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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015 CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:...

The family that is often regarded as our immediate family is known as ______ family.
(a) compound (b) general (c) nuclear (d) extended

The younger or elder brother of our mother or father is our ____________
(a) cousin (b) uncle (c) nephew (d) aunt

There are basically ________ types of family. (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

____________ is regarded as the total way of life of people.
(a) culture (b) unity (c) lifestyle (d) friendship

A state of being a parent is called ______________
(a) parenting (b) family (c) parenthood (d) character

A situation whereby a girl runs away with a man without the approval of marriage from her parents is known as _________
(a) forced marriage (b) wife inheritance (c) elopement (d) wife swapping

The union between a man and woman is called ________
(a) marriage (b) agreement (c) love (d) mutilation

The virus that destroys parts of the white blood cells called the body soldiers is known as ______________ (a) HIV (b) STD (c) CBD (d) GNLD

How many types of religion do we practice in Nigeria? (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 6

In the olden days, people keep money in the ______________
(a) bank (b) cooperative homes (c) money box (d) finance houses

__________ is the movement of people and goods from one place to another.
(a) communication (b) transportation (c) ware housing (d) importation

What we earn when we work or sell things is ______________
(a) money (b) wages (c) salary (d) income

How many types of marriage do we have? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

Who is the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria?
(a) Dr. Namadi Sambo (b) Dr. Goodluck Johnpaul
(c) Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (d) Mr. Babatunde Fashola

___________ is when air and water become dirty.
(a) pollutant (b) disaster (c) environment (d) pollution

Equipment that uses electricity before they can work is known as ________
(a) appliances (b) electrical appliances (c) non-electrical appliances (d) electronics

A means or process of sending goods out of the country is known as _____
(a) importation (b) import (c) exportation (d) export

Write out the types of religions practiced in Nigeria.
_____________________________________________________________________

The head of a secondary school is a _________
(a) principal (b) provost (c) headmistress (d) president

What is the name of the head teacher in your school? ___________________

Section B:
Write five languages spoken in Nigeria.
Mention two ways our culture can be changed.
Explain the different types of families we have?
Mention three unhealthy marriage practices.
Mention five relevant values to religions differences.
List 6 organisations in the community
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:...

We have ________ types of frying (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 1

___________ is cooking in an open pan of hot fat or oil over a fire.
(a) frying (b) boiling (c) roasting (d) baking

___________ is cooking by putting the food in a pot with enough water.
(a) boiling (b) frying (c) roasting (d) baking

___________ are good source of vitamin (a) rice (b) beans (c) fruits (d) water

An example of energy-giving food is _____________
(a) rice (b) beans (c) meat (d) vegetable

Which of the following is used in cooking?
(a) plate (b) stove (c) maggi (d) fork

Meals taken or eaten at night is _________________
(a) breakfast (b) lunch (c) brunch (d) dinner

_____________ is the taking or eating of all types of food in the right proportion
(a) diet (b) balanced diet (c) food (d) meal

An example of boiled food is _____________
(a) yam (b) cake (c) bread (d) tea

A way of taking care of the kitchen is by
(a) not washing the utensil (b) mopping the floor regularly
(c) mopping the floor once a month (d) littering the floor with refuse

____________ are materials that we can use to cover the surface within the home.
(a) floor covering (b) brick covering (c) house covering (d) covering

An example of floor covering is ___________
(a) tiles (b) brick (c) paper (d) cellulose

Example of household pest includes ________
(a) cockroach (b) tse-tse fly (c) cat (d) lice

__________ is used to kill insect
(a) pesticide (b) insecticide (c) flint (d) baron

A seamstress is ______________
(a) a person who repairs computer (b) a person who sew clothe
(c) a person who dresses a cake (d) a person who dance


A tool used in sewing clothes is ________________
(a) scissors (b) printer (c) milk (d) oven

_____________ is a person who works in a restaurant to serve food.
(a) cook (b) chef (c) waitress (d) teacher

We should bathe _______ times daily. (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

A body building food is ___________
(a) millet (b) egg (c) amala (d) mineral

A caterer is one who ____________ (a) design an event (b) cooks food
(c) cooks food and bakes snacks (d) takes photo shots

Section B
Mention 4 different types of surfaces within the home.
List five materials that are needed for cleaning surfaces in the home.
Define household pests.
Describe a kitchen and identify five tools that can be found in a kitchen.
What is balanced diet
List all the nutrients that can be found in foods.

