Martes, Oktubre 3, 2017

Grade 4 Science Exam Reviewer


Grade 4 Science Branches of Science Worksheet

Direction: Draw a line from Column A to the corresponding item in Column B.

Column A Column B
  1. Study of how organisms interact with each other                                   A. Physics
and their environment

  1. Study of the world and how it works                                                       B. Botany

  1. Study of properties and composition of substances                               C. Science
and the changes they undergo

  1. Study of internal structure and parts of living things                                D. Anatomy

  1. Science of the earth, its structure, and                                                     E. Astrology
changes it has undergone

  1. Study of celestial objects in the universe                                                  F. Astronomy

  1. Study of animals                                                                                        G. Biology

  1. Science of genes, heredity and the variation of organisms                       H. Zoology

  1. Science that deals with the properties of matter and                                 I. Chemistry
energy and of its interactions between them

  1. Study of living organisms                                                                           J. Ecology

  1. Study of plant life                                                                                       K. Geology
                                                  
                                                                                                                         L. Genetics
                          
                                                                                                                        











Grade 4 Science Philippine-based and International-based Scientists Worksheet

Direction: Encircle the right answer.

  1. Filipino cardiologist and pharmacologist and advocate of the use of virgin coconut oil (VCO) and its health benefits, aka Dr. Coconut
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Conrado Dayrit
      3. Gregorio Zara
      4. Jonas Salk
  2. Filipina pediatrican and first Asian woman admitted to Harvard University, invented the incubator
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Conrado Dayrit
      3. Gregorio Zara
      4. Jonas Salk
  3. Invented two-way TV or videophone, discovered the physical law of electrical kinetic resistance, invented an airplane engine that ran on plain alcohol as fuel
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Conrado Dayrit
      3. Gregorio Zara
      4. Jonas Salk
  4. Discovered and developed the first safe and effective polio vaccine and researched on influenza and other infectious disease
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Alessandro Guiseppe Volta
      3. Stephen Hawking
      4. Jonas Salk
  5. Pioneer in the field of electricity, developed the concept of state of saturation of bodies to explain attractions and repulsions of electrified bodies
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Alessandro Guiseppe Volta
      3. Stephen Hawking
      4. Jonas Salk
  6. Expert on blackholes and unified quantum mechanics with Einstein’s general theory of relativity
      1. Fe del Mundo
      2. Alessandro Guiseppe Volta
      3. Stephen Hawking
      4. Jonas Salk






Grade 4 Science Steps of Scientific Method Worksheet

Direction: Encircle the right answer.

  1. Narrow your choices to only one. Get help from teachers and parents to explore questions that define what you would like to investigate.
      1. Asking appropriate questions
      2. Identifying problem
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Formulate specific question in chosen topic. Indicate what will be studied and variables that will be observed.
      1. Asking appropriate questions
      2. Identifying problem
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Come up with educated guess or how scientists think an experiment will turn out.
      1. Asking appropriate questions
      2. Identifying problem
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Read books, magazines, articles, pamphlets, brochures, etc. You can also interview, talk with, meet, confer, or visit experts. 
      1. Asking appropriate questions
      2. Identifying problem
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Do the experiment, observe the changes under difficult conditions. Trial and error must done. Decide how many times you will test, the number of subjets, and materials needed.
      1. Conducting the experiment
      2. Keeping records
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Maintain a book of observations during the experiment. This provides accurate summary of the events.
      1. Conducting the experiment
      2. Keeping records
      3. Referring to authority
      4. Developing hypothesis

  1. Do the experiment more than once to validate your initial results.
      1. Conducting the experiment
      2. Keeping records
      3. Repeating the experiment
      4. Analyzing the results

  1. Combine and go over all the available results to formulate a conclusion
      1. Conducting the experiment
      2. Keeping records
      3. Repeating the experiment
      4. Analyzing the results

  1. Answer the hypothesis based on your experiment
      1. Conducting the experiment
      2. Developing a conclusion
      3. Repeating the experiment
      4. Analyzing the results






























Grade 4 Science Major Internal Organs of the Body Worksheet

Direction: Encircle the right answer.

  1. Responsible for the major actions performed by the body. It allows you to think and control the other parts of the body. It has four major parts which function differently from one another.
      1. Brain
      2. Heart
      3. Lungs
      4. Liver

  1. Made up of lobes, protected by the ribcage. It combines oxygen with the blood and eliminates carbon dioxide.
      1. Brain
      2. Heart
      3. Lungs
      4. Liver

  1. Filtering machine of the body, located at the right side of the abdominal cavity below the diaphragm. Takes away toxins out of the blood.
      1. Brain
      2. Heart
      3. Lungs
      4. Liver

  1. A hollow, muscular organ at the chest cavity. It pumps blood through the blood vessels by repeated, rhytmic contractions.
      1. Brain
      2. Heart
      3. Lungs
      4. Liver

  1. Elastic, large, muscular, pear-shaped bag with a multi-chambered organ located crosswise in the abdominal cavity beneath the diaphraghm. It is for digestion of food.
      1. Kidney
      2. Large instintines
      3. Small instintines
      4. Stomach

  1. About 1.5 meters long, it absorbs water and salts from the material that has not been digested as food. It also helps get rid of any waste products left.
      1. Kidney
      2. Large instintines
      3. Small instintines
      4. Stomach

  1. Sustains the body’s chemical balance by getting out waste products and excess fluid in the form of urine, bean-shaped located at the back of the abdominal cavity.
      1. Kidney
      2. Large instintines
      3. Small instintines
      4. Stomach

