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SECTION A: Objective Test

1. A ___________ is a physical structure  with walls, a roof, doors and window.    (a) house (b) school (c) Church (d) Office

2. There are _________ types of houses (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 2 (d) 5

3. All of the following are reasons why people do not own houses except ___________ (a) poverty (b) High cost of building materials (c) difficult terrain    (d) Wealth

4. _________ is the machinery for carrying out the business of a country.                      (a) Politics (b) Government (c) Organisation (d) Geography

5. One of the following is not a quality service. (a) Accountability (b) Openness        (c) Mismanagement (d) Keeping promises

6. __________ is a person who directs and makes other people to do what he/ she wants them to do for the benefit of all. (a) Follower (b) Player (c) Leader                     (d) Commander

7. ____________ is a subject that enables us to know the activities of government and our rights, duties and responsibilities as citizens. (a) Government                            (b) Geography (c) Civic education (d) Social Studies

8. There are ________ components of Civic Education. (a) 4 (b) 5 (c) 7 (d) 8

9. _________ is showing support or allegiance to a person or an institution.                     (a) Loyalty (b) Legalty (c) Simplicity (d) Citizen.

10. All the following are evidence of loyalty except ________ (a) Obedience                 (b) Respect (c) Support (d) Unwillingness to serve

11. One of the following is not a consequence of disloyalty. (a) corruption                      (b) failure (c) Good will (d) Backwardness

12. __________ is responsible for the making of law. (a) Executive (b) Judiciary (c) Chairman (d) Legislature

13. __________ interpret laws that are made. (a) Judiciary (b) Justice (c) Judges (d) Jungle

14. __________ implements the  laws. (a) Explosive (b) Executive (c) Exploit               (d) Exchange

15. ___________ is a group of people who have common goals and interests and  can embark on collective actions. (a) Press group (b) Pressure group (c) Press club (d) Pressing board

16. __________ means an improper or wrong use of a particular drug. (a) Drug addict (b) Drug abuse (c) Drugging (d) Drug trafficking

17. ___________ are awards given to honour some members of the society who have made exceptional contribution to the development of a nation. (a) National Honours (b) Grammy Honours (c) Nation Honours (d) Nationale Honours.

18. _________ are those beliefs that guides peoples decisions and actions.                     (a) Values (b) Valva (c) Vowel (d) Vanned

19. The following are reasons why we need to value Nigerian goods except _________ (a) Hard work (b) better life (c) Poverty (d) national pride

20. One of the following is not a reason for awarding national Honours, ___________ (a) Hard work (b) Encouragement (c) Promotion of excellence                              (d) Promotion of laziness

21. ___________ is when rights and privileges are not equally distributed in the society. (a) social injustice (b) social infrastructure (c) social behaviour (d) social studies

22. The followings are ways by which workers protest except (a) Demonstration (b) Strike action (c) reduction of production (d) Reduction of tax

23. One of the ways of preventing protest is by _____________.  (a) promoting the welfare of the workers (b) Demoting the workers (c) Delaying the payment of workers (d) Reducing their salaries

24. ___________ is a collection of people who work together to ensure good governance in the society. (a) Civil society (b) Civil education  (c) Civil idea (d) Civil reasoning

25. All of the following are importance of moral education except _____________ (a) Oneness (b) Justice and fair play (c) honesty (d) Disobedience

26. The followings are characteristics of Civil society except _________________ (a) They create awareness (b) They provide training on developmental issues (c) They are always checking abuses (d) They play pranks on people

27. ____________ is a way of preventing drug abuse (a) Use prescribed drugs (b) keep bad company (c) don't ask questions about drug (d) drink plenty of water

28. ____________ is the feeling of love that one has and shows towards one's country. (a) Nation (b) Nationalization (c) Nationalism (d) Naturalization

29. ____________ is the feeling of love and loyalty to one's nation and desire and willingness to make sacrifices for it. (a) Patriotic (b) Patriotism (c) Patronization (d) Patroness

30. ____________ is showing support or allegiance to a person or an institution. (a) Loyalty (b) Honesty (c) Simplicity (d) Love



1a. Define government.

b. List and explain the arms of government.


2a. Define the term Value.

b. State five reasons why we need to value Nigerian goods.


3a. Define the term Drug Abuse.

b. List three factors that contribute to drug abuse and three effects of drug abuse.