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

NAME:...

Instruction: - Answer all the questions

List ten materials needed in collage design
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_____________________________________
Which of the materials does a painter use for painting?
(a) squeegee (b) chisel (c) oil paint (d) clay

Which of these art materials is not used in liquid form?
(a) water colour (b) poster colour (c) charcoal (d) oil colour

Papier Mache is prepared by mixing _______________
(a) saw dust & gum (b) clay & gum (c) pulp paper & starch (d) paper & cement

A group of singers singing together is a ________________
(a) band (b) singerists (c) choir (d) orchestras

One of these is a very important cultural value ____________
(a) hardwork (b) idleness (c) smoking (d) forgery

A woman who takes part in a drama is known as _______________
(a) actress (b) actor (c) artisan (d) artist

List four materials needed in finger printing
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:...

Section A: Comprehension
Read the passage and answer the questions. Choose only one correct answer from the options A to E
THE DARK CONTINENT
Until the latter half of the nineteenth century, the Europeans knew little about the interior of Africa. By then much had been learnt about America, Asia and Australia. Because the Europeans knew little about Africa then, this was the chief reason why Stanley, the British explorer called Africa The Dark Continent.
Stanley explored the Congo Basin. The Stanley Falls on this river is called after his name. Most of the inhabitants of Africa are black in complexion and perhaps this was the second reason the words Dark Continent were applied to Africa.
One may ask why the inland part of Africa was unknown until about one hundred years ago. Many are of the opinion that this was because the natives of Africa were not friendly towards Europeans. Until then, Arab slave raiders had been enslaving Africans. This made many Negroes look upon all white people as slave dealers.
But we must not forget the difficulties in exploring Africa. The Sahara Desert, the rapids on rivers and the thick forests made traveling very difficult. The damp, heat, mosquitoes and tse-tse flies caused illness to European explorers.

Who called Africa The Dark Continent?
(a) Europeans (b) Explorers (c) Stanley (d) The British (e) The Americans

What was their chief reason for calling Africa this name?
(a) Because of a bad climate (b) The Arabs had enslaved Africans
(c) Because most of the continent was unexplored by Europeans
(d) The Europeans were white (e) Other continents are nearer Europe than Africa.

What part of Africa was explored by Stanley?
(a) The Congo Basin (b) The African Coast (c) Near the Stanley Falls
(d) The forested part of Africa (e) The interior of Africa.

Give the second reason why Africa was called The Dark Continent.
(a) Coal is mined in Africa (b) There are rivers and deserts (c) Africa is the interior
(d) Its people are black in complexion (e) There are many dark animals in Africa.

What do many people think was the reason why Africa was unknown for a long time?
(a) The Arabs enslaved many Africans (b) Explorers were too busy in other countries.
(c) The natives were unfriendly to the Europeans
(d) The Sahara Desert was too big to cross (e)The Arab slave raiders were wicked

Why were the Negroes unfriendly towards the explorers?
(a) They thought they were traders (b) there were not many slaves left
(c) The explorers were unfriendly (d) The natives of Africa did not want visitors
(e) They thought they had come to buy slaves.

What difficulties did travelers have in Africa?
(a) The Sahara Desert and the tse-tse fly. (b) The Arab slave raiders
(c) The Sahara Desert, the rapids, the thick forests and illness
(d) The Negroes were unfriendly (e) Often the explorers became tired

What brought about ill health to European explorers?
(a) The climate and insects which carried disease, especially mosquitoes and the tse-tse fly. (b) The rapids on African rivers (c) Snake bite and malaria
(d) The dangerous rivers, mosquitoes and deserts (e) The slave raiders unfriendliness

Section B: Choose the appropriate word from the list below to complete each of the following sentences.

