Worksheet on Water and its Uses

Worksheet on water and its uses contains various types of questions on sources of water, drinking water and how to save water.

Read the concept to answer the questions on water and its uses and forms of water.   

I. Tick (√) the correct answers:

1. The three forms in which water is found are -

(i) solid, liquid, water                                

(ii) solid, ice, water             

(iii) steam, ice, gas                         

(iv) ice, water, steam

2. What will happen to the ice if it is left out?

(i) The ice melts to form water.

(ii) The ice freezes to form water.

(iii) The water freezes to form ice.

(iv) The water melts to form ice.

3. What is filter used for?

(i) It removes dirt from water.

(ii) It makes the water warm.

(iii) It cools water.

(iv) It makes water salty.

4. The Sun heats up water in the ponds and changes it into -

(i) ice                                                            

(ii) steam    

(iii) water                                                  

(iv) water vapour

II. Unscramble these letters to make the correct words.

(i) DIUILQ                            

(ii) FRLTEI          

(iii) CEI     

(iv) DUPELTLO                      

(v) OSNW

(vi) RMESG

(vii) SETMA


III. Complete these sentences using one of the words in the brackets.

(i) Rain water soaks into the ground and fills _________. (wells/puddles) 

(ii) Boiling water removes the _________. (dirt/germs)

(iii) Boiling water changes it into _________. (steam/ice)

 (iv) We need more water in summer because we _________. (cry/sweat)

(v) Plants take in water from the _________. (air/ground)

(vi) Plants take in water through their _________. (roots/leaves)

(vii) When ice turns into water it is called _________. (freezing/melting)

(viii) When we dry our clothes in the sun, the water changes into _________. (water vapour/steam)

IV. Match the words in column I with the words in column II:

(i) freezing

(ii) boiling

(iii) filter

(iv) polluted water

(v) rivers

(vi) snow

(a) not good for drinking.

(b) flow into the sea

(c) water changes into ice

(d) kill germs

(e) found on high mountains

(f) removes dirt in water

V. Answer the following questions given in the worksheet on water and its uses:

(i) Why do we not drink sea water?

(ii) Name three things for which you use water.

(iii) How can we kill germs in our drinking water?

(iv) What is one way in which people pollute water?

(v) Name the three forms of water.

Check the answers of worksheet on water and its uses:


I. 1. (iv) ice, water, steam

2. (i) The ice melts to form water.

3. (i) It removes dirt from water.

4. (iv) water vapour

II. (i) liquid                            

(ii) filter

(iii) ice

(iv) polluted             

(v) snow

(vi) germs

(vii) steam

(viii) water vapour  

III. (i) wells

(ii) germs

(iii) steam

(iv) sweat

(v) ground

(vi) roots

(vii) melting

(viii) water vapour

IV. (i) freezing

(ii) boiling

(iii) filter

(iv) polluted water

(v) rivers

(vi) snow

(c) water changes into ice

(d) kill germs

(f) removes dirt in water

(a) not good for drinking.

(b) flow into the sea

(e) found on high mountains

V. (i) We do not drink sea water because it is salty.

(ii) The three things we use water is drinking, bathing and washing clothes.

(iii) We can kill germs in our drinking water by boiling the water.

(iv) The one way in which people pollute water is by using the same water for washing clothes.

(v) The three forms of water are solid (ice and snow), liquid (water) and gas (steam and water vapour).

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