ISO Sample Papers with Answers Class 5

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01. Find the odd one out.

a. Tomato

b. Peas

c. Potato

d. Cabbage


02. Which of these animal classified as a vertebrate?

a. Snail

b. Snake

c. Butterfly

d. Beetle bug


03. Birds are different from insects because birds have _______.

a. Feather

b. Legs

c. Wings

d. None of these


04. If you break a magnet into two pieces, what happens to its magnetic poles?

a. There is no effect.

b. Each magnet will have two south poles.

c. Each magnet will have two north poles.

d. Each magnet will have a north and south pole.


05. What is mechanical energy?

a. Stored energy

b. Energy in motion

c. The sum of its energy in motion and its stored motion

d. Potential and kinetic energy


06. Which is most likely the next step to this food chain? black berries :squirrel :

a. Fox

b. Acorn

c. Mouse

d. Deer


07. _______can live on both land and water.

a. amphibians

b. reptiles

c. invertebrates

d. vertibrates


08. Which list shows a possible order in which energy moves through an ecosystem?

a. herbivore, carnivore, sun, producer, decomposer

b. sun, producer, herbivore, carnivore, decomposer

c. sun, producer, predator, consumer, decomposer

d. producer, sun, carnivore, herbivore, decomposer


09. What is study of birds called?

a. Zoology

b. Orthinology

c. Geology

d. Hepatology


10. Which of the following is incorrect about bacteria?

a. Bacteria or Eukaryotic and contains one nucleus.

b. Bacteria reproduce through binary fission.

c. They transfer genetic material through transformation and transduction.

d. All of these


11. Which of the following food is a protective food?

a. Carbohydrates

b. Fats

c. Vitamins and minerals

d. Both (a) and (b)


12. What do you mean by migration?

a. Production of offspring

b. Change from one form to another

c. The state of being asleep for the winter

d. Movement from one place to another


13. Find the lettered pair of words that go together in the same way as the given pair of words. Pen : Writer : : ___________

a. Voice : Dancer

b. Cloth : Barber

c. Broom : Chef

d. Tools : Worker


14. Bronze is an alloy of:

a. Copper and Zinc

b. Copper and Tin

c. Iron and Copper

d. Zinc and Tin


15. We need to convert ______ substance into _____ to protect our environment.

a. Light into strong

b. Harmful into harmless

c. Good into bad

d. None of the above