CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (7)

CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (7)

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 (c) Water because it is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen

(d) Dissolved air in water

(ii) Which of the following can float on water-

(a) Plastic Block

(b) Iron Block

(c) Silver Coin

(d) Glass Bowl

(iii) A homogeneous solution-

(a) Sand in water

(b) Salt in water

(c) Mustard oil in water

(d) Butter in vinegar

(iv) Device used for ginning of cotton is-

(a) Looms

(b) Combs

(c) Takli

(d) Sewing needle

(v) Process of making a piece of fabric from two sets of yarn is-

(a) Weaving

(b) Knitting

(c) Spinning

(d) Ginning

Q.2 (i)Complete the following flow chart: (½+½= 1)

CBSE Class 6 Science Sample Paper SA1 2015 (7)

(ii)What type of soil and climate is required for the growth of cotton plant?

Q.3 (i)Identify the odd one out giving a reason: (½+1= 1½)

Coconut oil, Kerosene, Mustard oil, Vinegar.

(ii)Name the hardest substance found in nature. (½)

Q.4 (i) Name and define the process shown in the following picture: (1½)

SECTION- C (BIOLOGY) [27]

Q.1. Which part of pistil changes into fruit? (1)

Q.2. Choose the odd one out and name the eating habit of the odd one: (1)

(a) Deer

(b) Bear

(c) Rabbit

(d) Giraffe

Q.3. Correct the statements: (1)

(a) Proteins are protective foods.

(b) Carrot & Papaya are rich in vitamin- C.

Q.4. The deficiency disease which can be prevented by intake of iodized salt is ______.(1)

Q.5. (i) Name the scientist who discovered the first antibiotic. (1)

(ii)Name the first antibiotic discovered by him. (1)

Q.6. Give two examples each of- (2)

(a) Edible roots

(b) Edible seeds

Q.7. Name the nutrient which should be taken in more amount by construction workers.

Give reason for your answer. Name one food item rich in this nutrient. (2)

Q.8. Give difference between: (2)

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