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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 
 
Time: 2 ½ hrs  Total Marks: 80 
 
General Instructions: 
1. The question paper consists of 34 questions and is divided into four sections, A, B, C 
and D  
2. All questions are compulsory. 
3. Section A comprises question numbers 1 to 15. These are multiple choice questions 
carrying one mark each. You are to select one most appropriate response out of the 
four provided options.  
4. Section B comprises question numbers 16 to 22. These are SAQs carrying two marks 
each.  
5. Section C comprises question numbers 23 to 31. These are SAQs carrying four 
marks each.  
6. Section D comprises question numbers 32 to 34. These are SAQs carrying five marks 
each.  
 
SECTION A 
 
Q.1 The mineral required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland is  (1) 
A. Iodine 
B. Iron 
C. Calcium 
D. Phosphorus 
 
Q.2 Hay and grains are eaten by  (1)  
A. Lions 
B. Cats 
C. Tigers 
D. Buffaloes 
 
Q.3 Which part of the flower protects it when it is in the bud form?  (1) 
A. Filament 
B. Stamen 
C. Sepals 
D. Petals 
 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 
 
Time: 2 ½ hrs  Total Marks: 80 
 
General Instructions: 
1. The question paper consists of 34 questions and is divided into four sections, A, B, C 
and D  
2. All questions are compulsory. 
3. Section A comprises question numbers 1 to 15. These are multiple choice questions 
carrying one mark each. You are to select one most appropriate response out of the 
four provided options.  
4. Section B comprises question numbers 16 to 22. These are SAQs carrying two marks 
each.  
5. Section C comprises question numbers 23 to 31. These are SAQs carrying four 
marks each.  
6. Section D comprises question numbers 32 to 34. These are SAQs carrying five marks 
each.  
 
SECTION A 
 
Q.1 The mineral required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland is  (1) 
A. Iodine 
B. Iron 
C. Calcium 
D. Phosphorus 
 
Q.2 Hay and grains are eaten by  (1)  
A. Lions 
B. Cats 
C. Tigers 
D. Buffaloes 
 
Q.3 Which part of the flower protects it when it is in the bud form?  (1) 
A. Filament 
B. Stamen 
C. Sepals 
D. Petals 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.4 The heart is protected by the  (1) 
A. Ball and socket joints 
B. Ribcage 
C. Backbone 
D. Skull 
 
Q.5 The body of the earthworm lacks  (1) 
A. Muscles 
B. Bones 
C. Rings 
D. Digestive system 
 
Q.6 Which process is being shown in the image below?  (1) 
 
 
A. Knitting 
B. Spinning 
C. Weaving 
D. Combing 
 
Q.7 From which part of the jute plant is the jute fibre obtained?  (1) 
A. Leaves 
B. Roots 
C. Stem 
D. Flower 
 
Q.8 We cannot predict what is kept in a cardboard carton because  (1) 
A. Cardboard is opaque. 
B. Cardboard is transparent. 
C. Cardboard is translucent. 
D. Cardboard is dark in colour. 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 
 
Time: 2 ½ hrs  Total Marks: 80 
 
General Instructions: 
1. The question paper consists of 34 questions and is divided into four sections, A, B, C 
and D  
2. All questions are compulsory. 
3. Section A comprises question numbers 1 to 15. These are multiple choice questions 
carrying one mark each. You are to select one most appropriate response out of the 
four provided options.  
4. Section B comprises question numbers 16 to 22. These are SAQs carrying two marks 
each.  
5. Section C comprises question numbers 23 to 31. These are SAQs carrying four 
marks each.  
6. Section D comprises question numbers 32 to 34. These are SAQs carrying five marks 
each.  
 
