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51) Diagram 1 showing a living thing.

54) Why do humans need a balanced diet? A Humans need fresh air to grow healthy. B Humans need to eat four square meals a day.

Diagram 1 Which of the animals have the same breathing structure as the one shown? I Grasshopper II Caterpillar III Squid IV Frog A I and II only B II and IV C I, II and III only D I, II, III and IV 52) Diagram 2 shows part of the Solar System.

C Humans need to eat and drink to grow and stay healthy. D Humans need to eat different types of food equally to stay healthy. 55)

How does the above plant reproduce? A By wind B By animals C By underground stem D By stem cutting method 56) Diagram 3 shows four objects.

Diagram 2 Determine the planets P, Q and R. A B C D P Mars Uranus Mercury Mercury Q Saturn Mars Jupiter Earth R Uranus Venus Saturn Mars

Diagram 3 Which of the following objects can be reused? A P and Q only B P, Q and S only C P, R and S only D P, Q ,R and S 57) Which of the following statement is not true? A We need to reduce the use and demand of materials so that nonrenewable resources can be conserved.

53) Aminah has two objects, M and N M can float on water but N cannot. Objects M and N are most probably M N A Coin Nail B Basket Wooden ruler C Slipper Metal spoon D Ice cream stick Slipper

B Materials that are made of wood, glass and rubber can be recycled to produce new products. C Natural materials are obtained from plants, animals and the earth. D We cannot recycle many things into other reusable items. 58) Predict what will happen if the Earth is placed nearer to the Sun. I All the living things will die. II The plants will grow healthier. III The temperature of the Earth will increase. IV The surface of the Earth will be covered by ice. A I and III only B II and IV only C I, II and IV only D I, II , III and IV 59) Diagram 4 shows a planet.

61) Which of the following are ways people communicate in the olden days? I Sound of drums II Smoke signals III Telephones IV Pigeons A I and II only C I, II And IV only B II and IV only D I, II, III and IV

62) Which of the following objects are not heat insulators? I Plastic cup II Metal ruler III Cardboard IV Rubber shoes A I and III only B II and IV only C I, III and IV only D II, III and IV only 63) Which of the statement is not true? A A transparent material allows most light to pass through it. B A plastic rod is a good heat conductor.

State the name of the planet shown. A Saturn B Jupiter C Venus D Earth 60) The limitation of the human eyes can be overcame by

C A wooden is an opaque material. D Not all material allow light to pass through them. 64) Which of the following materials is a transparent material? A Tracing paper B Tissue paper C Glass D Book 65) The following are the ways of animals protect themselves from danger except A pretend to be dead B Give out bad smell C hibernate

A I and II only B II and III only C I, II and III only D I, II, III and IV

D curl up 66) Which of the following are human bad habits? I Sleeping II Smoking III Taking drugs IV Drinking alcohol A I and III only B II and IV only C I, II and III only D II, III and IV only 67) Which f the following ways can keep coffee hot? A Keep the coffee in a plastic bag . B It can be stretched. C It floats on the water. D It allows light to pass through. 68) Diagram 5 shows a pupil playing with a rubber band?

70) Diagram 7 shows four objects.

Diagram & Which of the above objects are made of natural materials? A P and R only B Q and R only C Q, R and S only D P, Q and P 71) Objects P can be found between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Predict objects P. A Stars B Comets C Asteroids D Natural satellites 72) Which of the following is a basic need of animals but not the basic need of plants? A Air C Water B Food D II, III and IV only

Diagram 5 What is the property shown by the rubber band? A B C D It absorbs water. It can be stretched. It floats on the water. It allows light to pass through.

69) Diagram 6 shows pair of spectacles.

73) Which of the following animals have thick layers of fat under their skin to enable them to live in cold weather? I Camel II Sea Lion III Penguin IV Polar Bear A I and III only C I,II and IV only B I, II and III only D II, III and IV only

Diagram 6 X is made of A wood B metal C glass D plastic

74) Which of the following is the correct ratio of the size between the Earth and the Moon? A B C Earth 1 1 4 Moon 2 4 1

D 2 1 75) Plant X has very fine hairs that can cause itchiness. Plant X is a A bamboo tree C mushroom B papaya tree D mimosa

79) Which of the following are the products of human excretion ? I Urine II Sweat III Water IV Faeces A I and II only B II and IV only C I,II and III only D I, II, III and IV 80) Which of the following statements is not true ?
A The standard units of mass are milligram, gram and kilogram. B A process that repeats uniformly can be used to measure time. C Standard units are needed for accuracy and consistency. D We only use minutes and hours to measure time. 81) Diagram 9 shows an experiment.

