CBSE Class 5 Science Revision Worksheet Set Q

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SCIENCE – WORKSHEET – CLASS V

LESSON – 3- THE MOON

I. FILL IN THE BLANKS

1. The eclipse of the sun is called ______________ eclipse.

2. __________________ was the first Indian to go into the space.

3. The changes in the shapes of the moon are called ___________ of the moon.

4. The first man made satellite was _____________________.

5. The place beyond the blanket of atmosphere is called ____________________.

6. _____________________ holds the record of the longest space flight for female space traveler.

7. Tides are caused by the __________________ pull of the moon.

8. The __________________ satellites are helpful in giving us the live coverage of events.

9. The big hollows on the surface of the moon are called __________________.

10. The _________________ moves around the earth .

11. _________________ are spacecrafts sent to orbit a planet .

12. Due to the absence of ________________ no sound can be heard on the moon .

II. Name the following

1. Earth’s natural satellite

Ans. ____________________________

2. The first Indian satellite

Ans. ____________________________

3. Rising and falling movements of ocean water.

Ans. ____________________________

4. The eclipse that occurs only on a full moon night.

Ans. ____________________________

5. The first man to step on the moon

Ans. ____________________________

6. The objects that cause craters on the moon

Ans. ____________________________

7. The eclipse that occurs on the New Moon day

Ans. ____________________________

III. WRITE TRUE or FALSE

1. Earth’s closest neighbour in space is the moon. ______________

2. The sun moves round the earth. _____________

3. The earth and the moon are opaque objects. _____________

4. The moon has no light of its own. _______________

5. The distance of the moon from the earth is 383000 km. ________

6. Nearly three fourths of the earth’s surface is covered by oceans. _________

7. The moon’s gravity is one – sixth of the gravity of the earth. ________

Ln. 6. NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SENSE ORGANS

I. FILL IN THE BLANKS

1. _______________ gives shape and support to our body.

2. The ______________ protects the brain.

3. The part of the eye on which an image is formed is the _____________________.

4. The nerve at the back of the retina is ________________.

5. The __________________ is the thinking part of the brain.

6. The nerves are made up of __________________.

7. ____________________ nerves carry impulses to the brain.

8. The little brain is the __________________.

9. The heart and lungs are protected by the ____________________.

10. Reflex actions are due to the messages sent by the _________________.

11. Nerves which carry messages from the brain are ___________.

12. Eyeballs are protected by __________________.  

NAME THE FOLLOWING

1. The system that controls all other systems of our body.

___________________________

2. The other name of the brain stem.

___________________________

3.The largest part of the brain.

___________________________

4. The actions controlled by the spinal cord

___________________________

5. The control centre of the body.

___________________________

6. The three kinds of nerves.

a____________________b______________c ________________

7. The part of the brain that helps to control the movements during

reflex action. ___________________________

8. The nerve cells which bind together to form a nerve.

______________________

9. The organ that controls our heartbeat and breathing.

_______________________

10. The part of the brain that helps to control the movements during reflex action.

 

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