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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
Sample Paper – 2 
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. The botanical name of touch-me-not plant is [1] 
(a) Mimosa 
(b) Bryophyllum 
(c) Daffodils 
(d) Jasmine 
 
2. Which one of the following animals reproduce by giving birth to young ones? [1] 
(a) Frog 
(b) Giraffe 
(c) Turtle 
(d) Crocodile 
 
3. Which of the following structures is not present in the alimentary canal of red worms?[1] 
(a) Crop 
(b) Gizzard 
(c) Stomach 
(d) Teeth 
 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
Sample Paper – 2 
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. The botanical name of touch-me-not plant is [1] 
(a) Mimosa 
(b) Bryophyllum 
(c) Daffodils 
(d) Jasmine 
 
2. Which one of the following animals reproduce by giving birth to young ones? [1] 
(a) Frog 
(b) Giraffe 
(c) Turtle 
(d) Crocodile 
 
3. Which of the following structures is not present in the alimentary canal of red worms?[1] 
(a) Crop 
(b) Gizzard 
(c) Stomach 
(d) Teeth 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
4. Which of the following is not a form of precipitation? [1] 
(a) Rain 
(b) Hail 
(c) Snow 
(d) River 
 
5. Shown below is the technique used to separate butter from milk. What is this technique 
called? [1] 
 
(a) Winnowing 
(b) Hand picking 
(c) Churning 
(d) Sieving 
 
6. The liquid obtained after filtration is called [1] 
(a) Residue 
(b) Filtrate 
(c) Supernatant  
(d) Solution 
 
7. A metal surface which is freshly rubbed and cleaned using a sand paper is (1) 
(a) Lustrous 
(b) Non-lustrous 
(c) Black 
(d) Brown 
 
8. Photosynthesis takes place during [1] 
(a) The night only 
(b) The day only 
(c) The whole day 
(d) Noon only 
 
9. Name the part of the jute plant from which jute is obtained. (1) 
(a) Leaf  
(b) Root  
(c) Fruit  
(d) Stem 
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
Sample Paper – 2 
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. The botanical name of touch-me-not plant is [1] 
(a) Mimosa 
(b) Bryophyllum 
(c) Daffodils 
(d) Jasmine 
 
2. Which one of the following animals reproduce by giving birth to young ones? [1] 
(a) Frog 
(b) Giraffe 
(c) Turtle 
(d) Crocodile 
 
3. Which of the following structures is not present in the alimentary canal of red worms?[1] 
(a) Crop 
(b) Gizzard 
(c) Stomach 
(d) Teeth 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
4. Which of the following is not a form of precipitation? [1] 
(a) Rain 
(b) Hail 
(c) Snow 
(d) River 
 
5. Shown below is the technique used to separate butter from milk. What is this technique 
called? [1] 
 
(a) Winnowing 
(b) Hand picking 
(c) Churning 
(d) Sieving 
 
6. The liquid obtained after filtration is called [1] 
(a) Residue 
(b) Filtrate 
(c) Supernatant  
(d) Solution 
 
7. A metal surface which is freshly rubbed and cleaned using a sand paper is (1) 
(a) Lustrous 
(b) Non-lustrous 
(c) Black 
(d) Brown 
 
8. Photosynthesis takes place during [1] 
(a) The night only 
(b) The day only 
(c) The whole day 
(d) Noon only 
 
9. Name the part of the jute plant from which jute is obtained. (1) 
(a) Leaf  
(b) Root  
(c) Fruit  
(d) Stem 
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
10. Which of the following are battery powered electric appliances? [1] 
      Refrigerator, Torch, Mobile Phone, Washing Machine 
(a) Refrigerator and Torch  
(b) Torch and Mobile Phone  
(c) Mobile Phone and Washing Machine  
(d) Refrigerator and Washing Machine  
 
11. The internal circuit of a torch consists of a cell, a key and a bulb connected with wires. 
What happens when the bulb is switched on? [1] 
(a) Key gets closed, current does not flow and the bulb glows. 
(b) Key gets closed, current flows and bulb glows. 
(c) Key gets open, current flows and the bulb glows. 
(d) Key gets open, current does not flow and the bulb does not glow. 
 
12. Which of the following diagrams is correct?  [1] 
i.  
 
ii.  
 
(a) (i) 
(b) (ii) 
(c) Both (i) and (ii) 
(d) None 
 
13. In the following, which one is the longest distance? (1) 
(a) Delhi to Mumbai 
(b) New Delhi to New York 
(c) Your home to the market 
(d) Earth to Moon 
 
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
Sample Paper – 2 
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. The botanical name of touch-me-not plant is [1] 
(a) Mimosa 
(b) Bryophyllum 
(c) Daffodils 
(d) Jasmine 
 
2. Which one of the following animals reproduce by giving birth to young ones? [1] 
(a) Frog 
(b) Giraffe 
(c) Turtle 
(d) Crocodile 
 
3. Which of the following structures is not present in the alimentary canal of red worms?[1] 
(a) Crop 
(b) Gizzard 
(c) Stomach 
(d) Teeth 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
4. Which of the following is not a form of precipitation? [1] 
(a) Rain 
(b) Hail 
(c) Snow 
(d) River 
 
5. Shown below is the technique used to separate butter from milk. What is this technique 
called? [1] 
 
(a) Winnowing 
(b) Hand picking 
(c) Churning 
(d) Sieving 
 
6. The liquid obtained after filtration is called [1] 
(a) Residue 
(b) Filtrate 
(c) Supernatant  
(d) Solution 
 
7. A metal surface which is freshly rubbed and cleaned using a sand paper is (1) 
(a) Lustrous 
(b) Non-lustrous 
(c) Black 
(d) Brown 
 
