CBSE Worksheets for Class 6 Science

Access free printable worksheets for CBSE Class 6 Science in PDF with Chapter wise Important Questions as per Latest NCERT Syllabus. These Practice Worksheets, Workbooks, Exercises help Grade 6 students to understand various topics, practice skills and improve their subject knowledge which in turn helps them to improve their academic performance. Download Kendriya Vidyalaya Class 6 Science Worksheets shared by expert teachers & parents to enhance student’s understanding of all the concepts.

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Total Papers : 28

Science Topics to be covered for Class 6

Chapter 1: Food: Where Does It Come From?

  • Food: Where Does it Come From?
  • Food Variety
  • Food Materials and Sources
  • Plant Parts and Animal Products as Food
  • Plant parts as food
  • What do Animals Eat?

Chapter 2: Components of Food

  • What do different food items contain?
  • What do various nutrients do for our body?
  • Balanced diet
  • Deficiency disease

Chapter 3: Fibre to Fabric

  • Variety in fabrics
  • Fibre
  • Some plant fibres
  • Spinning cotton yarn
  • Yarn to fabric

Chapter 4: Sorting Materials and Groups

  • Sorting materials into groups
  • Objects around us
  • Properties of materials

Chapter 5: Separation of Substances

  • Methods of separation
  • Hand Picking
  • Threshing
  • Winnowing
  • Sieving

Chapter 6: Changes Around Us

  • Changes Around us
  • Can all changes always be reversed?
  • Could there be other ways to bring a change?

Chapter 7: Getting to know plants

  • Herbs, shrubs and trees
  • Stem, Leaf, Root, Flower

Chapter 8: Body Movement

  • Human body and its movements
  • “Gait of animals”

Chapter 9: Living organisms and their surroundings

  • Organisms and the surroundings where they live
  • Habitat and adaptation
  • A journey through different habitats
  • Characteristics of the living beings

Chapter 10: Motion and Measurement of Distances

  • Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Story of transport
  • How wide is this desk?
  • Some measurements
  • Standard Units of Measurements
  • Correct Measurement of Length
  • Measuring the length of a curved line
  • Moving things around us
  • Types of motion

Chapter 11: Light Shadows and Reflection

  • Transparent, opaque and translucent objects
  • What exactly are shadows?
  • A pinhole camera
  • Mirrors and reflections

Chapter 12: Electricity and circuit

  • Electric cell
  • A bulb connected to an electric cell
  • An electric circuit
  • Electric switch
  • Electric conductors and insulators.

Chapter 13: Fun with Magnets

  • Magnetic and non-magnetic materials
  • Poles of magnet
  • Finding directions
  • Make your own magnet

Chapter 14: Water

  • How much water do we use?
  • Where do we get water from?
  • Water cycle
  • Back to the oceans
  • What if it rains heavily?
  • What happens if it does not
  • Rain for a long period?
  • How can we conserve water?
  • Rainwater harvesting

Chapter 15: Air Around us

  • Is air present everywhere around us?
  • What is air made up of?
  • How does oxygen become available to animals and plants living in water and soil?
  • How is the oxygen in the atmosphere replaced?

For Preparation of board exams students can also check out other resource material

CBSE Class 6 Science Question Papers

Important Questions for Class 6 Science Chapter Wise

Science Revision Notes for class 6

Previous Year Question Paper CBSE Class 6 Science

Why do one Children need Worksheets for Practice ?

Worksheets have become a driving force in today's CBSE curriculum in India. All the CBSE Schools in India use worksheets for the purposes of supporting studying, promoting active learning, raising interest in learning science, and assessment.Worksheets are very much useful in a number of ways in terms of academic achievement. For instance as supplements to NCERT and reference textbooks, worksheets are often used to add additional information for any particular class. Also on top of that, leaving blanks in worksheets are invitations for students to fill in gaps which act as an opportunity for knowledge construction. Well drafted questions and exercises in worksheets helps in drawing students interest. Furthermore, worksheets play a variety of functions in different contexts.

With the help of an effective and elaborative worksheet, students are able to understand how to attempt certain problems and solve them independently. Classroom studies are good, but as a student it is very imperative to know how much of the teachings has been grasped by the student, which can be tested only with the help of worksheets. If a student is unable to solve the worksheet in full it clearly indicates that he or she has missed some portion that was taught in the class and hence all those doubts can be cleared and moved forward without any backlog.

CBSE recommends that the best use of efficient worksheets is that they should be given as a part of home assignment and should includeeverything that was taught in the classroom. Giving out constructive worksheets as homework is an amazing way for the students to recap what they have learned once they are home, as well as a good way for the teachers to reiterate the concept they are trying to teach.

Worksheets are also an effective measurement tool for parents to gauge what their child has been taught in the school. Once they go through the content of the worksheet they understand what all points have been covered in the class and thereby they can take lead and engage their kids in better understanding and revision of the topics.

Worksheets give a fun approach in learning and it has been proven that with worksheets students tend to feel more involved and thus show interest in studies and grasping new things. It is this highly emphasised that worksheets should be designed in such a manner that students find the interest in solving and understand the fundamental concepts easily.

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