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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 6 End Term 1 Exams 2023 Set 2

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  1. John saw the picture shown below on his way home. What type of soil erosion did he see? 
    1. Sheet erosion 
    2. Splash erosion 
    3. Gulley erosion
    4. Rill erosion. 
  2. Depressions in which plants are grown and are very useful where there is little rain are called 
    1. sunken beds
    2. gulley beds
    3. tunnel beds 
    4. potholes. 
  3. The following are deterrents that keep animals from destroying our crops. Which one is not?
    1. Wire mesh
    2. Safe traps 
    3. Deflectors
    4. Thorny fences.
  4. Plants with weak stems that grow along the ground are called 
    1. vegetable plants
    2. creeping plants
    3. mangrove plants
    4. fruits.
  5. John grew the vegetable crop below in his farm. 
    What is the name of the vegetable crop shown above?
    1. Spinach
    2. Cabbage
    3. Carrot
    4. Lentil.
  6. The following are tools and equipment used when caring for vegetable crops. Which one is not
    1. Wheelbarrow 
    2. Watering can 
    3. Rake 
    4. Jembe. 
  7. When we start cultivating crops, we first sow the seeds in a nursery and take care of them until they are ready for transplanting. Which of the following is a step involved when taking care of nurseries? 
    1. Mulching 
    2. Pruning
    3. Harvesting
    4. Intercropping. 
  8. The following are benefits of growing vegetables in the garden. Which one is not
    1. It saves money on food.
    2. It is enjoyable doing planting activities.
    3. Planting vegetables minimizes waste.
    4. It makes us rich. 
  9. Which one of the following is an indigenous food crop?
    1. Maize
    2. Sorghum
    3. Kales
    4. Cabbage.
  10. Domestic animals are kept at home for the following reasons except 
    1. to provide security
    2. providing foodstuff such as milk and eggs
    3. to provide labour
    4. to babysit.
  11. Wild animals can be a problem as they destroy our crops and domestic animals. Which of the following is a way of dealing with them without harming them?
    1. Use of sound devices such as metallic plates.
    2. Use of poison.
    3. Use of traps.
    4. Shooting them with arrows.
  12. Which one of the following is a disease that we can get from being bitten or scratched by wild animals?
    1. Diarrhoea
    2. Epilepsy
    3. Rabies
    4. Malaria. 
  13. The practice of planting crops to cover soil so that little water evaporates is called 
    1. intercropping
    2. covercropping
    3. mulching
    4. shading. 
  14. The practice of alteration of the properties of soil to improve its performance is called 
    1. soil erosion 
    2. soil improvement 
    3. soil alteration 
    4. soil organization.
  15. An advantage of using organic manure is that they 
    1. can be used for a long time without affecting the soil 
    2. cause soil erosion.
    3. make the soil change colour 
    4. make the plants sweeter. 
  16. Vertebrates are animals that 
    1. have backbones 
    2. do not have backbones.
    3. have hair or fur on their bodies 
    4. live in the water.
  17. The following are flowering plants except
    1. bean 
    2. algae
    3. orange 
    4. passion. 
  18. Which one of the following is not a sense organ in a human being? 
    1. Eyes 
    2. Tongue
    3. Head
    4. Skin
  19. The figure below shows a certain body muscle. 
    Which one of the following is not a function of the above muscles? 
    1. Protects the internal body organs. 
    2. Helps us stand upright.
    3. Supports the upper body. 
    4. Helps us to turn and twist our back. 
  20. When we breathe in, the body takes in and uses oxygen. Which gas do we breathe out and pass as a waste product? 
    1. Water vapour.
    2. Nitrogen
    3. Carbon monoxide 
    4. Carbon dioxide. 
  21. After a heavy rain season, children in Sakari area developed some cold and coughs. Which of the following is a sign and symptom of colds? 
    1. Nose block and sore throats.
    2. Body aches and headache.
    3. Fever and sweating. 
    4. Pain in the chest when coughing. 
  22. The following are main measures which should be taken in the prevention of cholera. Which one is not
    1. Covering cooked food to prevent flies from contaminating them. 
    2. Washing hands with soap and water after visiting the toilet and before handling food.
    3. Drinking clean boiled or treated water.
    4. Wearing protective clothes like gumboots and water tight gloves while working in stagnant water. 
  23. A bedbug is an external parasite. What is the meaning of an external parasite? 
    1. Small living things that are found on the skin of human beings. 
    2. Small living things that are found inside the body of human beings. 
    3. Creatures found underneath the water. 
    4. Living things that feed on dead animals.
  24. Grade 5 learners observed the picture below from internet. 
    What is the name of the parasite shown?
