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Welcome to your study plan for the chapter on "Sorting Materials into Groups" in your Class 6 Science curriculum. This chapter is an important part of your science syllabus, and by the end of this document, you'll have a clear understanding of how to plan your study timetable effectively and ace this chapter and your exams.

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The plan we have for this chapter helps you use your time well to learn and practice it thoroughly. If you follow this plan carefully, you'll be ready to answer even the hardest questions in your Class 6 Science exam for this chapter. Class 6 students can find valuable resources and support on EduRev, including notes, videos, and tests.

Topics to Cover


Before jumping into the study plan, let's go through the topics we have to cover in this chapter:

  1. Objects Around Us
  2. Properties of Materials
  3. Hardness
  4. Objects may float or sink in water
  5. Transparency

Simple Strategies for Parents to Help Kids in Studying


Parents play a vital role in supporting their children's learning. Here's how parents can help their children study the chapter "Sorting Materials into Groups" effectively:

  • Discuss the chapter's content and progress with your child.
  • Encourage them to read the NCERT textbook and solve NCERT questions.
  • Use EduRev resources for additional practice and clarification.

Now, let's dive into the study plan.

Day 1: Introduction and "Objects Around Us"


What to Cover:

  • Read the NCERT textbook for the introduction and the first topic, "Objects Around Us."
  • Understand how different objects can be categorized based on their properties.
Study Tips:
  1. Start by reading the NCERT Textbook for Sorting Materials into Groups.
  2. Make notes of the key points to remember.
  3. Engage with the topic using NCERT Solutions for Sorting Materials into Groups.
Interactive Activities:
  • Create a list of objects around your home and classify them into groups based on their properties.

Day 2: "Properties of Materials," "Hardness," and "Objects may float or sink in water"


What to Cover:

  • Study the topics "Properties of Materials," "Hardness," and "Objects may float or sink in water" from your NCERT textbook.
Study Tips:
  1. Review the explanations in the NCERT Summary of Sorting Materials into Groups.
  2. Practice with Worksheet for Sorting Materials into Groups.
  3. Explore mind maps for clarity on the concepts using Mindmap of Sorting Materials into Groups.
Interactive Activities:
  • Conduct a hardness test with various materials at home.
  • Experiment with objects in water to observe which ones float and which ones sink.

Day 3: "Transparency" and Revision


What to Cover:

  • Study the topic "Transparency" from your NCERT textbook.
  • Use the revision day to revisit all the topics covered so far.
Study Tips:
  1. Summarize the key points and concepts with Study Notes of Sorting Materials into Groups.
  2. Solve various question types, including very short answer questions, using Very Short Questions & Answers: Sorting Materials into Groups.
  3. Prepare for a chapter test with Chapter Test: Sorting Materials into Groups.
Interactive Activities:
  • Discuss transparency and conduct an experiment with different materials to explore transparency.

Remember, on the day of the exam, the best way to review and improve your understanding is to solve different types of questions, including the chapter test, worksheet, very short answer questions, short and long questions, and NCERT exemplar questions.

Feedback and Questions


If you have any doubts or questions about the chapter, feel free to ask them on the EduRev discussion forum. It's a great platform to seek clarification and interact with fellow students.

Note: It's important to realize that you should study all your subjects at the same time. EduRev offers timetables for all your other subjects as well. This means you can plan your study schedule for all your subjects, not just one.

Certainly, here are all the relevant links categorized under suitable headers:
NCERT Resources:

EduRev Resources:

These resources will help you study effectively and prepare for your Class 6 Science exam.

Best of luck with your studies, and use this plan to ace your Class 6 Science exam!

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