Está en la página 1de 9

1st Monthly Exams (June) Grade 6

Match each description of function in column A with the corresponding organ in Column B. Write the
letter of your answer on the line.

_____ 1. Produces the fluid that keeps the food in the mouth moist a. anus
_____ 2. A tube through which food passes from the pharynx to the stomach b. appendix
_____ 3. A baglike organ that produces gastric juice c. esophagus
_____ 4. The opening where solid wastes are released out of the body d. large intestine
_____ 5. A cavity that contains the teeth and tongue e. liver
_____ 6. An inverted U-shaped organ around the coils of the small intestine f. mouth
_____ 7. A narrow twisting tube located in the lower abdomen g. pancreas
_____ 8. Produces bile h. salivary gland
_____ 9. Small tissue protrusion attached to the large intestine i. small intestine
_____ 10. Small fingerlike structures that aid in the absorption of nutrients to the j. stomach
bloodstream
k. villi
Identify the following.
___________ 1. It is the longest bone in your body.
___________ 2. It makes new bone cells that help repair damage.
___________ 3. It is the solid and hard outside part of the bone.
___________ 4. It is a part of the skull that encloses and protects the brain.
___________ 5. It is the wall of the chest that encloses the heart and the lungs.
___________ 6. Its job is to protect the spinal cord.
___________ 7. The connections between two or more bones are called?
___________ 8. A joint that allows movement is called?
___________ 9. A type of joint that allows the connected bones
to move in many direction.
___________ 10. It is a type of joints that allows a bone to rotate around another bone.
___________ 11. Certain joints, however, do not allow movement. These are called?
___________ 12. Bones that meet at movable joints are held tightly together by tough bands of connective
tissues called?
___________ 13. These are tough and elastic tissues that give shape to the body.
___________ 14. This muscle enables you to raise your eyebrows and wrinkle your forehead.
___________ 15. The muscles that surround your eyes are called?
___________ 16. The muscles that surround your mouth are called?
___________ 17. It is the muscles that cover your chest.
___________ 18. These muscles protect and allow you to move your waist.
___________ 19. The largest muscles found in your hips and buttocks.
___________ 20. The muscles that can be controlled are called?

List down the following.

a. Three Voluntary Muscles (1-3)


b. Three Involuntary Muscles (4-6)
c. Three Kinds of Movable Joints (7-9)
d. Common Injuries of the Musculoskeletal System (10-13)
e. Common Illnesses of the Musculoskeletal System (14-20)
First Monthly (JUNE) Exam Grade 6

Name: Grade: Date:

Simplify the following using order of operations.

1. 54 + 6 x 7 6. 1,672 ÷ (28 + 33 x 8) – 6
2. (11 + 3) x (28-4) 6
3. 800 – 3 x 45 + 4 7. 182 + x (28 – 5)
2
4. 140 – 6 x 23 + 2 8. 212+2×(216-108)/19
5. 29 + 552 ÷ (28 – 3) x 22 -6 9. 152 x 8 +2 6 ÷6 – 212 x 2
10. (216+17)×3-24/26

Express the following numerals in words.


1. 289. 1657 11. 0. 86495
2. 29 348. 20604 12. 102,230. 783 549
3. 312. 00009 13. 0. 01980001
4. 3,364 675. 14 14. 556. 00073
5. 0. 00005679 15. 143. 706945
6. 7,285.620079 16. 2,790. 27801
7. 0.00092591 17. 214,359. 8736
8. 0.09972616 18. 222,542. 45
9. 5,371, 480. 724 19. 0. 08689102
10. 12,017,054. 60208 20. 0. 856490214

Directions: Express the following in standard notation


1. (2 x 1 000) + ( 2 x 100) + (7 x 10)
2. (4 x 100 000) + (7 x 10 000) + (4 x 1 000) + (4 x 1)
3. (5 x 1 000 000) + (6 x 100 000) + (3 x 10 000) + (4 x 1 000) + (5 x 100)
4. (2 x 1 000 000) + (2 x 100 000) + ( 5 x 10 000) + (3 x 1 000) + ( 4 x 100) + (1 x 1)
5. (2 x 10 000) + (8 x 1 000) + (8 x 100) + (4 x 10) + (5 x 1)
6. (4 x 106) + (5 x 105) + (9 x 104) + (8 x 102) + (6 x 100)
7. (7 x 106) + (9 x 108) + (6 x 104) + (5 x 105) + (5 x 101) + (6 x 103)
8. (4 x 109) + ( 7 x 108) + (9 x 108) + (2 x 105) + (1 x 104) + (4 x 102)
9. (3 x 106) + (5 x 105) + (6 x 104) + (8 x 103) + (2 x 102) + (9 x 101) + (6 x 100)
10. (3 x 106) + (2 x 104) + (4 x 105) + (6 x 103) + (9 x 102) + (7x 101)

Write in exponential form.


