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1st Monthly Exam in Science 1

NAME: ____________________________________________________
I.

MATCHING. DIRECTIONS: Match column A with column B.

A
1. It is a gas that plants and animals need to live.
2. A process in water cycle wherein water goes up.
3. A process in water cycle wherein water forms clouds.
4. Tables and chairs are____________.
5. Things that are alive, grow and change.
6. It is a living thing that cannot move around on its
own
7. Liquid that plants and animals need to live.
8. A big ball of hot gas that shines light on Earth.
9. Sometimes called dirt, clay or sand.
10.A process in water cycle wherein water goes down.
II.

B.

Air
Condensation
evaporation
living
non-living things
plant
precipitation
soil
sun
water

MULTIPLE CHOICE. DIRECTIONS: Write the word of your answer.

For Nos. 11, 12, 13 and14. Refer to the illustration.


11.The parts of a plant that hold in the ground. (flower
roots)

stem

leaf

12. The part of a plant that use sunlight, air and water to make food for the plant. .
(flower
stem
leaf
roots)
13. The part of a plant that holds it up. (flower

stem

leaf

roots)

14. The part of a plant that makes the fruit. (flower


15. It makes a plant. (fruit

seed

stem

nutrients

16. The top layer of the Earths surface. (fruit

seed

roots)

soil)
seed

17. Materials that living things need ______. (fruit


soil)
18. It holds the seeds. (fruit

leaf

nutrients
seed

nutrients

soil)

nutrients

soil)

19. Green leaves use energy from_______________ to make food. (air


sunlight
water
air, water and sunlight)
20. Green leaves take in air and energy from _______.(air
water
air, water and sunlight)

sunlight

21. A type of animals that are warm blooded. (amphibians


mammals)

reptiles

birds

22. A type of animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs on land. (amphibians
reptiles
birds
mammals)
23. A type of animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs in the water. (amphibians
reptiles
birds
mammals)
24. A type of animals that have feathers, wings, a bill, two legs and lay eggs.
(amphibians
reptiles
birds
mammals)
25. A type of animals that have fins, scales or bony plates and live in water.
(amphibians
reptiles
birds
mammals)
26. Soil is composed of how many rock particles? (45%
5%)
27. Soil is composed of how many leaves? (45%
28. It acts like a sponge underground. (leaf

15%

15%
soil

25%

25%
root

5%)
stem)

29. It acts like a straw to carry the nutrients. (leaf


30. It acts like a sunglasses. (leaf

soil

root

soil

root

stem)

31. The following animals lays eggs EXCEPT_____.(butterfly


chicken
frog)
32. It is a process of making food for plant. (life cycle
metamorphosis
none of these)

stem)

dolphin

photosynthesis

33. A stage of a butterfly life cycle in which it has a different shape and hanging by
a silken thread, (eggs
caterpillar
butterfly
chrysalis)
34. A stage of a butterfly life cycle in which it crawls and munches leaf. (eggs
caterpillar
butterfly
chrysalis)
35. Which of the following is correct?
chemical energy + carbon dioxide = sugar
chemical energy + carbon dioxide = light
water + light = sugar
water + carbon dioxide = light

III.

SEQUENCING.
For numbers 36-39. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the correct order of the butterfly life
cycle. Number it from 1-4.

_____

_____

_____

_____

For numbers 41-43. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the correct order of chicken life
cycle. Number it from 1-3.

_____

_____

_____

For numbers 44-46. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the correct order of frog life cycle.
Number it from 1-4.

_____

_____

_____

_____

For numbers 47-50. DIRECTIONS: Arrange the correct order of the four stages of
animals. Number it from 1-4.
_____ They grow up.
_____ They die.
_____ They have babies.
_____ Animals are born either alive from their mother or hatched from eggs.

2nd Monthly (July) Exam in Science 1


NAME: ____________________________________________________

MATCHING. DIRECTIONS: Match column A with column B


A.
1. These are young plants and animals.
2. It means is to get some things from ones parents.
3. It means is being in the first or early stage of life or
growth.
4. These are a father or a mother.
5. It means that things are the same manner or form.
6. It means it is not alike.
7. It is everything around a living thing like air, sunlight,
water and soil.
8. It means is to make the form different.
9. It is a brightly colored part of a plant.
10. A seedling or small vegetable growth.
A.
11. It is something that is huge.
12. It is something that is tiny.
13. It means is to increase.
14. It is the way a living thing grows and changes.
15. It is an outline of an object.

B.
a. alike
b. change
c. different
d. environment
e. flower
f. inherit
g. offspring
h. parents
i. plant
j. young

B.
a. big
b. grow
c. life cycle
d. shape
e. small

MULTIPLE CHOICE. DIRECTIONS: Write the complete word.


For numbers 16-18 refer to the illustration below.

A
B
16. Flower A is _________. a. small
17. Flower B is _________. a. small
18. Flower C is _________. a.small

C
b. medium
b. medium
b. medium

c. large
c. large
c. large

For numbers 19-21 refer to the illustration below.

A
19. Cat A is ________. a. small
20. Cat B is ________. a. small
21. Cat C is ________. a. small

C
b. medium
b. medium
b. medium

c. large
c. large
c. large

For numbers 22-23 refer to the illustration below.

A
B
22. Person A is _________. a. long

b. short

c. same length with B

23. Person B is _________. a. long b. short


c. same length with A
For numbers 24-25 refer to the illustration below.
A
B
24. Pencil A is _______. a. long.
25. Pencil B is _______. a. long.

b. short.
b. short.

c. the same length with B.


c. the same length with A.

