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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - CBC Grade 6 KPSEA End Term 3 Exam 2022 Set 1

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Science And Technology

  1. Grade 6 learners at Maseno academy carried out an experiment like the one shown below,
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    Which property of matter were they investigating?
    1. Effects of hot and cold water on patter.
    2. Expansion and contraction of solids.
    3. Expansion and contraction of gases,
    4. Expansion and contraction of liquids
  2. Use the diagram below to answer the following question,
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    Which statement does not match with the parts represented by letters in the diagram above?
    1. P- its volume decreases during exhalation.
    2. U - cleans and warms the air.
    3. R - helps the trachea to stay open.
    4. V - flattens during inhalation.
  3. Below is a simplified diagram of the circulatory system.
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    Which pair of blood vessels carry blood with carbondioxide?
    1. P, Q
    2. P, S
    3. R, S
    4. P,R
  4. The pie chart below shows the composition of gases that make up air.
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    Which of the following statements is true about the composition of air represented above?
    1. The gas marked W is used during germination.
    2. Gas X can be used to put out fire.
    3. The gas labelled Y is used to preserve soft drinks.
    4. Gas Z is used by legumes to make proteins.
  5. Which of the following parts of a computer displays the document being typed?
    1. Keyboard.
    2. Monitor. 
    3. Printer.
    4. Mouse.
  6. The diagram below represents classification of plants.
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    Which of the following plants can be used to represent L and R respectively?
    1. Mucor, bracket tree.
    2. Moss, grass.
    3. Cabbage, toadstool.
    4. Moulds, sugarcane.
  7. Which of the following statements is true?
    1. A VDU is used to process data.
    2. A mouse has a space bar.
    3. A cursor shows the end of text being worked on.
    4. The monitor is used to produce hard copies.
  8. Which of the following small animals are all invertebrates?
    1. Newt, cockroach, spider.
    2. Snail, spider, mite.
    3. Slug, crab, frog.
    4. Centipede, snake, scorpion.
  9. Which of the following effects of heat on matter are as a result of increase in temperature?
    1. Melting and expansion.
    2. Condensation and contraction.
    3. Freezing and evaporation.
    4. Evaporation and contraction.
  10. Which of the following is not a fimction of leaves?
    1. Photosynthesis.
    2. Breathing. 
    3. Transpiration.
    4. Absorption.
  11. The diagram below shows transfer of heat on matter.
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    The type of heat transfer demonstrated  above is called
    1. convection.
    2. radiation
    3. conduction.
    4. expansion
  12. The following are signs of a certain nutritional deficiency disease:
    1. Sores at the corners of the mouth.
    2. Protruding stomach
    3. Swollen body parts.
    4. Brown hair.
      Which of the following foods can be recommended for a person suffering from the disease?
      1. Beans, tomatoes, cabbages.
      2. Rice, ugali, liver.
      3. Meat, fish, groundnuts.
      4. Chips, sugarcane, bananas.
  13. Candle wax is able to float on water because of its
    1. weight.
    2. material. 
    3. size.
    4. shape.
  14. Crops such as peas, greengrams and are called
    1. cereals.
    2. legumes.
    3. tubers.
    4. vegetables.
  15. Below is a chart showing farm animals  and their uses:
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    Which products are represented by W, X  and Y respectively?
    1. Milk, mutton, eggs. :
    2. Wool, mutton, eggs.
    3. Mutton, meat, mohair.
    4. Hide, eggs, meat.

Agriculture

  1. Which of the following is not a planting material for creeping crops?
    1. Seeds.
    2. Hoes.
    3. Scissors.
    4. Manure. Burning candle
  2. Which of the following is an example of creeping crops?
    1. Cactus.
    2. Carrot.
    3. Passion.
    4. Pumpkin. 
  3. Which of the following is a deterrent of wild animals against farming activities?
    1. Scarecrow.
    2. Chicken.
    3. Mongoose.
    4. Bananas.
  4. All the following are ways of conserving water in the farm except
    1. mulching. 
    2. shading.
    3. thinning.
    4. cover cropping. 
  5. Kwame came across a bare land with deep  U-shaped channels as shown below
    Sci20.
    Which type of soil erosion was this likely  to be?
    1. Splash erosion.
    2. Rill erosion. 
    3. Sheet erosion.
    4. Gulley erosion.
  6. Exposed  plant roots on a bare flat ground  is an indication of
    1. Splash erosion.
    2. sheet erosion. 
    3. gulley erosion. 
    4. rill erosion.
  7. All the  following are ways of controlling soil erosion. Which one is not?
    1. Using drip irrigation.
    2. Mulching.
    3. Planting cover crops
    4. Building gabions.
  8. Below is a small domestic animal reared in Kenya.
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    Which of the following are the products  from the animal above? 
    1.  Meat and milk. 
    2. Manure and meat.
    3. Milk and skin.
    4. Wool and manure.
  9. Identify the animal drawn below.
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    1. Goat.
    2. Dog
    3. Sheep.
    4. Bull.
  10. Which of the following shows a pair of tiny seeded crops?
    1. Sugarcane and banana. 
    2. Onions and tomatoes.
    3. Pumpkin and cucumber.
    4. Sunflower and carrots.

