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Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

Q1: Match the following

Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

Q2: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs).


(i) Which of the following is a characteristic of living things?
(a) They do not need food.
(b) They cannot reproduce.
(c) They can grow and develop.
(d) They do not respond to changes in their environment.

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Try yourself:(ii) Which of the following is NOT a living thing?
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(iii) What is the smallest unit of life?

(a) Cell
(b) 
Tissue
(c) 
Organ
(d) 
System

(iv) What process do plants use to make their own food?
(a) 
Respiration
(b) 
Photosynthesis
(c) 
Digestion
(d) 
Excretion
Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(v) Which of the following is a non-living thing?
(a) 
Dog
(b) 
Tree
(c) 
Water
(d) 
Butterfly

Q3: Fill in the blanks.

(i) Living things can be classified into ______ kingdoms.

(ii) The ability to grow and reproduce are characteristics of _______ things.

(iii) The kingdom _______ consists of single-celled organisms without a nucleus.
Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iv) The kingdom _______ includes multicellular organisms with cell walls made of chitin.

(v) Living things take in and use _______ to carry out their life processes.

(vi) Green plants prepare food by the process of ________.

(vii) Animals get their food from _______ or from other animals.

(viii) Eyes are sensitive to _____ and ears are sensitive to _____.

Q4: True or False.


Question for Worksheet: Living Things - 1
Try yourself:(i) Non-living things can grow and reproduce.
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(ii) Living things can respond to their environment.

(iii) All living things have a nucleus.
Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iv) Living things can excrete waste.

(v) Living things do not need energy to carry out their life processes

Q5: Short Answer Questions.


(i) What are the main characteristics that all living things share?

(ii) Why do living things need energy?

(iii) How do living things get rid of waste?

(iv) What is the importance of reproduction for living things?

(v) Describe the process of respiration in living things.

Q6: Answer the following questions.


(i) Animals move from place to place whereas plants remain fixed at one point. What is the need for the animals to move about?

(ii) Animals are dependent on plants directly or indirectly. What do you understand by this statement?
Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(iii) A human baby grows with time. A snowball grows in size as it rolls. What is the difference in the two growths?

(iv) A green plant takes in oxygen and gives out carbon dioxide. It also takes in carbon dioxide and gives out oxygen. How does this happen?

(v) Which are the other stimuli, the stem might respond to?
Living Things - 1 Class 6 Worksheet Science

(vi) When a boy touches a hot plate, he jerks his hand back. Trace the pathway through which messages travel in bringing about this response.


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1. What are living things?
Ans. Living things are organisms that have characteristics such as growth, reproduction, response to stimuli, metabolism, and adaptation to their environment.
2. How do living things differ from non-living things?
Ans. Living things have the ability to grow, reproduce, respond to stimuli, metabolize, and adapt to their environment, whereas non-living things do not possess these characteristics.
3. What are some examples of living things?
Ans. Examples of living things include animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, and protists.
4. How do living things obtain energy?
Ans. Living things obtain energy through various processes such as photosynthesis (in plants), consumption of other organisms (in animals), and chemical reactions (in some bacteria).
5. How do living things interact with their environment?
Ans. Living things interact with their environment by adapting to changes, competing for resources, and forming complex relationships with other organisms in their ecosystem.
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