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Grade 5 1st assessment


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Grade 5 1st assessment

  1. 1. Sacred Heart School of Cavite Alfonso, Cavite “A School of Character” First Assessment Exam SCIENCE 5 - Honesty Name Date I. A. Write your answers on the spaces provided.(30 points) _____1. Plastics become harmful to our health when they are a. Thrown away carelessly b. Not recycled properly c. Burned d. All of the above _____2. Which of the following is a sign of spoiled food? a. It turns hot b. It has molds c. It smells good d. It becomes hard _____3. What should be done to raw meat to make it last long? a. Cover it on table b. Seal it in a plastic bag c. Put it in the microwave oven d. Place it inside the refrigerator _____4. Which among the brain diseases is characterized by abnormal growth inside the brain? a. Concussion b. Meningitis c. Polio d. None of these. _____5. Which of the following statements explain why animals like chameleon changes its color? a. To breathe properly b. To signal that it is hurt c. To protect itself from predators d. To show other animals its color _____6. It makes loam soil rich in nutrients and give its earthy smell. a. Air b. Humus c. Moisture d. Rocks _____7. The process of water evaporating, condensing and precipitating. a. Water source b. Water conservation c. Water cycle d. Water wise _____8. Which do you need to use to protect you during both hot weather and rainy weather? a. Loose ,thin clothes b. Rain coat c.Thick clothes d. Umbrella _____10. What vitamin do we get from the sun? a. Vitamin A b. Vitamin C c. Vitamin D d. Vitamin E _____11. Who proved the existence of microorganisms and cells? a. Galileo Galilei b. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek c. Sir Isaac Newton d. Albert Einstein _____12. A lens that is referred as converging lens because it brings the light rays to pass through the glass in the eyepiece of the microscope. a. Hand lens b. Magnifying lens c. Convex lens d. Concave lens _____13. Which statement describes how energy can be helpful? a. Lightning strikes a building. b. A fire burns down a house. c. Electricity heats an oven. d. The wind blows down a sign. _____14. There is a shadow under a tree. Which form of energy must be present for the shadow to occur? a. heat b. light c. sound d. mechanical _____15. Matter is defined as anything that takes up space and has a. mass b. texture c. odor d. color _____16. Which activity is a good health habit? a. drinking alcohol b. exercising regularly c. sleeping only 5 hours daily d. smoking cigarettes _____18. How many bones does an adult have? a. 260 b. 206 c. 300 d. 306 _____19. Which of the following is not the function of the skeletal system? a. Give shape to the body. b. Produce heat of the body. c. Protect vital organs of the body. d. Allows body to move. _____20. One of our national heroes was paralyzed in his lower limbs, who is he? a. Jose Rizal b. Andres Bonifacio c. Apolinario Mabini d. Emilio Jacinto _____21. Which of the following is the correct path in the food digestion? a. mouth, esophagus, small intestine, large intestine, stomach, anus. b. mouth, esophagus, large intestine, small intestine, stomach, anus. c. mouth, esophagus, stomach, large intestine, small intestine, anus. d. mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, anus. _____22. Which of the following animals undergo external fertilization? a. pig b. chicken c. dog d. cat _____23. What do you call a plant which has horizontal branches from the base of the plant? a. tubers b. rhizome c. suckers d. runners _____24. A method of improving the quality and productivity of plants which includes removing a portion of the bark of a healthy stem and covered by coconut husk containing a small amount of good soil. a. marcotting b. grafting c. budding d. layering _____25. Which of the following does not describe plastics? a. . light weight b. highly flexible c. water proof d. chemically resistant _____26. It is the energy at rest. Expected rate of Proficiency: 80 % Total Number of Points: 100 Total Number of Correct Points:_______ Rate of proficiency: _________________ Descriptive Grade:__________________ Teacher’s Signature: ________________
  2. 2. a. potential energy b. kinetic energy c. light energy d. chemical energy _____27. The silver liquid inside the thermometer is called? a. lead b. mercury c. aluminum d. silver _____28. Why is water called the universal solvent? a. It is the most commonly used liquid. b. It is found everywhere. c. It helps in food digestion. d. It can dissolve substances. _____29. Which of the following is not a kind of soil? a. sand b. rock c. clay d. loam _____30. What do you call the natural process that loosens the rocks and soil from the earth’s surface? a. weathering b. climate c. erosion d. none of the above B. Arrange the following scientific method from 1 – 5 (5 points) ____Analyzing results. ____Conducting the experiment. ____Identifying the problem. ____Developing a hypothesis. ____Developing conclusion. C. Identify the following disorder according to the affected system of the body. Write skeletal ,muscular, or digestive on the spaces provided.(10 points) ________________1. Constipation ________________2. Strain ________________3. Appendicitis ________________4. Hunchback ________________5. Tetanus ________________6. Scoliosis ________________7. Diarrhea ________________8. Ulcer ________________9. Poliomyelitis ________________10. Arthritis D. Put a check (√) on the spaces provided if the animals are hatched from eggs and put a cross (X) if they are not. Write your answers on the space provided before each number.(5 points) ______1. Frog ______2. Tiger ______3. Fish ______4. Butterfly ______5. Carabao E. Identify the kind of energy. Write potential or kinetic energy on the spaces provided. (10 points) _____________________1. A rubber band is stretched and waiting to be released. _____________________2. A moving a skateboard. _____________________3.A person climbing a ladder. _____________________4. A glass of milk on the table. _____________________5. A rock at the edge of a cliff. _____________________6. A bird flying. _____________________7. A boy waiting for a school bus. _____________________8.An ant crossing on the wire. _____________________9. Mother sweeping the floor. _____________________10. A book on the table. F. Match descriptions in Column A with the types of clouds in column B. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. (5 points) Column A _____________________1. Feathery looking cloud. _____________________2. Look dark and heavy clouds. _____________________3. Looks like cotton balls. ____________________ 4. Horizontal and layered clouds. _____________________5. produce heavy thunderstorms in summer. Column B a. Stratus clouds b. Cumulus clouds c. Cumulonimbus clouds d. Cirrus clouds e. Nimbus clouds G. Match the uses in Column A with the weather instruments in column B. Write your answer on the space provided before each number. (5 points) Column A ____1. Measures relative humidity. ____2. Measures wind speed. ____3. Measures air temperature. ____4. Measure the amount of rainfall. ____5. Measure the direction of the wind. Column B a. Anemometer b. Barometer c. Hygrometer d. Rain gauge e. Thermometer f. Wind vane H. . Answer the questions fully and well. (30 points) 1. Our bones have a very important role in our body. But there are lots of disorder that may happen to our bones. How will you prevent such disorder to occur? (6 points) 2. Living things undergo different developmental stages. Illustrate the life cycle of a butterfly. (6 points) 3. Water is very important to a man’s life that is why we should use water wisely. How will you conserve water? (6 points) 4. Why is the sun important? (6 points) 5. How is knowledge in weather forecasting important to pupils like you? (6 points) Parent’s Signature Total no. of Points: 100 points Total No. of Items: 75 items
  3. 3. Prepared by: Lea A. del Mundo