Worksheet on Clean and Hygienic Surroundings

Worksheet on clean and hygienic surroundings contains various types of questions on how to stay healthy and keep our surroundings neat and clean. We know clean surroundings make us happy and keep us healthy.

I. Fill in the blanks:

(i) We must sweep the floors of our house ________.

(ii) We must use ________ vessels in the kitchen.

(iii) We should ________ the toilet after using it.

(iv) ________ keep away flies and germs.

(v) We must ________ of the garbage daily.

II. Answer the following:

(i) Why should we keep our household items in order?

(ii) Name two ways to keep our homes clean.

(iii) Why should a dirty kitchen be cleaned at the earliest?

(iv) Why should kitchen garbage be kept covered at all times?

(v) Why should we not allow water to stagnate in or around our house?

 Mention five ways in which you keep your surroundings clean.

Check the answers of worksheet on clean and hygienic surroundings:


I. (i) daily

(ii) washed

(iii) flush

(iv) disinfectants

(v) dispose

II. (i) We should keep our household items in order to look the place neat and clean and to find the things easily.

(ii) The two ways to keep our homes clean are:

(a) We should sweep and mop the floors daily.

(b) We should clean and dust the curtains and carpets on a regular basis.

(iii) A dirty kitchen should be cleaned at the earliest because dirty vessels will lead to infection and diseases.

(iv) Kitchen garbage should be kept covered at all times because open kitchen garbage will attract files which sit on uncovered food can spoil clean food.

(v) We should not allow water to stagnate in or around our house because mosquitoes breed in such water can spread diseases.

Third Grade

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