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Creative Arts, Social Studies and Religious Education Questions and Answers - CBC Grade 6 KPSEA End Term 3 Exam 2022 Set 2

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Creative Arts And Social Studies

  1. During our daily activites, when we step on dusty or muddy soils with our shoes we create a
    1. shoc print
    2. foot print
    3. hand print
    4. soil print.
  2. Grade 6 learners modelled the item shown below using clay. The modelled geometrical form is
    1. conical
    2. pyramidal
    3. cube
    4. cuboid
  3. The beautiful style of writing messages on seasonal cards using letters or words is called
    1. embellishments
    2. dabbing
    3. calligraphy
    4. printing
  4. Grade 6 learners were making rectangular flower vases using clay. The best technique to be applied in this lesson was
    1. pinch
    2. coil
    3. slip
    4. slab
  5. The process of joining two or more pieces or leather using thin strips as shown below is called
    1. strapping 
    2. glueing sewing
    3. thonging
  6. The art of creating decorative designs by sewing or sticking pieces of Cabric onto another to form a picture or pattern is called
    1. collage
    2. applique technique
    3. montage
    4. tic and dye
  7. The main technique of making a marionette is
    1. construction and assemblage
    2. sculpture
    3. collage
    4. montage
  8. Which one of the following is not a 2D art work?
    1. Drawings.
    2. Crayon etching. 
    3. Paintings.
    4. Basketry.
  9. Legs and hands are the most common parts of the body that shows movement. They are called
    1. limbs
    2. body
    3. trunk
    4. abdomen.
  10. Parts of a letter that goes down when writing a message as shown below is called
    1. body
    2. ascender
    3. descender
    4. upper case
  11. Which of the following verses are found in East African Community Anthem? 
    1. Patriotism.
    2. Unity
    3. Hatred.
    4. Peace.
  12. A Grade 6 music teacher from Amani Primary school was icaching the Icarners about the type of song that was talking about issues affecting the society. Which of the following types of song was being taught?
    1. Topical song.
    2. Patriotic song.
    3. Action song
    4. Sacred song.
  13. The following are expressions that are used when singing. Which of the following expression talk about proper pronunciation of words inorder to understand the message?
    1. Dymamics.
    2. Diction.
    3. Tempo.
    4. Voice blend.
  14. Below is a wind instrument from a certain community. What is the name of the instrument?
    1. Milele.
    2. Abu.
    3. Nzumari.
    4. Coro.
  15. Name the musical note below.
    1. dotted minim
    2. crotchet
    3. minim
    4. semibreve
  16. Which hand(s) is used to play note D in a discand recorder?
    1. Left hand.
    2. Both Hands.
    3. Right hand.
    4. None.
  17. The diagram below shows a string instrument. Write the name and the community it belongs.
    1. Wandindi - Kikuyu
    2. Orutu - Luo
    3. Kimengeng' - Kalenjin
    4. Obekano - Kisii
  18. Abdi a Grade 6 learner was asked to state the element of music that describes the loudness or softness of a song. Which one was correct? 
    1. Tempo.
    2. Rhythm
    3. Dynamics
    4. Pitch.
  19. The following are musical notes and their corresponding rests. Which one is correctly matched with its rest?
  20. String instruments are played by
    1. hitting
    2. plucking 
    3. blowing
    4. shaking



