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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher: Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Read the statements carefully. Write True if the statement is correct and False if it is not. (10points) _________1. In singles, during a match, the players get an opportunity to play on their opponent's side, while the opponent would play on their side of the net. _________2. It is legal for the players to touch the net with a racquet. _________3. Service lines for singles games are always long and narrow. However, in doubles and mixed, they are short and wide and move back to long and wide after the serve. _________4. Regular serves must be made from the waist or down. If it is served any higher, you risk losing the serve. _________5. Hitting the shuttle with your body is just like hitting it with the racket (save the distance). If he tries to re making the shuttle hit the roof is just like hitting it outside the boundaries. The play would be called out. _________6. Pretty straight forward - you are allowed to hit the net. If you do, the play will be stopped and your opponent will either gain a point (if it is his serve) or you will lose the serve (if it is your serve). _________7. The boundary lines don't end until the edge of the line stops. If any part of the shuttle touches the line, it will be called "out". _________8. Reaching isn't allowed because it would never let the opponent return the shuttle. _________9. Combining guys and girls creates a mixed pair. The same is true with badminton, as a guy and girl partnered together are considered a mixed team _________10. The server is allowed to lift a foot before the shuttle is struck.
II. MULTIPLE CHOICE Directions: Read and understand the statements carefully. Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer. (22points)

1. The total number of the feathers in an official match. a. 14 b. 15 c. 16 2. These are the names of Badminton before except. a. Battledore b. Ti Jian Zi. c. Ping poona 3. These are the acceptable lengths of the feathers except this measurement that is illegal in a size of a shuttle? a. 68mm b. 70mm. c. 73mm 4. The feathers can be any length between 64mm - 70mm, but in a single shuttle they all have to be equal. The first ever American championship tournament was held on. a. April 1, 1937 b. April 1, 1939 c. April 1, 1940

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b. 70mm. c. 73mm The first world badminton championship was held only in the year. a. 1947 b. 1949 c. 1950 The official diameter of the base of the shuttle? a. 20mm b. 27mm c. 35mm As a demonstration sport, badminton reached Olympics at the. a. 1972 Munich Games b. 1982 Munich Games c. 1992 Munich Games The weight of a shuttle has to be between. a. 4.74 and 5.50 grams b. 4.74 and 6.50 grams c. 4.74 and 7.50 grams

5. This is the diameter of the feathers in a shuttle. a. 68mm

10. The badminton was finally accepted to a full medal status in 1992 at. a. Paris b. Barcelona c. Manila 11. This is a serving which considered as fault. a. Hitting the ground of the court before the shuttle

b. Hitting the base of the shuttle first c. Hitting the feathers of the shuttle first 12. The official points for the single match a. 12 b. 15 c. 21 13. The least amount of points a player must lead to his opponent in order to be declared as the winner of the match? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 14. If the score of both single players reach 20-20, the umpire calls it as__ or tie. a. deuce b. deduce c. deduct 15. The maximum amount of points than someone can get during tie-breakers is . a. 20-25 b. 20-30 c. 20-35 16. This is an effective move that is hit to the opponent's rear court. When used properly, it forces the opponent to lift the shuttle in reply.

a. Drive b. Smash c. Lob 17. If the server serves when the receiver is not ready, the server gets a a. Ready b. Let c. Violation 18. If a player strikes the shuttle, and it bounces on the tape and goes over the net it is a. counted b. uncounted c. fault 19. The badminton strokes that travel the slowest and falls downward into the opponent's rear court. a. Drive b. Smash c. Drop 20. These are the usual strokes in defending a smash except. a. Block b. Drive c. Clear

III. IDENTIFICATION Directions: Draw the racket and the shuttlecock below then, label each parts (8 points)

RACKETS

SHUTTLECOCK

You must be the change you wish to see in the worldM. Gandhi

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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher: Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Read the statements carefully. Draw a and if it is False. (20points) if the statement is True or correct

