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IST PERIODICAL -S C I E N C E III

TEST I. WRITE THE CORRECT ANSWER:


______________________ 1. Tiny air pockets used for breathing .
______________________ 2. Animals that lives and hide under the dry leaves, fall logs,
cracks flower pots .
______________________ 3. a long stiff hairlike projections on the head.
______________________ 4. use to find out the direction of the wind.
______________________ 5. used for climbing up and down to the plants.
______________________ 6. protects the soft part of the insects body.
______________________ 7. insects used to chew and for biting leaves and plants.
______________________ 8. used for sucking nectar or juice form flowers.
______________________ 9. used by the houseflies and butterflies to taste food.
______________________ 10. used for hearing by the insects as a voice box.
______________________ 11. animals that have shiny slippery skin.
______________________ 12. Animals with backbone.
______________________ 13. body of the animals is the same temperature as in air or
water
around.
______________________ 14. Use for movement or locomotion of an invertebrates
animals/
______________________ 15. A special line of scales of the body of the fish.
Enable the fish to feel movements in the water.
______________________ 16. Snakes specials scales on the bellt which helps to glide
______________________ 17. Changing of skin by a snake.
______________________ 18. Animals that lived on water.
______________________ 19. Animals lived on land
______________________ 20. Hard coverings that protects the soft parts of an animals

ANTENNAE, VERTEBRATES, EXOSKELETON, LATERAL LINES,


TASTE RECEPTORS, SPIRACLES, COLD BLOODED ANIMALS,
ANTS/INSECTS, FEELERS, MANDIBLES, AMPHIBIANS,
PROBOSCIS, EAR DRUMS, LEGS , LIMBS,
TEST II. CIRCLE THE CORREST ANSWER. :
1. What kind of animals that are giving birth to their youngs.
a) viviparous b) oviparous c) omnivorous
2. Animals that have backbone
a) invertebrates b) vertebrates c) vertabra
3. Outer covering of the bodies by an arthropods animals
a) shells b) exoskeleton c) scaly skin
4. Aquatic animals whose body wall is covered with pores.
a) Arthropods b) mollusks c) sponges
5. Are ribbon shaped, soft bodied invertebrates.
a) nematodes b) flatworms c) annelids
6. They maybe found in water, plants and animals
a) mollusks b) echinoderms c) nematodes
7. the body parts show distinct division or segments.
a) arthropods b) annelids d) cnidarians
8. Have soft bodies, which are inside a shell.
a) mollusks b) nematodes c) echinodersms
9. A special chain of bomnes on the back of an animal.
a) backbone b) vertebrae c) vertebra
10. Sponges, cnidarians, flatworms, nematodes arthropods are examples of
a) vertebrates b) invertebrates c) reptiles
11. Animals can lived on land and water.
a) amphibians b) mammals c)warm blooded animals
12. Animals that eat plants.
a) carnivores b) omnivores c) herbivores
13. Animals that eat another animals.
a) scavengers b) omnivores c) carnovores
14. Animals eat both plants and animals.
a) scavengers b) omnivores d) herbivores
15. Animals eat, decayed or dead animals are called
a) omnivores b) scavengers d) carnivores

TEST III. MATCHING TYPE:


A B.

_____ 1. jelly fish a. arthropods


_____ 2. tapeworm b. annelids
_____ 3. hookworm, pinworm ascaris c. nematodes
Roundworms
_____ 4. starfish d. cold blooded animals
_____ 5. leeches and earthworms e. spnges
_____ 6. clams, mussels, snails f. flatworms
_____ 7. crab, insects spider scorpions g. echinoderms
_____ 8. frog, fish, alligator h. mollusks
_____ 9. birds,whales, dolphin i. cnidarians
_____ 10. covered with pores j.warm blooded animals
(VERTEBRATES) - are animals with backbones.
- has a head which covers or protects its brain.
- Its head has its highly developed eyes, nose mouth, and ears.

(VERTEBRATES) - special organs for breathing such as LUNGS and GILLS

LIMBS - used for movement or locomotion.(pair)by a vertebrates animals.

