wheat Flour) only
(b) Water only
(c) Both Atta and water
(d) None of these


Q2: Which of the following is NOT an ingredient for preparing Dal?

(a) Pulses
(b) Kerosene
(c) Oil or Ghee
(d) Salt


Q3: Which one of the following is a carnivore animal?
(a) Sparrow
(b) Owl
(c) Parrot
(d) Cow

Saturday, 1 December 2012

CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH 11 - LIGHT, SHADOWS AND REFLECTIONS

LIGHT, SHADOWS AND REFLECTIONS
Umbra and Penumbra
Umbra and Penumbra
Types of Shadows
NCERT Solution, Q & A

Q1(MCQ): A body which emits light by itself is

(a) Luminous body
(b) Non luminous body
(c) Shadow
(d) Opaque body

Answer: (a) Luminous body