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CBSE Questions for class 6 Science (Worksheets) 

Worksheets for class 6 Science consists of questions from the entire syllabus of class 6. These worksheets are not only beneficial for CBSE class 6 but also useful for the other board students. Our experts having subject matter experts and teachers prepared these worksheets for class 6 science covering all the chapters. Each question asked in the worksheets are explained with the right set of explanation by the experts. Find More worksheets for class 6 before solving do solve NCERT questions with the help of NCERT Solutions for class 6 Science. 

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Chapters covered in the worksheets for class 6 Science

worksheets for class 6 Science covered the entire syllabus of CBSE class 6. We have uploaded a printable pdf for free download for each chapter. Each chapter consists of questions from 30 to 80 plus depending on the difficulty level of the chapters. 

Questions form worksheets of class 6 science chapter-1

Q.1 Dogs are

a)    omnivores.

b)    insectivores.

c)    herbivores.

d)    carnivores.

Ans: a) omnivores.

An animal which is able to consume both plants (like a herbivore) and meat (like a carnivore).

Q.2 Green plants are

a)    primary producers.

b)    primary consumers.

c)    secondary consumers.

d)    tertiary consumers.

Ans: a) primary producers.

Green plants are also known as primary producers, occupy the lowermost stratum. They are autotrophic i.e. they produce their own food in their body. E.g., alga, photosynthetic bacteria, mosses, trees, herbs etc.

Q.3 Sprouted seeds can be taken directly as well as they can also be

a)    heated.

b)    boiled.

c)    spoiled.

d)    burn.

Ans: b) boiled.

If we wrap the seeds of moong or chana in a piece of wet cloth and leave them for a day then the seeds get sprouted. After washing these sprouted seeds, we can eat them. They can also be boiled.

Q.4 Food is made up of plant is termed as

a)    vegetarian.

b)    non vegetarian.

c)    in vegetarian.

d)    plantarian.

Ans: a) vegetarian.

Food that contains no animal meat or its byproducts and contains only plants products are called as vegetarian food.

Q.5 All animals including human beings are

a.    autotrophs.

b.    Phototrophs.

c.    saprophytes.

d.    heterotrophs.

Ans. d. heterotrophs.

All animals including human beings do not produce their own food, so they are heterotrophs. They are known as consumers in food chains and obtain organic carbon by eating other heterotrophs or autotrophs. All animals are heterotrophic, as well as fungi and many bacteria.

Questions form worksheets of class 6 science chapter-2

1.    Synthetic fibres are obtained from

    (a)    plants    (b)    animals

    (c)    petroleum    (d)    All of these

1.    (a)    Nylon and polyester are synthetic fibres obtained from plastic material we get mainly from petroleum.

2.    Which of these fabrics will you prefer on a hot and humid day?

    (a)    Nylon    (b)    Silk

    (c)    Cotton    (d)    Wool

2.    (c)     Wool retains air between the fibres. That is why it is fluffy. This enables it to retain body heat. Woollen clothes are, therefore, good for wearing in cold weather.

3.    Which of these is not a fibre?

    (a)    Leather     (b)    Cotton

    (c)    Nylon    (d)    Jute

3.    (a) Leather is obtained by tanning from the skin of animals

4.    Which of the following statements is not true?

(a)    Fabric is made of yarn

(b)    Jute is the outer covering of coconut

(c)    Polyester is a synthetic fibre

(d)    Silk fibre is obtained from silkworms

4.    (b)     Jute is not the outer covering  of coconut but is obtained from the outer covering of the coconut trunk

5.    What materials were used for clothes in ancient times?

    (a)    Animal skins    (b)    Grass    

    (c)    Vines    (d)    All of these

5.    (d)     During early age, there was no development like today due to which they used to wear grass animal skins, vines, etc.

Questions form worksheets of class 6 science chapter-3

Q.1.The object made from ceramic is

(a) a chair.




Ans. (c) 

Explanation- Crockery is earthenware or tableware (eating and serving dishes). It is made of ceramic. Ceramic is a hard, brittle material made by firing clay.

Q.2.A magnetic material is 

(a) attracted by a magnet.

(b) repelled by a magnet.

(c) broken by a magnet.

(d) melted by a magnet.

Ans. (a) 

Explanation- A magnet attracts a magnetic material like an iron piece is attracted by a magnet.

Q.3. An example of a viscous liquid is

(a) water.

(b) honey.

(c) milk.

(d) oil.

Ans. (b) 

Explanation- The liquids which flow very slowly are known as viscous liquids. Honey flows slowly while water, milk and oil flow easily.

Q.4. The substance that can burn is

(a) water.

(b) sand.

(c) glass piece.

(d) alcohol.

Ans. (d) 

Explanation- Alcohol can burn. Hence, used as fuel in vehicles.

Q.5. Bay leaves, pepper, turmeric and cloves make a group of

(a) cereals.

(b) fruits.

(c) spices.

(d) pulses.

 Ans. (c) 

Explanation- Bay leaves, pepper, turmeric and cloves make a group of spices used in cooking.

Frequently Asked Questions on CBSE Questions for class 6 Science (Worksheets) 

. How to download the worksheet for class 6 Science?

Worksheet for class 6 Science can be downloaded chapter-wise from Home-tution.com and the pdf version is printable. Our experts uploaded all the chapter-wise worksheets for class 6 Science on this page just click on the Science chapter for which you need worksheets. 

. What are the chapters covered in the worksheet for class 6 Science?

worksheet for class 6 Science covers all the chapters in the syllabus of CBSE and we have uploaded chapter-wise worksheets for class 6 Science. The chapters covered in these pages are 1-Food: Where Does It Come From?, 2-Components of Food, 3-Fibre to Fabric, 4-Sorting Materials into Groups,5-Separation of Substances,6-Changes Around Us,7-Getting to Know Plants,8-Body Movements

9-The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings,10-Motion and Measurement of Distances

11-Light, Shadows and Reflections,12-Electricity and Circuits,13-Fun with Magnets,14-Water

15-Air Around Us,16-Garbage In, Garbage Out.

. Do the worksheets for class 6 Science covers the entire syllabus? 

Yes, all the chapters asked in class 6 Science are covered and apart from this each chapter of Science we have added questions from all sections.