ANIMALS GROUP;
I. (AMPHIBIANS)- are COLD BLOODED –ANIMALS).
- do not have a steady body temperature.
- Their body temperature changes with the temperature of the
environment.
Characteristics :
- have moist, shiny and slippery skins
- can lived on land and in water.

( EXAMPLE : frog)

1. FROG - is an amphibian.
- YOUNG(it stays in the water,)
- breath through GILLS.
- ADULT FROG(it stays on land)
- Breath through LUNGS.

2. FISH - lived on water (AQUATIC ANIMALS)


- FINS that help them to swim
- fishes GLIDE smoothly through water.
- have streamed lined bodies.
- fish have an air bladder or swim bladder.
(trunkfish, sea horse) swim by waggling their body or tails.
Characteristics of a fish:
- covered with scales
- scales are slippery or slimy.( dalag/mudsfish, hito, catfish
 tilapia)

SERPENTINE MOVEMENT: movement similar to that of a snake or a serpent on


Land.
(when a fish wriggles its body, it presses against the water and
Drives itself forward)
AIR BLADDER OR SWIM BLADDER - it is a skin like part behind the intestines and
Other internal parts.

AIR BLADDER - allows the fish to change depth in water.

LATERAL LINE - each side of the body of the fish is a special line of scales.
- these scales enable the fish to feel movements in the water.
- they HEAR by feeling with these scales.

EEL - have no scales.

II. REPTILES - also called blooded animals.


(covered with hard shells or scaly skin.)
- breath through their lungs
- reproduce by laying eggs.

Examples (reptiles):

Crocodiles, lizards, snakes, alligators, snakes, pythons, turtles

Lizard : long tongue for catching insects.


Crocodile : sharp teeth on its snout for catching and eating animals
Snake : swallows its whole prey;has a mouth stretches to take
food.

Movements of reptiles(used different parts of the body for moving.

Alligator : has four shory legs and tail for swimming


Lizard : has four short legs and tail for crawling
Snake : has special scales on the belly which help it to glide.

SCUTES - Special scales of snakes on the belly to glide.

MOLTING - changing of old skin and grows to replace the old skin of asnake.

WARM BLOODED ANIMALS - Their body temperature is steady.


- does not change even if the temperature of the environment
changes.
- Feathers keep birds warm during cold and rainy days.

Birds : (male birds)


: covered with colorful feathers not only to attract female birds
But to distract enemies away from the nest of the birdies.
: birds lay eggs to produce their ypung.
: their eggs are protected by a hard shells .
: some birds have sharp claws and slightly hooked beaks.
: they have wings to fly.

III. MAMMALS (warm blooded animals)

CHARACTERISTICS:
- have hair on theor bodies
- breath through their lungs
- they lived in water.they come up to the surface to breath air.
- born looking like their mother.
- Mammals feed her young with her own milk.

Examples:
-WATER MAMMALS (Whales, dolphins, sea lions.)
-Goats, elephants, dogs, rats, bats, kangaroos and humans.
-Polar bear : have thick fur
-Jungle animals: have sharp claws and teeth.
-Tigers and zebras ; have striped skins
-Cheetha and leopards : have spots which look like shadows of leaves

