Name: __________________________________ Grade/Section: ________ Score: ___ School: ________________________________ Teacher: __________________________ Directions: Choose the letter of the best answer. Write the letter of your answer on a separate sheet of paper. 1. Which of the following best describes the function of the bones? A. They cover and protect the other vital parts of the body; hence, we are able to do activities normally. B. They give balance when we reason out C. They support the body movement D. They provide strength on your muscles to do certain movements 2. Why do you think a person with oily skin is more prone to pimples than a person with dry skin? A. There is excessive eating of oily foods that may cause pimples or acne. B. There is overproduction of sebum by the oil glands that clogs and infects the glands causing pimples or acne. C. There is lesser sebum produced by the oil glands that cause pimples or acne. D. The wall of the hair follicle in the skin breaks that causes pimples or acne 3. The following are the functions of the integumentary system EXCEPT one. A. It protects the body against microorganisms and invasion by infectious organisms. B. It protects the body from dehydration and against abrupt changes in the temperature. C. It protects the body’s internal living tissues and organs. D. It makes body movement possible through the structure of the skin. 4. How are you going to make your muscles and bones strong and healthy? A. eat nutritious foods and green leafy vegetables B. Drink a lot of water every now and then C. Sleep late in the evening D. Perform activities that will make you feel happy 5. Why is it important to chewing your food properly? A. So it can be swallowed easily and be properly digested. B. So that we can prevent diarrhea C. To avoid the suffering of constipation D. To prevent dehydration and indigestion. 6. How does the digestive system help the body get the nutrients it needs? A. It breaks down the food into smaller pieces that are carried by the blood to the different parts of the body B. It keeps the food for future use for us to continue our life balance C. It gives good taste to the food we eat. D. It distributes air to the different parts of our body.
7. What is the role of the large intestine in the digestion process? A. It produces insulin. B. It absorbs some of the water and salts. C. It secretes enzymes that digest proteins. D. It serves as temporary storage of food and water. 8. How does the small intestine help in the digestion process? A. It acts as temporary storage of food. B. It allows the final digestion and absorption of nutrients to the rest of the body. C. It allows the movement of food down to the stomach. D. It helps in the physical digestion of food. 9. Which of the following is NOT good for the digestive system? A. Trying to finish eating a few hours before going to bed B. Chewing food slowly and well C. Eating unhealthy foods such as junk foods. D. Drinking six to eight glasses of water a day 10. Which of these is the major function of the integumentary system? A. It is responsible for the digestion of food B. It covers the distribution of nutrients all over the body C. It performs body temperature regulation and protects the body’s internal organs D. It maintains the inhalation and exhalation process