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AURORA A.

QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


San Andres St. Malate, Manila

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
In

SCIENCE GRADE IV
First Grading S.Y. 2015-2016
CONTENTS
Identify the harmful effects
of polluting the
environment
Identifying the materials
that float and sink
Identify the harmful effects
of using chemicals
Have the knowledge on
how to read the labels on
the food
Practice good health habits
Total
Prepared by:

EASY
2,21,22,23

AVERAGE
1,3,37,38,39

DIFFICULT
4,24,25,26

6,33,34,35,36,19

7,27,28

10

8,29,30,31,32,43

11,12

13,14,40,41,42,44,45

15

16, 17
10

18,50,49,47,48,46
30

20
10

Noted by:
Mr. RAMIL D. DOROL
MT II

Dr. JESUSA P. CARAIG


Principal IV

Division of City Schools


AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

San Andres, Malate, Manila

1st PERIODIC TEST in SCIENCE and HEALTH 4


I. MULTIPLE CHOICE:
Direction: Read each question carefully and choose the letter of the best answer.
1. What do you have to wear when holding garbage?
A. Leather gloves
B. Plastic gloves
C. A and B
D. Wear nothing while holding garbage
2. Which is true about physical change?
A. A change in its composition
B. A change in its size only
C. A change in size, shape and theres no new product formed
D. None of the given choices are correct
3. Which is true about chemical change?
A. A change in color
B. A change in size
C. A change in shape, size and theres a new product formed
D. All of the given choices are correct
4. Which of the following undergo physical change?
A. Bending of nail
B. Rusting of nail
C. Frying fish
D. Burning oil
5. Which of the following is an example of chemical change?
A. Burning of sugar
B. Souring of milk
C. Frying meat
D. Grilling of barbeque
6. What should you do with the recyclable materials in your home?
A. Bring it to the junk shop and sell it
B. Use some of it as a decorative purposes
C. Throw it in the river at night time
D. A and B
7. The following changes in materials are useful to the environment except ______.
A. Using chili powder in killing insects
B. Using pesticide in killing insects
C. Using basket in going to the market
D. Using paper bag in the grocery
8. Which of the following is a water borne disease?
A. Typhoid
C. Dengue
B. Cholera
D. Fever
9. What will happen to a stone when you place it in a pail of water?
A. It will float in the water
C. It will break apart
B. It will sink
D. It will absorb water
10. Why do some people use floaters in swimming pools?
A. It keeps them sank in the water.
C. It lessens their weight.
B. It keeps them floated in the water.
D. A, B, C are correct.
11. Some material floats no matter what their shape is. Which type of material had been
described?
A. Glass
B. Styropor
C. Rubber
D. Plastic

12. Why do life vest keeps you afloat in the sea?


A. Because of its shape
C. Because it is less dense
B. Because it is filled with air
D. Because it is made of rubber
13. It is a process of slowly destroying materials into bits or smaller pieces.
A. Polluting B. Decaying
C. Frying D. Cutting

