CBSE Class 6 Science Question Paper SA 1 2012

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SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 1, 2012-13

CLASS :VI SUBJECT : SCIENCE

INSTRUCTIONS :

1. All questions are compulsory.

2. In section A Q No 1 to 3 are very short answer questions and carries 1 mark each, Q 4 to 11 carries

2 mark each, Q 12 to 18 carries 3 mark each , Q 19 to 21 carries 5 mark each .

3. All questions in section B are MCQs and carries ½ mark.

SECTION A

Q1.VERY SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS

1. Name two omnivores.

2. What type of soil and climate is good for growing cotton? 

3. What are immiscible liquids? Give two examples. 

Q2.SHORT ANSWER QUESTION

4. Distinguish between herbivores and carnivores. 

5. What is roughage? Name any four major sources of roughage. 

6. How is weaving different from knitting? 

7. What is the importance of oxygen dissolved in water? Nam any two gases which  does not dissolve in water.

8. How will you obtain clear water from a sample of muddy water? Explain. 

9. Differentiate between reversible and irreversible changes with examples. 

10. What is apiculture? How is honey produced by honey bees? 

11. What is classification? What are the advantages of classification of objects?


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