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LSM Grade 5 Science 1st Trim Exam SY 2011 -2012

LSM Grade 5 Science 1st Trim Exam SY 2011 -2012

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Lourdes School of Mandaluyong
1st Trimester Exam Reviewer
SY 2011 - 2012
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1st Trimester Exam Reviewer
SY 2011 - 2012

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SCIENCE 5 Lourdes School of Mandaluyong 1st Trimester Exam Reviewer Identify and draw the laboratory apparatus being

described. Where test tubes are placed or kept Supports the beaker and wire gauze when heating using alcohol lamp. Measures temperature.

Stirs solutions and mixtures.

For weighing solids.

For handling hot test tubes.

Measures the volume of liquid.

Regulates the heat from an alcohol lamp.

Pounds and grinds solids.

For transferring liquids without spilling.

Source of heat and light.

Small container of liquids for experiments.

Measures large quantities of liquid.

Used to transfer small amounts of solids from one container to another.

Used to heat small quantities at very high temperature.

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Fill in the blanks with the correct term. Choose your answers from the word bank below. predicting classifying observation interpreting data inference interpolation extrapolation independent variable qualitative observation hypothesis quantitative observation measuring controlled variable comparing scientific method

_____________________ 1.

It is using the senses to collect information about things. something.

_____________________ 2. This is formed when you use descriptive words in describing _____________________ 3. This is formed when you use number measurements in describing something. _____________________ 4. You do this when you discover similarities or differences in the properties of objects or events. _____________________ 5. It is the process of arranging, grouping, or sorthing things according to the characteristics they possess. _____________________ 6. It is the process of expressing a quantity using a standard, called a unit. _____________________ 7. It is the process of making a forecast based in observed events. _____________________ 8. It is an idea, a tentative conclusion, or an interpretation based on what you have observed. _____________________ 9. It is a reasonable guess or a possible explanation for a set of observations. _____________________ 10. It is using a set of observation or data to make explanations or predictions. _____________________ 11. It is a prediction made beyond observed events. _____________________ 12. It is a prediction between observed data. _____________________ 13. These are factors that are kept constant in an experiment. _____________________ 14. These are factors that are changed in an experiment. _____________________ 15. Often shown as a series of steps done in experiment to find and evaluate possible answers.

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Observe the picture below. Then, write your observations and possible inferences.

1. Observation: Inference: 2. Observation: Inference: 3. Observation: Inference: Dino recently made an experiment to know how much sunlight plants need to grow. He used three pots of plants that have the same height. He put Pot A in the garden, Pot B inside the house by the window, and Pot C inside the house where sunlight is poor. Here is the data he collected after 15 days. DAY 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 POT A 14 cm 16 cm 18 cm 20 cm 22 cm 24 cm 26 cm 28 cm POT B 14 cm 15 cm 16 cm 17 cm 18 cm 19 cm 20 cm 21 cm POT C 14 cm 14 cm 14 cm 15 cm 15 cm 15 cm 16 cm 16 cm

Construct a point graph based on the previous table. Use different colored pens or markers to plot the points of the 3 pots. (Example, Pot A – Blue, Pot B – Red, and Pot C – Black.)

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Refer to your graph to answer these questions. 1. Which plant grew fastest? ___________________________________________________ 2. What is the relation of the amount of sunlight to the growth of plants? ______________________________________________________________________________

Using the same table above, predict the height of each plant. Highlight the predictions you made using interpolation with a yellow crayon. DAY 2 6 10 14 18 22 26 30 POT A POT B POT C

State an educated guess for each problem. 1. Does the shape of ice affect its melting rate? ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Does the amount of light affect the growth of molds on bread? _____________________________________________________________________________ 3. Can cold air inflate a balloon? ______________________________________________________________________________ 4. Can a rubber strand produce sound? ______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Will drinking warm water make a person lose weight? ______________________________________________________________________________ Give a controlled variable and a manipulated variable for each of the above-given problems. CONTROLLED VARIABLE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. MANIPULATED VARIABLE

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Write the missing letter to complete the scientific method. 1. O __ __ __ __ __ __ anything around you. 2. F __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ a problem. 3. Make a __ __ p __ __ __ __ __ __ s. 4. __ __ __ t the hypothesis. 5. Collect __ __ __ a. 6. A __ __ __ __ z __ the data. 7. Draw a __ __ __ c l __ __ __ __ __. 8. V __ __ __ __ __ by repeating the experiment. Design an experiment based on the given situation below. Use a separate piece of paper. Wendy read an interesting article about how the ancient Egyptians mummified the dead. She read that they used a natural salt, called natron (baking soda), to help dry the bodies of the dead and preserve them. She remembered how her lola used salt to make pickled vegetables. She saw that when sprinkled with salt and left for some time, the leaves of the cabbage shriveled up and become soft. She thought that it’s also the same principle that the ancient Egyptians used to mummify the dead. She went to their kitchen and found an apple in the refrigerator. She thought of making an apple mummy using salt. When she looked for salt in the cupboard, she found out that there is a box of baking soda, a jar of rock salt, and a small shaker of iodized salt. Now she would like to know which salt is best to use for her to make an apple mummy.

