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Creative Arts & Social Studies Questions and Answers - Grade 4 End Term 2 Exams 2023 Set 1

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  1. Grade 4 learners joined pieces of leather as shown below.

    What is the name of the strip of leather labelled X?
    1. Coil
    2. Thong
    3. Fibre
    4. Reeds
  2. Which of these items can be used to scratch waxy surface when creating pictures using crayon etching technique?
    1. Nail
    2. Eraser
    3. Paper
    4. Ruler
  3. Grade four learners of Kikuyu Township school modelled a pot using pinch technique. Which of the following is not a technique that the learners could have used to decorate the modelled pot?
    1. Stamping
    2. Scratching
    3. Kneading
    4. Incising
  4. The following materials are required when creating tonal variation on a cylindrical form. Which one is not?
    1. Pencil
    2. Sharpener
    3. Rubber
    4. Wax
  5. Learners modelled pots of varying sizes and shapes in class. How did they make the walls of the pinch pots to have even thickness?
    1. Using a stick to smoothen the pinch pot.
    2. Leaving the pot to dry slowly under a shade.
    3. Pressing against the walls using the thumb and fingers to widen the hole and shape the pot.
    4. Making a hole into the lump of clay using the thumb onlY
  6. Which of the following is a lower case letter?
    1. k
    2. t
    3. m
    4. g
  7. The following practices are usually carried by different communities when making baskets. Which one is not?
    1. Twining
    2. Plaiting
    3. Incising
    4. Sewing
  8. The following are natural materials that are used in basketry when weaving a circular mat. Which one is not?
    1. Nylon
    2. Banana fibre
    3. Reeds
    4. Wattle sticks
  9. Grade 4 learners created different pictorial composition using montage technique. Which locally available natural adhesive did they use to stick cut-out pictures and photographs?
    1. Glue sticks
    2. Office glue
    3. Cellotape
    4.  Blue gum
  10. The following items are usually made from leather after the tanning process. Which one is not?
    1. Belts
    2. Bags
    3. Shoes
    4. Cups
  11. Grade 4 learners of Rungiri primary school were told to name different types of props that can be used in a folk dance. Among the answers given below, which one is not one of them?
    1. Flywhisk
    2. Sticks
    3. Shields
    4. Floor
  12. The following are safety measures that should be observed when dancing except one. Which one is it?
    1. Do not dance on a wet floor.
    2. Do not dance while wearing loose clothes and sharp costumes.
    3. Dance while stepping on others.
    4. Do not crowd together while dancing.
  13. Learners were taught the importance of cleaning a descant recorder before and after use. Why is it important to clean the instrument?
    1. To avoid using the descant recorder.
    2. To sell the descant recorder after use.
    3. To use the descant recorder many times in a day.
    4. To prevent the spread of germs and diseases.
  14. Learners were taught about groups of percussion instruments by their teacher. One of the instrument learnt was a drum shown below. What type of instrument is it?
    1. Melodic percussion instrument.
    2. Non-melodic percussion instrument.
    3. Wind instrument.
    4. String instrument.
  15. Re-arrange the following procedure in the correct order from the first step to the last step on how to make a functional shaker shown below.
    1. Flatten the bottle tops.
    2. Remove the inside soft part of the bottle tops.
    3. Make a hole in the middle of each bottle top.
    4. Put the bottle tops in a string or wire.
    5. Perform a song as you play the shaker.
    6. Tie the string or wire with the bottle tops to a Y-shaped stick.
      1. (ii), (i), (iv), (iii), (vi), (v)
      2. (ii), (i), (vi), (iii), (iv), (v)
      3. (ii), (i), (iii), (iv), (vi), (v)
      4. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv), (vi), (v)
  16. The following are values that we learn from folk songs. Which one is not?
    1. Kindness
    2. Unity
    3. Disobedience
    4. Peace
  17. Natalie named elements of dance. Which one was not correct?
    1. Resting
    2. Space
    3. Energy
    4. Time
  18. How do we call songs that are sung by people of a particular area or community to mark an occasion?
    1. Folk songs
    2. Sacred songs
    3. Topical songs
    4. Patriotic songs
  19. Samson wants to tune a drum. He can tune it by
    1. hitting it hard.
    2. warming the membrane.
    3. Couring cold water on it.
    4. sitting on it.
  20. The following are activities we can engage in when singing action songs. Which one is not?
    1. Sweeping
    2. Washing hands
    3. Fighting.
    4. Weaving mats


Study the map of Momu area and answer questions 21-25.

