6 Science Annualplan Vasantha



  • Where do we get water from?
  • Water cycle, loss of water by plants
  • Formation of clouds
  • Physical and chemical properties
  • Conservation of water -– Rain water harvesting

Garbage in and garbage out

  • Dealing with garbage
  • Vermi composting
  • Think and throw
  • Recycling of paper
  • Plastics- Boon OR a cause



  • Where does it come from?
  • Food varieties from different regions of India
  • Sources of food, nutrition of animals.

Components of food

  • Major nutrients
  • Test for starch, fats, protein and vitamins.


Components of food

  • Balanced diet and deficiency disorders.

Fibre to fabric

  • Variety in fabrics
  • Fibre - Some plant fibres
  • Spinning cotton yarn
  • Yarn to fabric- Weaving and knitting.


Sorting materials into groups

  • Different types of objects and the material they are made of
  • Properties of materials- Appearance, hardness, soluble or insoluble, transparency, opaque and translucent.

Separation of substances

  • Need of separation
  • Different methods of separation
  • Water has a universal solvent

October and November

Getting to know plants

  • Classification of plants based on height, stem and branches
  • Structure and functions of root, leaf, flower


Changes around us

  • Reversible and irreversible changes


Living organisms and surroundings

  • Habitat and adaptation
  • Different types of habitats
  • Characteristics of the living organisms.

Body movements

  • Human body and its movements
  • Types of joints
  • Movement exhibited by different types of organisms (Earthworm, Snail etc)


Air around us

  • Components of air
  • Availability of oxygen to animals and plants living in water and soil
  • Replacement of oxygen in the atmosphere

Light, Shadows and reflections

  • Transparent, Opaque and Translucent objects,
  • Shadows


Light, Shadows and reflections

  • Pinhole camera
  • Mirrors and reflection.

Electricity and circuits

  • Electric cell, Electric circuit, Electric switch
  • Conductors and insulators.
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