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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 Solution 
Time: 2 ½ hrs Total Marks: 80 
 
SECTION A 
1. Ans. Correct Option: [A]  
Solution: Iodine is required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. 
 
2. Ans. Correct Option: [D]  
Solution: Buffaloes are herbivores and consume only plant products. 
 
3. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Sepals protect the flower when it is in the bud form. 
 
4. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: The ribcage protects the heart, lungs etc. 
 
5. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: Bones are not present in the earthworm body. 
 
6. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Weaving is a process in which yarn is woven to make fabric. It is done on a 
loom. 
 
7. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant. 
 
8.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Cardboard is opaque, and hence, we cannot see through it. Thus, we  
               cannot say what is kept inside a cardboard carton. 
 
9.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The pencil and bag can be grouped together because they are used in 
school. 
 
10.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Windows are not made of glass. 
 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 Solution 
Time: 2 ½ hrs Total Marks: 80 
 
SECTION A 
1. Ans. Correct Option: [A]  
Solution: Iodine is required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. 
 
2. Ans. Correct Option: [D]  
Solution: Buffaloes are herbivores and consume only plant products. 
 
3. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Sepals protect the flower when it is in the bud form. 
 
4. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: The ribcage protects the heart, lungs etc. 
 
5. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: Bones are not present in the earthworm body. 
 
6. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Weaving is a process in which yarn is woven to make fabric. It is done on a 
loom. 
 
7. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant. 
 
8.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Cardboard is opaque, and hence, we cannot see through it. Thus, we  
               cannot say what is kept inside a cardboard carton. 
 
9.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The pencil and bag can be grouped together because they are used in 
school. 
 
10.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Windows are not made of glass. 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
  
 
     
11.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: They are bad conductors of heat and electricity. 
 
12.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: The length of the classroom is 10 m. 
 The length of the playground is 10 times the length of the classroom. 
 Hence, the length of the playground is 10 × 10 m = 100 m. 
 
13.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
Solution: The motion of a pendulum is regular and repeats after equal intervals of 
time. Hence, the pendulum of a clock has periodic motion. 
 
14.  Ans. Correct Option: [D] 
Solution: A mirror does not emit light. It only reflects light emitted from a source. 
 
15.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The image formed by a pinhole camera is upside down, i.e. it is inverted in  
 nature. 
 
SECTION B 
 
16. Ans. Structure of stamen: 
A stamen comprises an anther and a stalk, called the filament, to which the anther is 
attached. Anthers are sac-like structures which contain pollen grains. 
 
17. Ans. Omnivores are animals which eat both plants and animals; for example, human 
and dog. 
 
18. Ans. Rub a piece of groundnut against a paper without tearing the paper. Then 
observe the paper. The presence of an oily patch indicates the presence of fats in 
groundnut. 
 
19. Ans.  
(i) Fixed joint 
(ii) Hinge joint 
 
20. Ans. Materials required to make an umbrella are 
1. Waterproof cloth/plastic sheet 
2. Wire 
3. Steel rods 
4. Thread 
 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 Solution 
Time: 2 ½ hrs Total Marks: 80 
 
SECTION A 
1. Ans. Correct Option: [A]  
Solution: Iodine is required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. 
 
2. Ans. Correct Option: [D]  
Solution: Buffaloes are herbivores and consume only plant products. 
 
3. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Sepals protect the flower when it is in the bud form. 
 
4. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: The ribcage protects the heart, lungs etc. 
 
5. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: Bones are not present in the earthworm body. 
 
6. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Weaving is a process in which yarn is woven to make fabric. It is done on a 
loom. 
 
7. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant. 
 
8.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Cardboard is opaque, and hence, we cannot see through it. Thus, we  
               cannot say what is kept inside a cardboard carton. 
 
9.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The pencil and bag can be grouped together because they are used in 
school. 
 
10.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Windows are not made of glass. 
 
  
 
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11.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: They are bad conductors of heat and electricity. 
 
12.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: The length of the classroom is 10 m. 
 The length of the playground is 10 times the length of the classroom. 
 Hence, the length of the playground is 10 × 10 m = 100 m. 
 
13.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
Solution: The motion of a pendulum is regular and repeats after equal intervals of 
time. Hence, the pendulum of a clock has periodic motion. 
 
14.  Ans. Correct Option: [D] 
Solution: A mirror does not emit light. It only reflects light emitted from a source. 
 
15.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The image formed by a pinhole camera is upside down, i.e. it is inverted in  
 nature. 
 
SECTION B 
 
16. Ans. Structure of stamen: 
A stamen comprises an anther and a stalk, called the filament, to which the anther is 
attached. Anthers are sac-like structures which contain pollen grains. 
 
