Kareen

Kareen

06
September

QUESTIONS
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVITIES
Match the sources of heat to their fuels. 

  1. Stove   charcoal 
  2. Jiko   firewood 
  3. Three stone stove  kerosene 
  4. We use heat for___(cleaning, drying, seeing)
  5. Heat can be___when handled carelessly. (poisonous, useful, dangerous) 
  6. ____can start fire in the house. (Soap, Petrol, Shampoo) 
  7. When there is a fire outbreak, we should move out of the house (together, slowly, quickly)
  8. Tick a road sign which means danger ahead. 
    1
  9. A police station is a___ in the community. (bad, safe, cold) 
  10. Tick an item that can be used to keep a market place clean. 
    2
  11. A person you don't know is called a___(visitor, guest, stranger) 
  12. _____is an example of cultural events in the community. (Fighting, Weddding, Rioting) 
  13. _____is a thorny plant. (Baobab, Eu phorbia, Acacia) 
  14. Colour an animal that provides food products. 
    3
  15. The type of soil with the roughest texture is called (sand, clay, loam) 
  16. When the weather is rainy, we should stay (outside, indoors, outdoors) 
  17. Water can be made safe for use by (cooling, drinking, filtering) 

 

 

 

 

 

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. Jesus walked on water. Therefore, Christian should learn about (walking, faith, obedience)
  2. The three Hebrew men refused to worship (God, a statue, Jesus)
  3. The hometown of Jesus Christ was (Nazareth, Bethlehem, Canaan)
  4. My___is a member of my extended family. (brother, cousin, father) 
  5. Adam and Eve were created by ___(the serpent, clay, God)
  6. We should always___God's commands. (disrespect, obey, disobey) 
  7. ____is a gospel book(Ezekiel, Malachi, Mark)
  8. Naaman was healed because he had___(money, faith, a disease) 

ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 

  1. Muslims fast during the holy month of (Dhulhijjah, Ramadhan. Shaaban) 
  2. There are___pillars of Islam. (six, seven, five) 
  3. Words and sayings of the prophet (SAW) are called (stories, hadith, proverbs) 
  4. On which day of the week will Qiyamah take place? (Monday, Friday, Sunday)
  5. Which surah talks about disbelievers? (Al-Lahab, Al-Kaafirun, Al-nasr)
  6. Complete the statement. Lam yalid wa lam (rahman, akbar, yuladu)
  7. The salat betwen fajr and Asr is (Isha, Maghrib, Dhuhr)
  8. All Muslims must practise  (hatred, obedience, dancing)

MARKING SCHEME

ENVIRONMENTAL C.R.E I.R.E
  1. Stove - kerosene
  2. Jiko - charcoal
  3. Three stone stove - firewood
  4. drying
  5. dangerous
  6. petrol
  7. quickly
  8. (last sign)
  9. safe
  10. (first item)
  11. stranger
  12. wedding
  13. acacia
  14. Mark as required
  15. sand
  16. indoors
  17. filtering
  1. faith
  2. a statue
  3. Bethlehem
  4. cousin
  5. God
  6. obey
  7. Mark
  8. faith
  1. Ramadhan
  2. five
  3. proverbs
  4. Friday
  5. Al-Kaafirun
  6. yuladu
  7. Maghrib
  8. obedience
06
September

QUESTIONS

ART & CRAFT

  1. Below is Miss Matambara's fabric. 
    1
    In order to decorate her fabric, Miss Matambara should use ___technique. (incising, applique, embedding) 
  2. Use crayons to decorate the 3D form below. 
    2
  3. Bracelets can be made using___technique. (folding, modelling, knotting) 
  4. We can use ___to cut out pictures for photomontage. (nails, glass, razorblades)
  5. Draw a boy in the space provide. 
  6. We can practise plain weaving on a___(loom, thread, computer) 
  7. A___is a woven item. (sweater, gumboot, jug) 
  8. Look at the item drawn below. 
    3
    The item above can be made using___(papers, clay, plastic) 

PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION 

  1. Soccer players may practise___in the field.(diving, swimming, punting)
  2. A ____can be used for dribbling. (ball, rope, tin)
  3. In H.E.L.P in relation to swimming,E stands for (energy, electricity, escape) 
  4. Front crawl is an activity that can be practised in the (field, pool, church) 
  5. When leaping, we should always look (forward, up, sideways) 
  6. When playing different games, all rules must be (broken, disobeyed, obeyed) 

MUSIC

  1. Mboso made an instrument like the one shown below.
    4
    The instrument Mboso made is called a (drum, piano, guitar)
  2. A___is a percussion instrument. (whistle, drum, horn)
  3. The line Nasi tujitoe kwa nguvu is found in the ___verse of the Kenya National Anthem. (first, second, third) 
  4. Lullabies are types of songs sung for (pupils, children, babies) 
  5. Good music makes us feel (happy, worried, sad) 
  6. The Kenya National Anthem can be sung in languages (two, three, four) 

MARKING SCHEME

ART P.E  MUSIC
  1. applique
  2. Mark as required
  3. knotting
  4. razor blades
  5. Mark as required
  6. loom
  7. sweater
  8. clay
  1. punting
  2. ball
  3. escape
  4. field
  5. forward
  6. obeyed
  1. guitar
  2. drum
  3. second
  4. babies
  5. happy
  6. two
06
September

MASWALI

KUSIKILIZA NA KUZUNGUMZA 
Jibu maswali kwa kutamka

  1. Taja vifaa viwili vya shambani.
  2. Bendera yetu ina rangi ngapi? 
  3. Wanafunzi huketi kwenye nini darasani? 
  4. Mwezi wa kumi wa mwaka ni? 
  5. Mtu anayevua samaki anaitwaje?

Kusoma kwa sauti 
Fipi na Feva ni marafiki. Fipi anakula papai na Feva anakula fenesi. kando ya Fipi na Feva kuna paka na panya. Fipi na Feva wanaulizana kama paka na panya wanafanana. Fipi anasema ndiyo, paka na panya wanafanana. Wote ni wanyama wadogo. Feva naye anasema hapana paka na panya hawafanani. Paka ni mkubwa kuliko panya.

SARUFI
Kamilisha kwa '-ake' na '-ao'

  1. Mataifa 
  2. Mwalimu 
  3. Nyimbo 
  4. Tunda 
  5. Mashati

Kanusha 

  1. Alipika 
  2. Wanasoma 
  3. Watavuna
  4. Alikula
  5. Kilioshwa 

Jibu maamkizi 

  1. Habari? 
  2. Hujambo? 
  3. Shikamoo? 
  4. Umeshindaje? 
  5. __nipe penseli. (Wewe, Tafadhali) 

Andika kinyume

  1. Kimbia
  2. Panda 
  3. Lala 
  4. Mrefu
  5. Nyeusi

 

 

Jaza pengo ukitumia 'haraka' au 'polepole'

  1. Amina anakula__ndio maana amechelewa. 
  2. __haina baraka.
  3. Kinyonga anatembea. 
  4. Mgonjwa alitibiwa___akapona.
  5. ___ndio mwendo

Andika tarakimu kwa maneno 

  1. Vikapu 6 __
  2. 44__
  3. Mwanafunzi 1__
  4. Mayai 10__
  5. 83__

VELONA
Huyu ni Velona. Velona ni mtoto. Velona haendi shuleni. Alitoroka nyumbani kwao ili asiende shuleni. Ameajiriwa kazi ya kubeba bidhaa sokoni. Verona halipwi pesa kama mshahara. Yeye hupewa ndizi, maembe, karoti na parachichi kama malipo kwa kazi yake. Velona hulala kwenye vibanda vya mboga sokoni. Bwana Chifu ni jirani yetu. Nitamweleza Bwana Chifu kuhusu Velona.

  1. Velona alitoroka nyumbani kwa nini?
  2. Velona hulala wapi?
  3. Velona hulipwa nini akibeba mizigo? 
  4. _____ni jirani yetu.
  5. Je ni vizuri kuwaajiri watoto?