2ND PERIODICAL EXAMINATION


CHAPTER 4 THE WORLD OF PLANTS.page 104
CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER. BOX IT..
1. It helps our community beautiful._______________________________________
2. A woody plant but it is shorter than a tree.
a) herb b) shrub c) vines
3. Plants with soft and fleshy stems.
4. Pechay is an example of
a) herb b) shrub c) vines
5. Plants that crawls around a ground is called
a) tendrils b) vines c) shrub
6. Soft and fleshy stems are what kind of stems?
a) herbacoues b) herbaceous c) shrubs
7. The curly vines which help the plants to hold on to their support.
a) vines b) tendrils c) stem
8. The broad part of the leaf is called
a) margin b) blade c) toothed
9. The edge of the border of a leaf is called
a) margin b) blade c) toothed
10. The biggest veins of a leaf is called
a) veinlets b) midrib c) parallel
11. The small veins of a leaf is called
a) veinlets b) midrib c) parallel
12. Leaves with veins that start from the base of the leaf is called
a) midrib b) parallel venation c) veinlets
13..Veins that look like a web is called
a) midrib b) netted venation c) veinlets
14. Is not sweet smelling but its golden yellow flowers make the garden ideal.
a) Candle plant b) Gladioli c) orchids
15. Plants that grow in land.
a) Aquatic plants b) terrestrial plants c) Aerial Plants
16. Plants that cling onto or grow on trunks and branches.
a) Aerial Plant b) Aquatic Plants c) Terrestial plant
17. It carry water and minerals to the leaves.
a) roots b) stem c) leaves
18. Make food for the plants.
a) roots b) leaves c) stems
19. A process by which green plants make food is called
a) photosynthesis b) photosentysis c) photosintesis
20.This helps the plants reproduce and become many.It attracts the insects.
a) flowers b) leaves c) fruits
21. It develops inside the fruit
a) leaves b) seeds c) flowers
22. A very tiny seedlike parts packed together in cases.
a) spores cases b) spores c) ferns
23. Found on the under side of the fern leaflets.
a) spores cases b) spores c) ferns
24. New plants can be grown from parts of the stem.
a) leaves b) slips or cuttings c) shoots.
25. Roots or stems which grow under the ground.
a) shoots b) Rhizomes c) espada
26. A snake plants
a) shoots b) Rhizomes c) espada
27. Plants that grow a little above the ground.
a) Bulbs b) runners c) tubers
28. A young underground stems that grow into plants, surrounded by
a clump of thick leaves.
a) bulbs b) tubers c) runners
29. They are not roots but stems is called
a) a) bulbs b) tubers c) runners
30. “EYE” whick will grow into young potato plants.
a) bulbs b) tubers c) buds

CHOOSE THE ANSWER FROM THE WORDS BELOW.

Branches linear serrated


Fruits minerals smooth
Green photosynthesis stem
Insects rhizome tendrils
Leaves seeds tuber

___________________ 1. Only _________ plants can manufacture their own food.

___________________ 2. Roots anchor a plants and absorb water and dissolved.

___________________ 3. A coconut tree does not have _________.

___________________ 4. Plants develop seeds with the help of _______ as they fly

From flower to flower.

___________________ 5. The potato is an enlarged underground stem is called.___________.

___________________ 6. Ripened or develop ovaries are called_____

___________________ 7. Coconut plants have long and narrow leaves. Thay have ____

leaves.

___________________ 8. Some gumamela leaves have toothed or _____ margins.

___________________ 9. Green plants manufacture food through the process called ______.

___________________ 10. The _____________ connects the roots and leaves.

__________________ 11. Vines with soft stems climb to their support with the help of

their long curly parts are called.

___________________ 12. The hairy _______ of plants catch air pollutants such as dust and help in making

the air clean.

TEST II. CIRCLE THE CORREST ANSWER. :

1. A special chain of bones on the back of an animal.


a) backbone b) vertebrae c) vertebra
2. Medicine that can make a person immune to a certain disease.
a) saliva b) serum c) cast
3. Animals can lived on land and water.
a) amphibians b) mammals c)warm blooded animals
4. Animals that eat plants.
a) carnivores b) omnivores c) herbivores
5. Animals that eat another animals.
a) scavengers b) omnivores c) carnivores
6. Animals eat both plants and animals.
a) scavengers b) omnivores d) herbivores
7. Animals eat, decayed or dead animals are called
a) omnivores b) scavengers d) carnivores
8. Which does not belong to the group of animals?
a) whales b) dolphins c) birds d) sea lion
9. Which is an example of cold blooded-animals?
a) lizards b) birds c) turtles d)alligator
10. Birds are an examples of
a) warm blooded animals b) cold blooded animals c) reptiles
WRITE THE CORRECT ANSWER
________________________ 1. Their body temperature changes with temperature of the
environment.
________________________ 2. Animals that have moist, shiny and slippery skin.
________________________ 3. a movement similar to that serpent or snake.
________________________ 4. It is a skin like part behind the intestines and
Other internal part of a fish.
________________________ 5. A special line of scales on each side of the body of a fish.
________________________ 6. An aquatic animal which have no scales.
________________________ 7. Animals that are covered with hard shells or scally skin.
________________________ 8. Special scales of snakes on the belly which help it to glide.
________________________ 9. Changing of skin from a new skin to replace the old one.
________________________ 10. Animals that does not change even if the temperature of the
Environment changes.

