Tuesday 31 May 2011

Motion and Measurement of Distances : NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 10

NCERT Class VI Science textbook:
Lesson 10: Motion and Measurement of Distances.


1.Question.Give two example each,of modes of transport used on land,water,air.
Answer.(a) On land:  Car,Train.
             (b) In water: Boat, Ship.
             (c) In air:     Aeroplane,Helicopter.

2.Question.Fill in the blanks.
Answer.(1) One meter *100* cm.
       (2) Five kilometers *5000* m.
       (3) Motion of child on a sewing is *circular motion*.
       (4) Motion of the needle of sewing machine is *period motion*. 

The living Organisms and Their surroundings : NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 9

NCERT Class VI Science textbook:
Lesson 9: The living Organisms and Their surroundings.


1. Question.What is habitat?
Answer.The surroundings where plants and animals live, is called their habitat.

2.Question.Fill up the blanks:
(a) The presence of specific features,which enable a plant or an animal to live in particular habitat, is called *adaptation*.
(b) The habitat of the plants and animal that live on land are called *terrestrial* habitat.
(c) The habitats of plants and animals that live in water are called * aquatic* habitat.
(d) Soil, water and air the *abiotic* factors of a habitat.
(e) Change in our surrounding  that make us respond to them, are called *stimuli*.

Monday 30 May 2011

Body Movements : Lesson 8 : NCERT Class VI Science

Exercises : Questions & Answers

1.Question.Fill in the blanks.
Answer. (a) Joints of the bones help in the movement of the body.
        (b) A combination of bones and cartilages forms the  skeleton
        (c) The bones at the elbow are joined by a  hinge joint.
        (d) The contraction of the  muscles pulls the bones during.                 

Saturday 28 May 2011

Getting to know plants : NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 7

Lesson 7 : Getting to know plants

1.Question. Correct the following statements and rewrite them in your notebook.(a) Stem absorb water and minerals from the soil.
(b) Leave hold the plant upright.    
(c) Roots conduct water to the leaves.
(d) The number of petals and sepals in a flower is always equal.
(e) if the sepals  of a flower joined together,its petals are also joined together.
(f) if the sepals  of a flower joined together,Then the pistil is joined to the petal

Changes Around us : NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 6

Science textbook:
Lesson6 :Changes Around us.

1.Question.To walk through a waterlogged area,you usually shorten the length of your dress by folding it. can be reversed?
Answer. Yes. This change can be reversed.

2.Question. You accidentally dropped your favorite toy and broke it.Can this change reversed?
Answer.No. This change cannot be reversed.

Thursday 26 May 2011

Separation of Substances : Class VI : Science : Lesson 5:

Science textbook:
Lesson 5:Separation of Substances.


1.Question.Why do we need to separate different components of a mixture> Give two examples.
Answer. When two or substances are mixed together, we call it a mixture. Sometimes, different components of a mixture are not useful or may even harmful. So, we need to separate different components of the mixture.
for example:
(1) After preparing tea, the tea leaves are not useful.
(2) Small stones present in rice are harmful.So, we need to separate them.

Monday 23 May 2011

Sorting Materials into Groups : CBSE - NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 4:

science Textbook:
Lesson 4:Sorting Materials into Groups.


1.Question. Name fie objects which can be made of wood?
Answer. (1) Table.(2) Chair.(3) Spoon.(4) Door.(5) Box
2. Question. Select those objects from the following which shine?
Glass bowl,plastic toy, steel spoon,cotton shirt.
Answer. Steel spoon, and glass bowl.

Fibre to Fabric. : Lesson 3 | CBSE - NCERT Class VI ( 6th) Science

Exercises : Questions & Answers       
1.Question.Classify following fibers as natural or synthetic:
Answer.   Natural               Synthetic
                Wool                   Nylon
                Cotton                 Polyester


  2.Question state whether the following statements  are True or False:





Saturday 21 May 2011

Components of Food : CBSE NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 2:

Science Textbook :
Lesson 2: Components  of food.

1. Question. Name the major nutrients in our food.
Answer. The major nutrients in our food carbohydrates, proteins, fat, vitamin and minerals.In addition, of food contains dietary fibers and water.
2.Question. Name the following. (a) The nutrients which mainly give energy to our body. (b) The nutrients that are needed for the growth and maintenance of our body. (c) A vit6amin required for maintaining good eyesight. (d) A mineral that is required for keeping our bones healthy.
Answer. (a) Carbohydrates. (b) Proteins and minerals. (c) Vitamin 'A'.(d) Calcium.

