Worksheet on Changes in the World Around Us

Worksheet on changes in the world around us contains the different types of questions on what changes we can see in day-to-day life in living things and non-living things.

Read the concept to answers the questions on changes in the world around us.

1. Which of these solids will melt?

(i) ice-cream    

(ii) wood   

(iii) paper      

(iv) eraser

2. What happens when you put water into the freezer?

(i) It remains as water.                

(ii) It becomes warm.     

(iii) It becomes cold water.              

 (iv) It changes into ice.

3. Which of these will not turn into ash when burnt?

(i) Paper                 

(ii) Matchstick  

(iii) Cotton handkerchief    

(iv) Rubber band

4. Write one set of words on each line to make complete sentences below:

melts, becomes hard, changes its size, become smaller, becomes soft,

changes its shape, change color, become bigger, looks different, changes its taste

(i) When a vegetable is cooked, it _______________.

(ii) As a fruit ripens it may _______________.

(iii) When an egg is boiled for a long time it _______________.

(iv) When paper burns it will _______________.

(v) When a potato is boiled it _______________.

(vi) When rice is cooked it _______________ and _______________ also

(vii)  As you use a cake of soap, it wall _______________.

(viii) When ghee is heated, it _______________.

(ix) When you blow into a balloon it will _______________.

(x) When a rubber band is pulled, it will _______________.

5. Make sentences like these:

(i) I used to be a bud, but now I am a ___________.

(ii) I used to be a caterpillar, but now I am a ___________.

(iii) I used to be a kitten, but now I am a ___________.

(iv) I used to be a pup, but now I am a ___________.

Check the answers of worksheet on changes in the world around us:


1. (i) ice-cream    

2. (iv) It changes into ice.

3. (iv) Rubber band

5. (i) flower

(ii) butterfly

(iii) cat

(iv) dog

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