Under, since, among, off, except, between, of, till, by, against
She traveled to Kano _____________________ train
Divide the oranges ___________________ the ten children.
The cats played _______________________ the table.
My box is made _______________________ iron
Share the oranges ______________________ the two girls.
The car ran ___________________________ the road and overturned.

Section C: Composition
Write six sentences about best friend

Section D: Grammar
Complete the rhyme by adding an adjective that has a suffix. The word in bold will help you. You can change nouns and verbs into adjectives by adding suffixes like: -

-less, -ful, -ish, -ous, -ing, -y, -able, -ive, -en, -ed, -al, -ic, -ly and -ible

A girl with a smile has a _________________________ face.
A town in the mountains is a ______________________ place.
A doctor of medicine is a _________________________ man.
A plan you cant use is a __________________________ plan.
A car full of rust is a ____________________________ machine.
People go to the tropics for a ___________________________ scene.
Please boil the water; Id like __________________________ eggs for breakfast.
Dont think only of yourself-dont be __________________________ to me.
A face full of sorrow is a ______________________________ sight.
And Ill always remember that ____________________________ night.

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:...

Instruction: Write an anagram for each of these words. The first letter of the new word is underlined.

Example: - don nod

plum - ______________________
anger - ______________________
earth - ______________________
care - ______________________
pale - ______________________
lair - ______________________
sole - ______________________
gates - ______________________
save - ______________________
male - ______________________

Section B: Complete the following with the best answers from the brackets

Without water, man cannot _____________ (grow, live, play)
Without food, man will be ______________ (tried, thirsty, starving)
Food and water are important to ____________ (man, chair, lorry)
Water and food work ___________ (hand in hand, mouth in mouth, book in book).
They have built many __________ for students (mansion, hostels, houses)

Section C: Complete these sentences
Example: Up is to down as before is to after
House is to man as nest is to _______________________
Feather is to bird as fin is to _______________________
Sheep is to mutton as pig is to _____________________
One is to single as two is to _______________________
Flock is to sheep as herd is to ______________________

Section D: Write words that begin with
Br st af dr
_______________ ______________ ______________ ______________
_______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

Section E:
There are ______________ letters in the alphabet
The letters A E I O U are called ____________________
_________________ is the first consonant of the alphabet
Find a word to continue this series: wave, weave, lash, leash, pace, ____________
Write the last vowel of the alphabet __________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:...

Section A: Examples





1.) (2.)



3.) (4.)



5.)



Section B: Examples


6.) (7.)

8.) (9.)

10.)


Section C: Examples

11.) (12.) (13.)


14.) (15.)


Section D: Example




16.) (17.) (18.) (19.) (20.)






Section E: Examples 14 Λ 5 Λ 8 = 27 20 V 3 V 7 = 10 34 Λ 15 V 19 = 30
21.) 25 Λ 11 Λ 13 = (22.) 52 V 7 V = 40 (23.) 80 V 50 Λ 7 =
24.) 60 V 21 V 10 = (25.) 5½ Λ 7½ Λ 7 =

Section F: Examples




26.) (27.) (28.) (29.) (30.)





ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME:...

Instruction: Understand the questions before you attempt it

Write three hundred and ten thousand and seven in figures
(a) 300,107 (b) 310,007 (c) 310,700 (d) 310,170

Simplify 216781 + 1200500 (a) 14170281 (b) 1417281 (c) 417821 (d) 417281

½ + ¾ + 2/8 = (a) 14/8 (b) 12/8 (c) 14/8 (d) 1¼

What is 22/5 of 35 (a) 70 (b) 84 (c) 107 (d) 95

A man in an industry earned a total of N2,500,000 as basic salaries for 10years. What was his annual basic salary per year? (a) N2,500 (b) N25,000 (c) N250,000 (d) N50,000

