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SCIENCE FOR SSES III

FIRST QUARTER REVIEWER

I. Choose from the box the correct answers for the following questions.
GROW & MOVE ADOPT TO THEIR
ORGANISMS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT
REPRODUCE
RESPOND TO
LIFE EAT MOVE ADOPT STIMULI
INORGANIC
GROW LIVE DEFINITE SHAPE ALIVE MATTER

1. Living organisms are also called ____________________________. They are made up


of cells that make up a tissue, and tissue that makes up an organ and organs that
make up an organ system.

2. They ___________________ & ________________________. They also die and live.

3. All living things need ___________________________.

4. Living things ________________________. They can go from one place to another.

5. Living things _________________ to their ________________.

6. They do not have _______________________.

7. They do not _______________________.

8. They do not _______________________.

9. They do not ____________________ to their environment.

10. They do not ___________________ to ___________.

11. They do not _______________________.

12. They do not _______________________.

13. They do not have _______________________.

14. They were never _______________________.

15. They are _______________________ ______________________.


II. Choose from the box the correct answers.
Cells Tissue Organ Organ system Muscles

Brain Heart Kidney Lungs Stomach

Liver Large intestine Small intestine Gallbladder Pancreas

Spleen Urinary bladder Bones Insulin & Glucagon Urine

16. Urinary bladder’s function is to collect ________________ to be excreted by the


kidney through urination.
17. ________________are the framework of the body that protects and supports
various organs.

18. _____________ is a large meaty organ weighing 3 pounds that sits on the right side
of the belly that filters the blood from the digestive tract.

19. _______________________ sits under the liver that works with it to digest, absorb
and process food.

20. The ___________ is the largest and most complex organ in the human body that
allows for one to control other body parts.

21. The ____________ work with the bones to help the body move.

22. The _____________ is a muscular organ that is about the size of a fist, located just
behind and slightly left of the breastbone, which pumps blood to every part of the
body.

23. The _________________ are pair of spongy, air-filled organs located on either side
of the chest (thorax), which function is to combine oxygen with the blood and to
eliminate carbon dioxide.

24. The ____________________receives food from the esophagus & secretes enzymes
that digest foods.

25. ___________ are pair of organs which function is to sustain the body’s chemical
balance by getting out waste products and excess fluids in the form of urine.

26. The_________________ secretes digestive juices into the small intestines that break
the food down, small enough to be absorbed into our body.

27. _________________ & _______________ are hormones produced by the pancreas.

28. The ___________________ is located in the upper left of the abdomen, under the
ribcage that filters and stores blood to protect the body from infections & blood loss.

29. The____________ ______________ carries most of the digestive process; it absorb


most digested food molecules as well as water and minerals.

30. The_____________ _______________ main function is to absorb water salts from


the material that has not been digested as food. It measures 1.5 m or 5 ft long.

III. Match column A to its correct definition or description on column B. write the letter of your
answer before the number.

A B
a. cluster of structures in the center of the brain
1. cortex which coordinates messages between multiple
other brain areas
b. outermost layer of brain cells where thinking and
2. brain stem
voluntary movements begin.
c. located between the spinal cord and the rest of
3. basal ganglia
the brain.
d. responsible for coordination and balance which is
4. cerebellum
located at the base and back of the brain.
e. nerves that communicate in trillions of
5. synapses
connections

6. meninges f. layer of tissue that surrounds the brain.

g. topmost part of the brain which is responsible for


7. cranium
sensation, handwriting and body position.
h. responsible for memory and hearing or perception
8. frontal lobe
& recognition of auditory stimuli

9. occipital lobe i. visual processing system of the brain

j. part of the brain that is responsible for judgment


10. temporal lobe
and motor function or movement.