Use the map above to answer questions 21 - 25 

  1. The climatic condition experienced in the southern part of Makao area is
    1. cool and dry
    2. hot and wet
    3. hot and dry
    4. cool and wet.
  2. The location of slaughter house in the map has been influenced by
    1. availability of raw material.
    2. presence of borehole .
    3. nearness to road network
    4. availability of good climate.
  3. What evidence in nap indicated that there is tourism activities in Makao area? 
    1. Markets.
    2. Railway line.
    3. Hotel
    4. Game reserve.
  4. The head or Makao area is likely to be
    1. Governor
    2. Deputy governor
    3. County commissioner
    4. Deputy County Commissioner.
  5. Three of the following economic activities are carried out in Makao arca except
    1. mining
    2.  livestock keeping:
    3. trading
    4. lumbering
  6. Which one of the following language groups is correctly matched with the area they settled in during migration into Eastern Africa?
    1. Highland Nilotes - Around Mt. Elgon.
    2. Bantus - Along river Nile.
    3. Cushites - Around the highlands of Ethiopia. 
    4. Semites - Around Lake Victoria.
  7. Grade 6 learners were told to download types of lakes from the internet, Michael was assisted by his guradian and downloaded the diagram below. What type of lake did they download?
    1. Crater lakes. 
    2. Lava dammed lakes.
    3. Rift valley lakes,
    4. Ox-bow lakes.
  8. Which one of the following is a similarity between the traditional government of Buganda Kingdom and the Nyamwezi cheisdom?
    1. Their leaders were appointed by the council of elders.
    2. They both had hereditary leadership.
    3. They both had a traditional parliament.
    4. They both had a monarchial government.
  9. Which one of the following minerals is correctly matched with the method of mining?
    1. Gold - Dredging.
    2. Copper - Deep shaft. 
    3. Limestone - Open cast.
    4. Soda ash - Drilling. 30.
  10. Grade 4 learners were asked by their socia! studies teacher to give the main reason why they started an entrepreneurship project in their school, who among them gave the correct answer?
    1. Amina- To make use of locally available resources.
    2. Peter - To help the school in buying land.
    3. Margaret - To help themn raise income.
    4. William - To help them create employment in school
  11. The headteacher of Kabarak Primary Schoool sabarak Primary School invited Mr. Kigen one of the officers from East  African Community to talk about challenges facing the organization. Which one of the following was not mentioned as a challenge?
    1. Poor roads.
    2. Mistrust among members.
    3. Use of a common currency.
    4. Natural calamities.
  12. Below are examples of rights and freedoms of Kenya citizens.
    1. Freedom of Movement.
    2. Right to health care.
    3. Right to fair pay.
    4. Righi to privacy
    5. freedom of speech.
      The Which one of these rights and freedoms are grouped as social?
      1. (ii) and (iv) 
      2. (i) and (v) 
      3. (iii) and (iv)
      4. (i) and (ii)
  13. Study the poster below.
     TAXES                     GRANTS
    LOANS                      COUNTERFINES
    From the above posters, the message communicated is
    1. types of expenditure
    2. sources of foreign exchange 
    3. sources of revenue 
    4.  types of taxes.
  14. Which arm of county government is headed by the governor?
    1. County Executive Committee.
    2. County Assembly.
    3. County Education Office.
    4. County wards,

      Use the diagram below to answer question 35
  15. Which one of the following mountains was formed through the process shown in the diagram  above?
    1. Mt. Elgon.
    2. Mt. Kilimanjaro.
    3. Mt. Longonot.
    4. Danakil alps.

Christian Religious Education

  1. God created the world in seven days. What did  he create on the fourth day?
    1. Sun, moon and stars. 
    2. Light and darkness.
    3. Sea creatures and birds. 
    4. The sky. 
  2. Adam and Eve lived in the Garden of Eden. God  chased them from the garden when they
    1. found that they were naked
    2. talked to the snake
    3. ate the fruit of the forbidden tree
    4. cultivated the land.
  3. Mr. Kioko explained to his grade 6 learners the books of the bible. Which of the following statements he did not mention?
    1. old testament has 27 books
    2. bible is divided into two parts 
    3. gospel books are four 
    4. bible was written by different authors. 
  4. Shadrack, Meshack and Abednego were thrown into the blazing fire furnace. Why did the King  command that they be thrown in the fire? They 
    1. were not true Hebrews
    2. did not pay taxes
    3. worshiped the golden statue
    4. refused to worship the golden statue.
  5. During the last supper Jesus washed his disciples feet What else did he do? Hie
    1. spoke in tongues
    2. was covered by a cloud
    3. broke the bread and gave to his disciples
    4. baptised the disciples.
  6. How many boys were killed by the two she-bears after mocking Prophet Elisha calling him 'baldy'?
    1. 2
    2. 36
    3. 18
    4. 42
  7. After Jesus was born, the wisemen from the East Compression visited him with gifts. Which of the following was not among the gifts?
    1. Gold..
    2. Silver.
    3. Myrrh.
    4. Frankincense.
  8. Mrs. Kariuki a sunday school teacher in Blessed  Worship Centre taught the young children the benefits of being kind using the story of how Jesus fed the 5000 men in the bible with loaves of bread and fish. How many baskets remained after feeding the people? 
    1. 8
    2. 5
    3. 2
    4. 12
  9. Jesus Christ walked over the water. When the disciples saw him they were frightened, they  thought he was
    1. mad
    2. a ghost
    3. an angel
    4. a spirit
  10. Jesus died and after three days he resurrected. Who informed Mary Magdalene and Mary that Jesus had risen?
    1. Peter.
    2. The Angel.
    3. Joseph of Arimathea
    4. Judas Iscariot
  11. We should be thankful to God for his good deeds in our lives. Which of the following is not a way of saying thankyou to God?
    1. Doing good things to other people.
    2. Sharing food with the needy.;
    3. Boasting about our wealth.
    4. Singing praises to God.
  12. Which of the following is the first statement in the Lords prayer?
    1. I believe in God, the father almighty....
    2. May the grace of the Lord Jesus.....
    3. Our father.....
    4. Oh God of all creation, bless......
  13. Tr. Dorcas asked her class to make cards with the fruits of the Holyspirit. Who among the following made them wrongly?
    1. James - Lovė, Peace, Gentleness
    2. Monica- Patience, Selfcontrol, faithfulness
    3. George- Prophecy, Preaching, Singing
    4. Jane - Peace, Joy, Humbleness
  14. During the Pentecost, the disciples of the sus did all the following except
    1. spoke in tongues
    2. preaches the word of God 
    3. the were drunk
    4. they were filled with the Holyspirit.
  15. Jesus home town was
    1. Nazareth
    2. Bethelehem
    3. Galilee .
    4. Antioch

