CBSE Class 6 Science Fibre to Fabric MCQs Set A

CBSE Class 6 Science Fibre to Fabric MCQs Set A with answers available in Pdf for free download. The MCQ Questions for Class 6 Science with answers have been prepared as per the latest 2021 syllabus, NCERT books and examination pattern suggested in Standard 6 by CBSE, NCERT and KVS. Multiple Choice Questions for important part of exams for Grade 6 Science and if practiced properly can help you to get higher marks. Refer to more Chapter wise MCQs for NCERT Class 6 Science and also download more latest study material for all subjects

Fibre to Fabric 

1. Which of the following fibers are obtained from the fleece of animals? 

a. Jute 

b. Cotton 

c.  Nylon 

d. Wool 


2. The pod of cotton containing fibres and seeds is called a cotton ____ 

a. Flower 

b. Fruit 

c.  Boll 

d. bloom 


3. A fabric is made of __________ 

a. Yarn 

b. Thread  

c.  Hair 

d. Coir  


4. The thin strands of yarn that we see, are made up of still thinner strands called ___________ 

a. Coir  

b. Thread  

c.  Hair 

d. Fibre 


5. The fibres of some fabrics such as cotton, jute, silk and wool are obtained from plants and animals. These are called  

a. Natural fibres 

b. Artificial fibres 

c.  Rayon fibre 

d. Nylon fibre 


6. Cotton is usually picked by hand. Fibres are then separated from the seeds by combing. This process is called ____________ of cotton. 

a. Machining 

b. Ginning 

c.  Raining 

d. Spinning  


7. Jute fibre is obtained from the _______ of the jute plant. 

a. Stem 

b. Leaves 

c.  Flower 

d. Fruit  


8. The process of making yarn from fibres is called__________. 

a. Weaving 

b. Spinning 

c.  Knitting  

d. Looming  


9. The process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric is called___________. 

a. Spinning  b. Knitting  

c.  Looming   d. weaving 


10. In ___________, a single yarn is used to make a piece of fabric. 

a. Spinning 

b. Knitting 

c.  Weaving 

d. looming 


11. Weaving of fabric is done on__________. 

a. Looms 

b. Fabric 

c.  Paper 

d. Needles  


12. Which of the following is not a natural fabric?

a.  Silk 

b.  Nylon 

c.  Cotton 

d. Wool


More Questions..........................


Question: Cotton is grown in which of the following state

  • a) Karnataka
  • b) Bihar
  • c) Jammu and Kashmir
  • d) Maharashtra

Answer: Karnataka

 

Question: What happens if silk yarn is burnt

  • a) Shrinks away burns but does not melt
  • b) it does not shrink or melt
  • c) It has odour of burning paper
  • d) it has odour of burning plastics

Answer: Shrinks away burns but does not melt

 

Question: Yarns are made up of fibres obtained from

  • a) Natural and chemical process
  • b) Plants
  • c) Animals
  • d) Wool

Answer: Natural and chemical process

 

Question: To make a sweater how many yarns are required

  • a) Single Yarn
  • b) Multiple yarns
  • c) Two yarns
  • d) Five yarns

Answer: Single Yarn

 

Question: Two main processes of making fabrics from yarns are

  • a) Weaving and knitting
  • b) Weaving and spinning
  • c) Spinning and Ginning
  • d) Knitting and Ginning

Answer: Weaving and knitting

 

Question: Jute is grown in which of the following state

  • a) Bihar
  • b) Maharashtra
  • c) Sikkim
  • d) Karnataka

Answer: Bihar

 

Question: The process of separating cotton from seeds is called

  • a) Ginning
  • b) Mining
  • c) Spinning
  • d) Separation

Answer: Ginning

 

Question: Mattresses, pillows, quilts etc. are filled with which kind of fibre?

  • a) Cotton
  • b) Wool
  • c) Silk
  • d) Polyester

Answer: Cotton

 

Question: Which animal gives wool?

  • a) Sheep
  • b) Cow
  • c) Dear
  • d) Lion

Answer: Sheep

 

Question: Pull out yarns from a cotton cloth and scratch it from one end, What can u see?

  • a) Thin strands of thread called as fibres
  • b) Thin layers of cloth coming out
  • c) Yarns come out easily from cloth
  • d) Threads come out

Answer: Thin strands of thread called as fibres

 

Question: Socks are made with which process

  • a) Knitting
  • b) Weaving
  • c) Spinning
  • d) Ginning

Answer: Knitting

 

Question: What happens if synthetic yarn is burnt

  • a) It shrinks and melts
  • b) It does not shrink or melt
  • c) It give odour of charred meat
  • d) Odour of burning paper

Answer: It shrinks and melts

 

Question: Nylon and polyester are which type of fibres

  • a) Synthetic fibres
  • b) Natural fibres
  • c) Artificial fibres
  • d) Chemical fibres

Answer: Synthetic fibres

 

Question: In ancient times people made clothes of

  • a) Animal skin and leaves
  • b) Silk and cotton
  • c) Cotton and wool
  • d) Wool and silk

Answer: Animal skin and leaves

 

Question: Process of arranging 2 sets of yarn to make a fabric is called

  • a) Weaving
  • b) Knitting
  • c) Spinning
  • d) Ginning

Answer: Weaving

 

Question: Process of making yarn from fibres is called

  • a) Spinning
  • b) Mining
  • c) Ginning
  • d) Separating

Answer: Spinning

 

Question: Jute fibre is which part of the plant

  • a) Stem
  • b) Roots
  • c) Fruit
  • d) Leaves

Answer: Stem

 

Question: Cotton plants are grown at places with

  • a) Black soil and warm climate
  • b) White soil and dry climate
  • c) Black soil and humid climate
  • d) White soil and warm climate

Answer: Black soil and warm climate

 

Question: Synthetic fibres are

  • a) Obtained from chemical process
  • b) Obtained from animal
  • c) Obtained from plants
  • d) Obtained from yak and camel

Answer: Obtained from chemical process

 

Question: Fibres obtained to make wool and silk are?

  • a) Natural fibres
  • b) Artificial Fibres
  • c) Synthetic fibres
  • d) Chemical fibres

Answer: Natural fibres

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