SECTION A 
 
Q.1 The mineral required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland is  (1) 
A. Iodine 
B. Iron 
C. Calcium 
D. Phosphorus 
 
Q.2 Hay and grains are eaten by  (1)  
A. Lions 
B. Cats 
C. Tigers 
D. Buffaloes 
 
Q.3 Which part of the flower protects it when it is in the bud form?  (1) 
A. Filament 
B. Stamen 
C. Sepals 
D. Petals 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.4 The heart is protected by the  (1) 
A. Ball and socket joints 
B. Ribcage 
C. Backbone 
D. Skull 
 
Q.5 The body of the earthworm lacks  (1) 
A. Muscles 
B. Bones 
C. Rings 
D. Digestive system 
 
Q.6 Which process is being shown in the image below?  (1) 
 
 
A. Knitting 
B. Spinning 
C. Weaving 
D. Combing 
 
Q.7 From which part of the jute plant is the jute fibre obtained?  (1) 
A. Leaves 
B. Roots 
C. Stem 
D. Flower 
 
Q.8 We cannot predict what is kept in a cardboard carton because  (1) 
A. Cardboard is opaque. 
B. Cardboard is transparent. 
C. Cardboard is translucent. 
D. Cardboard is dark in colour. 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.9 Find the odd one out of the following:  (1) 
 
 
A. Bag 
B. Ice-cream cone 
C. Pencil 
D. Bag and ice-cream cone 
 
Q.10 Which of the following is not made of glass?  (1) 
A. Window 
B. Window pane 
C. Tumbler 
D. Beaker 
 
Q.11 Which of the following is not a property of plastics?  (1) 
A. They do not corrode. 
B. They can be moulded into any shape. 
C. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. 
D. They are obtained from petroleum oil. 
 
Q.12 The length of the playground is ten times the length of the classroom. If the classroom 
is 10 m long, then the playground is ______ long.  (1) 
A. 10 cm 
B. 1 m 
C. 100 m 
D. 1000 m 
 
Q.13 The pendulum of a clock has (1) 
A. Periodic motion 
B. Circular motion 
C. Rectilinear motion 
D. All of the above 
 
Q.14 Which of the following is not a source of light?  (1) 
A. Candle 
B. Sun 
C. Torch 
D. Mirror 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 
 
Time: 2 ½ hrs  Total Marks: 80 
 
General Instructions: 
1. The question paper consists of 34 questions and is divided into four sections, A, B, C 
and D  
2. All questions are compulsory. 
3. Section A comprises question numbers 1 to 15. These are multiple choice questions 
carrying one mark each. You are to select one most appropriate response out of the 
four provided options.  
4. Section B comprises question numbers 16 to 22. These are SAQs carrying two marks 
each.  
5. Section C comprises question numbers 23 to 31. These are SAQs carrying four 
marks each.  
6. Section D comprises question numbers 32 to 34. These are SAQs carrying five marks 
each.  
 
SECTION A 
 
Q.1 The mineral required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland is  (1) 
A. Iodine 
B. Iron 
C. Calcium 
D. Phosphorus 
 
Q.2 Hay and grains are eaten by  (1)  
A. Lions 
B. Cats 
C. Tigers 
D. Buffaloes 
 
Q.3 Which part of the flower protects it when it is in the bud form?  (1) 
A. Filament 
B. Stamen 
C. Sepals 
D. Petals 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.4 The heart is protected by the  (1) 
A. Ball and socket joints 
B. Ribcage 
C. Backbone 
D. Skull 
 
Q.5 The body of the earthworm lacks  (1) 
A. Muscles 
B. Bones 
C. Rings 
D. Digestive system 
 
Q.6 Which process is being shown in the image below?  (1) 
 
 
A. Knitting 
B. Spinning 
C. Weaving 
D. Combing 
 
Q.7 From which part of the jute plant is the jute fibre obtained?  (1) 
A. Leaves 
B. Roots 
C. Stem 
D. Flower 
 