Food - Where Does it come from? CBSE NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 1

Science Textbook :
Lesson 1 : Food - Where Does it come from?


1 Question. Do you find all living beings need the same kind of food?
Answer. No. All living being do not need the same kind of food.
1.Some animals eat only plant products. These are herbivores.
2. Some animals eat only other animals(Flesh). These are carnivores.
3.Some animals eat both plants and animals. These are omnivores.
2 Question.Name five plants and their parts that we eat.

Thursday 19 May 2011

Lesson 7 : Fair play : Class VI English Text Book : Honeysuckle


1.Question. When the situation changed’ what is being referred to?
Answer. Jumman promised to support his old aunt as long as she lived. So she transferred her property to him. But after a couple of years he and his wife forgot the promise and began to harass. Thus the situation changed.

2.Question. When Jumman’s aunt realized that she was not welcome in his house, what arrangement did she suggest?
Answer. The old lady realized that she was an unwanted burden on Jumman. So she suggested a way out. She demanded a monthly allowance so that she might allowance so that she might set up a separate kitchen.

Lesson 6 : Who I am? | Class VI (6th) English Text Book : Honeysuckle


A.Question.  Answer of the following question.
1.    Peter’s favorite day of the week is  Sunday because on that day the whole family goes to see a film, eat
ice-cream and peanuts.
2.    Nasir wants to learn how to preserve cotton seeds as not to buy new seeds every year.
3.   Dolma believes that he can make a good Prime Minister because  he is intelligent and thoughtful. He has big plans for a happy and progressive India.

Lesson 5 : A Different Kind of School : Class VI (6th) English Text Book : Honeysuckle


1.Question. Why do you think the writer visit Miss Beam’s school?
Answer. The writer visited Miss Beam’s school to see what her original method of teaching was. He had heard a lot about the school.

2.Question. What was the ‘game’ was the every child in the school had to play?
Answer. Every child in the school had to play the game of being blind, lame deaf, or dumb at least once during the session. He had his eyes bandaged or his one leg tied up. This made of blind or lame for a day.  He was helped and guided by another boy. This game made the child understand and also share misfortune.

Lesson 4 : An Indian- American Woman in an in space: Kaplana Chawla | Class VI English Text Book : Honeysuckle


1.    Question.  Where was Kalpana Chawla born?  Why is she called an Indian- American?
Answer.  Kalpana Chawla was born in  Karna l, Haryana. By her birth in India, she was an Indian citizen. But she obtained American citizenship. So she is called an Indian American.

2.    Question. When and why did she go to U.S.? Who did she marry?
Answer. She went to the us for a master’s degree. Later she earned her doctorate in aerospace engineering. She married an American flight instructor jean Pierre Harrison.

Tuesday 10 May 2011

Lesson 3 : Taro’s Reward ? | Class VI (6th) English Textbook : Honeysuckle


1.Question. Why did Taro run in the direction of the stream?
Answer. Taro ran in the direction of the sound of flowing water. because he was thirsty. Secondly, he had never before seen any spring in that part of the forest.

2.Question. How did Taro’s father show his happiness after drinking sake?
Answer. Taro’s father drank the Sake and was delighted. He stopped shivering. He also danced a little with joy.

Lesson 2 : How the Dog Found Himself A Master ? | Class VI English - Honeysuckle


1.Question : Why did the dog feel the needed for a master?
Answer : The dog felt sick and tired of wandering alone in search of food. Secondly, he was afraid of other animals stronger than him. So he felt the need to have a master.

2. Question : Who did he first choose as his master? Why did he leave that master?
Answer : The dog first chose a big wolf as his master. The wolf agreed to take him in his service. But the sight of a bear made him run off out of fear. Seeing that the bear was stronger than the wolf, the dog left him and changed his master.

Monday 9 May 2011

Lesson 1 : Who Did Patrick’s Homework ? NCERT Class VI English - Honeysuckle

1.QUESTION. What did Patrick think his cat was playing with?what was it really ?

Answer. Patrick thought that his cat with a doll was playing with a doll. But he was mistaken. The doll was really a Little man or elf.

2.QUESTION. Why did the little man grant Patrick a wish?

Answer. The little man was in serious trouble or danger. He appealed to Patrick to save his life from the cat. In return he promised to fulfill one wish of Patrick.