DIRCETIONS: Write whether the following animals is a mammal, insect or


amphibian.
____________ 26. monkey
____________ 31. Salamander
____________ 27. Mouse
____________ 32. bees
____________ 28. Frog
____________ 33. lion
____________ 29. Butterfly
____________ 34. grasshopper
____________ 30. Elephant
____________ 35. Pig
DIRECTIONS: Write the word YES if the statement is correct and NO if not.

_____ 36. An egg is the roundish reproductive body produced by the female of a
certain animals.
_____ 37. A tadpole is the second stage of a frogs life cycle.
_____ 38. A young frog is a tailless, stout bodied amphibian.
_____ 39. Adult frog have tails.
_____ 40. An amphibian is an animal that lives part of its life in water and part on
land.
_____ 41. A snake is a mammal.
_____ 42. A mammal is an animal that usually has hair or fur on its body.
_____ 43. Insects are any animals of the class insecta having the body divided into
three parts.
_____ 44. A butterfly is an insect with five stage in its life cycle.
_____ 45. A butterfly larva is called a caterpillar.
Completion
DIRECTIONS: Fill in what is missing in the cycle.

stage #
2

46. stage #
_____
47.
___________
49. stage #
______
50. ____________

butterfly eggs
1st Quarter Examination in Science 1

48. stage #
4
______
chrysalis

NAME: ____________________________________________________
MATCHING. DIRECTIONS: Match column A with column B.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

This is the process in water cycle wherein water goes up.


This is the process in water cycle wherein water goes down.
This is the process in water cycle wherein water forms clouds.
These are things that are alive, grow and change.
These are things that are not alive.

Condensation
Evaporation
Living things
Non-living things
Precipitation

6. A stage of a butterfly life cycle in which it crawls and munch


leaf.
7. It is the first stage of a butterfly life cycle
8. A stage of a butterfly life cycle in which it has a different shape
and hanging by a silken thread.
9. It is the last stage of the butterfly life cycle.
or structure of some animals or insects.

butterfly
caterpillar
chrysalis
egg
metamorphosis

11.The part of a plant that makes a fruit.


12.The part of a plant that holds it up.
13.The part of a plant that hold the plant in the ground.
14.The part of a plant that use sunlight, air and water to make
food for the plant.
15.The part of a plant that has seeds in it.

Flower
Fruit
Leaf
Roots
Stem

16.It means the things are in the same manner or form.


17.It means is not alike.
18.It means is to make the form different.
19.It means is to get some things from ones parents.
20.These are young plants and animals.

Change
Different
Inherit
Offspring
Alike

21.It means is being the first or early stage of life growth.


22.These are a father or a mother.
23.It is everything around a living thing like air, sunlight, water
and soil.
24.It is a brightly colored part of a plant.
25.A seedling or small vegetable growth.

environment
flower
parents
plant
young

MULTIPLE CHOICE. DIRECTIONS: Write the word/s to complete the


statement.
26.It is a gas that plants and animals need to live.
a air
b. soil
c. water
27.It is the liquid that plants and animals need to live.
a
air
b. soil
c. water
28.It is sometimes called dirt, clay or sand.

a air
b. soil
c. water
29.It is a big ball of hot gas that shines on Earth.
a. soil
b. sun
c. water
30.These are animals that are warm blooded.
a amphibians b. birds
c. mammals
31.These are animals that have feathers, wings, a bill, two legs and lay eggs.
a amphibians
b. birds
c. mammals
32.These are animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs on land.
a amphibians
b. birds
c. reptiles
33.These are animals that are cold blooded and lay eggs in the water.
a amphibians
b. birds
c. reptiles
34.Penguins belong to __________.
a birds
b. mammals c. reptiles
35.Turtle belongs to ___________.
a birds
b. mammals c. reptiles
36.Elephant belongs to ___________.
a birds
b. mammals c. reptiles
37.These are animals that most of them do not lay eggs.
a B. c.
38.These animals have fins, scales or bony plates and live in water.
a fish
b. mammals c. reptiles
39.Sharks belong to ___________.
a fish
b. mammals c. reptiles
40.Dolphins belong to ___________.
a fish
b. mammals c. reptiles

41.Monkey belongs to _______________.


a amphibians
b. mammals c. fish
42.Frog belongs to _____________.
a amphibians
b. mammals c. fish
43.Goldfish belongs to ____________.
a amphibians
b. mammals c. fish
44.Snakes belongs to ______________.
a birds
b. fish
c. reptiles
45.Ostrich belongs to ______________.

a birds
b. fish
c. reptiles
46.A seedling or a small vegetable growth.
a flower
b. plant
c. seed
47.These are brightly colored part of a plant.
a flower
b. plant
c. seed
48.These are sometimes protected with a coating to keep the worms and other
underground pests from eating it.
a flower
b. plant
c. seed
49.It is the portion of the Earths surface.
a environment
b. soil
c. sunlight
50.It is everything around a living thing like air and water.
a environment
b. soil
c. sunlight
IDENTIFICATION . DIRECTIONS: ENCIRCLE the living things and BOX
the non-living things.

For Numbers 51-64


DIRECTIONS: What do plants need? Put a check on it.

For numbers 65-68


DIRECTIONS: How does a frog grow? Number it from 1-4.

