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A. Match Column A with Column B.

Column A Column B

_____1. Refers to the change in form and structure that a. adult stage

Happens as the animal or insect becomes an adult b. climate

_____2. The animal or insect in this type of metamorphosis c. complete metamorphosis

Undergoes 4 stages in their life d. drone

_____3. Type of metamorphosis does not undergo pupal stage e. egg

_____4. Final breeding stage wherein insect usually grows into f. incomplete metamorphosis

A mature one g. metamorphosis

_____5. Refers to the inactive stage in a metamorphosis h. nymph

Wherein no feeding takes place i. pupal stage

_____6. Unborn stage in metamorphosis j. pups

_____7. Larvae of a mosquito k. wrigglers

_____8. Factor that greatly affects the life of an animal

_____9. Term used for baby bats

_____10. Stage in the incomplete metamorphosis where in most feeding is done.

B. Write T if the statement is correct. Otherwise, leave it blank.

_____1. Insects that go through 3 stages of development undergo incomplete metamorphosis.

_____2. Butterflies lay eggs on leaves that can later serve as food for the caterpillar.

_____3. Housefly is an example of insect that undergoes incomplete metamorphosis.

_____4. Penguins can lay up to ten eggs in their nest.

_____5. Female bees are called drones.

_____6. Development of wings for most insects happen during pupal stage.

_____7. Unfertilized eggs serve as food for the hatched great white shark pups.

_____8. Climate is a big factor that affects the life cycle of an animal.

_____9. Mosquitoes lay their eggs in on wastes and decaying matter.

_____10. Cockroaches , grasshoppers and dragonflies are example of organisms that undergo
incomplete metamorphosis.

C. Identify what is being described by each statement. Choose your answers below.

a. carnivores e. food chain i. producers

b. consumers f. food web j. sun

c. decomposers g. herbivores k. water

d. energy pyramid h. omnivores

_____1. Organisms that can produce their own food

_____2. Main source of energy used by the plants

_____3. Animals that eat plants and or other consumers

_____4. Plant eating animals

_____5. Usually ferocious animals that eat the meat or flesh of the other animals

_____6. Animals that eat both producers and or consumers

_____7. Process of eating and being eaten, where energy is transferred from one organism to another

_____8. Series or complex type of food chain

_____9. Diagram that shows the amount of energy stored in each living thing in a food chain

_____10. Living things that have the ability to decay bodies of dead animals and plants

D. Classify the animals accordingly.

Producers Herbivores Carnivores Omnivores Decomposers

Bacteria humans rabbit chimpanzees lion

Snake cows mushrooms sunflower flies

Oak tree tiger grasshopper potato worms

E. Identify the interaction present in each statement. Answers may be repeated.

Competition commensalism cooperation

Mutualism parasitism predation

_____________________1. Spider building a web on a tree

_____________________2. Bees getting nectar from a flower

_____________________3. Bear hunting for a fish

_____________________4. Bird making its nest on a tree

_____________________5. Mosquitoes sucking blood from human

_____________________6. Plants living in the same pot

_____________________7. Swarms of bees attacking their intruders

_____________________8. Cat chasing a rat

_____________________9. Orchids growing on a tree

_____________________10. Lice on human head

_____________________11. Farm animals living in the same territory

_____________________12. Human and plants exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide

_____________________13. Ants working together

_____________________14. Wolves hunting for deer

_____________________15. Marine animals looking for the same kind of food

F. Match Column A with Column B.

Column A Column B

_____1. Different species compete for the same resources a. commensalism

In an ecosystem b. cooperation

_____2. 2 organisms of different species benefit from each c. interspecific competition

Other d. intraspecific competition

_____3. Members of the same species compete for limited e. mutualism

Resources f. parasitism

_____4. Relationship between 2 species in which one benefits g. predation

From the other without harming it

______5. Relationship between 2 species in which one benefits

While the other is harmed

______6. It is where the predator feeds on its prey

______7. It involves groups of organisms working together for a

Common good.

G. Encircle the correct answer.

1. Which material does not absorb water?

a. paper b. cotton c. sponge d. rubber

2. An object that does not absorb water and can sink too.

a. metal spoon b. rug c. plastic bottle d. life jacket

3. Can cause food to turn bad

a. stone b. bacteria c. air d. water

4. What material has the ability to sink?

a. anchor b. leaf c. log d. plastic

5. What is the reason why plastic cups can float in water?

a. porous and has more density than water c. non-absorbent and has lesser density than water

b. non-biodegradable d. none of the above

6. Material that can serve as an alternative for a life vest

a. metal sheet b. log c. plastic bag d. tablecloth

7. Which of the following material does not belong to the group?

a. plastic b. Styrofoam c. rubber d. wood

For Numbers 8 to 10:

Material Density
Water 1 g/cc
Vegetable oil .925 g/cc
Corn syrup 1.38 g/cc
Copper wire 8.8 g/cc
Plastic 0.93g/cc
Wood 0.7g/cc
8. Which of the following materials will be on top?

a. copper wire b. plastic c. vegetable oil d. wood

9. Which of the following materials will be at the bottom?

a. copper wire b. plastic c. corn syrup d. wood

10. Which of the following materials has the ability to sink in water?

a. copper wire b. plastic c. vegetable oil d. wood

H. Write T if the statement is correct. Otherwise, leave it blank.

_____1. Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass.

_____2. Air causes the decay of a material.

_____3. Washing of hands thoroughly with soap that can keep us away from different diseases caused
by bacteria.

_____4. Refrigerating food can prevent food from decaying or spoiling.

_____5. Materials that decay fast are called non-biodegradable.

_____6.Capillarity is the ability of liquid to pass through narrow spaces.

_____7. Density is the ability to absorb or hold liquid.

_____8. Decaying materials has no harmful effect in our body.

_____9. Objects which are lighter than water will sink in the bottom.

_____10. Formation of bubbles , changes in color and bad odor are signs of decaying material.

I. Write  if the statement suggests proper way of dealing with materials. Otherwise, leave it blank.

_____1. Checking food ingredients if they have nutritional value or not

_____2. Burying expired chemicals underground

_____3. Hazardous materials are placed out of reach of the children

_____4. Takes medicine according to prescription of doctor

_____5. Eating foods with a lot of preservatives

_____6. Transfer chemicals into attractive containers

_____7. Using gloves and mask when cleaning with chemicals

_____8. Stores chemicals and pesticides under the cabinet where the gas tank is placed
_____9. Eating right after spraying insecticide

_____10. Taking time to read instructions

J. Write T if the statement is correct. Otherwise, leave it blank.

_____1. Physical change is a change in matter wherein the composition of the materials remain the

_____2. Change in size and shape of an object is an example of chemical change.

_____3. Deposition is the process wherein gas turns into solid without passing the liquid state.

_____4. Evaporation is observed in boiling water.

_____5. Sublimation is the process wherein a solid material turns to gas.

_____6. Freezing happens when liquid turns to solid.

_____7. Chopping onions for cooking is physical change.

_____8. Melting is when liquid becomes gas.

_____9. Formation of snow is an example of chemical change.

_____10. Solidification is when solid turns into liquid.

H. Write C for chemical change and P for physical change.

_____1. Cutting of paper for mosaic project

_____2. Melting ice cream

_____3. Decaying banana in bag

_____4. Chopping of wood

_____5. Rusting of old bike

_____6. Freezing of butter

_____7. Grinding of chalk

_____8. Sugar turning into carbon

_____9. Lighting a fire through the torch

_____10. Boiling water to create steam