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Schools Division of Legazpi City

LEGAZPI DISTRICT II
BARIIS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Legazpi City

SECOND PERIODICAL TEST


Science and Health VI
Name: __________________________________________________ Grade & Section:
__________________ Date: ________________

Direction: Read each item carefully. Encircle the letter of the best answer.
1. What are some strategies for coping up with the rapid increase of population?
a. Using dynamite in fishing
c. Illegal logging
b. Taking care of the nature
d. Throwing garbage anywhere
2. Which among the following would best address the problems of overpopulation?
a. Adoption
b. Abortion
c. Family planning
d. Mercy killing
3. What will happen to if a poor family living in a small house bears a dozen of children?
a. The family will be happy.
c. The house will become smaller.
b. The parents will work hard.
d. There will be no enough food to eat and space to
sleep.
4. Which is likely to happen in an overpopulated area?
a. Resources will be limited.
c. They will have enough food to eat.
b. People will become happy.
d. They will become healthy.
5. For several years, the population of Brgy. Masarawa is continuosly increasing. Which of the
following is most likely to happen?
a. More areas will be converted for animal production.
b. Forested areas will be cleared for residential houses.
c. Rivers will be free from wastes.
d. Healthy environment will be noticeable
6. When population is big and food supply is insufficient, which of the following could be the
result?
a.
The people will be malnourished
c. The people will not get sick.
b.
The people will be healthy
d. The people will feel contented.
7. In congested places, insects multiply fast. The commercial pesticides used to kill pests are
composed of poisonous chemicals. What are the effects of these?
a.
The pollutants spread to the water forms and eventually kill the living organisms
there.
b.
People might have dengue, malaria and other diseases caused by insect bites.
c.
People who drinks contaminated water and eat seafood might suffer from digestive
disorders.
d.
All of the above
8. Which of the following problems of rapidly increasing population needs immediate
solution?
a.
Food shortage
c. Lack of schools
b.
Gasoline shortage
d. Lack of hospitals
9. Which of the following upsets the ecological balance?
a. Family planning
c. Reforestation
b. Overpopulation
d. Clean & Green
10.What will you do to protect our environment?
a. Burn your garbage
c. Throw your garbage to the river
b. Wait for the garbage collector
d. Practice composting
11.How can ecological balance be conserved and preserved?
a.
Practice ways to make our resources last.
c. Do not protect wild animals.
b.
Kill all harmful animals.
d. Convert rice lands into housing
areas.
12.What can we do to rebuild the denuded forest?
a.
Reforestation
b. Recycling
c. Deforestation
d. None of these
13.Which of the following will reduce garbage by using again some waste materials?
a.
Burn
b. Throw
c. Paint
d. Recycle
14.What can you do to improve your own environment?
a.
Spray insecticides to kill insects
c. Reduce, reuse, recycle
b.
Use dynamite in fishing
d. Cut down trees
15.Which of the following keeps the balance of the ecosystem?
a.
Clean and Green
c. Save the Mother Earth Movement
b.
Tree Planting
d. All of these
16.What will be the effect of a well-sustained ecological balance?

a. People will no longer be sick.


c. There will be a lot of foods.
b. People will always be happy.
d. There will still be a place for the children
to live in
17.Which common household materials will you use to kill harmful insects such as
mosquitoes?
a. Insecticide
b. Soap
c. Synthetic
d.
Plastic
18.Aling Carmen bought some milkfish. What can she do to preserve them if she does not
have a refrigerator?
a. Keep the fish in a can
c. Rub the fish with salt
b. Soak the fish in water
d. Cook the fish in tomato sauce
19.You want to get rid of some ticks and fleas in your home. Which of the following will be
used to you?
a.
Additive
b. Preservative
c. Insecticides
d. Antiseptic
20.Which statement best describes the use of additive?
a.
They kill germs and prevent them from spreading diseases.
b.
They enhance the taste and color of foods.
c.
They limit the action of agents of spoilage.
d.
They protect things from wear and tear
21.What is the main use of solvents?
a.
To dissolve materials.
c. To remove stains in tiles
b.
To extract juice from fruits.
d. To create new material
22.When buying medicine, you should look at the expiration date on the label. Why?
a.
To know if the medicine is still usable.
b.
To know how long you can use the medicine.
c.
To know when the medicine was discovered.
d. To know when the medicine should be taken.
23.Why is it important to read labels of materials before buying and using them?
a. To know how much they cost.
b. To know what company manufactured them.
c. To know what kind of container they are in.
d. To know what ingredients they contain and how they should be used.
24.Which of these is not seen as warning signs/precautions on some materials?
a.
Flammable
c. Poisonous
b.
Keep out of childrens reach
d. Insect-friendly
25.What household materials are continuously improved by technology?
a.
Kitchen utensils
c. Food containers
b.
Cooking appliances
d. Drinking facilities
26.Plastic is not a natural material; this means that:
a.
It is made from some chemicals by man
b.
It is made from artificial chemical
c.
It is made from artificial minerals
d.
It consists of many different chemicals
27.Why is it necessary to paint iron window grills?
a.
To make them look beautiful
c. To make them stronger
b.
To prevent them from rusting
d. To make them thicker
28.How is todays soap improved by technology?
a.
It can converted into types of materials like insecticides.
b.
It can be converted into gaseous form.
c.
It has added ingredients like perfumes and whitening agents.
d. It can be used in dishwashing.
29.Which of the following show the most recent improvement in technology?
a.
Cooking over firewood
c. Cooking with LPG
b.
Cooking over molten rocks
d. Cooking with microwave oven
30.Which of the following is a product of technology?
a.
Paint
b. Alcohol
c. Soap
d. All of
these
31.Pull up cans, tetra packs, styropore and plastic bags are recent product which shows
technological improvement in packaging. However, these things brought problems to our
environment. Why?
a.
These materials contain CFC which destroys the ozone layer.
b.
They are non-biodegradable materials which cause problems on waste disposal
c.
They contribute to the extinction of organism.
d. They make us live more conveniently
32.What will happen when a strong wind blows toward a man who is spraying pesticides on
his plants?

a.
The pesticides will be wasted.
b. The pesticide spray might fall on him
c.
The pesticide will not come out of the container.
d.
The pesticide will not be useful.
33.Why is detergent in toothpaste beneficial to man?
a.
It reduces the disease
b. It feels good
c. it prevents dental cavities
d. None of these
34.What will happen if there is too much applied pesticides sprayed in fruits/vegetables?
a. Fruits/ vegetables will be very tasty.
b. The plant will grow fast.
c. The soil will be very fertile.
d. Fruits/vegetables might become poisonous.
35.Why should you not eat left- over foods that have bubbles in them?
a. Some softdrinks might have spilled on them.
c. They might be difficult to digest.
b. The might already be spoiled.
d. They might be changing to a
gaseous state.
36.In keeping and storing materials at home, medicines should be placed away from
insecticides. Why?
a. To prevent people from using them in the wrong way.
b. To prevent the materials from expiring
c.
To prevent insects from entering cabinets.
d. To arrange the materials in an orderly manner.
37.You entered the waiting room at a bus terminal. After a while you smelled alcohol without
seeing any bottle of alcohol. Why?
a.
The alcohol molecules in the air traveled to your nose.
b.
The alcohol molecules stayed in the bottle.
c.
The alcohol molecules do not move at all.
d.
The alcohol molecules have strong odor.
38.What are the tiniest particles of matter called?
a.
Elements
b. Chemicals
c. Molecules
d. Minerals
39 40. Construct a model/illustration of solid, liquid and gas.

Solid

Liquid

Gas

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