14. Which of the following materials undergo decay?


A. Foil
B. Disposable cups C. Bread
D. Wax paper
15. The following materials undergo decay. Which of them decay fast?
A. Twigs
B. Leftover food
C. Vegetable peelings
D. Leftover food
16. What will happen to the decaying materials dumped in soil?
A. Converted to fossil fuel
C. Become pollutants to the soil
B. Becomes organic fertilizer
D. Becomes organic fertilizer
17. Left-over food must be stored in _______ to avoid spoilage.
A. Glass containers B. Plastic container C. Refrigerator D. Plate without cover
18. The best way to dispose decaying materials is to ______.
A. Put in garbage cans
C. Put in a compost pit
B. Put in a garbage can with plastic
D. Throw in a vacant space
19. Which of the following ailments will you acquired in bathing in a dirty water?
A. Allergy
B. Diarrhea
C. Headache
D. Typhoid
20. It is a disease spread by specific type of mosquito.
A. Allergy
B. Dengue
C. Diarrhea
D. Skin rashes
21. A waterborne disease from polluted water. People who drink becomes infected with
_____.
A. Dysentery
B. Diarrhea
C. Malaria
D. Typhoid
22. It is a disease that can cause severe diarrhea.
A. Cholera
B. Dysentery
C. Skin allergy
D. Typhoid
23. _______ should be practiced to prevent diseases from exposure to decaying materials.
A. Brushing
B. Cleaning
C. Good hygiene
D. Washing
24. What information are given by the labels of the product?
A. Expiration date B. Nutrients
C. Precautions
D. All of the
above
25. You are asked to give medicine for fever. What are you going to do first?
A. Read the label of the medicine.
C. Get the medicine and give it right away
to
your mother.
B. Get a glass of water and a medicine.
D. Taste the medicine before giving
it to your
mother.
26. Why do we have to know the expiration of the product before purchasing it?
A. To know the expiration of the product
B. To know the nutrient content of the product
C. To know quality of the product
D. All of the above
27. Are you going to buy those products with rust?
A. Yes, because it cheaper
C. No, it might poisonous
B. Yes, because I know that product very well
D. Yes, because it is branded
28. Do all the labels provide enough information about the food products?
A. Yes
B. No
C. Maybe
D. I dont know
29. If you are going to dispose waste materials commonly found at home, what are you
going to do with the decaying materials?
A. Make a compost pit
C. Mix them with the non-biodegradable
B. Throw them in the river
D. Keep them in the cabinet and use them again
30. Wastes that are not properly disposed may ______.
A. Become breeding places of pests such as mosquitoes and flies.
B. Cause loss of humus soil.
C. Speed up the materials to decay.
D. Allow free flow of rain water run-off.
31. Waste should be segregated into ______ groups.
A. Bio-degradable and non-biodegradable
C. Big and small
B. Color and shape
D. Soft and hardness
32. What safety precaution do you need to observe in disposing waste materials?
A. Use gloves or adequate equipment in handling waste materials to prevent puncture by
sharp items.
B. Taste and touch waste materials before disposing them.

C. Keep the waste materials in your kitchen.


D. Expose yourself to the waste materials.
33. What should people with the garbage do to prevent oneself from getting sick?
A. Dispose waste materials properly
B. Take medicine
C. Throw the waste materials in a vacant lot
D. Drink polluted water.
34. What will happen if you put salt in a glass of hot water?
A. The salt will not dissolve
C. The salt will dissolve
B. The salt will taste sour
D. The salt will grow
35. How does organic fertilizer become helpful to people?
A. It makes the soil watery
B. It makes the soil hard
C. It makes the soil more expensive
D. It enriches the soil
36. Which of the following disease is caused by mosquito?
A. Malaria and Dengue
B. Fever and skin rashes
C. Scabies and allergy
D. None of the above
37. What will happen to alcohol and water when mixed?
A. Alcohol and water will mixed completely
B. Alcohol and water will mixed partially.
C. Alcohol and water will not mixed together.
Dd. Alcohol and water will form two layers.
38. Which of the following material will not decay?
A.
Plastic
B. Wood
C. Hair
D. A and C
39. Which of the following material can be reuse again?
A.
Plastic bag
B. Paper bag
C. Used slippers
D. A, and C
40. What are you going to do with the materials that undergo decay?
A. Make a compost
B. Throw it everywhere
C. Sell it to the factories
D. Dont mind with it
41. Your Sibling asks you to give her the medicine, what are going to do first?
A. Get the medicine and let her take it
B. Get the medicine throw it to her
C. Read the label first if its not expired
D. Taste the medicine yourself
42. Which of the following materials is heavier?
A. A kilo of nails
B. A kilo of sand
C. A kilo of cotton
D. All of the given choices are correct
43. Waste should be segregated into _____________.
A. Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable
B. Porous and non-porous
C. Acidic and non-acidic
D. Color-to color
44. Why do we have to segregate the garbage?
A. So that recyclable materials can still be of use.
B. So that I can give it to the beggar
C. So that I cannot pollute the water
D. A and C
45. Which of the following shows a good practice?
A. Plant trees in the forest
B. Cut trees and sell it to the lumber yard
C. Dont plant trees in the forest
D. Practice the Kaingin system
II.

