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PKSR 2 SK TAMAN TUN AMINAH 1 SCIENCE YEAR 4 Name : .. Year 4 : Instruction : Answer all questions. 1.

. Which of the following animals use trachea structure to breathe? A. B. C. D. Snake Grasshopper Eagle Frog

5. The picture below shows an animal.

This animal breathe through A. B. C. D. lungs gills moist skin trachea structure

6. Which of the following statements is true about excretion? A. B. C. D. Breathing process Take away waste product from body Process of making foods Different ways of reproduce

2. Ramli feels thirsty. Which of the following does Ramli need? A. B. C. D. Rice Water Salt Meat

7. Which of the following animals give birth to their young? A. Crab B. Butterfly C. Hourse D. Crocodile 8. Which of the followings is not correct? A. Faeces is a waste product B. Lungs can excrete carbon dioxide and water vapour C. Kidneys can excrete urine and carbon dioxide D. Sweat is the excreted product of the skin 9.

3. Which of the following foods keep us healthy? A. B. C. D. Meat Rice Fruits Sweets

4. Diagram shows the main organs of humans

Which of the organs above produces sweet as a waste product? A. B. C. D. P Q R S

What is the breathing structure of the animal in the diagram above. A. Gills B. Lungs C. Moist skin D. Book lungs
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10. Humans reproduce to A. B. C. D. 11. increase their populations conquer the earth respond to the external stimuli hide away from enemy

14. Which of the following will cause our eyes to respond? A. B. C. D. firecracker `s sound hot water the smell of food bright light

15. Which of the following statements are false about human reproduction? A. Foetus is formed inside mother`s body B. Humans will take care of their babies C. The pregnancy period of human is 12 months D. The babies take their mother`s milk for growth. 16. How does a human move? I walking II jumping A. B. C. D. I and II only II and III only I,II and III only I,II,III and IV III floating IV flying

The activity in Figure 1 is not healthy because it will I II III IV A. B. C. D. harm the foetus in pregnant women cause lung cancer cause heat disease cause emphysema I,II and III only I,II and IV only II,III and IV only I,II,III and IV

12. Which of the following bad habits will cause poor vision and slow responsive to stimuli? A. B. C. D. smoking dringking alcohol stealing gambling

17. What will happen if plants do not reproduce? I II III IV Plants will extinct The number of plants will increase There will be no food supply for humans There will be no food supply for herbivores I and II only I,III and IV only II,III and IV only I,II,III and IV

13. The following foods give us energy except A. B. C. D. bread rice noodles carrots A. B. C. D.

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21. The diagram shows the observation obtained from an experiment.

The diagram shows part Y of a fish.Part Y is used by the fish for A. breathing B. movement C. defecation D. reproduction Which of the following conclusions are correct? I II III IV A. B. C. D. Roots respond to touch Shoots respond to water Roots respond to gravity Shoots respond to sunlight I and II only III and IV only I,II and III only II,III and IV only

19. The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito

22. Which of the following animals reproduce in the same way as a squirrel? Which of the following represents stage Y? A. Ants B. Birds C. Spiders D. Elephants

23. Amirul accidentally touches a glass of hot water with its fingers.

20. The diagram shows a plant responding to stimuli.

Which of the following responses will he show? A. He will put his fingers into the hot water B. He will hold the glass to cool the hot water C. He will put his fingers away from the hot glass D. He will push the hot glass aside with his fingers

The stimuli that causes the above response is A. touch B. water C. gravity D. sunlight

24. The following are the waste products of humans

28. Diagram below shows two types of plants.

Urine Sweat Water


These waste products are eliminated from the body through the process of A. disposal B. excretion C. braething D. defecation The plants above reproduce through A. leaves C. stem cutting B. suckers D. underground stem

25. Which of the following will harm our life processes? I II III IV A. B. C. D. 26. Smoking Taking drugs Drinking alcohol Eating healthy food I and IV only I,II and III only II,III and IV only I,II,III and IV

29.Which of the following are the basic needs of plants? I II III IV A. B. C. D. Air Water Food Sunlight I and III omly II and IV only I,II and IV only I,II,III and IV

30. Diagram below shows the life cycle of a mosquito.

Which of the following animals has the same eating habits as the above animals? A. Snake B. Spider C. Frog D. Caterpillar What is X ? A. B. C. D. Larva Tadpole Caterpillar Chick

