Class 6 Science Chapter 3 Fibre to Fabric Worksheet

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Class 6 Science Fibre to Fabric Worksheets with Answers Chapter 3 – PDF

1. State True/False:

i. Raincoat is not made from fibre. 
Answer: True

ii. Synthetic fibres are biodegradable. 
Answer: False

iii. Nylon is a synthetic fibre. 
Answer: True

iv. The threads or yarns are made from thin fluffy strands called fibres. 
Answer: True.

v. Synthetic fibres are obtained from animals. 
Answer: False

vi. Synthetic fibres are costlier than natural fibres. 
Answer: False

vii. Angora wool is obtained from a species of rabbit. 
Answer: True

viii. Polyester is a natural fibre. 
Answer: False

ix. Fabrics can be made from yarns by weaving or knitting. 
Answer: True

x. Cotton clothes are less comfortable than polyester clothes.
Answer: False

xi. Wool and silk are animal fibres. 
Answer: True

xii. All fabrics are obtained from plants. 
Answer: False

2. Fill in the blanks:

i. The process of removing _______ from the cotton fibre is called ginning.
Answer: seeds 

ii. The jute fibres are less _______ as compared to rayon fibres.
Answer: durable

iii. The cotton plant bears large leaves and bears white or yellow _______.
Answer: fruits

iv. We should wear ______ fabrics while burning crackers.
Answer: cotton

v. Natural fibres do not damage the ecosystem as they are ______.
Answer: biodegradable

vi. A ______ is made of thousands of criss – crossing threads forming a network.
Answer: cloth

vii. ______ is warm to wear during winters and cool in summer.
Answer: Silk

viii. Silkworms are fed on _________ leaves.
Answer: mulberry

ix. ______ is an expensive fabric.
Answer: Silk

x. Yarn is made from _________.
Answer: fibre

xi. _________ is the twisting together of drawn out strands of fibers to form yarn.
Answer: Spinning 

xii. Plant fibres are obtained from _______ and _______.
Answer: fruits, stems

3. From which part of the plant jute fibre is obtained?
Answer: Jute fibre is obtained from stem of the jute plants.

4. What is fabric?
Answer: A piece of cloth produced by weaving or knitting fibres is called fabric.

5. Write few items that are made from coconut fibre?
Answer: Ropes, basket, door mat, Mattress etc.

6. What is oil lamps wick made of?
Answer: Cotton wool

7. What are the fruits of cotton plants called?
Answer: Cotton bolls

8. How is spinning done on large scale?
Answer: Spinning is done on large scale with the help of spinning machines.

9. From which part of the plant cotton fibre is obtained?
Answer: Cotton fibre is obtained from fruit of the cotton plants.

10. Give some name of fabrics from your surroundings?
Answer: Blankets, bed sheets, table-cloth, towels, shawl and curtains etc.

11. From where do we get silk?
Answer: We get silk from the cocoons of silkworms.

12. Where jute is grown in India?
Answer: Jute is grown in West Bengal, Assam, Orissa and Bihar.

13. Which state is the largest producer of jute in India?
Answer: West Bengal.

14. Write the names of unstitched cloth worn by people in India?
Answer: Sari, dhoti, lungi and turban

15. What is sericulture?
Answer: Rearing of silkworms for production of silk is called sericulture.

16. Which synthetic fibre is known as artificial silk?
Answer: Rayon

17. Which type of wool we get from a species of goat found in Kashmir?
Answer: Cashmere

18. Which type of climate is needed for the cultivation of cotton plants?
Answer: Hot and humid climate is needed for the cultivation of cotton plants.

19. Write any four fibres that are used to make clothes.
Answer: Cotton, silk, nylon, wool

20. Name two materials that are not fibres but are used to make clothes.
Answer: Leather and fur