____
____
____
_____
For numbers 69-72
DIRECTIONS: How does a butterfly grow? Number it from 1-4.

____
___
____
____
For numbers 73-75
DIRECTIONS: How does a chicken grow? Number it from 1-3.

______
_____
_____
For numbers 76-78
DIRECTIONS: Encircle the things that are alike.

For number 79
DIRECTIONS: Encircle the things that is different.

For number 80
DIRECTIONS: Put in a box that shows photosynthesis.

For numbers 81-85


DIRECTIONS: Which are big? Color it blue. Which are small? Color it
yellow.

For numbers 86-90

DIRECTIONS: Which are long? Color it green. Which are small? Color
it orange.

SEPTEMBER MONTHLY TEST GRADE 1 SCIENCE


Identify the frog life cycle. Write the complete word/s.

Multiple choice. Write the word/s to complete the statement.


1. Which of these is not one of the life stage of a frog.
(egg
fish
tadpole)
2. True or False: Frogs start as eggs. (True
False)
3. The tadpole lives
a) In the water
b) On the land
c) Under the mother frog
4. True or False: Frogs are amphibians? (True
False)
5. Which of these images displays the tadpole?

6. Frogs are classified as? (


Mammals
Amphibians
Reptiles)
7. What are frog eggs also known as? (
Frog-spawn
Froglets
Tadpoles)

8. Select the correct order for a frog's life cycle ?


Eggs, tadpole, froglet, frog
Froglet, eggs, frog, tadpole
Eggs, froglet, tadpole, frog
9. What do tadpoles consist of ?
Legs and gills
Lungs and tails
Tails and gills
10. Where do amphibians live ?
Land only
Part land and part water
Only water
11. What is the difference between a froglet and a frog ?
A froglet has no legs and a frog does
A froglet lives on land and a frog lives in the water
A froglet has a tail and a frog does not
12. The frog-spawn stage is like? (water
jelly
yoghurt)
13. How do tadpoles breathe ? (gills,
lungs
mouth)
14. How do froglets and frogs breathe ? (gills
lungs
mouth)
15. What do tadpoles feed on ?
Insects and plants
Fish food
Egg yolk in their gut
16.
How many cervical(neck) vertebrae do mammals have?
(2
3
4
6
7)
17. The hair in mammals contains
18. True or false. There is no difference between the teeth of herbivores and
carnivores.
(true
false)
19. True or false. The skin of mammals includes epidermal and dermal layers.
(true
false)
20. True or False. Like reptiles, mammals have secondary and soft palates that
allow breathing and chewing at the same time.
21. Unlike reptiles, mammals have teeth that are (homodont
heterodont)
22. People are mammals (true
false)
23. which is mammal? (jellyfish
frog
crocodile
monkey)
24. Which are mammals? (ants
frogs
sea stars
humans)
25. Bats are mammals (true
false)

26. Marine mammals are mammals that live in the __________.


27. Mammals live on (mountains
oceans
land
all of the above)
28. Humans are (mammals)
29. The biggest mammal is a (whale
giraffe
elephant
cheetah)
30. A bat is the only mammal that flies. Mammals are (invertebrates
arthropods spiders vertebrates)
31. Vertebrates that can live on land or water and reproduce in water. (mammals
reptiles amphibians fish)
32. A sea turtles animal classification is (amphibian retile fish mammal)
33. Dogs, cats, and bears are an example of (fish mammals reptiles
amphibians)
34. A(n) ______ is an animal that has fur or hair (mammal
reptile
amphibian)
35. Animals that have dry skin covered by scales (amphibians reptiles birds
mammals)
36.All mammals have lungs and breath air. (true
false)
37.Which of these is not a kind of teeth that mammals possess? (molars
cuspids
canines
incisors)
38.All female mammals do not produce milk for their offspring. (true
false)
39.Hair in mammals is meant primarily for: (defense
sensation
insulation
coloration)
40.Mammals are not class of the larger group called vertebrates. (true
false)
41.Mammalia is the scientific name for the class of mammals.
42.About how many species of mammals are known to exist today? (20 000 25
000;
4 500-6 000;
1 500-2 000
40 000 45 0000)
43.Which is these is fastest mammal? (cheetah
ostrich
horse
deer)
44.Which is the worlds slowest mammal? (three-toed sloth
galapaogstortoise
banana slug
seahorse)
45.The distinctive characteristics of a marsupial mammal is that it has pouch that
carries babies. (true
false)

SECOND QUARTER TEST GRADE 1 SCIENCE


Name the frog cycle.

Name the parts of a plant.

Matching type. Write the word/s that complete the statement.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The same manner or form


any living things other than human beings
To make the form different
Not like
Everything around a living thing like air, sunlight, water,
and soil
6. A brightly colored part of a plant.
7. to get things from ones parents
8. Something that is big or huge
9. Opposite of short
10.Young plants and animals
11.A father or a mother
12.A seedling or small vegetable growth
13.Opposite of long
14.Can be small, medium, or large
15.Something that is tiny
16.The portion of the earths surface
17.The light from the sun
18. the first or early stage of life or growth

Alike
Animals
Change
Different
environment

flowers
Inherit
Large
Long
Offspring
Parents
Plant
short
Sizes
Small
Soil
Sunlight
Young

Write each animal name under its correct family.