    1. Round worms. 
    2. Lice
    3. Hookworms.
    4. Tapeworm. 
  25. The following are the things you will need to key in information in a computer. Which one is used in typing? 
    1. The mouse 
    2. Monitor 
    3. A CPU 
    4. Keyboard. 
  26. Miriam wanted to go shopping and her mother gave her a shopping list. What is the importance of the shopping list?
    1. It helps save money as a person only buys what they need.
    2. It enables one to buy anything they like.
    3. It enables one to spend a lot of money.
    4. It makes one waste a lot of time.
  27. The following are factors we should consider when choosing foods from the general grocery. Which one is not? 
    1. The type of material the packaging is made of.
    2. The weight of the food item.
    3. If the food item is popular. 
    4. The price of the food items.
  28. John was advised by the doctor to take a balanced diet. What does a balanced diet consist of?
    1. Carbohydrates and vitamins only.
    2. Carbohydrates and minerals only.
    3. Proteins, carbohydrates and vitamins.
    4. Proteins and minerals only.
  29. The cooking method where food is placed inside a pan filled with hot oil is called 
    1. steaming
    2. boiling
    3. grilling 
    4. deep frying. 
  30. The following are hygiene practices to be observed except
    1. brushing teeth everyday
    2. combing the hair regularly 
    3. taking a bath daily and wearing clean clothes
    4. using a lot of deodorant when you haven'tbathed.
  31. The youths are advised to positively make use of digital devices. In what ways can they use digital devices positively? 
    1. Searching for information from the internet.
    2. Playing video games. 
    3. Watching scary movies. 
    4. Using the internet to bully others.
  32. Malia wants to make mandazis by deep frying them. What precautions does she need to observe to avoid injury?
    1. Not filling the pan with oil until it is full.
    2. Placing the mandazis only when the oil is coiling hot. 
    3. Throwing the mandazi in the oil and stay far away from the pan. 
    4. Pouring water on the oil if it gets too hot.
  33. Most kitchen tools are made of the following materials except
    1. melamine
    2. plastics
    3. aluminium
    4. ballast. 
  34. As Ben was cleaning dishes, he realized that he didn't have a scrubber. What material can he use instead? 
    1. Charcoal
    2. Soil
    3. Brush
    4. Sponge. 
  35. Sasha likes using accessories. Which of the following is among her accessories? 
    1. Lips tick 
    2. Bracelet
    3. Perfume
    4. Shampoo.
  36. The following are symptoms of a heart attack. Which one is not
    1. Feeling exhausted.
    2. Chest pain.
    3. Irregular and rapid heartbeats.
    4. Diahorrea.
  37. Grade five learners were asked to discuss the importance of good time management. They came up with the following points. Which one is not correct? It helps us to
    1. finish our work on time 
    2. do more tasks in less time 
    3. achieve what we want faster
    4. become strong. 
  38. Grade 4 learners were asked to match cleaning tools with materials used for making them. Which one of the following was not correctly matched? 
    1. Broom: Wires, twigs, reeds. 
    2. Dusters: Feathers or soft pieces of cloth.
    3. Mops: Coconut fibres or sisal fibres.
    4. Dust pan: Old jerry can or carton boxes. 
  39. Communicable diseases can be passed from one person to another. Which one of the following is a communicable disease?
    1. Diabetes 
    2. Coughs and colds 
    3. Epilepsy 
    4. High blood pressure.
  40. When performing a two-handed catch technique in ball games, where should the eye be facing? 
    1. Down on the ball.
    2. Back of the ball.
    3. On the coming ball.
    4. Over the ball. 
  41. A pupil performed a throw while his hips and shoulders were rotating and the throwing arm was moving downward and upward. Which pass was he performing? 
    1. Chest pass
    2. Over arm pass
    3. Under arm pass 
    4. Shoulder pass
  42. Grade 4 learners listed down places where they could play their games during free times. Which of the following places is secure?
    1. In the playground.
    2. In the dining hall.
    3. In the swimming pool.
    4. Along a busy highway. 
  43. The following are types of passes used in soccer. Which one is not
    1. Instep
    2. Ball of foot 
    3. Inside of foot
    4. Overarm pass.
  44. The figure below shows a rounder's bat. 
    The part marked X is mostly covered by
    1. wax
    2. rubber 
    3. metal 
    4. wool.
  45. Mr. Jumwa gave his grade 4 learners different ropes. Which of the following activities can they play using the rope? 
    1. Dancing
    2. Hide and seek 
    3. Skipping 
    4. Bean bay game. 
  46. The Warrior team have a match in the afternoon. They have to practice in the morning. Which one of the following is a cool down activity that they can perform? 
    1. Slow dance
    2. Rabbit jumps 
    3. Squat jumps 
    4. Frog jumps. 
  47. Abel saw the facility below in the field. What is the name of the facility shown?
    1. Serving area 
    2. Landing area
    3. Clearing area 
    4. Pivot point. 
  48. The best weight for a javelin to be used by grade 6 learners should be
    1. 200g 
    2. 400g
    3. 1kg 
    4. 250g. 
  49. The following are steps used in releasing a javelin. 
    1. Throw in a straight line at the top
    2. Withdraw the javelin
    3. Release the javelin from the fingers
    4. Stand facing forward with body turned
      Which of the following is the correct order of performing the release? 
      1. (iv), (i), (ii), (iii)
      2. (ii), (i), (iv), (iii) 
      3. (iii), (iv), (i), (ii) 
      4. (iv), (ii), (iii), (i)
  50. A Grade 6 learner was seen performing the activity below. Which technique was he performing? 
    1. Straddle 
    2. Wounded duck 
    3. Straddle cross 
    4. Skier. 


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