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Science & Health 5
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WORKSHEET NO . 1
Objective: Identify the male/female reproductive system and their major parts.

A. Direction: What are the different parts of the male reproductive system? Complete the topic map below.










B. Direction: What are the different parts of the female reproductive system? Complete the topic map
below.








WORKSHEET NO . 2
Objective : Relate the structure of the male reproductive system to its functions in reproduction

A. Direction : Identify the parts of the male reproductive system that has the following functions in
reproduction.
___________ 1. It deposits sperms into the vagina.
___________ 2. It holds the testes.
___________ 3. They produce the male sex cells called sperms.
___________ 4. It enables sperms to leave the penis.
___________ 5. It serves as storage for sperms produce in the testes.


Parts of the Male
Reproductive
System
Parts of the Female
Reproductive
System

B. Direction : Supply the function of the parts of the male reproductive system by matching the part & its
Function.


1. The penis is elongated in order to _____. A. serves as storage for sperms
2. The scrotum is a sac-like structure that _____ B. sperms to leave the testes
3. The epididymis is a sperm duct of tube that _____ C. produce sperms
4. The urethra is as opening to the outside to enable
the _____ D. deposit sperms in the vagina
5. The testes are oval-shaped which _____ E. holds the testes

C. Direction : : Identify the parts of the female reproductive system that has the following functions in
reproduction.
__________1. It produces female sex cells called egg cells.
__________2. It directs egg from the ovary to the uterus.
__________ 3. It enables the sperms to enter.
__________ 4. It is where fertilized egg is nourished and developed.
__________ 5. It stretches wide open for the baby to pass through.

D. Direction: Supply the function of the parts of the male reproductive system by matching the part & its
Function.
1. The ovaries are oval-shaped organs that _____. A. produces fluid
2. The fallopian tubes are pair of tubes which_____. B. nourishes the fertilized egg
3. The uterus is pear- shaped at the middle which_____. C. allows sperms to enter & menstrual
flow-to -flow out
4. The vulva is the opening that_____. D. produce egg cell
5. The vagina is a canal from the uterus
to the vulva which_____. E. direct the egg from the ovary to the
uterus


WORKSHEET NO . 3
Objective : Explain the process of fertilization in humans.


A. Direction: Number the sentences to explain how fertilization happens.
_____ a. The matured egg goes to the fallopian tube.
_____ b. One egg cell matures and leaves to ovary.
_____ c. But only one sperm unites with the egg and the egg is now fertilized.
_____ d. Millions of sperms may enter the vagina.
_____ e. a new life begins.

B. Direction : Write the sentences above in correct sequence in paragraph form below.

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WORKSHEET NO . 4
Objective : Describe certain physical changes during puberty.

A. Direction : Choose the letter of the correct answer.
1. What happens during puberty?
I - The bodys reproductive system is capable of making babies.
II - The body undergoes physical changes.
III - The body becomes more beautiful.
IV - Girls start to menstruate and boys start releasing sperms.
a. I and II b. II and III c. III and IV d. I, II, and IV

2. Which of the following is a change seen among boys during puberty stage?
a. Breasts become bigger c. hips become wider
b. Voice becomes deeper in tone d. menstruation occur

3. In what stage of life does the body undergoes many physical changes?
a. Adulthood b. childhood c. old age d. puberty

4. Which is NOT a change in the characteristics of boys?
a. Shoulders broaden c. change in the tone of the voice
b. Breasts develop d. Adams apple grows bigger

5. Between the age of 11 and 13, a girls starts monthly flow of blood known as:
a. Bleeding b. fertilization c. ovulation d. menstruation

B. Direction : Write male or female to tell who has the following changes.
_____ 1. Menstruation starts _____ 6. Muscles develop
_____ 2. Shoulders broaden _____ 7. Voice change to deeper tone
_____ 3. Breasts become bigger _____ 8. Might have wet dream
_____ 4. Beard and mustache appear _____ 9. Begin puberty when theyre between 10-15
_____ 5. Hips widen. _____10. Begin puberty when theyre between 8-10



WORKSHEET NO . 5
Objective : Describe certain physical changes during puberty.

A. Direction : Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Start of menstruation is a sign that a girl is ________________.
a. Already pregnant b. capable of getting pregnant c. not capable of getting pregnant
2. Why is menstruation considered a cycle?
a. Because it happens every month c. because it moves in circle in the uterus
b. Because the woman gets pregnant every month
3. What happens when matured egg is not fertilized?
a. a girl becomes pregnant c. a girl menstruate
b. the egg goes back to the ovary
4. What do you infer when a married woman does not menstruate in the expected dates?
a. Maybe, she has no more egg cells c. maybe, she is pregnant
b. Maybe, the egg is not fertilized
5. How often do girls experience menstruation?
a. Once every 50 days b. once every 28 days c. once every 25 days


WORKSHEET NO . 6
Objective : Identify health habits to keep the reproductive system healthy

A. Direction : Write / if it is a good health habit to keep the reproductive organs healthy and X if not.
_____ 1. Take a bath everyday.
_____ 2. Use towels of other.
_____ 3. Use the underwear of your sister.
_____ 4. Change underwear as often as necessary.
_____ 5. Change clothes when necessary.
_____ 6. Wash your external organs with soap and water.
_____ 7. Sit on the public toilets.
_____ 8. Keep your underwear on a clean place.
_____ 9. Eat green leafy vegetables if you have menstruation.
_____ 10. Play active games when you have menstruation























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Science & Health 5
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
WORKSHEET NO . 1
Objective: Identify the respiratory system and its major parts.

A. Direction: Label the parts of the respiratory system. Choose your answer from the words below.




















Alveoli nostrils bronchi larynx lungs bronchioles
Pharynx epiglottis trachea diaphragm

WORKSHEET NO . 2
Objective: Describe the structure and function of the respiratory system.

