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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 6 Opener Exams Term 2 2023 Set 3

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  1. During a nature walk, learners observed a plant remove gum, and fall its leaves. What characteristics of plants did it demonstrated? That plants
    1. reproduce 
    2. remove waste
    3. feed
    4. grow
  2. Which of the following parts of the digestive system stores undigested food for a short while?
    1. Colon
    2. Heum
    3. Rectum
    4. Stomach
  3. Which part of the human skeleton protects the lungs and the heart?
    1. Ribcage
    2. Skull
    3. Backbone
    4. Fore limb
  4. Which of the following sense organs is not matched with its function?
       Sense organ   Function 
     Light sensation 
     Head reception
  5. The diagram below represents some parts of the human breathing system
    Which of the following labelled parts controls the movement of air in and out of the lungs
    1. Z
    2. Y
    3. V
    4. W
  6. Which one of the following is not an effect of air pollution?
    1. Breathing problems 
    2. Poor visibility
    3. Irritation on the eyes
    4. Healthy lungs
  7. Which of the following is not a characteristic of clean water?
    1. Bad smell
    2. No taste
    3. It is colourless
    4. Has no smell
  8. Grade 4 pupils were sweeping a dusty compound. Which one of the following is not a precautionary safety measure they should take?
    1. Wear gloves
    2. Cover your eye only
    3. Wear dust mask
    4. Sprinkle water before sweeping
  9. What is the function of a C.P.U as part of computer?
    1. It processes information put in a computer 
    2. Converts information from a computer into paper form
    3. Used to key in information from the monitor
    4. Takes image from m-books, magazines pages and poster
  10. Which one of the following is the odd one out?
    1. Water
    2. Milk
    3. Juice
    4. Water vapour

The diagram below shows a mammalian heart. Use it to answer question 11-12.


  1. Which two blood vessels labelled P,Q,R,S above carry oxygenated blood?
    1. P and Q
    2. R and S
    3. Q and R
    4. P and S
  2. The chamber that pumps blood out of the heart to the body parts is labelled?
    1. T
    2. U
    3. V
    4. W
  3. The following are characteristics of a certain  group of animals
    1. They have fur
    2. They suckle their young ones
    3. They lay eggs
    4. They breath by means of gills
    5. They have mammary glands
      Which of the above characteristics are for all mammals
      1. i, ii, iii, iv
      2. i, ii, iii, v
      3. ii, iii, iv, v
      4. iii, v, ii, iv
  4. Which of the following words can be formed from the puzzle below
     M   X   W   P   M 
     S  O  N  C  Q
     B  T  U  G  K
     A  H  J  S  D
     F   R  V  I  E
    1. Computer
    2. Data
    3. Mouse
    4. Monitor
  5. All the following are diseases that affect the breathing system except
    1. pneumonia
    2. asthma
    3. T.B
    4. Dysentry
  6. A grade 4 pupil kicked a ball rested on the ground. What effect of force was being demonstrated?
    1. Force stops a moving object
    2. Force changes the shapes of an object
    3. Force starts motion
    4. Force changes direction of moving object
  7. The following are physical changes that takes in both boys and girls. Which one takes place in girls only?
    1. Enlargement of breasts
    2. Production of sex cells
    3. Growth of height
    4. Growth of pubic hair
  8. Which one of the following does not affect sinking and floating?
    1. Size
    2. Shape
    3. Types of material
    4. Density
  9. The process that takes place when a liquid. changes to become a gas is known as
    1. condensation
    2. sublimation
    3. evaporation
    4. freezing
  10. The largest component of blood is called?
    1. White blood cells
    2. Red blood cells
    3. Plasma
    4. Platelets


