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Science Student League

State Championship, Category 3


Marks: 100
Time: 1 Hr

(PLEASE USE CAPITAL/BLOCK LETTERS ONLY)

Name of the Student : ____________________________________________________


Class & Division : ____________________________________________________
Name & Place of the School : ____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Parent's Mobile No. : ______________________

E-mail : ____________________________________________________

Instructions:
 Please write your name and registration number very clearly.
 The students should keep the time schedule of the written rounds strictly
according to the directions of the teacher.
 Use pencil/ball point pen for answering.

FOR OFFICE USE ONLY


Written Round

 Unscramble ___________
___________
 Match the Following ___________
___________
 True or False ___________
___________

 Multiple choice Questions ___________


___________

 Missing Letters ___________


___________

Total = __________

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I. Unscramble the below-given words. [10 Marks]

1. Unscramble the word to find animals whose bodies are covered with feathers.
idrsb ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

2. Unscramble the word to find the name of an organ in your body.


dofoipep ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ___ ___ ____

3. Unscramble the word to find the name of the animals that have six legs
ntscies ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

4. Unscramble the word to find the name of an organ in your body.


atehr ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

5. Unscramble the word to find correct medical terms ofa person who specializes in the
treatment of children's diseases.
eptiaciriand ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ________ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

6. Unscramble the word to find the name of an organ in your body.


nidweipp ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

7. Unscramble the word to find medical terms of Place where blood is stored
ldobonbka ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ _____ ____ ____ ____

8. Unscramble the word to find the name of a soft thing usually kept in a first aid
box.
otoctn ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

9. Unscramble the word to find the name of a person who sells eye glasses.
pocitian ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

10. Unscramble the word to find the wordsrelated to textile industries.Process of changing
thread into cloth,
wivngae ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

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II. Match the following and write the answers in the blanks given below.
[10 Marks]
A.
Column I Column II
(a) Heart (1) Pull bones to allow movements
(b) Joint (2) Pump blood around the body
(c) Stomach (3) Help in breathing
(d) Muscles (4) Food get digested here
(e) Lungs (5 ) Where two bones meet
(a)____, (b)____, (c)____, (d)____, (e)____
B.
Column I Column II
(a) Length (1) Second (s)
(b) Weight (2) Metre (m)
(c) Volume (3) Degree ( )
(d) Temperature (4) Gram (g)
(e) Time (5) Litre (l)

(a)____, (b)____, (c)____, (d)____, (e)____

III. Multiple Choice Questions: Choose the correct answer. [Marks: 60]

1. Which of these is not an artificial 5. The moon is the ____________ of the


fabric? earth.
(a) Nylon (b) Terylene (a) star (b) planet
(c) Rayon (d) Silk (c) satellite (d) cloud

