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CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH2 - Components of Food (Worksheet)

Components of Food

Worksheet based on NCERT Class 6 Science Chapter


CBSE Class 6 - Science - CH2 - Components of Food (Worksheet)
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Fill in the following with the list of words given below:
Sunlight, Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins, Copper sulphate, Roughage, Vitamins, Scurvy,
        Water, Anaemia, Iodine


1. ___________ and ___________ mainly provide energy to our body.

2. __________ help in protecting our body against diseases.

3. ________ is a food item which does not provide any nutrition.

4. ________ and minerals are needed for the growth and the maintenance of our body.

5. Deficiency of Iron causes __________

6. Sea Food is a rich source of ______



7. Dietary fibres are also known as _____________.

8. Our body also prepares Vitamin D in the presence of ___________.

9. A solution of _________ and Caustic Soda is used to detect the prsence of proteins.

10. Deficiency of Vitamin C causes _________ disease.



Identify the Vitamin?

11. Which vitamin helps in clotting of blood?                  ___________________

12. Which vitamin makes our bones and teeth strong?       ___________________

13. Which vitamin keeps our skin healthy?       ___________________

14. Which vitamin helps in formation of red blood cells?       ___________________


Write the food components which are connected with the following deficiency diseases.

15. Marasmus _______________________________

16. Night blindness _______________________________

17. Osteoporosis _______________________________

18. Kwashiorkor _______________________________

19. Anaemia _______________________________

20. Beriberi ________________________


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Answers:
1. Carbohydrates, Fats,
2. Vitamins
3. Water
4. Proteins
5. Anaemia
6. Iodine
7. Roughage
8. Sunlight
9. Copper sulphate
10. Scurvy
11. Vitamin K
12. Vitamin D
13. Vitamin E or A
14. Vitamin B
15. Carbohydrate and proteins
16. Vitamin A
17. Vitamin D
18. Proteins
19. Iron
20. Vitamin B1

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