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Number the following statements from 1-6 to show the correct steps to follow
_________ Go back to the classroom
_________ Report missing classmates
_________ Line up according to class number
_________ Stay in the safe zone until further notice
_________ Cover your head, neck, and spinal column
_________ Walk briskly to the safe zone. Do not. Run.


Return to the classroom
Get out of the classroom
Report missing classmates.
Pass through assigned exit points.
Stay in the safe zone until further notice.
Assemble in class number in the safe zones.

Answer the following:
________________1.A thin transparent material that covers the front of the eye.
________________2.The round colored part of the eye.
________________3.Is the organ for tasting.
________________4.Are the two openings of the nose.
________________5.Sends the image from the retina to the brain.
________________6.Is a dark round opening at the center of the iris.
________________7.A hallow portion through which air passes.
________________8.The tongue is covered by this.
________________9.Found at the back of the pupil.
This release substances that makes the skin waterproof.
Tiny hairs found in the two openings of the nose
Is the layer that lines the interior or inside of the eye.
Sticky liquid found inside the nose.
The innermost layer of the skin which
protects the internal organs and keeps the body warm.
Accessory parts of the eye that protects it from dust and
too much light.

The fifth taste is called __________ which is

a Japanese word which means “pleasant savory taste.”
The outer layer of the skin
Is a curved flap like part attached to the side of the

Removes extra salt and water from your body in the

form of sweat.

Part of the nose that is lined with delicate hairs.
The upper surface of the tongue contains bumps called


Is a thin sheet that separates the outer ear from the

middle ear.


Are found in the upper part of the nasal

cavity and carries the smell to the brain.
Are special structures which are sensitive
to food flavors.
The fluid-filled, coiled tube found in the inner part of the

Determines the skin color of the skin.
The three tiny bones in the middle of the ear.
Openings on the surface of the skin.
Sends the message of the sound to the brain.
The layer of the epidermis is called the ________.
There are about __________ taste buds over the surface of

the tongue.

This carries the messages to your brain

about the objects that touches your skin.
The reaction of the skin when it is too cold
or if we are very scared.


Write T if the statement is correct. If False, change the underlined word to
make it correct.
________________1.The pupil is like a glass window through which
light can pass.
________________2.The retina forms an upside-down image.
________________3.The mucus filter particles of dust as they enter
the nostrils.
________________4.When the surrounding is bright, the pupil
becomes larger to allow more light to enter the eye.
________________5.The lens changes its shape in order to focus light
on the retina.
________________6.The tongue extends from the back of the mouth
upward and outward to the lips.
________________7.When the three bones in the middle ear vibrates,
the fluid in the cochlea moves.
________________8.The upper surface of the tongue is smooth.
________________9.When someone has a cold, the passage in your
nose may be blocked and temporarily lose your sense of

Inside the papillae are taste buds which

are scattered over the surface of the tongue.
The brain turns the image upside down
received from the retina through the optic nerve.

Your sense of taste can also warn you of danger such as the smell of burning wire or burning motor. ________________17. moisten. Identify the following parts: . ________________14. The middle ear has the two tiny bones that vibrates to send the sound to the inner ear. The sense of smell and taste are not related. The mucus helps to clean. the three tiny bones do not vibrate but sends the sound to the inner ear. ________________19. Olfactory nerves are found in the upper part of the nasal cavity that carries the scent of the object to the brain. When the eardrums vibrate. ________________15. IV. ________________16. The ear canal collects sound from our surrounding. and warm the air you breath. ________________18.________________12. ________________13. The pinna is a curved flap like part attached to the side of the head.

go out from where you are staying. c. d. d. b. Multiple Choice: _______1. a. c. Cover. What is the first thing that you should do when there is an earthquake. a.V. _______2. Ears Nose Eyes Skin . All of the above _______3. c. d. b. Which are not good sources of umami taste. b. Breast Milk Spinach Ripe Tomatoes French Fries.What sense organ can help you describe the color. and shape and movement of things around you? a. size. Right away. Hold! Get your grab kit and move to the safe zone. Duck.

VI. a. Auditory nerve Olfactory nerve Optic nerve None of the above _______5. b._______4.     Cilia Mucus Cochlea Nasal cavity Classify the food according to their taste: Bitter gourd Breast Milk Cake Chocolate     Sweet Sour VII. d. . c. b. How do you call the nerve in our ear that sends messages to the brain? a. d.What are the tiny hairs that filter particles of dust as they enter the nostrils. Dried fish Green mango Honey Ripe mango     Salty Salted eggs Soy sauce Sugar Tamarind Bitter     Vinegar Ripe Tomatoes Coffee Cheese Burger Umami Arrange the following statements to explain how the sense organs work. c.

