CBSE Class 6 Science Question Paper Set G

CBSE Class 6 Science Question Paper Set G. You can download the past year question papers in pdf format with solutions from the links below. The students should practice the question papers of last year which will help them to understand the pattern on the papers and will help them to practice for the exams. You can download the question papers for last 10 years free by clicking links below. Refer to the extract below and download the full pdf file of question papers below.

1 Leaves of a plant have parallel venations. What type of root it would have? 

2 Define the pole of a magnet.

3 Which gas is filled in an electric bulb and why? 

4 Give two points of difference between a cell and a battery.

5 What is reflector in an electric torch? Mention its function. 

6 Why police man regulating traffic wears mask? 

7 a) Identify the cause behind the following changes

(i). Making a salad

(ii). Melting of ice

(iii). Bursting of a balloon

b) Explain with the help of an example that expansion and contraction are reversible

processes.

8 Differentiate between exothermic and endothermic change. Identify the following as

endothermic or exothermic change and reversible or irreversible change.

a) Burning of coal

b) Melting of wax.

9 Give reason for the following:

a) Electric wires become loose in summer.

b) Adding two drops of lemon juice in lukewarm water is a chemical change.

c) Transformation of water into steam is a reversible change.

10 a) Mention two important functions of leaf in a plant.

b) Explain two leaf modifications with one example each

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