(fox toothed whale dolphin baleen whale
golden jackal domestic dog
sea otter)
Dog family

coyote

blue whale

Water mammals

Identify by writing the word/s that best complete the sentence.

wolf

(Offspring, Plant, Animals, Inherit, Young, Parents, Alike,


Different, environment, Sunlight, Soil, Change, flowers, Large,
Small, Sizes, Long, short)
1. _______ look like their parents in some ways.
2. _____ need sunlight to grow.
3. Young _____ can look like their parents.
4. Young rabbits _____ long ears, large eyes, and short tails from their parents.
5. A _____ deer does not have antlers.
6. Young animals are usually like their _____ in color and shape.
7. Offspring from the same parent normally took _____ in color and size.
8. Offspring from the same mother can look _____.
9. The _____ includes air, sunlight, water, and soil.
10.The amount of ______ can change the way a plant looks and grows.
11._____ helps plants grow.
12.A caterpillar _____to a butterfly.
13._____ com in many colors.
14.Some plant can be very _____ in size.
15.Some plants are _____ in size.
16.Some plants have _____ stems.
17.Some plants are _____.
Choose and write the characteristics of water mammals.
18.Breath air
good swimmer
four stomachs
unbranched horns
have flippers or fins
narrow heads

19.Nose called trunk

________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_

streamlined bodies
layer of fat
concave backs
breathe through lungs
convex backs

10. Four stomachs


good swimmers
muscles for storing oxygen
covered tip toe
striped horse
can transfer blood to important
organs

11. breath air


layer of fat
varied heads
thin bodies
Streamlined bodies
Sharp teeth

________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_
________________________________
_

Complete each statement by the word/s.


12. The largest animal in the world is (elephant polar bear brown bear blue
whale)
13.Blue whale is a (reptile mammal fish amphibian)
14.Seals swim with the help of (their body
tail
flippers hands)
15.Water mammals are (cunning hunters good swimmer good flyer
fast
jumpers)
16._____ is a water mammal. (blue whale octopus Tuttle
jelly fish)

17.The lightest species of mammals is _____ (bat tiger Etruscan shrew


goat)
18.Mammals that lay eggs are _____ (bat and koala cow and goat platypus
and spiny anteater dolphin and otter)
19.The hunting of whales is called _____ (mailing whaling bailing sailing)
20.Whales are hunted for (flippers eyes blowhole meat and oil)
21.A walrus can be found (in both North and South Pole only in North Pole
Only on south Pole in tropics)
22._____ is a water mammal. (shark jelly fish squid dolphin)
23.Seals swim with the help of _____ (flippers tail hands their body)
NOVEMBERMONTHLY TEST GRADE 1 SCIENCE
Multiple choice. Write the word/s to complete the statement.
1. How many legs does an insect have? (2 4 6 8)
2. How many body parts does an insect have? (3 2 4 1)
3. Which one is an insect? (cat butterfly earthworm dog)
4. Which one is an insect? (ant cow spider snake)
5. Which one is an insect? (minnow wasp tarantula whale)
6. Which one is an insect? (ladybug lobster sparrow blue jay)
7. Which one is an insect? (kangaroo grasshopper toad frog)
8. Which one is an insect?(parrot dolphin toucan beetle)
9. Is a butterfly an insect? (no yes)
10. Which is a body part of an insect? (finger head neck toe)
11. Which is a body part of an insect? (land liver heart thorax)
12. Which is a body part of an insect? (apple
abdomen apricot alligator)
13. Which is the 1st stage in a butterfly's life cycle?
adult butterfly
egg
pupa
larva
14. What is another word we use for caterpillar?
Pupa
snail
worm
larva
15. Which is the 2nd stage in a butterfly's life cycle?
Pupa
larva
adult butterfly
chrysalis
16. Which is the 3rd stage in a butterfly's life cycle?
Egg
adult butterfly
pupa
larva
17. What is another word we use for pupa?
Egg
chrysalis
larva
purple
18. Which is the 4th stage in a butterfly's life cycle?
Larva
adult butterfly
egg
chrysalis
19. What is the word that means changes an animal goes through as it grows up?

Chrysalis
metamorphosis
egg
proboscis
20. What is the name of the body part that is like a straw and a butterfly uses it to
suck up nectar from a flower?
Egg
chrysalis
proboscis
larva

21.How many legs do all insects have? (2 6 3)


22.The legs are attached to what part of an insect? (head abdomen thorax)
23.The wings are attached to what part of an insect? (head abdomen thorax)
24.How many main body sections do all insects have? (2 6 3)
25.Antennae or feelers are found on what part of an insect? (head abdomen
thorax)
26.Where is the thorax of an insect located? (behind the head behind the abdomen)
27. Which of the three main body sections is usually the largest? (head abdomen
thorax)
28.What kind of skeleton do insects have? (soft hard)
29.Where are the skeletons of insects located? (inside the body outside the body)
30.What is the skeleton of an insect called? (intoskeleton exoskeleton)
31.What is an insect's skeleton made of? (chitin bones)
32.In how many ways are insects alike? (two six three)
Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct word from the word bank.
(8
eat
widow

insects
hardens

millions
webs)

abdomen

Antarctica silk

black

1. Female spiders wrap their eggs with ____________________.


2. A spider has ____________________ simple eyes.
3. Spiders have been on Earth for hundreds of ____________________ of years.
4. Spiders are found everywhere except ____________________.
5. The spider uses the silk for traps, nests, as a wrapping, as a dragline, and also as
____________________.
6. A spider has two body parts, the head/thorax and the ____________________.
7. Two spiders to watch out for are the brown recluse and the
____________________.
8. The major role of the spider is to ____________________.
9. A spider has ____________________ spinnerets.

10. As the liquid shoots out of the spinnerets and is exposed to the air, it

Multiple choice. Write the word/s to complete the statement.


