Sorting Materials Into Groups-Worksheets

Class – VI Science (Sorting Materials into groups)
  1. The state of matter which has a definite volume but no definite shape
    1. Solid
    2. Liquid
    3. Gas
    4. Mixture
  2. Classification is grouping of
    1. Thing as living and non-living
    2. All things living or non-living on the basis of their properties.
    3. Living things only
    4. Non-living things only
  3. Perfume is a substance which is  
    1. Volatile
    2. Non-volatile
    3. Malleable
    4. Sublime
  4. If a substance can be beaten into thin sheet, it is called
    1. Ductile
    2. Malleable
    3. Brittle
    4. Good conductor
  5. Match the following columns:
    Column AColumn B
    a. Sugari. Soft
    b. Gheeii. Hard
    c. Diamondiii. Rotting egg smell
    d. hydrogen Sulphideiv. Soluble
    e. Spongev. Combustible liquid
  6. Fill in the blanks
    1. All metals are ________ of heat and electricity.
    2. Gold is ________.
    3. Petrol is ________ in water.
    4. Copper is ________ magnetic material.
    5. Chalk does not ________ in water.
  7. Define malleability and ductility?
  8. Why do metal’s objects loose their luster after a while?
  9. How are transparent objects different from opaque objects?
  10. Classify the following object as metals, non-metal or compounds.
    1. Iron
    2. Gold
    3. Carbon
    4. Sodium chloride
    5. Oxygen
    6. Sodium
    7. Water
    8. Sulpher.
  11. Name two gases which are insoluble in water.
CBSE Worksheet-01
Class – VI Science (Sorting Materials into groups)

  1. b
  2. b
  3. a
  4. b
  5. (a) – (iv), (b) – (v), (c) –(ii), (d) –(iii), (e) – (i).
    1. Conductor
    2. ductile
    3. insoluble
    4. electro
    5. dissolve.
  6. The property of matter due to which it can be drawn into thin wire is called ductility. The property of metals due to which it can be beaten into thin sheet is called as malleability.
  7. Metals object loose their luster after some time due to reaction with oxygen and other gases to form metal oxide. These metal oxide change the colour of the metal surface.
  8. Those objects through which object can be seen but not very clearly are called translucent object. Butter paper, thick sheet of plastic are example of translucent objects. On the other hand, those objects through which light do not pass are called opaque object. Woods, bricks etc. are example of opaque objects.
    IronOxygenSodium chloride
  10. Hydrogen and nitrogen are the two gases which are insoluble in water.