_________1. It is against the rules that you put your hand on the table while playing. _________2. If the balls hits the net on a serve and then goes to the other side, there will be a score or point for the other player. _________3. Table Tennis is also known as PingPong. _________4.The Table Tennis is a kind of outdoor game. _________5.The standard game ends when one player scores eleven (11). _________6. If the game has a score of 10-10 then a player has to get a two point advantage to win. _________7.The clothes have to be of the color clearly different from the ball in use. _________8.The players have an opportunity to choose the ball before coming to a playing area. _________9. The penhold is a kind of grip which gives a good forehand but a weaker backhand. _________10. If the table is dark blue the balls have to blue or black in color. _________11. When the ball is served it has to be behind the table's end, but it has to be higher than the height of the table. _________12.An interval between the successive games of a match can be up to 1 minute. At that time the players are required to leave their racquets on the table. _________13.The ball must be placed on the flat of the hand to avoid any spin that the fingers may put on it, therefore giving the server an unfair advantage. _________14. Although the origins of the game are unclear, it is known that it started as a parlour game in England in the 1890's and played on a dining room table. _________15. The penhold grip is more popular than the handshake grip. _________16.". If the ball touches the edge of the table, it must bounce up to be considered good. _________17. All of the players should wear socks and shoes during the game. _________18.If the ball hits the net on a serve and then goes to the other side, it counts as a point for the other player _________19.Only the serving side can add points to its score. _________20.A player loses a point if he touches the net or the net supports II. Matching type
A. Directions: In column A are the definition of the different shots. Match it with column B which are the names of the shots. . Write only the letters of the correct answer. (8points)

_________1. putting top spin on the ball _________2. the reverse spin (back spin). _________3. hitting the ball as hard as you can _________4. it is a sudden simple shot III. MULTIPLE CHOICE

A. smashing B. looping C. pop D. chopping

Directions: Read and understand the statements carefully. Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer. (22points)

1. How large should be the table for the game? a. 9 ft. by 5 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) b. 9 ft. by 8 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) c. 9 ft. by 10 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) 2. What is the diameter of a table tennis ball? a. 36 mm b. 40 mm c. 45 mm 3. Which of the following ways a player would not receive a point?

c. If his opponent's ball touches the net 4. What score does one player has to achieve to win the game? a. 11 b. 15 c. 21

a. If his opponent's ball touches the other side of the table b. If his opponent's ball returns it back to the other side

5. How long do the players have between the successive games of a match? a. 1 minute b. 3 minute c. 5 minute 6. How high should the net be?

a. 6 in. (15.24 cm) b. 8 in. (15.24 cm) c. 10 in. (15.24 cm) 7. In what year did table tennis become an Olympic sport? a. 1986 b. 1988 c. 1990 8. How many competitive players take part in competitions worldwide? a. 36 million b. 40 million c. 45 million 9. Who are the current world powers in table tennis? a. Sweden, China and Korea b. Switzerland, Malaysia and Korea c. Sri Lanka, Japan and Korea 10. Why was table tennis banned in the Soviet Union from 1930-1950? a. it was allegedly harmful to the eyes b. it was allegedly harmful to the heart c. it was allegedly harmful to the back

b. Wilson Brothers c. Wright Brothers 12. A standard game ends when one player scores how many points? a. Eleven points b. Fifteen points c. Twenty-one points 13. If the score is a 10-10 tie at one point, then What does the umpire called to a tie match. a. deuce b. deduce c. deduct 14. Where did table tennis originate? a. England b. U.S c. China 15. Aside from green, what is the standard color of the official ping-pong table? a. Red b. Blue c. Purple 16. Hitting the ball hard to the opponent's side is called a what? a. Drive b. Loop c. Spike 17. The paddle must have what colors on each 11. In the 1890's which sports equipment side? manufacturer marketed a game called 'Indoor a. Black and white Tennis', a game based on table tennis that we b. Black and blue know today? c. Black and red a. Parker Brothers