  1. Grade four learners were asked to identify the direction of the school from Faida market in Momu area. Which answer was correct?
    1. South West
    2. North West
    3.  North East
    4. South East
  2. The church in Momu area shows that the people are
    1. Christians
    2. Muslims
    3. Pagans
    4. Hindus
  3.  Which one of the following physical features is not found in Momu area?
    1. Hill
    2. Lake
    3. River
    4. Ocean
  4. Which of these crops is not grown in Momu area?
    1. Coffee
    2. Maize
    3. Tea
    4. Beans
  5. People of Momu area buy and sell their goods at the
    1. School
    2. Market
    3. Church
    4. Lake
  6. Kenya is divided into how many counties?
    1. 47
    2. 10
    3. 2
    4. 8
  7. The following are qualities of a good leader. Which one is not?
    1. Honest
    2. Responsible
    3. Corrupt
    4. Hardworking
  8. The sun rises from the
    1. East
    2. West
    3. North
    4. South
  9. Grade four Social Studies teacher asked grade four learners to state uses of rivers in their county. Which answer was wrong?
    1. Provide water for irrigation.
    2. Some rivers are sources of fish.
    3. Provide us with water for home use.
    4. They are homes for domestic animals.
  10. We all depend on doctors for
    1. treatment
    2. food
    3. education
    4. transport
  11. The following is a historical built environment. It is known as a
    1. museum
    2. monument
    3. cultural center
    4. school
  12. Identify a way of not caring for the environment?
    1. Cutting trees
    2. Planting trees
    3. Building of gabions
    4. Fencing forests
  13. Which one of the following is not a form of child abuse?
    1. Forcing children to go to school.
    2. Beating children.
    3. Denying children food.
    4. Employing children.
  14. The buying and selling of goods and services is known as
    1. farming
    2. trade
    3. transport
    4. communication
  15. Arrows, shields, horns, beads, spears and clay pots kept in a museum are called
    1. culture
    2. traditional artefacts
    3. monuments
    4. furniture


  1. "You created every part of me, you put me together in my mother's womb. (Psalms 139:13). This verse teaches us that
    1. God created all parts of our bodies.
    2. God created animals and plants.
    3. God did not know us before we were born.
    4. God does not love us the way we are.
  2. Select the letter which contains good emotion.
    1. Fear
    2. Sadness
    3.  Anger
    4. Love
  3. In a Sunday School, grade four children told their teacher why they obey their parents as follows:
    Martha - They give me food.
    Titus    -  They do not curse me.
    Dorcas - They pay my school fees.
    Dan  - So that I can live long on earth.

    Who was correct according to Biblical teaching?
    1. Martha
    2. Titus
    3. Dorcas
    4. Dan
  4. Ann returned the extra money she was given at a shop to the shopkeeper. Which value does she show?
    1. Love
    2. Honesty
    3. Kindness
    4. Obedience
  5. From the story of Samson killing a lion,, we learn to
    1. fear lions.
    2. depend on God's power.
    3.  run away from danger.
    4. always walk in groups.
  6. We can protect ourselves from sexual abuse by
    1. walking alone in unsafe places.
    2. going into lonely rooms with people we do not know.
    3. not accepting gifts from strangers.
    4. meeting people of the opposite sex alone.
  7. God is pure and perfect. He cannot sin or make mistakes. This shows that God is
    1. Sole creator
    2. Holy
    3. Loving
    4. Kind
  8. Which group has Old Testament books of the Bible only?
    1.  Luke, Acts, Genesis
    2. Psalms, Matthew, Jeremiah
    3. Exodus, Numbers, Nehemiah
    4. Judges, Romans, Proverbs
    5. teaching?
  9. The lesson learners can share with their parents after learning about the story of Zaccheaus is that they should
    1. climb a tree to see Jesus.
    2. turn away from bad behaviour.
    3. always invite people to their homes.
    4. hate people who do bad things.
  10. The name Abraham means
    1. saviour
    2. laughter
    3. father of many nations
    4. rock
  11. Jesus was called the son of God because
    1. his mother was a virgin.
    2. he was born by the power of the Holy Spirit.
    3. he was the only child of Joseph and Mary.
    4. he was given the name by the angel of God.
  12. Out of the ten lepers Jesus healed, only one of them went back to thank Him. A lesson we learn from this miracle is that we should be
    1. honest
    2. thankful
    3. caring
    4. respectful
  13. "The kingdom of God starts in a small way and grows to become bigger." This teaching is found in the parable of the
    1. lost coin
    2. lost son
    3. mustard seed
    4. sower
  14. One day, Brian was pushed by his friend when playing in the field. As a good Christian, Brian should
    1. also push his friend.
    2. go home and pray for his friend.
    3. forgive his friend.
    4. report his friend to the teacher.
  15. Pamela, a grade four learner was given 100 shillings by her mother. She can use her money wisely by
    1. buying sweets
    2. sharing the money with friends.
    3. buying a pen and saving the rest of the money.
    4. using the money to travel to a very far place.


