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Question. Refer to the given conversation on phone between two friends
Nitika – Hello Divya! How is the day? Blowers seem not enough to stay warm at my place.
Divya – Is it so? Here, we are trying to ward off heat with air conditioners.
Which clothes would Nitika and Divya be wearing respectively?
Question. Which of the following statements about beaks of birds is/are true?
a. Beaks can be used as weapons.
b. Beaks are primarily used for feeding.
c. Beaks are used to preen and make nests.
d. Beaks are used in courtship displays.
A. a and b only
B. d only
C. a, b and c only
D. a, b, c and d
Question. The given diagram shows a box being pushed by a boy.
Identify the three forces, W, X and Y acting on the box and select the correct option regarding these.
A. Force W opposes motion while force X causes water and air to stay on Earth.
B. Force X pulls everything down while force Y opposes motion.
C. Force Y makes stationary objects move while force W causes movement of water in oceans.
D. Force W makes stationary objects move while force X wears away tyres etc.
Question. The given diagram shows how five magnets can be arranged such that they stick to one another.
Which one of the following combinations is possible with any two of these magnets?
Question. Which of these is an INCORRECT relationship?
A. Lungs : Nose : Intestine
B. Stomach : Mouth : Teeth
C. Kidney : Lungs : Skin
D. Capillaries : Heart : Veins
Question. A beaker of water was heated continuously over a burner and the temperature of the water was recorded simultaneously. The graph obtained on plotting this data is shown here. Which one of the following best explains what happened between points E and F on the graph?
A. The water in the beaker was stirred.
B. There is no more water left in the beaker.
C. Some iced water was poured into the beaker.
D. Some boiling water was poured into the beaker.
Question. Four pupils observed the plant in the Science garden as shown here and made the following statements.
Ritu : The plant has weak stem.
Siddhi : The wooden pole provides support to the plant.
Manha : The leaves grow upwards to trap less light.
Manya : The plant is in the adult stage of its life cycle.
Which of these pupils’ statements is/are correct?
Ritu Siddhi Manha Manya
A. ✓ × ✓ ×
B. × ✓ ✓ ✓
C. ✓ × ✓ ✓
D. ✓ ✓ × ✓
Question. Which of her senses can Jyoti use to distinguish a mango slice from a biscuit in the dark?
A. Senses of hearing and touch
B. Senses of touch and taste
C. Senses of hearing and sight
D. Senses of touch and sight
Question. Select the INCORRECT statements.
A. Planets and stars do not have light of their own, they shine because they reflect the light of Sun that falls on them.
B. Rotation of the Earth on its axis causes seasons.
C. Inner planets are made up of frozen gases whereas outer planets are made up of rocks and iron.
D. All of these.
Question. Read the given statement.
X is a food preservation method in which excess salt and oil is added to food, while in Y food is packed in microbe-free containers.
Now, select the option that on unscrambling correctly identifies the method X or Y.
A. X – INICPKLG
B. Y – RIDNYG
C. X – GNCNAIN
D. Y – GIPIKCLN
Question. Four students were asked to draw a diagram which shows path of light through holes in three sheets put parallely. Which of these students’ diagram is correct?
Question. Shruti observed the Moon from 14th to 29th January. She noted that the waxing crescent appeared on 14th January. Which of the following diagrams most correctly shows the phase of the Moon Shruti would observe on 29th January?
Question. The given table shows some of the things the Sharma family did.
Mr. Sharma Placed newspaper in recycling pile after reading it.
Mrs. Sharma Wrapped rubbish in a double layer of plastic bag before throwing it.
Megha Threw plastic cotton buds out of the window after cleaning her ears with them.
Achin Threw plastic wrap out of the window after finishing the snack it contained.
Whose actions will have a negative impact on the environment?
A. Achin only
B. Achin and Megha only
C. Mr. and Mrs. Sharma only
D. Mrs. Sharma, Achin and Megha
Question. Which amongst the given planets takes the longest time in going around the Sun once?
