St. Francis Convent School, Kartarpur.Punjab.

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Class 6 Physics

G: Give Reasons:

1.Ans: Light can travel through the space because light do

    not require any medium to travel.

2. Ans: We can not see light through a bent rubber tube

            because light travels in a straight line.

3. Ans: Shadow formed behind the opaque object     

because the opaque object do not let the light to pass through them.



H: Differentiate Between the following:


1. Ans: Umbra: The central dark region of the shadow

         where no light reaches at all called Umbera.

   Penumbra: The partial dark region around the

umbra where some light reaches is called penumbra.


2. Ans:


Pinhole camera image


1.   The colour of the image is same as the colour of the object.

1.   The shadow of the object is always black.

2.   The size of the image is always smaller than the object.

2. The shadow of the object

    may be larger or smaller

     than the object 

         3. Ans:


Solar eclipse

Lunar eclipse

   1. When the moon comes in           between the earth and the           sun the solar eclipse           formed.

 1. When the earth comes in

      between the sun and the

      moon the lunar eclipse


  2. Moon castes its shadow on


2. Earth castes its shadows on

    the moon.


I. Short Answer questions:


1. Ans: one of the Properties of light is that it always travels in

              straight line.


2. Ans: Applications of rectilinear propagation of light:

             1. Sun rays reaches to the earth.

             2. Image formed in a pinhole camera

             3. Shadow formation


3. Ans: Characteristics of the image formed by the pinhole


                1. Image formed having same colour as the colour of

            the object.

        2. Size of the image is always smaller than the size of



4. Ans: Shadow formed when opaque object is put in the path

     of light called principal of shadow formation.



 5. Ans: Three things essential for shadow formation are:

             1. Opaque object

             2. Source of light

             3. Screen on which shadow formed


6. Ans: Two regions of shadow formation are:

              1. Darke region called Umbera

              2. Partially dark region called Penumbra

7. Ans: (a)Natural pinhole camera: Small patches of sunlight

               through the leaves of plant on the ground.

             (b) Shadow: Solar and lunar eclipses

8. Ans:    Take three identical cardboards and label them as A, B, C. Make holes at the centre of each cardboard. Fix the cardboards in a straight line with the help of clay. Take a burning candle and put it near the hole of cardboard A. Try to see the burning candle through the hole of cardboard C. You will be able to see the burning candle. Now place the cardboard B in such a way that all cardboards are not in the straight line. Now again try to see the candle light, this time you will not be able to see the candle light. This activity shows that light travels in a straight line.




9. Ans: Working of a pinhole camera

Place a luminous object such as a burning wick (XY) of the candle in      front of the pinhole, an inverted picture X’Y’ of the wick is obtained on the wax paper. This picture is called the image.

The image obtained is inverted.

Such an image is formed because the light travels in a straight path. Hence, light from the upper point X of the wick passes through the pinhole and strikes the wax paper at X’.
Similarly, light from the lower point Y of the wick passes through the pinhole and strikes the wax paper (or screen) at Y'.

When light from all other points between X and Y passes through the pinhole they strike the wax between X' and Y'. Hence, an inverted image is formed on the wax paper.



10. Ans: Diagram from the book.

11. Ans: Diagrams from the book.

12. Ans: Lunar eclipse occur when earth comes in between the sun and the moon. The shadow of earth falls on the moon. Lunar eclipse can full or partial.


Class 6 Mathematics Ch 4

Exercise 4.1

Q1) 7×(15+5)

= 7×20

= 140

Q2) 6+3of7-5

= 6+3×7-5

= 6+21-5

= 27-5

= 22

Q3) 20+21÷3×2

= 20+7×2

= 20+14

= 34

Q4) 17+(8-5)×5

= 17+3×5

= 17+15

= 32

Q5) 25-48÷6+12×2

= 25-8+12×2

= 25-8+24

= 49-8

= 41

Q6) 7+(6×5+3)

= 7+(30+3)

= 7+33

= 40

Q7) 3+6÷3×2

= 3+2×2

= 3+4

= 7

Q8) 5×3-12÷4+8

= 5×3-3+8

= 15-3+8

= 23-3

= 20

Q9) 5×4-2×3+16÷4

= 5×4-2×3+4

= 20-6+4

= 24-6

= 18

Q10) 30-(5×2-15)

= 30-(10-15)

= 30-(-5)

= 30+5

= 35

Q11) 6-{5×3-(4-3)×16÷(-4)}

= 6-{5×3-1×16÷(-4)}

= 6-{5×3-1×(-4)}

= 6-{5×3+4}

= 6-{15+4}

= 6-19

= -13

Q12) [12÷(3of2-3)-9(5-4) ]

= [12÷(3×2-3)-9×1]

= [12÷(6-3)-9]

= [12÷3-9]

= [4-9]

= -5

Exercise 4.3

Q2 to Q7 is in the syllabus and already done in the class.

Exercise 4.4

Only Q3 is in the syllabus and will be done later in the class.


Class – 6


Class – 6

Chapter 3  ( English Novel)

The whip


A Fill ups

1.    Trust

2.    Mud

3.     Wheels

4.    Living

5.    Vicar

6.    Railway

What do you think

1.    John began to teach Joe more and more about horses . Joe worked hard and learned quickly. John began to trust Joe . He allowed Joe to take a letter to a gentleman’s house and ride Black beauty.

2.     Yes , Joe is right to go and talk to Mr clay about the cruel cart driver . The cart driver was hitting the horses hard with the whip. Sweat was dripping from their legs and sides . They were not able to pull the heavy cart out of the mud.

I would also have done the same thing.

3.    They all felt very sad .

Once I had also faced the same situation . We had constructed a new house in the city and I and my family had to shift there for our good education . But it was very sad and painful to leave the old place where I had so many friends and loving neighbours.

Language practice


1 ans. Knocked

2. Began

3. Dropped

4. Shook

5. Move


1. Hits

2. Wishes

3. Bricks

4. Mud

5. Sure

Guess the meaning

1.    Fashion – Style of dressing

2.    Proud – Self pride, arrogant

3.    Unfriendly – not polite

4.    Bad temper – impatient, often angry

5.    Rows – to fight

6.    Landed -to arrive

7.    Lonely – unhappy

8.    Ruined – to damage

Class -6 Chapter -5  (English literature)

   India at play


A  . Match the following.

1.Kith-Kith – Escargot

2.Chaturanga - Chess

3.Bhima – Wrestler

4.Independence day – kite flying

5.Dandi Biyo – Gilli danda

B. Complete these sentences

1 ans. Dangals

2 ans. Holding the breath

3 ans. Gilli danda

C. Answer these questions.

1 ans. In ancient times  it was played on raths or chariots and so was known as the rathera.

2 ans. Abhimanyu the character of mahabharata is the inspiration behind the game of kabaddi .

Abhimanyu got trapped in a chakravyuh created by his enemies. In the same way Kabaddi is a game were a player raids the opposing team tries  to touch an opponent and returns to his team.

3 ans. Celebration of Makar Sankranti and independence day.

4 ans. An Indian king sent a chaturanga board to the king of Persia from where the game spread to the rest of the world .

D. Think and answer

1ans. The traditional games are a significant part of our cultural heritage . We play them to exercise our body and mind , to test our agility and skill and have fun . These games also contain in them the spirit of our history . They carry forward our legacy and give us our identity.

2 ans. Games have been a part of life in India since time immemorial. Many games have originated in India and some are being reinvented today . The pro kabaddi league has brought kabaddi out of the shadows, while the IPL has doubled the enthusiasm for cricket.

