NCERT Class VI Science Solutions: Chapter 3 – Fibre to Fabric Part 4

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Question 20:

Match the articles given in Column I with the articles of Column II

Match the Articles Given in Column I with the Articles of Column II (Q)
Match the articles given in Column I with the articles of Column II (Q)

Column I

Column II

Sweater

Cotton

Cotton bolls

Wool

Dhoti

Ginning

Gunny

Jute

Answer:

Match the Articles Given in Column I with the Articles of Column II (A)
Match the articles given in Column I with the articles of Column II (A)

Column I

Column II

Sweater

(ii) Wool

Cotton bolls

(iii) Ginning

Dhoti

(iv) Cotton

Gunny

(i) Jute

Matching items with fabric

Matching Items with Fabric

Matching items with fabric

Question 21:

Fill In the blanks to complete the life story of cotton fibre.

My parents, cotton plants were grown in __________ soil and __________ - climate. The plants bore fruits called __________. I, the cotton fibre was separated from seeds in the cotton boils by the process of __________. Other cotton fibres and myself were made into yarn by the process of __________. The yarn was __________ to give beautiful colours and then __________ to get cotton fabric.

Answer:

My parents, cotton plants were grown in black soil and warm - climate. The plants bore fruits called cotton boils. I, the cotton fibre was separated from seeds in the cotton boils by the process of ginning. Other cotton fibres and myself were made into yarn by the process of spinning. The yarn was dyed to give beautiful colours and then woven to get cotton fabric.

Question 22:

Match the terms given In Column I with the statements given in Column II.

Match the Column I and Column II. (Q)
Match the Column I and Column II. (Q)

Column I

Column II

Weaving

A single yarn used to make a fabric.

Knitting

Combing of cotton fibres to remove Seeds.

Spinning

Yams are made from these thin strands.

Ginning

These are spun from fibres and then used to make fabrics.

Fibre

Process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric.

Yarn

Process of making yam from fibres.

Answer:

Match the Column I and Column II. (A)
Match the Column I and Column II. (A)

Column I

Column II

Weaving

Process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric.

Knitting

A single yarn used to make a fabric.

Spinning

Process of making yam from fibres.

Ginning

Combing of cotton fibres to remove Seeds.

Fibre

Yams are made from these thin strands.

Yarn

These are spun from fibres and then used to make fabrics.

Question 23:

In the names of useful items made from jute fibres in Fig, One such example is given.

Images for useful items made from jute fibres

Useful Items Made from Jute Fibres

Images for useful items made from jute fibres

Answer:

Fabric, jewellery, hand-bag, carpet, mattress, gunny bag. Cap or any other.

Facrics in items

Facrics in Items

Facrics in items