CBSE Class 5 Science Filtration Worksheet

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Q1 Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested in the brackets.

1. I think that the best method to remove large floating particles is __________________ (Sedimentation, filtration, decantation). These particles are said to be ________________ (insoluble, soluble).

2. ___________________ (Sedimentation, Filtration, Decantation, Distillation) may remove invisible particles. These particles are said to be __________________ (insoluble, soluble) in water.

3. The salt in sea water can be separated using ____________________ (sedimentation, filtration, decantation, evaporation).These particles are said to be __________________ (insoluble, soluble) in water.

4. The pulp in orange juice could be separated using_________________ (sedimentation, filtration, decantation). These particles are said to be __________________ (insoluble, soluble) in water.

Q2 Identify the following processes and label them.

…………………….. …………………………………….

Q3 Unscramble the words given below:

a. Gas that kills the germs - ENICHORL …………………………..

b. Gas that is needed for making proteins-

c. Water fit for drinking is known as - ABLETOP ………………………


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