 We rarely think of games such as Kith – Kith (stapoo) , Gilli danda.  They are not much popular these days . These games do not boast of having sports stars though they have been with us for centuries.

Word study

E. Name of sports

1 ans. Gymnastics

2 ans. Basketball

3. Cricket

4. Badminton

5. Chess

6. Billiards

7. Tennis

8. Cards

 F. Fill in the blanks

1. Summer sault

2. Stalement

3. Shuffle

4. Cues

5. Dunked

6. Ace

7. Shuttle

8. Crease

Grammar study

G .


2. Countable

3. Uncountable

4. Uncountable

5. Countable

6. Countable

7. Uncountable

8. Uncountable

H. Insert the or ×

1.  the  ,   the

2. ×

3. the  , ×

4. ×

5. ×

6. the  ,  the

7. ×

I cross word


3. Dollop

6. Bar

7. Metre



2. Glass

4. Piece

5. Game

Class 6 English  WORKBOOK

Chapter 1     Ex A. 


1.     The sky’s the limit

2.     Breathing fire

3.     Died laughing

4.     Sleeps like a log

5.     Go on forever


Ex. B


1.     By any means

2.     In writing

3.     Repeatedly

4.     Besides

 Ex :C











  Ex: D

1.     Article/adj.

2.     Verb/adj.

3.     Verb

4.     Noun

5.     Adverb

6.     Pronoun

7.     Adverb/adverb

8.     Prep.  

9.     Prep.

10. Pronoun

11. Verb

12. Adj.

13. Conj.

14. Adj.

15. Adj.

16. Noun

Fill ups

1        Heavy

2        Towards

3        Boy

4        Her

5        Beautifully

6        Drive/ride

7        Because

8        Near/at

9        Although


Chapter 2 (Malala)



1.     A  ray of hope  

2.     Clouded with

3.     Backbone

4.     Swollen headed

5.     Explodes

6.     Danced

7.     Twilight

8.     Shelved


Ex: B


Rhyming words: forbidden – hidden

Thrive – survive


Rhyming  pattern: a a b b


 Grammar study:


Ex:C is your Homework.



Chapter 5 (India at play)




1.     Avid

2.     Keen

3.     Fervour

4.     Passionate

5.     Baffled



Match the following :



1.     C

2.     D

3.     B

4.     A





2.     We should not listen to the music on high pitch.

3.     I eat the rice in a bowl.

4.     That track is not for car parking

5.     A volley of questions greeted her from all sides.




1.     C

2.     C

3.     U

4.     U

5.     U

6.     U

7.     C

8.     U

9.     C

10. U





Fill ups

1.     Saplings

2.     Air

3.     Water

4.     Sugar

5.     Medals

6.     Players






1.     Tick

2.     Tick

3.     Tick /wrong

4.     Tick/Tick

5.     Wrong/wrong

6.     Tick/wrong


                                          CH – 2 (COMPUTER LANGUAGES)

1.     Tick the correct answer.

a.      Program

b.      Machine language

c.       Assembly language

d.      BASIC

2.     True and False.

a.      False

b.      True

c.       False

d.      True

3.     Fill in the blanks.

a.      Machine

b.      Assembler

c.       Fifth

d.      Java

e.      Web

f.        HTML and Java

4.     Write the full form of the following.

a.      BASIC- Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.

b.      PROLOG- Programming Logic

c.       COBOL- Common Business Oriented Language

d.      FORTRAN- Formula Translation

5.     Answer in 1-2 sentences.

a.      What is a program?

Ans. A program is a set of instructions given to a computer to get a particular task done.

b.      What is a computer language?

Ans. A computer language is a special language understood by the computers. It consists of a set of words, symbols, and codes that is used to write a computer program.



c.       Who are programmers and what is their work?

Ans. The people who can write programs are called programmers. Their work is to develop codes for program.

d.      What do you mean by source program?

Ans. Source program is a program which must be translated into machine language for the computer to understand it.

e.      What is the role of Assembler?

Ans. An Assembler is a program used to translate assembly language into machine language so that the computer can understand it.

f.        What is a language processor?

Ans. A language processor is a software that converts source program into machine language because a computer does not understand the program written in HLL or assembly language.  

6.     Answer Briefly.

a.      How will you classify programming languages?

Ans. Programming languages are classified into two major categories:

1.      Low Level Language (LLL)

(i)                  Machine Language         (ii)        Assembly Language

2.      High Level Language (HLL)

(i)                  Procedural Language     (ii)  Non-procedural     (iii)   Natural Language


b.      Differentiate between Procedural and Non-procedural programming languages.

Ans. Procedural Language- A procedural language is also called a third-generation language (3GL). In this language, the Programmer writes instructions that tell the computer what to do and how to do it.

Non-procedural language- A non-procedural language is also called a fourth-generation language (4GL). In this language, the programmer only specifies what the program should do without explaining how.

c.       How is Machine Language different from Assembly Language?

Ans.  Machine Language- A machine language, also called first-generation language, is a language directly understood by a computer without any translation. It refers to 0s and 1s that a computer can understand as instructions.

Assembly Language- Assembly language, also called second-generation language, is also a low-level programming language. A program written in assembly language uses short sequence of letters called Mnemonic codes such as ADD for addition, MUL for multiplying.

d.      Differentiate between compiler and interpreter.

Ans. Compiler- A compiler converts HLL program into machine language. It converts the entire HLL program into machine language.

Interpreter- Interpreter also converts HLL into machine language. It converts one line of program at a time. It displays the error one line at a time and goes to the next line only after correction of that error.


1.     Tick the correct answer.

a.      Table

b.      AutoFormat

c.       Cell

d.      Left

e.      Macro 

2.     True and False.

a.      True

b.      False

c.       False

d.      True

e.      True

3.     Fill in the blanks.

a.      Microsoft Word

b.      Alt+N+T+I  and Alt+N+T+D

c.       Dashed

d.      Split cells

e.      Triple-click

4.     Answer in 1-2 sentences.

a.      What is MS-Word?

Ans.  Microsoft Word is a full-featured word processing program. It allows us to create and manipulate documents, containing text and sometimes graphics.

b.      What is a Table?

Ans. Table is a way of organizing information into rows and columns. We can easily re-arrange rows and columns or format the content of a table.

c.       What do you mean by a cell?

Ans. Cell refers to the intersection of a row and a column in the table. We can insert all types of data in cells, including text and graphics.

d.      Why do we need to select cells?

Ans. We need to select table cells, rows and columns in a table to perform editing tasks, and apply formatting to all the selected areas of the table.

e.      Why do we combine cells in a table?

Ans. We can combine two or more cells in our table to create one large cell. Combining cells is useful when we want to display a title across the top or the down side of our table.

f.        Write down the shortcut .keys to move the insertion point from cell to cell in a table.

Ans. 1. Tab key - To move to the next cell.

                    2.   Shift+Tab – To move to the previous cell.

                    3.  Arrow keys – To move one cell in the arrow’s direction.

                     4.   Click on the cell in which we want to type.

5. Answer Briefly.

a. What are the three ways to create a table in MS-Word?

Ans.  Creating a Table – 1. Click on the document where we want to insert table.

2  Click on the Insert tab.

3  Click on Table button.

4  Drag mouse pointer to select number of rows and columns in table.

Insert a Quick Table - 1. Click on the document where we want to insert table.