Homescience

  1. Which of the following lists consists of accessories only?
    1. Lipstick, eye pencil, deodorants.
    2. Deodorants, creams, nailpolish.
    3. Perfumes, headgears, lotion. 
    4. Scarves, necklaces, wristbands.
  2. A person between 13 and 19 years is
    1. a young man.
    2. an underage. 
    3. a small lady.
    4. an adolescent.
  3. Which of the following diseases is non- communicable?
    1. Tuberculosis.
    2. Malaria.
    3. Epilepsy.
    4. Covid-19.
  4. Which of the following is not a factor to consider when making a budget?
    1. Taste and preference.
    2. Amount of money.
    3. The type of food.
    4. The weather of the day.
  5. A sufuria is a cooking equipment that is commonly cleaned using
    1. Charcoal powder.
    2. steelwool.
    3. a sand paper.
    4. egg shells.
  6. Which of the following is a fragile kitchen  utensil?
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  7. Which of the following foods can be stewed?
    1. Meat
    2. Cassava
    3. Yams.
    4. Cabbage.
  8. Which of the following may be needed for baking?
    1. Maize flour.
    2. Oven.
    3. Onions.
    4. Tomatoes.
  9. Which of the following is not a needle work tool?
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  10. Which or the following lists consists of a balanced diet? 
    1. Rice, meat, chapati.
    2. Fish, orange, carrots.
    3. Ugali, eggs, kales.
    4. Chips, sausages, chicken.

Physical Health Education.

  1. 'Which one of the following is not a track event?
    1. Back stroke.
    2. Bunch start.
    3. Shoulder shrug
    4. Drop finish.
  2. Partner work can be applied in 
    1. swimming. 
    2. football.
    3. athletics.
    4. ropework.
  3. Which of the following is not a rope work technique?
    1. Wounded duck.
    2. Pivoting.
    3. Skier.
    4. Heel taps.
  4. Which of the following equipment is used in standing javelin?
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  5. Scissor technique can be applied in
    1. high jump.
    2. soccer.
    3. kabaddi. 
    4. softball.
  6. Which of the following is the first phase in high jump?
    1. Landing.
    2. Take off
    3. The run.
    4. Flight
  7. A teacher drew a diagram like the one drawn below.
    Sci42
    What did the teacher draw?
    1. shotput sector.
    2. rounders pitch. 
    3. javelin sector.
    4. volleyball pitch.
  8. Study the picture below.
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    The item drawn above can be used when practising
    1. football.
    2. high jump.
    3. handball. 
    4. volleyball.
  9. When practising tapping in soccer, we can  use our
    1. heads.
    2. hands.
    3. elbows .
    4. highs.
  10. How many players make up one kabaddi team?
    1. 7
    2. 11
    3. 12
    4. 6
  11. A group of learners was seen practising single hand dig pass. Which game were they preparing for?
    1. Handball.
    2. Volleyball.
    3. Football.
    4. Basketball.
  12. Study the type of pass below.
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    The type of pass above is called
    1. bounce pass.
    2. chest pass.
    3. dig pass.
    4. instep pass.
  13. Which of the following can be used to improvise a relay baton?
    1. Broken glasses.
    2. Maize stalks.
    3. Old clothes.
    4. Thread.
  14. Smitts are worn to protect our
    1. hands
    2. eyes
    3. knees.
    4. elbows.
  15. Which of the following is not a pool activity?
    1. Crouch surface dive.
    2. Backstroke
    3. Standing surface dive.
    4. Punting.

Marking Scheme

Science aad Technology  Agriculture  Home Science  Physical Education
  1. C
  2. C
  3. A
  4. B
  5. B
  6. D
  7. C
  8. B
  9. A
  10. D

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

 

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

 


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