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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 5 End of Term 2 CBC Exams 2022 Set 2

  1. Some Grade 5 learners were asked to name some wastes that decompose easily.
    This was their response.
    Rono:        Banana peels.
    Atieno:      Kitchen refuse.
    Wambua:  Leaves.
    Cheptoo:  Plastic bottles.
    Who was not correct?
    1.  Wambua.
    2.  Cheptoo.
    3. Rono.
    4. Atieno.
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  3. In which of the following levers is the fulcrum between the effort and the load?
    1. Wheelbarrow. 
    2. Claw hammer.
    3. Broom.
    4. Fishing rod.
  4. Which of the following parts of a computer is correctly matched with its function?
    1. Monitor -- provessing data.
    2. Keyboard... producing hard copies.
    3. Screen -typing.
    4. Mouse - selecting parts of text.
  5. A certain substance had the following characteristics:
    1. It had no definite shape.
    2. It had a definite volume. 
    3. It also had a definite mass.
      The substance being described above is most likely to be
      1. a stone.
      2. tea.
      3. charcoal.
      4. air.
  6. One afternoon, Kantai was typing an e mail on a computer. In which part of the computer was his work displayed? On the
    1. CPU.
    2. keyboard.
    3. printer.
    4. VDU.
  7. Which of the following flowering plants?
    1. Black jack and moss. 
    2. Beans and moulds. 
    3. Maize and grass.
    4. Blackjack and algae.
  8. Which one of the following sense organs is responsible for sight?
    1. Nose.
    2. Ears.
    3. Skin.
    4. Eyes.
  9. All the following can be worn when handling harmful plants except
    1. hairbands. 
    2. gloves. 
    3. goggles.
    4. aprons.
  10. In a certain habitat, an animal with the following characteristics was seen:
    1. Its body was covered with fur.
    2. It had a constant body temperature. 
    3. It was an egg-laying animal.
    4. It had mammary glands.
      Which of the following animals was likely to have been seen?
      1. Bat.
      2. Bird.
      3. Spiny ant-eater.
      4. Tortoise.
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  11. Which one of the following is not a function of the part marked A?
    1. Gaseous exchange.
    2. Warming the air we breath.
    3. It cleans the air.
    4. Moistening of the air.
  12. The part that contains C-shaped cartillages is labelled
    1. B
    2. A
    3. D
    4. C
  13. What is the name of the part marked C?
    1. Left lung.
    2.  Bronchus.
    3.  Bronchiole.
    4. Diaphragm.
  14. The following are steps when typing a document but not in the correct order. 
    1. Edit 
    2. Type 
    3. Save 
    4. Print.
      Which of the following is the correct order of the steps? 
      1. i, ii, iii, iv 
      2. i, ii, iv, iii
      3. ii, iii, i, iv
      4. ii, i, iii, iv
  15. Which one of the following is a waterborne disease?
    1. Typhoid
    2. Tuberculosis
    3. Epilepsy
    4. Malaria
  16. Which of the following lists consists only of materials needed when making a compost pit?
    1. Kitchen refuse, nails, top soil.
    2. Plastic bottles, banana peels, ash. 
    3. Old clothes, famyard manure, maize stalks.
    4. Rotting fruits, ash, top soil.
  17. Prevention of reduced fertility of soil is called soil
    1. erosion.
    2. conservation.
    3. structure.
    4. profile.
  18. All the following may be needed when making a scarecrow except
    1. old clothes.
    2.  strings.
    3.  sticks.
    4. glue.
  19. Which one of the following is not a way of conserving water in the farm? 
    1. Pruning. 
    2. Shading.
    3. Mulching.
    4. Cover-cropping.
  20. Which one of the following is a suitable way of caring for young climbing fruit plants?
    1. Pruning.
    2. Harvesting.
    3. Supporting the vines.
    4. Exposing the roots to sun heat.
  21. Some Grade 5 learners were asked to name various domestic animals and their uses to human beings. Here is what they said:
    Hashim: sheep-gives us mutton and milk.
    Nadia:    dog-guards our homes.
    Karim:    donkey-helps humans during transportation.
    Maria:     goat-gives quality milk to the farmer.
    Who was wrong?
    1. Nadia.
    2. Karim
    3. Hashim
    4. Maria.
  22. Which of the following gardening tools can be used to dig a hard ground?
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  23. Which one of the following statements is not true about container gardening?
    1. Container gardens save water. 
    2. Old tyres can be used to establish a container garden.
    3. A container garden can be moved from one place to another.
    4. Crops to be sold outside the country can be planted in container gardens.