8. Photosynthesis takes place during [1] 
(a) The night only 
(b) The day only 
(c) The whole day 
(d) Noon only 
 
9. Name the part of the jute plant from which jute is obtained. (1) 
(a) Leaf  
(b) Root  
(c) Fruit  
(d) Stem 
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
10. Which of the following are battery powered electric appliances? [1] 
      Refrigerator, Torch, Mobile Phone, Washing Machine 
(a) Refrigerator and Torch  
(b) Torch and Mobile Phone  
(c) Mobile Phone and Washing Machine  
(d) Refrigerator and Washing Machine  
 
11. The internal circuit of a torch consists of a cell, a key and a bulb connected with wires. 
What happens when the bulb is switched on? [1] 
(a) Key gets closed, current does not flow and the bulb glows. 
(b) Key gets closed, current flows and bulb glows. 
(c) Key gets open, current flows and the bulb glows. 
(d) Key gets open, current does not flow and the bulb does not glow. 
 
12. Which of the following diagrams is correct?  [1] 
i.  
 
ii.  
 
(a) (i) 
(b) (ii) 
(c) Both (i) and (ii) 
(d) None 
 
13. In the following, which one is the longest distance? (1) 
(a) Delhi to Mumbai 
(b) New Delhi to New York 
(c) Your home to the market 
(d) Earth to Moon 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
14. A block of magnet is kept with its North Pole facing the top and South Pole at the 
bottom, as shown in the given figure. [1] 
 
  
Another special magnet of a relatively small size is dropped on top of the block magnet. 
It is observed that the two magnets do not come in contact with each other. Which 
diagram shows the exact positions of the poles on the special magnet? 
 
(a)  
(b)                
(c)                
(d)              
             
  
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CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 2 
Sample Paper – 2 
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. The botanical name of touch-me-not plant is [1] 
(a) Mimosa 
(b) Bryophyllum 
(c) Daffodils 
(d) Jasmine 
 
2. Which one of the following animals reproduce by giving birth to young ones? [1] 
(a) Frog 
(b) Giraffe 
(c) Turtle 
(d) Crocodile 
 
3. Which of the following structures is not present in the alimentary canal of red worms?[1] 
(a) Crop 
(b) Gizzard 
(c) Stomach 
(d) Teeth 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
4. Which of the following is not a form of precipitation? [1] 
(a) Rain 
(b) Hail 
(c) Snow 
(d) River 
 
5. Shown below is the technique used to separate butter from milk. What is this technique 
called? [1] 
 
(a) Winnowing 
(b) Hand picking 
(c) Churning 
(d) Sieving 
 
6. The liquid obtained after filtration is called [1] 
(a) Residue 
(b) Filtrate 
(c) Supernatant  
(d) Solution 
 
7. A metal surface which is freshly rubbed and cleaned using a sand paper is (1) 
(a) Lustrous 
(b) Non-lustrous 
(c) Black 
(d) Brown 
 
8. Photosynthesis takes place during [1] 
(a) The night only 
(b) The day only 
(c) The whole day 
(d) Noon only 
 
9. Name the part of the jute plant from which jute is obtained. (1) 
(a) Leaf  
(b) Root  
(c) Fruit  
(d) Stem 
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
10. Which of the following are battery powered electric appliances? [1] 
      Refrigerator, Torch, Mobile Phone, Washing Machine 
(a) Refrigerator and Torch  
(b) Torch and Mobile Phone  
(c) Mobile Phone and Washing Machine  
(d) Refrigerator and Washing Machine  
 
11. The internal circuit of a torch consists of a cell, a key and a bulb connected with wires. 
What happens when the bulb is switched on? [1] 
(a) Key gets closed, current does not flow and the bulb glows. 
(b) Key gets closed, current flows and bulb glows. 
(c) Key gets open, current flows and the bulb glows. 
(d) Key gets open, current does not flow and the bulb does not glow. 
 
12. Which of the following diagrams is correct?  [1] 
i.  
 
ii.  
 
(a) (i) 
(b) (ii) 
(c) Both (i) and (ii) 
(d) None 
 
13. In the following, which one is the longest distance? (1) 
(a) Delhi to Mumbai 
(b) New Delhi to New York 
(c) Your home to the market 
(d) Earth to Moon 
 
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
14. A block of magnet is kept with its North Pole facing the top and South Pole at the 
bottom, as shown in the given figure. [1] 
 
  
Another special magnet of a relatively small size is dropped on top of the block magnet. 
It is observed that the two magnets do not come in contact with each other. Which 
diagram shows the exact positions of the poles on the special magnet? 
 
(a)  
(b)                
(c)                
(d)              
             
  
  
 
CBSE  VI ¦SCIENCE  
Sample Paper - 2  
 
     
15. The given table lists the number of steel chips which can be attracted by four different 
magnets. The magnetic strength of which magnet is the maximum? [1] 
 
Magnet Number of steel chips 
I 26 
II 38 
III 27 
IV 37 
 
(a) I 
(b) II 
(c) III 
(d) IV 
 
SECTION-B 
 
16. Give reasons for the following:  [2] 
i. Fishes have streamlined body shape. 
ii. Fishes cannot survive outside water. 
 
17. People in many places carelessly throw plastic bags on roads. How will this pose a 
problem for drains and sewer systems? [2] 
 
18. What will happen if the saturated solution of a substance in water is (i) heated, and (ii) 
cooled? [2] 
 
19. Write any 2 points of difference between transparent and opaque materials.  [2] 
 
20. How will you test the presence of starch in food?  [2] 
21. Identify the symbols. [2] 
i.  
 
ii.  
  
 
22. An eraser is one fifth the length of a pencil. A pencil is twice the length of a compass. If 
the length of the compass is 7.5 cm, what is the length of the eraser?  [2] 
 
  
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