Class IV Science- Clothes

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Class IV Science- Clothes

  1. 1. Clothes www.reflectivelearn.com
  2. 2. Clothes  Food, shelter, and clothing are our basic needs.  Clothes are made of materials that suit the weather of a place.  They protect us from the heat of the sun, rain and cold .  Cotton clothes to keep ourselves cool  Raincoats to protect from rain.  Woollen clothes to keep ourselves warm.  Wearing full-sleeved clothes can protect us from insect (like mosquito) bites. www.reflectivelearn.com
  3. 3. Fibres an Fabrics Type of Fibre Source Examples Natural Fibres Natural fibres are obtained from either plants or animals • Cotton and linen from plants. • Wool and silk from animals Synthetic or Man made fibre Fibres that are not found and are made by man are called synthetic or man- made fibres. • Nylon and polyester. Most fabrics made from synthetic fibres are strong and can last long. They are stretchable, waterproof and wrinkle-free. • Clothes we wear depends on the weather of the place . • Clothes are made from various kind of cloth materials or fabrics. • Fabrics are made by weaving or knitting fibres together. Fibres are long, thin threads. www.reflectivelearn.com
  4. 4. Care of Clothes  Clothes should be washed well with a good soap or detergent to remove all the sweat, dirt, and stains.  Woollen and silk clothes need a lot of care.  They are easily attacked by small insects like moth and silverfish. We should store silk and woollen clothes with mothballs or dried neem leaves. This will keep the insects away.  Woollen coats and trousers should be dry-cleaned as it will be spoilt by plain washing. www.reflectivelearn.com

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