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HOSPITALLER SISTERS OF THE SACRED HEART OF JESUS

GUARDIAN ANGEL LEARNING CENTER OF PASIG, INC.


(Josefa Hospitaller Foundation, Inc,)
Lot 2 Blk.1 Almond St., Northwood Village, Sta. Lucia, Pasig City
S.Y. 2018 – 2019
1st Quarter Examination
SCIENCE – Grade 4
50
NAME:___________________________________________ DATE: August ______, 2018

TEACHER: May Grace R. Sagrado


I. MULTIPLE CHOICE
Read each item carefully. Then choose and encircle the letter of your answer.

1. A glass of water spills on the table. What are you going to use to dry it?
a) cotton c) plastic
b) paper d) rug made of cloth
2. What type of material is used to make cooking pans?
a) rubber c) ceramic
b) plastic d) metal
3. Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
a) spoilage of a food c) burning of paper
b) baking cake d) crumpling paper
4. Which of the following materials have the ability to sink in the water?
a) plastic cup c) crayon
c) pencil d) candle
5. Which of the following is an example of chemical change?
a) ripening of fruit c) freezing water
b) melting ice cream d) alcohol rubbed on skin
6. The upward force of water that keeps thing afloat is called _____ force.
a) buoyant c) meat
b) heat d) work
7. It is the amount of matter an object has
a) bouyant force c) solid
b) density d) mass
8. Gasoline is an example of substances that is
a) toxic c) explosive
b) corrosive d) flammable
9. Which of the following illnesses is NOT an effect of eating spoiled food?
a) cholera c) diarrhea
b) food poisoning d) leptospirosis
10. Which among the objects will float on water?
a) 10 peso coin c) needle
b) plastic Ball d) marble

II. TRUE OR FALSE


Write T if the statement is correct; write F if the statement is false. Write your answer on the
space provided.
11.________ Melting silver is an example of Physical change.

12.________ Insecticide is best used for eliminating pest and insects at home.
13.________ When object is less dense that water, the object will sink.
14.________ Canning is a method of preserving dried fish(tuyo).

15. ________Tetra pack is an example of non-biodegradable material.

III. MATCHING TYPE


Match the symbols in Column A to its hazard meaning in Column B. Write the letter of your
answer before the number.
Column A Column B

16.____ a. explosive

17.______ b. toxic

18.______ c. flammable

19.________ d. corrosive

e. irritant

IV. CLASSIFICATION
Classify the materials as biodegradable or non-biodegradable. (20-27)

Dried leaf Tin can Tetra Pack plastic bottle


Diaper Carrot peeling Styrofoam Candy wrapper

Biodegradable Non-Biodegradable

V. IDENTIFICATION
A. Put a check (  ) if it shows a physical change and put cross(X) if it does not.

________ 28. slicing of bread ________ 31. cooking meat


________ 29. melting ice cream ________ 32. decaying leaves
________ 30. cutting wood ________33. pounding rice
B. Write F if the material will float on water and S if they sink in water.
_________34. oil __________36. needle
_________35. ice cubes __________37. pencil
VI. FILLING BLANKS
A. Complete each sentence by writing the appropriate word. Choose you answer from the
box.
buoyancy matter denser transparent
condensation water vapor harmful
38. Density is the amount of _______an object has.
39. _________ is the tendency of an object to float when put in a liquid.
40. If an object is ________________than water, the object will sink.
41. Increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the air is ______________to living things.
42. Glass is ____________and shiny that often breaks easily.
B. Write one example of food products for each method of food preservation.

Food Preservation Food Products


43. Drying
44. Canning
45. Freezing
46. Candying
VII. ESSAY (47-50)

Why should everyone practice the proper disposal of wastes? (47-50)

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Parent’s Signature/Date