3RD MONTHLY TEST:HOW PLANTS PRODUCE NEW PLANTS

1. process by which green plants make food is called


a) photosynthesis b) photosentysis c) photosintesis
2.This helps the plants reproduce and become many.It attracts the insects.
a) flowers b) leaves c) fruits
3. It develops inside the fruit
a) leaves b) seeds c) flowers
4. A very tiny seedlike parts packed together in cases.
a) spores cases b) spores c) ferns
5. Found on the under side of the fern leaflets.
a) spores cases b) spores c) ferns
6. New plants can be grown from parts of the stem.
a) leaves b) slips or cuttings c) shoots.
7. Roots or stems which grow under the ground.
a) shoots b) Rhizomes c) espada
8. A snake plants
a) shoots b) Rhizomes c) espada
9. Plants that grow a little above the ground.
a) Bulbs b) runners c) tubers
10. A young underground stems that grow into plants, surrounded by
a clump of thick leaves.
a) bulbs b) tubers c) runners
11. They are not roots but stems is called
a) a) bulbs b) tubers c) runners
12. “EYE” whick will grow into young potato plants.
a) bulbs b) tubers c) buds
13. Ideal for school uniform.
a) ramie cloth or plants b) pina leaf fibers c) Linen
14. Used for altar covers and church vestments.
a) Sinalamay b) linen c) Cotton
15. Comes frpm abaca plants fibers.
a) Sinalamay b) linen c) Cotton
16. Obtained from bolls, which are the seed pof of the cotton plant
a) Sinalamay b) linen c) Cotton
17. A tree which we called the “tree of life”
a) papaya tree b) Palm tree c) coconut tree
18. Fibers which are ideal for rope materials.
a) sinamay b) hemp and maguey d) Latex
_____________________19. Used in shampoo.
_____________________20. Used in making rubber for tires
_____________________21. Is uded o make paper.
_____________________22. Give us fresh air by releasing oxygen into the air.
____________________) 23. Catch dust and smoke that pollute the air.
____________________ 24. Help reduce noise pollution in cities
_____________________25. Coool the environment.
_____________________26. Absorb water and prevent floods.

CHOOSE THE ANSWER FROM THE WORDS BELOW.

Branches linear serrated


Fruits minerals smooth
Green photosynthesis stem
Insects rhizome tendrils
Leaves seeds tuber

___________________ 1. Only _________ plants can manufacture their own food.


___________________ 2. Roots anchor a plants and absorb water and dissolved.
___________________ 3. A coconut tree does not have _________.
___________________ 4. Plants develop seeds with the help of _______ as they fly
From flower to flower.
___________________ 5. The potato is an enlarged underground stem is called.___________.
___________________ 6. Ripened or develop ovaries are called_____
___________________ 7. Coconut plants have long and narrow leaves. Thay have ____
leaves.
___________________ 8. Some gumamela leaves have toothed or _____ margins.
___________________ 9. Green plants manufacture food through the process called ______.
___________________ 10. The _____________ connects the roots and leaves.
__________________ 11. Vines with soft stems climb to their support with the help of
their long curly parts are called.
___________________ 12. The hairy _______ of plants catch air pollutants such as dust and help in making
the air clean.

PROPERTIES OF MATTER:

___________________ 1. Amount of matter than object contains


_____________________ 2. A form of matter with a definite shape.
_____________________ 3. Small particles that make up AN OBJECT.
_____________________ 4. Amount of space occupied by an object.
_____________________ 5. Have weight and definite volume but do not have a definite shape.
_____________________ 6. Has weight but has no definite volume nor shape.
_____________________ 7. Change in size or form.
____________________ 8. Changes happen when the chemical composition as well as physical
Properties are changed.

NEEDS OF PLANTS.
HOW PLANTS PRODUCE NEW PLANTS.
3 FORMS OF MATTER
Changes of matter

SCIENCE 3
CHAPTER 5(3RD PERIODICAL TEST)

___________________ 1. Unit of measurement of mass and weight.

___________________ 2. Unit of measurement of volume.

___________________ 3. Phase of matter that change in size, shape but not chemical position of a

substance.