Question. Vedant wants to heat object Q but without putting it on the stove directly. He set-up an experiment as shown here. The object P should be made of which of the following materials so that object Q can be heated?
Question. Study the given chart which describes a desert. Based on the given chart, desert plants most likely compete for .
D. Protection from animals
Question. Swati washed her clothes in the morning and wanted them to dry under the sunlight. Which of the areas shown in the figure should she NOT choose in order to ensure the maximum time of sunlight exposure?
A. Park P only
B. Park P and Park R
C. Park Q and Park S
D. Park S only
Question. Navpreet has just finished her dinner. She ate a bowl of noodles, a chicken drumstick, some vegetables and a wedge of papaya. Select the correct option regarding the food she ate.
A. Noodles give her proteins for body building.
B. Chicken drumstick gives her carbohydrates for energy.
C. Papaya wedge gives her vitamins.
D. Vegetables give her fats for energy.
Question. Which of the following is a way to help control environmental pollution?
A. Travelling by car instead of bicycle.
B. Use of pesticides to keep insects away from plants.
C. Burning waste materials at dump sites.
D. Reuse of cans, bottles and newspapers whenever possible.
Question. The table given below shows the amount of water used by four different families in January, February, March and April. All four families watched a ‘Water Conservation (Save Water) Programme’ in March. Which family is likely to have understood the objective of conservation of water?
A. Family 1
B. Family 2
C. Family 3
D. Family 4
Question. Study the given diagram carefully and select the correct option regarding it.
A. Leaves Q and R cannot make food.
B. Leaves P and Q cannot make food.
C. To leaves Q and R, sunlight is not available.
D. To leaf P, water is not available.
Question. Which among these animals are more closely related than the others? (image 2)
A. a and d
B. b and c
C. c and d
D. a and b
Question. The nestlings unlike their parents lack .
C. Flight feathers
D. Hollow bones
Question. The given diagram shows three kinds of birds (d, e and f) possessing different types of feet. Select the option with correct examples of any two from d, e or f.
A. d – Hen; f – Crane
B. e – Swan; f – Hen
C. d – Sparrow; e – Woodpecker
D. d – Penguin; f – Crow
Question. In the diagram given below, the arrows ( ) and ( ) represent the transportation of P and Q from one part of a plant to another. X and Y represent different parts of the plant.
Which one of the following correctly represents P and Q; and X and Y?
P Q X Y
A. Food Water Fruit Leaf
B. Water Food Stem Fruit
C. Food Water Stem Leaf
D. Water Food Leaf Stem
Question. Based on the given flow chart, what could animals X, Y and Z be?
Question. The given diagram represents the water cycle.
Select the correct option regarding the processes that are labelled as ‘a’, ‘b’ and ‘c’.
A. In processes ‘a’ and ‘b’, one state of water changes into another state.
B. In process ‘a’, the state of water with fixed volume changes to the state of water which does not have fixed volume.
C. In process ‘c’, liquid or solid state of water may fall on Earth’s surface.
D. All of these.
Question. A note is shown here which Shashank had made about different types of houses.
Unfortunately, when he had finished writing, accidentally some ink spilt over the page and covered some of the keywords. Select the correct sequence of hidden words to complete the note.
A. Nomads, Tents, Huts, Snow, Poles
B. Igloos, Caravans, Tents, Paper, Mud
C. Igloos, Caravans, Stilt houses, Mud, Iron
D. Nomads, Tents, Caravans, Mud, Stilts
Question. Match the column I with column II and select the correct option.
Column I Column II
(a) Bread and rice (1) Potato and sugar
(b) Orange and lemon (2) Fish and cheese
(c) Milk and pulses (3) Grapes and papaya
A. a-2, b-3, c-1
B. a-1, b-2, c-3
C. a-1, b-3, c-2
D. a-3, b-1, c-2
Question. The structure depicted by which of the following road signs is hidden in the given word grid?