  1. Starts with the pylorus, it carries out most of the digestive process and absorbs almost all of the nutrients from the food going into the bloodsteam.
      1. Kidney
      2. Large instintines
      3. Small instintines
      4. Stomach

  1. Acts as a reservoir for holding bile on its way from the liver to the intestines, it receives the bile and stores it until it is needed in the digestive system to break down fats and cholesterols.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Spleen
      3. Gallbladder
      4. Urinary bladder

  1. Produces enzymes that break our food down small enough to be absorbed into our body and produce the hormones insulin and glucagon.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Spleen
      3. Gallbladder
      4. Urinary bladder

  1. Filters and stores blood to protect the body from infections and blood loss, part of the lymphatic system to protect the body, clearning worn our red blood cells and other foreign bodies from the bloodstream to help fight infection.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Spleen
      3. Gallbladder
      4. Urinary bladder

  1. Collects urine excreted by the kidneys before disposal by the process called urination, once it is empty it is about the size and shape of a pear.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Spleen
      3. Gallbladder
      4. Urinary bladder
  1. Framework of the body that support and protect the various organs of the body, they are a combination of several kinds of tissues and contain blood vessels and nerves.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Bones
      3. Muscles
      4. Urinary bladder

  1. The engine that your body uses to propel itself, it contracts and works in teams.
      1. Pancreas
      2. Bones
      3. Muscles
      4. Urinary bladder

































Grade 4 Science Causes and Treatment of Diseases of the Major Organs Worksheet

Direction: Encircle the right answer.

  1. A type of brain disease where the brain cells are damaged, and caused by depression, medical side effects, excessive alcohol intake, or vitamin deficiency. Prescribed medication can treat it alongside therapy, proper diet and physical exercise
      1. Alzheimer’s Disease
      2. Dementia
      3. Stroke
      4. Parkinson’s Disease

  1. Condition that causes tightness or discomfort in the shoulders, arms, neck, jaw or back. Prescribed medications are lifestyle change and undergoing operations such as angioplasty and stenting.
      1. Congenital Heart Disease
      2. Congestive Heart Failure
      3. Angina or Chest Pain
      4. Rheumatic Heart Disease

  1. Cannot be cured but can be treated by avoiding tobacco, smoke, air pollution, engaging in sports and proper exercise, eating regularly, observing proper diet.
      1. Asthma
      2. Allergies
      3. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
      4. Pneumonia

  1. Permanent wound of the liver which may cause death, cause is regular and large amount of alcohol, treatment is medication or liver transplant.
      1. Cirrhoris
      2. Hepatitis A
      3. Hepatitis B
      4. Liver Cancer

  1. Condition of having three or more loose or liquid bowel movement per day that causes dehydration
      1. Stomach Bleeding
      2. Indigestion or Dyspepsia
      3. Constipation
      4. Diarrhea

  1. Solid masses made up of tiny crystals that become stones, found also in the ureter; blocks the flow of urine out of the kidneys which causes swelling and severe pain
      1. Kidney Stones
      2. Kidney Cysts
      3. Kidney Cancer
      4. Kidney bladder

  1. Chronic disease caused by the inability of the pancreas to produce insulin or to use it in a proper way; to reverse the disease, lifestyle change, losing weight through exercise, and healthier food are usually advised.
      1. Gallstones 
      2. Diabetes
      3. Pancreatic cancer
      4. Blood disorder

Grade 4 Science Animals that live on land or water Worksheet

Direction: Encircle the right answer.

  1. The smallest primate in the world and can be found in the rainforest of Bohol
      1. Tarsier
      2. Philippine eagle
      3. Wild boar
      4. Soft-shelled turtle

  1. Inhabits the mountain forests of Luzon, Leyte, Samar and Mindanao; eats large snakes, hornbills, wild cats, flying lemurs, and monkeys.
      1. Tarsier
      2. Philippine eagle
      3. Wild boar
      4. Soft-shelled turtle

  1. Type of habitat for animals such as streams, rivers and lakes
      1. Freshwater environment
      2. Saltwater environment
      3. Aquatic
      4. Grassland

  1. Fish, turtles, dolphins, crocodiles, whales live here
      1. Freshwater environment
      2. Saltwater environment
      3. Aquatic
      4. Grassland

  1. Animals that live in water are called ____________ animals.
      1. Freshwater environment
      2. Saltwater environment
      3. Aquatic
      4. Grassland

  1. Mammals, birds, insects, and reptiles live here such as the tarsier, or wild boar.
      1. Grassland animals
      2. Mountain Animals
      3. Desert Animals
      4. Rainforest Animals

  1. Harsh environment with very little rainfall and extreme temperature.
      1. Grassland animals
      2. Mountain Animals
      3. Desert Animals
      4. Rainforest Animals

  1. Steep cliffs, barren rocks, scarce vegetation and extreme temperature.
      1. Grassland animals
      2. Mountain Animals
      3. Desert Animals
      4. Rainforest Animals

  1. Prairies and savannas are areas where vegetation is dominated by grass and herbaceous plants
      1. Grassland animals
      2. Mountain Animals
      3. Desert Animals
      4. Rainforest Animals

  1. Birds shed off their fathers and it is called __________________.
      1. Disguise or camouflage
      2. Echolocation
      3. Venom
      4. Molting

  1. Bats use this to hear at night of navigate a dark cave
      1. Disguise or camouflage
      2. Echolocation
      3. Venom
      4. Molting

  1. A praying mantis changes its color to green when resting on a leaf.

    1. Disguise or camouflage
    2. Echolocation
    3. Venom
    4. Molting
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