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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
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 
 
1. What is added to a paste of rice husk and paper to make papier mache? [1] 
(a) Humus 
(b) Water 
(c) Alcohol  
(d) Clay 
 
2. Which organ of the frog helps it to swim in water? [1] 
(a) Legs 
(b) Webbed feet  
(c) Lungs 
(d) Scales 
 
3. The process of condensation is the reverse of [1] 
(a) Evaporation 
(b) Condensation 
(c) Transpiration 
(d) Elimination 
 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
  www.topperlearning.com  1 
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
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 
 
1. What is added to a paste of rice husk and paper to make papier mache? [1] 
(a) Humus 
(b) Water 
(c) Alcohol  
(d) Clay 
 
2. Which organ of the frog helps it to swim in water? [1] 
(a) Legs 
(b) Webbed feet  
(c) Lungs 
(d) Scales 
 
3. The process of condensation is the reverse of [1] 
(a) Evaporation 
(b) Condensation 
(c) Transpiration 
(d) Elimination 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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4. The second hand of a clock moves _______ than the hour hand.  (1) 
(a) Faster 
(b) Slower 
(c) With the same speed 
(d) Faster only at some intervals 
 
5. A mixture of pebbles and stones from sand can be separated using [1] 
(a) Decantation 
(b) Filtration 
(c) Sieving 
(d) Hand picking 
 
6. Heating tar while making a road is an example of  [1] 
(a) Chemical change 
(b) Reversible change 
(c) Evaporation 
(d) Irreversible change 
 
7. Falling of a tree branch is an example of [1] 
(a) Reversible change 
(b) Irreversible change 
(c) At high altitudes - reversible change and at low altitudes – irreversible change 
(d) No change 
 
8. Tiny bubbles seen on the surface of boiling water is [1] 
(a) dissolved air escaping when water is heated. 
(b) dissolved impurities in water escaping when water is heated. 
(c) dissolved nitrogen in water escaping when water is heated. 
(d) air dissolving in water. 
 
9. Which of the following processes does not help in recycling carbon dioxide back into 
the air? [1] 
(a) Respiration  
(b) Combustion 
(c) Photosynthesis 
(d) Burning 
 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
  www.topperlearning.com  1 
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
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 
 
1. What is added to a paste of rice husk and paper to make papier mache? [1] 
(a) Humus 
(b) Water 
(c) Alcohol  
(d) Clay 
 
2. Which organ of the frog helps it to swim in water? [1] 
(a) Legs 
(b) Webbed feet  
(c) Lungs 
(d) Scales 
 
3. The process of condensation is the reverse of [1] 
(a) Evaporation 
(b) Condensation 
(c) Transpiration 
(d) Elimination 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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4. The second hand of a clock moves _______ than the hour hand.  (1) 
(a) Faster 
(b) Slower 
(c) With the same speed 
(d) Faster only at some intervals 
 
5. A mixture of pebbles and stones from sand can be separated using [1] 
(a) Decantation 
(b) Filtration 
(c) Sieving 
(d) Hand picking 
 
6. Heating tar while making a road is an example of  [1] 
(a) Chemical change 
(b) Reversible change 
(c) Evaporation 
(d) Irreversible change 
 
7. Falling of a tree branch is an example of [1] 
(a) Reversible change 
(b) Irreversible change 
(c) At high altitudes - reversible change and at low altitudes – irreversible change 
(d) No change 
 
8. Tiny bubbles seen on the surface of boiling water is [1] 
(a) dissolved air escaping when water is heated. 
(b) dissolved impurities in water escaping when water is heated. 
(c) dissolved nitrogen in water escaping when water is heated. 
(d) air dissolving in water. 
 
9. Which of the following processes does not help in recycling carbon dioxide back into 
the air? [1] 
(a) Respiration  
(b) Combustion 
(c) Photosynthesis 
(d) Burning 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
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10. In the given pictures, which one shows the correct sign positions?  [1] 
(e)  
(f)  
(g)  
(h)  
 
11. Fibrous roots are associated with  (1) 
(a) Parallel venation 
(b) Reticulate venation 
(c) Carrots 
(d) Many lateral roots 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
  www.topperlearning.com  1 
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
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 
 
1. What is added to a paste of rice husk and paper to make papier mache? [1] 
(a) Humus 
(b) Water 
(c) Alcohol  
(d) Clay 
 
2. Which organ of the frog helps it to swim in water? [1] 
(a) Legs 
(b) Webbed feet  
(c) Lungs 
(d) Scales 
 
3. The process of condensation is the reverse of [1] 
(a) Evaporation 
(b) Condensation 
(c) Transpiration 
(d) Elimination 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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4. The second hand of a clock moves _______ than the hour hand.  (1) 
(a) Faster 
(b) Slower 
(c) With the same speed 
(d) Faster only at some intervals 
 