Question. is a useful means of communication for the armymen working in remote, under-developed areas and can be used for communicating some information to hearing impaired persons. (image 12)
A. Newspaper, Cell phone
B. Wireless communication, Television
C. Newspaper, Radio
D. Both B and C
Question. Tanu wants to push her cart up the plank. Which of the following planks will be easier for her to push the cart up?
Question. Which of the following is an INCORRECT match?
Object Made up of Floats on water
A. Eraser Rubber No
B. Coin Metal Yes
C. Spoon Plastic Yes
D. Disposable cup Styrofoam Yes
Question. Two different shaped magnets (X and Y) are shown here and their parts are labelled. Select the option that correctly identifies their strongest parts.
Magnet X Magnet Y
A. R s
B. Q r
C. P r
D. R q
Question. Which of the labelled parts in the figure shown here secrete(s) digestive juices?
A. Y only
B. X, Y and Z only
C. W and X only
D. W and Y only
Question. Unscramble the given letters to find out the plant part which stores food in ginger.
A. T M S E
B. E A L F
C. L F W E O R
D. D E S E
Question. Why mushroom CANNOT make its own food?
A. Roots are poorly developed and do not absorb enough water from soil.
B. It has very thin and weak stem.
C. It lacks green pigment chlorophyll.
D. Leaves do not have stomata required for gaseous exchange.
Question. Riya observed the different phases of Moon and noted the dates on which the phases were observed. She has noted Half Moon on 15th November and Full Moon on 22nd November. Which phase of the Moon, did she see between 15th and 22nd November?
Question. The given figure shows three states of matter changing from one form to another. Which of the given options correctly represents process ‘1’ and ‘3’?
A. Evaporation Condensation
B. Melting Freezing
C. Melting Condensation
D. Evaporation Freezing
Question. Which among the following birds makes nest on ground using pebbles?
A. Weaver bird
C. Tailor bird
Question. Rohan ate bread and omelette with a glass of milk in breakfast. During mid-morning snack, he ate fruit salad of papaya, apple and banana. Which of the given food items is required for strong teeth and bones of Rohan?
A. Omelette, as it is a protein source
B. Bread being carbohydrate source
C. Milk as it contains calcium
D. Fruits as they contain lots of vitamins
Question. Study the given relationship.
Method of cooking : Baking :: Method of preservation : X
Which of the following correctly identifies X?
Question. Identify INCORRECT statement about birds.
A. Flesh eating birds have sharp claws called talons.
B. Weaver bird uses needle like beak to sew leaves together to build nest.
C. Bats have wings but not feathers.
D. Cranes have hollow bones.
Question. Read the given statements and select the option which correctly fills the blanks.
1. Cereals and bread are rich sources of _________.
2. Food rich in _________ helps us to repair body when injured.
3. _________ is the complete food for babies until the age of six months.
1 2 3
A. Fats Minerals Cereals
B. Carbohydrates Vitamins Fruits
C. Proteins Vitamins Milk
D. Carbohydrates Proteins Milk
Question. Which of the following clothes would NOT be worn by the people living in house shown in the given figure ?
Question. Kiara described a fibre as follows :
1. It is a natural plant fibre.
2. It is worn during hot and dry weather.
3. It absorbs sweat.
Which of the following fibres is she talking about?
D. Both A and C
Question. Amit have his exams in few days. He has to study with full concentration. In which of the following rooms of his house should he study?
Question. Match column I with column II and select the correct option.
A. a – 1, b – 3, c – 4, d – 2
B. a – 4, b – 3, c – 2, d – 1
C. a – 2, b – 3, c – 1, d – 4
D. a – 4, b – 3, c – 1, d – 2
Question. Sonia used ‘X’ to send the message to her friend living in another country. Which among the following can be ‘X’?
C. Inland letter
D. Both A and B
Question. Organ system ‘X’ of humans is different in men and women. It helps to maintain life on earth. Identify ‘X’.
A. Respiratory system
B. Reproductive system
C. Digestive system
D. Circulatory system
Question. Different body organs help to remove waste materials from the body. Which among the following is NOT an excretory organ?
