Worksheet on Cleanliness of Body Parts

Worksheet on cleanliness of body parts contains the various types of questions about how to stay clean to remain healthy.

Read the concept to answers the questions on cleanliness of different body parts.

I. Answer the following questions:

1. What do you do with your mouth?

2. What function does your nose perform?

3. What is the use of your skin?  

4. How do you clean your eyes? 

5. How do you wash your hair? 

6. Name the five sense organs.

II. Fill in the blanks:

1. We must wash our eyes and face with cold __________ many times a day.

2. We must __________ our nails regularly.

3. We should take a bath __________.

4. We should brush our teeth __________ a day.

5. We must __________ our hair daily.

III. Match the following:


1. eyes

2. ears

3. nose

4. tongue


(a) hear

(b) smell

(c ) taste

(d) sight

IV. Put a tick (√) against the correct sentences and cross (X) against the wrong ones:

1. Germs are our friends

2. We should wash our hands before eating food.

3. We should take a bath daily.

4. We should wear clean cloth daily.

5. Cleanliness keeps us healthy.

Check the answers of the worksheet on cleanliness of body parts:


1. We eat food with our mouth.

2. Nose helps us to breathe.

3. Skin helps us to feel a touch.

4. We wash our eyes with cold water many times a day.

5. We wash our hair with a good quality soap or shampoo.

6. The five sense organs are nose, eyes, ears, tongue and skin.

II. 1. water

2. trim

3. daily

4. twice

5. comb



1. eyes

2. ears

3. nose

4. tongue


(d) sight

(a) hear

(b) smell

(c ) taste

IV. 1. X

2. √

3. √

4. √

5. √

Worksheet on Cleanliness of Body Parts

Worksheet on Good Habits

Worksheet on Keep Fit and Healthy

Worksheet on our Basic Needs

Worksheet on a Need of House

Worksheet on Needs of Air

Worksheet on Needs of Water

Worksheet on Safety Rules and First Aid

First Grade

From Worksheet on Cleanliness of Body Parts to HOME PAGE

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Recent Articles

  1. Amphibolic Pathway | Definition | Examples | Pentose Phosphate Pathway

    Jun 06, 24 10:40 AM

    Amphibolic Pathway
    Definition of amphibolic pathway- Amphibolic pathway is a biochemical pathway where anabolism and catabolism are both combined together. Examples of amphibolic pathway- there are different biochemical…

    Read More

  2. Respiratory Balance Sheet | TCA Cycle | ATP Consumption Process

    Feb 18, 24 01:56 PM

    ATP Synthase in Mitochondria
    The major component that produced during the photosynthesis is Glucose which is further metabolised by the different metabolic pathways like glycolysis, Krebs cycle, TCA cycle and produces energy whic…

    Read More

  3. Electron Transport System and Oxidative Phosphorylation | ETC |Diagram

    Feb 04, 24 01:57 PM

    Electron Transport Chains
    It is also called ETC. Electron transfer means the process where one electron relocates from one atom to the other atom. Definition of electron transport chain - The biological process where a chains…

    Read More

  4. Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle | Krebs Cycle | Steps | End Products |Diagram

    Jan 28, 24 12:39 PM

    Aerobic Respiration
    This is a type of process which execute in a cyclical form and final common pathway for oxidation of Carbohydrates fat protein through which acetyl coenzyme a or acetyl CoA is completely oxidised to c…

    Read More

  5. Aerobic Respiration | Definition of Aerobic Respiration | Glycolysis

    Dec 15, 23 08:42 AM

    Aerobic Respiration
    This is a type of respiration where molecular free oxygen is used as the final acceptor and it is observed in cell. Site of Aerobic Respiration - Aerobic respiration is observed in most of the eukaryo…

    Read More

Cleanliness of Body Parts

Good Habits

Keep Fit and Healthy

Our Basic Needs

A House

Needs of Air

Needs of Water

Safety Rules and First Aid