2  Click on the Insert tab.

3  Click on Table button.

4  Click on Quick Tables.

Draw a Table - 1. Click on the document where we want to insert table.

2  Click on the Insert tab.

3  Click on Table button.

4  Click on Draw Table.

b. What is the purpose of aligning the text in a cell?

Ans. We can enhance the appearance of our table by changing the position of the text in cells. Word tables alignment options include the basic left, right, center and justify alignments as well as vertical alignments. By default, Word aligns our table text to the left inside each cell.

c. Why do we use various table styles?

Ans. We can format our table by assigning the formatting styles that are designed specifically for tables. Table styles offer a variety of designs that includes shading and coloring, borders and fonts, etc.

d.   How will you convert tables to text?

Ans.  1. Save the document .

2  Select the table we want to convert. This activates the Table Tools ribbon.

3  Click on Layout tab, and on the  right end choose Convert to Text.

e.  Differentiate between splitting cell in a table and splitting table.

Ans. Splitting Cell in a Table – We can split one cell into two or more cells in our table. We can even split cells into columns and rows.

Splitting a Table – We can split one table into two tables if we want to enter a significant amount of information in one table.


Class 6  Chemistry Chapter 1

2Q.Define the following terms: chemistry-It deals with the study of the structure, properties, composition, reactions and preparation of carbon containing compounds which are present mainly in living things. 

2.central science- chemistry is sometimes called the central science because  it's so important to other fields of science, like biology, geology, astronomy, physics, medicine and engineering, etc. 


3.Preservatives-Substances  added to food to slow down or prevent the growth of microorganisms . 


3Q. Answer the following questions in short:

 1Q. What is chemistry? 

 Ans. It is the branch of science which deals with the study  of substances, their structure, composition and properties. 

2Q. Name four items of  daily____ knowledge of chemistry. 

  Ans. 1.Medicines 2.Food 3.Cosmetics 4.Clothing.


3 Ans. Inorganic chemistry- It deals with the study of the synthesis, structure and properties of compounds of elements in non-living materials like rocks, soil, etc. 


 Organic chemistry-It deals with the study of the structures and properties, composition, reactions, and preparation of carbon containing compounds which are mainly present in living things. 


4 Ans.Bunsen burner is used to heat substances in a laboratory. 


5 Ans. Chemistry is called the central science because it's so important to other fields of sciences, like biology, geology, 

astronomy, physics, medicine, engineering, etc. 


4Q.Answer the following questions in details:


1Ans. Agriculture- chemistry has helped in various ways by use of chemical compounds that are as follows:


Fertilisers-It is added to the soil

to improve the fertility of the soil. Examples:Urea, potassium

Sulphate, etc. 


Insecticides-It is used for killing insect that infect and destroy 

crops. Example:BHC, DDT, Nicotine, etc. 


Fungicides-It is used for destroying fungi, which destroy crops.

Example: copper sulphate Pentahydrate and



Herbicides-It is used for killing weeds which grow along with

 the crops. Example:Glyphosate and Simazine. 


2 Ans. The main five branches of Chemistry and their scopes 


  1.Analytical chemistry-It is art and science of determining what matter is made of, it's percentage composition and  how much of it exists. 


  2.Biochemistry-It deals with the study of chemical processes of living organisms. 


  3.Inorganic chemistry-It deals with the study of the synthesis, reactions, structures and properties of compound of elements. 

 4.Organic chemistry-It deals with the study of structure, properties, composition, reactions and preparation of carbon containing compounds. 


 5.Physical chemistry-It deals with the relations between the physical properties of substances and their chemical composition and transformation . 


3Ans. 1.Follow all written and verbal instructions carefully. 

2.Never work alone in the laboratory. 

3.Always wear a lab coat, goggles and gloves in the laboratory. 

4.Perform only those experiment given by your teacher. 

5.Never taste or inhale odorous chemical or solution without the instructor's permission. 

6. Keep your hands away from your face, eyes, mouth and body  while using chemicals or lab equipments. 


4Ans1.Cosmetics-Cosmetics are substances or products used to enhance or alter the appearance or fragrance of the body. 

2.Chemicals-Chemicals are also used to perform various diagnostic tests such as blood tests, urine tests, etc. 

3.Medicines-Medicines like antiseptics and disinfectants are used for curing the patients. 

4.Food and agriculture-Contribution of chemistry has helped agriculture in various ways by use of chemical compounds that are fertilisers, insecticides, fungicides and herbicides. 

Most of the foods are also obtained through various chemical processes, refined oils, butter,cheese,etc.Some methods of food preservatives are canning, freezing, pickling, etc. 


5Ans.Alchemists believed they could refine base metals such as iron into precious metals such as gold if they could just find the mythical substance they called Philosopher's stone. 

The philosopher's stone  they searched  for wasn't an actual rock. Instead, it was supposedly a magical wax, liquid or powder that could heal ailments and prolong life, as well as change  base metals into precious metals.. 


Think critically

1.State the functions of the following apparatus:

a. Beaker-It is used for holding or measuring small quantities of liquids. 

b. Measuring cylinder-It is used for measuring volumes of liquids. 

c. Retort-It is used in distillation experiment. 

d. Flask- It is used to store or heat the liquid substances. 

e. Test tube-It is used to heat small quantities of liquids or mix different liquids. 


Diagram-based Question

1.Name the following apparatus and give one function of each. 

a. Conical flask. 

 It is used is used for mixing of different solutions. 

b. Beehive shelf. 

It is used for collecting gases by the downward displacement of water. 

c. Wire gauze. 

It helps to spread the flame uniformly. 

d. Thistle funnel. 

It is used to allow entry of reactant into a flask. 


2.Complete the following flow chart. 

Complete the flow chart from 

Fig. 1.3 on page no-3. 

Class 6th    English language        Chapter 7


Ex A:

Choose the correct option.

 1. Masculine gender

2. Both

 B.  Write the opposite gender


1.     Queen

2.     Peahen

3.     Duchess

4.     Horse

5.     Vixen

6.     Actress

7.     Priestess

8.     Bridegroom

9.     Milkmaid

10. Widower


C. Rewrite the following sentence


1. Prince

2. Bitch/cock

3. Actress

4. Headmistress

5. Tigress/lion/fox

6. Empress

7. Uncle

8. Inspector

9. Huntress /duck

10. Poetess/authoress

 Ex D is the Homework for students.


Ex. E

1.     Vixen

2.     Niece

3.     Empress

4.     Sow


Ex.  F is the Homework for the students.


  Chapter: 10

 Ex. A


1.     Third

2.     Emphatic pronoun


Ex. B


1.     Whose

2.     Who

3.     That

4.     Whom

5.     Which


Ex. C

1.     me

2.     something

3.     nothing

4.     anything

5.     me


Ex. D

1.     What

2.     Which

3.     Which

4.     What

5.     Whose


Ex. E

Join sentences using relative pronoun

1.     We met the sailors whose ship was wrecked.

2.     This is the man whose wife was killed in accident.

3.     The thief who stole my laptop has been arrested.

4.     I  know the brave boy whom the class teacher punished.

5.     The man who was killed in an accident was the father of a friend of mine.


Ex. F

Fill with “self” form:

1.     itself

2.     yourself

3.     themselves

4.     yourself

5.     themselves


Ex G

Choose the correct pronoun

1.     herself

2.     him

3.     me

4.     us

5.     him/he/them


Ex. H


Pronoun                 Kind

1.     himself         Reflexive

2.      him             Personal

3         Me/Whom   Personal /          Relative

4        That              Relative

5        What/you     Interrogative/personal


Ex I : is your Homework.


