CBSE Class 6 Science Water MCQs Set A

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14 Water 

1. Most of the rain water goes into 

a. Lakes and ponds 

b. Transpiration and evaporation 

c.  The ground water 

d. Rivers and sea  

2. The circulation of water between ocean and land is a continuous process known as _____ 

a. Transpiration 

b. Evaporation 

c.  Raining 

d. Water cycle 


3. Rise in water level of rivers leads to 

a. Flood 

b. Drought 

c.  Water scarcity 

d. Dry lands  

4. One way of increasing the availability of water is to collect rainwater and store it for later use. This is called ___________ 

a. Rain water catching 

b. Rain water harvesting 

c.  Catching water 

d. Water collection in catchment areas  

5. Fog appearing on a cold winter morning and Blackboard dries up after wiping it is due to: 

a. Evaporation and condensation respectively 

b. Condensation  and evaporation respectively 

c.  Neither Evaporation nor condensation 

d. both Evaporation and condensation  

6. Water vapour condenses to form tiny droplets of water in the upper layers of air where it is cooler. These droplets fall down as: 

a. Rain 

b. Storm 

c.  Cyclone 

d. Drought  

7. Which of the following is not a source by which water in rivers, lakes, ponds, wells and soil is replenished: 

a. Rain 

b. Hail 

c.  Snow 

d. Evaporation  

8. Water from the wet clothes disappears due to ________ 

a. Condensation 

b. Evaporation 

c.  Moisture 

d. Sun 

9. Which of the following is not a source of potable water: 

a. Well 

b. River 

c.  Lake 

d. Sea 

10.  A glass containing ice has water droplets around it. What conclusion can be drawn from this 

a. The water  from the ice has settled outside the glass 

b. There is water in the air which has got condensed around the glass 

c.  The glass is sweating 

d. The glass of ice is not so strong hence water goes through the glass and settles outside.



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