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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 4 Opener Exams Term 1 2023 Set 6

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  1. Which one of the following is not a characteristic of living things?
    1. They grow.
    2. They breath.
    3. They do not move.
    4. They reproduce.
  2. Forceps and tongs are used when uprooting ________________________plants (non-poisonous, poisonous)
  3. Name any two animals that are
    1. Vertebrates
    2. Invertebrates
  4. Which one of the following is a good practice when handling animals?
    1. Not feeding the animals daily.
    2. Taking the animal to the veterinary doctor when sick.
    3. Giving the animals water once per week.
    4. Overworking the animals in the farm.
  5. Name two ways we can care for animals at home?
  6. Most of the vertebrates are animals (big, small)
  7. Which part of the digestive system is the arrow pointing to?
    1. Stomach
    2. Liver
    3. Small intestine
    4. Rectum
  8. Write two characteristics of the living thing shown below.
  9. Which one of the following is a way of taking care of our teeth?
    1. Eating sugarcanes and carrots.
    2. Eating sweets frequently.
    3. Brushing once a week.
    4. Never visiting a dentist.
      Write True or False for questions 10 and 11.
  10. Digestion of food ends in the small intestine. __________________________
  11. The oesophagus is a tube that connects the mouth to the stomach.
  12. Which two types of teeth are used for chewing and grinding food?
    _______________________ and ____________________________
    (incisors, canine, molar, premolar)
  13. What is the name of the tooth shown below?
    1. Incisor
    2. Molar
    3. Premolar
    4. Canine


  1. Grade four leaners in Kibra Primary School were learning about the components of the soil. Which one of the following is not found in the soil?
    1. Water
    2. Air
    3. Minerals
    4. Wood
  2. Name any three materials used in compost manure preparation.
  3. Which type of soil has medium particles? _____________________(Clay, Loam)
  4. What is the importance of drip irrigation?
  5. List down two uses of soil.
  6. Which water conservation method is shown in the diagram below? ____________________________
    (Covercrops, Mulching)
  7. Which type of soil cracks when it is dry?  (Sand, Clay, Loam)
  8. Which one of the following materials is not used to prepare compost manure?
    (Stones, Animal waste, Spoiled fruits, Rotten hay)
  9. Name two domestic animals that give us meat.
  10. The dark organic material that forms in soil when plants and animals wastes decay is called _____________ (soil, humus)
  11. Which one of the following containers is most likely to be sand soil?
  12. Ready compost manure is _____________________ in colour   (dark, light)
  13. Which soil would be best for growing bean crops?   (Loam, Clay)
  14. Name two uses of water in a farm.


  1. The following are _________________ types of food. (protective, body building)
  2. Which one of the following is not a quality of a good play item?
    1. Adventurous
    2. Unsafe
    3. Enjoyable
    4. Attractive
  3. Name two security challenges children come across during playing.
  4. A child who is sneezing is most likely suffering from
    1. chicken pox
    2. earache
    3. flu
    4. food allergies
  5. Write down two signs that show you are unwell?
  6. Name any two cleaning materials used at home.
  7. Which one of the following is not a reason why children should take rest after play.
    1. Helps children recover from stress.
    2. Restores lost energy.
    3. Increases children's appetite.
    4. Repairs damaged tissues.
  8. Which games are the children below playing?
    (Skipping, Jumping, Hide and seek, Football)
  9. Which one of the following is a basic need of a child?
    1. Story books
    2. Food
    3. Snacks
    4. Toys
  10. Which one of the following is not an example of protective food? (Orange, Apple, Bread, Cabbage)


  1. Name three games that can be played for fun and enjoyment?
  2. The (girl/boy) below is performing a _____________________ walk. (crab, wheelbarrow)
  3. Write two of the floating techniques that you know.
  4. When performing a backward roll. We move backwards.  (False, True)
  5. What is the importance of fair play during games and sports?
    1. Promotes fair competition and equality
    2. Helps us win.
    3. Promotes hatred among winners and losers.
    4. Helps players respect rules and other players.
  6. Write one safety measure to be observed while making balls.
  7. Which pass is shown in the diagram below?
    1. Crabstand balance.
    2. Beam balance
    3. Wheelbarrow balance.
    4. V balance.
  8. Name the body parts used when performing the backward roll.
  9. Name one game played on an athletics track.
  10. We should not swim without a _______________________(lifeguard, jacket, noodles)
  11. Before starting off a physical activity we have a ______________________________ (race, warm up, nap)
    Name two accidents that can happen while playing.
  12. __________________________
  13. __________________________



  1. C
  2. Poisonous
    1. Donkeys, cows, cats, dogs
    2. Mosquitoes, ticks, ants, cockroaches
  4. B
    1. Feeding them food, giving them water
    2. Giving them shelter, not overworking them.
  6. Big
  7. A stomach (as per the diagram)
  8. They breath, grow, make their own food, bear fruits, responds to environmental changes.
  9. A
  10. True
  11. True
  12. Molar, Premolar
  13. Molar


  1. wood
  2. Animal waste, spoiled fruits and vegetables, rotten hay, field refuse e.t.c
  3. Loam
    • To ensure plants have enough water
    • Helps conserve water usage
    1. Planting crop - Sand soil - we plant coconut trees, rice is planted in clay soil
    2. Provides necessary minerals to the plants
    3. Use in construction
      (Any other correct answer)
  6. Cover crops as per the diagram
  7. Clay
  8. Papers, stones
  9. Goat, cow, sheep, hen, pig e.t.c
  10. Humus
  11. C
  12. dark
  13. loam
  14. Irrigation, watering animals, mixing chemicals


  1. Body building
  2. B
    • Isolated play areas
    • Strangers
    • Unsafe play areas
  4. C - Flu
  5. Coughing, vomiting, sore throat, stomache
  6. Mops, brooms, dutbins, detergent
  7. C -  Increases children's appetite.
    1. Skipping
    2. Hide and seek
  9. B
  10. bread


  1. Swimming, skipping, ball games
  2. Crab
  3. Starfish float, back float
  4. True
  5. Helps player respect rules and other players
  6. Use materials that are safe for the players.
  7. As per the diagram (Chest pass)
  8. Hands, legs, head, knees ......
  9. Running 100 metres, 200 metres
  10. Life guard
  11. Warm up
  12. Fainting
  13. Injuries
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