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First Unit Test in Science 5

Name: _____________________________ Score: _____________


Grade and Section: Grade 5- Nathaniel Date: __________

DIRECTION: Write the letter of the correct answer before the number.
1.It is the measure of space occupied by an object or matter.
Volume b. Density c. Matter d. Mass
2.This refers to the state of being thick, sticky, and semi-fluid in consistency.
Luster b. Clarity c. Viscosity d. Solubility
3.It is a plant material found in the stem and roots of trees.
a. Leaves b. Glass c. Wood d. Plastic
4.It is a type of ceramic material that is usually transparent or translucent.
a. Leaves b. Glass c. Wood d. Plastic
5.It is any change that alters the form or appearance of a substance but does not convert the substance into another
substance.
a. Physical Change c. Environmental Change
b. Chemical Change d. Climate Change
6.It is a change that occurs by forming one or more substances when a substance changes composition.
a. Physical Change c. Environmental Change
b. Chemical Change d. Climate Change
7.It tells us how much the matter of an object is made of.
a. Mass b. Volume c. Density d. None of the above
8.It is the measure of space occupied by an object.
a. Mass b. Volume c. Density d. None of the above
9.It is the ability of a substance to be hammered into sheets without breaking apart.
a. Brittleness b. Malleability c. Conductivity d. Ductility
10.This refers to the ability of materials to conduct heat or electricity.
a. Brittleness b. Malleability c. Conductivity d. Ductility
11.This refers to the ability of a material to be drawn into thin wires, like those substances that are made into electrical
wires.
a. Brittleness b. Malleability c. Conductivity d. Ductility
12.Copper, Zinc, and Silver are example of?
a. Wood b. Metal c. Plastics d. Ceramics
13.Rubber bands has this kind of special characteristics of matter.
a. Malleability b. Reactivity c. Conductivity d. Elasticity
14. It is a chemical property that describes whether a substance will react to the presence of oxygen and burn when
exposed to a flame.
a. Flammability b. Combustibility c. Conductivity d. Ductility
15. It is the another that describes how easily a substance can catch fire.
a. Flammability b. Combustibility c. Conductivity d. Ductility
16. This refers to the characteristics of materials to dissolve easily in water.
a. Flammability b. Combustibility c. Elasticity d. Solubility
17. This refers to the ability of materials to return to their original size and shape after being stretched.
a. Flammability b. Combustibility c. Elasticity d. Solubility
18. This refers to the ability of matter to reflect light.
a. Luster b. Clarity c. Viscosity d. Solubility
Test II
Direction: Identify what special characteristics do the given materials or substance possess.{19-25)
19.Gold
a. Viscous b. Luster c. Soluble d. Brittle
20.Glass
a. Clarity b. Soluble c. Malleable d. Viscous
21.Garter
.a. Malleable b. Luster c. Elasticity d. Brittle
22.Diamond
a. Brittleness b. Ductility c. Solubility d. Luster
23.Aluminum
a. Malleability b. Solubility c. Ductility d. Brittleness
24.Coffee Powder
a. Solubility b. Clarity c. Viscosity d. Conductivity
25.Catsup
a. Ductility b. Viscosity c. Elasticity d. Malleability

Test III:
Classify the following:(26-30) (2 points each)
Break a glass Cooking of Food
Cut-out Paper Smoke in Car
Ice to Water
PHYSICAL CHANGE CHEMICAL CHANGE

Prepared by: Noted by: Approved by:


Mr. Terrence John I. Salutin Ms. Candy D. Peligro Mr. Jason B. Donor
Teacher Elementary Coordinator School Principal