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.

In the mountains of the Himalayas, we find many kinds of trees like, oaks, ______ and deodars.

Movement of animals in search of food, shelter or mate is called ____________.

On the beach of Puri, Orrisa we see ___________ trees.

Animals which eat both plants and flesh are called ______________.

Rocks, soil, air, water, light and temperature are some of the ________ components of our surroundings.

The process of getting rid of these wastes by the living organisms is known as ________.

Changes in our surroundings that makes us respond to them, are called _________.

A ________ hatched from an egg, grows into a hen or a cock

Frogs have _________ feet which help them swim in water.

Dolphins and whales breathe in air through nostrils or __________ that are located on the upper parts of their heads.


1. habitat
2. Ostrich
3. terrestrial, aquatic
4. Gills
5. pines
6. locomotion
7. casuarina
8. omnivores
9. abiotic
10. excretion
11. stimuli
12. chicken
13. webbed
14. blowholes

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