Class 6 Cbse Science Sample Paper Model 2


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Class 6 Cbse Science Sample Paper Model 2

  1. 1. Class: VI, Subject: Science (Sample Paper) Maximum marks: 90 I. Choose the correct option. (1x12=12) 1. Which of the following gas is essential for photosynthesis? a) Nitrogen. b) Carbon dioxide. c) Oxygen. d) None of these. 2. Melting of an ice cube is a a) Chemical change. b) Physical change. c) Irreversible change. d) All of these. 3. Which disease is caused by lack of proteins? a) Malaria. b) Anemia. c) Beriberi. d) Kwashiorkor. 4. Which is the common medicinal plant? a) Tulsi. b) Aloe Vera. c) Garlic. d) All of these. 5. Which worm is used in the process of vermicomposting? a) Earth worm. b) Tapeworm. c) Roundworm. d) None of these. 6. Loss of water vapor through leaves are called as a) Photosynthesis. b) Transpiration. c) Respiration d) Pollination.
  2. 2. 7. Which of the following group of animals contains only carnivores? a) Leopard, cheetah, lion, tiger. b) Cow, buffalo, sheep, goat. c) Parrot, pigeon, sparrow, owl. d) Deer, giraffe, elephant, zebras. 8. Identify the essential part of our food, which is not extracted from both plants and animals. a) Cheese. b) Fruits. c) Salt. d) Vegetables. 9. Identify the type of change when --Carbon (c) + oxygen (O) ‡ Carbon dioxide (Co2) + Heat. a) Chemical change. b) Physical change. c) Endothermic change d) Exothermic change 10. Stars are a) Luminous. b) Non luminous. c) Planets. d) Satellite. 11. Which of these animals does not produce wool? a) Cow b) Sheep c) Goat d) Rabbit. 12. Animals that feed on both plants and animals are called as? a) Herbivores. b) Carnivores. c) Omnivores. d) All of these.
  3. 3. II. Give one word answers for the following. (1x12=12) 1. Name the change which is permanent. 2. What is the speed of light? 3. What is the dark part of shadow called? 4. Which part of the mustard plant is used? 5. Name the disease caused by the deficiency of vitamin C. 6. Name the gas which is essential for burning. 7. Name process used for separating cream from the milk. 8. Why ginger is called as a modified stem? 9. What is the female reproductive part of the flower called? 10. What is the composition of water in water melon? 11. What is the structural and functional unit of all known living organisms? 12. Name the compounds which are important for growth and development of our body. III. Give reason for the following. (2x6=12) 1. Why cannot we move our elbow backwards? 2. Why is milk considered as complete food? 3. Why do wet clothes dry faster in a windy day rather than a sunny day? 4. Why is camel called as ship of the deserts? 5. Why should we avoid plastic food containers? 6. Why melting of an ice cubes and boiling of water are called as physical change? IV. Answer the following questions. (2x6=12) 1. What is condensation? 2. What is water cycle? 3. List the major components of foods? 4. What are luminous objects? 5. Name the edible parts of a coconut plant. 6. What is roughage? V. Answer the following questions. (3x9=27) 1. Why do we breathe through our nose and not through our mouth? 2. What is vermicomposting? 3. Explain conductors and insulators with examples? 4. What is combustion? 5. List out the differences between herbs, shrubs and trees? 6. What is a joint? Name the different kinds of joints present in our body. 7. How can you prove that oxygen gas is necessary for burning? 8. List three general methods used for separating solids from liquid mixtures with examples? 9. What is photosynthesis?
  4. 4. VI. Answer the following questions. (3x5=15) 1. How you test presence of following nutrients in food? i. Fats. ii. Starch. iii. Sugar. 2. Define an organ and name any six types of organs present in human bodies. 3. Define: i. Reflection of light. ii. Solar eclipse. iii. Lunar eclipse. 4. Define: i. Anchoring. ii. Transpiration iii. Reproduction. 5. List out the different types of vitamins with their functions and examples?