___________________ 4. Ultimate source of energy.

___________________ 5. Source of light made by human.

______________________ 6. A great englism physicist, and mathematician.

______________________ 7. A carefully shaped and polished clear glas with maby faces.

______________________ 8. It is composed of different colors.


______________________ 9. It allows the light to pass through.

______________________ 10. Allow little amount of light topass through.

______________________ 11. Do not allow light to pass through.

______________________ 12. Produce heat.

______________________ 13. Heat that transfer.

______________________ 14. Another way of heat transfer.

______________________ 15. Heat travel through liquid or gas.

______________________ 16. Back and forth movements.

______________________ 17. The sound that travels is called ______________.

______________________ 18. The highness or lownest of sound.

______________________ 19. Produced by objects that vibrate. Very fast

______________________ 20. Sound are produced by things that vibrate slowly.

______________________ 21. Makes a low pitched sounds.

______________________ 22. Ambulance siren makes a ___________________.

______________________ 23. Depends on the amount of energy used to produce vibration.

______________________ 24. Reflected sound.

______________________ 25. Used to generate heat in cooking,

Drum, echo, low pitched, high-pitched sound, kilogram,

physical change, artificial light, white light, translucent, friction, conduction,

sound, air, liter, sun, Sir Isac Newton, prism,transparent, opaque, loudness

radiation, convection, vibration,

SCIENCE 3
4TH MONTHLY TEST
Chapter 9

1.Describes the condition of the atmosphere at a particular time and place.

A) weather b) weather forecast c) temperature

2. Condition of the atmosphere from day to day.

A) weather b) weather forecast c) temperature

3. May be affected by air temperature, cloudiness, air pressure, wind and amount of sunlight.

A) weather b) weather forecast c) temperature

4. The degree of hotness or coldness .

A) weather b) weather forecast c) temperature

5. Temperature is measured by a _____________________

a) anemometer b) thermometer c) wind vane

6. Condensed water vapor that forms

a) wind b) clouds c)fog


7. Drift in the sky and are blown by strong winds.

a) wind b) clouds c)fog

8. Highest clouds. White and fleecy.

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) cumulonimbus clouds

9. Made up of ice crystals.

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) cumulonimbus clouds

10. Indicate fine weather.

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) cumulonimbus clouds

11. Low clouds, combination of stratus and cumulus clouds.

a) stratocumulus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) cumulonimbus clouds

12. Rain or drizzle may fall from clouds.

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) stratocumulus clouds

13. Big heaps of white fluffy clouds, indicate fair weather.

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulus clouds c) stratocumulus clouds

14. Rain clouds.. Strong winds and cloudburst are indicated

a) cirrus clouds b) cumulunimbus clouds c) stratocumulus clouds

15. Is a cloud that is close to the ground.

a) wind b) clouds c)fog

16. Is any moisture that falls from the air to the ground,

a) cloudburst b) precipitation c) fog

17. It includes rain, drizzles, snow, sleet, and hail.

a) cloudburst b) precipitation c) fog

18. Heavy downpour or rain for a short period of time.

a) fog b) precipitation c) cloudburst

19. Is formed when air moves,

a) breeze b) wind c) gale

20. When air movement is very gentle it is called________________.

a) breeze b) wind c) gale


21. When it becomes little stronger, it is called

a) breeze b) wind c) gale

22. Caused by a strong, fast moving wind.

a) windy day b) cloudy day c) whirlwind

23. Makes us feel comfortable and refreshed.

a) windy day b) cloudy day c) whirlwind

24. To predict the prevailing weather two things about the wind studied.

a) anemometer b) wild vane c) speed and direction

25.. The wind direction is measured by a ___________.

a) anemometer b) wild vane c) speed and direction

26. Measures the speed of the wind

a) anemometer b) wild vane c) speed and direction

CHAPTER 8 Water and landforms

4th Monthly Test.

