Class- 6 Science Annual Paper 2024

Class-6 Science Annual Paper 2024

Class- 6 Science Annual Paper 2024

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Subject: Science
Class: VI
Duration : 3 Hrs.                                                 Max. Marks  80
Class- 6 Science Annual Paper 2024 Answer Key Download Given Below
General Instructions:
o The question paper comprises of five sections – A, B, C, D,E (Total 54 questions).
o All questions in Section A and B are objective carrying questions of one mark
each comprising MCQ/ One word OR Case Study.
o Section C consists of Short Answer Type-I questions carrying two marks each.
o Section D consists of Short Answer Type-II questions carrying three marks each.
o Section E consists of Long Answer Type questions carrying five marks each.

(Section- A)                                                                                               (1×20=20)

Directions(Q.1- 14): Choose the correct option in the following questions:

Q1.       What is the SI unit of length?

            (a) Metre                                  (b) Second

            (c) Metre per second                  (d) None of these.

Q2.       Which of the following is a luminous object?

            (a) Pencil                                  (b) Chair          

            (c) Firefly                                 (d) Table

Q3.       Which of the following is a good conductor of electricity?

            (a) Rubber                                (b) Mica

            (c) Copper                                (d) Wood

Q4.       Which among the following is a biotic component of the environment?

            (a) Plants                                  (b) Animals

            (c) Microorganisms                   (d) All of these

Q5.       Who was the discoverer of the magnet?

            (a) Newton       (b) Einstein      (c) Aryabhatta  (d) Magnes

Q6.       The water in oceans cannot be used because__________.

            (a) it is salty                              (b) it is harmful

            (c) it is toxic                             (d) it is acidic

Q7.       The process of conversion of water into vapors is called________.

            (a) melting                               (b) evaporation

            (c) condensation                       (d) none of these

Q8.       Which of the following gas helps in burning? ,

            (a) Nitrogen                              (b) Oxygen      

            (c) Carbon dioxide                    (d) Carbon monoxide

Q9.       Smoke is produced mainly by burning__________.

            (a) wood                                   (b) coal

            (c) kerosene                              (d) all of these

Q10.     Shadows are formed when an _____object comes in the path of light.

            (a) Opaque                                (b) Transparent

            (c) Both (a) and (b)                    (d) None of these

Q11.     Plants with green and tender stems are called _________.

            (a) herbs           (b) climbers      (c) shrubs         (d) creepers

Q12.     Aquatic animals use the dissolved ____ in the water for respiration.

            (a) oxygen                                (b) nitrogen

            (c) carbon dioxide                     (d)argon

Q13.     Which of the following is an artificial magnet?

            (a) Bar magnet                          (b) Horse-shoe magnet

            (c) Disc-shaped magnet             (d) All of these

Q14.     Light always travels in ______ path.

            (a) straight                                (b) curved

            (c) triangular                            (d) None of these

Directions (Q.15-17): Name the following:

Q15.     Name the place where an organism lives.

Q16.     Name the process of getting rid of wastes by organisms.

Q17.     Give one example of a non-luminous object.

 Directions(Q.18 to 20): In each of the questions given below, there are two statements marked as Assertion (A) and Reason (R). Mark your answer as per the codes provided below:

(a)        Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.

(b)        Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.

(c)        A is true but R is false.

(d)        A is false but R is true.

(e)        Both A and R are false.

Q18.     Assertion (A): The Sun is a luminous object. 

            Reason (R):      During the daytime, its light allows us to see objects.

Q19.     Assertion (A):   Shadow is always colored.

            Reason (R):      It always gives us information about the shape of an object.

Q20.     Assertion (A):   Light can be reflected by the mirror. 

            Reason (R):      Mirror reflection gives us clear images.

(Section- B)                                                                                             (1× 15=15)

Directions(Q.21-25):-Answer the following questions based on the given paragraph, diagram, and concept taught in class.

One way of increasing water availability is to collect rainwater and store it for later use. Collecting rainwater in this way is called rainwater harvesting. The basic idea behind rainwater harvesting is “Catch water where it falls”. This rainwater can be used during times of water scarcity.

Here are two techniques of rainwater harvesting:-

  1. Rooftop rainwater harvesting: In this system, the rainwater is collected from the rooftop to a storage tank, through pipes. This water may contain soil from the roof and need filtering before it is used. Instead of collecting rainwater in the tank, the pipes can go directly into a pit in the ground. This water then seeps into the soil to recharge or refill the groundwater.
  2. Another option is to allow water to go into the ground directly from the roadside drains that collect rainwater.

Class- 6 Science Annual Paper 2024

Q21.     The basic idea behind rainwater harvesting is_______.

            (a) “Catch water where it falls” 

            (b) “Conserve water where it falls”

            (c) “Save water”                       

            (d) None of these

Q22.     Which of the following is a technique of collecting rainwater?

            (a) Rainwater harvesting           (b) Centrifugation

            (c) Sublimation                         (d) None of these

Q23.     In which of the following rainwater harvesting techniques is water stored and collected in tanks?