Success follows doing what you want to doM. Forbes Goodluck & God bless

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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher: Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE A.Directions: Write T if the statement is True, and F if the statement is False.(9points) _________1. When the ball is served it has to be behind the table's end, but it has to be higher than the height of the table. _________2.An interval between the successive games of a match can be up to 1 minute. At that time the players are required to leave their racquets on the table. _________3.The ball must be placed on the flat of the hand to avoid any spin that the fingers may put on it, therefore giving the server an unfair advantage. _________4. Although the origins of the game are unclear, it is known that it started as a parlor game in England in the 1890's and played on a dining room table. _________5. The penhold grip is popular than the handshake grip. _________6.". If the ball touches the edge of the table, it must bounce up to be considered good. _________7. All players should wear socks and shoes during their match. _________8.If the ball hits the net on a serve and then goes to the other side, it counts as a point for the other player _________9.Only the serving side can add points to its score. _________10. A player loses a point if he returns the ball before it hits his side of the table.

B. Directions: Read the statements carefully. Draw a


correct and if it is False. (10points)

if the statement is True or

_________1. If the game has a score of 10-10 then a player has to get a two point advantage to win. _________2.The clothes have to be of the color clearly different from the ball in use. _________3.The players have an opportunity to choose the ball before coming to a playing area. _________4. The penhold is a kind of grip which gives a good forehand but a weaker backhand. _________5. If the table is dark blue the balls have to blue or black in color. _________6.It is against the rules that you put your hand on the table while playing. _________7. If the ball hits the net on a serve and then goes to the other side, there will be a score or point for the other player. _________8. Table Tennis is also known as Ping Pong. _________9.The Table Tennis is an outdoor game. _________10.The standard game ends when one player scores eleven (11). II. Matching type
A. Directions: In column A are the definition of the different shots. Match it with column B which are the names of the shots. . Write only the letters of the correct answer. (8points)

_________1. putting top spin on the ball _________2. the reverse spin (back spin). _________3. hitting the ball as hard as you can _________4. it is a sudden simple shot III. MULTIPLE CHOICE

A. smashing B. looping C. popping D. chopping

Directions: Read and understand the statements carefully. Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer. (22points)

1. Why was table tennis banned in the Soviet Union from 1930-1950? a. it was allegedly harmful to the eyes b. it was allegedly harmful to the heart c. it was allegedly harmful to the back

2. In the 1890's which sports equipment manufacturer marketed a game called 'Indoor Tennis', a game based on table tennis that we know today? a. Parker Brothers b. Wilson Brothers c. Wright Brothers

3. A standard game ends when one player scores how many points? a. Eleven points b. Fifteen points c. Twenty-one points 4. If the score is a 10-10 tie at one point, then the players alternate serves until one player wins by two. What does the umpire called to a tie match. a. deuce b. deduce c. deduct 5. In what country did table tennis originate? a. England b. U.S c. China 6. An official standard ping-pong table is usually green, but it can also be what color? a. Red b. Blue c. Purple 7. What strokes that hits the opponents side hard? a. Drive b. Loop c. Spike 8. How large should be the table for the game? a. 9 ft. by 5 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) b. 9 ft. by 8 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) c. 9 ft. by 10 ft. (2.7 m. by 1.5 m.) 9. What is the diameter of a table tennis ball? a. 36 mm b. 40 mm c. 45 mm 10. Which of the following case that a player would not receive a point? a. If his opponent's ball touches the other side of the table

b. If his opponent's ball returns it back to the other side c. If his opponent's ball touches the net 11. What score does one player has to achieve to win the game? a. 11 b. 15 c. 21 12. How long do the players have between the successive games of a match? a. 1 minute b. 3 minute c. 5 minute 13. How high should the net be? a. 6 in. (15.24 cm) b. 8 in. (15.24 cm) c. 10 in. (15.24 cm) 14. In what year did table tennis become an Olympic sport? a. 1986 b. 1988 c. 1990 15. How many competitive players take part in competitions worldwide? a. 36 million b. 40 million c. 45 million 16. Who are the current world powers in table tennis? a. Sweden, China and Korea b. Switzerland, Malaysia and Korea c. Sri Lanka, Japan and Korea 17. What should be the colors on each side of the paddle? a. Black and white b. Black and blue c. Black and red

