Climate and adaptation Worksheet-11

Climate and adaptation Worksheet-11



  1. The rise of the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere.
  2. A group of interdependent organisms and their habitat.
  3. Protecting something from change, loss or damage.
  4. General weather patterns observed over long periods of time.
  5. A gas that helps to trap the sun’s warmth in the atmosphere.
  6. The envelope of gases that surround Earth.
  7. A chemical compound made up of carbon and oxygen most commonly found as a gas.


Answer the following question:

  1. Fill in the correct name of the seasons according to the numbers given in the picture respectively.


1.      _________

2.      _________

3.      _________

4.      _________

5.      _________

6.      _________

7.      _________

8.      _________

Hint: There are four names of the seasons which are caused by the Earth’s revolution.

Note: Blanks are replaced by numbers.


Fill in the blanks:

  1. In the Northern hemisphere, the longest day of the year is around 22nd ________ (Write the name of month in the given blank)
  2. Weather of a place over a long period of time is called ________.
  3. The relative humidity of the air is measured by an instrument called _______.
  4. The amount of rainfall is measured by an instrument called the ________.
  5. The angle that the Earth's axis of rotation makes to the direction perpendicular to the plane of the Earth's orbit around the sun is called angle of _______.
  6. The special characteristics that enable some animals to live in a particular climate successfully are called ________.
  7. The movement or change of position from one place to another place is termed as _______.
  8. The Earth's axis of rotation is an imaginary line that passes through the _______.
  9. The happening in the atmosphere at any given time. eg: rain, wind, sun, clouds is called ______.


Answer :


  1. global warming
  2. ecosystem
  3. conservation
  4. climate
  5. greenhouse gas
  6. atmosphere
  7. carbon dioxide

Answer the following question:

  1. Spring
  2. Autumn
  3. Winter
  4. Summer
  5. Autumn
  6. Spring
  7. Summer
  8. Winter

Fill in the Blanks:

  1. June
  2. Climate
  3. Hygrometer/Hygrometre
  4. rain gauge/ raingauge
  5. inclination
  6. Adaptations
  7. Migration
  8. Equator
  9. Weather