NCERT Grade 6 Science Chapter 8, Body Movements discusses the body movements in animals and human beings. It deals with the various processes and parts involved in the movement of organisms from one place to another.Section 1, Human Body and its Movements deals with joints; types of joints such as ball and socket joint, pivot joint, hinge joint and fixed joints. Structure, location and function of these joints, bones involving the formation of different types of joints and other details are described in this section with the help of colourful diagrams and lucid language. Technical terms such as cartilage, carpels, etc. is introduced to the students through this section.
Section 2, Gait of Animals discusses the pattern of movement in different animals such as snail, cockroach, birds, fish, etc. Explanation of concepts with the help of activities and diagrams help to understand the concept of movement in animals.A set of technical terms, activities, exercises and summarizing points given in this chapter help the students to have a fun-filled learning along with developing a grip on the concepts discussed in NCERT Grade 6 Science Chapter 8, Body Movements.
Get 100 percent accurate NCERT Solutions for Class 6 Science Chapter 8 (Body Movements) explained by expert Science teachers. We provide solutions for the questions given in Class 6 Science textbook as per CBSE Board guidelines from the latest NCERT book for Class 6 Science. The topics and sub-topics in Chapter 8 Body Movements are given below.
Ex 8.1 - HUMAN BODY AND ITS MOVEMENTS
Ex 8.2 - “GAIT OF ANIMALS”.
We cover all questions in the chapter given below:-
Chapter 8 - 4 Questions with Solutions.
Other than given exercises, you should also practice all the solved examples given in the book to clear your concepts on Body Movements. Download the free PDF of Chapter 8 Body Movements and take the print out to keep it handy for your exam preparation.
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