A. Direction: Identify the parts of the respiratory system being described in each item.
Choose answer from the words written on worksheet no. 1.
__________ 1. It serve as an entrance of air. It is lined with cilia that trap dirt.
__________ 2. Two tubes that branch from the trachea, one to each lung.
__________ 3. The major organs of the respiratory system.
__________ 4. It is where the exchange of gases takes place.
__________ 5. A flap tissue that covers the trachea to prevent food from entering to the respiratory
system.

WORKSHEET NO . 3
Objective: Trace the path of the air in the different parts of the respiratory system.

A. Direction: By using the red crayon, trace the path of air as it gets into your body.

1
6
7
8
9
10
5
3
2
4





WORKSHEET NO . 4
Objective: Name the common ailments affecting the respiratory system. Describe the
causes, symptoms, prevention and treatment of these diseases.
Direction: Suppose you are a doctor, how would you diagnose the following symptoms seen in patients.
Choose from the list of ailments below.

_________ 1. Cesar has a cough , violent chills and experienced a high fever.
_________ 2. Lito has muscle pains and ache, losses his appetite, fever accompanied by chills.
_________ 3. Mario has loss of appetite, loss of weight, sweat at night, fever and cough with blood in the
sputum.
___________ 4. Nena has sneezes, running nose, sore throat and headache.
___________ 5. Mary is sensitive to dust, pollens, foods and drugs.



Asthma tuberculosis common colds influenza pneumonia
WORKSHEET NO . 5
Objective: Describe proper ways of caring for the respiratory system.
Demonstrate ways of caring for persons affected by common ailments of the
respiratory system.
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. How can you keep your respiratory system healthy?
a. Stay in polluted place c. stay in an overcrowded area.
b. Have a daily breathing exercise.
2. Which of the following is good for your lungs?
a. Spacious, well ventilated and clean rooms c. dirty and crowded rooms
b. Lack of rest and exercise
3. How can you prevent sickness of the respiratory system?
a. Exercise regularly c. have enough sleep and rest
b. Eat a well balanced diet d. all of the above
4. Whay should you apply to a person with high fever?
a. cold compress c. hot oil
b. sponge bath
5. How can you care for a person wityh high fever?
a. do some physical exercise c. stay in the hospital
b. rest and drink plenty of juices










































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Science & Health 5
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URINARY SYSTEM/EXCRETORY SYSTEM
WORKSHEET NO . 1
Objective: Describe how urine is formed and eliminated
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which is the correct pathway for the elimination of urine?
a. Urethra, ureters, bladder, kidneys c. bladder, ureters, kidneys, urethra
b. kidneys, urethra, bladder, ureters d. kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra
2. Which is not a waste in humans?
a. carbon dioxide b. oxygen c. salt d. urea
3. What happens when the kidneys do not function well?
a. The skin can do the work of kidneys c. the digestive system gets rid of the wastes
b. the body becomes poisoned of its own wastes d. the body is not affected
4. What body waste is given off by the kidneys?
a. feces b. sweat c. urine d. carbon dioxide
5. Which is not found in the urine?
a. urea b. salt c. water d. carbon dioxide


WORKSHEET NO . 2
Objective: Explain how other body wastes are remove.
Direction: Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. Which system gets rid of body wastes?
a. excretory b. reproductive c. respiratory d. digestive
2. Which body waste is excreted through the skin?
a. urine b. stool c. sweat d. carbon dioxide
3. Undigested food is stored in the __________________?
a. small intestine b. stomach c. large intestine d. liver
4. Which is not an excretory?
a. skin b. stomach c. lungs d. kidneys
5. Which of the following do not match?
a. feces - digestive system c. gaseous waste - respiratory system
b. liquid waste - skin d. human waste - urinary system


WORKSHEET NO . 3
Objective: Practice desirable habits that help prevent or control common ailments affecting
the urinary system.
Direction: Choose the sentences that help prevent the ailments of the urinary system. Write / or X.

_____ 1. Urinate when you have t0 _____ 6. Exercise regularly
_____ 2. Wear any kind of underwear _____ 7. Eat salty and spicy foods
_____ 3. Drink a lot of water everyday _____ 8. Eat fruits and vegetables
_____ 4. Wash your genital area after urinating _____ 9. Eat too much protein and dairy products
_____ 5. Clean your vagina and anus each day _____ 10. Control your urine when you feel like urinating





WORKSHEET NO . 4
Objective: Identifying the urinary system and its major parts
Direction: Label the parts of the urinary system.





WORKSHEET NO . 5
Objective: Identifying the structure and function of the urinary system.
Direction: Complete each statement below. Choose your answer inside the box.




1. The pair of bean-shaped organs that lie on each side of the backbone are the ________________.
2. The tube through which urine leaves the body is the _________________.
3. The storage of urine is the ____________________.
4. The structure which takes urine from the kidney to the bladder is the ________________.
5. The wastes that are filtered by the kidney are ______________ and _________________.


























Kidney ureter bladder urethra urea salt
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ANIMALS
WORKSHEET NO . 1
Objective: Explain why animals live in particular environment.
Direction: Study the chart below. Fill in the necessary words to complete it.

Animal Habitat Food Eaten Source of Food
1. Wild Birds Forest Plants
2. Fish Sea From aquatic plants and animals
3. Lion Small Animals Forest animals
4. Cow Farm From plants
5. Heron Pond Aquatic animals


WORKSHEET NO . 2
Objective: Explain why animals live in particular environment.
Direction: Identify the food that the following animals eat. Match Column A with Column B
Column A Column B
_____ 1. Spider a. rats
_____ 2. Tiger b. meat of other animals
_____ 3. People c. soil
_____ 4. Goat d. grass