27. Which is the correct sequence of the growth process of a butterfly? A. B. C. D. Egg,larva,purpa,adult Egg,purpa,larva,adult Egg,adult,larva,purpa, Egg,purpa larva,adult

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SK TAMAN TUN AMINAH 1 PKSR 3 SCIENCE YEAR 4 Name : .. Year 4 : Instruction : Answer all questions. 1. What is meant by excretion? A. A process to get rid of faeces from the body B. A process to get rid of excess water from the body C. A process to get rid of materials from the body D. A process to get rid of carbon dioxide from the body 2. Which of the followings is not correct? A. Faeces is a waste product B. Lungs can excrete carbon dioxide and water vapour C. Kidneys can excrete urine and carbon dioxide D. Sweat is the excreted product of the skin 3. The excretory organs of humans include I lings II anus A. I,III and IV only B. II,III and IV only C. I,II and III only D. I,II,III and IV 4. Humans reproduce to A. increase their populations B. conquer the earth C. respond to the external stimuli D. hide away from enemy III kidneys IV skin

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The activity in Figure 1 is not healthy because it will I II III IV A. B. C. D. harm the foetus in pregnant women cause lung cancer cause heat disease cause emphysema I,II and III only I,II and IV only II,III and IV only I,II,III and IV

6. Which of the following bad habits will cause poor vision and slow responsive to stimuli? A. smoking B. dringking alcohol C. stealing D. gambling 7. During growth, humans will gradually increase in their _________ and _________. A. body size,intelligent B. body weigh,breathing C. body size,body weight D. body weight,skin colour 8. Which of the following will cause our eyes to respond? A. firecracker `s sound B. hot water C. the smell of food D. bright light

9. Which of the following statements are false about human reproduction? A. Foetus is formed inside mother`s body B. Humans will take care of their babies C. The pregnancy period of human is 12 months D. The babies take their mother`s milk for growth. 10. How does a human move? I walking II jumping A. I and II only B. II and III only C. I,II and III only D. I,II,III and IV 11. What will happen if plants do not reproduce? I Plants will extinct II The number of plants will increase III There will be no food supply for humans IV There will be no food supply for herbivores A. B. C. D. 12. I and II only I,III and IV only II,III and IV only I,II,III and IV III floating IV flying

13. The diagram shows the life cycle of a mosquito

Which of the following represents stage Y?

14. The diagram shows a plant responding to stimuli.

The stimuli that causes the above response is A. touch B. water C. gravity D. sunlight

15. The diagram shows the observation obtained from an experiment.

Which of the following conclusions are correct? The diagram shows part Y of a fish.Part Y is used by the fish for A. breathing B. movement C. defecation D. reproduction I II III IV Roots respond to touch Shoots respond to water Roots respond to gravity Shoots respond to sunlight

A. B. C. D.

I and II only III and IV only I,II and III only II,III and IV only

19. The following are the waste products of humans

16. Which of the following animals reproduce in the same way as a squirrel? A. Ants B. Birds C. Spiders D. Elephants

Urine Sweat Water


These waste products are eliminated from the body through the process of A. disposal B. excretion C. braething D. defecation

17. Amirul accidentally touches a glass of hot water with its fingers.

20. Which of the following will harm our life processes? I II III IV Which of the following responses will he show? A. He will put his fingers into the hot water B. He will hold the glass to cool the hot water C. He will put his fingers away from the hot glass D. He will push the hot glass aside with his fingers 18. Which of the following is not true about plants and their way of reproduction? Plant A B C D Bryophyllums Ferns Mosses Suger cane Way of reproduction Through leaves Through spores Through seeds Through stem cutting Smoking Taking drugs Drinking alcohol Eating healthy food

A. I and IV only B. I,II and III only C. II,III and IV only D. I,II,III and IV 21.

Which of the following animals has the same eating habits as the above animals? A. Snake B. Spider C. Frog D. Caterpillar

22. Which is the correct sequence of the growth process of a butterfly? A. Egg,larva,purpa,adult B. Egg,purpa,larva,adult C. Egg,adult,larva,purpa, D. Egg,purpa larva,adult

SK TAMAN TUN AMINAH 1 PKSR 3 SCIENCE YEAR 4 Name : .. Year 4 : Instruction : Answer all questions.

