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SCIENCE 
Time - 3 hrs. Class VI M.M. - 100 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• Read the question paper carefully. 
• Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary. 
• Attempt the questions in serial order. 
• Question no. 8 (b) is a value based question and is compulsory to attempt. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 03 printed pages. 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks. (1×6=6) 
 a) The melting of ice is a ________ change. 
b) The backbone consists of small, ringlike ________. 
c) The length of the elbow to the tip of the middle finger is a ________. 
d) The bouncing off of light at a surface is called ________. 
e) A ________ is a device for opening and closing an electric circuit. 
f) Nitrogen is neither combustible nor a ________ of combustion. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option in each of the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) Which of the following grows best in a black soil and warm climate ? 
  i) cotton ii) flax iii) jute iv) coconut  
 b) In which of the following changes are new substances formed ?  
  i) melting  ii) sublimation iii) dissolving  iv) burning  
 c) Fixed joints are found in the -  
  i) wrist ii) elbow iii) skull iv) ankle 
 d) The insulating material on electric wires can be  
  i) aluminium ii) copper iii) silver iv) plastic 
 e) Which of the following is not a form of precipitation ?  
  i) hail ii) snow iii) rain iv) river  
 f) Which gas is released in respiration ?  
  i) nitric acid ii) carbon 
monoxide 
iii) carbon 
dioxide 
iv) sulphur 
dioxide 
 
Q.3 Match the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) stars   i)  chemical change 
b) rib-cage  ii) conductor 
c) warp   iii) repulsion 
d) curdling of milk iv) luminous object 
e) silver   v) lengthwise yarn in the loom 
f) like poles  vi) protect the heart and lungs 
 
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(1/3) 
SCIENCE 
Time - 3 hrs. Class VI M.M. - 100 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• Read the question paper carefully. 
• Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary. 
• Attempt the questions in serial order. 
• Question no. 8 (b) is a value based question and is compulsory to attempt. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 03 printed pages. 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks. (1×6=6) 
 a) The melting of ice is a ________ change. 
b) The backbone consists of small, ringlike ________. 
c) The length of the elbow to the tip of the middle finger is a ________. 
d) The bouncing off of light at a surface is called ________. 
e) A ________ is a device for opening and closing an electric circuit. 
f) Nitrogen is neither combustible nor a ________ of combustion. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option in each of the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) Which of the following grows best in a black soil and warm climate ? 
  i) cotton ii) flax iii) jute iv) coconut  
 b) In which of the following changes are new substances formed ?  
  i) melting  ii) sublimation iii) dissolving  iv) burning  
 c) Fixed joints are found in the -  
  i) wrist ii) elbow iii) skull iv) ankle 
 d) The insulating material on electric wires can be  
  i) aluminium ii) copper iii) silver iv) plastic 
 e) Which of the following is not a form of precipitation ?  
  i) hail ii) snow iii) rain iv) river  
 f) Which gas is released in respiration ?  
  i) nitric acid ii) carbon 
monoxide 
iii) carbon 
dioxide 
iv) sulphur 
dioxide 
 
Q.3 Match the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) stars   i)  chemical change 
b) rib-cage  ii) conductor 
c) warp   iii) repulsion 
d) curdling of milk iv) luminous object 
e) silver   v) lengthwise yarn in the loom 
f) like poles  vi) protect the heart and lungs 
 
(2/3) 
Q.4 Answer the following questions in one word. (1×6=6) 
 a) A group of connected cells 
b) An opaque object 
c) An alloy of aluminium nickel and cobalt used to make powerful magnets 
d) A synthetic fibre 
e) A change during which heat is absorbed 
f) Animal without backbone are called 
Q.5 Draw a neat and labelled diagram of the following. (any two) (3×2=6) 
 a)  Lunar eclipse   b)  A bulb   
c)   Pinhole camera  d)  Torch 
 
Q.6 Define the following terms. (any five) (2×5=10) 
 a)  Chemical change  b)  reflection      
c)  joint    d)  poles of magnet  
e)  non-luminous objects     f)  rain-water harvesting 
Q.7 Answer the following questions in not more than 20 words. (any six) (2×6=12) 
 a) Why is it advisable to take 3 readings while making scientific 
 measurements? 
b) Which gas is formed when carbon is burnt in air? 
c) Name any 2 purposes for which water is used in industry? 
d) Name one conductor and one insulator. 
e) Something strange happens when a mirror forms an image. What is it? 
f) Mention 2 uses of cotton? 
g) What are the SI units of mass and length ? 
 
Q.8 a)  Answer the following questions in not more than 40 words.   
 (any five)  
 Question (b) is compulsory.  
(3×6=18) 
 i) How are fibres classified? Give two examples of each type. 
ii) What is cartilage? What is its function? 
iii) What three points must be kept in mind while measuring a 
 length with a ruler? 
iv) Write three uses of magnetism. 
v) In what ways is evaporation affected by heat, humidity and 
 drought? 
vi) Mention two changes that can be brought about by applying 
 pressure. 
 
