Human Body-Workbook-5


This workbook contains worksheets on Human Body for Grade-4 NTSE Olympiad Science students. There are total 2 worksheets with 40+ questions.
Pattern of questions : Multiple Choice Questions…

Human Body Worksheet-17

 

  1. Undigested solid waste is excreted through ____.

A. Large intestine                         B. Kidneys

C. Anus                                           D. Skin

 

  1. Which body organ saves the body from poisonous chemicals?

A. Lungs            B. Kidney           C. Liver              D. Stomach.

 

  1. Which of the following action cannot be done with your leg muscles?

A. Spin around                              B. Rope skipping

C. Throwing a ball                        D. Balancing.

 

  1. Kidneys are located in _____.

A. The chest                                   B. The abdomen

C. The hands                                 D. The left side of body

 

  1. Which of the following order correctly illustrates the passage of oxygen in the respiratory system?

A. Nose lungs wind pipe blood

B. Nose blood wind pipe lungs

C. Nose blood lungs wind pipe

D. Nose wind pipe lungs blood

 

  1. We breathe-in oxygen from the air and breathe-out carbon dioxide. Who transports this carbon dioxide ?

A. the blood       B. the bones      C. the heart       D. the kidneys

 

  1. Which of the following diseases is caused because of unclean surroundings and bad food habits?

A. Cancer           B. AIDS              C. Small Pox     D. Diarrhoea

 

  1. The number of molars in each jaw is ____.

A. Four               B. Two                C. One                D. Six

 

  1. Which of the following characteristic show the amphibious nature of frogs?

A. Presence of lungs                    B. Webbed feet

C. Laying of eggs in water          D. All of the above

 

  1. Which of the following food components are needed in small quantities?

A. Proteins        B. Vitamins       C. Fats                D. Carbohydrates

 

Answer Key:

(1)–C; (2)–C; (3)–C; (4)–B; (5)–D; (6)–A; (7)–D; (8)–D; (9)–D; (10)–B