11. Insects are: a) Vertebrates b) Invertebrates c) Animals w/Backbone d) None
12. Which of the following arthropods can fly:
a) Arachnids b) Crustaceans c) Insects d) Myriopoda
13. Insects DO NOT have:
a) 3 body segments b) Fangs c) Antennae d) 6 legs
14. Which of the following is not an insect:
a) Dragonfly b) Beetle c) Moth d) Spider
15. Which insect protects itself by stinging:
a) Fly b) Hornet c) Beetle d) Grasshopper
16. What are the three parts of an insects body?
a) Head, abdomen, tail b) Head, wing, tail
c) Body, wings, legs
d) Head, thorax, abdomen
17. Most insects hear, smell, and taste using which segment of their body?
a) Thorax b) Head c) Abdomen d) Antennae
18. Name the strong lightweight covering that insects have:
a) Endoskeleton b) Exoskeleton c) Armor d) Shell
19. A person who studies insects is an:
a) Entomologist b) Paleontologist c) Arachnologist d) Insectologist
20. The series of stages an insect goes through as it changes from egg to adult is
called:
a) Chitin b) Metamorphosis c) Molting d) Nymph
21. Insects breathe through:
a) Mouth b) Skin c) Spiracles d) Oral cavity
22. Insects have special mouth parts allowing them to:
a) Chew b) Suck d) Pierce d) All
23. Insects are so successful because of their:
a) Flying ability b) Small size c) Exoskeleton d) All
24. The butterfly starts out as a what? (a caterpillar an egg a worm in
achrysalis)
25
. Another name for a caterpillar is (a worm

a larva

a pupa)

26.

4.

In the stage of the butterfly's life, it likes to eat milkweed leaves.


First
Second
Third
Last
Pupas are often camouflaged to
Look pretty on a tree
Match the color of the larva
To hide from predators

5.

There are how many stages in the lifecycle of a butterfly's life?


10
7
5
4

6.

The lifecycle of a butterfly's life can also be called what?


A changing experience
A long process
A metamorphosis

7.

What emerges from the chrysalis? (a worm

8.

What does the caterpillar attach itself to? (a leaf

9.

The egg hatches into a what? (a butterfly

10.

This is the first stage of a butterfly's life cycle after hatching from an egg.
Larva
Egg
Adult butterfly
Pupa

an egg

a butterfly

a larva)

a rock a branch)

a chrysalis

a larva

a worm)

11. What is it called when a trait is passed on from parents to their young?
Inherited
Camouflage
Mimicry
Trait
12. During hibernation an animal does what?
Flies south for the winter
Changes color to match the environment
Slow's down its body systems to save energy
Acts like other animals to scare off predators

13.
This is a picture of the stage of a butterfly's life cycle where it has
a hard covering. What is this called? (egg adult butterfly larva pupa)
14. What do we call it when animals move from one place to another as the
seasons change? (hibernation migration camouflage mimicry)
15. What is a trait that helps animals meet their needs, to survive?
Inherited
Trait
Adaptation
Instinct

16.
Migration
17.

This picture is an example of what?


Hibernation
Adaptation
A life cycle

All animals have the same stages in their life cycles. (true

false)

18. The first stage of a frog's life cycle and a butterfly's life cycle is what?
20. When a harmless animal looks like a poisonous one, it is called camouflage.
(true false)
21. An instinct is a behavior that an animal is born knowing how to do. (true
false)
22. ________ are features of animals, like fish's gills or scales. (traits
camouflage hibernation)
23.

Cats and dogs are vertebrates because


They walk on four legs.
They have a backbone.
They have tails.
They are furry.

24.

A fossil tells us that life existed in the past. (true

25.

When tree sap hardens we call this (amber

gem

instrict

false)
bones

extinct)

26. An __________ animal is no longer living. (vertebrate mammal


invertebrate)

extinct

27. Fossils show that Earth has _____ over time. (stayed the same
grown shrunk)
28.

Put the life cycle of a frog in the correct order.


Adult frog, tadpole, egg, tadpole with legs, froglet
Tadpole with legs, tadpole, egg, froglet, adult frog
Egg, tadpole, froglet, tadpole with legs, adult frog
Egg, tadpole, tadpole with legs, froglet, adult frog

29.

Why do animals migrate?


To move to warmer climates. For more available food.
Because it is an instinct.
All of the above.

THIRD QUARTER TEST GRADE 1 SCIENCE


1. What do mammals feed their babies from their mothers?
chocolate
bread

milk
grass

2. What are Fishes covered with?


hair
feather
scales
bones
3. Some Amphibians have ....
moist skin
hair
scales
feather
4. Animals that have backbones are called .....
invertebrates
vertebrates
fish
birds
5. All Reptiles ...
are warm-blooded
lay eggs
have feathers
are scientists
6. What are cold-blooded animals? .....
Animals that get heat from what they eat.
Animals that get heat from their surrounding.
Animals that eat a lot of ice.
Animals that live on the land.

changed

7. What helps the reptiles to hold the moisture in and keep the animal from
becoming dried out?
Their gills
Their lungs
Their thick skin with scales
8. All Birds .....

Their feathers

Breathe with gills


Have feathers
Are mammals
Have hair
9. What do mammals use to breathe with?
Gills

Skin

Lungs
Warm blood
10. Scientists who study animals are called ..... )
Ecologists

Animalists

Zoologists

Environmentalists

11.

Animals that begin their life in water and live the rest of their life in land are
called ....

