Evolution of Clothing
2. Give two examples of animals that produce wool.
Why do we prefer to wear cotton clothes in summer and woolen clothes in winter
What would happen when we wear woolen clothes in summer
2. Write two types of fibres.
- easily available
- wrinkle resistant
- bad conductors of heat
- obtained from nature
From which part of the plant cotton and jute are obtained
Differentiate between the following:
Antipyretics and antiseptics
Name four types of fabrics used by us.
Why are sweaters/ woolen clothes are made up of wool
Why do we perfer woolen clothes in Winter
Reason: Wool is obtained from the cocoons of silkworm.
- The assertion is true but, the reason is false.
- Both the assertion and the reason are true. The reason is not the correct explanation of the assertion.
- Both the assertion and the reason are true. The reason is the correct explanation of the assertion.
- Both the assertion and the reason are false.
Which of the following materials did our very early ancestors use to make clothes from?
All of the above
What is not the primary use of wearing clothes?
- To protect us from rain.
- To protect us from heat.
- To protect us from cold.
- To look smart.
The basic building block of polyester is
The handle of a kettle is made of a …………. conductor of heat.
Assertion: Wool is an animal fibre.
Reason: Wool is obtained from the cocoons of silkworms.
- Prepared from wood pulp
- Is a natural fibre
- Also known as synthetic silk
- Has shiny appearance
- Fibres → Yarns → Fabrics → Clothes
- Fabrics → Fibres → Yarns → Clothes
- Clothes → Fibres → Yarns → Fabrics
- Clothes → Yarns → Fabrics → Fibres
Fill in the blanks
We wear clothes for protection against _________ and _________
From which parts of the plant cotton and jute are obtained?