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Department of Education

Region IV-A CALABARZON


Division of Calamba City
Calamba City, Laguna
PACIANO RIZAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

THIRD PERIODICAL TEST


SCIENCE IV
THIRD QUARTER

Name: ______________________________________ Score: ____________


Grade/Section: _______________________________ Date:
_____________

I. Direction: Choose the best answer. Write your answer on your paper
1. The push or pull of an object.
a. energy b. force c. magnets d. motion
2. The change in position of an object.
a. energy b. force c. magnets d. motion
3. If we are going to push the car. What force we must to apply?
a. greater force b. lesser force c. without force d. true force
4. If you are to push a cart, a box and a bicycle to a certain distance from the starting line, which
will require you to exert a greater force?
a. cart b. box c. bicycle d. all of them
5. The greater the mass of an object, the greater is the force needed to _____ the object.
a. move b. stop c. push d. roll
6. What causes objects to move?
a. force b. gravity c. magnets d. weight
7. A marble that is standing still will move when ____________.
a. bumped by another marble c. touch by a person
b. there is a strong wind d. a force is applied on the marble
8. Suppose you push a door and your friend is on the other side pushing the door. How will you
describe the force and the effect of your actions to the doors?
a. The force is balanced and the door does not move. c. The door will push your
friend away from you.
b. The force is unbalanced and the door may break. d. The door will push you both.
9. When the SAME poles of two magnets whether North or South are placed close to each other,
they _____________.
a. push each other b. pull each other c. attract each other d. does not move at all..
10. Which of the following statement is correct?
a. The push and pull of magnets is called magnetism. c. Papers are attracted by
magnets.
b. Magnets do not have force. d. All metals are attracted by
magnets
11. Which of the following produces a soft sound?
a. drum set b. jet c. buzzing bee d. train
12. Which of the following produces the loudest sound?
a. cry of a baby b. whisper c. telephone d. bomb
13. A term used for the sound that is reflected back to its source.
a. echo b. mirror c. echolocation d. All of these options
14. Why does sound become weaker or fainter as it moves away from the observer?
a. the sound spreads to cover a larger area
b. the sound is lowered by the operator
c. the sound spreads to cover a smaller area
d. the sound is already absorbed by the environment
15. Which is TRUE about the characteristics of sound?
a. The loudness of sound decreases as it moves nearer the observer
b. Sound could either be soft or loud
c. Sound is not heard when it is exactly on the same spot as the listener
d. The loudness of sound increases as it moves away from the observer

II.
III. Direction: Draw a sun if the object is a natural source of light and a moon if it is a
artificial source of light.

______ 21. Sun ______ 22. Candle ______ 23. Flashlight ______ 24. Lamp ______
25. Firefly

IV. Tell whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE.


_____ 26. Light always travel in a straight line.
_____ 27. The light that strikes a thick cardboard bends and finds another way to pass through it.
_____ 28. Light rays can pass all types of materials.
_____ 29. A laser is a narrow but a powerful beam of light capable of traveling long distances.
_____ 30. Light can be reflected if it is directed towards a mirror.
_____ 31. Sounds cannot travel through the air.
_____ 32. Heat transfer through liquid is called radiation.
_____ 33. Light always travel in a straight line.
_____ 34. There are 9 colors in the rainbow
_____ 35. Prism separates white light into different colors.

V. Put a / if the statement tells safety measures in school, at home and in the road and a X if not

______ 36. Children are free to play outdoors during sunny days.
______ 37. Cross the street when a car is coming very fast.
______ 38. Avoid walking on the floor with spilled oil.
______ 39. Stay in a safe places without objects that might fall on you when an earthquake
occurs.
______ 40. Push the person in front of you during physical education activities.
TABLE OF SPECIFICATION
SCIENCE 4
THIRD PERIODICAL TEST

INSTL # % LEVEL OF BEHAVIOR, ITEM FORMAT,


CONTE TEST TIME OF OF K NO., AND PLACEMENT
NT OBJECTIVES (minut ITE ITE D R U Ap An E C
es) MS MS
Force Identify and
describe the 1,2,3,4,
different 500 10 25% F 56,7,8,
forces acting 9,10
on objects
Magnet 11,12,
12.5
250 5 M 13,
%
14,15
Light Describe light 21,22,23
Energy energy and its ,24,25,2
500 10 25% C
properties 6,27,28,
29,30
Sources Classify the
of light sources of 16,17,18
12.5
light as 250 5 F ,
%
natural or 19,20
artificial
Sound 31,32,
12.5
energy 250 5 M 33,
%
34,35,
Safety Identify safety
36,37,
Measure measures in 12.5
250 5 P 38, 39,
s doing physical %
40
activities
Total 100
2000 40 10 15 15
%