4a. Define the term Civic Education.

b. List five components of Civic Education


5a. Briefly explain the following:

i. Nationalism

ii. Patriotism






CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                        SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE


SECTION A: Objective Test

1. The metal commonly used for producing cooking pot is ________________              (a) aluminium  (b) brass  (c) zinc  (d) iron

2. What is the name of a person whose job is to join metals together using heat?       (a) Bricklayer (b) Welder (c) Tailor (d) Electrician

3. The part that provides access in and out of a building is called ____________  (a) Ceiling (b) door (c) linted (d) roof

4. Akara ball is a snacks prepared using __________ method of cooking.                       (a) baking (b) steaming (c) broiling (d) frying

5. Fishing is an aspect of ___________ (a) hunting  (b) Agriculture (c) Ponding   (d) Swimming

6. The art of designing plan or building is _____________ (a) computer engineering (b) Architecture  (c) Software (d) Artist

7. The person that makes pot is called a ___________ (a) maker  (b) builder                  (c) porter (d) potter

8. Heater is known as ____________ (a) boiling ring  (b) water heater (c) iron heater (d) Boiling iron

List five food crops:

9. ___________________________

10. __________________________

11. __________________________

12. __________________________

13. __________________________

Mention two cash crops:

14. __________________________

15. __________________________

16. ___________ are hand-held objects (a) cake (b) chair (c) tools (d) machines

Mention two cutting tools:

17. __________________________

18. __________________________

19. One of the following can be used for hunting. (a) gun (b) head pan (c) net                  (d) watering can

20. A chef's work is to __________ (a) grow crops (b) getting coal from the ground (c) cook (d) serve drinks

List four equipment used in Industrial sewing:

21. _____________________

22. _____________________

23. _____________________

24. _____________________

25. Leather is made from ___________ of animal. (a) nail (b) toe (c) fur (d) hide and skin

List two forms of circuit:

26. _____________________

27. _____________________

Printing and publishing involves the production of

28. ________________________

29. ________________________

30. ________________________



1. List ten different workers in our community

2. Draw a rake

3. Mention three people involved in the security job.

4. Mention five farming tools.

5. What are the functions of the following:

i. Trowel

ii. Head pan

iii. Nail and hammer

basic science 5 second term

SECTION A: Objective Test

1. ______________ are things applied to the body to make it look or smell better. (a) Adornment  (b) pomade  (c) Cosmetics  (d) perfumes

2. Good posture is a sign of _________________.   (a) good health (b) upright standing (c) co-ordination  (d)  obedience

3. Visitors are entertained in the ____________ (a) Corridor (b) bedroom                     (c) sitting room (d) toilet

4. An example of food that can be cooked by steaming is _______________

(a) Akara (b) moimoi (c) rice (d) jollof rice

5. ____________ is cooking by putting the food in a pot with enough water.                   (a) steaming (b) boiling (c) frying (d) broiling

6. ___________ and ____________ are needed to press wrinkles out of a washed cloth. (a) charcoal, stove  (b) stove, iron  (c) pressing iron and table  (d) carpet and iron

7. One of these can ,be .used to mend clothes. (a) table  (b)  soap and water                      (c) needle and thread  (d) thimble and water

8. One of these is not an article for mending cloth. (a) Scissors  (b)  thread                      (c)  needle  (d) stick

9. The cooking of food under or over a very strong heat of fire is ___________                (a) grinning (b) grilling  (c) toasting  (d) stewing

10. Examples of food that can be roasted include ___________ (a) yam  (b)  rice  (c) bread  (d) beans

11. Vegetables and salads may be eaten without cooking.  True/ False

12. We cook our food to make it ___________ (a) palatable (b) vegetable                     (c) veritable (d) Sensable

13. When we cook our food, it aids ____________ (a) growth  (b) digestion                  (c) wealth (d) development

14. Wastes are grouped into ____________  (a) one  (b) two  (c) three  (d) four

15. Household pests are insects and ___________ which are harmful to man and his surroundings. (a) poisons (b) diseases  (c) snails (d) animals

16. Floor coverings are materials that we can use to _________ the surfaces within the home. (a) tile (b) rug (c) cover (d) protect

17. ___________ are materials that we can use to clean items in the home.                     (a) home agents (b) cleaning agents (c) charcoal and ash (d) polish

18. Nails are found in the __________ and _________ only.  (a) Toes (b) tail                 (c) nose (d) fingers and toes

19. Our teeth should be brushed ___________. (a) once daily (b) twice daily                (c) thrice daily (d) weekly daily

