Human Body Worksheet-5

Human Body Worksheet-5


  1. Chandu planted two plants in his garden. Both the plants are of same type and same quality. He poured two glasses of water daily to plant A and no water to plant B. Then over four weeks he measured the heights of both the plants and drew the following image.

Which plant grew at a faster rate?

A. Plant A

B. Plant B

C. Both plants grew at the same rate

D. Cannot be determined from the graph


  1. A student identified the following characteristics in an animal:

1. Spines to prevent slipping

2. Ability to climb trees

3. Strong claws and broad hip

The animal may be best categorised under ______.

A. Terrestrial animals                 B. Arboreal animals

C. Reptiles                                     D. Aquatic animals


  1. Which of the following is a rich source of protein?

A. Wheat            B. Pulses            C. Meat              D. Both B and C


  1. I have a crown, I am not a king.

I have a neck, I am not an animal.

I have a root, I am not a plant.

What does 'I' represent in the above riddle?

A. Bacterium    B. Tooth             C. Nail                D. Tongue.


  1. The figure shows one of the important organ systems “Kidney” in the human body. Which is true about the organ “Kidney”?


(i) It produces urine.

(ii) It excretes urea,

(iii) It stores urine.

A. (i) & (ii)         B. (ii) & (iii)      C. (i) & (iii)        D. (i), (ii) & (iii).


  1. The image represents an organ which takes in oxygen from the atmosphere and gives out carbon dioxide to the atmosphere. Name the organ.

A. Small intestine                         B. Kidneys

C. Lungs                                         D. Stomach


  1. Which of the following organs is bean shaped?

A. Kidney           B. Lung              C. Heart             D. Stomach


  1. Loss of excess of water and salts from the body is called ____.

A. Respiration                               B. Rehydration

C. Dehydration                             D. Perspiration


  1. Which of these diseases spread through infected food and water?

A. Cholera                                     B. Typhoid

C. Common cold                           D. Both A & B


  1. Wisdom teeth appear at the age of ___.

A. 12 - 13 years                            B. 2 - 3 years

C. 13 - 16 years                            D. 20 - 25 years


Answer Key:

(1)–A; (2)–B; (3)–D; (4)–B; (5)–A; (6)–C; (7)–A; (8)–C; (9)–D; (10)–D