Why should you not eat or drink very hot foods? 3. The auditory nerve picks up the message and sends to the brain. Why should you take care of your skin? . How can you taste food? 5. The sound passes through the ear canal and goes through the eardrum which vibrates and also makes the three tiny bones vibrates. The brain turns the picture right side up and tells you the object you see. Pictures formed in the retina are upside down Light reflected by the object enters through the pupil. VIII. Ears: The pinna collects the sound. Answer the following: 1. Why is the nose important? 2. Why should you cover your nose when you are near a vehicle that puffs out smoke? 4.Eyes: The optic nerve sense this message to the brain. The lens focuses this light on the retina. The vibration from the three tiny bones makes the fluid from the cochlea move.

IX. Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from too much sunlight. Ears Remove your earwax or cerumen with your fingernails or any sharp objects like pins or matchsticks or pencil to clean the inner part of your ear. You may close your eyes for a while or look at green things like plants. What do you think will happen if your body is not covered with skin? 7. Rub your eyes whenever it is itchy. Avoid reading while lying in bed. and liver. Sit close to the television or computer so that you can see properly. Wash them with clean water. Clean the outer part of your ears with a soft cloth regularly . Remove foreign objects that enter your eyes by splashing clean water into them. Rest your eyes a few minutes after reading or using the computer a long time. Eat foods rich in vitamin A like green and yellow fruits. Name one sense organ used in the having breakfast and explain how it is used. Never look directly at the sun. Do we only use one sense organ when we are doing an activity? Why/Why not? Give an example. Put a check if it is a good way to take care of the sense organs Eyes Read under good light. Use any rag or piece of cloth to wipe your eyes. 8. eggs. It is ok to read while inside a moving vehicle. Keep your eyes clean. whole milk. vegetables.6.

Use your clothes as many times as you want even without washing. se an EENT specialist. Always scratch your skin whenever it is itchy. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables See a dermatologist when you have a serious skin infections. Pinch your nose for about 15 minutes Pick your nose with a small pencil. Gargle with juice or soda after eating to keep your mouth and tongue clean. Use sun protection creams or lotions like sunblock lotion when going to the beach or staying outdoors. Tongue Do not each too much spicy and salty food. lean forward slightly with your mouth open. face towel. Doing so can damage your taste buds After brushing your teeth. Use loud volume when you are using your earphones so that you can hear properly. Nose Use a clean handkerchief to clean your nose. Stay as long as you want under the sun to keep your skin warm. Visit your doctor regularly. If there is pain or a buzzing sound in your ears and you cannot hear well. brush your tongue very hard to keep it clean. Use a clean and soft towel to dry or wipe your skin. and bath towel. Too much of these food may cause sores on your tongue. If you feel pain inside your nose. . Blow your nose hard to remove all the particles inside.It’s ok to listen to loud music. Always use your own comb. In case of nosebleed. Do not eat or drink food which is too hot. see a doctor immediately Skin Take a bath regularly with soap with water. If an insect gets into your ear. use a drop of clean oil to remove it easily.

Which of the following will you do? a. b. dust enters her eye. _______1. c. The skin protects the body from hot or cold temperature It helps to see the things around us The skin gives color to the body The skin makes us look pretty . d. c.While Karen is cleaning the living room.Your eyes become tired after reading. Look at its color Feel its texture Smell it Taste it _______2. b. d. c.X. c. Wash the eyes with soap and water Look at some green plants Rub the eyes gently Wear sunglasses _______4. d. Ears Eyes Nose Tongue _______3. d. b. d. How can you tell that the mango is sweet a.Why is the skin important to the body? a. Encircle the letter of the correct answer. c. _______5. b.You were studying your lessons when the lights went out. Rub her eye with her hands Wipe her eye with her dress Wash her eye in a basin of clean water Remove the foreign object with a toothpick. b. Which of the following should she do? a. Which of the sense organs could you not use very well? a.