  1. Three of the following are other names of Surah Al-Fatiha. Which one is not?
    1. The opening chapter.
    2. The third of the Qur'an.
    3. The mother of the Qur'an.
    4. The seven repeated verses.
  2. Which surah must be recited in every swalat?
    1. Al-Falaq
    2. Al-Maum
    3. An-Naas
    4. Al-Fatiha
  3. While playing in the school playground, Hanan picked a rubber in the grass. What was the right thing for Hanan to do?
    1. Keep the rubber for himself.
    2. Leave the rubber where it was.
    3. Take it to the class teacher.
    4.  Report to the nearest police station.
  4.  Which of the following books was revealed to Nabii Ibrahim (A.S.)?
    1. Suhuf
    2. . Zabur
    3. Taurat
    4. Qur'an
  5. Which one of the following surahs encourages patience among the Muslims?
    1. Asr
    2. BMaun
    3. Fiil
    4. Fatiha
  6. The actions and practices of the prophet (S.A.W) are referred to as
    1. Hadith
    2. Wajib
    3. Sunnah
    4. Mustahab
  7. Grade four learners of Kwashee primary school were asked to research online on the duties of the angels. Which of the following is not a duty of the angels?
    1. Bringing revelation.
    2. Beating those who commit sins.
    3. Recording our deeds.
    4. Bringing rainfall.
  8. Which one of the following is not a pillar of Iman? Belief in
    1. prophets
    2. angels
    3. day of judgement
    4. zakat
  9. Hashim, a grade four learner heard his friend saying. "Maashallah." What do you think Hashim's friend had seen?
    1. Something good.
    2. Something bad.
    3. A dangerous animal.
    4. A very old woman.
  10. All prophets of Allah were 'Masumeen.' This means that they were
    1. patient
    2. obedient
    3. sinless
    4. trustworthy
  11. Mama Hawa was seen sprinkling water on her clothes. Which type of Najasaat is likely to have gone to her dress?
    1. Medium
    2. Light
    3. Thick
    4. Heavy
  12. The angels of Allah were created from
    1. water
    2. dust
    3. fire
    4. light
  13. Which direction do Muslims face while performing prayers?
    1. North
    2. East
    3. South
    4. West
  14. Who among the following was the first man to be created?
    1. Ibrahim
    2. Adam
    3. Muhammad
    4. Nuh
  15. Choose the prayer that is correctly matched with its time.
    1. Dhuhr - 5.30a.m.
    2. Asr   -  1 o'clock
    3. Subh - 5.30a.m.
    4. Isha -  6.30p.m.



  1. B
  2. A
  3. C
  4. D
  5. C
  6. D
  7. C
  8. A
  9. D
  10. D


  1. D
  2. C
  3. D
  4. B
  5. C
  6. C
  7. A
  8. A
  9. B
  10. C


  1. B
  2. A
  3. D
  4. A
  5. B
  6. A
  7. C
  8. A
  9. D
  10. A
  11. B
  12. A
  13. A
  14. B
  15. B


  1. A
  2. D
  3. D
  4. B
  5. B
  6. C
  7. B
  8. C
  9. B
  10. C
  11. B
  12. B
  13. C
  14. C
  15. C


  1. B
  2. D
  3. C
  4. A
  5. A
  6. C
  7. B
  8. D
  9. A
  10. C
  11. B
  12. D
  13. A
  14. B
  15. C




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