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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 6 End Term 3 Exams 2023 Set 1

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  1. Grade 6 learners were investigating uses of oxygen. They settled up an experiment as shown in the diagram below.
    Which one of the following was a correct observation from the experiment?
    1. Water level in the trough increased
    2. Candle flame brightened
    3. Water level in the jar increased
    4. Colour of the water changed
  2. During a nature walk in the school garden, learners uprooted a plant. Which one of the following plants has roots similar to the type found in carrot?
    1. Onion
    2. Cassava
    3. Sweet potatoes
    4. Bean plant
  3. Grade four learners observed the sky in one afternoon. The following are features of a certain type of clouds. They saw
    1. White in colour
    2. Appear like bundles of cotton
    3. Dark grey in colour
    4. Keep changing shape
      |Which pair of features are for cumulus clouds?
      1. (ii) and (iv)
      2. (ii) and (iii)
      3. (i) and (iv)
      4. (i) and (ii)
  4. Grade five learners discuss functions of the leaves. Which one of the following plants stores food in the leaves?
    1. Irish potatoes
    2. Yam
    3. Onion
    4. Sugarcane
  5. The diagram below represents the human heart.
    Blood from the lungs enter the heart through blood vessel labeled
    1. O
    2. M
    3. N
    4. P
  6. The process of changing a gas directly to solid is known as  __________________________
    1. Freezing
    2. Condensation
    3. Deposition
    4. Sublimation
  7. Grade five used a digital device to search on physical properties of acids. Which one is wrong?.
    1. Have sour taste
    2. Turn blue litmus red
    3. Have bitter taste
    4. Can cause effect on skin
  8. Which one of the following characteristic is found in all amphibians?
    1. Lay fertilized eggs
    2. Have varying body temperature
    3. Have scales
    4. They are warm blooded
  9. Which one of the following blood components help in transportation of oxygen?
    1. White blood cells
    2. Platelets
    3. Plasma
    4. Red blood cells
  10. Learners of grade six discussed the following parts of human reproductive system.
    1. Cervix
    2. Oviduct
    3. Testis
    4. Uterus
    5. Ovary
      Which two parts produces sex cells?
      1. (iii) and (v)
      2. (i) and (iv)
      3. (ii) and (iv)
      4. (iv) and (v)  
  11. Learners of Hope school searched for ways to reduce friction. They listed down the following ways of reducing friction except
    1. Polishing the surface
    2. Treading
    3. Oiling and greasing
    4. Use of rollers
  12. After using a ramp to load items in a pickup, learners were given the questions below. In which one of the following work is made easily by increasing effort distance?
    1. Flag post
    2. Staircase
    3. Beam balance
    4. Claw hammer
  13. After watching a video clip showing some vertebrates, learners were given a question to answer. Which one of the following animals is not correctly matched with its characteristics?
       Animal  Characteristics 
     A.  Frog  moist skin, lays eggs, varying body temperature
     B.  Ostrich  feathers, lays eggs, constant body temperature
     C.  Bat  hair, give birth to young ones, constant body temperature
     D.  Snake  scales, lays eggs, constant body temperature
  14. Ice is water in _________________________ state.
    1. Liquid
    2. Gas
    3. Solid
    4. Freezing
  15. Bases are substances with a bitter taste. Which one of these is a base?
    1. Sour milk
    2. Lemon
    3. Tooth paste
    4. Pineapples


  1. Calabash,pumpkins and strawberries are examples of ____________________________
    1. Legumes
    2. Creepers
    3. Climbers
    4. Vegetables
  2. Which type of soil erosion is being demonstrated below?
    1. Gulley
    2. Splash
    3. Rill
    4. Sheet
  3. Which one of the following crops can be planted using splits?
    1. Thorn melon
    2. Blueberries
    3. Strawberry
    4. Passion fruits
  4. Creeping crops have flexible stems called _____________________________
    1. Vines
    2. twin
    3. Splits
    4. Grapes
  5. How do innovative lights work in controlling wild animals from destroying our crops? 
    1. By making scary noise when touched by the wild animal.
    2. By turning on automatically upon detecting an approaching wild animal.
    3. By safely trapping the wild animal.
    4. Through emitting a repellant smell.
  6. Which one of the following is NOT a deterrent that can scare away gazelles?
    1. Innovative lights.
    2. Innovative sound devices.
    3. Thorny fence.
    4. Deflectors.
  7. Three of the following are tools and equipment that a farmer can use in preparing shallow pit EXCEPT
    1. Jembe
    2. Shovel
    3. Hammer
    4. Wheelbarrow.
  8. The following are various methods a farmer can use in conserving water and soil moisture. Which one is NOT ____________________
    1. Sunken seed bed
    2. Shallow pits
    3. Moisture bed gardening
    4. Protective shed.
  9. The practice of raising crops in a moisture bed is called. ______________________
    1. Intercropping
    2. Vertical innovative gardening.
    3. Horizontal innoved cropping
    4. Moisture bed cropping
  10. Jane prepared a seedbed that was about 30cm below the ground. She mixed the top soil with manure and returned the soil to the bed leaving a depression. Finally she applied mulch to the seedbed. What type of seedbed. did she prepare?
    1. Shallow pits.
    2. Sunken seedbed.
    3. Moisture seedbed.
    4. Innovative garden seedbed.
  11. Which one of the following is NOT an importance of creeping crops.
    1. A farmer can sell and earn income.
    2. They enhance food security in the country.
    3. Establishing a farm for creepers is costly.
    4. They have great value in nutrition.
  12. Three of the following are organic gardening practices for growing legumes EXCEPT ______________________________
    1. Training
    2. Using organic manure instead of fertilisers.
    3. Using seeds that are pest and disease free.
    4. Controlling pests without using chemicals.
  13. The practice of replacing seeds that did not germinate as well as seedlings that have dried up is called __________________________
    1. Thinning
    2. Gapping
    3. Pruning
    4. Training
  14. When mixing chemicals on the farm a farmer should observe the following safety measures EXCEPT ________________________
    1. Put on gumboots
    2. Wear handgloves.
    3. Smell the chemical first.
    4. Put on protective jacket.
  15. Why is weeding important in farming?
    1. It reduces the competition of nutrients.
    2. It reduces the yields.
    3. It increases the number of pests on the farm.
    4. It leads to low yields.