Vision is the Art of seeing the invisibleJ. Swift

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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher:


I. TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Write T if the statement is True, and F if the statement is False.(10points) _______1. Only children can play games. _______2. You can cheat so you can win the game. _______3. One of the aims in playing games is to learn sportsmanship. _______4. Strong children are usually the winners in the game. _______5. Team spirit is learned through games. _______6. Games develop strong muscle. _______7. Children learn fair play through games. _______8. All games make use of equipments. _______9. Games can be played in the playground or inside the classroom. _______10. All children love to play games.

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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher:

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE
Directions: Read and understand the questions carefully. Encircle the picture that corresponds to your answer. (2points each)

1.Which of the following is a Duck walk?

2.Which of the following is not a lame dog walk?

3.Which of the following is an elephant walk?

II. TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Write T if the statement is True, and F if the statement is False.(10points) _______1. Only children can play games. _______2. You should cheat so you can win the game. _______3. One of the aims in playing games is to learn sportsmanship. _______4. Strong children are usually the winners in the game. _______5. Team spirit is learned through games. _______6. Games develop strong muscles. _______7. Children learn fair play through games. _______8. All games make use of equipments. _______9. Games can be played in the playground or inside the classroom. _______10. All children love to play games.

III. FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS A. Directions: Read and follow the directions carefully. Identify the abilities of the following animals (10points) 1. Box the animals that can walk, run and jump.

2. Encircle the animals that have wings.

3. Color the animals that can live in both land and water.

4. Check ( ) the animals that can crawl on the ground.

5. Cross-out the animals that only eat leaves and grasses.

B. Directions: Identify the following statements. Check the box answer(5 points) 1. In walking, we can imitate some animals like-A snake galloping A duck jumping slide skip

that corresponds to your

2. Leaping is almost the same as-3. An ice skater can-walk

4. A kangaroo can-hop

5. The act of springing on one foot and landing on the other foot is called-sliding leaping

Life is the only game in which the object of the game is to learn the rules.
- Ashleigh Brilliant

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Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher:


I. TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Write T if the statement is True, and F if the statement is False.(10points) ______1.Games such as baseball and softball require you to pitch, catch and hit the ball. ______2.In soccer, you have to learn how to throw and catch the ball. ______3.In Volleyball, you must learn how to push the ball with your fingers without holding it o hitting it with your palm. ______4.In basketball, you must learn the skills of dribbling, passing and shooting the ball. ______5.Ball games such as basketball, volley ball and soccer are only played by adult or the grown ups II. IDENTIFICATION Directions: Write L-inside the small box if it it locomotor movement and NL- for non locomotor movement. Then, identify what movement the picture is showing write your answer on the space provided under the picture.(30 points)

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B. Identify the sports being used the following skills. Write the sports before each number. _________________1.dribbling _________________2.kicking _________________3.passing _________________4.shooting _________________5.tossing Basketball Volleyball Baseball _________________6.catching _________________7.bouncing _________________8.kicking _________________9.throwing _________________10.running Soccer

Life is the only game in which the object of the game is to learn the rules.
- Ashleigh Brilliant

