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Integrated Science Questions and Answers - Grade 5 Mid Term 2 Exam 2023 Set 3

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  1. A computer program that can be used to create, edit, save, retrieve and print documents is known as __________________
    1. spreadsheets
    2. word processor
    3. data base systems
    4. graphics programs
  2. Fanaka inflated a balloon as shown in the diagram below.
    From what Fanaka did, it can be concluded that;
    1. air is a gas.
    2. gases have mass.
    3. gases occupy space.
    4. gases have indefinite volume.
  3. Grade 4 learners from Kifaru Primary observed one of the school workers using a wheelbarrow as shown below.

    Which other lever has the position of the Load, Fulcrum and Effort at the same point as the wheelbarrow?
    1. nutcracker
    2. fishing rod
    3. a spade
    4. a seesaw
  4. Mwanaisha discovered that force can change the size of ar object. Which of the following statements can be used to demonstrate what Mwanaisha discovered?
    1. A goalkeeper stopping a ball that has been shot towards the goal.
    2. A toy car that stops moving after hitting the wall.
    3. A leaner that squeezes a circular clay ball using his hands.
    4. A girl who pulls a rubber band to its full length.
  5. Which of the following statements is true
    1. Digestion of proteins takes place in the mouth.
    2. Absorption of digested food takes place in the stomach.
    3. Vitamins are directly absorbed into the body without being digested.
    4. Water is absorbed back into the body in the ileum.
  6. The following are uses of the Save As command. Which one is not?
    1. Saving a document using a new file name.
    2. Changing the location where the document is to be saved.
    3. Saving the changes that have been made on an existing document.
    4. Saving a document for the first time.
  7. The following are ways of managing solid waste. Which of the ways shows recycling? 
    1. Making compost manure from organic waste.
    2. Making a pencil holder from metallic cans. 
    3. Selling old newspapers to shopkeepers for wrapping.
    4. Using plastic containers that had cooking oil to carry water
  8. Grade 4 learners from Kamagambo Junior School made a water filter as shown below.
    At what point do you think the learners put small stones?
    1. L
    2. H
    3. J
    4. M
  9. Which of the following diseases can be managed by the use the item shown in the diagram?
    1. Pneumonia
    2. Asthma
    3. Influenza
    4. Tuberculosis
  10. The amount or quantity of matter in an object is known as;
    1. mass
    2. volume
    3. weight
    4. shape
  11. Which of the following materials is translucent?
    1. car windscreen
    2. frosted glass
    3. mirror
    4. a brick wall
  12. Zawadi wanted to save his work on the computer. Which short cut would you advise him to use?
    1. Ctrl + C
    2. Ctrl + V
    3. Ctrl + N
    4. Ctrl + S
  13. I am a part of the breathing system. I allow lungs to contract and expand during the breathing process. Who am I?
    1. bronchi
    2. diaphragm
    3. windpipe
    4. air sacs
  14. Mulwa had the following signs and symptoms.
    • Stomach pains
    • Appetite loss
    • Skin rashes
    • Red area on the skin that is itchy
    • General body weakness
    • Weight loss
    • Paleness of the skin
    • Wheezing when breathing
      It is likely that Mulwa had;
      1. hookworms.
      2. tapeworms.
      3. roundworms.
      4. pinworms
  15. Scabies are caused by _______________________________.
    1. jiggers 
    2. lice
    3. mites
    4. bedbugs


  1. It is necessary to recover eroded soil because; 
    1. it prevents soil erosion.
    2. it has nutrients.
    3. it is not fertile.
    4. it easily carried by water.
  2. In container gardening, we make holes at the bottom of the bucket because;
    1. the roots of the crops should get out of the bucket.
    2. nutrients get in through the holes.
    3. water gets in through the holes.
    4. excess water gets out through the holes. 
  3. Mary and Molly constructed some shade above the young fruit plants that had been planted. What is the purpose of what they did?
    1. to reduce soil erosion
    2. to reduce the rate of water evaporation in the soil
    3. to increase soil fertility
    4. to improve soil texture
  4. Which of the following ways does not conserve water in the soil?
    1. irrigation
    2. mulching
    3. shading
    4. planting cover crops
  5. Compost manure is ready for use after how long?
    1. 3 months
    2. 6 months
    3. 1 month
    4. 6 weeks
  6. What should Nuru use to protect his feet when working on the farm?
  7. Mzee Odongo noticed that the seedlings on the nursery bed were congested and weak. What would you advisable him to do?
    1. weeding
    2. thinning
    3. shading
    4. watering
  8. The following are examples of cereals, except;
    1. maize
    2. millet
    3. sorghum
    4. beans
  9. Which of the following equipment or tools can be used to maintain seedlings on the seed bed?
  10. Teacher Muhindi wanted to buy animals that could be used for digging and give them meat when they are slaughtered. Which of the following animals should Teacher Muhindi buy?
    1. cows
    2. oxen
    3. ram
    4. buck
  11. Which of the following is not a climbing
    1. grapes
    2. kiwi
    3. raspberries
    4. apples
  12. Grade 5 learners were asked to name planting materials for climbing fruit plants. Who gave the correct planting materials only? 
    1. Abbie: roots, stem cuttings, vine cutting
    2. Wesly: stem cuttings, vine cutting, roots 
    3. James: vine cutting, buds, roots
    4. Tes: seeds, stem cuttings, vine cutting
  13. When controlling small wild animals that harm our crops, it is not advisable to;
    1. plant chilli plants around the crop field. 
    2. kill the small wild animals that we trap.
    3. use loud sound to scare the animals.
    4. use dogs to scare the wild animals.
  14. Which of the following statements is true?
    1. The soil with the smallest particles retains the highest amount of water.
    2. Rice grows well on the soil with medium particles.
    3. The soil with the largest particles retains the highest amount of water.
    4. The soil with medium particles does not retain water.
  15. Soil erosion is likely to take place on the part of the farm that;
    1. has not have clay soil.
    2. have nothing growing on it.
    3. has grass growing on it.
    4. is very fertile.


