Skeletal System & Nervous System Worksheet-10

Skeletal System & Nervous System Worksheet-10


Multiple-Choice Question:

  1. How many bones does a baby have?

(A) 300                        (B) 400                        (C) 350


  1. Which of the following helps us in eating and talking?

(A) Upper jaw            (B) Lower jaw            (C) None of these


  1. Which of the following hold the ribs in place?

(A) Hind limb             (B) Sternum                (C) Forelimb


  1. Blood cells are produced in _________.

(A) Bone marrow      (B) Backbone              (C) Brain


  1. Which of the following protect the eyes from dirt and strong light?

(A) Eyebrows              (B) Eyelashes              (C) Eyelids


  1. Identify the type of joint marked “X” in the given picture.

(A) Gliding joint        (B) Pivot joint             (C) Hinge joint


  1. The brain is also known as:

(A) Cerebrum  

(B) Human computer

(C) Cerebellum


  1. Which of the following part of human brain is responsible for muscle coordination and maintaining the balance of our body?

(A) Cerebellum          (B) Cerebrum             (C) Medulla


  1. True/False:

a.      Spinal cord protects the backbone.

b.      The upper jaw is the movable part of the skull.

c.      Backbone present in our body is a single long bone.

d.      Cardiac muscles are the only muscles which we can control.

e.      Smooth muscles are present in the liver.

f.       Bones in knee, elbow, fingers and toes are the examples of hinge joint.

g.      Stirrup is as small as a rice grain.

h.      The human brain is divided into five parts.

i.       Snakes use their tongue to smell.


Miscellaneous Questions:

  1. Identify different parts of the human brain in the given figure.


Fill in the blanks:

  1. ____ is situated below the cerebrum.      


Answer Key:

(1)     (A)

(2)    (B)

(3)    (B)

(4)    (A)

(5)    (B)

(6)    (B)

(7)    (B)

(8)    (A)

(9)    a. False; b. False; c. False; d. False; e. False; f. True; g. True; h. False; i. True

(10)  A) Cerebrum; B) Cerebellum; C) Medulla/ brain stem

(11)   cerebellum