Mammals

Amphibians

Reptiles
Birds
12. What does Metamorphosis mean?
Study of animals
More of phosis
Change in weather
Change in form
13. Which of the following animals lay eggs?
People
Whales
Snakes
Tigers
14. Comparing or organizing things into groups is called .....
Individualizing
Classifying
Coming together
Metamorphosis

15.

People belong to what class of animals?


Reptiles
Amphibians
Birds
Mammals
16. What does invertebrate mean?
Animals without backbone
Animals with backbone
Animals that change in form Animals that lay eggs
17. Which class of animals DO NOT breathe with gills .....
Mammals
Fish
Amphibians
Cold-blooded
18. Where do most Mammals live?
Sea
Land
Sea and land
Sky
19. How do fishes breathe?
Through lungs
Through their skin
Through their gills
Through their feathers
20. Animals that make their own body heat are .....
Cold-blooded
White-blooded
Warm-blooded
Red-blooded
21. A Butterfly grows from egg to a caterpillar to a Cacoon and finally to a
beautiful Butterfly. This process of changes in form is called ...
Metamorphism
Zoology
Breathing
Getting heat from surroundings
22. Mammals are covered with .....
Sand
Hair
Water
Air
23. Which of the following belong to Mammals?
A. Humans/People
B. Birds
C. Lizards
D. Frogs
24. How do cold-blooded animals get the heat?
A. From their gills
B. By living in the sea
C. From the surroundings
D. By laying eggs
25. All Birds have hair.
A. True
B. False
26. What do warm-blooded animals do to make their body heat?
A. They eat food

B. They wear warm jackets


C. They breathe with gills
D. They lay eggs
27. Who are Zoologists?
A. Scientists who study animals
B. Scientists that study the environment
C. Reptiles
D. Amphibians
28. Which of the following animals are Mammals ...
Whale
Frog
Crow
Tiger
Walrus
Humans
Snakes
Alligators
Hippopotamus
29. Which of the following animals are invertebrates (do not have a
backbone) (choose the correct answer - bonus question - this is not graded)
Tiger
Humans
Snails
Fishes
30. Animals that have thick scales on the outsides are .....
Amphibians
Mammals
Reptiles
D. Birds
1. Frogs have ____ loop circulation, fish have ____ loop circulation.
single, double
double, single
atrial, ventricle
five, four
2. Hagfish and lamprey are similar in that they both:
have boney skeletons
do not have jaws
live in fresh or sea water are lobe-finned
3. Which of the following pairs is most closely related?
sharks and salmon
salmon and catfish
stingrays and lampreys hagfish and lungfish
4. Blood leaves the atrium of the fish and goes to the:
Gills
ventricle
Body
cloaca
5. The lateral line system is responsible for:
detecting vibrations
spawning
maintaining homeostasis
bouyancy

6. Sharks sink to the bottom when not swimming because:


their skeletons are very heavy
they have no anal fin
they have no operculum
they have no swim bladder
7. Which of the following pairs is most closely related:
frogs and salamanders
frogs and catfish
frogs and toads
frogs and caecilians
8. The process by which a tadpole becomes a frog is called:
Spawning
metamorphosis
Homeostasis
double loop circulation
9. Tadpoles are different from frogs in that:
they breathe using gills
they are herbivores
they have a two-chambered heart
all of these
10. Which fin is responsible for a fish's forward movement?
Caudal
pectoral
Pelvic
dorsal

11. Scientists group animals by similar characteristics. Now you try grouping these
vertebrates! Write each animal in the category where it belongs.
Lion Pelican
frog Vulture
Birds

Snake
Salamander Penguin
Rhinoceros Alligator
Toad
Reptiles

Mammals

Money

Turtle

Amphibians

12. A grasshopper is an
. (amphibian insect egg)
13. What 3 things do living things need?
soil, water, air
air, land, water
air, food, water
14. A predator is an animal that
.
hunts animals
goes swimming
eats ice cream
lays eggs
15. What do fishes use to swim?

legs
hands and feet
fins and tails
face
16. What answer lists the correct life-cycle of frogs and toads in order?
froglet, egg, tadpole, adult frog
tadpole, adult frog, egg, froglet
egg, tadpole, froglet, adult frog
adult frog, tadpole, froglet, egg
17. Which animals eat meat?
rabbit, cow and bee
lion, eagle and fox
lizard, butterfly and mosquito
18. A whale and dolphin are both
.
reptiles
birds
mammals
fish

19. Missing words.


Inverte
brate
Amphib
ians
Cold

Verteb
rate
Insect
s
Birds

Four

Five

Birds

Fish

Reptil
es
Lungs

Mam
mals
Warm

Mollus
ks
Exoske
leton

Octop
us
Reptil
es

Squid

Gils

Arthro
pods

SeaStarfis worm
urchin h

a) An animal that has a backbone is called a _________ and an animal without


a backbone is called an _____.
b) There are _____ main groups of vertebrates and _____ main groups of
invertebrates.
c) The five main groups of vertebrates are:__________
d) _____ like ants and bees are invertebrates.
e) Slugs and snails are _____ that live on land and _____ and cuttlefish are
mollusks that live in the sea.
f) Mammals breathe using _____ an dgfish breathe using _____.
g) Most reptiles and fish are _____-blooded.

h) Mammals are birds are _____ -blooded


i) _____ and _____ lay eggs. All invertebrates lay eggs.
j) Scorpions, spiders,crabs, and insectsare called _____ because they have hard
bodies called an _____ and jointed legs.
k) Animals like the _____ and ______ are called echinoderms.
l) _____ are annelids because they have segmented bodies covered in bristels.