3. A deliberate foul is takes place, what decision should be made? Play continues Indirect Free kick Direct Free Kick 4. A defending player stops a goal bound shot with their hands, what decision should be made? Play continues Penalty and player receives a yellow card Penalty and player receives a red card 5. A player takes a throw in with both feet on the side line, what decision should be made? Play continues Throw is retaken Throw is awarded to the other team 6. A player is in an offside position when a goalkick is taken, what decision should be made? Direct Free Kick Indirect Free kick Play continues 7. When is a goal scored? The ball is on top or above the line The centre of the ball has passed the line The whole ball has passed the line 8. The goalkeeper picks the ball up from a pass back, what decision should be made? Play continues Indirect free kick where the pass was made Indirect free kick where the goal keeper picks the ball up 9. A penalty is taken and the ball crosses the goal line, the goalkeeper moved before the penalty taker kicked the ball, what decision should be made? Goal stands Penalty retaken No Goal 10. A player obstructs another player, what decision should be made? Direct Free kick Indirect Free kick Play continues

Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. I. IDENTIFICATION a. Directions: Identify the colors and the names of a primary color. Color the above shape and write the colors name in the oval shape . (6points)

PRIMARY COLORS

II. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. These are the colors of the Philippines flag, three are b. cactus primary colors and one is light. What colors am I c. frog thinking of? d. snake a. Red, yellow, blue, pink 5. Blue is the fifth color of the rainbow. What huge blue b. Yellow, blue, red, black things do we usually consider to be wide and deep? c. Blue, red, yellow, white a. Sea d. White, red, violet, orange b. River 2. These are the colors of the United States of America c. Falls flag, two are darker colors and one is light. What d. Rain colors am I thinking of? 6. What do you get when you mix red and blue? a. blue, green, pink a. Orange b. red, white, and blue b. Purple c. red, yellow, and blue c. Red d. green, orange, white d. Blue e. 7. Finish the dog cartoon title '________'s Clues'. 3. Yellow is the third colour of the rainbow. Which fruit a. Black has a yellow skin that the monkeys favourite fruit? b. Orange a. Apple c. Red b. Mango d. Blue c. Cherry d. Banana 8. What color do you mix with blue to get green? a. Red b. Yellow c. Blue d. White 9. Little ______ Riding Hood?
Directions: Read and understand the statements carefully. Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer.

4. Green is the fourth color of the rainbow. What is green and tickles if you walk barefoot in the garden? a. grass

a. Red b. Orange c. Yellow d. Pink 10. Chocolate, sand, moose, squirrels, and cake can all be forms of this color. What color am I thinking?
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a. black b. brown c. white d. red

b. Directions: Color the objects by following the codes on each shapes. (10points)

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A great work of art is made out of a combination of obedience and liberty.

ARTS

Name:____________________________________ Date:___________________ Grade level:_______Parents signature:_____________Teacher: Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. I. MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. These are the colors of the Philippines flag, three are primary colors and one is light. What colors am I thinking of? a. Red, yellow, blue, pink b. Yellow, blue, red, black c. Blue, red, yellow, white d. White, red, violet, orange 2. These are the colors of the United States of America flag, two are darker colors and one is light. What colors am I thinking of? a. blue, green, pink b. red, white, and blue c. red, yellow, and blue d. green, orange, white 3. Yellow is the third colour of the rainbow. Which fruit has a yellow skin that the monkeys favourite fruit? a. Apple b. Mango c. Cherry d. Banana 4. Green is the fourth color of the rainbow. What is green and tickles if you walk barefoot in the garden? a. grass b. cactus c. frog d. snake 5. Blue is the fifth color of the rainbow. What huge blue things do we usually consider to be wide and deep? a. Sea
Directions: Read and understand the statements carefully. Encircle the letter that corresponds to your answer.

b. River c. Falls d. Rain 6. What do you get when you mix red and blue? a. Orange b. Purple c. Red d. Blue 7. Finish the dog cartoon title '________'s Clues'. a. Black b. Orange c. Red d. Blue 8. What color do you mix with blue to get green? e. Red f. Yellow g. Blue h. White 9. Little ______ Riding Hood? a. Red b. Orange c. Yellow d. Pink 10. Chocolate, sand, moose, squirrels, and cake can all be forms of this color. What color am I thinking? a. black b. brown c. white d. red

A. Directions: Identify the secondary colors.

BLUE

RED

RED

YELLOW

BLUE

YELLOW

B. Directions: Identify the colors of the rainbow then, write the name of the colors on the table 4 below C. 3 5 D. 2
1._________________ 2._________________ 3._________________ 4._________________ 5._________________ 6._________________ 7._________________
. . . . . .