  1. Which of the following is NOT a likely method used to carry a player who has an injury from the field?
    1. Two-handed seat carry
    2. Four-handed seat carry
    3. a stretcher
    4. Ambulance
  2. When nursing an insect bite, you can use all of the following care routines EXCEPT
    1. Applying a cold press to reduce swelling.
    2. Rapidly scratching the affected area.
    3. Removing the sting from the skin.
    4. Washing the affected area with soap and water.
  3. When one has a fracture, a _______________________________ is used to help the bone heal.
    1. Splint
    2. Plaster of Paris
    3. Bandage
    4. X-rays
  4. Three of the following can be used to improvise a splint EXCEPT?
    1. a wooden plank
    2. strong sticks
    3. old magazines
    4. metal
  5. The rope work technique shown below is  called?
    1. Straddle cross
    2. Double bounce
    3. Skier
    4. Wounded duck
  6. The following is an illustration of a netball court. What name do we call the lines marked M?
    1. Center circle
    2. Side line
    3. Goal line
    4. Transverse lines
  7. Three of the following are elements of a good pass except?
    1. Should be accurate
    2. Should be well measured in terms of speed 
    3. Should not be intercepted by opponent player
    4. Shoud be thrown to benefit the opposing player.
  8. The following are types of starts used in athletics sporting activities EXCEPT
    1. Elongated start
    2. Medium start
    3. Standing shot put
    4. Bunch start 
  9. In the game of Kabaddi, one player is allowed to enter the opponent's court to tag the opposing players. What do you call such a player?
    1. raider
    2. Attacker
    3. Defender 
    4. Bowler
  10. By using the following local materials, a player can improvise a ball EXCEPT _______________________
    1. Old newspapers and clothes
    2. Strings
    3. Polythene papers
    4. Wires


  1. Jane baked a cake for her birthday that was to be on the following day. Give one reason why it was necessary for Jane to store the cake properly.
    1. Avoid ants' infestation
    2. To make it more delicious
    3. To maintain freshness for lon
    4. To hide it from other people
  2. The following are factors to consider before. purchasing an ironing board. Which one is not?
    1. Should not have a cloth covered surface. 
    2. Should have adjustable legs
    3. The top should be broad
    4. Should suit an individual's height
  3. Another name for preteen is ________________________
    1. childhood
    2. old age
    3. pre-adolescence
    4. recovery stage
  4. Which of the following is not a healthy habit?
    1. Doing a lot of exercise
    2. Eating a lot of sugar
    3. Avoiding junk food
    4. Eating a lot of fruits and vegetables
  5. The act making sure that the consumer is aware of the information about goods is known as __________________________.
    1. adults awareness
    2. goods awareness
    3. sellers awareness
    4. consumer awareness
  6. Which of the following is not a respiratory disease?
    1. Asthma
    2. Pneumonia
    3. Cholera
    4. Bronchitis
  7. Four learners in Grade 6 were asked by their teacher to state the changes that take place in girls only during adolescence stage. Who gave the correct answer?
    1. Katemi - Develops pimples
    2. King'oo - Hair grows in the groin
    3. Elizabeth Menstruation starts
    4. Kate - Develops deep voice
  8. Juma has the following signs:
    1. Bow legs feels
    2. He feels pain in the spine and legs
    3. He has deformity in the skull.
      Which disease is he suffering from?
      1. Scurvy
      2. Rickets
      3. Goitre
      4. Night blindness
  9. During the holiday David, a Grade 6 learner, was seen cutting a twig from a herbal plant to improvise for good grooming. What grooming was David likely to practice?
    1. Bathing
    2. Ironing his clothes
    3. Brushing his teeth
    4. Combing his hair
  10. Which washing symbol is shown below?
    1. Wash at or above 40 degrees Celsius 
    2. Do not was at 40 degrees Celsius
    3. Wash above 40 degrees Celsius
    4. Wash at or below 40 degrees Celsius


  1. C
  2. C
  3. D
  4. C
  5. C
  6. D
  7. C
  8. B
  9. D
  10. A
  11. B
  12. D
  13. D
  14. C
  15. C
  16. B
  17. C
  18. C
  19. A
  20. B
  21. C
  22. C
  23. B
  24. D
  25. B
  26. C
  27. A
  28. B
  29. C
  30. A
  31. D
  32. B
  33. B
  34. C
  35. A
  36. B
  37. D
  38. C
  39. A
  40. D
  41. A
  42. A
  43. C
  44. B
  45. D
  46. C
  47. C
  48. B
  49. D
  50. D
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