The Living Organisms And Their Surroundings-Worksheets

CBSE Worksheet-01
Class – VI Science
(The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings)

  1. Which of the following is a biotic components
    (a) Water (b) Air (c) Decomposer (d) Soil
  2. Xerophytes are plants which are found in
    (a) Deserts (b) Sea (c) Ponds (d) Marshes
  3. Which of these adaptations is not shown by a camel for living in deserts?
    1. Has a hump on its back.
    2. Passes scanty of urine.
    3. Perspires a lot
    4. The sole of feet have sort of pads.
  4. The place where a living organism live is called
    (a) Habitat (b) Habit (c) House (d) Room
    Column AColumn B
    a. Octopusi. Polar regions
    b. Hydrillaii. Forest
    c. Cactusiii. Sea
    d. Tigeriv. Desert
    e. Arctic foxV. Ponds
  6. In the blanks.
    1. Green plants are called -----------------.
    2. Living organisms that feed on dead animals is called --------------.
    3. Ozone layer protects us from -------------- rays.
    4. The habitat of organism that lives in water is called -------------.
    5. Birds are adapted for ------------ mode of life.
  7. What are amphibians? Give an example.
  8. How desert plants control the loss of water from their body?
  9. Classify the following organism as aquatic, terrestrial and aerial?
    Dog, fish, cat, parrot, camel, crow, frog, octopus.
  10. Solve the crossword puzzle with the help of clues.
    1.  2.T  3. 4. T
    5.M E   6.  
      7.T M   S
      8. A  L    
    1. An increase in size that is irreversible.
    3. A mammal that can fly.
    5. One-celled organism
    7. Change in environment that brings a response in living organism.
    8. A human baby grows into this.
    2. A plant that lives for only one season.
    4. Big, tall plants.
    5. Non-living components of the natural environment.
    6. An animal that can see in the dark.
    7. Soil- inhabitating animal.
CBSE Worksheet-01
Class – VI Science (The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings)
Answer key

1. (c) 2. (a) 3. (c) 4. (a)
  1. (a) (iii); (b) (v); (c) (iv); (d) (ii); (e) (i)
  2. (a) Producers (b) Scavengers (c) Ultraviolet (d) aquatic (e) Aerial
  3. Those animals that can live on land as well as water are called amphibians. Frog is common example of amphibian organism.
  4. The desert plants are adapted to control loss of water from their body as:
    1. leaves are modified into thorns.
    2. leaves and stems have thick waxy covering.
    3. they do not open their stomata until the sun sets and temperature falls.
  5. AquaticTerrestrialAerial
  6. 1. GRO2. WTH 3. BA4. T
       H     R
    5. AMOEBA 6. O E
    B  A   W E
    O N       
    T 8. ADULT   
    I K       
    C E