Q.8 We cannot predict what is kept in a cardboard carton because  (1) 
A. Cardboard is opaque. 
B. Cardboard is transparent. 
C. Cardboard is translucent. 
D. Cardboard is dark in colour. 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.9 Find the odd one out of the following:  (1) 
 
 
A. Bag 
B. Ice-cream cone 
C. Pencil 
D. Bag and ice-cream cone 
 
Q.10 Which of the following is not made of glass?  (1) 
A. Window 
B. Window pane 
C. Tumbler 
D. Beaker 
 
Q.11 Which of the following is not a property of plastics?  (1) 
A. They do not corrode. 
B. They can be moulded into any shape. 
C. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. 
D. They are obtained from petroleum oil. 
 
Q.12 The length of the playground is ten times the length of the classroom. If the classroom 
is 10 m long, then the playground is ______ long.  (1) 
A. 10 cm 
B. 1 m 
C. 100 m 
D. 1000 m 
 
Q.13 The pendulum of a clock has (1) 
A. Periodic motion 
B. Circular motion 
C. Rectilinear motion 
D. All of the above 
 
Q.14 Which of the following is not a source of light?  (1) 
A. Candle 
B. Sun 
C. Torch 
D. Mirror 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.15 The image formed by a pinhole camera is  (1) 
A. Erect 
B. Upside down 
C. Bent at an angle 
D. None of the above 
 
SECTION B 
 
Q.16 Briefly describe the structure of stamen.  (2) 
 
Q.17 What are omnivores? Give two examples.  (2) 
 
Q.18 How will you show the presence of fats in groundnut?  (2) 
 
Q.19 Which type of joint exists between  (2) 
(i) Upper jaw and rest of skull 
(ii) Lower jaw and rest of skull 
 
Q.20 You are given a task to make an umbrella. List four materials you will require to  
 make it. (2) 
 
Q.21 While measuring the length of a pencil with a scale, one end is at 2.5 cm and the  
 other end at 9.2 cm. What is the length of the pencil in millimetres?  (2) 
 
Q.22 Explain the process of shadow formation.  (2) 
 
SECTION C 
 
Q.23                                                         (4) 
(i) Name the insects which make honey. 
(ii)  How do they make honey? 
(iii) Where do the insects store honey? 
(iv) What are honeycombs?   
 
Q.24                                                              (4) 
(i) How does a flower develop? 
(ii) How is water transported from roots to leaves? 
 
  
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 
 
Time: 2 ½ hrs  Total Marks: 80 
 
General Instructions: 
1. The question paper consists of 34 questions and is divided into four sections, A, B, C 
and D  
2. All questions are compulsory. 
3. Section A comprises question numbers 1 to 15. These are multiple choice questions 
carrying one mark each. You are to select one most appropriate response out of the 
four provided options.  
4. Section B comprises question numbers 16 to 22. These are SAQs carrying two marks 
each.  
5. Section C comprises question numbers 23 to 31. These are SAQs carrying four 
marks each.  
6. Section D comprises question numbers 32 to 34. These are SAQs carrying five marks 
each.  
 
SECTION A 
 
Q.1 The mineral required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland is  (1) 
A. Iodine 
B. Iron 
C. Calcium 
D. Phosphorus 
 
Q.2 Hay and grains are eaten by  (1)  
A. Lions 
B. Cats 
C. Tigers 
D. Buffaloes 
 
Q.3 Which part of the flower protects it when it is in the bud form?  (1) 
A. Filament 
B. Stamen 
C. Sepals 
D. Petals 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.4 The heart is protected by the  (1) 
A. Ball and socket joints 
B. Ribcage 
C. Backbone 
D. Skull 
 
Q.5 The body of the earthworm lacks  (1) 
A. Muscles 
B. Bones 
C. Rings 
D. Digestive system 
 
Q.6 Which process is being shown in the image below?  (1) 
 
 
A. Knitting 
B. Spinning 
C. Weaving 
D. Combing 
 
Q.7 From which part of the jute plant is the jute fibre obtained?  (1) 
A. Leaves 
B. Roots 
C. Stem 
D. Flower 
 