 
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(1/3) 
SCIENCE 
Time - 3 hrs. Class VI M.M. - 100 
Date – 
General Instructions : 
• Read the question paper carefully. 
• Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary. 
• Attempt the questions in serial order. 
• Question no. 8 (b) is a value based question and is compulsory to attempt. 
• Please check that this question paper contains 03 printed pages. 
Q.1 Fill in the blanks. (1×6=6) 
 a) The melting of ice is a ________ change. 
b) The backbone consists of small, ringlike ________. 
c) The length of the elbow to the tip of the middle finger is a ________. 
d) The bouncing off of light at a surface is called ________. 
e) A ________ is a device for opening and closing an electric circuit. 
f) Nitrogen is neither combustible nor a ________ of combustion. 
Q.2 Choose the correct option in each of the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) Which of the following grows best in a black soil and warm climate ? 
  i) cotton ii) flax iii) jute iv) coconut  
 b) In which of the following changes are new substances formed ?  
  i) melting  ii) sublimation iii) dissolving  iv) burning  
 c) Fixed joints are found in the -  
  i) wrist ii) elbow iii) skull iv) ankle 
 d) The insulating material on electric wires can be  
  i) aluminium ii) copper iii) silver iv) plastic 
 e) Which of the following is not a form of precipitation ?  
  i) hail ii) snow iii) rain iv) river  
 f) Which gas is released in respiration ?  
  i) nitric acid ii) carbon 
monoxide 
iii) carbon 
dioxide 
iv) sulphur 
dioxide 
 
Q.3 Match the following. (1×6=6) 
 a) stars   i)  chemical change 
b) rib-cage  ii) conductor 
c) warp   iii) repulsion 
d) curdling of milk iv) luminous object 
e) silver   v) lengthwise yarn in the loom 
f) like poles  vi) protect the heart and lungs 
 
(2/3) 
Q.4 Answer the following questions in one word. (1×6=6) 
 a) A group of connected cells 
b) An opaque object 
c) An alloy of aluminium nickel and cobalt used to make powerful magnets 
d) A synthetic fibre 
e) A change during which heat is absorbed 
f) Animal without backbone are called 
Q.5 Draw a neat and labelled diagram of the following. (any two) (3×2=6) 
 a)  Lunar eclipse   b)  A bulb   
c)   Pinhole camera  d)  Torch 
 
Q.6 Define the following terms. (any five) (2×5=10) 
 a)  Chemical change  b)  reflection      
c)  joint    d)  poles of magnet  
e)  non-luminous objects     f)  rain-water harvesting 
Q.7 Answer the following questions in not more than 20 words. (any six) (2×6=12) 
 a) Why is it advisable to take 3 readings while making scientific 
 measurements? 
b) Which gas is formed when carbon is burnt in air? 
c) Name any 2 purposes for which water is used in industry? 
d) Name one conductor and one insulator. 
e) Something strange happens when a mirror forms an image. What is it? 
f) Mention 2 uses of cotton? 
g) What are the SI units of mass and length ? 
 
Q.8 a)  Answer the following questions in not more than 40 words.   
 (any five)  
 Question (b) is compulsory.  
(3×6=18) 
 i) How are fibres classified? Give two examples of each type. 
ii) What is cartilage? What is its function? 
iii) What three points must be kept in mind while measuring a 
 length with a ruler? 
iv) Write three uses of magnetism. 
v) In what ways is evaporation affected by heat, humidity and 
 drought? 
vi) Mention two changes that can be brought about by applying 
 pressure. 
 
 
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 b) Value Based Question. (compulsory) 
Due to overuse, less rainfall or loss of water there is a shortage of 
water in many states of India. We have a very old tradition of 
tapping ground water for domestic and agricultural needs. Wells and 
step wells provide water for this purpose. 
Delhi gets its water supply from five rivers yet there is a shortage of 
water in many parts of Delhi every summer. Only 15% of piped 
water is used for drinking and cooking, while the rest goes down the 
drain. 
i)  List two ways by which you can conserve water. 
ii)  What are the two major causes of scarcity of water? 
iii)  What value can you find from the above passage? 
 
Q.9 Answer the following questions in not more than 100 words.  (any 
five) 
(5×5=25) 
 a) (i) Describe a cell from outside? 
(ii) What is inside the cell? What is its significance? 
b) What are the functions of the skeletal system? 
c) What is solar eclipse ? Explain with a diagram. 
d) (i)  Name one element and one compound which are present in air. 
(ii) Mention three important uses of air. 
e) Discuss why water is required in agriculture? 
f) Explain the importance of insulators. 
g) What is the rib-cage? Explain its structure and function. 
 
Q.10 Carefully observe the diagram given below and answer the 
following questions. 
(5) 
 
 
 
 i) Name the diagram.  
 ii) Which bones form this girdle?  
 iii) Write any two types of joints.  
 
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