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Where Does It Comes From?

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-01 Where Does It Comes From? it includes revision notes such as The main sources of our food are plants and animals.Food sources from plants:- vegetables, pulses, spices, cereals, fruits, oils, etc. Food sources from animals:- milk, egg, honey, meat, fish, etc.Other sources of food are salt and water. Animals which eat only plants are called herbivores. Example: cow, goat, sheep etc.

Fibre To Fabric

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-03 Fibre To Fabric it includes revision notes such as weaving involves placing two sets of threads or yarn made of fibre, calle the warp and weft of the loom.The warps are drawn tight in paralllel order, with the weft being interplaced at rught angles to the warps.

Separation Of Substances

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-05 Separation Of Substances it includes revision notes such as  Filtration:  In this process the impurities are passed through a filter. The filter has pores in it that allow only liquids to pass through ; it can separate the suspended particles or solid particles.Centrifugation: The method in which mixture containing suspended particles is rotated at a high speed in a centrifuge and heavier particles settle down. It is used for separating cream from milk.

Changes Around Us

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-06 Changes Around Us it includes revision notes such as  Heating of metal: Process in which a metal is heated to a certain temperature and the cooled in a particular manner to alter its internal structure for obtaining desired degree of physical and mechanical properties such as brittleness, hardness, and softness.

Getting To Know Plants

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-07 Getting To Know Plants it includes revision notes such as Trees: These are big plants which have a tall and strong stem (trunk). Stems have branches in the upper part, much above the ground. Live for many years. Example: mango, neem, banyan, coconut, etc.

Body Movements

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-08 Body Movements it includes revision notes such as Rib cage: It is a flexible case of ribs. Each rib curves round the side of the chest from the backbone and is joined in front to a plate of bone called sternum. Ribs are connected to one another by the muscles. Two lowermost pairs of ribs are called ‘floating ribs’.

The Living Organisms And Their Surroundings

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-09 The Living Organisms And Their Surroundings it includes revision notes such as Grasslands: Animals are light brown in colour; Lion: a Long clause in front legs that can be withdrawn inside the toes; eyes in front of face. Deer: Srong teeth, long ears, eyes on the sides of head. Mountains: Animals have thick skin or fur; mountain goat has strong hooves. Trees are cone shaped having sloping branches; leaves are needle like.

Motion and Measurement Of Distances

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-10 Motion and Measurement Of Distances it includes revision notes such as In ancient times, people used the length of a foot, the width of a finger, the distance of a step as units of measurement. This caused confusion and a need to develop a uniform system of measurement.

Shadows And Reflections

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-11 Shadows And Reflections it includes revision notes such as Due to larger(extended) light source: Two shadows are formed-a dark one in the centre and a light one on the outside. Dark shadow is called umbra and the faint or lighter shadow is called penumbra.

Electricity and Circuits

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-12 Electricity and Circuits it includes revision notes such as Bulb: Lights up when an electric current flows through it. An electric bulb has a filament that is connected to its  terminals. An electric bulb glows when electric current passes through it. The filament of an electric bulb is made of a tiny , coiled tungsten wire.

Fun With Magnets

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-13 Fun With Magnets it includes revision notes such as Single Touch Method:  When a magnet is used to rub an iron object along it's length, the starting from one end to another end like combing one's hair, the iron object gets magnetised.  Double Touch Method: When an iron bar ( object ) is rubbed by two powerfull bar magnets of equal strength with their opposite poles at the centre, in opposite direction , the bar or the object becomes a magnet.


Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-14 Water it includes revision notes such as The cycle of processes by which water circulates between the earth's oceans, atmosphere, and land, involving precipitation as rain and snow, drainage in streams and rivers, and return to the atmosphere by evaporation and transpiration.

Air Around Us

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-15 Air Around Us it includes revision notes such as Water Vapour: Formed due to evaporation of water. Amount of water vapour present  in the air is called humidity. Varies from place to place and also in the same place during day and night. Carbon dioxide: Plants and animals consume oxygen and produce carbon dioxide during respiration. It is used by green plants for photosynthesis. It is released on burning.

Garbage in and Garbage out

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-16 Garbage in, Garbage out it includes revision notes such as office and  Industrial wastes: wastes produced by industries. The common industrial wstes are smoke, plastic, objects, glass, fly ash, etc. Commercial wastes: wastes generated from commercial establishments such as shops, malls, stores restarurants, hotels, motels, printing press, auto-repair shops, medical facilities. 

Components Of Food

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-02 Components Of Food it includes revision notes such as Fats: These are very high energy-giving compounds compounds. They produce greater amount of energy than carbohydrates. Carbohydrates and fats are Energy giving food. Minerals: These are elements required by the body in small amounts. It is essential for growth and development of bones, teeth and red blood cells. Proteins: These are body-building foods. They help in  growth of the body.

Sorting Materials Into Groups

Key notes for class VI Science Chapter-04 Sorting Materials Into Groups it includes revision notes such as material through which electric current can pass easily are the good conductors of electricity. metals are good conductors of electricity. wood, plastic,rubber, cork and certain materials are bad conductors of electricity.electric current does not pass through them.

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