ESSAY: 46-50

Answer the statement briefly. As a pupil like you, how can you help in practicing the 3Rs
(Reuse, Reduce, Recycle) in the school and at home?

AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


San Andres St. Malate, Manila

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
In

SCIENCE GRADE IV
Second Grading S.Y. 2015-2016

CONTENTS
Identify The Major Organs
on the body
Identifying the functions of
the bones, muscles
Identify the parts of the
plants and how they survive
Analyzing the way how
animals live, get its food
and defend themselves
from enemy
State how body parts work
Total
Prepared by:

EASY
5,4

AVERAGE
1,3,4,6,7,14,19,20

DIFFICULT
2,8,9

12,15

21,22,23,24,25

10,13,37

16

26,27,28,29,30,

38,39

17, 18

46,47,48,49,50,44,43

42

33, 34,45
10

41,40,36,35,31
30

32
10

Noted by:
Mr. RAMIL D. DOROL
MT II

Dr. JESUSA P. CARAIG


Principal IV

Division of City Schools


AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Andres, Malate, Manila

2nd PERIODIC TEST in SCIENCE and HEALTH 4


I.
MULTIPLE CHOICE:
Direction: Read each question carefully and choose the letter of the best answer.
1. Which of the following protects the brain from injury?
A. Skull
C. Thigh
B. Ribs
D. Leg
2. Where can we find ball- and socket joints?
A. Shoulder
C. Legs
B. Shoulder and hips
D. Arms and Thighs
3. Which of the following protects the lungs and the heart?
A. Spinal column
C. Skull
B. Rib cage
D. Arms
4. Which of the following protects the spinal cord from damage?
A. Back bone
C. Thigh bone
B. Hip bone
D. Skull

5. What do you call the point where two bones meet?


A. Joint
C. Bone-to-bone joint
B. Connector
D. None of the above
6. Which of the following actions that you cannot control?
A. Heartbeat, digestion
C. Walking, running
B. Blinking of the eyes
D. Eating, jogging
7. Which of the following actions that you can control?
A. Heartbeat
C. Digestion only
B. Walking, running
D. All of the above
8. How many muscles are involved in the movement our body?
A. One bone only
C. No bone is used in moving
B. Two or more muscles
D. All of the above
9. Where can we find the smallest bones in the body?
A. Nose
C. Ears
B. Legs
D. Lips
10. Where can we find the longest bone in the body?
A. Skull
C. Legs (femur)
B. Hands
D. Arms
11. What is the common injury of the bone?
A. Fracture
C. Allergy
B. Bruise
D. Cut
12. What is the common injury of the muscle?
A. Cramps, bruise
C. sprain
B. Fracture
D. dislocation
13. How will you protect your muscles and bones from injury?
A. Do not drink milk
B. Eat foods rich in fats
C. Eat nutritious food good for the bones and muscle
D. Sleep late at night
14. Which of the following is the common bone disease?
A. Arthritis
C. Fracture
B. Allergy
D. Sprain
15. What is the common problem of drinking dirty water?
A. Diarrhea
C. Colitis
B. Cancer
D. Cramps
16. What is the filtering unit of the kidney?
A. Vein
C. Nephron
B. Artery
D. Capillary
17. What is the function of the kidney?
A. Removes liquid waste only
B. Removes blood from the body
C. Removes waste and keeps stable balance of substances in the body
D. Removes cells in the body
18. What is the pump organ of the body?
A. Lungs
C. Kidney
B. Brain
D. Heart
19. Which of the following supply oxygen to the body?
A. Brain
C. Skin
B. Lungs
D. Bones
20. Which of the following is the control center of the body?
A. Skin
C. Heart
B. Bone
D. Brain
II. MATCHING TYPE:
Direction: Match the meaning in column A that correspond to the vocabulary word
in column B.
Column A
Column B
21. It protects the lungs
A. Skull
22. It protects the brain
B. Lungs
23. It protects the spinal cord
C. Heart
24. It supply oxygen
D. Kidney

B.

