CBSE Class 5 EVS Worksheet - Plants

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WORK SHEET

FIRST TERM

SUBJECT- EVS

(Topics- About Plants and Interdependence in Nature)

CLASS- V

I. Write Short Answers:

Q 1. Which part of a plant makes up its shoot?

Q 2. Which plants are called perennial plants?

Q 3. What are creepers?

Q 4. Why is it bad to use plastic?

Q 5. Mention one way in which animals help plants.

II. Name The Following:

a) The part of the seed that has food stored for the baby plant.

b) The substance that gives leaves their colour.

c) Bushy plants with woody stems.

d) An animal or plant that does not exist anymore.

e) Thick strong stem of trees.

III. Define:

a) Herbs

b) Decomposers

c) Micro-organisms

d) Abiotic Components

e) Endangered Animals

IV. Explain in a few lines:

a) What function does the root of a plant have?

b) What are the two types of roots that plants have? What is the difference between them?

c) What makes up our environment?

d) How do decomposers help to maintain the environmental balance?

e) How does the air get polluted? What harm does it cause?

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