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Division of Rizal

District of Taytay II

KAPALARAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Diagnostic Test in Science 5


S.Y. 2017-2018

Name: _____________________________________ Date: _____________


School: ____________________________________ Score: _____________

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE
Direction: Read and understand the questions carefully. Choose the correct answer and
write only the corresponding letter before each number.

________1. Which of the following part of the male reproductive system is


where the semen flows out of the body?
a. penis c. uterus
b. fallopian tube d. vagina
________2. Which is the male reproductive organ?
a. egg cell c. testes
b. ovary d. vagina
________3. What do ovaries produced?
a. egg cells c. semen
b. hormones d. sperm cells
________4. Which is the female reproductive organ?
a. ovary c. testes
b. sperm cell d. vagina
________5. What do testes produced?
a. egg cells c. sperm cells
b. hormones d. urine
________6. What will you do to take a good care of your reproductive system?
a. drink soft drinks always
b. sleep late at night everyday
c. use somebody else underwear
d. drink 8 10 glasses of water regularly
________7. Why do you have to take good care of your reproductive system?
a. to maintain healthy body and mind
b. to be safe from any reproductive diseases
c. to avoid malfunctioning of the reproductive organ
d. all of the above
________8. What process helps frogs to multiply?
a. evaporation c. pollination
b. metamorphosis d. reproduction
________9. What do you call the main reproductive organs of male and female frogs?
a. egg cell c. sperm cell
b. penis and vagina d. testes and ovary
________10. Which of the following is the correct life cycle of a mosquito?
a. eggs larva pupa adult
b. larva adult eggs pupa
c. larva eggs pupa adult
d. pupa adult eggs larva
________11. Which of the following is the correct life cycle of a frog?
a. frog spawn tadpoles froglet frog
b. frog froglet frog spawn tadpoles
c. frog frog spawn froglet tadpoles
d. tadpoles frog frog spawn froglet
________12. If you see frog in your garden one morning, how will you show your
care for this animal?
a. call the cat and let it chase the frog
b. put it under the dried leaves and burn
c. place it in a can and cover until it dies
d. let the frog stay and alive in the garden
________13. Which of the following is the male reproductive part of flower?
a. ovary c. stigma
b. stamen d. style
________14. Which of the following parts of a flower must have to become
a perfect flower?
a. anther and filament c. pistil and stamen
b. petals and flowers d. receptacle and ovary