17. Ans. Omnivores are animals which eat both plants and animals; for example, human 
and dog. 
 
18. Ans. Rub a piece of groundnut against a paper without tearing the paper. Then 
observe the paper. The presence of an oily patch indicates the presence of fats in 
groundnut. 
 
19. Ans.  
(i) Fixed joint 
(ii) Hinge joint 
 
20. Ans. Materials required to make an umbrella are 
1. Waterproof cloth/plastic sheet 
2. Wire 
3. Steel rods 
4. Thread 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
21. Ans. Length of the pencil = reading of second end - reading of first end 
                                                 = 9.2 cm - 2.5 cm 
                                                        = 6.7 cm 
But 1 cm = 10 mm 
     ? 6.7 cm = 67 mm 
     So, the length of the pencil = 67 mm. 
 
22. Ans. When an opaque object is placed in front of a source of light, the light rays 
cannot pass through it. However, they can bend around the object. So, a dark region 
in the shape of the object is formed behind the object (the light source being on the 
other side). This dark region is the shadow of the object. 
  
SECTION C 
23. Ans.  
(i) Honey is produced by honey bees. 
(ii) Bees collect nectar from the flowers of plants and convert it into honey. 
(iii) The bees store honey in beehives. 
(iv) The hives containing honey are called honeycombs. 
 
24. Ans.  
(i) A flower develops from a bud. Before this development, the young developing 
petals are protected by the small leaf-like green structures called sepals. The bud 
later blooms into a full-grown flower. 
(ii) Water is transported from roots to leaves through the stem. 
 
25. Ans. 
(i) The skull encloses and protects the brain from any injuries or sudden shocks. 
(ii) The discs of cartilage present between the vertebrae of the backbone allow the 
vertebrae to move slightly and enable the backbone to bend forward and 
backward. 
 
26. Ans.  
Spinning is the process of making yarn from fibres. 
Fibres from a mass of cotton wool are drawn and twisted. This helps to bring the 
fibres together to form yarn. 
Devices used for spinning are spindle (takli) and spinning machine. 
 
  
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 Solution 
Time: 2 ½ hrs Total Marks: 80 
 
SECTION A 
1. Ans. Correct Option: [A]  
Solution: Iodine is required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. 
 
2. Ans. Correct Option: [D]  
Solution: Buffaloes are herbivores and consume only plant products. 
 
3. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Sepals protect the flower when it is in the bud form. 
 
4. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: The ribcage protects the heart, lungs etc. 
 
5. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: Bones are not present in the earthworm body. 
 
6. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Weaving is a process in which yarn is woven to make fabric. It is done on a 
loom. 
 
7. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant. 
 
8.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Cardboard is opaque, and hence, we cannot see through it. Thus, we  
               cannot say what is kept inside a cardboard carton. 
 
9.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The pencil and bag can be grouped together because they are used in 
school. 
 
10.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Windows are not made of glass. 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
  
 
     
11.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: They are bad conductors of heat and electricity. 
 
12.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: The length of the classroom is 10 m. 
 The length of the playground is 10 times the length of the classroom. 
 Hence, the length of the playground is 10 × 10 m = 100 m. 
 
13.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
Solution: The motion of a pendulum is regular and repeats after equal intervals of 
time. Hence, the pendulum of a clock has periodic motion. 
 
14.  Ans. Correct Option: [D] 
Solution: A mirror does not emit light. It only reflects light emitted from a source. 
 
15.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The image formed by a pinhole camera is upside down, i.e. it is inverted in  
 nature. 
 
SECTION B 
 
16. Ans. Structure of stamen: 
A stamen comprises an anther and a stalk, called the filament, to which the anther is 
attached. Anthers are sac-like structures which contain pollen grains. 
 
17. Ans. Omnivores are animals which eat both plants and animals; for example, human 
and dog. 
 
18. Ans. Rub a piece of groundnut against a paper without tearing the paper. Then 
observe the paper. The presence of an oily patch indicates the presence of fats in 
groundnut. 
 
19. Ans.  
(i) Fixed joint 
(ii) Hinge joint 
 
20. Ans. Materials required to make an umbrella are 
1. Waterproof cloth/plastic sheet 
2. Wire 
3. Steel rods 
4. Thread 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
21. Ans. Length of the pencil = reading of second end - reading of first end 
                                                 = 9.2 cm - 2.5 cm 
                                                        = 6.7 cm 
But 1 cm = 10 mm 
     ? 6.7 cm = 67 mm 
     So, the length of the pencil = 67 mm. 
 
22. Ans. When an opaque object is placed in front of a source of light, the light rays 
cannot pass through it. However, they can bend around the object. So, a dark region 
in the shape of the object is formed behind the object (the light source being on the 
other side). This dark region is the shadow of the object. 
  