  1. Water is used in different ways in our community. Which of these uses is an industrial use of water?
    1. Irrigation
    2. Surfing
    3. Rearing fish
    4. Generating power
  2. Name an indigenous crop grown in Kenya
    1. Cowpeas
    2. Maize
    3. Sorghum
    4. Cocoyam
  3. Why is drip irrigation method better than the use of an overhead irrigation?
    1. Uses water sparingly
    2. Alot of water is used
    3. The rate of evaporation is high
    4. Used water can be re-used
  4. Name a common product that is produced by both sheep and goat
    1. wool
    2. mohair
    3. mutton
    4. milk
  5. Loam is the best soil for growing crops. Why do you think a farmer growing rice prefers to use clay soil?
    1. Clay soil is sticky
    2. Clay soil cracks when dry
    3. Clay soil has more nutrients
    4. Clay soil has poor drainage
  6. Why do you think a farmer covers the base of the young plant below with dry grass? To
    1. preserve nutrients 
    2. increase soil erosion
    3. reduce evaporation
    4. increase production
  7. Suggest two methods the farmer would use to control the growth of unwanted plants in the farm
    1. digging out and grafting
    2. weeding and mulching
    3. cover cropping and uprooting
    4. digging out and use of herbicide
  8. Which one of the following is not a nursery management practice
    1. watering seeds
    2. harvesting
    3. removing excess seedling
    4. weeding
  9. The soil erosion characteristics by deep and U-shaped channels on the ground can controlled by
    1. building check dams
    2. making terraces
    3. planting cover crops
    4. mulching
  10. Which one is a useful animal?
    1. Bee
    2. Hare
    3. Termite
    4. Snake


  1. The following are benefits of physical exercises for adolescents except
    1. helps control the weight
    2. reduces the risks of heart disease
    3. reduce stress and makes our mind relax
    4. makes us develop lungs and heart disease
  2. Which accessory has been worn in the picture below
    1. necklaces
    2. lipstick
    3. hand gloves
    4. headscarf 
  3. Alex wanted to preserve milk but does not have electricity, what should you advice him to do?
    1. Return the milk to the shop
    2. Advice him to boil
    3. Use a refrigerator
    4. make a home-made oven
  4. Which of the following is not a way of cooking food?
    1. Grilling
    2. Boiling
    3. Freezing
    4. Frying
  5. The following are common non-communicable disease except
    1.  diabetes
    2. hypertension
    3. heart disease
    4. tuberculosis
  6. Which one of the following is not an example of food that provides us with iron?
    1. Tuna
    2. Dark green leafy vegetables
    3. Managu
    4. Liver
  7. The following are steps taken, when administering first aid to an epileptic person except
    1. let the person lie on the ground
    2. remove anything around the person that may cause injury
    3. place something soft under his head 
    4. put alot of food in his mouth to eat
  8. Which of the foliowing materials cannot be used to make fragile utensils
    1. clay
    2. wood
    3. glass
    4. earthernware
  9. The following are food groups. Which one is not?
    1. Minerals
    2. Carbohydrates
    3. Proteins
    4. Vitamins
  10. James is preparing to attend his nephew's birthday. State one reason why he should dress decently? To
    1. show case his matching skills
    2. look respectful and appreciated
    3. slay and impress others
    4. show off to her nephew


  1. Which command position is shown below while performing bunch sprint start
    1. set
    2. go
    3. on
    4. stop
  2. The following are warm up activities during drop finish technique except
    1. plucking partners tail
    2. squat jumps
    3.  lateral rabbit jump
    4. scurling and stretching
  3. Which of the following is not an equipment used in high jump?
    1. Tape measure
    2. Ball
    3. Cross bar
    4. Upright bars
  4. Which is not a safety measure observed during scissor technique?
    1. Put on PHE attire appropriately
    2. Follow the instruction given by the teacher
    3. Ensure the runway is free from obstacle
    4. Injure your teammate with the crossbar
  5. An athletic event where the outgoing runner receives a baton without himself seeing the baton is called
    1. visual exchange baton
    2. athletic competition
    3. non-visual baton
    4. running exchange
  6. The skill shown below is called
    1. underarm service
    2. overarm service
    3. a volley service
    4. a dig
  7. The following are skills that can be done to develop balance except
    1. T-balance
    2. V-balance
    3. head stand
    4. crab walk
  8. The following are health measures to observe before taking off for outdoor activity. Which one is not?
    1. Clean food packaging
    2. Food well-cooked especially meat
    3. Pack boiled water
    4. Wash hands as they pack food
  9. In the relay race, the athletes normally exchange
    1. relay baton
    2. relay blows
    3. relay balls
    4. relay tie
  10. Which part of the softball bat is used in hitting the ball?
    1. Knob
    2. Barrel
    3. End cup
    4. Handle



  1. B
  2. C
  3. A
  4. D
  5. C
  6. D
  7. A
  8. B
  9. A
  10. D
  11. B
  12. D
  13. B
  14. C
  15. D
  16. C
  17. A
  18. A
  19. C
  20. C


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


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


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