C. Color the fruits of good spirit on the left then, write on the next column if the color of the fruit is WARM or COOL color .

Write WARM or COOL


Fruit of patience - ____________ Fruit of love - ____________ Fruit of joy - ____________ Fruit of self control - ____________ Fruit of gentleness - ____________ Fruit of faithfulness - ____________ Fruit of goodness - ____________ Fruit of kindness - ____________ Fruit of peace - ____________

D. Color the fruits on the right then, Write in the circles P-if Primary S- Secondary or T- Tertiary color is use in the fruit. (18pts.)

ARTS

I.IDENTIFICATION A. Directions: Identify the secondary colors. Color the arc shape and write the name of the secondary color on the space provided below. (6pts.)

B. Directions: Use your crayons or color pencils to complete the color wheel. Write the names of the colors on the boxes provided below (18points)
YELLOW

BLUE

RED

1. Yellow 2. 3. Yellow+blue= 4. 5. Blue 6. 7. Blue+red= 8. 9.Red 10. 11.Red+yellow=

. . . . . . . . . . .

II. MULTIPLE CHOICES Directions: Read and understand the questions carefully. Encircle the letter of your answers on the space provided before each number. (10 points) 1. It makes drawings look real and it is the most attractive elements of art. a. texture b. lines c. color d. shape 2. A stick wax used for coloring or drawing. a. Crayons b. Color Pastels c. Water colors d. Candles 3. Combination of a primary and a secondary color. a. primary colors b. secondary colors c. intermediate colors d. neutral colors 4. Combination of two(2) primary colors. a. primary colors b. secondary colors c. intermediate colors d. neutral colors 5. Red, yellow and blue are-a. primary colors b. secondary colors c. intermediate colors d. neutral colors 6. Kind of colors associated with the colors of the sky, deep water and vegetation. a. warm colors b. cool colors c. both A and B d. none of the choices 7. Kind of colors associated with the colors of the fire, sunshine and brightness. a. warm colors b. cool colors c. both A and B d. none of the choices 8. The number of colors in the basic color wheel are-a. 8 b. 12 c. 16 d. 24 9. These two colors can be found to zebras, penguins, and old photographs. What colors am I thinking of? a. beige and purple b. brown and gray c. black and white d. gray and white 10.Most of the colors are made from the mixture fo primary colors. These colors cannot be made by mixing in other colors. What colors am I thinking of? a. red, blue, and yellow b. green, yellow, and purple c. orange, purple, and red

ARTS I.SEQUENCING a. Directions: Arrange in order the following procedures in color etching . Write A-E on the blank before each number. (10 points) _____1. Choose bright colors like yellow, green, orange, red and others _____2. With the stick or pointed object sketch your drawing or design very lightly _____3. Finally, using nail or sides of a ruler to scrape rub off the black color on the paper until dark or bright colors appear. _____4. Get dark colors like black crayon and rub it all over the paper. _____5. Use them to fill in the papers space b.Directions: Arrange in order the following procedures in paper tearing . Write A-E on the blank before each number. (10 points) _____1. Paste thin glue on a clean oslo and cartolina _____2. Sketch with a pencil and a piece of paper the shape of the object you are thinking about . _____3. Repeat the first step and finish your art _____4. With your hand, tear the object drawn on the paper _____5. Think of the design or the message that you want tell.

c. Directions: Use your crayons or color pencils to complete the color wheel. Write the names of the colors on the boxes provided below (18points)
YELLOW

1. Yellow 2. 3. Yellow+blue= 4. 5. Blue 6. 7. Blue+red= 8. 9.Red 10. 11.Red+yellow=

. . . . . . . . . . .
RED

BLUE

II.Identify the colors if it is WARM or COOL color .