  Class VI  - Biology  - Chapter 1


Ex F-Give one important difference between the following

1.Parallel venation:

Veins are arranged in parallel rows to each other.e.g Banana,grass


Reticulate venation:

Veins are irregularly distributed without a definite pattern.e.g



2.simple leaf:

A simple leaf has single,undivided leaf blade.

E.g Chinarose


Compound leaf:

A compound leaf has a leaf blade that is divided into many parts called leaflets.

E.g Rose



Thin,wiry and spiral structures that help a plant to climb by taking support are called tendrils.


Thin and pointed structures used by the plants for defense and to reduce transpiration are called spines.


Ans1-Photosynthesis occurs in a lamina of a leaf.


Ans2-Leaves are modified into spines in a cactus plant.


Ans3-The structure that helps a pea plant to climb is tendrils.


Ans4-Pitcher plant is an insectivorous plant.In a pitcher plant:

(a)Main pitcher is a modified leaf lamina.

(b)Lid is a modified leaf apex.

(c)Coiled part of pitcher is a modified petiole.


Ans5-China rose leaf is a simple leaf because the leaf blade is undivided but rose leaf is a compound leaf as its leaf blade is divided into many leaflets.


Ans6-Arrangements of veins in a leaf is called venation.


Ans7-E.g of parallel venation-banana,grass.

E.g of reticulate venation- peepal, mango.


Ans8-In a Bryophyllum leaf,buds appear along the margin of the leaf that give rise to a new plant.

ExH- Hots:


Ans1If we cover the leaves of a plant with a polythene bag and keep it in sunlight and water it regularly,we will observe water droplets on the inner side of the polythene bag  due to transpiration by the leaves.

No,the leaves will not be able to carry out photosynthesis as the leaves will not get the carbondioxide.


Ans2-Leaves wilt during the afternoon in bright sunlight because the rate of transpiration is very high.Water is needed to revive them


Note:fig 1.1,1.2,1.3,1.6,1.7 must be drawn in the classwork copy.


Class 6 – History – chapter - 3

 Chapter 3

I. Tick the correct answer

1.  C

2.  B

3.  B

4.  A

5.  A

II. Fill ups

1.  Pharaoh

2.  Mummification

3.  Pyramids

4.  Wheat and bread

5.  Agriculture


1. T

2. F

3. T

4. T

5. F

IV. Matching




V. Q/ As

1. What was the position of the king in the Egyptian society?

Ans. The king had unlimited powers and was the political and religious head of his people. He was called the Pharaoh. He was considered to be God's representative on earth, and his statues were installed in the temples. The people worshipped him as a God.

2. Mention the contribution of ancient Egyptians in the filed of astronomy?

Ans-   the solar calender has been one of the greatest achievements of the Egyptians. They observed that the star Sirius appeared on the horizon when the floods reached Cairo and this happened after every 365 days. It inspired them to make the first known calendar of 365 days in a year of 12 months, each of 30 days.

3. Why is the Egyptian civilization called the gift of Nile?

Ans_ Without the river Nile , Egypt would have been a desert . There is hardly any rainfall in Egypt . Egypt is therefore called the “ Gift of Nile " .

4.  Describe the important features of Egyptian art and architecture.

Ans-- They developed the art of preserving the body to great perfection a process called mummification.Pyramids, Sphinx and temples at Karnak and Abu Simbel are the examples of Egyptian architecture sculpture.

5.   What do you mean by the term hieroglyphics? Explain its features also.

Ans--- The Egyptians developed a kind of picture writing known as hieroglyphic, which means holy writing.


1.Pictures and signs represented their ideas. 2.It had about 500 signs. 3.The Egyptians used pens made of reed. Ink was made of gum and soot.


Class 6 History civics – chapter 4


I. Tick the correct answer.

1.  D

2.  C

3.  B

4.  B

5.  A

II. Fill ups

1. Urban

2. Sahiwal

3. Indus

4. Great granary

5. Bronze

6. Burnt


III. Matching.






IV. Q/As

1. Who discovered the Indus valley civilization and when?

Ans- In 1921 an Indian archaeologist, Mr Daya Ram Sahni, discovered the ruins of the city of Harappa. In 1922 Dr Rakhal Das Bannerjee discovered the ruins of Mohenjodaro the Larkana district of Sind.

2. Name the different sites of Indus valley civilization.

Ans-  Lothal, Kalibangan, Banawali, Sutkagendor, Alamgirpur, Dholavira.

3. Describe the town planning and drainage system of the indus valley civilization.

Ans-  Town planning:-

The cities of Harappa and i.Mohenjodaro were divided into two parts, citadel and lower town.

ii.The smaller streets joined the main road at right angles. iii.The streets had lamp-posts.

Drainage system:-

The street drains were covered with stone slabs or bricks and had manholes at regular intervals.

4. Describe the great bath. where has it been found? What was it used for?

Ans-  the Great -Bath is a rectangular structure resembling a swimming pool. It is example of beautiful brickwork. It has been found at Mohenjodaro. It was used for religious bathing.

5. Describe the religion of Indus valley civilization.

Ans- Religion:-

people worshipped Mother Goddess and Pashupati. They also worshipped pipal tree and animals such as the humped bull.

6. Name three social classes of the indus valley civilization.

Ans- The ruling class consisted of rich merchants and the priests. They lived in the Citadel. The second class or group was of small merchants, artisans and craftsmen. They lived in the lower town. The labourers formed the third group and lived in outer limits of the city.

7. What were the probable causes which could have brought about an abrupt end to the indus valley civilization?

Ans-  Decline of the Civilisation : destroyed by invaders • natural calamities such as, earthquakes, floods, epidemic • Indus might have changed its course.

V. Give reasons

a. Carried on trade with mesothelioma.

Ans- because trade was carried on from the port of Lothal. Here big dockyard has been discovered.

b. Produced surplus grains.

Ans- because granaries were discovered at Mohenjodaro and Harappa.

c. Had an idea of metallurgy.

Ans-  because bronze figures of dancing girl and bearded man were discovered.


Class 6 – Maths – chapter 11


Exercise 11.1


1)True    2)False  3)False  4)True  5)False  6)True    7)True


1)two   2)dot(.)  3)collinear points  4)parallel lines  5)length,breadth,thickness  6)definite  7)length  


1)collinear    2)not collinear   3)not collinear        4)not collinear   5)collinear


1)Plane    2)Plane     3)Point

4)Line segment         5)Plane


1)Infinite lines    2)Only one line

3)None                4)Only one line


1)Intersecting lines

2)Parallel lines

3)Intersecting rays

4)Parallel lines


Exercise 11.2

Q1)1,2,4 are plane closed figures


1)three    2)four,closed      3)rectangle

4)two       5)90



2)chess board,carrom board



1)Crossing of railway track,scissors

2)railway track,ladder

3)grid paper,floor tiles


1)True    2)True    3)True    4)True


Q6)Lines l and o are perpendicular to line AB.


1)p and q , l and m

2)p and q perpendicular to l

    p and q perpendicular to m


  Class 6  English Literature

 Chapter -2  Malala


A.    Answer these questions.

1 ans. Courage and kindness will always survive.

2 ans. The lines mean that we realise the importance of light when we see darkness . We also realise the importance of our voices when we are silenced.

3 ans. (a) Malala says these lines.

