Daily Practice Problems
Class 6 Science
Food : Where does it come from
daily practice problem

Question 1:

What do you understand by the term ‘food ingredients’?


Question 2:

List the different edible parts of the plant.


Question 3:

Differentiate between herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.


Question 4:

How is honey produced and stored?


Question 5:

What do you understand by the term ‘edible’?


Question 6:

Explain the process of making sprouts from moong dal.


Question 7:

Why shouldn’t we taste unknown plants?


Question 8:

Why boiled seeds fail to sprout?


Question 9:

Why do we need to eat food?


Question 10:

Name five plants whose roots are edible.


Question 11:

What do you understand by the term ‘nectar’?


Question 12:

What are sprouted seeds?


Question 13:

Why do people across the country eat different kinds of food?


Question 14:

What are the different categories of animals based on their eating habits?


Question 15:

Why should we eat cooked food?


Question 16:

Where do the food ingredients come from?


Question 17:

Do you think some food ingredients are common for different food items?

Name some.


Question 18:

Which process makes the moong dal more nutritious?


Question 19:

Name any two commonly used food ingredients that are neither obtained from plants nor from animals.


Question 20:

What are the different parts of the banana that we use as food?