Free CBSE Class 6 Social Studies History What, Where, How and When? Worksheets

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Sample CBSE Class 6 Social Studies History What, Where, How and When? Worksheet Questions

True or False: Once sources are found, learning about the past becomes an adventure, as we reconstruct it bit by bit.
1. true 2. false
Fill in the blanks: BC stands for _______.
1. Before Christ 2. Before Christianity 3. Birth of Christ 4. Birth of Christianity
Fill in the blanks: AD stands for _______.
1. After Death 2. Anno Domini 3. Anno Death 4. After Domini
Fill in the blanks: Agriculture was started around ______ years ago.
1. 6000.0 2. 7000.0 3. 8000.0 4. 9000.0
Fill in the blanks: The Present time is about _______ AD/CE.
1. 1000.0 2. 3000.0 3. 5000.0 4. 2000.0
True or False: Magadha was the first big kingdom in earlier times.
1. true 2. false
Who are Archaeologists?
Do you think we had multiple pasts? Explain with example.
What are tributaries?
Name the two rivers on whose banks the earliest cities flourished.

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