25. It allows our movement


E. Involuntary
26. It happens the final digestion
F. Muscles
27. It filters the blood
G. Small intestine
28. It is the pump organ of the body
H. Backbone
29. It caused watery stool
I. Rib Cage
30. Heartbeat is an example of this movement
J. Diarrhea
31. Which of the following animal use its tongue to get its prey?
A. Frog
C. Dog
B. Snake
D. Cat
32. Which of the following animal uses its fangs to eject poison to its enemy?
A. Cat
C. Lizard
B. Snake
D. Bat
33. What is habitat?
A. A place were animals live
B. A place were animals eat
C. A place were animals propagate
D. All of the given choices are correct
34. What do bird use in getting its food?
A. Beak and claws
C. Wings
B. Feathers
D. Tail
35. Which of the following animal is considered as amphibian?
A. Frog
C. Fish
B. Dog
D. Owl
36. Which of the following plants grow in the water?
A. Water Lily
C. Corn
B. Rose
D. Santan
37. Why do you think water hyacinth have longs roots?
A. To reach the soil under the water
B. To reach the oil under the water
C. To reach the sand under the water
D. To reach the mineral under the rocks
38. Why do you think water lily have flat wide leaves?
A. So that it float in the water
So that it can gather more food
C. So that it can attract pollinator
D. None of the above
39. Why do you think those specialized structures are important to the water plants?
A. In order to gather more water
B. In order to sip more nutrients
C. In order to share food to others
D. In order to adapt to their environment
40. Which of the following plant have spines?
A. Pineapple
C. Santol
B. Santan
D. Mango
41. It has a sharp leaf that might scratch your skin, which of the following plant is it?
A. Talahib
C. Cactus
B. Banana
D. Durian
42. What might happen if a plant did not get enough water, nutrients, sunlight and
sufficient temperature?
A. The plant would die
B. The plant will grow healthily
C. The plant will bear more fruits
D. The plant will not grow
43. Which of the following animal undergo complete metamorphosis?
A. Butterfly
C. Ant
B. Cockroach
D. Lice
44. Which of the following insect undergo incomplete metamorphosis?
A. Grasshopper
C. Fly
B. A and C
D. Butterly
45. Which of the following considered as monocot?
A. Bean seed
C. Pili seed
B. Palay seed
D. Mango seed

III.

Essay: 46-50
Explain this statement briefly. As a pupil like you, how can you take good care of yourself
to keep away from injuries?

AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


San Andres St. Malate, Manila

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
In

SCIENCE GRADE IV
Third Grading S.Y. 2015-2016
CONTENTS
Identify process of heat
transfer
Identify how sound travels
Identify the uses of magnet
Describe the uses of laser
How to protect from the too
much heat
Total
Prepared by:

EASY
5,4

AVERAGE
1,3,4,6,7,14,19,20

DIFFICULT
2,8,9

12,15
16
17, 18
33, 34,45

21,22,23,24,25
26,27,28,29,30,
41,40,36,35,32,44,43
46,47,48,49,50

10,13,37
38,39
42
32

10

30

10

Noted by:
Mr. RAMIL D. DOROL
MT II

Dr. JESUSA P. CARAIG


Principal IV

Division of City Schools


AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Andres, Malate, Manila

3rd PERIODIC TEST in SCIENCE and HEALTH 4


I.

MULTIPLE CHOICE:
Direction: Read each question carefully and choose the letter of the best answer.
1. Which of the following causes object to move?
A. Current
C. Force
B. Friction
D. Motion
2. What is the direction of the transfer of heat to an object?
A. From cold to hot
C. From top to end
B. From hot to cold
D. From end to top
3. How is heat transferred through direct object?
A. Through Radiation
B. Through Conduction
C. Through Convection
D. Through induction
4. When is the best time to dry our clothes?
A. During sunny day when the heat of the sun is so intense
B. At rainy day so that you can save the consumption of water
C. At night time so that the color of the clothes will not fade
D. At dawn to keep the bright color of the clothes
5. Which of the following object needs little force to move?
A. Notebook
C. Flat iron
B. Pencil
D. Log
6. Which among the object needs greater force to move?
A. Table
C. Couch
B. Chair
D. Cabinet
7. If an athlete will kick one of the objects below, which will move the farthest?
A. Soft ball
C. Tennis ball
B. Golf ball
D. Pingpong ball
8. If you are going to push a box, a chair, a table and a stone, which will require you
greater force?
A. Table
C. Stone
B. Chair
D. Box
9. What will you do when there is motor vehicles coming very fast while youre
crossing the street?
A. Stay away from the street
B. Cross the street at your own risk
C. Stay on the walkway and wait until it is safe to cross
D. Stay at home and do not get out of your house
10. During an earthquake, which of the following should you do first?
A. Cover your head

