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SCIENCE 
Time : 3 hrs. Class VI M.M.: 100 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• Read the questions carefully. 
• Write the answers neatly and clearly.  
 
Q.1 Complete the following. (6×1=6) 
 i) An alloy is a _________ solid mixture. 
ii) A _________ is something which produces a response or reaction in a living being. 
iii) Desert plants have a thick _________ to protect themselves from intense light. 
iv) The portion of the stem between any two nodes is called an _________. 
v) The motion of potter’s wheel is an example of _________ motion. 
vi) A liquid that dissolves other substances is called a _________. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option. (6×1=6) 
 i) Identify the malleable substance among the following : 
  a) wood b) stone  
  c) glass d) alluminium  
 ii) Which of the following is rich in energy?  
  a) sugar b) iodine  
  c) salt d) vitamins  
 iii) Which of the following methods would you use for separating iron from 
 sulphur particles? 
 
  a) magnetic separation b) filtration  
  c) churning d) distillation  
 iv) The milky liquid that oozes when you break a milkweed or banyan leaf is  
  a) stored food b) a plant waste  
  c) a plant tissue d) the equivalent of blood in plants 
 v) Which of the following is a submerged plant ?  
  a) cactus b) hydrilla  
  c) lotus d) lily  
 vi) The buds at the tip of the stem or its branches are called -  
  a) axillary buds b) nodal buds  
  c) apical buds d) growing buds  
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(1/3) 
SCIENCE 
Time : 3 hrs. Class VI M.M.: 100 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• Read the questions carefully. 
• Write the answers neatly and clearly.  
 
Q.1 Complete the following. (6×1=6) 
 i) An alloy is a _________ solid mixture. 
ii) A _________ is something which produces a response or reaction in a living being. 
iii) Desert plants have a thick _________ to protect themselves from intense light. 
iv) The portion of the stem between any two nodes is called an _________. 
v) The motion of potter’s wheel is an example of _________ motion. 
vi) A liquid that dissolves other substances is called a _________. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option. (6×1=6) 
 i) Identify the malleable substance among the following : 
  a) wood b) stone  
  c) glass d) alluminium  
 ii) Which of the following is rich in energy?  
  a) sugar b) iodine  
  c) salt d) vitamins  
 iii) Which of the following methods would you use for separating iron from 
 sulphur particles? 
 
  a) magnetic separation b) filtration  
  c) churning d) distillation  
 iv) The milky liquid that oozes when you break a milkweed or banyan leaf is  
  a) stored food b) a plant waste  
  c) a plant tissue d) the equivalent of blood in plants 
 v) Which of the following is a submerged plant ?  
  a) cactus b) hydrilla  
  c) lotus d) lily  
 vi) The buds at the tip of the stem or its branches are called -  
  a) axillary buds b) nodal buds  
  c) apical buds d) growing buds  
(2/3) 
Q.3 Match the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) bran and flour  i) autotrophs 
b) green plant   ii) tiger 
c) secondary consumers iii) citrus fruits 
d) modified to store food iv) sinks in water 
e) iron nails   v) sieving 
f) vitamin ‘C’   vi) tap root 
 
Q.4 Draw well labelled diagram of the following. (any two) (3×2=6) 
 a) Separating a immiscible liquids using a separating funnel 
b) Venation in leaf (parallel and reticulate) 
c) Distillation 
Q.5 Name the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) Source of energy given to sportsperson 
b) Process used to make sugar crystals 
c) One plant which shows sensitivity to touch 
d) Those who eat plants as well as animals 
e) Female part of the flower 
f) Material which do not allow light to pass through 
 
Q.6 Define the following (any five) (2×5=10) 
 a) classification  b) ductile   c) xerophytes 
d) winnowing  e) tissue   f) rectilinear motion 
 
Q.7 Answer the following in 20 words. (any 6) (2×6=12) 
 i) When is a body said to be in motion in relation to an observer? 
ii) How are seeds different from grains? 
iii) What is a saturated solution? 
iv) Mention four characteristics of a living being. 
v) How do fish respire? 
vi) What would you do to make a metallic object regain its lusture after it 
has lost its shine? 
vii) Why are the leaves of cacti modified into spines. 
 
Q.8 Answer the following in 40 words. (any six) Question no 7 is compulsory 
for all) 
(3×6=18) 
 i) Why do the roots of some plants get modified? Mention two functions 
perfomed by modified roots with examples? 
ii) Distinguish between simple and compound leaves. 
iii) Classify the following materials in two ways each on the basis of their 
properties – 
a) wood b)  glass c)  paper 
 
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(1/3) 
SCIENCE 
Time : 3 hrs. Class VI M.M.: 100 
Date –  
General Instructions : 
• Read the questions carefully. 
• Write the answers neatly and clearly.  
 