SECTION C 
23. Ans.  
(i) Honey is produced by honey bees. 
(ii) Bees collect nectar from the flowers of plants and convert it into honey. 
(iii) The bees store honey in beehives. 
(iv) The hives containing honey are called honeycombs. 
 
24. Ans.  
(i) A flower develops from a bud. Before this development, the young developing 
petals are protected by the small leaf-like green structures called sepals. The bud 
later blooms into a full-grown flower. 
(ii) Water is transported from roots to leaves through the stem. 
 
25. Ans. 
(i) The skull encloses and protects the brain from any injuries or sudden shocks. 
(ii) The discs of cartilage present between the vertebrae of the backbone allow the 
vertebrae to move slightly and enable the backbone to bend forward and 
backward. 
 
26. Ans.  
Spinning is the process of making yarn from fibres. 
Fibres from a mass of cotton wool are drawn and twisted. This helps to bring the 
fibres together to form yarn. 
Devices used for spinning are spindle (takli) and spinning machine. 
 
  
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
27. Ans.  
(i) Oxygen gas dissolves in water. The plants and animals which live in water use the 
oxygen dissolved in water for respiration. Thus, oxygen gas dissolved in water is 
important for the survival of these animals and plants. 
(ii) Carbon dioxide gas also dissolves in water. The plants which live in water use 
the carbon dioxide dissolved in water for photosynthesis. 
(iii) Nitrogen and methane gas do not dissolve in water. 
 
28. . Ans. Soluble in water: Potassium permanganate, Sugar, Alum, Copper sulphate 
           Insoluble in water: Groundnut oil, Wax, Sand, Petrol 
 
29. Ans.  
(i) The car and the people sitting inside it are moving in a circle, and hence, their 
motion is circular motion. The wheels are in two types of circular motion—one 
about their centre, and the other about the centre of the roundabout.  
(ii) Measurement is the determination of the dimensions, quantity or capacity of an 
item. 
 
30. Ans.  
(i) The length of the scale is 15 cm. 
The length of the bat is 11 times the length of the scale. 
Hence, the length of the bat is 11 × 15 cm = 165 cm. 
(ii) When there is no wind, the raindrop falls down along a straight line, so its motion 
is rectilinear.  
However, when there is wind blowing, the raindrop is carried away while falling 
downward, so it will have a combination of many motions such as rectilinear, 
circular, zigzag, rotational etc. 
 
31. Ans.  
(i) A pinhole camera is a simple camera with no lens and with a single small aperture. 
(ii) The image of the word F appears as given below. 
 
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CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VI Science 
Term 1 
Sample Paper - 1 Solution 
Time: 2 ½ hrs Total Marks: 80 
 
SECTION A 
1. Ans. Correct Option: [A]  
Solution: Iodine is required for the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. 
 
2. Ans. Correct Option: [D]  
Solution: Buffaloes are herbivores and consume only plant products. 
 
3. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Sepals protect the flower when it is in the bud form. 
 
4. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: The ribcage protects the heart, lungs etc. 
 
5. Ans. Correct Option: [B]  
Solution: Bones are not present in the earthworm body. 
 
6. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Weaving is a process in which yarn is woven to make fabric. It is done on a 
loom. 
 
7. Ans. Correct Option: [C]  
Solution: Jute fibre is obtained from the stem of the jute plant. 
 
8.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Cardboard is opaque, and hence, we cannot see through it. Thus, we  
               cannot say what is kept inside a cardboard carton. 
 
9.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The pencil and bag can be grouped together because they are used in 
school. 
 
10.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
 Solution: Windows are not made of glass. 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
  
 
     
11.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: They are bad conductors of heat and electricity. 
 
12.  Ans. Correct Option: [C] 
 Solution: The length of the classroom is 10 m. 
 The length of the playground is 10 times the length of the classroom. 
 Hence, the length of the playground is 10 × 10 m = 100 m. 
 
13.  Ans. Correct Option: [A] 
Solution: The motion of a pendulum is regular and repeats after equal intervals of 
time. Hence, the pendulum of a clock has periodic motion. 
 
14.  Ans. Correct Option: [D] 
Solution: A mirror does not emit light. It only reflects light emitted from a source. 
 
15.  Ans. Correct Option: [B] 
 Solution: The image formed by a pinhole camera is upside down, i.e. it is inverted in  
 nature. 
 
SECTION B 
 
16. Ans. Structure of stamen: 
A stamen comprises an anther and a stalk, called the filament, to which the anther is 
attached. Anthers are sac-like structures which contain pollen grains. 
 