(b) This shows that Malala was a brave girl . She raised her voice because she knew the importance of education.

4 ans. She started her blog to share her thoughts and educate people how to fight for their rights . She started working towards girl education in Muslim countries.

5 ans. Malala is a known person all over the world . People liked her powerful messages about injustice and the struggle to overcome it.


Answer. Malala spoke up for girls right to education , even blogging about her experience living under the Muslim conditions . She won Nobel Peace Prize . She believed in the words “Believe in love . Make your heart beautiful.

  Word study



Literal meaning

Symbolic meaning



Hope, goodness


Flash of light

To kindle inspiration





An organ of body

Love, care





Space around the earth

Height of success


D.   Rhyming Words

1.Forbidden – hidden

2. Thrive – survive

3. Heart – start

4. Consternation – education

5. Dreams – screams

6. Choice – voice

7. Cry – sky


 Grammar study

E  Tick the once that are sentences

1 . The box of chalks near the board.   ×

2. Ruma saw frogs in the pond.           

3. The class room on the third floor.   ×

4. Sasha smiles.                                       

5. When will grandpa visit us.            

6. My aunt who is a doctor.                ×

7. Meet the librarian after school hours.

8. The  sun rises.                                  ×



1. a . Our teacher teach us science very nicely. ( statement)

b. What is the name of the teacher who teach you science? ( question)

c. Techer please teach us science  today.(request)

d. How nicely our teacher teach us science ! (Exclamation)

2. a. The children are planting the saplings. ( statement)

b. Did the children plant the saplings? (Question)

c. The children must plant the saplings. (command)

d. How nicely the children planted the saplings!  ( exclamation)

3. a. We saw an interesting match. ( statement)

b. Did we saw an interesting match last month? ( question)

c. We must see the interesting match.  (Command)

d. What an interesting match we saw! ( exclamation)

G. Change into questions.

1. Did the teacher encourage me to do well?

2. Is Deepa Malik the first Indian woman to win a medal in Paralympic Games?

3. Has Radhika gone to sleep?

4. Will your mother know the answer?

5.Has  Sushil read another story by Kenneth Graham?

H. Change into request.

1. Can you please pass me some salt.

2. Can you meet me in the conference room at 4:00 p.m..

3. Please talk softly in the hospital.

4. Could you please hold this parcel for me.

5. Please add some sugar to sweeten the curd.


Geography class 6   Chapter 2  Landforms

1.     Fill in the blanks

A)  Erosion

B)   Mount Everest

C)   Fold

D)  Block mountain

E)   Volcanic


2.Match the following

A)       3

b)        6

c)        7

d)        1

e)        2

f)         5

g)       4

3. write T for true and F for false

 a) T

b) F

c) F

d) F

g) T

4.choose the correct answers

a) 4

b) 2

c) 2

d) 3

e) 1

f) 2

5. Answer the following in brief

                    Ans.A. A natural feature of the Earth’s surface is called Landforms. Mountains, plains,    valleys, plateaus, deserts and islands.

                    Ans.B. A mountain formed by natural faults in the Earth’s crust are called block mountains.

                    Ans.C. Volcanic mountains are formed due to volcanic—Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa.

                   Ans.D. A plateau is a type of landform that is a raised area of land with a flat top.e.g.-The Deccan plateau in India.

                   Ans.E. Volcanoes is an opening in the Earth’s crust through which lava, volcanic ash and gases escape on the earth surface, when the ash and lava cools it builds a cone of rock called volcanic mountain.

                   Ans.F. Mountains are a storehouse of water because many rivers originate from the glaciers which are formed in mountains.


6. Answer the following in detail

Ans (a) The different kinds of mountains in the world are :-

1.Fold Mountains – A mountain that is created when two of Earth’s tectonic plates are pushed together.


2.Block Mountains- A mountain formed by natural faults in the Earth’s crust.


3. Volcanic Mountains- Volcanic mountains are formed due to volcanic eruptions.


Ans(b) The unique feature of Earth’s lithosphere is its tectonic activity.This leads to the formation of various landforms like mountains.most tectonic activity takes place at the boundaries of these plates,where they may collide tear apart or slide against each other.


Ans(c) 1.Fold Mountains – A mountain that is created when two of Earth’s tectonic plates are pushed together.for example :- The Himalayan Mountains,Alps,Aravali and the Andes are formed by this process.


2.Block Mountains- A mountain formed by natural faults in the Earth’s crust.Sierra Nevada mountain range in California , The Rhine Valley and the Vosges Mountain in Europe are the examples of Block Mountains.


3. Volcanic Mountains- Volcanic mountains are formed due to volcanic eruptions.Mount Fuji in Japan and Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa are examples of Mountains formed by volcanic eruptipons.


Ans(d) Different kinds of Plateaus in the world are :-

1.     Tectonic Plateaus-continental blocks are reffered to as tectonic plateaus ,it is further classified into (a) Continental plateau (b) Intermontane plateau (c) Piedmont plateau.

2.     Residual plateau-when old fold or block mountains get warm down by million of years erosion they formed Residual plateaus.

3.     Volcanic plateaus -these kinds of plateaus are formed by the resistant lava caps that protect the land from erosion and maintain its high elevation after the surrounding land has been worn away.


Ans(e) Antarctica lies in the extreme end of the southern hemisphere and it is extremely cold and covered with ice. For this reason it is also called the Frozen continent and people can not live permanently .


Ans(f)  Importance  of plains are :-

1        The terrain is ideal for habitation.

2        Transpotation is easier.

3        The soil is fertile with easy access to water.

4        Cultivation is easier as compared to mountain.

Ans(g) 1..Mountain and plateau

Mountain ----a mountain is a landform that rises above the surrounding terrain. They are usually triangular in shape  .

Plateau------A plateau is a type of landform that is a raised area of land with a flat top.It is also called elevated flat-topped tableland.

G(2)-----plains and plateau

Plains ----Flat low-lying areas are known as plains Plains have always been more preferred for habitation.

Plateau-----A plateau is a type of landform that is a raised area of land with a flat top .it is also called elevated flat-topped tableland.

G(3) -------young mountains and old mountains

Young mountain----------young mountains have pointed peaks and they are very high ,the Himalayas in India and Alps in Europe are the prominent examples.

Old mountains-----------old mountains have round peaks and they are not very high,the Aravallis in India and Ural in Europe are the examples of old mountains.

Ans (h)------River plans are densely populated than mountainous region ,in India the Indo-Gangetic plains are the most densely populated regions because the soil of the plans is generally very fertile as it has rich deposits made by the rivers. Cultivation is easier as compare to mountains because there are no slopes. That’s why plans have always been more preferred for habitation than mountains’ regions.

