Class 5 My Science, Health and Physical Education Guide Part 2 - Health Education Lesson 4- Solid Wastes Solution

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Class 5 My Science, Health and Physical Education Guide

Part 2 - Health Education

Lesson 4- Solid Wastes 

1. Put a tick (√) if the statement is correct and a cross (×) if it is wrong.
Answer 👉 
a. ×
b. ×
c. √
d. √
e. √

2. Match column ‘A’ with column ‘B’.
Answer 👉 
(a) Weeds - is decaying waste
(b) Waste - pollutes the environment
(c) Glass bottle - re-useable
(d) Iron - does not decay

3. Write answers to the following questions.
a. What is called solid waste?
Answer 👉 Solid waste is any discarded material that is not liquid or gas and can include garbage, rubbish, construction and demolition debris, and industrial waste.

b. Write the names of any five wastes produced at school.
Answer 👉  Some of the wastes produced at school could include paper, food waste, plastic bottles, used pens and pencils, and broken or outdated electronic equipment.

c. How does the environment is get littered? Mention any two causes.
Answer 👉 The environment gets littered when people improperly dispose of their waste, such as throwing trash on the ground or into bodies of water. Two causes of littering could be lack of education on proper waste disposal methods and lack of access to proper waste disposal facilities.

d. How is compost fertilizer made? 
Answer 👉 Compost fertilizer is made by collecting biodegradable waste materials such as food scraps, yard waste, and dead leaves in a compost bin or pile. The materials are then mixed together and allowed to decompose over time, usually several weeks or months, until they turn into a nutrient-rich soil amendment that can be added to gardens or used in agriculture.

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