  24. Which of the following crops is correctly matched with its type?
    1. Vegetable - onion.
    2. Cereal - kales.
    3. Legume - wheat.
    4. Fruit - cucumber.
  25. Fruit trees in the nursery bed can be cared for by all the following except
    1. watering.
    2. harvesting. 
    3. weeding.
    4. thinning.
  26. All the following are examples of fuels used at home. Which one is not?
    1. Firewood.
    2. Shampoo. 
    3. Gas.
    4. Charcoal.
  27. Which of the following foods is correctly matched with the nutrients it provides?
    1. Carrots - carbohydrates
    2. Maize - proteins
    3. Pineapples - iron
    4. Spinach - vitamins
  28. Kitchen utensils that can break easily are said to be
    1. weak.
    2. durable. 
    3. fragile. 
    4. glasses.
  29. Meat can be cooked using all the following methods except
    1.  frying
    2.  boiling.
    3.  baking.
    4. grilling.
  30. Study the type of stitch shown below.
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    The type of stitch shown above is called 
    1. back stitch. 
    2. chain stitch.
    3. running stitch. 
    4. loop stitch.
  31. Which of the following needle work tools shows a thimble? A. O
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  32. The diagram below shows a kitchen tool.
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    The tool drawn above was made using
    1. clay. 
    2. iron sheets,
    3. plastic.
    4. metals. 
  33. Which one of the following is not a sign associated with kwashiorkor?
    1. Loose brownish hair.
    2. Swollen limbs.
    3. Breathlessness.
    4. Pot belly.
  34. Cereals can be preserved in
    1.  refrigerators.
    2.  water.
    3.  polythenes.
    4. sacks. 
  35. A cleaning tool used to collect rubbish to be thrown away is called a ______________________
    1. rubbish bin.
    2. dust pan,
    3. dust bin.
    4. rubbish pit.
  36. Kariandusi was seen practising the gymnastics skill below.
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    Probably, Kariandusi was practicing  
    1. somersault.
    2. handstand.
    3. cart wheel.
    4. forward roll.
  37. Pivoting is a sports activity that is applied 
    1. swimming. 
    2. kabaddi.
    3. soft ball.
    4. frisbee.
  38. Study the illustration below.
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    The type of catch shown above is applied in frisbee. What is the name of the type of catch?
    1. Double rim catch.
    2. Two handed rim catch.
    3. Single handed rim catch.
    4. Double hands rim catch.
  39. How many actions are combined when  practicing through vault into forward roll?
    1. Two
    2. Four
    3. Five
    4. Three
  40. When practicing handwalk, the weight of the whole body rests on the
    1. feet
    2. hands
    3. knees
    4. shoulder
  41. Which of the following shows a rounders bat?
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  42. Name the rope work technique below.
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    1. Single rope bounce
    2. Double feet bounce.
    3. One foot bounce. 
    4. Two feet bounce.
  43. Jumping rope regularly can help us prevent
    1.  headache.
    2. stomachache.
    3.  fitness.
    4. obesity.
  44. What is the use of a floater in swimming?
    1. It normally floats on the surface of water.
    2. It can be used to sink a swimmer.
    3. Beginners can use it to learn.
    4. It can be made using inflated tubes. i
  45. Which of the following statements is true about a swimming pool?
    1. Swimmers should shower before using the swimming pool.
    2. Swimmers can take snacks and light drinks while swimming
    3. All participants must wear helmets for safety in the swimming poolTo save time, swimmers can urinate in the swimming pool. 
  46. Which of the following is not a component of health related fitness?
    1. Muscular strength.
    2. Cardiorespiratory endurance.
    3. Mental preparation.
    4. Flexibility. 
  47. All the following are reasons for drinking water during games. Which one is not
    1. It regulates the rate of our heartbeat.
    2. It lubricates joints.
    3. Water forms saliva.
    4. It regulates body temperature.
  48. In ABC of first aid C, stands for
    1. cotton.
    2. condition
    3.  circular.
    4. circulation.
  49. Blowing the nose very hard can lead to
    1. fatigue.
    2.  fainting.
    3. nose bleeding.
    4. nausea.
  50. All the following can be found in a first aid kit except
    1. a scissor. 
    2. a pair of pliers. 
    3. bandages. 
    4. methylated spirit.

MARKING SCHEME

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

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