Class - 6   English Language

Chapter 1                         

The sentence

Ex 1

A.          Tick the correct option

1.               A group of words that make up  complete sense is called a sentence

2.               A sentence always begins with a capital letter

3.               A sentence ends with a full stop

4.               We put a question mark at the end of an interrogative sentence

5.               An imperative sentence expresses command

6.               “What a great singer Tansen was!”  exclamatory sentence

 B.         Identity the kind of sentence in the following

1.               May I help you?                                Interrogative

2.               Stop laughing.                                   Imperative

3.               My doctor told me to take rest.         Assertive

4.               Please let him go.                             Imperative

5.               Anu, hand me your shirt.                   Imperative

6.               How kind of you!                                Exclamatory

7.               What a foolish man you are!              Exclamatory

8.               Have you solved the puzzle yet ?      Interrogative

9.               He stole my books.                            Assertive

10.         Respect your teachers.                      Imperative

 C.         Learner’s Drill

Sentence Mix-up

Arrange the jumbled words

1. The boy went to the shop.

2. He hit the tennis ball hard.

3. She went to play very early.

4. Take the dog for a walk.

5. Finish your homework and then go to bed.

6. They are going for shopping to buy new clothes for school.

7. Are you going for movies today ?

8. They can go for school but they can’t go for swimming.

 Subject and Predicate

Chapter 2

 A.               Choose the correct option


 1.     Subject

2.     Imperative

  B.               Divide into subject and predicate

                              Subject.                             Predicate


1.     Barking dogs                                                 seldom bite.

2.     The little girl                                                 is playing with her toys.

3.     The girl wearing a pink frock                      Is my sister.

4.     The man standing in a corner                    Is a doctor.

5.     A bad workman                                            blames his tools.


 C.               Add predicates


Answers :


1.                    Is a good exercise..

2.                    Is a big city.

3.                    In the west.

4.                    Is a doctor .

5.                    are barking outside.


D.               Add subjects



1.        I

2.     Army

3.     Birds

4.     The players

5.     The thief


Match the following

1.     C

2.     A

3.     E

4.     B

5.     D


Chapter 3

  A.      Pick out Phrases or Clauses from the following sentences :


1.       This is the boy who topped the class.                              Clause

2.       At sunset,  they returned home.                                       Phrase

3.       The tops of mountains were covered with snow.         Phrase

4.       A group of girls were sitting on the bench.                     Phrase

5.       We can not play while it is raining.                                  Clause

6.       I went to bed at nine o’clock.                                            Phrase

 B.      Make sentences :

1         In the evening : I go for a walk in the evening.

2.     While I am having lunch: My brother is watching TV while I am having lunch.

3.    Who helps themselves: God helps those who help themselves.

4.    Over the bridge :The helicopter is flying over the bridge.

5.    Who speaks English fluently: she is the girl who speaks English fluently.


  C:     C.   Make five phrases and use them in  sentence :

  1.       The sun rises in the east.

2.       The sun shines brightly in the afternoon.

3.       There are some clouds in the sky.

4.       We are basking in the sun.

5.       The sun always sets in the west.


Chapter 4 & 5

 A.      Choose the correct option: Answers:

 1.       B

 2.       A

 B.    Write the following sentences in another way :


 2.       She did nothing.

 3.       He can play neither cricket nor table tennis.

4.       His father can neither read nor write.

 5.       They can give you no more money.

  C.    Change the following sentences into Affirmative sentences

 1.       Mohan saw it everywhere.

 2.       There is some water in the bucket.

 3.       I know everything about him.

4.       She can play either chess or carrom.

5.       He always comes in uniform .

  Page 18

 Exercise A


 1.       A

 2.       B

 3.       B

 Ex B


 1.       Which

 2.       Which

 3.       What

4.       What

 5.       Which

6.       How

7.      Who

8.      What

  Exercise C

 Change the following statements into questions.

 9.       Does your uncle read the Hindustan Times?

 10.   Do they like to fly kites?

11.   Does Rohan like to watch the Discovery channel ?

 12.   Does he have a brother and a sister?

13.   Did they attend the seminar on globalisation?

Chapter 6

Exercise A.


1.       B

2.       A

   Ex B


  Choose one word noun from the box—————-words.

1.       Bankrupt

2.       Omniscient

3.       Pedestrian

4.       Feminist

5.       Teetotaller

6.       Spinster

7.       Fatalist

8.       Orphan

9.       Conspirator

10.   Philanthropist

 Put these collective nouns in the blanks below

 1.       Flock

2.       Crew

3.       Committee

4.       Fleet

5.       Herd

6.       Mob

7.       Regiment

8.       Team

9.       Jury

10.   Swarm



Match the following

 1.        A group of beautiful ladies

2.       A bunch of flowers

3.       A group of people assembled for religious worship.

4.        A group of soldiers.

5.       A large  noisy crowd of people.

6.       A group of players.

7.       A group of lions.

8.       People gathered for a specific purpose,

9.       A group of fish swimming together.

10.   A group of directors or members


Classify the underlined nouns


1.       Proper  /collective/common

2.       Collective

3.       Abstract

4.       Common

5.       Proper/common

6.       Abstract

7.       Common/collective/common

8.       Abstract

9.       Material

10.   Material

11.   Abstract /abstract

12.   Proper/abstract

13.   Abstract

14.   Common

15.   Common


Pick out odd one out


1.       Chair

2.       Capsicum

3.       Bag

4.       Pizza

5.       Fox


 G. (1)

 Form the abstract noun


1.       Perfection

2.       Imagination

3.       Invitation

4.       Education

 G. (2)


Form abstract noun by adding – ment


1.       Appointment

2.       Payment

3.       Treatment

4.       Movement


 G.( 3)

 Form abstract noun by adding. (Ity)

 1.       Humanity

2.       Stupidity

3.       Reality

4.       Generosity

G (4)

 Form abstract noun

1.       Wisdom

2.       Theft

3.       Gentleness

4.       Behaviour

5.       Presence

6.       Success

7.       Loser

8.       Justice

9.       Activeness

10.   Tension

  H. Use suitable abstract noun from the box

 1.       Patience

2.       Courage

3.       Desire

4.       Inspiration

5.       Anger

  Learner’s drill


 1.       Crowd

2.       Herd

3.       Pile

4.       Suite

5.       Bunch

6.       Team


 1.       Shoal

2.       Army

3.       Crew

4.       Bouquet



Class - 6   English Reader

Chapter – 1

Part -D

Think and answer

1ans . The Jungle life was very organised . There were proper rules for eating, hunting and talking with other species . There were rules for what to do and what not to do.

2 ans. Yes, the animal shared a friendly and loving relationship with Mowgli because Mowgli followed the rules of animals . He lived the same way as other animals lived.

Word study

E part

·          Sound : Whooping, Screeched , yelling

·         Movement : Nimble, Swooped, Fluttering


F part – fill in the blanks

1 ans. Yelled

2 ans . Nimble

3 ans. Screamed

4 ans. Bounded

5 ans. Fluttering

6 ans. Swooped

7 ans. Whispered

8 ans. Screeching

 G part – Rewrite

1 ans . Andy worked very hard at the restaurant for months before he got his break as an actor.

2 ans. My feet are paining a lot.

3 ans. Alia had a wide beaming smile when she heard the news.

4ans . Puneet cried a lot when he lost the game.

5 ans. Harpreet took a long time to complete the work.

6 ans. We would often laugh a lot at her jokes.

7 ans. Gunjan was feeling very nervous as she approached the principal’s office.

 H part – Dictionary

1 ans. Amiable

2 ans. Average

3 ans. Advice

4 ans . Agreement

5 ans. Anecdote

6 ans. Aquatic

 Grammer study






















Flower bed





 J part – partsof speech

1 ans. Noun

2 ans. Pronoun

3 ans. Adjective

4 ans. Verb

5 ans. Adjective

6 ans. Preposition

7 ans. Conjunction

8 ans. Article

 Class 6 Civics

 1.Tick()the correct answer.