2. An elephant's elongated nose which 6. Which of the following animal has


it uses for smelling is called which scale on its body?
of the following? (a) Bear (b) Mosquito
(a) Tusk (b) Ears (c) Snake (d) Frog
(c) Tail (d) Trunk
7. The place where two bones join
3. Which of the following is the together is called a ____________
biggest organ in the human body? (a) skeleton (b) joint
(a) Liver (b) Brain (c) muscles (d) ribs
(c) Lungs (d) Kidney
8. Which is the fastest swimming
4. ____________ is the part of the arm. bird?
(a) Wrist (b) Calf (a) Crane (b) Duck
(c) Thigh (d) None of these (c) Penguin (d) Swan
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9. ____________ have long tusks like 17. What is the breeding of
elephants. silkworms called?
(a) Rhinoceros (a) Agriculture (b) Poultry
(b) Walruses (c) Sericulture (d) Farming
(c) Hippopotamus
(d) None of these 18. Which of these converts x-rays
into 3-D pictures?
10. The point at which a liquid (a) Stethoscope
becomes solid is called ____________ (b) X-ray machine
(a) Freezing point (b) Melting point (c) Microscope
(d) CT scanner
(c) Boiling point (d) Condensation point
19. Which part of the duck helps it to
11. Which of the following defines
swim in water?
matter?
(a) Feathers (b) Wings
(a) Anything without mass
(c) Webbed feet (d) Fins
(b) Anything with mass that takes
up space
20. India celebrates Van Mahotsav
(c) Anything with mass but that
every year in the month of
doesn't take up space
___________, in which lakhs of trees
(d) Anything without mass that
are planted across the country.
doesn't take up space
(a) June (b) July
(c) August (d) September
12. A professional person who is
trained in the care, treatment and 21. The Aeroplane was invented by
repair of the teeth. ____________
(a)Podiatrist (b) Cardiologist (a) Wilbur and Orville Wright
(c) Dentist (d) Haemotologist (b) Richard Feynman
(c) Alexander Graham Bell
13. How many teeth does an adult have? (d) Wemher Von Braun
(a) 20 (b) 28
22. Who was the first person to set
(c) 32 (d) 30 foot on the moon?
(a) Edwin Aldrin
14. The bones in the spine are called: (b) Charles Conrad
(a) Cartilage (b) Little bones (c) Neil Armstrong
(c) Ribs (d) Vertebrae (d) John Young

15. Which is the cheapest mean of 23. Where do you get to see the
‘road trains’?
transportation?
(a) Australia (b) India
(a) Train (b) Bicycle (c) Afghanistan (d) Nepal
(c) Bus (d) Cab
24. Which of these organs sends
16. Tankers carry ____________ messages of taste to the brain?
(a) luggage (b) stones (a) Ears (b) Nose
(c) liquids (d) concrete (c) Heart (d) Tongue

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25. In what way do mammals differ 33. When the moon is like a curve, it
from other animals? is called ____________
(a) They lay eggs (a) Half moon (b) Full moon
(b) They have milk glands (c) New moon (d) Crescent moon
(c) They have horns
(d) They can fly 34. One important source of Vitamin D
is ____________
26. How can we see our bones? (a) moonlight (b) sunlight
(a) In x-rays (c) soil (d) tree
(b) In a television
(c) In a microscope 35. What do we use to measure the
(d) In a kaleidoscope temperature?
(a) Microscope (b) Barometer
27. The place where ships are built or (c) Telescope (d) Thermometer
repaired is called?
(a) Yard (b) Port 36. All of the following are examples
(c) Harbor (d) Dock of precipitation except:
(a) Hail (b) Rain
28. What should you do if there is an (c) Lightning (d) Snow
earthquake?
(a) Go out in the open 37. What is a set of false teeth called?
(b) Jump from the house (a) Tooth set (b) Denture
(c) Run towards the terrace (c) Dentist (d) Decay
(d) Stay inside the house
38. What happens to water vapour as
29. Which of the following will it moves upward in the air?
absorb the most water? (a) It becomes hot
(a) Waxed paper (b) It evaporates
(b) Writing paper (c) It forms clouds
(c) Paper towel (d) It takes a solid form
(d) Aluminium foil
39. Raw materials supplied by earth
30. Gold is obtained from ____________ or nature that are necessary or useful
(a) earth (b) plants to people are called _____________
(c) animals (d) gold factories (a) human resources
(b) natural resources
31. Who invented the electric light (c) soil layers
bulb? (d) conservation resources
(a) Graham Bell
(b) Galileo Galilei 40. Which of the following is not one
(c) Thomas Edison of the uses of coal?
(d) Isaac Newton (a) Fuelling energy in homes
(b) Running trains and engines
32. The ____________ is the largest (c) Producing electricity
snake in the world. (d) Making paper
(a) Rattle snake
(b) Green anaconda
(c) Cobra
(d) Python
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41. Which of these birds is not 49. The parking place for ships is
nocturnal? called __________
(a) Owl (b) Bat (a) Station (b) Stop
(c) Cat (d) Sparrow (c) Port (d) Stand

