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# SCIENCE 3

## Lourdes School of Mandaluyong

First Trimester Exam

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## Observation: The boy has a cut. Observation: It is a sunny day at the

beach.
Inference: The boy touched a sharp
object. Inference: They are having a family
outing.

## Observation: The boy is holding Observation: The man is asleep.

a guitar.
Inference: He came home from work.
Inference: The man is teaching the boy
how to play.

Identify the physical property or characteristic described in each object. Box your

## Science 3 1 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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1. It is the act of telling what you see, hear, smell, taste, and feel using the five
senses.
a. observation c. inference
b. measurement d. criterion

2. It is the act of explaining what you see, hear, smell, taste, and feel using the five
senses.
a. Observation c. Inference
b. Measurement d. criterion

3. It is the kind of measurement that uses common objects and body parts like
sticks or footsteps for measuring.
a. Ordinary Measurement c. Standard Measurement
b. Arbitrary Measurement d. Arabic Measurement

## 4. It is the kind of measurement that follows specific rules/standards to measure

length and distances.
a. Ordinary Measurement c. Standard Measurement
b. Arbitrary Measurement d. Arabic Measurement

5. It is the standard unit that is being used in most parts of the world to measure
length, width, height, weight, etc.
a. English System c. Standard System
b. Metric System d. Hindu System

6. It is the basic unit for measuring the length of objects and is about the distance
from your father’s nose to the tip of his longest finger?
a. meter c. centimeter
b. millimeter d. decimeter

7. It is the bend of the liquid when placed in a container. You use in reading the
volume of liquids.
a. water displacement c. meniscus

## 8. It is used in finding volume for irregularly shaped solids.

a. water displacement c. meniscus

## 9. It is the tool used for accurately measuring volume of liquids.

a. water displacement c. meniscus

## 10. It is used as a basis for grouping objects.

a. Water displacement c. Meniscus
11. In the Metric System, liquid volume is measured in _____.
a. Ounces c. Liters
b. Meters d. Feet

## 12. These are examples of measuring arbitrarily.

a. Sticks, paperclips, and pencils c. Graduated cylinder and
beaker
b. Ruler and tape measure d. Looking at an object

## Science 3 2 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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Use the cm (centimeter) unit of your ruler to measure the length of the following
objects.

24 cm
40 cm

39 cm 41 cm

40 cm

Draw liquid inside the graduated cylinder to show the indicated measurement.
Remember to place the meniscus exactly on the appropriate level.

64 ml 41 ml 93 ml

A marble is placed inside a graduated cylinder and the level of the water reached
87ml. If the original level of water in the cylinder is 49 ml, what could be the volume of

## Science 3 3 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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Complete the Multi-stage Classification Chart below. Choose your entries from the
ones inside the box.

piano guitar
judo
flute
recorder boxing
clarinet
football

## SPORTS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

taekwondo piano
football recorder
boxing flute
judo guitar

## INDIVIDUAL TEAM STRING WIND

Label the parts of the following organs. Write only the letter of your answer inside the
box.

a. retina

b. cornea
c
c. iris

e d
d. pupil

f e. lens
b

f. optic nerve
a

## Science 3 4 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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PARTS OF THE EAR

d a. ear canal
e
b. pinna

c. ear drum

## f d. three tiny bones

e. semicircular canals
a c g
f. auditory nerve
b
g. cochlea

## PARTS OF THE NOSE

b
d a. bridge

b. olfactory nerves

a c. nostrils

d. nasal cavity

a. hair
a
b. sweat gland

c. dermis
d
e d. epidermis
c
e. receptors

f. oil gland

f b

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Write the taste to which each part of the tongue shown below is most sensitive.

1. bitter

2. sour

3. salty

4. sweet

Retina Optic nerve 1. It is the part of the eye that sends messages
to the brain.

of the eye.

light enters.

## pinna auditory 4. Relays a message from the ear to the brain.

nerve
5. Makes the sound that reaches the middle
cochlea three tiny
ear louder.
bones

eardrum semicircular 6. Separates the middle ear from the outer ear.
canals

mucus nasal cavity 7. It traps germs and dust that enter the nose.

olfactory nerves bridge 8. It is the part of the nose that you touch.