Ans:1 Three-tier system

Ans:2 18 years

Ans:3 supervises the working of block samitis

Ans:4 Nyaya panchayat

Ans:5 Zila parishad

 2.Fill in the blanks

Ans:1 five

Ans:2 gram sabha

Ans:3 punishes

Ans:4 Democracy

Ans:5 5years

Ans:6 block

Ans:7 supervises

Ans:8 panchayat secretary

 3.Match the column

(a)  3

(b) 4

(c) 1

(d) 5

(e) 2


4.True or False

1. True







 5.Answer the following questions.

Q.1 What do you mean by 'Panchayat?

Ans: The rural local self-Government formed a group of five members elected

         by the Villagers is known as Panchayat.

Q.2 Explain the importance of local self- Government?

Ans: Local self-governing bodies develop  local leadership that later helps the

        state and Central governments  in  sharing the burden of work which thus

        gets done quicker, better and cheaper.

Q.3 Name the three institutions of the Panchayati Raj. At what level do the


Ans:(a)At the lowest level there is Village Panchayat.

        (b)At the block level there is

             Panchayat Samiti.

         (C)At the district level there is

              Zila Parishad.


Q.4 Explain berify the composition and  unctions of a block Samiti?

Ans: The pradhans and panchas of the  Village Panchayats in a block choose

      their representatives to the block Samiti. Besides such representatives,there

       are Other members as well. The members  elect a chairperson and a vice     


     Functions of block Samiti :-

    1. A block Samiti supervises the working  of the village Panchayats.

    2. It arranges funds from the government  for the block development programmes.

    3. It makes plan in agriculture,construction

      of roads and buildings,health and  education etc.


Q.5 How is zila Parishad formed ? What are

       its main functions?

Ans:The zila Parishad coordinates the  activities of the block Samitis in the

      Whole district.The zila Parishad elects a president and a vice-president from

     among its members.

 Functions :-

  1. The main function of the zila Parishad is to  see that Village Panchayats and    

       block  Samitis work properly.

  2.The zila Parishad also has the responsibility of implementing various


  3.The zila Parishad also prepares and  executes development plans for district.

Class -6  English Novel   

 Chapter - 2   Joe Green

A.      Comprehension         

Read chapter 2 and write true and false.

·         1.Ginger is unhappy because people hurt her in the past. True

·         2. Joe  Green is the new stable boy at Birtwick.  True

·         3. John wakes Ginger up in the middle of the night.  False

·         4. Squire Gordon rides black beauty to get the doctor.  False

·         5. Black Beauty gets better quickly from his illness.  False

·         6. Joe’s father ask John to be kind to Joe. True

 B.      What do you think?

·         In what way is Ginger's attitude to Black Beauty  different now? What do you think caused this change?

Ans. Ginger and Black Beauty pull the carriage together . It was easy for Black Beauty to work with Ginger. they soon became friends.

·          Why  do you think Squire Gordon Sends John instead of Joe to get the doctor?

Ans. Squire Gordon Sends John instead of joe to get the doctor because Joe was a new boy in the stable .He was very young and he did not know much about the horses.

·         How does Joe feel when Black Beauty becomes ill? Do you think it is His fault?

Ans. Joe feels sad and things it was his fault. I think Joe green did not know much about the horses. He gave Black Beauty cold water to drink and did not put warm blanket on his body but he was not a bad boy .He did his best to take care of Black Beauty.

·         Why does Joe's father go and talk to John? What do you think of him as a parent?

Ans. Joe was feeling guilty for not taking care of Black Beauty properly . He could not eat and smile. Joe’s father talk to John

 He want to john on to say kind words to joe.

 As a parent I think joe was not a bad boy . He did his best to take care of Black Beauty.

 C.      Language practices.

 1.Write word and make sentences

 1. Kind word : Joe wanted to hear some kind words from John.

2.Friendly people : Black Beauty always met friendly people.

3. Cold water : Joe gave Black Beauty cold water to drink.

4. Horse doctor: The horse doctor came to treat Black Beauty.

5. Warm blanket: Joe didn’t put warm blanket on Black Beauty.

6 Good friends: Ginger and Black Beauty became good friends.

7. Stable boy: Joe was the new stable boy.

8. Long time: Black Beauty fell I’ll for a long time.

2. Write paragraph

Squire Gordon gave a note to John to give it to the doctor. Doctor's horse was lame . So, Black Beauty carried the doctor to Birtwick . The doctor was heavy and he did not ride well . Black Beauty got tired and his legs were wet and he got ill.

 Class -6  Biology

Ex. F-Short answer questions: Chapter 6


Ans1-The device used by doctors to listen to our heartbeat is stethoscope.

Ans2-The main function of the heart is to pump blood.             

Ans3-Pulmonary artery carries carbon dioxide- rich blood.         

Ans4-Pulmonary vein carries oxygen-rich blood.                       

Ans5-Aorta is the largest artery in the human body.                     

Ans6-White blood cells are important for immunity.             

Ans7-Valves in veins allow blood to flow only towards the heart.                                             

Ans8-Blood will not clot if the blood platelets count drops in a human being.  

Ans9-The functions of blood in our body are-

(1) It regulates our body temperature.

(2) It transports nutrients to various parts of the body.

Ans10-Arteries have thick elastic walls because blood flows with pressure in them.

Ans11-Throbbing felt in the artery due to pumping action of heart is called pulse.

Ans12-Blood group O is a universal donor.

Ans13-Rh-positive blood group means Rh factor is present on the red blood cells.

Ans14-Person with blood group A can receive blood from blood group A and O only.

 Ex-G (HOTS):

 Ans1-Doctors inject medicines in the veins because veins are often superficial and close to the surface than arteries. Moreover, veins carry blood to the heart from where it is distributed everywhere.

Ans2-Capillaries do not have valves because blood pressure in arteries is sufficient to allow the blood flow in one direction.

Ans3-The four chambered heart prevents the mixing of oxygenated and deoxygenated blood.

Class -6  Geography

Chapter 1 Globes and Maps

1. Fill ups
b. Direction
C. Cardinal
e.heights and depths
f.contour line
2. Match the following
3.True and false
A. F
B. T
C. F
D. T
E. F
F. F
G. F
H. F
4. Choose the correct answer
5. Short answer
Answer A.A Globe is a model of the earth .
Answer B. A map is symbolic representation of the earth or apart of it on a flat surface made true to scale.
Answer C. The different types of the maps based on scale are large scale map and small scale map.
Answer D. The ratio between the distance on a map and the corresponding true distance on the ground.
Answer E. A political map is used to show countries capitals and its boundaries.
Answer F.Distance directions and conventional signs and symbols are used to understand maps well.
Answer G.The colours used in maps are red, blue, green, yellow ,brown and black.
Answer H. A sketch is a rough drawing of an area.
Answer I.Two ways by which signs and symbols can be shown are keys and legends.
Answer J. Plans are used to shows detailed features of a small area or building.
Answer k. Anticline-It is an up fold in rocks resulting from compressive stresses in the Earth’s crust.
Syncline-. It is downfold in rocks resulting from compressive stresses in the Earth’s crust.
Answer L. A block mountain is formed due to forces of compression or tension.
6. Answer the following in details
Answer A. The disadvantages of using a globe are
1. It is difficult to carry around.
2. A part of earth is visible at a time.
3. Unable to provide detailed information on a large scale.
Answer B.The uses of a map are
1.Geographer use it to get detailed information about an area .
2. City planners decide where to put the hospital, Park etc.
3. Tourists and navigators use it to find their way to their destination.
4. It is very important for the defence department to have information of the border areas.
Answer C. Differentiate between the following
1.Large-scale map and small-scale map
Large-scale map- A large scale map shows a large amount of detail while representing a limited area such as neighbourhood or towns.
Small-scale map-A small-scale map shows a small amount of detail over a wide area such as the word.
2. Contour lines and Isotherms
Contour lines - contour lines join places that are of the same height.
Isotherms- Isotherms join places that experience similar temperatures.
3. A Sketch and a Plan
A Sketch-A sketch is a rough drying of an area.
Plan- A fairly accurate drawing that shows detailed features of an area or building.
Answer D. The importance of direction and distance Is if we need to locate a place then we need to know both its direction and distance from a given point.
Answer E. Conventional signs and Symbols are useful to indicates various features in a clear and Simple manner in the limited space of map.
Answer F. Colour can be used to display the different heights of landforms or depths of water bodies. Different colours represent different physical features.
Eg. Blue colour is used to denote water bodies .