4. The following animals protect themselves by having hard shells,except A. snail B. crab C. fish D. cuttlerfish

1. How do the animals in figure 1 protect themselves from enemies? A. camouflage B. pretending to be dead C. living in a group D. breaking its tail 2. Which of the following animals produces bad smell? A. hourse B. goat C. skunk D. snail

5. What is the purpose of the animals in figure 4 to carry out that activity? A. To drink water B. To clean its body C. To cool down its body D. To hide away from its enemy During winter,this animal migrates to a warmer region to avoid dying from coldness and starving 6. Which of the animals is described above? A. eagle B. swallow C. polar bear D. penguin

3. The animal in figure 2 can survive in very cold weather region because A. its body has thick fur B. it can carry out hibernation C. it has thick layer of fat under its skin D. it stays inside a cave 7. Which of the following animals protect themselves from predators using the same way as the animal in figure 3?
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A. crab B. squid C. croba D. porcupine

11. Which of the following units is suitable to be used in the measurement of distance between two cities? A. Millimeter B. Centimeter C. Meter D. Kilometer

8. How do the plants in figure 5 protect themselves from their enemy? A. Have fine hairs B. Produce latex C. Have thorny stems D. Produce poison 12. Figure 1 show a method of measuring length.What is the method called? A. Step B. Cubit C. Foot D. arm spam

9.How does the plant in figure 7 prevent itself from being blown away by the strong wind? A. it has long and broken leaves B. it has roots that grow above the ground C. it has supportive roots D. it has easily bended stem and brunches 10. Lokman accidentally touched a plant and caused him itchiness.This plant could be A. Banana tree B. Hibicus plant C. Maize D. Bamboo

13. Figure 2 shows four positions of taking a reading on a ruler.Which is the correct position? 14. Which of the following are the methods of measuring length using the limb? I II straw thumb III IV cubit step

A. I only B. I & II only

C. II,III & IV only D. I,II,III & IV

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15. What can be used to measure the length of a curved line? I II Paper clip Thread III IV Matches String

19. The diagram below shows a rectangle? 8 cm 2 cm Which of the following has the same area as the rectangle? A. 5 cm x 5 cm B. 7 cm x 7 cm C. 10 m x 10 m D. 4 cm x 4 cm 20. What is the area of an object if 17 squares of 1 cm x 1 cm are used to fill up the object? A. 1.7 cm2 B. 17 cm2 C. 170 cm2 D. 1700 cm2

A. I & II only B. I & III only

C. II & III only D. II & IV only

16. What is the length of the table in figure 3? A. 60 cm B. 65 cm C. 66 cm D. 72 cm

21. An object has the length and width of 7 cm and 9 cm respectively.Which of the following is likely to be the shape of object T? A. Square B. Rectangle C. Round D. Triangle

17. Which of the following is the formula of area? A. Length x Width B. Length x Width x Height C. Length + Width D. Length + Width + Height 18. Which is the area of the following square? 3 mm 3 mm

22. How many squares of 2 cm x 2 cm are needed to fill up a rectangle of 22 cm x 2 cm? A. 2 B. 10 C. 11 D. 4

23. Which of this shapes have the same area except .. A. 4 cm x 4 cm B. 16 cm x 1 cm C. 8 cm x 2 cm D. 4cm x 5 cm

A. 9 cm2 B. 9 mm2

C. 90 mm2 D. 900 cm2

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24. Calculate the area of the shape in figure 5 ? A. 24 cm2 B. 240 cm2 C. 2400 cm2 D. 200 cm2

28. What is the volume of the box shown in figure 8 ? A. 15 cm3 B. 30 cm3 C. 30 cm2 D. 10 cm

25. What is the area of the shaded area in figure 6 ? A. 12 cm 2 B. 15 cm2 C. 18 cm2 D. 20 cm2

29. The volume of the object in figure 10 is A. 20 cm3 B. 40 cm3 C. 60 cm3 D. 80 cm3

26. What is the unit used in measuring the area of a football court ? A. Cubic meter ( cm3 ) B. Square meter ( cm2) C. Square kilometer ( km2 ) D. Meter ( M ) 27. What is the definition of volume ? A. The thickness of an object B. The size of an object s surface C. The space occupied by an object D. The distance between two points

30. Which of the following can be used to measure length ? A. Stone B. Rubberband C. Ruler D. sand

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29 The picture shows the life cycle of a frog.

What is X ? A. Caterpillar B. Pupa C. Larva D. Tadpole 30. The picture below shows an experiment.

This experiment proof that the roots of plant respond to A. air B. water C. touch D. sunlight

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