First Term Workbook – Weekly Assessment for Basic Science and Technology (Primary 3)

 

 

WORKBOOK

Basic Science and Technology 

Primary 3

WEEK 1 – Week 12

 

WEEK 1 – First Term Workbook – Weekly Assessment Basic Science and Technology (Primary) 

 

WEEK 2 – Measurement of Length

 

Name two each, modern and traditional instruments for measuring length. 

Modern instruments for measuring length

1. _____________________ and _____________________

 

Traditional instruments for measuring length

2. _____________________ and _____________________

 

State 2 things we used the above mentioned measuring instruments for.

3. _____________________

4. _____________________

 

State 2 people that used instruments for measuring length. 

5. _____________________

6. _____________________

 

State two metric units of length.

7. _____________________

8. _____________________

 

Measure the length, breadth and height of the displayed objects.

9. Cube box

  • Length    _____________________
  • Breadth  _____________________
  • Height    _____________________

10. Cuboid box

  • Length    _____________________
  • Breadth  _____________________
  • Height    _____________________

 

 

WEEK 3 – Measurement of Mass

 

Name two each, modern and traditional instruments for measuring mass. 

Modern instruments for measuring mass

1. _____________________ and _____________________

 

Traditional instruments for measuring mass

2. _____________________ and _____________________

 

State 2 things we used the above mentioned measuring instruments for.

3. _____________________

4. _____________________

 

State 2 people that used instruments for measuring mass. 

5. _____________________

6. _____________________

 

State two metric units of mass.

7. _____________________

8. _____________________

 

Use your hand to determine the weight of two different objects in terms of heavy or light.

9. Bucket of water

  • A  _____________________
  • B  _____________________

 

10. Stones

  • A  _____________________
  • B  _____________________

 

 

 

 

WEEK 4 – Measurement of Time

 

1. All the following are used for measuring time except _________.

A. Tape rule

B. Stop watch

C. Clock

 

2. All the following are not used for measuring time except _________.

A. Tape rule

B. Stop watch

C. Scale

 

3. Which of the following is unit of measuring time?

A. Kilograms

B. Centimetres

C. Second

 

4. 60 seconds make 1 minute.

A. True

B. False

C. None of the above

 

5. 60 seconds make 1 hour.

A. True

B. False

C. None of the above

 

6. 1 hour makes 60 minutes.

A. True

B. False

C. None of the above

 

7. Change 120 minutes to hours.

A. 2 hour

B. 2 second

C. 2 minutes

 

 

8. ____________ are used in race.

A. Wrist watch

B. Table watch

C. Stop watch

 

9. ____________ are used as reminder.

A. Wrist watch

B. Table clock

C. All of the above.

 

10. Assembly start by ____________.

A. 7 : 30 am

B. 7 : 45 am

C. 8 : 00 am

 

State all the unit of measuring time.

11. ____________

12. ____________

13. ____________

 

Mention 2 instruments for measuring time at home.

14. ____________

15. ____________

 

16. ____________ instruments mostly used by people.

 

18. ____________ remind us of assembly, break and closing time.

 

 

19. ____________ is the time for Christian’s Sunday Service.

 

20. ____________ is the time for Muslim’s Juma’t on Friday.

 

WEEK 5 – Plants As A Living Things

 

1. _______________ are things that are alive.

A. Living things

B. Non living things

C. All of the above

 

2. Plants are living things.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

3. Non living things are things that are alive.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

4. Plants breath in oxygen and breath out carbon oxide.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

5. _______________ breath in carbon oxide and breath out oxygen.

A. Human

B. Animals

C. Plants

 

6. _______________ eat (feed) on organic manure.

A. Human

B. Animals

C. Plants

 

7. Plants can move from one place to another either wind, water or man and human activities.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

 

Mention 3 characteristics of plants as living things.

8. _______________

9. _______________

10. _______________

 

 

 

WEEK 6 –  Animals As A Living Things

1. _______________ are things that are alive.

A. Living things

B. Non living things

C. All of the above

 

2. Human, animals and trees living things.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

3. Non living things are things that are alive.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

4. Man and animals breath in carbon oxide and breath out oxygen.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

5. _______________ breath in oxygen oxide and breath out carbon oxide.

A. Human

B. Animals

C. Plants

 

6. _______________ eat (feed) on plants and animals.

A. Human

B. Animals

C. Plants

 

7. Animals can move from one place to another by flying, walking, running, and swimming.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

 

Mention 3 characteristics of a living things.

8. _______________

9. _______________

10. _______________

 

WEEK 7 – Meaning (Types) and Properties of Soil

 

WEEK 8 – Importance of Soil

 

1. _______________ is the top layer of the earth.

A. Rock

B. Soil

C. Earth

 

2. Soil is the top layer of the _______________.

A. Rock

B. Soil

C. Earth

 

3. There are _______________ types of soil.

A. 2

B. 3

C. 4

 

4. _______________ is a black soil and good for crop production.

A. Sandy soil

B. Clay soil

C. Loamy soil

 

5. _______________ is good for building houses and road construction.

A. Sandy soil

B. Clay soil

C. Loamy soil

 

6. _______________ is good for building houses and making pot.

A. Sandy soil

B. Clay soil

C. Loamy soil

 

7. _______________ is sticky when wet and hard when dry

A. Sandy soil

B. Clay soil

C. Loamy soil

 

 

8. _______________ have a large or heavy particles.

A. Sandy soil

B. Clay soil

C. Loamy soil

 

State 2 importance of soil.

9.   ____________________________________________________________

 

10. ____________________________________________________________

 

 

WEEK 8 – Importance of Soil

 

As in Week 7

 

WEEK 9 – Meaning and Existence of Air

 

1. We breathe in and out __________.

A. Air

B. Oxygen

C. Carbon dioxide

 

2. The human, animals and plants would live without air.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

3. The human, animals and plants would die without air.

A. True

B. False

C. Not sure

 

4. Air is the the mixture of __________ that surround us.

A. Kerosene

B. Petrol

C. Gases

 

5. Wind is __________ in motion.

A. Air

B. Breeze

3. Wind

 

State 5 things that need air to survive.

6. ____________________

 

7. ____________________

 

 

8. ____________________

 

9. ____________________

 

10. ____________________

 

 

WEEK 10 – Properties of Air and Uses of Air

 

1. Wind is __________ in motion.

A. Air

B. Breeze

3. Wind

 

2. Air has __________.

A. Bottles

B. Cup

C. Space

 

3. We breathe in and out __________.

A. Air

B. Oxygen

C. Carbon dioxide

 

4. Air support burning fire. True/False

 

5. Air does not support movement. True/False

 

 

List 3 properties of air.

 

6. ____________________

 

7. ____________________

 

8. ____________________

 

Mention 2 uses of air.

 

9. ____________________

 

10. ___________________

 

WEEK 10 – Properties of Air and Uses of Air

 

WEEK 11 – Revision 

 

WEEK 12 – First Term Examination Basic Science Basic 3

 

 

 

 

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