            (a) Rooftop rainwater harvesting  (b) Roadside drains

            (c) Both (a) and (b)                    (d) None of these

Q24.     How many methods of rainwater harvesting are mentioned in the given paragraph?

            (a) One             (b) Two            (c) Three           (d) Four

Q25.     Why should people implement rainwater harvesting?

            (a) In order to play with the water

            (b) In order to use water during scarcity of water

            (c) In order to pour the rainwater directly into the sewage

            (d) In order to time pass

Directions(Q.26-30):-Answer the following questions based on the given paragraph, diagram, and concept taught in class.

The layer of gases surrounding the earth is called the atmosphere. It is a thin blanket of air that gives us oxygen to breathe and protects us from the harmful rays of the sun. The following diagram represents the composition of various gases in the air.

Class- 6 Science Annual Paper 2024

Q26.     The composition of “ nitrogen gas” in the atmosphere is___.

            (a) 21% (b) 78% (c) 1%              (d) 0.01%

Q27.     The composition of “argon gas” in the atmosphere is____.

            (a) 21% (b) 78% (c) 1%              (d) 0.9%

Q28.     The composition of “oxygen gas” in the atmosphere is_____.

            (a) 21% (b) 78% (c) 1%              (d) 0.01%

Q29.     The two gases which together make up about 99 percent of the air are________.

            (a) nitrogen and carbon dioxide

            (b) nitrogen and ozone

            (c) nitrogen and oxygen

            (d) carbon dioxide and oxygen

Q30.     The layer of gases surrounding the earth is called the______________.

            (a) atmosphere                          (b) hydrosphere

            (c) Both (a) and (b)                    (d) None of these

Directions(Q.31-35): Answer the following questions on the basis of the diagram and concept taught in class.

Fig. A

Fig.B

 Fig.C                                    

Fig.D

Fig. E

Q31.     Identify the type of motion exhibited by the ‘fan’ given in “Fig A”.

            (a) Circular       (b) Linear         (c) To and fro    (d) Both (a) and (b)

Q32.     Identify the type of motion exhibited by ‘car’ given in “Fig.B”.

            (a) Circular       (b) Linear         (c) To and fro    (d) None of these

Q33.     Identify the type of motion exhibited by the ‘pendulum of watch’ given in “Fig C”.

            (a) Periodic       (b) Linear         (c) To and fro    (d) Both (a) and (b)

Q34.     Identify the type of motion exhibited by ‘swing’ given in “Fig D”.

            (a) Circular       (b) Linear         (c) To and fro    (d) None of these

Q35.     Identify the type of motion exhibited by “strings of guitar” given in “Fig.E”.

            (a) Circular       (b) Linear         (c) To and fro    (d) None of these

(Section-C)

Short Answer Type-I    (Do any five)                                      

Q36      Which of the things in the following list are living and nonliving?           (2)

             Plough, Radio, Birds, Earthworm                                              

Q37.     The height of a person is 1.65 m. Express it into cm and mm.      (2)

Q38.     Distinguish between taproot and fibrous root.                            (2)

Q39.     Using the “conduction tester” on an object, the bulb began

            to glow. Is that object a conductor or an insulator? Explain.         (2)

Q40.     Take out a cooled bottle of water from the refrigerator and keep it on a table.

            After some time you notice a few droplets of water around it. Why?        (2)

Q41.     List two activities that are possible due to the presence of air.      (2)

Q42.     Give two examples of modes of transport used on land and water.       (2)

(Section- D) Short Answer Type-II (Do any five)                           

Q43.     (a) Name the part of the plant that produces food. Name the process by   

                 which food is produced.                                                         (2)

             (b) If a plant has fibrous roots, what type of venation its leaves have?    (1)

Q44.     List any three common characteristics of living things.          (3)

Q45.     Define:

            (a) Transparent objects                                                              (1)

            (b) Translucent objects                                                              (1)

            (c) Opaque objects                                                                    (1)

Q46.     Draw a well-labeled diagram of an electric torch.                       (3)

Q47.     Write any three adaptations of Camel.                            (3)

Q48.     You are given an iron strip. How will you convert it into a magnet?         (3)

Q49.     How do plants and animals help each other exchange gases in the

            atmosphere?                                                                             (3)

(Section- E) 

Long Answer Type (Do any four)                                           

Q50.     (a) Draw a well-labeled diagram of the flower.                                (3)

            (b) What is the function of a stem? (Any two)                              (2)

Q51.     (a) Draw a neat diagram of an open circuit.                                (3)

            (b) What is the purpose of using an electric switch? Name some electrical

                 gadgets that have switches built into them.                            (2)

Q52.     (a) Define the water cycle.                                                              (1)

            (b) Draw a well-labelled diagram of the water cycle.             (4)

Q53.     (a) Distinguish between magnetic and non-magnetic material.     (2)

            (b) Write any two properties of a magnet.                                   (2)

            (c) Where are the poles of a bar magnet located?                              (1)

Q54.     (a) Name any two sources of fresh water.                                   (2)

            (b) To clean their spectacles, people often breathe out on glasses to make

                 them wet. Explain why the glasses become wet.                    (2)

            (c) When does a drought occur?                                                 (1)

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