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Summative Test in Science IV

Quiz by Jacqueline P. Cortez

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  • Q1

    Which material allows water to pass through?





  • Q2

    Materials that are denser than water go down under the surface. Which material can sink in water?

    metal spoon           


    plastic bottle

    rubber slipper

  • Q3

    Which of the following materials can be used to prevent you from drowning



    small plastic bottle


  • Q4

    Our household waste materials must be disposed of properly. How should we segregate it?

    hard and soft     

    small and big                                                                                  

    colors and texture

    decaying and non-decaying

  • Q5

    Your mother wants to dispose the leftover foods from her kitchen. How should non-decaying waste materials be disposed of?

    by composting                                             

    by throwing anywhere 

    by reusing and recycling

    by dumping it in the river

  • Q6

    Keisha is about to leave the house. She noticed that rain is pouring outside. What is the best material to be used to avoid getting wet?     

    banana leaf                                        


    long sleeve    


  • Q7

    A glass of milk is poured on the table. You want to dry it at once. Which material below are you going to use?           

    cotton balls 

    tissue paper 


    rug made of cloth

  • Q8

    Change in solid materials by tearing, twisting, folding, and cutting causes change in_____________.  

    size and shape                            

    texture and smell      

    color and odor

    odor and volume

  • Q9

    Ichigo bought several pieces of tie wire from the hardware store. Accidentally, on his way home, some pieces of the tie wire were bent. Describe what happened to the property of the tie wire when it was bent.

    changed its size and shape  

    changed its odor                                    

    changed its texture

    changed its color and size

  • Q10

    Molding clay to make different shapes is a fun activity. How can you make a cooking pot using clay?

    by molding and pressing

    by cutting and hammering                                                        

    by pressing and cutting

    by bending and hammering

  • Q11

    A fresh apple has a sweet smell while a rotten apple gives a foul odor. Describe the type of change that happens when an apple becomes rotten.

    chemical change

    physical change                      

    color change

    odor change

  • Q12

    What change happens when ice becomes water?

    solid to liquid

    liquid to solid                              

    liquid to gas   

    solid to gas

  • Q13

    You heated a piece of metal using a candle. What do you think will happen to the metal after 5 minutes?

    There is no change in the metal because of the limited time of exposure.

    The metal melts.                                     

    The metal expands.

    The metal cracks because of the heat.

  • Q14

    What happens to a candle when you light it after an hour?

    The candle will melt.                           

    The candle will change color. 

    There is no change in the candle.

    The candle will change its texture.

  • Q15

    Environmental impacts are changes in the natural environment resulting directly from an activity that can have adverse effects on the air, land, and water. Which one does not produce a harmful effect on the environment?

    Composting decaying materials

    Burning dry leaves                                          

    Dumping trash in the backyard

    Throwing away garbage in the river


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