CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (1)

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CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (1)

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Q1. Define a balanced diet. 1

Q2.Why is burning of candle an example of an irreversible change? 1

Q3. What is the nature of the image formed in a pin hole camera.? 1

Q4.Lions have eyes in front while deer have eyes on the side. How do these adaptations help

the lion & the deer? 2

Q5. Suggest an activity to show that light travels in a straight line. 2

Q6. Name a device which changes the direction of light that falls on it. 2

What is this phenomenon known as?

Q7. Give two examples each of natural and artificial luminous objects. 2

Q8 .a) Why is Vitamin C necessary for us?

b) Name any two food materials which are rich in Vitamin C. 1+1

Q9. Define a) Rectilinear motion b) Periodic motion 2

Q10. In which units of length should we measure the following? 2

(a) Thickness of your science book

(b) Your height

(c) Distance between your house and the school

(d) Length of your pen

Q11. Differentiate between reversible & irreversible changes. (Any 2 points) 2.

Q12. a) Explain how, a metal wheel is fixed around the wooden wheel of a cart.

b) Heating of coal tar for repairing roads is a reversible change. Explain. 2

Q13. a) Define nutrients.

b) Name any two main types of carbohydrates which are found in our diet.

c) Discuss the importance of roughage in our diet. 1+1+1

Q14. a) What do you mean by the term respiration?

b) Why is respiration necessary for living organisms?

c) Name the breathing organs for: earthworm & fish. 1+1+1

Q15. a) How does a blacksmith change a piece of iron into different tools?

b) How is inflating a balloon different from bursting an inflated balloon? 1+2

Q16. Write three precautions that we should take while measuring a length using a scale? 3

Q17. (a) How are shadows formed?

(b) What are the three necessary conditions for the formation of a shadow?

(c) Do shadows give us complete information about the object? 3

Q18. a) How does thick fur help a snow leopard to live in mountain regions?

b) Dolphins do not have gills, then how do they breathe in water?

c) Give any two adaptive features of the aquatic plants. 1+1+1

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