class 6 evs

Here is a list of all the evs skills students learn in Class 6! These skills are organized into topics and sub-topics and are based on the National Curriculum. Click on any link to start practicing.GlobalShiksha will provide real time score and the difficulty of the questions will increase as you improve.

Living things and Non living things
  1. A.1  Characteristics of living things    
Changes around us
  1. B.1  Introduction to changes around us    
  2. B.2  Physical and chemical changes    
Getting to know plants
  1. C.1  Understanding plants    
More About Plants
  1. D.1  Know more about plants    
Sorting materials into Groups
  1. E.1  Introduction to sorting materials into groups    
  2. E.2  Types of material    
Food
  1. F.1  Sources of food    
  2. F.2  Components of food    
  3. F.3  Defeciency diseases    
Our Enviornment
  1. G.1  Living organisms and their surroundings    
  2. G.2  Biotic and abiotic components    
  3. G.3  Interdependence in nature    
  4. G.4  Food chain    
Air around us
  1. H.1  Introduction to air    
Separation of substances
  1. I.1  Introduction to separation of substances    
  2. I.2  Introduction to matter    
  3. I.3  States of matter    
  4. I.4  Pure substances and mixed substances    
  5. I.5  Compounds and mixtures    
Cotton-Fibres to Fabric
  1. J.1  Introduction to fiber to fabric    
  2. J.2  Process of making cloth    
Water
  1. K.1  Need of water    
  2. K.2  Waste management    
  3. K.3  Conservation of water    
Magnetism
  1. L.1  Introduction to magnetism    
  2. L.2  Magnetic and non-magnetic materials    
  3. L.3  Temporary & permanent magnets    
Motion and measurement of Distances
  1. M.1  Introduction to motion and measurement of distances    
  2. M.2  Concept of motion and measurement    
Electricity and Circuits
  1. N.1  Introduction to electricity    
  2. N.2  Sources of electricity    
Human Body
  1. O.1  Body movements    
  2. O.2  Reflex action and sense organs    
Work, force and energy
  1. P.1  Introduction to work, force and energy    
Soil
  1. Q.1  Introduction to soil