  1. Which of the following is a way of caring for enamel earthenware?
    1. Do not wash in warm water.
    2. Avoid knocking them.
    3. Do not use them frequently.
    4. Hang them upside down.
  2. Kheri would wish to preserve milk which he has to use two days later. Which of the following is the best method of preservation?
    1. Refrigeration
    2. Fermentation
    3. Canning
    4. Boiling
  3. Grade 4 learners grouped fuels as shown in the table below.
     Type of fuel   Used to cook   Warms the house   Provides light  
     Fuel X  Yes  Yes  Yes
     Fuel P  Yes  Yes  No
     Fuel R  Yes  No  Yes
     Fuel B  Yes  No  Yes
    Electricity can be represented by letter _______________________.
    1. B
    2. P
    3. R
    4. X
  4. The following is the importance of making a shopping list except;
    1. It saves money.
    2. It helps in buying the most important items.
    3. It saves time.
    4. It helps in buying items that are cheaper. 
  5. It is true that glasses should;
    1. be stacked.
    2. not be washed one at a time.
    3. be washed using a soft material. 
    4. be washed in very hot water.
  6. Suctioning is done by use of ______________________________ 
    1. a broom
    2. a mop
    3. a vacuum cleaner
    4. brush
  7. Which of the following cooking facilities can be used anywhere, it is quick to use, it is clean in use, it is locally and readily available?
    1. electric cooker
    2. charcoal jiko
    3. firewood jiko
    4. cooking gas
  8. When taking care of the bedroom, which of the following should be done weekly?
    1. Spreading the bed.
    2. Fixing the mosquito net.
    3. Changing the bed sheets.
    4. Opening the windows and the door.
  9. A kitchen should not be close to the _____________________________.
    1. living room
    2. food store
    3. toilet
    4. back door
  10. Fragile utensils are those that;
    1. break easily.
    2. are expensive.
    3. are brightly coloured.
    4. are very important.


  1. The following are hurdling stages. Which of the stages in the second one?
    1. Landing
    2. Take off and flight
    3. Approach
    4. Hurdle clearance
  2. ______________________________ is the act of sending the ball to the batsman using a continuous smooth under arm action.
    1. Batting
    2. Bowling
    3. Attacking
    4. Defending
  3. The following happens to someone during exercise. Which one does not?
    1. The heart beats faster.
    2. The person feels thirsty.
    3. The body temperature rises.
    4. The blood flow reduces.
  4. Dhahabu's group of muscle can perform a repeated action without getting tired. This means that Dhahabu has;
    1. cardiovascular strength. 
    2. muscular endurance.
    3. muscular hard work.
    4. cardiac stamina.
  5. Kipkoech is an athlete. Which of the following does he need in very small quantities?
    1. Carbohydrates
    2. Vitamins
    3. Proteins
    4. Fats and oils
  6. Grade 4 learners were practicing how to make an instep pass. Which of the parts shown should they use?
    1. G
    2. Z
    3. J
    4. Q
  7. In _________________________ technique, the athlete crosses the finish line at top speed when the trunk is leaning forward with shoulders and chest.
    1. elongated start
    2. medium start
    3. standing finish
    4. run through finish
  8. In long jump, the sprinting or approach area is known as _____________________________________
    1. take off board
    2. landing area
    3. runway
    4. sprint zone
  9. When performing standing discuss, the score cards are used for;
    1. marking several throws that are made.
    2. recording the scores that are made.
    3. measuring the distance of each throw. 
    4. writing the names of the participants.
  10. In which style of rope skipping does one jump the rope alternating the right and left foot in front and back in a repeated rhythm? 
    1. straddle 
    2. skier
    3. straddle cross
    4. flip flop


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