Q.8 We cannot predict what is kept in a cardboard carton because  (1) 
A. Cardboard is opaque. 
B. Cardboard is transparent. 
C. Cardboard is translucent. 
D. Cardboard is dark in colour. 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.9 Find the odd one out of the following:  (1) 
 
 
A. Bag 
B. Ice-cream cone 
C. Pencil 
D. Bag and ice-cream cone 
 
Q.10 Which of the following is not made of glass?  (1) 
A. Window 
B. Window pane 
C. Tumbler 
D. Beaker 
 
Q.11 Which of the following is not a property of plastics?  (1) 
A. They do not corrode. 
B. They can be moulded into any shape. 
C. They are good conductors of heat and electricity. 
D. They are obtained from petroleum oil. 
 
Q.12 The length of the playground is ten times the length of the classroom. If the classroom 
is 10 m long, then the playground is ______ long.  (1) 
A. 10 cm 
B. 1 m 
C. 100 m 
D. 1000 m 
 
Q.13 The pendulum of a clock has (1) 
A. Periodic motion 
B. Circular motion 
C. Rectilinear motion 
D. All of the above 
 
Q.14 Which of the following is not a source of light?  (1) 
A. Candle 
B. Sun 
C. Torch 
D. Mirror 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 
 
     
Q.15 The image formed by a pinhole camera is  (1) 
A. Erect 
B. Upside down 
C. Bent at an angle 
D. None of the above 
 
SECTION B 
 
Q.16 Briefly describe the structure of stamen.  (2) 
 
Q.17 What are omnivores? Give two examples.  (2) 
 
Q.18 How will you show the presence of fats in groundnut?  (2) 
 
Q.19 Which type of joint exists between  (2) 
(i) Upper jaw and rest of skull 
(ii) Lower jaw and rest of skull 
 
Q.20 You are given a task to make an umbrella. List four materials you will require to  
 make it. (2) 
 
Q.21 While measuring the length of a pencil with a scale, one end is at 2.5 cm and the  
 other end at 9.2 cm. What is the length of the pencil in millimetres?  (2) 
 
Q.22 Explain the process of shadow formation.  (2) 
 
SECTION C 
 
Q.23                                                         (4) 
(i) Name the insects which make honey. 
(ii)  How do they make honey? 
(iii) Where do the insects store honey? 
(iv) What are honeycombs?   
 
Q.24                                                              (4) 
(i) How does a flower develop? 
(ii) How is water transported from roots to leaves? 
 
  
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
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Q.25                                                    (4) 
(i) Write the importance of the skull. 
(ii) What is the function of the discs of cartilage present between the vertebrae of the 
backbone? 
 
Q.26 What is spinning? Explain the process. Also name any two devices used for  
 spinning.  (4) 
 
Q.27                                                              (4) 
(i) What is the importance of oxygen gas dissolved in water? 
(ii) How is carbon dioxide gas dissolved in water helpful to plants which live in water? 
(iii) Name two examples of gases which do not dissolve in water. 
 
Q.28 Which of the following are soluble in water and which are insoluble in water?  (4) 
       Groundnut oil, Potassium permanganate, Alum, Wax, Sugar, Sand, Petrol, Copper  
       sulphate 
 
Q.29                                                                (4) 
(i) What are the different types of motion which take place when a car is  
turning around a roundabout? 
(ii) What is measurement? 
 
Q.30                                                                (4) 
(i) A cricket bat is 11 times longer than the scale in your geometry box. If the length 
of the scale is 15 cm, what is the length of the cricket bat? 
(ii) What can you tell about the motion of a raindrop when there is no wind? What if 
there is a wind blowing? 
 
Q.31                                                                (4) 
(i) What is a pinhole camera? 
(ii) How does the word F appear in a pinhole camera? 
  
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