CBSE Class 2 EVS Sample Paper Set E

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A. Fill in the blanks : leaves footboard partywear camels clean tent pakka directly zebra crossing water houseboat woollen

1. We should keep our house ______________________.

2. During summer, the sun shines __________________over us.

3. A house made of bricks, cement and steel is a ___________________house.

4. We must cross the road at the ___________________________.

5. We should drink plenty of _____________________during summer.

6. A ____________________is a floating house.

7. During autumn ,trees shed their _____________________.

8. Mountaineers and campers put up ____________________.

9. We wear ______________________on special occasions.

10. In desert areas, __________________ are used for transporting people and goods.

11. We must not keep standing on the ________________of the bus.

12. We wear _______________________clothes in winter.

B. Tick( √ ) the correct answer :

1. Trees have new leaves during

(a) spring ( ) (b) autumn ( ) (c) winter ( )

2. Blades and knives can ________our skin.

(a) paste ( ) (b) cut ( ) (c) burn ( )

3. We must cross the road only when the pedestrian traffic light is

(a) green ( ) (b) yellow ( ) (c) red ( )

4. We use fans ,coolers and air conditioners during

(a) winter ( ) (b) summer ( ) (c) spring ( )

5. While travelling in a bus ,we must keep

(a) quiet ( ) (b) moving ( ) (c) shouting ( )

6. Crops need ____________to grow .

(a) rainwater ( ) (b) fruits ( ) (c) softdrinks ( )

7. The means of transport that moves on the sea is 

(a) aeroplane ( ) (b) train ( ) (c) ship ( )

8. The fastest means of transport is

(a) train ( ) (b) aeroplane ( ) (c) ship ( )

9. We get cotton from

(a) sheep ( ) (b) silkworm ( ) (c) cotton plant ( )

10. We must not touch

(a) hot iron ( ) (b) cup ( ) (c) ball ( )

11. Nomads live in

(a) flats ( ) (b) igloo ( ) (c) wheel caravan ( )

12. A house protects us from

(a) heat ( ) (b) cold ( ) (c) both ( )

C. Name any two :- (1x12=12)

1. Comfortable clothes -_______________________, ______________________

2. Woollen clothes - __________________________, ______________________

3. Temporary houses - ________________________, _____________________

4. Means of water transport -____________________, ____________________

5. Means of air transport -_______________________, ____________________

6. Two cities that have metro train- ________________, __________________

D. Circle the odd one :- (1x8=8)

1. heat paper cold rain

2. summer winter autumn Christmas

3. sweater socks star shawl

4. tent caravan table houseboat

5. rain rainbow pencil rainy season

6. car bus scooter bicycle

7. bullock-cart tonga train cycle –rickshaw

8. raincoat gumboots burger umbrella

E. Answer the following questions:

1. Why do we need a house? (any 2 points ) (2)

________________________________________________________________________________

2. Write any two safety habits. (2)

_______________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________

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