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Identify the part of a cell that is being described by the phrase. Write the letter of your answer in the blank. _____ 1. Also known as the plasma membrane. It is designed to protect the cell and regulate the amounts and types of molecules that can enter and leave the cell. _____ 2. Membrane-bound organelle which contains the DNA in the form of chromosomes. It is the site of DNA replication and RNA synthesis. _____ 3. A double membrane which surrounds the eukaryotic nucleus. It has many pores in its surface which regulates the flow of large compounds into and out of the nucleus. _____ 4. All the contents of the cell including the plasma membrane but not including the nucleus. a. b. c. d. nuclear membrane cytoplasm cell membrane nucleus

Fill in the blanks with the missing terms. Choose your answer from the box below. menstruation zygote reproductive system adolescence egg gametes semen ova or ovum sperm ovulation sexual reproduction genitals embryo testosterone vagina menopausal stage genes

1. __________________________ is the stage when a woman stops menstruating. No more eggs and this occurs normally at the age of 45. 2. ________________________ is the process when the thick lining of the uterus passes through and out of the vagina as blood. 3. ________________________ is a fertilized egg. 4. ________________________ is another name for fetus. 5. ________________________the union of the male and female sex cells to form the zygote that is capable of growing into an organism resembling the parents. 6. The male sex hormone that controls the development of male secondary sex characteristics is called ________________________. 7. ________________________ is the time when a ripe egg is released from one of the ovaries. 8. ________________________ is the period in life when a young person undergoes significant and marked physical, physiological, and social changes.
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9. ________________________ is a mixture of the fertilizing fluid and the sperms from the male reproductive organ. 10. ________________________ are the female gametes or egg cells. 11. __________________________ is the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves. It is one of the things that sets living things apart from nonliving things. 12. ________________________ is another name for sex cells. 13. ________________________ is the male sex cell. 14. ________________________ is the female sex cell. 15. The way we look like is determined by our ________________________, the special carriers of human traits. 16. The male reproductive organ is called ________________________. 17. The female reproductive organ is called. ________________________. Arrange the following processes in order. Write numbers in the blank ( 1 being the first and so on). The Fertilization Process _____ 1. Only one sperm penetrates and fertilizes the ovum to produce a zygote. _____ 2. _____ 3. _____ 4. _____ 5. _____ 6. A male’s sperm is introduced into the female’s vagina. The fetus is ready to be born after a period of nine months. The zygote develops into an embryo which attaches itself to the walls of the uterus. From eight weeks until birth, the embryo is called a fetus. The sperm cells travel upward to the fallopian tube.

The Menstrual Cycle _____ 7. _____ 8. _____ 9. A new lining built in the uterus to receive the next egg. The lining of the uterus is shed and bleeding occurs. A mature egg is released from the ovary and moves through the fallopian tube to the uterus.

_____ 10. The lining of the uterus thickens to receive the fertilized egg. Circle the letter of the correct answer. 1. The main function of the respiratory system is: a. to supply the blood with oxygen b. to excrete human waste
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c. to digest food in the stomach d. none of the above
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2. These are grape-like air sacs at the end of the bronchioles. a. bronchi c. epiglottis b. capillaries d. alveoli 3. This is the part of the throat that serves as passageway for air to pass through. a. nostrils c. pharynx b. nasal cavity d. larynx 4. The Adam’s apple is also known as _______________. a. trachea c. larynx b. septum d. pharynx 5. Which among those written below is NOT a way of caring for the respiratory system? a. eating a balanced diet c. inhaling secondhand smoke b. maintaining a clean environment d. observing proper hygiene 6. The part of the respiratory system that cools or warms the air before it enters the lungs. a. nostrils c. larynx b. nasal cavity d. pharynx 8. The main organs of the respiratory system: a. lungs c. epiglottis b. trachea d. diaphragm 9. A flexible flap of tissue located at the opening of the larynx: a. lungs c. epiglottis b. trachea d. diaphragm

10. This cartiligenous tube is where the air passes through on it way to the bronchi. a. lungs c. epiglottis b. trachea d. diaphragm Name the parts of the respiratory system. Write the letter of your answer beside the line pointing to the part. Choose your answers from the word bank beside it.

a. lungs b. trachea c. larynx d. pharynx e. nostrils

f. bronchi g. alveoli h. bronchi i. diaphragm j. nasal cavity

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Complete the diagram that will show the pathway of air in and out the respiratory system.


Label the parts of the male reproductive system. Write only the letter of your answer.

a. penis b. seminal vesicle c. urinary bladder d. prostate gland e. vas deferens f. urethra g. testis h. scrotum i. epididymis

Label the parts of the female reproductive system. Write only the letter of your answer. a. fallopian tube b. uterus c. cervix d. ovary e. endometrium f. vagina

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Give 5 safety rules/guidelines that you should follow while inside the Science Laboratory. 1. _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. _____________________________________________________________________________ 3. _____________________________________________________________________________ 4. _____________________________________________________________________________ 5. _____________________________________________________________________________ Compare the changes that happen between boys and girls during puberty using the Venn diagram.

BOYS (Nos. 1-3) SIMILARITIES (Nos. 8-10)

GIRLS (Nos. 4-7)

How can you take care of your reproductive organ? 1. _______________________________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________________________ 3. _______________________________________________________________________ 4. _______________________________________________________________________ 5. _______________________________________________________________________ How can you take keep your respiratory system healthy? 1. _______________________________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________________________ 3. _______________________________________________________________________ 4. _______________________________________________________________________ 5. _______________________________________________________________________

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