________15. What are the basic parts of a complete flowering plant?


I. Stamen III. Anther and Filament
II. Style, Ovary and Stigma IV. Pistil
a. I only c. III only
b. II only d. I and IV
________16. How can we help in protecting estuaries and intertidal zones?
a. Put a vandal on rocks as a souvenir
b. Do not help at all, anyway you are just a student
c. Throw a piece of junk whenever you go these places
d. Join in a campaign or organizations that promotes protecting
estuaries and intertidal zones
________17. Which of the following is one of the most popular estuary in the
Philippines?
a. Manila Bay c. Rizal Park
b. Mayon Volcano d. Underground river in Palawan
________18. How do plants survive in the estuary?
a. by eating plants
b. by eating animals
c. by learning how to swim inside the water
d. by adapting to salty conditions and currents
________19. Which of the following plant can absorb the salt water and store it in
a special compartment called vacuole?
a. Gumamela c. Pickle Weed
b. Santan d. Rose
________20. Which of the following is responsible in eating decaying plants and
animals in estuaries and intertidal zones?
a. Fishes c. Plants
b. Microorganisms d. Sharks
________21. Which of the following is done when a force acts on an object as the
objects moves from one place to another?
a. Energy c. Kinetic Energy
b. Work d. Potential Energy
________22. What energy sources are can be replenished in a short period of time?
a. Energy c. Renewable Energy
b. Potential Energy d. Non renewable Energy
________23. Which of the following is the most abundant fuel in the world?
a. Petroleum c. Oil
b. Natural Gas d. Coal
________24. What do you call the force that exists between two bodies in physical
contact?
a. Friction c. Force
b. Work d. Energy
________25. Heat is transferred by direct contact, through vibration of molecules in
matter. What do you call this method of heat transfer?
a. Radiation c. Conduction
b. Heat d. Convection
________26. What do you call the energy in motion?
a. Energy c. Potential Energy
b. Work d. Kinetic Energy
________27. Which of the following is considered as the major source of energy on
earth?
a. Sun c. Earth
b. Moon d. Electricity
________28. What do you call the solid part of the earth?
a. Lithosphere c. Atmosphere
b. Hydrosphere d. Stratosphere
________29. Which of the following makes up the solid surface of the earth?
a. Soil c. Minerals
b. Rocks d. Igneous Rocks
________30. All of the following are uses of rock, which one in not?
a. Hunting c. Food
b. Farming d. Decoration
________31. What is formed when molten rocks solidify?
a. Rocks c. Sedimentary Rocks
b. Magma d. Igneous Rocks
________32. What rock is formed when rock particles were deposited and solidified?
a. Igneous Rocks c. Metamorphic Rocks
b. Sedimentary Rocks d. Granite
________33. What is formed when rocks underwent recrystallization through heat and
pressure?
a. Sedimentary Rocks c. Igneous Rocks
b. Sediments d. Metamorphic Rocks
________34. Which of the following is a form of energy that is produced by stationary
or moving charged particles?
a. Electricity c. Battery
b. Magnetism d. Simple Machine
________35. What do you call the type of electricity in which non-moving electric
charge is confined to one object?
a. Electricity c. Current Electricity
b. Static Electricity d. Load
________36. What do you call the temporary condition of the atmosphere in a given
place at certain period of time?
a. Weather c. Temperature
b. Pollution d. Humidity
________37. What do you call the substances that are causing air pollution?
a. Pollution c. Global Warming
b. Air Pollutants d. Green House Effect
________38. What do you call the phenomenon in which substances introduced to the
atmosphere damages the environment or harm living organisms?
a. Air Pollutants c. Air Pollution
b. Pollution d. Atmosphere
________39. What do you call the sphere of gaseous materials enveloping the Earth?
a. Hydrosphere c. Water Vapor
b. Lithosphere d. Atmosphere
________40. What is the phenomenon in which the Earths temperature rises beyond
normal trend?
a. Green House Gases c. Pollution
b. Green House Effect d. Global Warming
________41. What process is in which the heat coming from the Sun is trapped by
greenhouse gases?
a. Green House Gases c. Green House Effect
b. Global Warming d. Tyndall Effect
________42. What do you call the gases capable of trapping the Suns heat?
a. Pollutants c. Monsoon
b. Green House Gases d. Trapping Gases
________43. What do you call the amount of moisture present in the atmosphere?
a. Humidity c. Temperature
b. Water Vapor d. Water Cycle
________44. What do you call the belt of storm causing clouds on or near the
equator?
a. ITCZ c. Prevailing Winds
b. Monsoon d. Air Pressure
________45. Which of the following happens when cold air over the land moves
towards the sea?
a. Land Breeze c. Dew
b. Fog d. Low Pressure Area
________46. Which of the following phases of the moon is where the moon is between
the earth and the sun?
a. New Moon c. 3rd Quarter
b. Full Moon d. 4th Quarter
________47. Which of the following phases of the moon is where the earth is between
the moon and the sun?
a. New Moon c. 3rd Quarter
b. Full Moon d. 4th Quarter
________48. Which of the following is called the natural satellite of the earth?
a. Moon c. Mercury
b. Sun d. Venus
________49. What do you call the groups of stars that form patterns or images?
a. Galaxy c. Constellation
b. Universe d. Imagination
________50. Who the first man to land on the surface of the moon?
a. Niel Armstrong c. Rodrigo Duterte
b. Albert Einstein d. Apollo