76) Diagram 8 shows a camel.

State the function of the camels hump. A To store milk B To attract other camels C To store food in the form of fat D To prepare a place for humans to sit 77) Tina went to a market at 7.30a.m. She spent 2 hours buying vegetables. At what time did she return from the market? A 8.30 a.m. C 10.30 a.m. B 9.30 a.m. D 11.30 a.m.

78 Which of the following can be used to measure time ? P-Pulse Q-Water dripping R-The number of seeds S-The swinging of the pendulum The bulb lights up. What does this experiment prove? A Liquid X is boiled water. B Liquid X can produce light. C Liquid X can conduct electricity. D Liquid X can produce electricity 82) Which spring is the easiest to bent

A P and Q only B P, Q and S only C P, R and S only D P, Q, R and S

83) Why astronauts on a space need to bring an oxygen tank along? I There is no air in outer space. II Humans need air to stay alive. III Humans do not need food in outer space. A I and II C I and III B II and III D I, II and III

87)

Q = Floor tiles R = Spectacles S = Frosted glass

Which characteristic of the above materials are correct ? A B C D Transparent Translucent Opaque Q R S R Q S R S Q S Q R

84) Why must we avoid taking drugs? I A drug overdose can cause death. II Taking drugs can increase a persons weight. III Taking drugs can delay a persons responses to stimuli. A I and II C I and III B II and III D I, II and III

88) Which of the following is not an excretory product of humans? A Water B Urine C Sweat D Faeces 89) It is the nearest planet to the Sun It is the hottest planet in the Solar System

85) How do bears protect themselves from cold weather ? A Hibernate in caves B Walloe in mud holes. C Migrate to warmer regions. D Look for food in warm places. 86) Find the area of the shaded part in Diagram 10.

Which planet does the information refer to ? A Jupiter B Uranus C Mercury D Venus 90) The following in formation show three types of tools. A Television Newspaper A Computer

A 6cm C 4cm

B 5cm D 3cm

Which device has the same function as the above tools ? A A calculator C A radio B A telescope D A tractor

91)Which of the following pairs of animal and shelter is correct ? A B C D Animal Chipmunk Rabbit Bear Lion Shelter Cave Underground hole Nest Tree branches

95) Which of the following units is the most suitable to be used when measuring the length of a school bus? A Metre B Millimeter C Kilometre D Centimetre 96) Which of the following is equivalent to 500 millimetres? A 5 litres B 50 litres C 0.5 litres D 0.05 litres 97) What are man-made materials? A Materials obtained from soil B Materials which can be recycles easily C Materials obtained from animals or plants D Materials which are made from chemical processes 98) Which of the following factors affect the ability of a planet to support life? I The presence of air II The size of the planet III The presence of water IV The planets temperature A I and II C I, II and III B I and III D I, III and IV

92) Drivers who are high on drugs are likely to cause road accidents. This is because A drugs contain alcohol B drugs make them feel tired C the drivers cannot open their eyes D the drivers cannot respond quickly as stimuli 93) Which of the following can be used to determine how many times we breathe in one minute? A The number of heartbeats B The number of chest movements C The number of eyelid movements D The number of intestinal movements 94) Diagram 11 shows a cube. Surface X is 4cm in length and 4cm in width.

Given that all six surfaces of the cube have the same area, the total surface area of the cube is A 16cm B 64cm C 72cm D 96cm

99) Diagram 12 shows two types of transportation.

What is the advantage of the above inventions? A They are very cheap B They can carry many people C They do not need maintenance D They cannot be damaged 100) Which of the following are the advantage of technology? I More tress are cut II Stronger shelters can be built III Goods are transported more quickly A I and II C II and III B I and III D I, II and III