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CBSE Class 5 EVS Worksheet

Living and Non Living Things

1.
Fill in the blanks: An egg develops into a butterfly. This proves that living things can ________ .
A) Reproduce B) Grow C) Respire D) Move
2.
Choose the correct option: Carbon dioxide is used by plants to carry out _____.
A) Respiration B) Absorption of water C) Photosynthesis D) Absorption of minerals
3.
State true or false: Oxygen is required by plants to prepare food.
A) true B) false
4.
Fill in the blanks: Germination of seeds represent ______.
A) Growth B) Reproduction C) Respiration D) Movement
5.
Choose the correct option: Which of the given option need air, water and food.
A) Correction tape B) Bottle C) Book D) Plant
6.
Choose the correct option: Food is required for living things to ______.
A) Perform metabolic activities B) Grow C) Keep healthy body D) All options
7.
State true or false: Animals use lungs for respiration.
A) true B) false
8.
Choose the correct option: Which of the following can make their own food.
A) Rose plant B) Pencil C) Elephant D) Lion
9.
Fill in the blanks: All living things including plants need ______ for breathing.
A) Nitrogen B) Oxygen C) Carbon dioxide D) Hydrogen sulphide
10.
State true or false: Plants respire through tiny holes in the leaves called stomata.
A) true B) false
11.
Fill in the blanks: ______ can move on its own.
A) Plant B) Monkey C) Pencil D) Eraser
12.
Fill in the blanks: Respiration is required to convert _____ into _____ .
A) Energy to food B) Food to energy C) Food to minerals D) Carbon dioxide to oxygen
13.
Explain the composition of the human body.
14.
State true or false: In Case of touching me not plant, leaflets close when stimulated, such as touching, warming, blowing, or shaking.
A) true B) false
15.
State true or false: All animals give birth to young ones.
A) true B) false
16.
Fill in the blanks: Growth of plant towards sunlight represents ______.
A) Movement B) Respiration C) Growth D) Reproduction
17.
Differentiate between living and nonliving things.
18.
State true or false: The skin of old persons is less reactive than that of younger persons.
A) true B) false
19.
Fill in the blanks: Lifespan of the elephant is _______ years.
A) 30 - 40 B) 50 - 60 C) 70 - 80 D) 100 - 120
20.
What are living things?

CBSE Class 5 EVS Worksheet

Living and Non Living Things

Answers

1.
Option B
2.
Option C
3.
Option B
4.
Option A
5.
Option D
6.
Option D
7.
Option B

Solution: Animals use different organs to respire.

8.
Option A
9.
Option B
10.
Option A
11.
Option B
12.
Option B

13.
The human body is composed of many different types of cells. The atoms and molecules of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, calcium and phosphorus reside in trillions of cells and noncellular components of the body. Many different types of cells that together create tissues and subsequently organ systems. Further, the organs well articulated in a particular manner, make an organism.
14.
Option A
15.
Option B

Solution: Some give birth to young ones, while others lay eggs.

16.
Option A

17.
The differences between living and nonliving objects are as follows: 1. Living things require nutrition. Non-living things do not require nutrition. 2. Living organisms can reproduce new individuals to continue the Organism. Non-living things cannot reproduce. 3. Living things show the process of metabolism. Metabolism is absent in the case of Non-living. 4. Living things can move or show the movement of parts of organs of their body in response to external stimuli. Non-living things never move on their own effort. 5. Living organisms respond to external stimuli. Non-living things have no power to respond to external stimuli. 6. Living things show growth which comes from within. Non-living things do not show any growth like living ones. 7. Living organism respire, i.e., they take in Oxygen and give out Carbon-dioxide, releasing energy for work, whereas, Nonliving things do not respire. 8. Living organisms have a definite Life Cycle, whereas, Non-Living objects have no definite Life Cycle.
18.
Option A
19.
Option C

20.
A living thing refers to any organism or form that has a life. They show following characteristics: 1. an organised structure, being made up of a cell or cells. 2. requires energy to survive or sustain existence 3. ability to reproduce 4. ability to grow 5. ability to metabolise 6. ability to respond to stimuli 7. ability to adapt to the environment 8. ability to move 9. ability to respire.