## muscle skin 9. The tongue is a _____.

salty sweet 10. The outer tip of the tongue is sensitive to this
taste.

## dermis epidermis 12. Inner layer of the skin.

lens pupil 13. It focuses the image on the screen of the eye

mucous nasal cavity 14. This is the space inside the nose.

## Science 3 6 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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Read each symptom and cure then write the name of the ailment or sensory defect
associated with it.

## AILMENT/DEFECT SYMPTOMS PREVENTION OR CURE

Avoid rubbing the eyes. Use
conjunctivitis or The eye is red and swollen. It is also warm water for washing the
sore eyes itchy and painful. eyes and soft cloth for drying
them.
The ears cannot hear any sound at Avoid listening to very loud
deafness
all. sounds.

The eyelid has a boil that makes it Apply hot compress over the
sty or kuliti
swell and become reddish. eye
Visit an ear doctor for
Severe pain in the ear that comes
immediate treatment. An
earache with fever, ringing in the ear, or even
deafness.
using cotton swabs.
The mucous membrane of the nose
Drink a lot of liquids. Eat fruits
colds becomes inflamed or swollen. It is
rich in vitamin C. Rest in bed.
difficult to smell and breathe.
Caused by weakening of the muscles Seeing an eye doctor as
squinting
that move the eye. early as possible.

## Inflammation of tongue due to the Eat healthy food rich in

glossitis
lack of vitamins. vitamins to nourish the body.
Pinching the lower part of
The blood vessels in the nose are
the nostrils and staying in the
nosebleed broken because of a viral infection,
same position until bleeding
high fever, or blowing hard.
stops.
Caused by tiny organisms called
The juice of Acapulco, sulasi,
fungi. It starts as a flat reddish spot
ringworm or balanoy leaves may be
on the skin which becomes itchy as it
applied.
spreads making it look like a ring.
The juice of makabuhay,
scabies or galis- Caused by itch mites that lay eggs
kakawate, or malunggay
aso on the skin.
leaves may be applied.
Caused by some defects in the cells
color blindness of the retina. Cannot distinguish the Cannot be corrected.
difference between colors.
Small reddish areas on the tongue Special drops can be
singaw or
that can be caused by virus, applied on the affected
tongue sores
bacteria, or fungi. area.
Contagious round growths on the skin Freezing them in liquid
warts caused by a virus. They are usually nitrogen or removing with an
brown and have a rough surface. electric needle.
The result of having a short eyeball or
farsightedness Wearing special eyeglasses.
faulty lens.
Hot compress can be used
A skin infection that causes pus to
every hour to lessen the pain.
boils develop. The affected part
becomes swollen and painful.
effective.

## Science 3 7 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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AILMENT/DEFECT SYMPTOMS PREVENTION OR CURE

## The result of having a long eyeball or

nearsightedness Wearing special eyeglasses.
faulty lens.

## White or brown patches appear on Herbal plants for treating

tinea flava
the skin. Also known as an-an. ringworm can also be used.

## Taking Care of The Eyes

1. Protect your eyes from too much sunlight.
2. Eat yellow and orange fruits and vegetables.
3. Avoid reading inside a moving vehicle.
4. Avoid playing with sharp and pointed objects.
5. Read or write only with sufficient lighting.
6. Close and rest your eyes once in a while when using the computer.
Taking Care of The Ears
1. Do not listen to very loud sounds.
2. Do not poke your ear with an object.
Taking Care of The Nose
1. Do not blow your nose too hard.
2. Apply first aid in case of nosebleed.
3. Use soft cloth or cotton balls when cleaning the nose.
Taking Care of The Tongue
1. Gently brush the tongue.
2. Be careful in sipping hot food or drinks.
Taking Care of The Skin
1. Take a bath daily.
2. Eat fruits and vegetables
3. Avoid too much sunlight.

## Science 3 8 Prepared by: Mauie Flores

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