SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.
- When creating a document in Word, the save as option
- helps you to edit the document.
- asks you where to save the document.
- helps you to change the font type.
- saves the document created.
- A group of Grade 4 learners sat in a circle. They then put a radio at the centre of the circle. All of them would to hear the sound from the radio because
- sound travels in a straight line.
- sound travels faster than light.
- sound travels in all directions.
- they were all near the radio.
- In which of the following computing devices do we find the start button?
- Mati set up an experiment like the one below to investigate a certain property of light.
Mati could not reach a conclusion because
- his eye was too close to the cards.
- the burning candle was not very bright.
- he did not make holes on the cards.
- he used very few cards.
- Which of the following action opens an icon on the computer screen?
- Double clicking
- Selecting and highlighting.
- Left clicking.
- Right clicking.
- Which of the following lists contains wastes that decomposes easily only?
- Polythene, leaves, nails.
- Metals, wood, seeds.
- Plastic, metals, staples.
- Leaves, wood, seeds.
- Use the diagram below to answer the following questions.
The part called sternum is labelled
- Which of the following is the function of part Y?
- Strengthening the femur.
- Connecting the limbs.
- The chart below shows a part of classification of animals.
Which of the following animals would correctly fit at R and S respectively?
- Flea and man.
- Rat and locust.
- Centipede and millipede.
- Fish and hen.
- Which of the following statements is not true about force? Force can
- change the direction of a moving object.
- be created.
- start a motion.
- stop a moving object.
- Some Grade 4 learners were asked to give examples of good conductors of heat. Their views were as follows:
Karisa: Plastic rod.
Who among the learners was correct?
- Which one of the following lists consists of objects that can sink only?
- Coin, key.
- Leaf, stone.
- Marble, cork.
- Chalk, wood.
- The diagram below shows an example of levers.
The part called fulcrum is labelled
- The type of teeth which is chisel shaped
- has one root.
- is used for grinding.
- has cusps and ridges.
- is never shed.
- During breathing, the exchange of gases takes place in the
- chest cavity.
- All the following animals give us milk.
Which one does not?
- Below is a domestic animals reared in Kenya.
The animal drawn above is a
- A Grade 5 learner saw a young plant like the one below.
What was the importance of erecting sticks around the young plant as shown?
- So that it grows faster.
- To protect it from excessive sun heat,
- To protect it from physical damage.
- To make it use little water and avoid wastage.
- A climbing fruit vine can be supported using
- All the following are ways of caring for young climbing fruit plants except
- protecting them from any light from the sun.
- applying manure and fertilizer at their bases.
- Watering them for a good growth.
- Weeding them.
- Which of the following lists consists of cereals only?
- Carrots, rice, millet.
- Greengrams, maize, sorghum.
- Millet, rice, maize.
- Spinach, wheat, oats.
- The diagram below shows a method of conserving water in gardening practices.
The conservation method shown above is called
- Below is a gardening tool.
The tool drawn above can be used for
- watering seedlings.
- carrying manure.
- transplanting seedlings.
- carrying young animals.
- A ripe guava looks
- A group of Agriculture learners set up an experiment like the one below to investigate some properties of soil.
Which of the following statements is not true about the experiment?
- Both soil X and Y are not good for farming.
- Soil X has the largest particles.
- Soil W cannot be used for construction.
- Soil Y is sandy soil.
- Which one of the following is an example of nutrients?
- Ripe banana.
- Instilling product awareness cannot be done using
- report books.
- Tuberculosis is a common communicable disease that can be caused by
- drinking unboiled milk.
- living in well ventilated houses.
- working in marshy areas.
- immunisation in early stages of life.
- Which one of the following is the best method of preventing the spread of malaria?
- Clearing grass and bushes around our homes.
- Sleeping under treated mosquito nets.
- Closing doors and windows in the evening.
- Cooking food properly.
- Some learners were asked to name some foods that can be dry fat fried:
Who among the learners was correct?
- The diagram below shows a kitchen equipment.
The equipment drawn above can be cleaned using
- charcoal powder.
- steel wool.
- wood ash.
- crushed egg shells
- Select a pair of foodstuffs that provides the same nutrients.
- Beans and maize.
- Wheat and rice.
- Greengrams and millet.
- Sorghum and groundnuts.
- Dry maize can be preserved in
- polythene bags
- All the following are examples of legumes.
Which one is not?
- Soya beans.
- Which one of the following is not a launder's item?
PHYSICAL HEALTH EDUCATION.
- Single human crutch method can be used to
- rescue a drowning swimmer.
- transport an injured person.
- turn an injured person.
- help a player gain more energy.
- A teacher was seen applying cold press on a pupil. The pupil was likely to have suffered
- Blowing the nose too hard is likely to lead to
- nose bleeding.
- Which of the following items is not found in the first aid box?
- Pain killers.
- Fore hand and back hand throws are both applicable in
- Study the diagram below.
The type of throw demonstrated above is called
- overhead throw.
- kneeling throw.
- kneeling overhead throw.
- overhead kneeling throw.
- Single bounce and double bounce techniques are both applied in
- rope work.
- Which of the following are both water games?
- Cutting and backstroke.
- Side stroke and breast stroke.
- Marking and pivoting.
- Cutting and sidestroke.
- Study the move shown below. The gymnastics move shown above is called
- head stand.
- shoulder roll.
- hand walk.
- Which of the following shows the correct order of phases in hurdles?
- Clearance, flight, take off, approach.
- Approach, take off, flight, clearance.
- Approach, flight, take off, clearance.
- Clearance, take off, flight, approach.
- Which of the following materials can be used to fill a long jump pit?
- In softball, catcher's smitts are used to protect the
- The diagram below shows a sports equipment.
The equipment drawn above is used when playing
- Some players were seen practising pivoting in their community field. Which game were they preparing for?
- Standing discus.
- Long jump.
- Rope work.
- Which of the following techniques is the odd one out?
- Legal touches.
- Straddle cross.