20. Raffia can be used to weave _____________. (a) spoon (b) cap  (c) basket               (d) book

21. The following can be used to fasten some shoes (a) cotton, paper, wool (b) lace, buckle, zippers (c) mat, bone, wool (d) zipper, and bead, plastic

22. Starchy sugary foods that stick to the teeth can be removed by ________ (a) using tooth pick (b) using toothbrush and paste (c) using broom (d) going to the hospital

23. The cooking of food in an enclosed compartment in hot air to make it turn brown is __________ (a) grilling (b) toasting (c) stewing (d) boiling

24. Corn can be cooked by ___________ and _________. (a) steaming, boiling (b) boiling and toasting (c) boiling and roasting (d) roasting and stewing

25. The process of preparing food for eating is called ___________. (a) Preparation (b) arrangement (c) boiling (d) cooking

26. One of the following is not a material found in the kitchen. (a) Needle (b) serve (c) pot (d) kettle

27. One effect of mosquito is __________ (a) stain (b) headache (c) flu (d) malaria

28. Cockroaches, lice, houseflies, mosquitoes, ants, etc are all _________ pests. (a) insect (b) animal (c) mammal (d) man

29. An example of surface is __________ (a) wooden (b) rug (c) mat (d) carpet

30. A white, dry, scaly skin found in unwashed hair is called _________ (a) rashes (b) dandruff (c) ringworm (d) ezema



1. List five materials that can be  used for home-made agents.


2. Mention five materials for preparing home-made polish


3. What is cooking? Explain three methods of cooking


4. Explain household pests. Mention eight household pests


5. Describe how you will maintain kitchen hygiene



Section A

SECTION A: Choose the answer that best completes the second pair

1.     Mother and daughter; Father and _____________ (a) brother (b) grandfather (c) niece (d) son

2.     Uncle and nephew; Aunt and ____________  (a) niece (b) mother (c) half sister (d) cousin

3.     Football and goal; Table tennis and _____________ (a) score (b) bell (c) point (d) beat

4.     Trader and shop; Teacher and _______________ (a) barrack (b) stadium (c) studio (d) classroom

5.     Lawyer and law; Doctor and ____________ (a) accident (b) medicine (c) hospital (d) patient

SECTION B: Use this table to answer the questions below













6.     Who likes pink but not orange? _________________

7.     Who likes blue and yellow but not orange? _______________

8.     Who likes yellow and indigo but not pink? _______________

9.     Who likes blue, pink and indigo? _____________________

10.                         Who likes yellow but not blue? ______________________

SECTION C: Re-arrange the following sentences to make sense.

11.                         rose from the floor the child

12.                        she will stay I do not think.

13.                         her leg hurt she.

14.                         shouted 'hurray' the man

15.                         you see whom did at the party.

SECTION D: Complete the first word and begin the second:

16. (      )ack

          o                 (a) B  (b) N (c) S (d) Z



17.  (      )lower     

          a                 (a) F  (b)  H  (c) R  (d)  Q





18. Swo(    )d

                I            (a) r   (b) l  (c)  p  (d) u




19. be (    )ause

             a              (a)  u  (b) l  (c)  d  (d) c



20. Sp __ __ __

      Sh __ __ __             (a) utk  (b) abk  (c) ark  (d) kat


SECTION E: Write 5 (five) Palindrones you know:

21. _________________________

22. _________________________

23. _________________________

24. _________________________

25. _________________________


SECTION F: Complete these words

26. Bird                flying          Snails                   ________________

27. Egg                 shell            Banana       ________________

28. Fish                fin               Bird            ________________

29. Aeroplane      air               Ship            ________________

30. Shoe               leather         Bread                   _____________

social studies third term

CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                                                 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES


Section A: Objective Test

1.     Which of the following is not a source of water? (a) oak (b) rainfall (c) River (d) well

2.     Which of the following is not a food crop? (a) cotton (b) maize (c) yam                     (d) cassava

3.     The fastest means of transportation is (a) aeroplane (b) boat (c) car (d) horse

4.     The union between a man and woman is called (a) courtship (b) engagement (c) love (d) marriage

5.     The head of a University is a ____________ (a) Provost (b) Vice-chancellor (c) Principal (d) Rector

6.     One of the traditional roles of women include the following except                          (a) Taking care of the house (b) cooking for the family (c) looking after the children (d) paying school fees.

