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## Grade 5, NSO Level 1 Sample Paper 2 Total Marks :

60
Time : 1 Hr

Reasoning

1. Select a figure from the options which will complete the pattern in Fig. (X).

A. A B. B C. C D. D

2. There are total 340 students in a school. Football and cricket are the sports played in the school. Each student plays atleast one
sport.

## Football is played by 180 students.

Crickets is played by 220 students.

## How many students play both Cricket and Football?

A. 60 B. 70 C. 80 D. 120

3. In certain code language 'rein' is written as '8250' and 'fold' is written as '6()9', how will 'field' be written in that code language?

## A. 625)9 B. 652(9 C. 625(9 D. 652)9

4. Find the correct mirror image of the Fig.(X) , if the mirror is placed vertically to the left.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

5. This year is not a leap year and Rohit birthday is falling on the previous day of last Thursday of the February month. Refer the
torn calendar and identify on which day of the February does Rohit celebrate his birthday?

## A. 28th B. 23rd C. 21st D. 30th

6. There is a certain relationship between (i) and (ii). Similar relationship exists between (iii) and (iv). Identify the relationship and
find the missing figure?

A. A B. B C. C D. D

7. Find out the word which cannot be made from the letters of the given word.

NUTRITION

## 8. Select the incorrect match.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

9. Some letters are numbered 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 as given. Arrange the letters to form a meaningful word and select the correct option.

A. 312654 B. 263514 C. 162453 D. 435162

10. Select a figure from options in which fig.(X) is exactly embedded as one of its part.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

Science

## 11. Who is correct?

Ravi : A shadow can give us the correct information about the size of the object.

Amit : A shadow can give us the correct information about the shape of the object.

## 13. What is the following diagram representing?

A. Lunar cycle starting from new moon B. Lunar eclipse C. Solar eclipse D. None of these

## A. Pharynx B. Larynx C. Oesophagus D. Gullet

15. Which of the following is/are reasons behind existence of life on earth?

## A. Earth has water on its surface.

B. Earth has atmosphere which keeps Earth warm due to presence of green house gases.
C. Earth has tilted axis.
D. Earth has optimum distance from Sun, not too close and not too far.

## A. A and B B. A, B and C C. A, B and D D. All of these

16. Arrange the lifestages of a monarch butterfly in order.

## 17. Why cactus have spines?

1) To reduce water loss due to transpiration
2) To protect itself from desert animals
3) for breathing

## A. 1 B. 2 C. 1 and 2 D. All of these.

18. The amount of solute that can be dissolved in a solvent depends upon______

## A. Amount of solute already present in the solution.

B. Surface area of solute.
C. Temperature of the solution.
D. Physical and chemical properties of solute and solvent.

## 19. Duckweed is categorized as _______.

A. Emergent plants B. Submerged plants C. Floating but rooted plants D. Free floating plants

## 20. Who is arguing incorrectly?

Shyan : Fibrous or fixed joints are fixed joints and show no movement. E.g. joint in skull bones or joint between skull and upper jaws.
Rohan : Cartilagenous joints are slightly moveable.
Amit : Synovial joints show highest degree of movement and are freely movable.

## A. Shyan only B. Rohan and Amit C. Amit only D. None of them

21. Observe the following table. Which of the deficiency disease is correctly matched with the mineral?

## A. Calcium -Goitre B. Iron-Osteomalacia C. Iodine-Anaemia D. None of these

22. Which of the following is the easiest method to remove oil from water?

## A. filtration B. distillation C. decantation D. sedimentation

23. _____ transports water and minerals from roots to other parts of plant and ____ transports food from leaves to other parts of the
plant.

## A. Day and night occur because of Earth's revolution.

B. Seasons occur because of Earth's tilted axis and its movement around Sun.
C. Tides occur because of gravitational pull of moon.
D. Global warming is because of increase in concentration of green house gases in the atmoshphere.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

1) Algae
2) Fern
3) Mushroom
4) Wheat

## 27. Who is correct?

Amit : Grass eaten by buffaloes is cud
Sumit : Horse fodder is called cud
Asha : Softened food that returns from the stomach to be chewed the second time in ruminant animals is called cud
Shaina : Cud is a type of milk produced by ruminant animals.

## 28. Which of the following is an example of adaptation :

A) Elongated nose of an elephant.
B) Elongation of giraffe's neck.
C) Porcupine's sharp quills.
D) Movement of birds from one place to another because of climatic changes.

## 29. Which system helps us in locomotion?

A) Skeletal system
B) Muscular system
C) Circulatory system
D) Digestive system

A. A B. B C. C D. A and B

30. Sohan falls sick regularly. Which food items might be missing or lacking in his daily diet?

A) Simmering
B) Canning
C) Sugaring
D) Freezing

## A. A B. B and D C. B,C and D D. All of these

32. Who is correct?

Ram: Wool acts as an insulator and does not allow heat and air to pass through. Wool is aÂ bad conductor of heat and does not
allow heat to escape. Thus we feel warm in woollen clothes.
Sam: Cotton clothes are permeable and allow air to pass through them. They are also good absorbent of water thus they absorb
sweat and we feel comfortable in cotton clothes during summer.

