CBSE Class 6 Science Body Movements MCQs Set A

CBSE Class 6 Science Body Movements MCQs Set A. Based on CBSE and NCERT guidelines. The students should practice these Sample Papers to gain perfection which will help him to get more marks in CBSE examination. Based on CBSE and NCERT guidelines. Based on the same pattern as released by CBSE every year. CBSE releases sample papers every year. These papers are released prior to the CBSE examinations so that students can do practice. 

                                                                                                                                               9 Body Movements 

 

1. The bones in our body also form a frame work to give shape to our body. This frame work is called ____.  

a. Spine  

b. Skeleton  

c.  Pelvic girdle  

d. Sternum   

 

2. The ribs join the chest bone and the back bone to form a box called the ________  

a. Rib cage  

b. Cervical region  

c. Backbone 

d. Knee   

 

3. The body part used by the snake to move and its movement is called:  

a. Legs, walk  

b. Wings, fly  

c. Whole body, slither  

d. Fins, swim  

 

4. The body part used by the bird to move and its movement is called:  

a. Legs, walk  

b. Wings, fly  

c.  Whole body, slither  

d. Fins, swim 

  

5. The body part used by the fish to move and its movement is called:  

a. Legs, walk  

b. Wings, fly  

c. Whole body, slither  

d. Fins, swim  

 

6. The movement of upper arm is _______   

a. In two directions  

b. Rotates completely  

c.  Does not move at all  

d. Bends in one direction only 

 

7. The movement of head is _______   

a. In one direction  

b. Rotates completely  

c.  Rotates partly  

d. Bends in one direction only  

 

8. The movement of the elbow is _______   

a. In two direction  

b. Rotates completely  

c.  Does not move at all  

d. Bends in one direction only  

 

9. We are able to bend or rotate our body in places where two parts of our body seem  to be joined together These places are called_____________  

a. Bones  

b. Blood  

c. Nerves  

d. Joints  

 

10. The rounded end of one bone fits into the cavity (hollow space) of the other bone.  Such a joint allows movements in all directions. Such a joint is called_____________.  

a. Ball and socket joint  

b. Pivotal joint  

c.  Hinge joint  

d. Fixed joint  

 

11. The joint where our neck joins the head is a _______ joint.  In  this joint a cylindrical bone rotates in a ring.  

a. Ball and socket joint  

b. Pivotal joint  

c. Hinge joint  

d. Fixed joint 

 

 

12. Joint that allows only a back and forth movement is called____________.  

a. Ball and socket joint  

b. Pivotal joint  

c.  Hinge joint  

d. Fixed joint  

 

13. There are some bones in our body that are joined together and cannot move. Such joints are called_________.  

a. Ball and socket joint  

b. Pivotal joint  

c.  Hinge joint  

d. Fixed joint  

 

14.  The skeleton is made of bones and _______.  

a. Muscles  

b. Cartilages  

c.  Skin  

d. Blood  

 

15. Movement in humans is due to Bones and __________  

a. Blood  

b. Skin  

c.  Legs  

d. Muscles  

 

16. Most animals can move from one place to another. This type of movement is  called ____.  

a. Movement  

b. Transportation  

c.  Conduction  

d.  locomotion  

 

17. The head and tail of the fish are smaller than the middle portion of the body – the body tapers at both ends. This body shape is called streamlined.  It helps the fish to  

a.  Swim   

b. Cut through water  

c.  To attack its enemy  

d. To take care of its young ones 

 

18. Most animals can move from one place to another. This type of movement is called ____.  

a. Movement  

b. Transportation  

c.   Conduction  

d.  locomotion  

 

19. Earthworm fixes part of its body during movement to the soil using  

a. Muscles which help to extend and shorten the body  

b. Skin which is slimy to touch  

c. Tiny bristles projecting out which are connected to the muscles  

d. None of the above   

 

 

 

 


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