bees. ________________14.XI. Fishes use their __________ and __________ to move underwater. ________________11. ________________15. . ________________4. carabaos. Toads cover their bodies with __________ to protect themselves from their enemies. ________________3. seeds. dogs. ________________10. tadpoles. Frogs have __________ to move in the water and move on land. cats. and mosquitoes use their tube-like mouth called __________ to sip food. ________________5. Answer the following: ________________1. and insects. Spiders uses their __________ to catch insects. The octopus uses its __________ to capture food and push it into its stomach. horses. Birds. Are animals that are supported by a backbone or a spine. ________________12. and duck use their __________ or __________ to peck at grains. Boars uses their __________ to protect themselves. Snakes users their __________ to glide on land or swim in water. Rats can move even in the dark because they have long __________ to help them find their way. ________________17. Cows. ________________16. Frogs and lizards use their __________ to get their prey. Turtles have __________ to move in the water and move on land. Butterflies . chickens. ________________9. goats have __________ or __________ as their body covering to protect them from cold temperature. ________________2. Butterflies. or small fishes for food. Clams and other shellfish have hairlike parts called __________. flies. ________________8. ________________13. ________________6. ________________7. Sea urchins have __________ to protect themselves. snails and caterpillars have __________ to help them feel their way around.

Squids squirt black fluid so that they will not be seen by predators.________________18. ________________20. Are animals that are those that have already completely disappeared on Earth. _______7. Bugs and flies use their tongue for smelling _______3.The cilia sweep the tiny animals from the water to the open shell into their mouth. Mammals breathe through their heart. _______11. _______6. Chickens. Snails. Are animals without backbones. Are animals which fee their young through their mammary glands. . _______15. _______4.Carabaos protect themselves by using their legs. Snakes have sharp fangs and poison glands. Mammals can live in water. _______13. slippery furs so they can easily escape from danger. _______14. crabs. Mosquitoes can hear sounds because of their antennae. Birds have poor eyesight but have great sense of smell. ________________19. _______9. Are animals that are those whose numbers are so few that they may vanish on Earth forever. _______10.Butterflies sip the nectar of flowers using their tongue. ________________24. __________ can live both on land and in water. _______16. Write T if the statement is correct and F is the statement is false. and birds uses their fur to regulate their body temperature. Horse uses their strong legs and feet to move. Reptiles breathe through their __________ ________________23. _______5. Fishes have wet. and clams are covered with soft shells to protect their body. ________________21. _______8. Fishes uses their __________ to breathe. Baby frogs and toads are called __________ ________________22. _______12. _______2. ________________25. ducks.Some animals do not have fins but can still move in the water by using their legs.Some animals have no legs but can still move. _______1. XII.

c. fur. Their number of legs c. b. Antennae Tentacles Shell Wings _______3. c._______17. What are the body parts of a dog? a. beak _______2. b. caterpillar. tail Scales. Head. Multiple Choice: _______1. _______23. _______24. Some birds cannot fly because they are too heavy or their wings are too small. What body part do butterfly. d. What makes the butterfly. Do not mind if the air in the place is polluted. _______22. head. Report the persons to proper authorities who are hunting endangered animals and using dynamite when fishing. Help preserve the habitats of animals by burning or cutting down trees in the forest. Their size b. Insects are invertebrates. Bring your pet to a dentist for checkup and vaccination. fins. _______20. and fly similar to one another? a. _______19. Tadpoles develops nose as they grow so they can start to live on land. tail. _______21. Give your pet enough food to eat and clean water to drink. legs Wings. mosquito. d. Their kind of movement . Provide any kind of shelter for your pet. and snail have in common? a. _______18. XIII. gills Feathers.

c. move? They They They They By By By By using using using using its its its its tongue mouth hind legs mouth and hind legs Which pair of animals can live both on land and in water? . _______9. _______5. d. have have have have Why can fishes live in the water? a. Butterfly Fish Rat Turtle They They They They have strong feet. b. b. Why can some birds fly? a. fins and tail wings and tail feathers very strong claws Which of the following animals uses its fins and tail to a. c. c. d. c. Their body covering _______4. _______8. b. b. b. gills.d. c. d. _______7. _______6. have two webbed feet are covered with feathers have long and strong feet How does the frog get its food? a. d. d. Their bodies are covered with scales They have gills to breathe in the water They have strong bodies Their bones are strong What do ducks have that help them move in the water? a.

