CBSE Class 5 Science Revision Worksheet Set X

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CLASS V SCIENCE H.W. WORKSHEET

Q.1 Fill in the blanks with the words given below:

Seed coat seedling seeds wealth soil germination

(a) A good crop adds to the ……………………………. of the country.

(b) All ………………………. of a plant do not grow into new plants.

(c) A bean seed has an outer protective layer called …………………………

(d) If the seed survives and gets the right amount of water and warmth it produces a baby plant or ……………………………………………..

(e) The baby plant develops roots .These roots absorb water and nutrients from the ……………………………..

(f) The process by which a seed produces a baby plant or seedling is called ……………………………………..

Q.2 Plants grow well in regions which are suitable for them. Match the plant to the state and mark the states on a political map of India.

1. Keekar a. Himachal Pradesh

2. Coconut b. Maharashtra

3. Pine c. Assam

4. Mango d. Rajasthan

5. Tea e. Kerala

6. Cotton f. Uttar Pradesh

 

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