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Jophiel the Archangel Academy

Noble St., Miagao, Iloilo


Grade VI – Archangel Jophiel

Name: _______________________________________ Date: _________________

I. Write C if the statement is correct, W if it is wrong. Write the answer on the blank
_________ 1. Dispose of all chemical wastes properly.
_________ 2. Notify the teacher immediately if there are accidents or injury.
_________ 3. Do not use gloves, tongs, or test tube holders when holding heated objects.
_________ 4. Body tube connects the eyepiece to the objective lens.
_________ 5. Stage is the part of the microscope that provides basal support for the apparatus.
_________ 6. The microscope is one of the most common instruments used by a scientist in his
_________ 7. Quantitative observation describes the physical characteristics of things like color, size,
shape, texture, or a combination of characteristics receive through our senses.
_________ 8. Variables are factors in an experiment that affects its outcome.
_________ 9. A hypothesis tells about the quantity of the elements that are being observed.
_________ 10. Dependent variable is the variable that is the opposite of the experimental variable
because this does not contain the independent variable.
_________ 11. There are two qualities of a good hypothesis, measurable and observable.
_________ 12. A conclusion is a statement that summarizes the result of the experiment.
_________ 13. To complete the investigation process, scientist should be able to present the results
of their experiment to others.
_________ 14. Scientific method is a series of steps and techniques in investigating an event or
acquiring new knowledge.
_________ 15. A scientific problem should not be something worth investigating.
II. Read and answer the following questions by encircling the letter of the correct
1. Dust in the air is an example of _________.
a. Suspensions b. colloids c. solvent d. solute
2. If the liquids from layers, they are considered _________.
a. Immiscible b. miscible c. mixture d. solute
3. Ponds are an example of what mixture?
a. colloids b. suspensions c. solution d. none of the choices
4. A substance is ________ if it completely dissolves in the solvent.
a. Solute b. solvent c. soluble d. none of the choice
5. A ___________ is a combination of substance that has a uniform composition and
a. Heterogeneous mixture b. Homogenous mixture c. Mixtures
6. ________ is the method used for materials that are easy to physically separate.
a. Flotation b. mechanical separation c. evaporation d. distillation
7. ________ is a separation technique where solids are allowed first to settle below the liquid at
the bottom of the mixture.
a. Evaporation b. decantation c. distillation d. centrifugation
8. ________ is a method of mechanical separation of materials in a mixture and it uses a device
with small holes.
a. Sieving b. decantation c. flotation d. none of the choices
9. These are the bones of the arms, legs, fingers, and toes. What type of bone is this?
a. Long bones b. short bones c. flat bones d. irregular bones
10. These are the bones that are of elaborate shapes includes the bones of the vertebral column
and bones of the skull.
a. Long bones b. short bones c. flat bones d. irregular bones
11. __________ is consists of a periosteum, compact bone, spongy bone, and an inner bone
a. Bone b. typical bone c. cartilages d. muscles
12. These are joints where adjoining bones are not capable of movement.
a. Synovial joints b. cartilaginous joints c. fibrous joints d. none of the choices
13. _______ are found in the wrist and ankle which allows gliding of bones over one another.
a. Pivot joints b. hinge joints c. gliding joints d. ball and socket joints
14. _______ allows movement in one direction.
a. Hinge joints b. gliding joints c. ball and socket joints d. none of the
15. This is also known as the vertebral column or the spinal column.
a. Skull b. backbone c. rib cage d. none of the choices

III. Label the parts of the Skeleton.

Tibia Ilium Radius Sternum

Ribs Clavicle Spinal Column

Skull Femur Fibula

IV. Name the laboratory tools in the picture below.

1. 2. 3.
____________ ___________ _______________

4. 5.
______________ ______________

V. A. Enumeration. Complete the following.

Types of Fractures
1. _______________________
2. _______________________
3. _______________________
4. _______________________
5. _______________________

Scientific Attitudes
1. _______________________
2. _______________________
3. _______________________
4. _______________________
5. _______________________
6. _______________________
7. _______________________
8. _______________________
9. _______________________
10. _______________________

B. Steps in a Scientific Method. Write the number in the right order from 1-6 in the

________ a. formulate hypothesis

________ b. makes preliminary observations

________ c. gather, analyze and interpret data

________ d. identifies a scientific problem

________ e. tests the hypothesis

________ f. draws a conclusion