17. Ans. Omnivores are animals which eat both plants and animals; for example, human 
and dog. 
 
18. Ans. Rub a piece of groundnut against a paper without tearing the paper. Then 
observe the paper. The presence of an oily patch indicates the presence of fats in 
groundnut. 
 
19. Ans.  
(i) Fixed joint 
(ii) Hinge joint 
 
20. Ans. Materials required to make an umbrella are 
1. Waterproof cloth/plastic sheet 
2. Wire 
3. Steel rods 
4. Thread 
 
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
21. Ans. Length of the pencil = reading of second end - reading of first end 
                                                 = 9.2 cm - 2.5 cm 
                                                        = 6.7 cm 
But 1 cm = 10 mm 
     ? 6.7 cm = 67 mm 
     So, the length of the pencil = 67 mm. 
 
22. Ans. When an opaque object is placed in front of a source of light, the light rays 
cannot pass through it. However, they can bend around the object. So, a dark region 
in the shape of the object is formed behind the object (the light source being on the 
other side). This dark region is the shadow of the object. 
  
SECTION C 
23. Ans.  
(i) Honey is produced by honey bees. 
(ii) Bees collect nectar from the flowers of plants and convert it into honey. 
(iii) The bees store honey in beehives. 
(iv) The hives containing honey are called honeycombs. 
 
24. Ans.  
(i) A flower develops from a bud. Before this development, the young developing 
petals are protected by the small leaf-like green structures called sepals. The bud 
later blooms into a full-grown flower. 
(ii) Water is transported from roots to leaves through the stem. 
 
25. Ans. 
(i) The skull encloses and protects the brain from any injuries or sudden shocks. 
(ii) The discs of cartilage present between the vertebrae of the backbone allow the 
vertebrae to move slightly and enable the backbone to bend forward and 
backward. 
 
26. Ans.  
Spinning is the process of making yarn from fibres. 
Fibres from a mass of cotton wool are drawn and twisted. This helps to bring the 
fibres together to form yarn. 
Devices used for spinning are spindle (takli) and spinning machine. 
 
  
  
 
CBSE VI  |  SCIENCE 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
27. Ans.  
(i) Oxygen gas dissolves in water. The plants and animals which live in water use the 
oxygen dissolved in water for respiration. Thus, oxygen gas dissolved in water is 
important for the survival of these animals and plants. 
(ii) Carbon dioxide gas also dissolves in water. The plants which live in water use 
the carbon dioxide dissolved in water for photosynthesis. 
(iii) Nitrogen and methane gas do not dissolve in water. 
 
28. . Ans. Soluble in water: Potassium permanganate, Sugar, Alum, Copper sulphate 
           Insoluble in water: Groundnut oil, Wax, Sand, Petrol 
 
29. Ans.  
(i) The car and the people sitting inside it are moving in a circle, and hence, their 
motion is circular motion. The wheels are in two types of circular motion—one 
about their centre, and the other about the centre of the roundabout.  
(ii) Measurement is the determination of the dimensions, quantity or capacity of an 
item. 
 
30. Ans.  
(i) The length of the scale is 15 cm. 
The length of the bat is 11 times the length of the scale. 
Hence, the length of the bat is 11 × 15 cm = 165 cm. 
(ii) When there is no wind, the raindrop falls down along a straight line, so its motion 
is rectilinear.  
However, when there is wind blowing, the raindrop is carried away while falling 
downward, so it will have a combination of many motions such as rectilinear, 
circular, zigzag, rotational etc. 
 
31. Ans.  
(i) A pinhole camera is a simple camera with no lens and with a single small aperture. 
(ii) The image of the word F appears as given below. 
 
  
 
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Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
SECTION D 
 
32. Ans. The body of the earthworm is made of many rings which are joined end to end. 
 These rings help the earthworm to move forward. The muscles in the body help the      
earthworm to extend and shorten its body. 
At first, the front portion of the body extends and the rear portion of the body 
remains fixed to the ground. 
Then the earthworm fixes the front end and releases its rear end. This helps it to 
shorten its body and to move forward. 
By repeating the same movement by contracting and relaxing the muscles, the 
earthworm moves ahead. 
 
33. Ans.  
(i) Cotton 
(ii) Ginning 
(iii) Coconut fibre 
(iv) Coconut 
(v) Coir 
 
34. Ans.  
The characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror are 
(i) The image formed in a plane mirror is virtual (or unreal). It cannot be obtained 
on a screen. 
(ii) The image formed in a plane mirror is at the same distance behind the mirror as 
the object is in front of it. 
(iii) The image in a plane mirror is of the same size as the object. It is neither 
enlarged nor diminished. 
(iv) The image in a plane mirror is erect. It is the same side up as the object. 
(v) The image in a plane mirror is laterally inverted (sideways reversed) with 
respect to the object. 
 
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