1. 74. 0169 11. 5. 3408 21. 25 652
2. 34 598. 23508 12. 10. 143976 22. 125 452
3. 0.000806 13. 0. 000345 23. 1 250
4. 82. 4003 14. 719. 300406 24. 524 420
5. 0. 006045 15. 8 374. 0009 25. 125 452
6. 4 327. 08493 16. 0.0060387 26. 5 000 000
7. 583. 65389 17. 97 600.100 27. 965 421
8. 0. 03452 18. 0.5180000 28. 12 021
9. 12. 759422 19. 100 370 000 29. 96 127 452
10. 145. 945 20. 20.00000492 30. 562,210,023
Give the place value and value of the underlined digit.

Given PV V
1. 46. 32017
2. 2. 189302
3. 306. 8715
4. 750. 97
5. 1. 340506
6. 50. 0364
7. 0. 8760
8. 304. 67
9. 897. 00003
10. 0. 001001

Arrange the decimals from least to greatest.

1. 2. 34, 2. 03, 3. 25 - ______, ______, ________


2. 0. 21, 0. 12, 0. 19 - ______, ______, ________
3. 0. 313, 0. 315, 0.314 - ______, ______, ________
4. 0. 7816, 0.9812, 0.8264 - ______, ______, ________
5. 1. 0021, 0. 5618, 1.0002 - ______, ______, ________

Direction: Arrange in descending order.

6. 2. 34, 2. 03, 3. 25 - ______, ______, ________


7. 0. 21, 0. 12, 0. 19 - ______, ______, ________
8. 0. 313, 0. 315, 0.314 - ______, ______, ________
9. 0. 7816, 0.9812, 0.8264 - ______, ______, ________
10. 1. 0021, 0. 5618, 1.0002 - ______, ______, ________

Round off decimals to the indicated place value.

1. 0. 802 ______________
2. 0. 3425 ______________
3. 0. 51657 ______________
4. 0. 802 ______________
5. 0. 021941 ______________
6. 0. 4679 ______________
7. 0. 93745 ______________
8. 0. 9879698 ______________
9. 76. 02917 ______________
10. 698. 0190 ______________
Perform the indicated operation.

0. 23. 567 2. 54. 36 3. 15. 3


+ 0. 04 - 19. 25 0. 456
+ 78.007

4. 36. 4 5. 89. 5680 6. 46. 34908


- 8. 2651 0. 1432 - 20. 4767
+ 141. 02

7. 97. 28888 8. 17. 2899 9. 19. 1129


64. 26712 - 1.087 + 24. 2519
0. 0909
+ 34. 27090

10. 354. 36789


- 287. 71780

Arrange in column then solve for n.


1. 12. 3 + 14 + 17. 023 = n 6. 12 – 0. 05 = n 11. 32. 3 + 64. 58 = n
2. 98. 6 – 32. 07. = n 7. 164.5909 + 6.23556 + 48. 0990 = n 12. 147. 994 + 352. 006 = n
3. 3. 2 + 548. 6 + 64. 004 = n 8. 78. 236 – 4. 13589 = n 13. 724 - 32. 54 = n
4. 634 – 472. 3 = n 9. 37.67545 + 100.1008 + 1. 4909 = n 14. 0. 0054 + 1. 0457 = n
5. 64. 31 + 20. 69 = n 10. 67. 59093 – 5. 63289 = n 15. 45. 098 + 643 = n
16. 581. 12 ÷ 6. 5 = N 21. 345. 7 ÷ 4. 6 = N 26. 3. 5 x 6. 4 = N
17. 1. 1776 ÷ 0. 013 = N 22. 14. 79 ÷ 0. 017 = N 27. 8. 4 x 7. 3 = N
18. 136. 3 ÷ 16. 5 = N 23. 15. 337 ÷ 9.02 = N 28. 12. 5 x 0. 04 = N
19. 22. 074 ÷ 0.78 = N 24. 0. 3975 ÷ 0. 53 = N 29. 0. 004 x 36. 4 = N
20. 8. 738 ÷ 2. 24 = N 25. 91 ÷ 0. 073 = N 30. 0. 45 x 0. 002 = N

Perform the indicated operation.