B. Do the Duck Cover and Hold


C. Shout and cry
D. Dont mind the earthquake
11. Which is true about the work of a magnet?
A. Same sign repel
B. It can attract object to stick to it like nail
C. Pull each other
D. Push each other
12. During an exercise, what should you do if somebody pushes you?
A. Tell him/her to push other person not you
B. Tell him/her not to push you again
C. Push also the person in front of you
D. Push the person behind you
13. One day when using the magnet you accidentally break the magnet into smaller
pieces, what might happen to the force of the magnet?
A. The force will remain the same
B. The force will be more greater
C. The force will increase
D. The force will decrease
14. When heat is transferred through wave is called _________________.
A. Conduction
C. Radiation
B. Convection
D. Vacuum
15. When heat is transferred through microwave is called _____________.
A. Radiation
C. Convection
B. Conduction
D. Expansion
16. What might happen if iron is continuously exposed to heat?
A. It might melt
B. It might explode
C. It might get heavier
D. It might lose its property
17. What do you call the heat transfer through direct contact of an object to the fire?
A. Conduction
C. Convection
B. Radiation
D. Grilling
18. Boiling of mongo beans is an example of ____________________.
A. Radiation
C. Expansion
B. Conduction
D. Convection
19. Compass always point to what direction?
A. South
C. North
B. East
D. West
20. Grilling of pork is an example of ________________.
A. Vacuum
C. Radiation
B. Convection
D. Conduction
21. Which of the following can be used to protect our ears form too much sound?
A. Goggles
C. Ear Muffs
B. Ear wax
D. Cotton balls
22. Why is it not good to be exposed in the heat of the sun?
A. It can cause skin cancer
C. It can baldness
B. It can cause snoring
D. It can cause baldness
23. In which object can sound wave travels very fast?
A. Liquid
C. Solid
B. Semi liquid
D. Partly solid
24. Which of the following can be of good use when going out of the house?
A. Umbrella/cap
C. wearing of sun glasses
B. Sunblock cream
D. All of the given choices are correct
25. Which of the following produces loud noise?
A. Jet plane
C. Whisper
B. Bee
D. Guitar
26. Which of the following produces soft sound?
A. Drum
C. Whisper
B. Flute
D. Helicopter

27. Which of the following is true about sound?


A. Loudness increases as you get farther form the point of origin
B. Loudness can decrease as you get nearer to the point of origin
C. Loudness can neither be loud or soft
D. None of the above
28. Why do ambulance and fire truck have louder siren?
A. So that the vehicle in front of them can give way to them
B. So that they can travel faster than other vehicle
C. So that they cannot experience traffic
D. All of the above
29. What is echolocation?
A. The transmission of sound waves to locate objects
B. The transmission of light waves to locate objects
C. The transmission of echo waves to locate upper land
D. All of the given choices are correct
30. Which of the following pollution can damage our ears?
A. Too much noise
B. Too loud speakers
C. At the terminals
D. All of the given choices are correct
II.

TRUE or FALSE:
Write T if the statement is correct and write F if the statement is not correct.
31. Light travels in a curvy line when it passes a single medium.
32. The light that travels in a straight line when it passes through a single medium.
33. Optical bond of fibers were used in hospitals and by doctors.
34. Laser has a great deal of heat energy.
35. Laser is a narrow but powerful beam of light.
36. Laser is used in industry to cut, drill and bond materials together.
37. Magnet can attract papers
38. Iron can be attracted by magnet.
39. Magnet always point to south.
40. The heat of the sun is an example of radiation.
41. The bottom of the sea/ocean can be mapped using echolocation.
42. Light can be reflected if it is directed towards the mirror.
43. Light travels faster in liquids than in air.
44. Light bend as it travels in the air.
45. Mammals like animal are the only living things that can use echolocation.
III.
ESSAY: 46-50
Answer the statement briefly and intelligently. How could you protect yourself from
too much exposure to the sun?

AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


San Andres St. Malate, Manila

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
In

SCIENCE GRADE IV
Fourth Grading S.Y. 2015-2016
CONTENTS
Identify the uses of soil its
characteristics
Identify the uses of water
from different sources
Identify the importance of the
suns heat and light
Describe the types of soil
How to manage the natural
resources
Total
Prepared by:

EASY
5,4

AVERAGE
1,3,4,6,7,14,19,20

DIFFICULT
2,8,9

12,15

21,22,23,24,25

10,13,37

16

26,27,28,29,30,

38,39

17, 18

42

33, 34,45

41,40,36,
35,31,44,43
46,47,48,49,50

10

30

10

Noted by:
Mr. RAMIL D. DOROL
MT II

Dr. JESUSA P. CARAIG


Principal IV

Division of City Schools


AURORA A. QUEZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
San Andres, Malate, Manila

4th PERIODIC TEST in SCIENCE and HEALTH 4

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I.MULTIPLE CHOICE:
Direction: Read each question carefully and choose the letter of the best answer.
1. Which is true about the sun?
A. Its energy can be transferred into other forms of energy
B. Its energy is dangerous
C. Its energy is not useful
D. Its energy cannot be transferred into other forms
of energy
2. What might happen if theres no sun?
A. There would be no life on earth
B. There would be life on other planet
C. There would be more trees to grow
D. None of the given choices are correct
3. When you boil water in the kettle, what comes out in the nozzle?
A. Scent of the water
C. A and B
B. Steam in the form of gas
D. none of the above
4. Why is there a need to drink 8- 10 glasses of water every day?
A. To replenish the water loss from the body
B. To increase the water level of the body
C. To make our body neat
D. To make the nervous system functional
5. After removing the cover of the rice cooker, you have seen water on the cover. What
process of water cycle takes place?
A. Evaporation
C. Transpiration
B. Condensation
D. Precipitation
6. When do evaporation of water takes place?
A. When water is heated
C. When water is cooling
B. When water is frozen
D. A and B
7. What kind of electricity is produce trough the aid of the sun?
A. Hydroelectric
C. Geothermal
B. Solar power
D. Nuclear
8. How do plants release water from the leaves?
A. Through evaporation
C. Through precipitation
B. Through transpiration
D. Through decantation
9. What is the first process in the water cycle?
A. Precipitation
C. Condensation
B. Decantation
D. Evaporation
10. The temperature in the City of Baguio is 10 degrees Celsius, what should you wear?
A. Thin clothes
C. Old clothes
B. New clothes
D. thick clothes
11. What is the main source of energy on earth?
A. Moon
C. Sun
B. Star
D. Galaxy

12. What is effect of suns energy on earth?


A. It gives energy to all living and non-living things
B. It gives solar energy
C. It can be used to produce other form of energy
D. All of the above
13. Shadow is longer during, what time?
A. At noon
C. When the sun is about to set
B. At night
D. None of the above
14. Which is true about the sun?
A. It is made up of very hot gases
B. These gases are so hot and they glow
C. Its surface is about 5000 degrees Celsius
D. All of the above
15. Which of the following is the work of wind vane?
A. It measures wind speed
B. It measures wind direction