JANUARY MONTHLY EXAM - GRADE 1


Identification. Directions: Identify what is being ask in the sentence. Choose your
answer from the word pool. Write in complete word/s.
a. attract
f. pole

b. force
g. repel

c. gravity
h. strong

d. machine
i. technology

_____1. It is a push or a pull that makes something move.


_____2. A force that pulls things toward he ground
_____3. Use scientific knowledge to solve problems.
_____4. A thing that can be held in hand.
_____5. A thing used in the performance of some kind of work.
_____6. It shows great power
_____7. It means to pull toward
_____8. It means to push away
_____9. An object that attracts some kinds of metal.
_____10. It is located at the end of some magnets.

e. magnet
j. tool

True or False. Directions: Write T if the statement is True and F if the statement is
false. Write your answer on the space provided before each number.
_____11. Gravity is a force that pull things away the ground.
_____12. Speed tells how quickly or slowly something moves.
_____13. Move is to pass from one place to another.
_____14. Tools and machines help us do things we can not do alone.
_____15. Snail moves fast.
_____16. Airplane moves slow.
_____17. A magnet can pull or an object made of iron without touching it.
_____18. The penny have iron in it.
_____19. N stands for north pole.
_____20. S stands for south pole
_____21. A magnet has one pole
_____22. The magnet pulls more on an object when it is close to the object
_____23. All things can move and down only
_____24. Different poles attract each other
_____25. Some poles repel each other
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Directions: Write the word/s to complete the statement.
26. What will happen if you pull the bottom blocks
the blocks will remain on its position
the block will crash
27. When a child pushes a car with a lot of force. The car will move________.
quickly
slowly
28. When a child pushes a car with less force. The car will move__________
quickly
slowly
29. When you are pushing a box upward a hill, you will need __________ force
lot of
less
30. When you are pushing a box in a slippery floor, you will need ________force
lot of
less
31. Which of the following materials can be attracted by a magnet?
metal
plastic
32. Which of the following materials can be attracted by a magnet?
metal
plastic
33. A turtle moves ____________ fast
slowly
34. A cheetah moves _________ fast
slow
35. It is one kind of metal. iron
paper
36. It is simple machine that is used to push things apart. Wedge wheel and axle

37. It is a simple machine that is used to push things apart.


wedge
wheel and axle
38. It is a simple machine that can be used to lift something
lever
pulley
39. It is a simple machine that uses a wheel and rope to move things up and down.
lever
pulley
40. It is a simple machine that helps to move things up or down.
inclined plane
lever
41. It helps lift the nail from the board. inclined plane lever
42. It holds the wood board of the house together. pulley
screws
43. A shovel is an example of a ___________. machine
wedge
44. Scissor is an example of a ____________ machine
tools
45. A knife is an example of a ____________ machines
tools
Illustration. Direction: Draw the following tools:
scissor

Spatula
Ladle
Measuring cup
February Monthly Test Science 1

pail

Write the word that best complete each sentence.


1
2
3
4
5

A kite is moved by (water


gravity
wind)
A _____ attracts into objects (gravity magnet force)
Susan will use a _____ to make something move (force wind
water)
A ball rolls down a hill because of _____ (gravity
magnet wind)
What would be a good way to slow down on a bicycle?
Drag your feet along the ground
Ask someone to give you a push
Pedal faster
6 What would be a good way to speed up on a slide?
Hold onto the sides
Put your feet down
Wear slippery clothes
7 Which of these things could you change the shape of by pushing
A sandcastle
A metal toy car
A glass cup
8 Pusher and pulls are examples of
Force
Stretches
twists
9 When you push a toy car, it eventually stops. This is due to something called
Friction
Gravity
Twisting
10 With the same push, would a heavy car travel further or less far than a light car?
Further
Less far
Theyd both travel the same distance
11 On which track would a sledge move the fastest?

A flat track
A gently sloping track
A steeply sloping track
12 What else might affect the speed of a sledge on a track?
The colour of the track
The surface of the track
The name of the track
13 What is the best description of what forces do?
They stop things moving
They start things moving
They make things speed up, slow down or change direction or shape
14 What is the force called that make things all when we drop them?
Friction
Gravity
stretching
15 When you pick up a bag of shopping, are you using a push or a pull?
A push
A pull
neither

16 When you squeeze a sponge dry, are you using a push or a pull?
A push
A pull
neither
17 Do the keys on a piano need to push or pull to make a sound?
A push
A pull
neither
18 When you drag along a toy cart by a string, are you using a push or a pull?
A push
A pull
neither
19 Which of these activities uses a twist?
Ringing a doorbell
Kicking a football
Winding up a clockwork toy
20 What could you make move by blowing
A box of books
A lorry
A toy windmill
21 Which moves the fastest?
A child walking
A child cycling
A speeding car
22 Which moves the slowest?
A galloping horse
A crawling snail
A flying bird
23 How could you stop a toy car moving down a slope?
Give it a push
Put something in its path
Its impossible to stop
24 Why would it be dangerous to try to stop a real car?
Because a real car is heavy and would knock you over
Because a real car has brakes
It wouldnt be dangerous
Supply the missing word to complete the statement. Choose from the list.

(motion, smooth,
machines, tools)

force,

gravity,

attracts,

moves,

repel,

strong,

1.The magnet _____ tiny pieces of metal.