A house was bought for N1,500,000 and sold for N2,000,000. Calculate the loss or profit percent. (a) 30% (b) 33.3% (c) 3% (d) 53.3%

If x : 12 = 2 : 3, What is x? (a) 10 (b) 18 (c) 19 (d) 21

Write in the simplest form 4/7 : 3 (a) 4:21 (b) 4:22 (c) 4:25 (d) 5:22

Write in the simplest form 3 : 1/3 (a) 9:1 (b) 10:1 (c) 11:1 (d) 12:2

What is the product of 137 and 29? (a) 4000 (b) 3973 (c) 38993 (d) 29939

Which of the following does 7 represent in the number 78328
(a) zero (b) unit (c) tens of thousand (d) thousand

If 100kobo = N1, how many kobo coins will I get from N20.
(a) 2,000 (b) 20,000 (c) 200 (d) 100

Evaluate 252 182 (a) 310 (b) 201 (c) 401 (d) 501

Change 625% to decimal (a) 62.5 (b) 0.625 (c) 6.25 (d) 625.5

Solve 3½ 2 1/6 (a) 11/3 (b) 1½ (c) 12/6 (d) 21/3

Increase 400 by 25% (a) 500 (b) 100 (c) 1000 (d) 6000

Decrease 600 by 25% (a) 450 (b) 550 (c) 650 (d) 750

In a school of 6320 pupils 1061 of them graduated in a particular year. How many people are left assuming no admission was done in that year?
(a) 6259 (b) 5295 (c) 5259 (d) 7259

By how much is 9/4 greater than 13/12 (a) 11/6 (b) 11/5 (c) 21/6 (d) 31/6

461 x 78 = (a) 35,958 (b) 45,958 (c) 15,958 (d) 20,958

Theory
Evaluate 302 192
If 500 mangoes were shared among Taiwo, Kehinde and Gambo in the ration of 3:3:4 respectively. What is Gambos share?
A pair of shoe cost N1050. Find the cost of 3 pairs of such shoes.
Divide 752 ÷ 17
Multiply 361 and 312
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:...

Instruction: Read carefully before you answer the questions
____________ is the air we breathe
(a) oxygen (b) carbon dioxide (c) nitrogen (d) hydrogen

There are ________ types of erosion. (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 1 (d) 5

The situation whereby the air or water or soil is made unsuitable for us is ________
(a) erosion (b) pollination (c) pollution (d) deforestation

The process of making waste product useful again is ______________
(a) remoulding (b) recycling (c) reproducing (d) replacing

_____________ are substances that are capable of contaminating the environment.
(a) waste (b) pollutant (c) acid (d) minerals

There are _______ types of pollution (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) 3

__________ is the washing away of the top soil on the earth surface by water or wind.
(a) erosion (b) recycling (c) reproduction (d) pollination

___________ is the method of environmental sanitation
(a) environmental sanitation (b) waste disposal (c) waste (d) management

Animals that feed on both flesh and plant are _____________
(a) omnivorous (b) herbivorous (c) carnivorous (d) hyperbol

___________ feed on flesh
(a) carnivorous (b) herbivorous (c) omnivorous (d) birds

_________ is the frame work of bones in the body
(a) respiratory system (b) skeletal system (c) excretory system (d) digestive system

The air we breathe out is called ______________
(a) oxygen (b) carbon (c) nitrogen (d) carbon dioxide

Animals with backbone are called ___________ animals
(a) bone (b) vertebrate (c) invertebrate (d) omnivores

The ___________ removes sweat from our body.
(a) nose (b) skin (c) liver (d) lung

____________ is an example of a domestic animal
(a) lion (b) tiger (c) dog (d) leopard

Birds feed on _____________ (a) grains (b) food (c) grass (d) vegetables

Mammals are animals that feed their young ones on ___________
(a) feed (b) breast milk (c) grains (d) grass

_____________ is one of the advantages of healthy environment.
(a) it promotes tourist attractions (b) it promote crime
(c) it discourages investment (d) it reduces development

Waste can be in ___________________ and ___________ form
(a) liquid and solid (b) solid and air (c) gaseous and solid (d) water and stone

Waste can be recycle to become useful
(a) no (b) yes (c) no idea (d) all of the above

Theory (4 marks each)
Define Erosion?
List the types of erosion
What are domestic animals?
List the two groups of domestic animals
Define rocks
List the three types of rocks
What is environmental quality?