11. parietal lobe k. protects the brain from injury

12. vena cava l. major artery of the body

13. septum m. major vein of the body

14. aorta n. created by left ventricles vigorous contractions

15. cardiac cycle o. divides the heart into 2 parts

16. blood pressure p. sequence of events that occur in every heart beat

17. trachea q. tubular branches in the lungs

r. A thin tissue layer that covers the lungs and acts


18. Carbon dioxide as lubricant allowing the lungs to slip smoothly as
they expand and contract with each breath
s. Waste product of metabolism that travels from
19. Bronchi
the alveoli where it can be exhaled

20. Pleura t. Or windpipe, conducts inhaled air into the lungs


u. Also called the digestive tract which makes up the
21. Nephrons
digestive system
22. Gastrointestinal (GI) v. Million microscopic units in each kidney that filer
tract blood
w. Is a process for breaking down food into nutrients,
23. Digestion which the body uses for energy, growth & cell
repair.
x. Food from the esophagus enters the stomach
24. Stool
through this muscular valve
25. Lower Esophageal
y. Waste product of digestion that is a solid matter
Sphincter

26. Pyloric Sphincter z. Ridges of muscle tissue that line the stomach

aa. It is a muscular valve that opens to allow food to


27. Rugae
pass from the stomach to the small intestine

IV. Choose from the box the correct answers for the following questions.
Coronary Artery Stable Angina Unstable Angina Myocardial Myocarditis
Disease Pectoris Pectoris Infarction
Emphysema Chronic Bronchitis Pneumonia Asthma Acute Bronchitis

Nephrotic Polycystic Kidney Bladder Cancer


Kidney stones Urinary Stones
Syndrome Disease

1. Most painful kidney condition, where minerals in urine form crystals which may
grow large enough to block urine flow
2. Damage to kidneys causes them to spill large amounts of protein into the urine.
Leg swelling may be a symptom.
3. A genetic condition resulting in large cysts in both kidneys that impair their
bladder.
4. Stones or calculi may form in the kidney and travel down to the bladder. If
these calculi flow to or from the bladder, they can cause severe pain.
5. A tumor in the bladder is usually discovered after blood is noticed in the urine.

6. It is the narrowing of arteries supplying blood to the heart, through cholesterol


plaques in the arteries.
7. Narrowed coronary arteries cause predictable chest pain or discomfort with
exertion. The blockage prevents the heart from receiving the extra oxygen
needed.
8. Chest pain or discomfort that is new, worsening or occurs at rest, which can
precede a heart attack, serious abnormal heart rhythm, or cardiac arrest.
9. A coronary artery is suddenly blocked and starved of oxygen, part of the heart
muscle dies.
10. It is the inflammation of the heart muscle due to viral infection
11. It is a lung condition usually caused by smoking, where the alveoli are damaged,
trapping the air in the lungs and making breathing difficult.
12. Repeated, frequent episodes of productive cough, usually caused by smoking,
where breathing is also difficult.
13. Infection in one or both lungs, which is usually caused by a bacteria called
streptococcus pneumonia.
14. Lungs’ airways become inflamed and can spasm, causing shortness of breath
and wheezing.
15. An infection of the lungs’ large airways usually caused by virus. Cough is its
main symptom

V. Cross out the animal that does not belong to the group.
1.
Animals that live on land or in
Animals that live on land Animals that live in water
water
Lion Crocodile Turtle
Octopus Squid Frog
Wild boar Fish Cow
Duck Crabs Snake
Horse Dolphin Alligator
Whale Ant snail
2.
Animals that walk, run, gallop,
Animals that crawl Animals that fly
jump and hop
Tiger Crocodile Birds
Kangaroo snake insects
worm earthworm bat
Bats turtle fish
Horse centipede Alligator
Spider slug snail

3.
Solid Liquid Gas
Door Vinegar Air conditioner
Ice Water Air
Diamond Fuel Balloon
Chair Soy sauce Scent
Ink Gravy Smoke
Softdrinks Chicken fish

VI. Choose the letter of the correct answer.

1. It is anything that occupies space and has mass.


a. matter b. solid c. gas d. liquid

2. It has definite size and shape


a. matter b. solid c. gas d. liquid

3. It has the availability to flow and takes the shape of its container.
a. matter b. solid c. gas d. liquid

4. it can be squeezed. You can feel and smell it.


a. matter b. solid c. gas d. liquid
5. which set of solids have similar color?
a. ball, flower, egg b. sampaguita, desk, ruler c.hair, charcoal, school shoes

6. Which of the following solids have different textures?


a. satin cloth b. hollow blocks c. plastic cover d. glass

7. A TV monitor has the same shape as the handkerchief. What is its shape?
a. square b. triangle c. rectangle d. oblong

8. Mother tried to push the big cabinet to the another side but she cannot do it alone. She asked for
father’s help. What can be inferred from the situation?
a. solids have weight c. solids have color
b. solids have texture d. solids have definite shape

