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Download Chapter wise Solutions For CBSE Class 6 Science

Chapter 1 – Food – Where Does It Come From
Chapter 2 – Components of Food
Chapter 3 – Fibre to Fabric
Chapter 4 – Sorting Materials Into Groups
Chapter 5 – Separation of Substances
Chapter 6 – Changes Around Us
Chapter 7 – Getting to Know Plants
Chapter 8 – Body Movements
Chapter 9 – The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings
Chapter 10 – Motion and Measurement of Distances
Chapter 11 – Light, Shadows and Reflection
Chapter 12 – Electricity and Circuits
Chapter 13 – Fun with Magnets
Chapter 14 – Water
Chapter 15 – Air Around Us
Chapter 16 – Garbage In, Garbage Out

Chapter 3: Fibre to Fabric

Q.1 Give whether following fibres as natural or synthetic: Wool, Nylon, cotton, silk, polyester, Jute. Ans: Natural fibres: cotton, silk, ...
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Chapter 12: Electricity and Circuits

Q1. Complete the sentence: (a) A device, which can break an electric circuit, is called as (b) There are ______ ...
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Chapter 7: Getting to Know Plants

1. Do correct the following and rewrite them. (a) Water and minerals are absorbed by stem from the soil. (b) ...
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Chapter 4: Sorting Materials Into Groups

Question 1: Name 4 objects that are made from wood. Answer: (I) Desk (ii) windows (iii) hammerhandles (IV) cardboard Question ...
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Chapter 6: Changes Around Us

Exercise 6 We usually shorten the length of the pant by folding it, when walking through a waterlogged area. Is ...
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Chapter 3: Fibre to Fabric

Chapter 3: Fibre to Fabric

Q.1 Give whether following fibres as natural or synthetic: Wool, Nylon, cotton, silk, polyester, Jute. Ans: Natural fibres: cotton, silk, jute. Synthetic fibres: nylon, polyester.   Q.2 State; the following statements are true or false by giving T and F: The output of fibres are called Yam. Spinning- It is a process of making fibres. […]

Chapter 12: Electricity and Circuits

Chapter 12: Electricity and Circuits

Q1. Complete the sentence: (a) A device, which can break an electric circuit, is called as (b) There are ______ terminals in an electric cell. Ans. (a) Switch (b) two   Q2. Mark ‘True’ or ‘False’ for the following statements: (a) Electric current can pass through a sheet of thermocol. (b) Electric current can flow […]

Chapter 7: Getting to Know Plants

Chapter 7: Getting to Know Plants

1. Do correct the following and rewrite them. (a) Water and minerals are absorbed by stem from the soil. (b) The one that holds the plant upright are leaves. (c) The thing that conduct water to the leaves are roots. (d) Number of sepals and petals in a flower are always equal. (e) If the […]

Chapter 4: Sorting Materials Into Gro...

Chapter 4: Sorting Materials Into Groups

Question 1: Name 4 objects that are made from wood. Answer: (I) Desk (ii) windows (iii) hammerhandles (IV) cardboard   Question 2: Which of the following objects shine? Glass bowl Plastic toy Steel spoon Cotton shirt Answer: Shining objects are steel spoon and glass bowl   Question 3: Match the following objects with the materials […]

Chapter 6: Changes Around Us

Chapter 6: Changes Around Us

Exercise 6 We usually shorten the length of the pant by folding it, when walking through a waterlogged area. Is the change reversible or not? Answer Yes, The change is reversible and it can be done by unfolding the pants.   You accidentally drop your Barbie doll and break it. Is this reversible or not? […]

Chapter 9: The Living Organisms and T...

Chapter 9: The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings

Subjective Type Questions What is meant by Habitat? ANS: The surroundings where animals dwell in comfort zone is called habitat. The animals depend on their habitat for their shelter, food, water and other needs. Example: Lion lives in the den.   How does cactus live in desert? ANS: Cactus live in desert as they have […]

Chapter 2: Components of Food

Chapter 2: Components of Food

Question 1: Mention the major nutrients that are present in our food. Answer: The major nutrients that are in our food:    Minerals    Water    Vitamins    Fat    Protein    Carbohydrates   Question 2: Name the following: Mention the nutrients that provide our body with the required energy. For growth and the body […]

Chapter 11: Light Shadows and Reflect...

Chapter 11: Light Shadows and Reflection

Q1. Classify the objects or materials given below as opaque, transparent or translucent and luminous or non-luminous: Air, water, a piece of rock, a sheet of aluminium, a wooden board, a sheet of polythene, a sheet of cellophane, a CD, smoke, a sheet of plane glass, fog, a piece of red hot iron, an umbrella, […]

Chapter 8: Body Movements

Chapter 8: Body Movements

1) Fill in the blanks: (a) Joints of the bones help in the _______________ of the body. (b) A combination of bones and cartilages forms the _____________of the body. (c) The bones at the elbow are joined by a   ______________. (d) The contraction of the ______________ pulls the bones during. Solution:      (a) movement          […]

Chapter 5: Separation of Substances

Chapter 5: Separation of Substances

1. Why should we have to separate various components of a mixture? Give some examples. Answer: Among various components of a mixture, there are so many substances, which could be harmful or not useful. To eliminate those harmful or useless components, we should separate them. Example: (a) Coffee powder is separated from the liquid with […]

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