KUANDIKA
Andika aya moja juu ya; 
"FAMILIA YANGU" 

MWONGOZO WA KUSAHIHISHA

SARUFI

  1. yake/yao
  2. wake/wao
  3. zake/zao
  4. lake/lao
  5. yake/yao
  6. hakupika
  7. hawakusoma
  8. hawatavuna
  9. hakukula
  10. halikuoshwa
  1. mzuri
  2. sijambo
  3. marahaba
  4. nimeshinda vyema/salama
  5. Tafadhali
  6. tembea
  7. shuka
  8. amka
  9. mfupi
  10. nyeupe
  1. polepole
  2. haraka
  3. polepole
  4. haraka
  5. polepole
  6. sita
  7. arubaini na nne
  8. mmoja
  9. kumi
  10. themanini na tatu
  1. ili asiende shuleni
  2. kwenye vibanda vya mboga sokoni
  3. ndizi, maembe, karoti na parachichi
  4. Bwana Chifu
  5. La/hapana
06
September

QUESTIONS

TASK 1: LISTENING AND SPEAKING
The teacher greets the learner (learner responds). The teacher asks the learner to sit. The teacher says, "I am teacher____I would want us to talk about play time and sports" 

  1. Which are your favourite sports? (learner responds)
  2. At what time do you go out to play while at school? (learner responds) 
  3. Tell me some dangerous sports activities. (learner responds)
  4. Name some items you use when playing outside (learner responds)
  5. How do we play with kites? (learner responds) 

TASK 2: READING
Part 1: Reading Aloud Read this story aloud. 
School is a place where teaching and learning take place. A child who has been through school behaves well. You can easily tell the difference between those who have been to school and those who have not. (10 marks)

Part 2: Reading Comprehension
Read the story below and answer the questions that follow. 
Our country will make a very wise decision of electing various leaders to represent the citizens. This is called general election. This important activity takes place every five years. During such a time, our politicians are supposed to maintain peace as they campaign. It is everybody's prayer that this year's elections become peaceful. When there is peace in the country, the country develops economically.

  1. Our country will make a wise decision of __
  2. General election takes place after every __
  3. When they campaign, our politicians are supposed to maintain__
  4. Everybody wants this year's elections to be __
  5. When there is peace in the country, the country__

TASK 3: LANGUAGE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS/ GRAMMAR 
Select the correct word from the brackets to complete the sentences.

  1. Mueni and I __visit the museum. ( will, shall, does)
  2. All grade three teachers __have a meeting. (shall, will)
  3. Let us go to the field, ___we? (well, did, shall) 

Write the plural of the underlined words.

  1. Maina's foot hurt after a very long walk.
  2. Some mouse were running towards their hole. 
  3. The woman will hold their meeting here. : 

Use the correct wh-word to complete the statements, 

  1. __are the children crying?
  2. __was writing on the white board? 
  3. __is Mr. Maura's birthday?
  4. __book was picked outside? 

TASK 4: GUIDED WRITING 
Re-write the following sentences, 

  1. My favourite food is ugali. 
  2. It tastes delicious when hot. 
  3. I like it served with cabbage. 
  4. My mother cooks it every evening. 
  5. I know how to cook ugali as well. 

MARKING SCHEME

Mark Qn1-10 as required

  1. electing various leaders
  2. five years
  3. peace
  4. peaceful
  5. develops economically
  6. will
  7. will
  8. shall
  9.  feet
  10. mice
  11. women
  12. why
  13. who
  14. when
  15. which

