Worksheet on uses of Plants and Animals

Worksheet on uses of plants and animals contains various types of questions on how they are useful to us. We know, we get many things from plants and animals.

I. Answer the following questions:

(i) What are the things that make our land green and pleasant?

(ii) How can you say that plants provide us food?

(iii) What are cereals? What are their uses?

(iv) Name some medicinal plants and state their uses.

(v) Name some timber giving trees.

(vi) Name the animals that are used for transportation purposes?

II. Describe the major functions of the following animals:

Name of Animals                               Major Functions

(i) Bullock

(ii) Camel

(iii) Elephant 

(iv) Monkey

(v) Sheep

(vi) Pigeon

III. Name any three plants or trees which provide the following:

(i) Fruits

(ii) Vegetables

(iii) Timer

(iv) Pulses

(v) Cereals

IV. Name any three animals which give us the following:

(i) Milk

(ii) Wool

(iii) Meat

V. Fill in the blanks:

(i) ___________ give us grain, fruits vegetables and pulses.

(ii) We obtain timer, cotton ___________ from plants.

(iii) ___________ are used for ploughing the field.

(iv) Horses are used for ___________.

(v) We get wooI from ___________.

(vi) ___________ pollution is checked by plants.

(vii) We prepare ___________ from the dung of animals.

Check the answers of the worksheet on uses of plants and animals:


I. (i) Plants make the land green and pleasant.

(ii) Plants give us food in the form of eatable leaves, food-grains, edible oil, fruits, vegetables, spices, etc.

(iii) The cereals are seeds of some plants belonging to the grass family. It is used in cooking.

(iv) Some medicinal plants Neem, tulsi, brahmi, bail, etc. We use these plants to cure patients suffering from various diseases.

(v) Some timber giving trees are teak, shisham, sal, etc.

(vi) Bullock, camel, donkey, elephant, horse, etc. are used for transportation purposes.

II. Name of Animals

(i) Bullock

(ii) Camel

(iii) Elephant 

(iv) Monkey

(v) Sheep

(vi) Pigeon

                      Major Functions

used for ploughing the fields and threshing the crops.

used for conveyance and carrying loads.

used for carrying people or goods from one place to another.

used for entertainment.

used for meat and wool.

used for sending letters from one place to another.

III. (i) mango tree, apple tree, orange tree

 (ii) Potato, tomato, ladyfinger

(iii) teak, shisham, sal

(iv) gram, pea, lentil

(v) rice, wheat, gram

IV. (i) cow, goat, buffalo

(ii) sheep, goat, yak

(iii) goat, sheep, pig

V. (i) Plants

(ii) medicines

(iii) Bullocks

(iv) conveyance

(v) sheep

(vi) Air

(vii) manure

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