Q.1 Complete the following. (6×1=6) 
 i) An alloy is a _________ solid mixture. 
ii) A _________ is something which produces a response or reaction in a living being. 
iii) Desert plants have a thick _________ to protect themselves from intense light. 
iv) The portion of the stem between any two nodes is called an _________. 
v) The motion of potter’s wheel is an example of _________ motion. 
vi) A liquid that dissolves other substances is called a _________. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option. (6×1=6) 
 i) Identify the malleable substance among the following : 
  a) wood b) stone  
  c) glass d) alluminium  
 ii) Which of the following is rich in energy?  
  a) sugar b) iodine  
  c) salt d) vitamins  
 iii) Which of the following methods would you use for separating iron from 
 sulphur particles? 
 
  a) magnetic separation b) filtration  
  c) churning d) distillation  
 iv) The milky liquid that oozes when you break a milkweed or banyan leaf is  
  a) stored food b) a plant waste  
  c) a plant tissue d) the equivalent of blood in plants 
 v) Which of the following is a submerged plant ?  
  a) cactus b) hydrilla  
  c) lotus d) lily  
 vi) The buds at the tip of the stem or its branches are called -  
  a) axillary buds b) nodal buds  
  c) apical buds d) growing buds  
(2/3) 
Q.3 Match the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) bran and flour  i) autotrophs 
b) green plant   ii) tiger 
c) secondary consumers iii) citrus fruits 
d) modified to store food iv) sinks in water 
e) iron nails   v) sieving 
f) vitamin ‘C’   vi) tap root 
 
Q.4 Draw well labelled diagram of the following. (any two) (3×2=6) 
 a) Separating a immiscible liquids using a separating funnel 
b) Venation in leaf (parallel and reticulate) 
c) Distillation 
Q.5 Name the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) Source of energy given to sportsperson 
b) Process used to make sugar crystals 
c) One plant which shows sensitivity to touch 
d) Those who eat plants as well as animals 
e) Female part of the flower 
f) Material which do not allow light to pass through 
 
Q.6 Define the following (any five) (2×5=10) 
 a) classification  b) ductile   c) xerophytes 
d) winnowing  e) tissue   f) rectilinear motion 
 
Q.7 Answer the following in 20 words. (any 6) (2×6=12) 
 i) When is a body said to be in motion in relation to an observer? 
ii) How are seeds different from grains? 
iii) What is a saturated solution? 
iv) Mention four characteristics of a living being. 
v) How do fish respire? 
vi) What would you do to make a metallic object regain its lusture after it 
has lost its shine? 
vii) Why are the leaves of cacti modified into spines. 
 
Q.8 Answer the following in 40 words. (any six) Question no 7 is compulsory 
for all) 
(3×6=18) 
 i) Why do the roots of some plants get modified? Mention two functions 
perfomed by modified roots with examples? 
ii) Distinguish between simple and compound leaves. 
iii) Classify the following materials in two ways each on the basis of their 
properties – 
a) wood b)  glass c)  paper 
 
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iv) What is camouflage? Give two examples. 
v) What happens to the wastes produced in a plant body? Name two plant 
wastes. 
vi) What is the difference between rotational motion and circular motion. 
 Explain with examples. 
vii) Nivedita was sick and her doctor advised her to go for a blood test. After 
 the test doctor informed that Nivedita was suffering from anaemia. He 
 then prescribed medicine to her. 
a) What is ‘anaemia’? 
b) Name the mineral deficiency which leads to anaemia? 
c) What values are shown by doctor? 
Q.9 Answer the following in 100 words. (any five) (5×5=25) 
 i) How will you know whether a substance is miscible or immiscible with 
water? Give two examples of each type. 
ii) How would you separate salt and sand from its mixture? Explain. 
iii) Why is it necessary to drink about 1.5 litres of water everyday? How 
would you show that vegetables contain water? 
iv) Explain the structure of a flower with a well labelled diagram. 
v) How are conifers adapted to live in their habitat? 
vi) How are camels adapted to cope with life in the desert? 
 
Q.10 On the basis of the following diagram answer the questions given below. (3+1+1=5)    
 
 
 
 i) Label the parts of the shoot. 
ii) What is axil? 
iii) Name the parts from which branches grow. 
 
 
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