1. 14. 52 x 100 = 11. 450 ÷ 3. 6
2. 7. 3 x 0. 01 = 12. 1 885 ÷ 5. 8
3. 10. 5 x 1 000 = 13. 12 971 ÷ 0. 17
4. 10 000 x 16. 4 = 14. 7 056 ÷ 0. 09
5. 0.001 x 2.67 = 15. 33 516 ÷ 0. 042
6. 19. 2 x 0. 001 = 16. 0. 96 ÷ 1. 2
7. 10 x 0.0007 = 17. 31. 15 ÷ 3. 5
8. 9.76 x 0. 00001 = 18. 499. 2 ÷ 6. 4
9. 0.1 x 0.0000 = 19. 39. 15 ÷ 0. 45
10. 10.05 x 0.000001 = 20. 90.856 ÷ 2. 8
21. P 32. 50 22. P 28.75 23. P 728.25 24. P 459
x 24 x 108 x 36 x 0. 75
25. P873 26. 7 325 27. 26 785 28. 5 694
x 1.25 x 14.9 x 1. 06 x 0.36
29. 17 842 30. 36 927
x 0. 805 x 0.476
PROBLEM SOLVING. Analyze the given situation then write the suited equation and solve.
1. A notebook costs P21.75 each. How much would 23 dozen of notebooks cost?
2. A meter of ribbon cost P36. 35. How much would 125 ½ meters cost?
3. A kilo of sugar cost P23. 25. How much would 126 ¼ kilo cost?
4. A packed meal cost P67. 82. How much would 127 packed meals cost?
5. A pack of dried mangoes weighs 40.6 grams. How many grams would2 25 packs weigh?
6. Jet cut a piece of wood, which is 2,190.3557 cm long from a 200.8556 cm piece. What is the length of
the spare piece of wood?
7. After a month, Jun checked his grocery bills and found out that he acquires the following amounts:
P2,357.25, P125.10, P3,302.45 and P5,243.20. What is the total amount of goods Jun purchased.
8. Jasper bought a polo shirt worth P325.15, how much change would he receive from a 1,500 peso bill?
9. Mrs. Hernandez spent the following for viand: Monday – P105.75, Tuesday – P96.50, Wednesday –
P123.25, Thursday – P87.75, Friday – P162, Saturday – P100.50 and Sunday – P256.25. How much will
be her savings if she allotted P1000 for viand?
10. Jomaico deposited P1, 452. 75 on his account last month and another P1, 534.50 this month. He
withdrew P1, 750.25 to buy a scientific calculator. How much was left on his account?
11. Alfred drove 7. 5 kilometers in 4 hours. How many kilometers did he drive in an hour?
12. Joey bought 212 doughnuts for P87. How much did each doughnut cost?
13. Gina needs 2. 75 meters of cloth to make a dress. How many dresses can she make in 41. 25 m cloth?
14. An inch is equivalent to 2. 54 centimeter. How many inches are there in 190. 5 cm.
15. Philipi earned P3 457. 25 for working 6 hours a day for 5 days. How much did he earn in a day?
First Monthly (June) Examination in English Grade 6

Name: ___________________________________ Date: _________Score: ________

Identification: Directions: Identify the sound of each letter/s in each word below. Use the
word box for your selection.

Vowels:
[a] [ӕ] [e] [ε] [i] [ɪ] [o] [ɔ] [u] [υ]
Consonants:
[b] [k] [d] [g] [h] [l] [m] [n] [ŋ] [z]

1. plumage 6. memoir 11. apple 16. Physics


2. jewelry 7. above 12. lettuce 17. Music
3. think 8. murmur 13. grapes 18. Civics
4. brooch 9. is 14. whole 19. Math
5. wreathe 10. steward 15. sauce 20. English

Sentence Change: Directions: Rewrite each sentence. Change it to the kind of sentence
listed in parentheses. (10pts.)

1. Blackbirds are also known as grackles. (interrogative)


2. Aren’t they sometimes called cowbirds? (declarative)
3. Do they wake up the town at 6:00am? (exclamatory)
4. Did you listen to them? (imperative)
5. Do people need umbrellas to protect themselves? (declarative)
6. Is it really that bad? (exclamatory)
7. The townspeople are yelling for help. (interrogative)
8. Did you tell them to try helicopters? (imperative)
9. Have they tried everything? (exclamatory)
10. You should follow this story. (interrogative)

Directions: For each item write a sentence using the group of words. Make your sentence the
kind of sentence indicated. (10pts.)

1. the haunted house (interrogative) 6. battery is dead (exclamatory)


2. hold my hand (imperative) 7. speak (imperative)
3. in the front door (declarative) 8. eerie sound (interrogative)
4. something cold (exclamatory) 9. skeletons near the stairs (exclamatory)
5. your flashlight (interrogative) 10. Halloween (exclamatory)

Directions: Change the sentences according to the kinds indicated in the parenthesis.