Islamic Religious Activities

  1. What is “Al-Kauthar”? A
    1.  star in the darkness
    2. guidance in the ignorance
    3. mountain peak.
    4. river in paradise.
  2. In the Surah Al-Maun, Muslims should not mistreat
    1. orphans
    2. brother muslims 
    3. the non muslims 
    4. their neighbours.
  3. "Wama adiraaka mal-hutwama-Naarullahi muukada”. This is a quotation from Surah 
    1. Al-Qaaria
    2. Al-Humaza 
    3. Al-Quraish .
    4. Al-Kaafirun
  4. Which quotation completes this verse correctly?
    1. Truth and honesty.
    2. Kindness and respect.
    3. Truth and patience.
    4. Love and unity.
  5. "Allah suid in Surah Asr, "Man is in a loss except those who have faith, do righteous. deeds and advice each other on ...." In this Surah, Allah(s.w) swears by 
    1. the sun.
    2. the still morning.
    3. wonders of creation. 
    4. time.
  6. What are Hadith?
    1. Stories of Prophets.
    2. Sayings of Swahabas.
    3. The history of Islam
    4. Sayings of the Prophet.
  7. In the hadith of the prophet, we learn that Allah (s.w) judges people basing on their 
    1. actions.
    2. appearance 
    3. wealth
    4. race
  8. What did Allah promise those men who wear women clothes and women who wear the male clothings according to Hadith? A
    1. reward
    2. punishment
    3. curse
    4. confusion.
  9. There are pillars of Iman.
    1. three
    2. five
    3. six
    4. eleven
  10. What is Taqwa?
    1. The feeling of Allah.
    2. The fear of Allah.
    3. Seeing Allah.
    4. Reliance on Allah.
  11. A prophet of Allah was thrown in fire to burn off but Allah (s.w) ordered fire, “Be cool and safe on my servant”. This was Prophet
    1. Nuh (A.S)
    2. Yusuf(A.S)
    3. Musa (A.S)
    4. Ibrahim (A.S)
  12. How many brothers did Prophet Yusuf (A.S). had? 
    1. 11
    2. 10
    3. 12
    4. 9
  13. All the following are forms of Hadath Akbar except one. Which one?
    1. Sexual intercourse.
    2. Mestruation flow.
    3. Blood after birth.
    4. Passing stool.
  14. Which one of the following is not a reason why muslims should take Tayammum before Swalah? When
    1. water is dangerous for your health
    2. there is no water
    3. you already have Wudhu .
    4. a dangerous animal is near water for Wudhu.
  15. Who among the following people is not a recipient of Zakkat? 'The
    1. orphans
    2. poor
    3. new converts 
    4. needy.

Marking Scheme

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  5. A
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