Class 6 Mathematics

Chapter 1  Exercise1.1

1. Four lake twenty seven thousand three hundred twenty.
2. Eight million one hundred fifty two thousand three hundred sixty seven.
3. Seventy eight core twenty nine lakh fifty three thousand four hundred twenty nine.
4. Four hundred ninety two million three hundred one thousand four hundred six.
1. 83,56,407
2. 2,01,93,256
3. 4,06,70,983
4. 70,23,91,783
1. 40,693,207
2. 10,239,743
3. 409,762,320
4. 572,369,406
1. Four hundred seventy three million five hundred two thousand one hundred three.
2. One hundred ninety two million three hundred four thousand six hundred ninety three.
1. 7,45,060
2. 90,20,04,701
3. 105,067,009
4. 90,000,004

Exercise - 1.2
1. 7000 , 7
2. Place value = 3
Face value = 3
Difference = 3 - 3 =0
1. Place value = 70000
Face value = 7
2. Place value = 50
Face value = 5
Place value = 80000
Face value = - 8
Difference = 79992
1. 70000+0+5000+900+20+3
2. 5000000+600000+0+2000+300+70+9
1. 70,549
2. 90,400,206
Exercise -1.3
1. Greatest number = 75320
Smallest number = 20357
2. Greatest number = 97431
Smallest number = 13479
Greatest number = 98765432
Smallest number = 10234567
Largest seven digit number=9999999
Smallest seven digit no.= +1000000
Sum = 10999999
444, 466, 499, 469, 446, 449, 464, 494.......
1. 535
2. 43138
3. 12304
109, 304, 329, 507, 947, 4993
47320, 29761, 7259, 5554, 153
1. S = 1000 P = 998
2. S = 401 P = 399
3. S = 63100 P = 63098
4. S = 10001 P = 9999
Greater number = 13,98,357
Difference = 9,83,563
Smaller number = 13,98,357-9,83,563
= 4,14,794
Total Population = 9,75,165
Number of teachers= 9,75,165÷15
= 65,011
Product of two numbers= 4,35,375
One number = 225
Other number = 4,35,375÷225
= 1935

Class 6  Chapter 1    English literature [Reader book]

Mowgli in trouble 


A.     Write true and false

·        The Bandar – log took Mowgli to the rainforest.                                       False

·        Bagheera taught Mowgli the ways of the Jungle.                                      False

·        The monkey people were happy to have Mowgli among them.             True

·        Bagheera and Baloo were the first to reach the cold lairs.                      False

·        Baloo and kaa freed Mowgli from the room where he was trapped.    False


B.     Who said these words, to whom and why?

·        “Tell Baloo and Bagheera where they are taking me! ”

Ans. Mowgli said to Rann the kite because he wanted them to come and rescue him.

·        “ It is the Bandar log that we follow. ”

Ans. Baloo said to Kaa. He wanted kaa to help them to get Mowgli free from monkeys.

·        “ we are of one blood . I owe you my life tonight. My kill shall be yours if you are ever hungry. ”

Ans. Mowgli said to Kaa because he freed him from monkeys.

 C.     Answer these questions.

·        Why did the bandar log kidnap Mowgli?

Ans. They wanted him in their tribe and to make Mowgli the leader of Bandar log.

·        Who help did Baloo and Bagheera seek to bring Mowgli back. Why?

Ans. Baloo and Bagheera seeked the help of kaa because kaa was the only animal that the monkeys feared in the jungle.

·        How did the Bandar log behave when Mowgli was among them?

Ans. The monkeys were  very pleased . They clapped and danced about . They sang their foolish songs.

·        What made Mowgli think that the Bandar log were a foolish and silly tribe?

Ans. Mowgli tried to teach them how to weave sticks and canes  together for protection against rain and cold .Some tried to imitate Mowgli but some lost interest and began to pull tails of each other and jump up and down . They were not interested in learning anything . So Mowgli thought they were silly and foolish.

·        Describe Kaa's attack on the monkeys . Why did the monkeys fear him so much?

Ans. Kaa was 30 feet long . He gave a strike into the crowd of monkeys . The monkeys scattered with cries of Run Run .

The monkeys feared Kaa as they knew his powers  were limitless. They know that none had ever come alive out of his hug.

·        How did Mowgli express his gratitude towards Kaa?

Ans. Mowgli told Kaa that we are of one blood and that he owed Kaa his life.

He told Kaa that he can do hunting for him and can also free him if he is ever caught in a trap.

Class 6  English language  Chapter 4

A. Choose the correct option:


1. B 2. A

B. Write the following sentences in another way :

1. – 2. She did nothing. 3. He can play neither cricket nor table tennis. 4. His father can neither read nor write. 5. They can give you no more money.

C. Change the following sentences into Affirmative sentences

1. Mohan saw it everywhere. 2. There is some water in the bucket. 3. I know everything about him. 4. She can play either chess or carrom. 5. He always comes in uniform .

Page 18 Exercise A


1. A 2. B 3. B

Ex B Answers:

1. Which 2. Which 3. What 4. What 5. Which 6. How 7. Who

Class 6. English Language  Chapter 3

A. Pick out Phrases or Clauses from the following sentences :

1. This is the boy who topped the class. Clause 2. At sunset, they returned home. Phrase 3. The tops of mountains were covered with snow. Phrase 4. A group of girls were sitting on the bench. Phrase 5. We can not play while it is raining. Clause 6. I went to bed at nine o’clock. Phrase

B. Make sentences : 1 In the evening : I go for a walk in the evening. 2. While I am having lunch: My brother is watching TV while I am having lunch. 3. Who helps themselves: God helps those who help themselves. 4. Over the bridge :The helicopter is flying over the bridge.

5. Who speaks English fluently: she is the girl who speaks English fluently.

C: C. Make five phrases and use them in sentence :

1. The sun rises in the east. 2. The sun shines brightly in the afternoon. 3. There are some clouds in the sky. 4. We are basking in the sun. 5. The sun always sets in the west.

Chemistry  Chapter no -1

Introduction to chemistry

1Q select the correct option:

1. a

2. c

3. c

4. a

5. a


2Q . Fill in the blanks:

1. Fertilisers

2. Gas jar

3. China dish

4. Insecticides

5. Joseph priestley


3Q True or False

1. True

2. False . Prevent the growth of microorganisms. 

3.False. Ernest Rutherford discovered atomic nucleus. 




4Q Match the following:

 1. b

 2. d

 3. e

4.  a  

5.  c


Understanding ideas

1.Answer in one word:

1. John Dalton

2.  Inorganic chemistry

3.  Measuring cylinder

4.  Trinitrotoluene

5. Conical


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