5. A mixture of pebbles and stones from sand can be separated using [1] 
(a) Decantation 
(b) Filtration 
(c) Sieving 
(d) Hand picking 
 
6. Heating tar while making a road is an example of  [1] 
(a) Chemical change 
(b) Reversible change 
(c) Evaporation 
(d) Irreversible change 
 
7. Falling of a tree branch is an example of [1] 
(a) Reversible change 
(b) Irreversible change 
(c) At high altitudes - reversible change and at low altitudes – irreversible change 
(d) No change 
 
8. Tiny bubbles seen on the surface of boiling water is [1] 
(a) dissolved air escaping when water is heated. 
(b) dissolved impurities in water escaping when water is heated. 
(c) dissolved nitrogen in water escaping when water is heated. 
(d) air dissolving in water. 
 
9. Which of the following processes does not help in recycling carbon dioxide back into 
the air? [1] 
(a) Respiration  
(b) Combustion 
(c) Photosynthesis 
(d) Burning 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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10. In the given pictures, which one shows the correct sign positions?  [1] 
(e)  
(f)  
(g)  
(h)  
 
11. Fibrous roots are associated with  (1) 
(a) Parallel venation 
(b) Reticulate venation 
(c) Carrots 
(d) Many lateral roots 
  
  
 
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12. Observe the given diagrams. Which one shows the complete circuit? [1] 
(a)  
 
(b)  
(c)  
(d)  
 
 
13. In which circuit will the bulb or bulbs glow brightest?  [1] 
(a) A simple circuit with one bulb and one battery.  
(b) A simple circuit with one bulb and two batteries. 
(c) A simple circuit with two bulbs and one battery. 
(d) Bulb/bulbs will be equally bright in all the above cases. 
 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
  www.topperlearning.com  1 
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
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 
 
1. What is added to a paste of rice husk and paper to make papier mache? [1] 
(a) Humus 
(b) Water 
(c) Alcohol  
(d) Clay 
 
2. Which organ of the frog helps it to swim in water? [1] 
(a) Legs 
(b) Webbed feet  
(c) Lungs 
(d) Scales 
 
3. The process of condensation is the reverse of [1] 
(a) Evaporation 
(b) Condensation 
(c) Transpiration 
(d) Elimination 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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4. The second hand of a clock moves _______ than the hour hand.  (1) 
(a) Faster 
(b) Slower 
(c) With the same speed 
(d) Faster only at some intervals 
 
5. A mixture of pebbles and stones from sand can be separated using [1] 
(a) Decantation 
(b) Filtration 
(c) Sieving 
(d) Hand picking 
 
6. Heating tar while making a road is an example of  [1] 
(a) Chemical change 
(b) Reversible change 
(c) Evaporation 
(d) Irreversible change 
 
7. Falling of a tree branch is an example of [1] 
(a) Reversible change 
(b) Irreversible change 
(c) At high altitudes - reversible change and at low altitudes – irreversible change 
(d) No change 
 
8. Tiny bubbles seen on the surface of boiling water is [1] 
(a) dissolved air escaping when water is heated. 
(b) dissolved impurities in water escaping when water is heated. 
(c) dissolved nitrogen in water escaping when water is heated. 
(d) air dissolving in water. 
 
9. Which of the following processes does not help in recycling carbon dioxide back into 
the air? [1] 
(a) Respiration  
(b) Combustion 
(c) Photosynthesis 
(d) Burning 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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10. In the given pictures, which one shows the correct sign positions?  [1] 
(e)  
(f)  
(g)  
(h)  
 
11. Fibrous roots are associated with  (1) 
(a) Parallel venation 
(b) Reticulate venation 
(c) Carrots 
(d) Many lateral roots 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 1 
 
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12. Observe the given diagrams. Which one shows the complete circuit? [1] 
(a)  
 
(b)  
(c)  
(d)  
 
 
13. In which circuit will the bulb or bulbs glow brightest?  [1] 
(a) A simple circuit with one bulb and one battery.  
(b) A simple circuit with one bulb and two batteries. 
(c) A simple circuit with two bulbs and one battery. 
(d) Bulb/bulbs will be equally bright in all the above cases. 
 
  
  
 
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14. In an experiment, Rodger places a small iron ball between three magnets of equal 
strengths, as shown in the given figure. The magnets are at equal distances from the 
ball. The ball will move towards point [1] 
 
(a) I 
(b) II 
(c) III 
(d) IV 
 
15. Ajay has two bar magnets, as shown in the given figure. He wants to store them safely. 
Which of the following diagrams correctly shows the method employed by Ajay? [1] 
(a)  
                        
 
(b)  
            
 
 
 
(c)   
 
 
 
   
 
(d)  
 
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