Examination Basic Science and Technology Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 11

Kindergarten Examination

Subject: Basic Science and Technology
Class: Kindergarten
Term: First Term
Week: 11
Age: 4-5 years
Duration: 1 hour

Section A: Multiple Choice Questions (30 marks)

Objective Questions:

  1. Food gives us ______ to play. a) Energy
    b) Water
    c) Air
    d) Light
  2. Rice and beans are examples of ______. a) Food
    b) Toys
    c) Clothes
    d) Books
  3. Vegetables are ______ foods. a) Healthy
    b) Junk
    c) Sweet
    d) Salty
  4. Sweets and chips are examples of ______ foods. a) Junk
    b) Healthy
    c) Spicy
    d) Bitter
  5. We need food to ______ big and strong. a) Grow
    b) Sleep
    c) Run
    d) Play
  6. Fruits help to keep us ______. a) Healthy
    b) Tired
    c) Dirty
    d) Sleepy
  7. Food that gives us energy is called ______. a) Carbohydrate
    b) Protein
    c) Fat
    d) Mineral
  8. We eat food to fight ______. a) Sickness
    b) Sleep
    c) Hunger
    d) Thirst
  9. Drinking too many sugary drinks is ______ for us. a) Bad
    b) Good
    c) Tasty
    d) Healthy
  10. Eating a lot of fruits and vegetables makes us ______. a) Healthy
    b) Sick
    c) Sleepy
    d) Tired

Section B: Theory Questions (10 marks)

Short Answer Questions:

  1. Define table manners and give one example.
  2. Why is it important to eat a variety of foods?
  3. Name two healthy foods and two junk foods.
  4. Explain why washing hands before eating is necessary.
  5. How can table manners help create a pleasant dining environment?
  6. What is the purpose of saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ at the table?
  7. Describe one activity you can do to practice good table manners.
  8. Why should we wait for everyone to be served before eating?
  9. How can you show respect at the table?
  10. Name one reason why it’s important to wait patiently at the table.

Grading Criteria

  • Each correct answer in Section A is worth 1 mark.
  • Answers in Section B will be graded based on correctness and clarity, with each question worth 1 mark.
  • Total marks for the examination: 40

Note: Provide adequate space for students to write their answers. Clearly indicate the allocation of marks for each question to ensure fairness in grading

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