2. The two magnets _____ each other because they both the same poles.
3. the magnet _____ the nails.
4. The soccer players are _____ while playing this game.
5. The colorful balls are on the floor because of _____.
6. Tools and machines help us do things we can not do alone.
7. _____ are being used everyday by construction workers.
8. The hurricane is moving in full _____.
9. The driver needs to slow down the _____of the car.
10. The two turtle shells are _____ and shiny.
Matching type:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Can be placed in any position


To pull toward
At or toward the rear of
A push or a pull that makes something move
A force that makes a moving object slow down or stop
moving
6. A force that pulls things toward the center of earth
7. Of great weight
8. The part of side of anything that faces forward
9. Located on or near the side of a person. It is the
opposite of right
10.Is a thing used in the performance of some kind of work
11.The act of moving
12.To pass from one place or position to another
13.Anything that can be seen
14.A place or location
15.To draw or tug toward oneself or itself.
16.To press upon or against a thing with force in order to
move it away
17.To push away
18.Located on or near the side of a person. It is the

Attract
Behind
Force
Friction
Gravity

Heavy
In front of
Left
Machine

Motion
Move
Object
Position
Pull
Push
Repel

Right
Smooth

opposite of left.
19.Not rough
20.Is having, showing, or able to show great power

Strong
Tool

4th Quarter Test - Science 1


Supply the missing word to complete the statement. Choose from the list.
(friction, heavy, pulling, push, force, motion, right, left, position,
behind, in front of, object)
1. The snow is causing some _____ for the polar bear.
2. The yellow tractor is _____.
3. The boy is _____the rope.
4. The lady is going to _____ away from the object.
5. The _____ of the hurricane is changing.
6. The _____of the car is fast
7. The arrow is pointing to the _____ hand side.
8. People need to make a _____ when they see this traffic sign.
9. The _____ of the object is from left to right.
10. The pig is _____ the fence.
11. The family is __________ their home.
12. An _____ can be place in any position.
Write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if the statement is wrong.
1.
Matter is everywhere. It exists in different forms
2.
Matter has mass and occupies space.
3.
It may be round, square, triangular or rectangular.
4.
It may also come in different sizes. Some are bigger than others.
5.
Solid has definite size and shape.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Gas can be seen and touched.


Liquid has its own shape.
Mass is the amount of material an object has.
Matter has weight.
Gases can also flow.

Write SOLID,
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

LIQUID,

GAS.

Cap
Smoke from a vehicle.
Air freshener
Mango juice
Clock
Book
Scissors
Air inside the balloon
Tree
Softdrink

22. Identify what is being described. Write the word/s from the list. (sun,
sound, vibration, gas, noise, melting, freezing)
A. This kind of sound can harm our eardrums.
B. It is the change from solid to liquid.
C. Water is changed into this when frozen.
D. It is the back and forth movement of the surface of an object.
E. It is produced when an object vibrates.
F. It is the change from liquid to solid.
G. Water may change into this when heated long enough.
H. It is any sound that is unpleasant to hear.
I. It is the main source of energy on earth.
Describe the sound, write loud or soft.
23. fire truck
24.

Chirping bird

25.

Church's bell

26.

Ambulance

27.

Breezing air

Multiple choice. Write the word/s to complete the statement.


28. The speed of sound depends on the medium through which the waves are
passing. The speed of sound in gases depends on what?
Temperature
air
density
visibility
29.The mechanical vibrations that can be interpreted as sound are able to travel
through what? (liquid solid gas all of the above)
30.What is he matter called that supports the sound?
Plasma
medium
solid
none of the above

Matching type: Write the word/s to complete the statement.


1. objects that vibrate quickly
2. a tool used for producing musical sounds
3. The volume of sound
4. Objects that vibrate slowly
5. How high or low a sound is
6. The volume of sound
7. Made when an object vibrates
8. To move quickly back and forth
9. How loud or soft a sound is
10.A travelling wave which is an oscillation of pressure
transmitted through a solid, liquid, or gas, composed of
frequencies within the range of hearing and of a level
sufficiently strong to be heard, or the sensation
stimulated in organs of hearing by such vibrations.

high
instrument
loud
low
pitch
soft
sound
Vibrate
volume

Write the word/s to complete the statement. Choose your answer from the list.
(vibrate, sound, instrument, soft, loud, volume, pitch, high,
low)
1. The little boy can hear the sound when the can _____
2. You can hear all kinds of _____
3. This strings on this instrument will make sound.
4. The kitten makes _____ sounds while it purrs.
5. Fireworks make _____sounds.
6. I need to turn on the _____.
7. Drum can make a loud _____.
8. The high _____of the instrument made the girl cover up her ears.
9. During workshop, we need to keep a _____ noise level.

Write the correct word in the blank.


amplitude

sonic boom

pitch

echo

sound

sound wave

speed of sound

vibrate

volume

wavelength

1. __________ repeated vibrations that you can hear


2. __________ how a sound wave is measured
3. __________ moving pattern of high and low pressure
4. __________ distance between compressions in a sound wave
5. __________ move back and forth
6. __________ sound reflection
7. __________ how high or low a sound is
8. __________ the amount of sound energy that reaches your ear

9. __________ how fast sound moves through something


10.__________ compressed sound waves made when an object goes faster
than the speed of sound
Write.
1
2
3
4
5

Five (5) things that make sound.


Why can you hear someone who is in another room?
Why do we hear echoes?
Five (5) properties of sound
Explain why we can hear sound better in air than we can underwater.

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