1. Ann and Tel are going to Palawan. (interrogative)


2. Please go. (exclamatory)
3. Why is she absent? (declarative)
4. He will help me carry my books. (imperative)
5. I am afraid of the dark. (interrogative)
Directions: Read each carefully, one word in each set is spelt correctly. Identify the correct
word by writing the letter of your answer on the space provided before each number.
1. A. thret B. thrat C. threate D. threat

2. A. scut B. scufe C. scuff D. scof

3. A. rhythm B. rhime C. rhyme D. ryme

4. A. coxe B. coax C. cohx D. cokes

5. A. frieght B. freight C. freit D. friet

6. A. seige B. siege C. sieg D. seig

7. A. pursoo B. porsoo C. pursue D. porsue

8. A. aeronotics B. aeronautics C. aironotics D. aironautics

9. A. twety-five B. twenty-five C. twenty five D. twentee-five

10. A. full time B. fulltime C. fultime D. full-time

Directions: Encircle the word or group of words in the sentence which are indicated in the
parenthesis.

1. My cousin Lupe enjoyed her visit to Florida. (simple subject)


2. She visited many of the historic sites around the city. (complete predicate)
3. Lupe gradually felt more at home in the city. (simple predicate)
4. An exhausting day of travel can feel anyone tired. (complete subject)
5. A nice cup of tea usually makes me feel anyone a lot better. (simple subject)
6. The President visited the province of Leyte last year. (simple predicate)
7. The beautiful flowers of Japan are known around the globe. (complete subject)
8. We are all children of God. (simple subject)
9. The tallest in class is Mike. (complete predicate)
10. My mom and dad usually go to the school to pick me up. (complete subject)

Directions: Write compound/complex sentences using the given conjunctions.

1. and
2. before
3. unless
4. while
5. because
Directions: Rewrite the run-on sentences by separating two ideas and by adding a
conjunction. Write your answer on the space after each number.

1. The tail of the seahorse is very important it uses its tail to grip or hold on to things.

2. This tiny animal can hang like a monkey it can swim in an upright position.

3. The mother sea horse lays her eggs in the father’s pouch the father cares for the eggs.

4. Sea horses are used to make a medicine that means the species is at risk.

5. Black beans are carnivores eat very little meat live on grass fruits berry nuts.

Directions: In 3-5 sentences, Answer the question on the space provided for the number.

1. Do we have to know the appropriate usage of multiple meaning words? Why? Why
not?

Directions: Write the word of the correct answer and write it on the space provide before
each number.

For item 1-3, refer to the passage below.

1. The Florida Everglades are home to many birds, reptiles, and mammals. (2) The
Everglades provide a variety of habitats. (3) They are vital to the wildlife they support,
supplying particular environmental conditions that can be found only in the
Everglades. (4) Birds and other animals are protected by the saw grass prairies. (5)
Crocodiles and alligators live together in the swaps and water. (6) People must protect
and preserve this land in order to nurture and protect the wildlife that make the
Everglades their home.

__________1. Which sentence will you find the main idea of passage?
Sentence 1 sentence 3
Sentence 2 sentence 4
__________2. Which sentence will you find a cause and effect?
Sentence 3 sentence 5
Sentence 4 sentence 6
__________3. Which word is the antonym of the word ‘preserve’?
destroy protect
nurture support
__________4. Which word does NOT belong to the group?
forget sunrays
blackboard eyesight
For number 5-8, refer to the selection below.

“Joshua, are you writing again?” asked Mrs. Talbot for what seemed like the hundredth
time. “If you don’t come down and participate in life, you aren’t going to have anything to
write about!”

Joshua didn’t agree. He spent lots of time living. But he also spent lots of time writing. He
recorded what happened during the school days, during breakfast, during dinner, and
during play time with friends. But in his writing, all the things happened on Mars set hundreds
of years before or after they actually happened. It seemed to him that his life was much
more interesting when he put it somewhere else in time or space. After all, Joshua planned
on being a writer when he grew up. He needed lots of practice.
__________5. Who is the main character of the selection? ( Diary Joshua Mars Mrs. Talbot)
__________6. What could be the setting of the selection? (at the park in school at home in
Mars)
__________7. Who do you think is Mrs. Talbot?
Joshua’s mother Joshua’s teacher
Joshua’s sister Joshua’s neighbor
__________8. What could the underlined statement mean?
Joshua has a time machine Joshua has a wide imagination
Joshua is an astronaut Joshua lives in Mars.
__________9. What restatement tells what Malians are?
1. Passing on ( 2) cultural traditions is (3) important to Malians, (4) the people who live in
Mali.
___________10. It is the use of words to create a picture in the reader’s mind? (alliteration
assonance consonance imaginary

Language Expression:
Directions: Can you imagine what it would be like to live in Brgy. Mayamot? Use each kind of
sentence at least twice. Be sure to use the correct end punctuation for each sentence.