42. ____________ are also known as swine. 50. One of the benefits of recycling is
(a) Chickens (b) Donkeys that it ____________
(a) makes more trash
(c) Pigs (d) Crows
(b) makes more pollution
(c) saves natural resources
43. The boat system is also called the
(d) wastes natural resources
___________
(a) Railways
51. What is the movement of people and
(b) Marculine system
goods from one place to another
(c) Ferry system
place called?
(d) Barter system
(a) Occupation
(b) Communication
44. Which part of a giraffe helps it to
(c) Transportation
reach its food?
(d) Hibernation
(a) Legs (b) Neck
(c) Mouth (d) Tail
52. Which of the following takes the
shape of the container it is put in?
45. The longest bone in the human body. (a) Crayons in a box
(a) Shin bone (b) Thigh bone (b) Pencils on the desk
(c) Arm bone (d) Back bone (c) Ice cubes
(d) Milk in a carton
46. _________ is considered the father of
observational astronomy. 53. Which of the following is not a part
(a) Neil Armstrong of the respiratory system?
(b) Galileo Galilei (a) Mouth (b) Nose
(c) Isaac Newton (c) Windpipe (d) Lungs
(d) Karl Benz
54. Natural resources that cannot be
47. What is considered the turning point reproduced are called ____________
in transportation? (a) Renewable resources
(a) Discovery of metal (b) Non-renewable resources
(b) Invention of car (c) Unnatural resources
(c) Invention of wheel (d) Artificial resources
(d) Invention of brakes
55. When should we practice safety
48. DDT is __________ rules?
(a) a fertilizer (a) In school
(b) an insecticide (b) While crossing a road
(c) a machine (c) While playing
(d) a plant (d) At all times

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56. How many bones are there in a grown 59. Contamination of air, soil, water
up person’s body? and environment is called
(a) 205 (b) 204 _____________
(c) 206 (d) 315 (a) Pollution
(b) Oil Spill
57. The ____________ runs on tracks. (c) Photosynthesis
(a) tram (b) train (d) Fertilization
(c) metro (d) All of these
60. The strip of land where planes
58. When the temperature of water falls take off and land in an airport is
below 0°C, it ____________ called ____________
(a) evaporates (b) melts (a) Tracks (b) Field
(c) freezes (d) shrinks (c) Highway (d) Runway

IV. Complete the given words by filling the missing letters. [10 Marks]

1. Fill in the missing letters using given hints. Food and drink are kept at a low
temperature in it
R___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

2. Fill in the missing letters to find the device on which you see your favourite
cartoon
T ___ ___ ___ ___ ____ ___ ____ ___ ____

3. Fill in the missing letters to find in which we wash our clothes in it.
W ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ______ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___

4. Fill in the missing letters to find the nutrients that make our bones strong.
C ___ ____ ___ ______ ___

5. Fill in the missing letters to find the knee and elbow joint.
H ___ ____ ___ ___

6. Fill in the missing letters to find a cylindrical part of the respiratory system.
W___ ___ ____ P ___ ___ ___

7. Fill in the missing letters to find the name of the different body system. It controls all
the functions of the body.
N ____ R ____ ________ ____ ____ S ____ ________ ____ ____

8. Find the missing letters to find an important part that produces urine.
K ____ ____ ____ ____ ____

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9. Fill in the missing letters to find the house made by the rabbit.
B ___ ___ R _______

10. Fill in the missing letters to find a device that gives light.
L ____ ________

V. Write True or False. [10 Marks]

1. Different parts of the body have differentwork to do. ____________

2. Cows and horses have hooves on their legs in place of fingers. ____________

3. People who do not eat meat, fish & egg arecalled non-vegetarian. ____________

4. All people wear the same kind of dresses all over the country. ____________

5. Astronauts are the ones who study stars. ____________

6. The inside of an Igloo is cooler than the outside. ____________

7. Use machines and tools with care. ____________

8. One should not spend too much time in the sunshine. ____________

9. Oxygen is needed for a fire to burn. ____________

10. Skin does not feel pain. ____________

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