_______________1. Red _______________2. Orange _______________3. Yellow _______________4. Green _______________5. Blue _______________6. Indigo _______________7. Violet _______________8. Pink _______________9. Brown _______________10. Gray _______________11. Gold _______________12. Bronze _______________13. Maroon _______________14. Blue Green _______________15. Yellow Green _______________16. Scarlet red _______________17. Blue violet _______________18. Mint green _______________19. Red orange _______________20. Yellow orange

III.Color the circle and identify the primary in column A, Secondary in column B and tertiary in colors in column C (18) points COLUMN A COLUMN B COLUMN C

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a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. I. MODIFIED TRUE OR FALSE Directions: Read the statements carefully. Write True if the statement is correct and False if it is not. (10points)
_________1.Table Tennis is an indoor game originated in England on 1890 _________2.Table Tennis is also known as Pingpong before _________3.It can be played by by two or six players at the same time. _________4.Players must allow the ball played towards them only in two bounce on their side before returning it. _________5.The official term use for the name of Table tennis racket in the ITTF is paddle. _________6.The manner in holding the racket is termed as grip. _________7.Holding the paddle similar to the way one holds writing instrument is called Hand shake grip. _________8.Service refers to the different ways of hitting or returning the ball. _________9. The game for both singles and doubles is eleven (11) points. _________10.If the ball hits the net but goes over and bounces on the other side, it is called a Let or net-in. II. IDENTIFICATION Directions: Identify the strokes that have being described. Choose from the box below and write it on the space provided. (10 points)

Forehand

chop

spin

backhand

smash

_________________1.player faces the ball, racket is tilted forward and the strokes starts at the table height. _________________2.The ball is stroked with opposite side of the racket. Usually, the body turned so that the side is at a right angle to the table. _________________3. On a high return, the ball is hit as hard as possible into the opponents court. The ball move quickly that the opponent cannot simply return it. _________________4. A bigger and heavier stroke, taken well back from the table. The paddle points horizontally, perhaps a little bit upward, and the directions of the stroke is straight down. _________________5. A skill developed by top flight players.

ARTS

Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. c. no borrowing of materials
I.PRINTING a.Directions: Print the letters of the word ARTS in each grid below.Color it after.

Directions: Outline the grid with big printed letters. Follow the letter on top of the grids then color it. (3points each)

TEST IN ARTS I

Guidelines: a. Read and follow the directions carefully. b. Strictly no erasures. c. no borrowing of materials
I.PRINTING Directions: Outline the grid with big printed letters. Follow the letter on top of the grids then color it. (3points each)

B.Directions: Print the letters of the word ARTS in each grid below. Color it after.

I.IDENTIFICATION Directions: Read each statement carefully. Identify the standard ways of creating sculpture, Choose from the items below and write it on the space. (8points)

Casting

Molding

Carving

Construction

_________________1. It is a cutting out from a block stone, marble, log of wood, soaps, glass,and onther materials , until what is left is the desired shape. _________________2. It is shaping smaller pieces of sculpture with the hand while for big sculptures,frames of wood and metal are needed to make the sculpture stable. _________________3. It is reproducing a sculptured model by enclosing the molten metal,plastic,rubber, and glass with a negative model cast out in plaster of paris, cement,of bricks _________________4. It is the process of putting together different parts of a sculpture through welding, gluing, nailing, screwing and tying.

B.

Identify the following if this is ADDITIVE SCULPTURE or SUBTRACTIVE SCULPTURE. Write the complete words on the blanks below. (8points) Pottery Mobile Carving Construction Hammering Welding Molding Casting

_______________________1. _______________________2. _______________________3. _______________________4. _______________________5. _______________________6. _______________________7. _______________________8.

III.

ENUMERATION Directions: Identify what is asked in each items. (4 points) A. What are the two kinds of sculpture? _________________1. . _________________2. B.WHAT ARE THE KINDS OF RELIF STLYE? _________________3. . _________________4.