9. Which set of materials are gas?


a. alcohol, kerosene, cake c. cigarette, wine, cologne
b. smoke, vapor, fart d. computer, radio, tv

10. Which set of chemicals are safe to use?


a. cologne, vitamins, alcohol c. kerosene, moth balls, bleach
b. gasoline, muriatic acid, lotion d. acetone, insect spray, ink

11. Water in the cup was transferred to a plastic bottle. What can be inferred on the shape of the water
when it was transferred from the cup to the bottle.
a. The water’s shape is the same as it was in the cup to the plastic bottle
b. The water takes the shape of its two containers
c. The water has definite shape.
d. The water’s shape become smaller when transferred from the cup to the bottle

12. Which of the following liquids flow fastest?


a. cooking oil b. juice c. catsup d. syrup

13. Kuya RJ and I bought Coke at 7eleven. Since Kuya RJ is bigger than me, he carried the 1.5 Coke and I
carried the 500ml. bottle. What can be inferred among the two bottles of Coke?
a. liquids take the shape of its container. b. liquids have weight.
c. liquids can be bought at 7eleven only. D. liquids have color

14. A deflated balloon weighed 19 grams. After inflating the balloon, it weighed 13 grams. What can be
inferred from the situation?
a. The air in the balloon has weight. b. the air in the balloon spreads out
c. The air in the balloon smells bad. D. The air in the balloon has shape.

15. Lyra blew a round balloon while Lyka blew a heart-shaped balloon. What can be inferred from
the two balloons?
a. The air in the balloons takes the shape of its container
b. The air in the balloons spreads out when deflated
c. The air in the balloons have different weights.
d. The air in the balloons have different smell.

16. Which set of chemicals are safe to use?


a. cologne, vitamins, alcohol b. kerosene, moth balls, bleach
c. gasoline, muriatic acid, lotion d. acetone, insect spray, ink

17. Which chemical is used to wash plates and dishes?


a. muriatic acid b. baking soda c. bleach d. dishwashing liquid

18. Which chemical is helpful to farmers but can be harmful when used improperly?
a. nail polish b. fertilizer c. fabric conditioner d.gasoline
19. A chemical with the label below can be harmful and should be used with proper
care. Why?
a. It is flammable. b. It is poisonous c. It is toxic. d. It is safe.

20. Which label


can you find in the
containers of
kerosene and LPG?

21. A bottle of juice was put inside the freezer overnight. The next day it becomes ice. What change
happened?
a. solid to liquid b. liquid to solid c.liquid to gas d. gas to liquid

22. Naphtalene balls were left exposed in a drawer. After a week, the naphthalene balls become smaller.
What change happened?
a. liquid to gas b. solid to liquid c. solid to solid d. solid to gas

23. Mother left the water boiling in the kitchen. You noticed that smoke comes out of the kettle. What
change happened?
a. solid to gas b. liquid to solid c. liquid to gas d. solid to gas

27. Butter was put in a heated pan for 2 minutes. It melted. What change happened?
a. solid to liquid b. liquid to solid c. liquid to gas d. solid to gas

28. Which of the following will you do to change the size, shape and appearance of a piece of wood?
a. by crumpling b. by chopping c. by crumpling d. by hammering

VII. Draw a happy face if the habit is correct and a sad face if not.

____________29. Keep chemicals out of children’s reach.

____________30. Store insecticides and cooking ingredients in the same cabinet.

____________31. Wash hands with soap and water thoroughly after using chemicals.

____________32. Eat canned foods that are expired.

____________33. Cover mouth and nose when spraying insecticides.

VIII. TRUE or FALSE

____________34. An adult human body has over 500 bones.

____________35. The two chambers at the bottom of your heart are called ventricles.

____________36. The muscles found in the front of your thighs are known Quadriceps.

____________37. Skin is the human body’s biggest organ.


____________38. Trachea is the long pipe that shifts food from the back of your throat down to your stomach.

____________ 39. The bones that make up your spine are called Vertebrae.

____________ 40. Organ system makes up a cell.