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CBSE 2015 – 2016 Class 5 Summative Assessment – II Question Paper – Science
Question Paper (Unit Test Cycle IV)
1. Fill in the blanks. (5 x 1 = 5)
- The study of earth is called _____________.
- Large-scale soil erosion can also lead to _________.
- Frezing of water is a _________ change.
- _______ rocks are also called basalt rocks.
- The two main minerals present in granite are ________ and _________.
II. True of False (5 x 1 = 5)
- Two or more atoms combine to form a molecule.
- Soil is destroyed by the process of weathering.
- Sedimentary rocks are among the oldest rocks on the earth.
- The soil erosion makes the soil fertile.
- Limestone undergoes changes to form marble.
III. Answer in one word. (6 x 1 = 6)
- The deposition of soil in the rivers.
- A black, solid fossil fuel.
- A natural process of breaking down of rocks.
- Anything that has weight and occupies space.
- A sedimentary rock used as a fuel to run steam engines.
- The study of the earth and its life.
IV. Define the following. (2 x 2 = 4)
V. Match the columns. (6 x 0.5 = 3)
|1. Igneous rocks||casts and moulds|
|2. Gneiss||Red Fort|
|3. Metallic mineral||fire rocks|
|6. Gypsum||Fossil Fuel|
VI. Give reasons. (2 x 2 = 4)
- Granite is used for making long-lasting building and statues.
- Solid, non-biodegradable wastes should not be dumped on land.
VII. Answer the following questions. (3 x 2 = 6)
- How was coal formed ?
- Name the substances produced after burning a candle wick.
- What are the various uses of petroleum ?
VIII. Answer the following questions in detail. (3 x 4 = 12)
- Differentiate between solids and gases. (4 points)
- Name four varieties of sedimentary rocks giving one property of each.
- What is soil conservation ? What are the different methods of soil conservation ?
IX. Explain composition of Soil with the help of labelled diagram.
Science Practice Worksheet (Topic – Rocks and Minerals)
I. Fill in the blanks
- ___________ rocks are also called fire rocks.
- Minerals are obtained from their _________.
- __________ is used for making blackboards.
- Scoria rocks are also called _________ rocks.
- _______ rock has a sponge like appearance.
- Petrol and kerosene are obtained from ___________.
II. Name the following:
- Igneous rock that is hard and used for making statues ______________
- Natural non-living substance ______________
- The hot liquid is underground pockets ___________
- A natural process of complete transformation ___________
- Mineral present in limestone ____________
- The hardest substance on the earth _________
III. Why should we conserve the fossil fuels. Name some alternatives sources of energy.
IV. Identify the type of rocks, minerals and fuels:-
Science Worksheet (Lesson 11 – Soil Erosion and Conservation)
I. Fill in the blanks.
- Soil is formed by ___________ of rocks.
- _____________ is the cuttimg down of tress in large numbers.
- Ploughing of hill sides loosens the soil that results in __________
- ____________ supports and holds the plants.
II. Write ‘True’ or ‘False’.
- Erosion of soil can lead to landslides. _________
- Afforestation reduces soil erosion. __________
- Terrace farming helps soil from being lost completely. _______
- Rainwater helps to conserve soil. ___________
III. Give reasons for each:
- Top soil should be prevented from getting eroded.
- Overgrazing by cattle should be avoided.
- Grasses should be grown on barren land.
- Terrace farming should be encouraged.
IV. Answer these questions.
- What are the agents of soil erosion ?
- Define the following terms
- Non-biodegradable wastes
V. Draw and label ‘Layers of Soil’.
CBSE 2014 – 2015 Class 5 Summative Assessment – I Question Paper – Mathematics
SECTION: A (15 marks)
1. Choose the correct answer: (5)
(b) The decimal form of (223/10) is
(c) 0.2 x 0,2 x 0.2 =
(d) The _________ of a circle divides it into two equal halves.
(e) The radius of a circle is 7cm. Its circumference is
(ii) 21 cm
(iii) 22 cm
(iv) 44 cm
2. Fill in the blanks: (5)
(a) There are _________ halves in
(b) The product of 48.7 and 9.643 will have ______ decimal places.
(c) 1.64 expressed as a mixed number is _____ .
(d) An arc is a part of the _____ of a circle.
(e) Half of a circle is called a _____ .
3. Write true or false for the following statement: (5)
(a) The reciprocal of a mixed number is a proper fraction.
(b) Decimal fractions have multiples of 10 as denominators.
(c) There are two decimal places in 63.9
(d) All the chords of a circle are of the same length.
(e) A circle has an infinite number of raddi.
SECTION B (20 marks) (2 marks each)
8. Express 325 ml as a fraction of a litre.
10. Write the following in words 2305.61
11. Write the expanded form of 2605.634
12. Solve the following
(a) 8.923 ÷ 100
(b) 476.35 x 100
13. Find the circumference of a circfe whose radius is 4.5 em.
SECTION C (30 marks) (3 marks each)
17 Subtract 41.6 from 80
18 Find the sum of 175.6 + 8654 + 245.356 + 7.8
19. Arrange in descending order 3.003, 3.33, 3.03, 3.3, 3.013, 3.031
21. Solve 0.941 x 306
22. Divide 857.458 by 14
23. Draw a circle of radius 5 cm. In this circle construct a chord of length 7 cm.
SECTION D(15 marks) (5 marks each)
24. Meena’s school is 6 km away from her house. She covers (2/3) of the distance in a rickshaw. Due to some fault in the rickshaw she had to cover the remaining distance on foot. How far did she walk?
25. Solve and verify that 9.8 x 6.4 = 64 x 0.98
(a) Find the radius of a circle whose circumference is 22 cm.
[Take π = (22/7)]
(b) Draw two concentric circles of radii 6.5 cm and 4.2cm. Shade the ring formed.