science grade 4

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science quiz for grade 4

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Question 1

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The first stage of the journey of the food is called ______________________.
Answer
  • ingestion
  • digestion
  • churning

Question 2

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The second stage is _________________________.
Answer
  • ingestion
  • digestion
  • churning

Question 3

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The last stage of the digestive process is called ___________________________.
Answer
  • egestion
  • digestion
  • churning

Question 4

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This is the movement of the muscles of the digestive organs that squeezes and pushes the food.
Answer
  • peristalsis
  • Pancreatic Juice
  • pancreas

Question 5

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These are found on the surface of the tongue and are used for tasting the food.
Answer
  • grooves
  • pancreas
  • papillae

Question 6

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These produce a digestive juice that moistens and softens the food in the mouth.
Answer
  • gastric juice
  • saliva
  • enzymes

Question 7

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12cm long. muscular tube leading to the stomach
Answer
  • esophagus
  • large intestine
  • small intestine

Question 8

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It is a passageway which feces or waste products move out of the body
Answer
  • colon
  • anus
  • esophagus

Question 9

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Elastic bag shape organ, can become small or big depends on the food it contains
Answer
  • small intestine
  • Esophagus
  • Stomach

Question 10

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Chemical digestion happens when the food is mixed and digested with the help of digestive juices.
Answer
  • True
  • False
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