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Department of Education


Bamban West District
Lourdes Elementary School DAPDAP
S.Y. 2015-2016

Second Quarterly Test in Science 4

_____________________________________________ Gr. & Sec._____________
Direction. Read each questions carefully and write the letter of the correct answer on
the blank provided.
____ 1. It is the framework of the human body, made up of different bones,
a. nervous system
b. skeletal system
c. respiratory system
circulatory system
____ 2. It process information and sends instructions
a. blood
b. heart


c. brain


____ 3. Which of the following protects the brain from injury?

a. skull
b. ribs
c. thigh
_____ 4. Which of the following protects the lungs and heart?
a. spinal column
b. rib cage
_____ 5. It is consider as the pumping organ of the body. It is the size of your fist.
a. lungs
b. brain
c. kidney
_____ 6. The longest bone in our body.
a. hip bone
b. femur

c. joint

_____ 7. What is the common injury of the bone?

a. fracture
b. bruisse

c. allergy






_____ 8. Which of the following practices show proper ways of controlling ailments of the
digestive system?
a. Cleaning the teeth with toothpick
c. Eating meal without washing the
b. Chewing the food slowly and thoroughly
d. Taking plenty of tea,
coffee, and acidic juices
_____ 9. What is a habitat?
a. a place where animals live
b . A place were animals eat

c. a place where animals

d. all the given choices are

_____ 10. Which group of animals are found on water habitat?

a. Fish, Squid, Crab
b. Hoarse, goat Monkey
c. parrot, eagle, butterfly
d. worm, snake dog
_____ 11. Which of the body structures of animals are used for getting/eating food.
a. beaks
b.sticky tongue
c. sucking tubes
d. all
of these

_____ 12. Which of the following animal uses its tongue to get its prey?
a. frog
b. snake
c. dog
d. cat
_____ 13. Which of these have mouth parts used for sucking?
a. Mosquito
b. Carabao
c. Snake

d. Dog

_____ 14. An animal has big hind legs. Which of the following movements can it do?
a. Flying
b. Hopping
c. Running
d. Walking
_____ 15. Which of the following group of animals moves in the same way?
a. Dog, fish, frog
c. Fish, turtle, monkey
b. Dolphin, carabao, hawk
d. Tadpole, grasshopper, butterfly
_____ 16. How are frogs, snakes and grasshoppers protected from their prey?
a. They play dead
c. They mimic the shape, smell, and sound
of their prey
b. They blend color with their environment
d. They secrete a poisonous
_____ 17. Which of the following animal uses its fangs to inject poison to its enemy?
a. cat
b. snake
c. lizard
d. bat
_____ 18. How does ostrich protect itself from enemies?
a. it runs fast
b. it flies.
c. it hides itself under the shell
has horns for fighting
_____ 19. How does turtle protect itself from enemies?
a. it runs fast
b. it flies.
c. it hides itself under the shell

d. it

d. it

_____ 20. Which of the following animal undergo complete metamorphosis?

a. Butterfly
b. Cockroach
c. Ant
d. lice
____ 21. What is the third stage in a complete metamorphosis?
a. Egg
b. Larvae
c. Pupa

d. Adult

____ 22. Why do you think water lily have flat wide leaves?
a. so that it float in the water
c. so that it can attract pollinator
b. so that it can gather more food
d. None of the above
____ 23. Which of the following plant have spines?
a. pineapple
b. santan

c. santol


____ 24. It has a sharp leaf that might scratch your skin, which of the following plant is it?
a. talahib
b. banana
c. cactus
_____ 25. What might happen if a plant did not get enough water, nutrients, sunlight and
a. the plant would die
c. The plant will bear more fruits
b. The plant will grow healthy
d. The plant will reproduce
____ 26. What is the protective structure of the gabi leaves that prevent damage of its
inner part?
a. Thorns
b. Waxy leaves
c. Waxy stem
d. Stigma
_____ 27. How do sugar cane and corn leaves protect themselves from enemies?
a. Their leaves taste better
c. Their leaves have thorns
b. They have bad smell
d. Their leaves have hair-like structure

_____ 28. What structure of the desert plants such as cacti helps them respond and
survive in their
a. They have thick bark
c. They have sharp leaf blades
b. They have fine hair
d. They possess thick and fleshy stems which
prevent loss of water
____ 29. Which of the following is an example of terrestrial plant?
a. Algae
b. Sea lettuce
c. Duckweeds

d. Talahib

_____ 30. What characteristics make the hyacinth float on water?

a. Light weight of the plant
c. Spreading feathery root stem
b. Bulbous system filled with air
d. Light rounded waxy leaves
_____ 31. Which of the following are NOT needed by plants?
a. Plastic
b. Soil
c. Water
d. Sunlight
____ 32. How many cotyledons does a monocot seed have?
b. Two
c. Three
d. None
____ 33. What is the young plant found inside the seed?
a. Cotyledon
b. Seed coat
c. Embryo d. None
____34. From which part of the flower does the fruit develop?
a. Ovule
b. Ovary
c. Stigma d. Pollen
____ 35. What is the third stage in a complete metamorphosis?
a. Egg
b. Larvae c. Pupa
d. Adult
_____ 36. Some animals carry the fertilized egg inside their body and have their young
ones born alive. Which
of these animals born baby animals?
a. Bat
b. Butterflies
c. Chicks
d. Tadpoles
____ 37. What is the study of the interaction of living things with one another and with its
a. Community
b. Ecology
c. Population
d. Migration
____ 38. What is the type of interaction that exists if the mosquito bites you?
a. Parasitism
b. Predation
c. Competition
d. Commensalism
____ 39. When can we say that man interferes with the balance of nature?
a. Pollutes air and water
c. Practices reforestation
b. Disposes his garbage properly
d. Helps control overpopulation by practicing
family planning
_____ 40. Which of the following can help conserve our ecosystem?
a. Construct building near the river banks
b. Improve the ecosystem by inviting tourists to visit your place
c. Protect the forests and bodies of water against harmful activities
d. Encourage the political leaders to convert the farm into a subdivision


Prepared by:
Master Teacher 1