______________________1. Our home planet

______________________ 2. Third planet for the sun

______________________ 3. Small model of the earth.

______________________ 4. You can see the earth is made up of __________ and water.

______________________ 5. The large masses of land

______________________ 6. The top solid of the earth

______________________ 7. Highest landform

______________________ 8. Highest mountain in the world.

______________________ 9. Called the Roof of the World.

______________________ 10. Highest Mountain in the Philippines

______________________ 11. A mountain with an opening and erupts.

______________________ 12. Opening mouth of the mountain

______________________ 13. Smallest volcano..


______________________ 14. Similar to a mountain but it is smaller than a mountain.

______________________ 15. A flat wide lowland.

______________________ 16. Elevated land with a broad and flat top.

______________________ 17. The central plain of Luzon is called __________________

______________________ 18. A flat land surrounded by highlands

______________________ 19. Body of land surrounded by water

______________________ 20. A group of islands

______________________ 21. A formation of land at the mouth of the river

______________________ 22. A strip of land that connects two larger bodies of land,

______________________ 23. A portion of land nearly surrounded by water.

______________________ 24. A valley which is good place for growing

cabbage and other vegetables.

______________________ 25. Largest islands of the Philippines.

______________________ 26. The Philippines is composed of how many islands?

______________________ 27. Made up of 123 islands that lie in the Gulf of Pangasinan.

______________________ 28. One of the Tourist attractions in the Philippines.

______________________ 29. Number of active volcanoes in the Philippines.

______________________ 30.Who was the first Filipino mountain climber to reach the

Peak of Mt. Everest..?

EARTH WATER FORMS

1. Biggest body of water ___________________________

2. Body of water that is smaller than an ocean. ___________________

3. Body of water that is almost completely surrounded by land. _____________

4. Body of water surrounded by land. ________________________

5. A fresh water that flows _____________________________

6. Natural source of water that comes form underground. _________________

7. Body of water that drops from a high place. ________________________

8. Body of still water that is smaller than a lake. _________________________

9. A fountain that shoots heated water and steam form the earth into the air.__________

10. A place where the land is muddy and wet. ______________________

SWAMP POND WATERFALL OCEAN SPRING

RIVER SEA LAKE BAY GEYSER


3 KINDS OF SOIL

1.

2.

3.

KIND OF LANDFORMS

KINDS OF WATERFORMS

List the 7 Continents

1. 4

2. 5.

3.

4TH MONTHLY

______ 1. The best place where in which to build piers, and ships may dock safely

to load and unload passenger.

_____ 2. It contains fresh water. Good for fishing,

boating, and swimming.

_____ 3. The biggest lake in the Philippines.

_____ 4. A tourist attraction in the Bicol region.

_____ 5. Known as the smallest fish in the world

_____ 6. The natural wonder of nature in Palawan.

_____ 7. Source of hydroelectric power.

_____ 8. The only place where life as we know it exists.

______ 9. Humans and other living things survive because of the _________ that sustain life

______ 10. Resources that easily replace is called__________

_____ 11. natural Resources take million of years to be rplaced..

_____ 12. Is a thin layer of loose materials found on the surface of the earth.,

______ 13. It come s from broken rocks particles and decayed bodies of living
things like plants and animals.

______ 14. Made up of very fine rock particles.

______ 15. It is sticky when wet, Used in making pots, bricks and tules..

______ 16. Formed from broken rocks..

______ 17. Made up of small grains of rocks called

______ 18. Mixture of clay, sand and humus.

______ 19. Is the material in the soil that is formed from decayed matter,

especially dead animalds..

______ 20. Things that do not decay easily is called ______.

Example of Non renewable Non renewable

1. 1.

2. 2.

3. 3.

4. 4.

5. 5.

1. BAY

2. LAKE

3. LAGUNA LAKE

4. LAKE BUHI

5. SINARAPAN

6. UNDERGROUND RIVER

7. MA. CRISTINA FALLS

8. EARTH

9. NATURAL RESOURCES

10. RENEWABLE RESOURCES


11. NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES

12. SOIL

13. SOIL

14. CLAY

15. CLAY

16. SAND

17. QUARTZ

18. LOAM

19. HUMUS

20. NON BIOGRADABLE MATERIALS