A. Ram is correct. B. Sam is correct. C. Both are correct. D. None of them is correct.

33. Amit, Reena and Sheena are looking at the stars and discussing constellations:
Amit: Constellation is a group of stars which form a recognizable shape.
Reena: Constellations are part of our solar system.
Sheena: Constellations are used to map night sky.

A. Amit and Reena are correct. B. Amit and Sheena are correct. C. Sheena and Reena are correct D. All of them are correct

34. Arrange the following in the order of the size of their particles from biggest to smallest
A) Clay
B) Sand
C) Silt

## 35. Which of the following is a lunar phase:

A) Waxing crescent.
B) Full crescent
C) Full moon
D) Waning Gibbous

## A. B B. A, C and D C. A, B and D D. All of these

36. Which of the following will help us in conserving our resources and saving our environment?
A) We should use bucket while taking baths. We should not let the tap running while brushing our teeth or shaving. We should reuse
water used in washing vegetables for watering plants.
B) We should dump recyclable wastes like plastic, iron and glass in separate bins, This will help us in recycling and preventing the
pollution.
C) We should not use water for cooking and thus save water.
D) We should use reuse waste materials like wood and iron. This helps us in cutting the garbage amount and thus prevent pollution.

## A. A and B B. A, B and C C. A,B and D D. All of these.

37. Observe following statements:
A) Liquids can't be compressed.
B) Gas can be compressed as its particles are far away and free-flowing.

A. A is correct and B is incorrect B. A is incorrect and B is correct C. Both are correct D. Both are incorrect

## 38. Match the following :

A. A-2, B-1, C-3, D-4 B. A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4 C. A-2, B-1, C-4, D-3 D. A-4, B-1, C-3, D-2

Vihan: Deforestation is one of the causes of floods.
Sam: Poor drainage system can also result in floods after rains.
Tom: High tides can also cause floods.
Which of them is not correct?

## A. Vihan B. Sam C. Tom D. None of these.

40. Match the following plants with the part used for vegetative propogation:

A. A-3, B-4, C-1, D-2 B. A-1, B-2, C-4, D-3 C. A-2, B-1, C-4, D-3 D. A-1, B-2, C-3, D-4

## 41. Who is making incorrect statement?

Sam : Chyme from stomach moves into first and shortest section of small intestine known as ileum.
Tim : Duodenum, jejunum and ileum are first,middle and last part of small intestine respectively.
Tom : Digested food is absorbed into blood stream by villi of small intestine.

## A. Sam B. Tim C. Tom D. Sam and Tim

42. Observe the diagram and the shadow formed on white sheet. If light source, object A , object B and white sheet are in straight
line and object A is smaller than object B, what can we say about transparency of object A?

A. A is translucent B. A is opaque C. A is transparent D. Can't be determined from the given figure.

43. The strong stormy weather phenomenon which occurs in South Pacific and Indian Ocena is called __________

## 44. A flying aeroplane possesses ________.

A. Kinetic energy
B. Potential energy
C. Electric energy
D. Gravitational energy

A. A B. B C. A and B D. A, B and C

## 45. Observe the table below:

A. P-plastic mug, Q-wooden table, B. P-sponge, Q-wooden table, C. P-plastic mug, Q-glass flask, R- D. P-wooden door, Q-glass
R-bakelite handle R-silver coin bakelite handle pane, R-iron nail

Achievers Section

46. Sam performed an experiment.He joined an iron rod with a wooden rod at point P. He heated the iron rod at point Q as shown in
figure and put the end of wood in a box of ice. What would be the temperature at point P after sometime ?

A. Hot B. Normal C. Cold D. Slightly below normal

47. Graph A" shows the pollution in a pond over a period of 6 months.
Which graph among P, Q, R and S will represent population of fishes over the same period?"

## shows the pollution in a pond over a period of 6 months.

Which graph among P, Q, R and S will represent population of fishes over the same period?"" />

A. P B. Q C. R D. S

48. Sumit's teacher gave him a science assignment. She dissolved 1 spoon of salt in 1 litre of water completely. He asked Amit to
purify the water from salt impurities. Which of the following methods can help Amit to purify the water again?

## 49. Which of the following is false :

A) The vertebral column is made of many small bones.
B) Functional unit of a kidney are called neurons.
C) The spinal cord is a long, thin, tubular bundle of nervous tissue that begins at the end of the brain stem and continues up to end
of the spine.
D) The nervous system is divided into the central nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal chord and a peripheral nervous
system consisting of nerves and neurons.

A. A B. B C. C D. D

50. Consider following statements about Venus and identify which is correct:
A) It is the hottest planet.
B) It rotates in opposite direction compared to most of the planets.
C) It has longest rotation period.
D) It has maximum no of satellites