Science - Year 3/4B Summer 1 Animals including humans The Circle of Life Session 6 Quiz Answers PowerPoint Original resource copyright Hamilton Trust, who give permission for it to be adapted as wished by individual users. We refer you to our warning, at the foot of the block overview, about links to other websites. Answers to Quiz on The Circle of Life 1. All living things need food to survive. Food is essential There are 4 true endings to the
sentence and 1 false ending. Choose the statement that is false. A B C D to give us energy. so we can grow. to taste nice.
to keep us healthy. 2. When animals eat, their bodies need to break down the food so it can be used. This process is called A Photosynthesis B Digestion C Hydration D Respiration
3. There are lots of different inside you that help to break down food and absorb the nutrients from it. Together they are called the Digestive System Choose the word that best fits in the gap D A Items Organs C B
Systems Parts 4 Digestion begins in your mouth. Your teeth break up the food into small pieces and your mouth adds juice called A Acid B C D Saliva
Bile Juice 5. In your mouth there are 4 different types of teeth. Which one of these is not a type of tooth? A Incisor E B Canine D
C Postcanine Molar Premolar 6. Which 2 types of teeth are for crushing and grinding food into small pieces? A B Incisors and canines
Molars and premolars C Canines and premolars D Molars and incisors 7. The biting teeth at the front of the mouth are called A Canines
C Premolars B Molars C Incisors 8. Dogs have much longer canine teeth than humans. These pointy teeth are for A Chopping off pieces of food B
Gripping and tearing tough food like meat C Crushing food into small pieces 9. Once food has been chewed into small pieces and mixed with saliva, it is swallowed. The food travels down a tube called A The oesophagus B The small
intestine C The bile duct 10. Next the food enters the stomach where it is churned up with powerful digestive juices that get to work on breaking down food even further. Stomach juices are called A B C
D Mucous Bile Saliva Gastric Acid 11. After a few hours the contents of the stomach move into a long wiggling tube where nutrients are absorbed into the body. This tube is called the A Small intestine
B Large intestine C Liver D Colon 12. What is left after the nutrients have been absorbed then moves into the large intestine a shorter wider tube where Large Intestine
A More gastric juices are added B Water and salts are absorbed by the body C The body fights infection 13. All that is left behind is waste which the body needs to get rid of. This is collected in the last part of the large intestine called the A
Rectum B Gall Bladder C Pancreas 14. The muscles in the rectum form the undigested waste into stools. The scientific name for these is A B Poo
Urine C Faeces D Droppings 15. This is the skull from a creature that ate only plants. Plant eaters are called A Herbivores B Carnivores
C Omnivores 16. Which teeth are missing from the mouth of a herbivore because they are not needed? A Incisors D Molars B Canines C premolars
17. These animals are meat eaters. The scientific name for a meat eater is a A Herbivore B Omnivore C Carnivore 18. Many animals are omnivores. Which of these foods would they eat? A All except the mouse
D B C All except the plants All of them Only the plants 19. Here is a food chain. Which is the producer? A The lettuce
D B C The slug The hedgehog The fox 20. Who is the top predator? A The lettuce
D B C The slug The hedgehog The fox 21. Who is the primary consumer? A The lettuce D
B C The slug The hedgehog The fox 22. The arrows show A B Who is a
predator Who is prey C The direction the energy is moving D Who the consumers are 23. There is an important group of living things that are vital in returning all the nutrients back to the soil so that healthy plants can begin to grow again this group close up the Circle of Life. They are called
? A Predators C B Decomposers Consumers D Producers
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