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1 Cambridge International Examinations Cambridge Primary Checkpoint SCIENCE 0846/01 Paper 1 For Examination from 2014 SPECIMEN PAPER Candidates answer on the Question Paper. Additional Materials: Pen Calculator Pencil Ruler 45 minutes READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name in the spaces at the top of this page. Write in dark blue or black pen. Answer all questions. The number of marks is given in brackets [ ] at the end of each question or part question. You should show all your working in the booklet. The total number of marks for this paper is 50. This document consists of 18 printed pages and 2 blank pages. IB _01_SP/2RP UCLES 2014 [Turn over

2 1 All living things have different life processes. Write down the life process in the table next to the definition. The first one has been done for you. 2 definition responding and reacting life process sensitivity producing young/offspring turning food into energy [2] 2 A flounder is a flatfish that lives on the bottom of the sea. (a) Name one feature that you can see in the drawing which makes the fish suited to living on the sea-bed. Explain how this feature is useful. Feature Explanation [2]

3 3 (b) These fish can be caught by fishermen with a rod and line or by dragging large nets across the sea-bed. Which of these methods is most likely to conserve this variety of fish? Explain your answer. method explanation 3 The Earth rotates on its axis. (a) Write down how long the Earth takes to make one complete rotation on its axis. (b) Which of these sentences is true? Tick ( ) one box. The Sun does not move. The Sun goes round the Moon. The Sun orbits the Earth. The Sun travels round the Earth. [Turn over

4 4 4 Kofi has built an electrical circuit. switch cell lamp (a) The lamps are off. What does Kofi do to turn the lamps on? (b) In the space below draw the circuit diagram for this electrical circuit. Use circuit symbols. [2]

5 5 5 Complete these sentences. Cables and wires need to be good electrical conductors. They are made of. For safety, wires are covered with materials that do not conduct electricity. The wires are covered with. Any material that is a non-conductor is an. [3] [Turn over

6 6 6 Rosie is playing a drum. (a) She increases the pitch of the note made. What does Rosie have to do to increase the pitch? Tick ( ) one box. tighten the drum skin slacken the drum skin strike the drum harder strike the drum softer

7 (b) Which of these statements is true? Tick ( ) the correct box beside each sentence. 7 true false Sound can travel around corners. Sound can spread out in all directions. Sound cannot travel through solids. Sound can travel through liquids. Sound can travel in a vacuum. [3] [Turn over

8 7 Elena is investigating the melting point of different salt solutions. she makes a salt solution using 10 cm 3 of water with a known mass of salt she puts the salt solution into a freezer and leaves it to freeze she takes the frozen salt solution out of the freezer she measures the temperature when the frozen salt solution melts she repeats each experiment. 8 Here are her results. mass of salt used in g first set of results for the experiment melting point in o C second set of results for the experiment (a) What happens to the frozen salt solution when it melts? (b) What is the melting point of pure water? C (c) Complete the sentence about the pattern shown by the results. The the mass of salt in the solution the the melting point.

9 (d) One temperature in the second set of results does not fit the pattern. Which temperature? 9 C (e) Why did Elena collect two sets of results? [Turn over

10 10 8 Samir is flying a kite. There is a strong wind blowing. The picture shows the forces on the kite. A B D C (a) Which letter shows the gravitational force on the kite? Which letter shows the pulling force Samir exerts? Which letter shows the pulling force of the wind? [2]

11 11 (b) Which two forces balance? Circle the correct answer. A and C B and C C and D D and A (c) The strength of the wind increases. The kite stays in the same place. What happens to the pulling force that Samir exerts? 9 All animals eat to give them energy. (a) Here is some information about a food chain in the sea. Penguins eat fish. Fish eat green plants called plankton. Use the information to draw a food chain in the boxes. [Turn over

12 (b) Here is some information about a food chain in a woodland. 12 Owls eat small birds. Small birds eat insects. Insects eat tree leaves. Use the information to complete this food chain. Draw arrows to show the direction that energy is flowing. leaves [2] 10 Gaynor knows that birds have hollow bones like a tube. This helps birds to fly. She is investigating how the diameter of hollow tubes changes the strength of the tube. Here is her apparatus. masses tube of rolled up paper

13 13 Here are her results. diameter of tube in mm mass at breaking in g (a) Which diameter tube is the strongest? mm (b) Gaynor says her results are not very useful. The investigation can be improved by using different materials for the tubes. Write down two other ways Gaynor can improve her investigation [2] (c) Why can hollow bones help birds fly? [Turn over

14 11 Chen crushes some coffee beans into a powder and adds boiling water. 14 coffee beans boiling water coffee powder stage 1 crushing stage 2 boiling water added (a) Why does the water turn brown in stage 2? (b) Chen then filters the mixture of coffee and water. filter paper brown solid brown solution stage 3 filtering Some brown solid is left on the filter paper. Circle the statement that explains this. all of the coffee powder is soluble some of the coffee powder is insoluble all of the coffee powder is insoluble some of the coffee powder is frozen

15 (c) Use these words to complete the sentences about stage filtrate mixture residue solvent The brown solid on the filter paper is the. The brown solution in the beaker is the. [2] (d) Chen heats the brown solution. Half of the water evaporates. What happens to the colour of the brown solution? Tick ( ) one box. goes colourless becomes a lighter brown stays the same colour becomes a darker brown [Turn over

16 12 Sara and Juan are investigating the distance seeds can be dispersed. Here is the equipment they use. 16 fan seed ruler Sara drops a seed near the fan. Juan measures the distance the seed moves. They repeat the test for five more seeds. (a) They want to make it a fair test by always using the same size seed. What two other factors do they keep the same? [2] Here are their results. seed number distance in cm

17 17 (b) Plot their results on a bar chart. The first two have been done for you. distance in cm seed number 5 6 [3] (c) Sara thinks one of the results may be wrong. Which one is it? Seed number (d) These seeds have all been dispersed by the same method. Circle the correct method. animal dispersal explosive dispersal self dispersal water dispersal wind dispersal [Turn over

18 18 13 Gennaro makes the following mixtures in his kitchen. cooking oil and water salt and water bicarbonate of soda and vinegar sugar and water A B C D (a) Complete the table to say what happens to each of the mixtures. Tick ( ) the correct box for each mixture. mixture chemical reaction makes a solution does not react or make a solution A B C D [2] (b) Which is irreversible? (c) Why is it irreversible? (d) Write down how he could get salt back from B.

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