Mark Qns 26-30 as required

06
September

QUESTIONS

NUMBERS

  1. Write the following positions in words (5mks) 
    1. 16th.
    2. 9th
    3. 22nd
    4. 3rd 
    5. 20th
  2. Represents the following in an abacus (4mks) 
    1. 950 
    2. 508 
  3. Write in words (3mks) 
    1.  87 =
    2. 44= 
    3. 13 =
  4. Work out (3mks) 
    1. ½ of 20 =
    2. 1/8 of 32 = 
    3. ¼ of 16 =
  5. Add by breaking a part (4mks), 
    1. 19 + 5 = 
    2. 27 + 9= 
  6.  Amani had 148 marbles while Baraka had 35 marbles. How many marbles did they have altogether? (2mks)
  7. Work out (3mks) 
    1. 734 + 243 =
    2. 342 + 48 =
    3. 751 + 29 =
  8. In a ranch of 637 bulls, 216 were sold. How many remained? (2mks) 
  9. Subtract (3mks) 
    1. 747 - 115 =
    2. 509 - 301 =
    3. 565 - 43 =
    4. 83 - 7= (1mk)
  10. Multiply (34mks) 
    1. 7 x 10 =
    2. 3 x 5=
    3. 4 x 4=
    4. 6 x 2= 
    5. A teacher divided her class into 6 groups. If each group has: 5 children, how many pupils are there in the class?.
  11. Work out
    Divide using repeated subtraction (2mks)
    18 ÷ 3=
  12. Divide (4mks)
    1. 14 ÷ 7= 
    2. 18 ÷ 2=
    3. 15 ÷ 3= 
    4. 6 ÷ 3=

MEASUREMENT

  1. January, April and May have___days in total. (1mk) 
  2. The clock face below shows the time as ? (1mk)
    1
  3. Ten cups are equal to ___litres of water. (1mk) 
    2
  4. The piece of sugarcane is___metres long. (Imk)
    4

GEOMETRY

  1. Use ovals and triangles to make a pattern. (2mks) 
  2. Colour all squares-Red, circle - blue and Rectangles - yellow. (2mks) 
    3

 

 

 

 

 

MARKING SCHEME

  1.      
    1. sixteenth
    2. nineth
    3. twenty second
    4. third
    5. twentieth
  2. Mark as required
  3.      
    1. eighty seven
    2. fourty four
    3. thierteen
  4.    
    1. 10
    2. 4
    3. 4
  5.    
    1. 24
    2. 36
  6. 183
  7.      
    1. 977
    2. 490
    3. 780
  8. 421
  9.      
    1. 632
    2. 208
    3. 522
    4. 76
  1.      
    1. 70
    2. 15
    3. 16
    4. 12
    5. 30
  2. 6
  3.      
    1. 2
    2. 9
    3. 5
    4. 2
  4. 92
  5. 8:00/ eight o'clock
  6. 2litres
  7. 3
  8. Mark as required
  9. Mark as required
02
September

QUESTIONS

  1. Colour your hand
    1
    How many fingers? Count
  2. Re-write the patterns
    2

MARKING SCHEME

  1. 5 fingers
  2. Mark as required
02
September

QUESTIONS

  1. Name two body parts orally
  2. Name two fruits we eat orally
  3. Do you know these parts? Name them orally
    1 1
  4. Colour the animal
    2 1
    A hen gives us____(egga,milk)
    Ahen has___legs(four,two)
  5. Join the dots and colour
    3 1
  6. Match sounds with God's creations
    4 1

MARKING SCHEME

  1. Mark as required
  2. banana, orange, apple, (Mark any appropriate answer)
  3. eye, leg, hand, nose(Mark as required)
  4. Mark as required
    eggs
    two
  5. Mark as required
  6.   
    5 1

 

02
September

MASWALI

  1. Imla(herufi ndogo)
    1
  2. Andika herufi h-o
  3. Linganisha
    2
  4. Paka rangi
    3.png
  5. Andika herufi hizi
    4

MWONGOZO WA KUSAHIHISHA

  1. Sahihisha 
  2. Sahihisha
  3.   
    5
  4. Sahihisha
  5. Sahihisha
02
September

QUESTIONS

  1. Dictation (sounds)
    1
  2. Write sounds a-h
  3. Join the dots
    2
  4. Circle the correct sound
    3
  5. Colour the picture sound
    4

MARKING SCHEME

  1. Mark as required
  2. Mark as required
  3. Mark as required
  4. b, a, e, f
  5. Mark as required
02
September

QUESTIONS

  1. Point and read the sounds in order
    1
  2. Read the numbers in order
    2
  3. Read mixed sounds
    3
  4. Name orally
    4

MARKING SCHEME

Mark all questions as required

 

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