Fibre to Fabric MCQ

Fibre to Fabric MCQ/Objective Questions Chapter 3 Class 6 Science

Which among these is not made from fabric?

  • a. Bed sheet
  • b. School bag
  • c. Towel
  • d. Book

  • d. Book

Book is made from wood pulp.

Whic among these is not a fibre used in making fabric

  • a. Cotton
  • b. Silk
  • c. Plastic
  • d. Jute

  • c. Plastic

Fabric consists of interwoven threads arranged together. These threds are called:

  • a. Fibre
  • b. Fabric
  • c. Yarn
  • d. Strand
  • c. Yarn/threads

Fibre to Fabric MCQ/Objective Questions Chapter 3 Class 6 Science

Yarns are made up of many:

  • a. Fabric
  • b. Strands
  • c. Fibres
  • d. None

  • b. Strands

On closely looking at thin strands we still see thinner strands. These thinner strands is:

  • a. Fibre
  • b. Fabric
  • c. Yarn
  • d. None

  • a. Fibre

From where natural fibres are obtained?

  • a. Plants
  • b. Animals
  • c. Both
  • d. None

  • c. Both

Naturally obtained fibres come from plant and animal both.For example we get jute from plant while wool is an animal product.

Strike out the one which is a fibre obtained from animal.

  • a. Cotton
  • b. Coir
  • c. Jute
  • d. Silk

  • d. Silk

All are plant produce except the silk. We get coir from coconut. Silk is obtained from silkworm.

Choose the one which is a plant product.

  • a. Wool
  • b. Silk
  • c. Jute
  • d. None

  • c. Jute

Which among these is not a synthetic fibre?

  • a. Polyester
  • b. Nylon
  • c. Cotton
  • d. Acrylic

  • c. Cotton

All are synthetic/man-made except cotton.

Which fibre is used in oil lamp at the home?

  • a. Silk
  • b. Coir
  • c. Cotton
  • d. Wool

  • c. Cotton

Cotton plant grow in which soil?

  • a. Red soil
  • b. Black soil
  • c. Sandy
  • d. Loamy

  • b. Black soil

Black soil are rich in organic matters. These help the cotton plant grow faster.

Which climate is preferred for cotton farming?

  • a. Wet
  • b. Warm
  • c. Cool
  • d. None
Warm

In wet climate rain spoil the cotton. Cotton do not grow in cold regions.

Largest producer of cotton in the world is:

  • a. India
  • b. America
  • c. China
  • d. Russia

  • a. India

India produces largest amount of cotton in the world and is second biggest exporter after US.

Highest cotton producing state in India is

  • a. Gujarat
  • b. Punjab
  • c. Telangana
  • d. Maharastra

  • a. Gujarat

Gujarat is first among cotton producing state. Maharasta is second.

Cotton bolls ( fruit of cotton plant) are of size of a:

  • a. Lemon
  • b. Orange
  • c. Pineapple
  • d. Watermelon

  • a. Lemon

The process of separating the fibres from seeds is called:

  • a. Spinning
  • b. Ginning
  • c. Weaving
  • d. Knitting

  • b. Ginning

Fibre to Fabric MCQ
ginning

Which part of the plant is used in making jute?

  • a. Leaves
  • b. Roots
  • c. Stem
  • d. Fruit

  • c. Stem

 

Which season is helpful in producing jute?

  • a. Winter
  • b. Summer
  • c. Rainy
  • d. None

  • c. Rainy

Jute produced from plant need large quantity of water to seperate it from plants. So, rainy season is preferred. West Bengal, Bihar, Andhrapradesh and Orissa are its major producer.

The process of making yarn by pulling and twisting fibres is:

  • a. Spinning
  • b. Knitting
  • c. Weaving
  • d. Ginning

  • a. Spinning

Takli or charkha is a _ _ _ _ _ device?

  • a. Ginning
  • b. Spinning
  • c. Weaving
  • d. None

  • b. Spinning

Who popularised use of charkha duing Independence movements?

  • a. Mahatma Gandi
  • b. Subash Chandra Bose
  • c. Chandra Sekhar Azaad
  • d. Morar ji Desai

  • a. Mahatma Gandi

All these are freedom fighter who fought for India during Independence movements. Mahtama Gandhi promoted clothes made of hand spun cotton termed Khadi so that people stop importing foreign fabrics.

The process of arranging two sets of yarn to make a fabric is:

  • a. Weaving
  • b. Kintting
  • c. Spinning
  • d. None

  • a. Weaving

The machine used for weaving is :

  • a. Charkha
  • b. Takli
  • c. Handloom
  • d. None

  • c. Handloom

By which process winter seeaters are made from wool?

  • a. Weaving
  • b. Knitting
  • c. Ginning
  • d. None

  • b. Knitting

Which type of cloths didd ancient people wear?

  • a. Cotton paints and shirts
  • b. Silk kurtas
  • c. Plant bark and animal skin/fur
  • d. Polyester cloths

  • c. Plant bark and animal skin/fur

In old days Egyptians cultivated which plant near Nile river to get fibres?

  • a. Jute
  • b. Coconut
  • c. Cotton
  • d. None

  • c. Cotton

Cotton and flax tress were grown near Nile river to get fibres.

WHich fabric among these is used in unstiched form?

  • a. Dhoti
  • b. Shirt
  • c. Tshirt
  • d. Pent

  • a. Dhoti

In older days people do not know how to sew. They wore fabrics in unstiched form. In present time also some cloths are in unstiched form. They are Dhoti, saree, lungi, turban.

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