C. It measures wind speed and direction


D. It measures how wind blows
16. Which of the following instrument measure the speed of the wind?
A. Thermometer
C. Anemometer
B. Barometer
D. Wind Vane
17. Who study about the weather?
A. Meteorologist
C. News caster
B. Weather man
D. Hydrologist
18. What kind of weather do we have, when the wind is very fast?
A. Stormy
C. Fine
B. Windy
D. Gloomy
19. Which of the following is true about weather?
A. It changes yearly
C. It changes from time-to -time
B. It changes monthly
D. It doesnt change at all
20. What is the typhoon signal to declare suspension of classes in the elementary level?
A. Typhoon Signal Number 1
C. Typhoon Signal Number 3
B. Typhoon Signal Number 4
D. Typhoon Signal Number 2
21. What is the typhoon signal that classes from elementary up to tertiary is cancelled?
A. Typhoon Signal Number 5
C. Typhoon Signal Number 2
B. Typhoon Signal Number 3
D. Typhoon Signal Number 4
22. What should you do when a typhoon is approaching in your area?
A. Dont panic
C. keep enough food for the family
B. Be ready when to evacuate
D. All of the above
23. What clouds do you see in the sky, if it is a fine sunny day?
A. Cumulus
C. Stratus Cumulus
B. Cirrus
D. Nimbus
24. Which of the following clouds are also called high clouds?
A. Stratus clouds
C. Nimbus clouds
B. Cirrus clouds
D. Cumulus clouds
25. Which of the following clouds are called rain clouds?
A. Cirrus clouds
C. Nimbus clouds
B. Stratus clouds
D. Cumulus clouds
26. Which of the following is the use of fresh water?
A. Fresh water is use to sustain animal and plant life
B. Fresh water is use for drinking and cooking
C. Fresh water is use for manufacturing
D. All of the above
27. Which of the following is the use of sea water?
A. Sea water is the habitat of aquatic animals and plants
B. Sea water is use for recreational purposes
C. A and B
D. None of the above
28. Which of the following is also called hard water?
A. Fresh water
C. Underground water
B. Sea water
D. None of the above
29. Which of the following is also called surface water?
A. Underground water
C. Sea water
B. Fresh water
D. A and C
30. How many types of soil do we have?
A. 3
C. 5
B. 2
D. 1
31. Which of the following soil is good for producing pots?
A. Sandy soil
C. Clay
B. Loam soil
D. Muddy
32. Which of the following soil holds much water?
A. Muddy soil
C. Loam soil
B. Sandy soil
D. Clay
33. Which of the following soil has loose particles?
A. Loam soil
C. Clay
B. Muddy soil
D. Sandy soil

34. Which type of soil is expected when you live along the sea shore?
A. Loam soil
C. Sandy
B. Muddy soil
D. Clay
35. Which of the following part of the soil is good for planting crops?
A. Loam soil
C. Clay
B. Muddy soil
D. Sandy
36. Which of the following scientist study the soil?
A. Mariner
C. Geologist
B. Meteorologist
D. Hydrologist
37. Which of the following is the uppermost part of the soil?
A. Topsoil
C. Parent rock
B. Sub-soil
D. Bedrock
38. Why loam soil is called renewable resources?
A. It can be recycled
C. It can be reuse again-and -again
B. It can be sold
D. All of the above
39. Which of the following water is found beneath the earth surface?
A. Sea water
C. Fresh water
B. Lake water
D. Underground water
40. Which of the following is the effect of Ultra Violet Rays of the sun?
A. Damage of the immune system
B. Damage of the skin
C. A and B
D. None of the above
41. Which of the following is a good practice?
A. Do not look at the sun directly
B. Use sun glasses when the sun is shining brightly
C. Do not apply sun block because it can irritate your skin
D. Do not use umbrella or cap during sunny day

42. In what way does the sun most beneficial to people?


A. Farmer can dry their harvest (palay)
B. Mother can dry the clothes
C. Fisherman can do fishing
D. All of the above
43. What is the wind speed of typhoon signal number 3?
A. 100 to 185kph
C. 180 to 185kph
B. 200 to 201kph
D. 10 to 12kph
44. Which of the following clouds appear to be flat in layers?
A. Cirrus clouds
C. Stratus clouds
B. Nimbus clouds
D. Cumulus clouds
45. Which of the following is used to measure the temperature?
A. Wind vane
C. Anemometer
B. Thermometer
D. Telescope
II.
ESSAY: 46-50
Answer this statement briefly. As a pupil like you how can you conserve water and
electricity at home and in school?

KEY TO CORRECTION: 2ND P.T. SCIENCE 4