________________________________________ . b. ________________________________________ b. c. ________________________________________ c. Eagle Cat Goat Horse Answer the following: 1. b. c. Which of these animals helps man to transport a. d. What are the five groups of vertebrates? a. d. XIV. b. Give examples of mammals that live in water a. ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ ________________________________________ 2. Animals help people in their work. e. Spider and bee Dove and duck Frog and turtle Crab and fish _______10. d. Why can fishes live in the water? a. c. They They They They have a mouth for drinking water have a tail that helps them to swim can open their eyes under the water have gills that help them to breathe in the water _______11. c. b.a. d.

Classify the names of the animals below. Give examples of invertebrates a. Why are animals important to people? Give 5 reasons. Write them under the correct column. 6. What is the difference between frogs and toads? 5. ________________________________________ c.3. ________________________________________ XV. Give examples of amphibians a. Ant Bee cat Cow Dog dove Vertebrates Dragonfly Fish fly Goat Horse jellyfish Octopus Parrot squid Invertebrates . ________________________________________ b. ________________________________________ b. ________________________________________ 4.

____________________2. ____________________3. Chicken Crocodile Dog Bird Horse 2. Write the letter of the correct answer of then blank. Fish XVII. Provide the answer ____________________1. 3. ____________________6. b. 7. Smaller than the tree and it also has a hard and woody stems but has no trunk.XVI. c. A plant with soft and fleshy stems. Food Clothing material Means of transportation Pet 1. The roots get water and minerals from the _______________ of the plant. . 5. The main stem of the tree is called _______________________. 9. ____________________4. Cow 4. A hard and woody plant that can grow tall. Goat 10. Carries water and food to every part of the plant. ____________________5. Cat 6. d. Tiger 8. a. Classify the animals below according to their uses.

Part of the plant that contains the seed ____________________10. XVIII. The green coloring matter of plants. ____________________2. ____________________8. True or False? ____________________1. The vine has long tendrils which grows from their stems and its tip twists and curls around its support. A shrub has no trunk ____________________5. A herb is woody like a tree or shrub ____________________4. Has soft and hard stems and it climbs up toward the light with the help of a stick or trellises. A shrub is bigger than a tree. ____________________12. Holds the plant firmly to the ground. ____________________7. ____________________11. Chlorohyll makes photosynthesis possible. the new plants.____________________7. ____________________10. Fruits protects the seeds that becomes . ____________________8. A shrub has hard and woody stems. The stems attracts the insects that help in producing more plants through pollination. The plant’s food factory. ____________________9. Holds the different parts of a plant. The roots of a tree are short and small. ____________________13. ____________________6. Is the process in which the leaves take in carbon dioxide and water to make food with the help of sunlight. There are stems that can store food. ____________________3. ____________________9.

___________________________________ c. ___________________________________ c. Give 3 examples of a herb. ___________________________________ b. Answer the following: 1. ___________________________________ 5. a. Give 3 examples of shrub a. Give 3 examples of trees. ___________________________________ b. How does a shrub differ from a tree? 4. ___________________________________ . XIX. Give 3 examples of vines. ___________________________________ c. ___________________________________ b. ___________________________________ c. a. ___________________________________ 2. a. The roots store food to be used by the plant. ___________________________________ 3. ___________________________________ b.____________________11.

Complete the word Analogy: .XX. Answer the following 1. Why are flowers important? 2. What is Pollination? 3. Label the parts of the plants below XXI.

Identify their similarities and differences using a Venn Diagram 1.Human : Warm-blooded Horns : Frog : Bird : Fly : Clown Fish : With Backbones : Cold-Blooded Wings : Body Movements Snake : Reptile : Lizard Swim : Frog : Flamingo Birds Fish Vertebrates Without Backbones : : XXII. Complete the table below. Animals Body part used in getting food Eagle Crocodile Size Body Covering . Odd Man Out: Encircle the word that does not belong to the group. Invertebrate Animals (Fish) (Birds) (Food getting) (Movement) (Nose) (Tongue) (Food getting) (Movement) (Vertebrate) (Invertebrate) Sea urchin Shark Bats Beak Fins Bitter Round Big eyes Antennae Alligator Jelly fish Butterfly Whale Worm Jelly fish Owl Proboscis Tongue Odorless Sour Proboscis Slither Snail Squid Gold fish Chicken Wings Wings Pungent sweet Tentacles Swim Turtle Whale Tilapia Ostrich XXIII. Use the word/s in the parenthesis as your guide.

2. Animals Protection Movement Part Used Classificatio for food- n based on getting their backbone Rabbit Frog .