CBSE Class 2 EVS Practice Worksheet Set B

CBSE Class 2 EVS Practice Worksheet (2) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India. 


Q1. Answer the following.

       a) What are worms?


       b) How does the beak help a bird?

       Ans. __________________________________________________________



Q2. Name any two of each.

       1. Animals with four legs. ___________________, ____________________

       2. Animals with horns. ___________________, ____________________

       3. Birds ___________________, ____________________

      4. Insects ___________________, ____________________

      5. Worms ___________________, ____________________


Q3. Who am I?

       1. I am the slowest moving animal in the world. ________________

       2. I am the fastest moving animal in the world. ________________

       3. I am the largest animal having a trunk. ________________


Q4. Write true or false

       a) Birds eat food with their beak. _____

       b) Butterfly has two legs and wings. _____

       c) Animals run on their limbs. ______

       d) Earthworms swim in water. ______

       e) Parrot eat flesh of dead animals. _______

        f) Birds have no teeth. ______


Q5.Fill ups.

      a) Birds fly with the help of their _________.

      b) ____________ and _____________ swim in water.

      c) Sparrow has ______ legs .

     d) ___________ have six legs and wings.

     e) ________ and _______eat seeds.




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