Lakhmir Singh Manjit Kaur Class 6 Science Third Chapter Fibre to Fabric Solution

Lakhmir Singh Manjit Kaur Class 6 Science Third Chapter Fibre to Fabric Solution

Very Short Answer Type Questions

(1) Ans: Sheep.

(2) Ans: flax.

(3) Ans: West Bengal and UP.

(4) Ans: ropes and mats.

(5) Ans: Synthetic fibre.

(6) Ans: Fruit of cotton plants.

(b) Ans: Stem of jute plants.

(7) Ans: Cotton fabrics, Woollen fabrics, Silk fabrics and Synthetic fabrics.

(8) (a) Silk fibre is obtained from the stem of a plant. T
(b) Polyester is a natural fibre. F
(c) Jute is the outer covering of coconut. F
(d) The process of removing seeds from cotton is called ginning. T

(e) Yarn is made from fibres. T
(f) Spinning is a process of making fibres. F
(g) Weaving of yarn makes a fabric. T
(h) In weaving of yarn makes a fabric. T
(i) A sweater, a single yarn is used to make a fabric. F

(9) Ans: Bark of tress, big leaves of trees, animal skin and furs.

(10) Ans: mats and baskets.

(11) Ans: Maharashtra, parts of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat.

(12) Ans: cotton and flax crops.

(13) Ans: Saree, dhoti, lungi and turban.

(14) Fill in the blanks with suitable words:

(a) Animal fibres are silk and wool.

(b) Linen is made from the fibres of flax plant.

(c) Terylene is a synthetic fibre but flax is a natural fibre.

(d) The common name of coconut fibre is coir.

(e) Fabrics are made first by spinning the fibre to make yarn and then weaving or
knitting the yarn.

Short Answer Type Questions

(15) Ans: Two types of fibres are (a) Natural fibres and (b) Synthetic fibres.

 (a) Natural fibres example: Cotton and wool.

 (b) Synthetic fibres example: Nylon and Polyester.

(16) Ans: The process of separating cotton fibres from the seeds is called ginning.

 Ginning was traditionally done by hands by using a comb-like device. These days ginning is also done by using machine.

(17) Ans: Cotton fibres used for filling pillows, mattresses and quilts.

(18) Ans: The fabrics are made from fibres in the following two steps:

(i) Fibres are first converted to yarn by the process of spinning.

(ii) fabric is made from yarn by the process of weaving or knitting.

(19) Ans: A device for making fabrics by weaving yarn or threads is called loom.

 Hand loom and power loom usually made by weaving and knitting is using by knitting needles.

(20) Ans: Natural fibres: Wool, Cotton, Silk and jute. Synthetic fibres: Nylon, and Polyester.

(21) Ans: The fibres which are obtained from natural sources like plants and animals
are called natural fibres.

The name of two fibres obtained from plants is cotton and jute.

The name of two fibres which obtained from animals is wool and silk.

(22) Ans: Cotton crop is usually grown at places having black soil and warm climate.
In our country where cotton mainly grown in the states of Maharashtra
and Gujarat.

(23) Ans: Cotton fibres is the term ‘ginning’ associated.

Name of four animals from which wool is obtained: Sheep, goat, rabbits and
yak.

(24) Ans: Yarn can be made from fibres by using three following devices:
(i) hand spindle,
(ii) Spinning wheel, and

(iii) Spinning machines.

(25) Ans: (a) Weaving: The process of making a fabric by arranging yarns passing in one direction with other yarns at right angles to them, is called weaving.

(b) Knitting: The process of making a fabric by interlocking loops of single yarn with knitting needles or machines is called knitting.

Long Answer Type Questions

(26) Ans: (a) Cotton fabrics: Wear clothes made of cotton fabrics during the hot days
of summer season.

(b) Wool fabrics: Woollen clothes are worm in the cold days of winter.

(c) Silk and Synthetic fabrics: The clothes made of silk and synthetic fabrics are the most comfortable when the weather is neither very hot nor very cold.

(27) Ans: Jute fibre is obtained from the jute plants as follows: The jute plants are harvested from the fields when they are at flowering stage. The stems of the harvested jute plants are immersed in water for a few days. During this time, the stems rot and fibres are left behind. The jute fibres are separated from water by hand.

Jute fibres is used to make ropes and jute bags.

(28) Ans: (a) Fibre: A very thin, thread-like strand from which cloth is made is called
fibre.
(b) Fabric: fabric means cloth.

* The fabrics are made from fibres in the following two steps:

(i) Fibres are first converted to yarn by the process of weaving of spinning.

(ii) Fabric is made from yarn by the process of weaving or knitting.

(29) Ans: A device for making fabrics by weaving yarn or threads is called a loom.

The weaving of yarn to make fabrics is done by using looms.

 Difference between handloom and powerloom: The loom which is worked by hand is called handloom. One the other hand, the loom which works with electric power is called powerloom.

(30) Ans: Natural fibres: The fibres which are obtained from natural sources like plants and animals are called natural fibers.

Example: Cotton and wool.

Synthetic fibres: The fibres which are prepared from chemical substances in industry, are called synthetic fibres.
Example: Nylon and polyester.

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

(31) Ans: (b) nylon.

(32) Ans: (a) yarns

(33) Ans: (c) flax.

(34) Ans: (d) flax.

(35) Ans: (c) silk.

(36) Ans: (d) ginning.

(37) Ans: (d) silk.

(38) Ans: (a) cotton.

(39) Ans: (b) silk.

(40) Ans: (d) linen.

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