7.     _______________ agriculture is the use of machines on the farm to produce crops, poultry, fishery, etc. (a) Mechanized (b) Modernized (c) Machinery (d) Science

8.     One of these is not a machine for Agriculture. (a) Harvester (b) Scissors                 (c) Tractors (d) Incubators

9.     Natural disasters are classified into __________ (a) four (b) three (c) five           (d) two

10.                        ___________ is when air and water become dirty. (a) dirt (b) flame                      (c) pollution (d) refuse

11.                        Consequence of non-compliance with moral responsibilities. (a) Discipline (b) Cultism (c) Obedience (d) Blessings

12.                        The Nigerian Flag was designed by Mr. __________________                              (a) Babangida Ibrahim (b) Kehinde Akinkunmi (c) Taiwo Akinkunmi                   (d) Tayo Musa

13.                        The current system of education in  Nigeria is (a) 5, 4, 4 (b)   4, 3, 3                        (c) 9, 3, 3 (d) 6, 3, 3, 4

14.                         All the following are modern means of transportation except (a) wheel barrow (b) Aeroplane (c) car (d) Train

15.                        One of the things to do to keep our bodies physically fit is __________                  (a) feeding poorly (b) Heredity (c) regular exercise (d) labouring

16.                        There are ___________ basic needs of man. (a) two (b) three (c) four                  (d) five

17.                        Communication is the system of passing _____________ from one place to another (a) talk (b)   information (c) message (d) phone call

18.                        One way of raising funds by the government is through (a) wages                          (b) salaries (c) tax (d) income

19.                        The capital of Nigeria is ________________ (a) Lagos (b) Warri (c) Abuja (d) Ikeja

20.                        What do we earn when we work or sell things. (a) money (b) wages                      (c) salary (d) levy

21.                         One traditional way of saving money is ___________. (a) keeping money in the bank (b) keeping money in micro finance (c) co-operative society savings (d) keeping money in money box

22.                         One of the following is a bad aspect of our culture. (a) dressing                           (b) education (c) cultism (d) greeting

23.                         Cholera is a sexually transmitted disease.   True / False

24.                         How many types of drugs do we have? (a) two (b) three (c) four (d) five

25.                         A small social group of people whose members are related by blood, marriage or adoption is called __________ (a) family (b) relationship                  (c) relative (d) connection

26.                         One cannot be infected with HIV by _________ (a) sharing blade                       (b) sharing toothbrush (c) playing games together (d) transfusing blood

27.                         An unhealthy marriage practice is _________. (a) early marriage                       (b) courtship before marriage (c) having children (d) loving each other

28.                         The exercise practised every last Saturday of each month is _________               (a) environmental sanitation (b) curfew (c) cleaning the house (d) house warming

29.                         One consequence of lack of water in the country is _________.                           (a) construction of roads (b) collapse of houses (c) crops cannot grow                  (d) schools will be built

30.                         Workers go on strike for the following reasons except __________ (a) poor salaries (b) poor housing allowance (c) low medical care (d) friendliness between workers and employers.   


Section B: Theory

1.     Explain the following:

(a)  Cousins

(b) Aunt

(c)  Uncle

(d) Grandfather

(e)  Grandmother

2.     List five traditional ways of saving money

3.     Mention five types of resources

4.     What is Transportation?

5.     Mention Six sources of water


SUBJECT: Mathematics             CLASS: K.G.

DATE: ________________________________. TIME: 1 HOUR.

NAME: ________________________________________________.

(1 ) Count and write number 1 – 60






























































(2) Solve the following problems

        (1) 3                               (2) 8                           (3) 7                           (4) 2

           +4                                   - 5                               - 3                              + 6   

__________                       __________                       ___________         _____________

__________                       __________                       ___________         _____________

      (5) 10 – 3 =                                            (6)   2 + 6 =   


(3) Name these objects

  (1)                                                                                        (2)                                                                                                                                                                                  


                                       _____________________                                      ___________       



(3)                                                                                      (4)

                                                ________________                                             ________


(4)       Fill in the missing number

40 , ____ , ______, _____ ,44 ,______ , _______ , 47 , ____, 49 , _____, _____,   52  , ______ , _____ , ______, 56 , 57 , ______, _______, 60 .

(5) Match the same numbers .      

                   18                                            55

                   27                                            36

                   36                                            48

                   48                                            18

                   55                                            27    



(6) Count and match the correct object to the number.





(7)     Dictation of numbers .                                 

(8) Identify these sizes  

       i)                                                ii)                                   iii)



(9) Identify these numbers.


          10) Colour these objects with the right colour.








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