Question. You are making a model of the Sun, Earth and Moon to show their relative masses. If you take cricket ball as Earth, then _________ can be taken as Sun and _________ can be taken as Moon.
A. Football, Lawn tennis ball
B. Lawn tennis ball, Base ball
C. Basket ball, Table tennis ball
D. Billiard ball, Golf ball
Question. Select the correct statement regarding means of communication.
A. Postcard is a written means of communication and delivered immediately.
B. Radio is a one-way communication.
C. Newspaper is an audio visual means of communication.
D. PIN codes are not required for speed post.
Question. When we suddenly touch a hot cup of tea, we immediately pull back our hand. Which sense organ and organ system are involved in this situation?
A. Eyes and circulatory system
B. Skin and circulatory system
C. Eyes and nervous system
D. Skin and nervous system
Question. Which of the following is NOT true about heavenly bodies?
A. Weight on the Earth is six times of the weight on the Moon.
B. Sun is a star made up of huge mass of very hot gases.
C. Mars is the lightest planet of the solar system.
D. Craters are large potholes on the Moon’s surface.
Question. Refer to the given diagram of a part of the solar system. Which of the following complete its one revolution in about 28 days ?
Question. Observe the given figures carefully. Which among the following has maximum mass?
Question. Identify the figure which shows that force can change the shape of the object.
Question. In the given diagram, Shreya is pushing a trolley in the direction shown by thickest arrow. Select an option which shows the forces acted in direction 1 and 2 respectively.
A. Frictional force Gravitational force
B. Gravitational force Elastic force
C. Gravitational force Gravitational force
D. Gravitational force Frictional force
Question. Select the option which on unscrambling gives the name of the gas which is most abundant in atmosphere.
D. BROCAN IODEDXI
Question. Look at the animals given below and select the one that does not belong to the group.
Question. Which of the following functions is/are performed by the
A. It protects soft internal organs like heart and lungs
B. It gives shape to the body and forms framework of the body.
C. It brings about movement of some body parts.
D. All of these
Question. Read the given classification table. Which of the following can ‘X’ be?
Question. Match the following columns and select the correct option.
A. 1 – (c) – (i); 2 – (b) – (iii); 3 – (d) – (iv); 4 – (a) – (ii)
B. 1 – (c) – (ii); 2 – (a) – (iii); 3 – (d) – (iv); 4 – (b) – (i)
C. 1 – (d) – (ii); 2 – (c) – (iv); 3 – (b) – (iii); 4 – (a) – (i)
D. 1 – (c) – (iii); 2 – (a) – (iv); 3 – (d) – (i); 4 – (b) – (ii).
Question. Study the given classification chart carefully. Object ‘X’ cannot be placed under both groups. What could object ‘X’ be made of ?
A. Plastic bag
C. Rubber toy
Question. Light has various properties. Due to property ‘X’ of light, we have both days and night on the Earth. If light does not have property ‘X’, then we would be having only days.
Which of the following is the property ‘X’ of light?
A. Light reflects back
B. Light travels in straight line
C. All objects do not give us light
D. None of these
Question. In the given word grid, names of some body parts are hidden. How many words are there?
Question. Read the discussion given below. Which option holds true regarding this discussion?
Kavya : Humus present in top layer of soil reduces plant growth.
Ravi : Water cycle involves continuous processes of evaporation and condensation.
Sumit : Drinking water polluted with wastes from sewage and homes causes diseases like dysentery and diarrhoea.
Diya : Some solids change their forms on heating and on cooling.
A. Only Sumit and Diya made correct statements.
B. Kavya made an incorrect statement while Ravi and Sumit made correct statements.
C. Ravi, Diya and Kavya made correct statements.
D. Kavya and Sumit made correct statements while Ravi and Diya made incorrect statements.
Which of the following could be animal ‘X’?
Question. What would happen if frog population from the given food chain is completely removed?
Grass → Grasshopper → Frog → Snake → Eagle
A. Grasshopper population will increase
B. Decrease in number of eagles
C. Grass population will decline with time
D. All of these
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