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:...

Instruction: Read carefully before you answer the questions
The story that shows how God deliver us is ____________
(a) Abraham and Isaac (b) Paul (c) Jesus (d) five loaves of bread & fishes

All the following except __________ were in the furnace of fire
(a) Shedrach (b) Meshach (c) Abednego (d) Daniel

Jesus fed the multitude with ___________ and ___________
(a) four loaves and two fishes (b) six loaves and six fishes
(c) two loaves and seven fishes (d) five loaves and two fishes

How many thieves were on the cross with Jesus? (a) 6 (b) 2 (c) 1 (d) 4

God created _____________ on the 3rd day. (a) seas and dry land (b) man
(c) birds and creatures in the sea (d) all kinds of animals

What was used to replace Isaac from been sacrificed?
(a) sheep (b) ram (c) dog (d) chicken

We should not worry about tomorrow because God will supply our _________
(a) needs (b) stupid (c) anxious (d) crying

God fed the Israelites with _________ and _____________
(a) bread and butter (b) rice and beans (c) manna and quail (d) vegetables and rice

__________ is the king of Babylon
(a) King Pharaoh (b) King Nebuchadnezer (c) King Herod (d) All of the above

Who delivered the children of Israel from the hands of Pharaoh
(a) Isaac (b) Jacob (c) Abraham (d) Moses

God is a spiritual being (a) True (b) False

Who said this; let us make man in our image.
(a) Moses (b) Jesus (c) Isaac (d) God

In the beginning God created the ____________ and the ___________
(a) Heavens, earth (b) sun, moon (c) sea, dry land (d) light, day

Isaac is the son of _________________
(a) Moses (b) Abraham (c) Jacob (d) Noah

God destroyed the world with __________ during Noah generation.
(a) fire (b) rain (c) thunder (d) sun

The earthly parents of Jesus Christ is ___________ and ___________
(a) Mary and Joseph (b) Deborah and Mary (c) Sarah and Joseph (d) Elijah and Sarah

Jesus Christ is the son of God. (a) True (b) False

The Commandment of Jesus Christ is _________ (a) 15 (b) 8 (c) 10 (d) 11

On the sixth day of creation, God _______________
(a) play (b) rested (c) created man (d) God drink and make merry

The greatest commandment in the bible is ______________
(a) hatred (b) love (c) loyal (d) destroy

Theory (4 marks each)
Explain how God saved Isaac from been sacrificed
List the creation of God from first to the sixth day.
Explain the story of how Jesus fed five thousand people.
Discuss the story of Shedrach, Meshach and Abednego in the furnace of fire.


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:...

___________ is formed when rocks are broken into smaller pieces.
(a) sand (b) soil (c) rocks (d) limestone

One of the following is classes of crop.
(a) protein (b) cereals (c) water (d) vitamins

Animals that are kept by man for their product or by product are called ___
(a) wild animals (b) domestic animals (c) farm animals (d) used animals

The classification of animals according to their mode of feeding is classified into ___
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

Ruminant animals have ___________ stomach
(a) simple (b) complex (c) single (d) five stomach

Non ruminant animal have _________ stomach
(a) complex (b) simple (c) 4 (d) 3

All the following are based on classification of animals based on their uses except __
(a) milk producers (b) egg producers (c) meat producers (d) job producers

__________ is a person who takes care of flowers or group of flowers.
(a) gardeners (b) cleaners (c) designers (d) goldsmith

All the following are benefit of farming except ___________
(a) provision of employment (b) provision of food
(c) provision of disease (d) provision of raw materials

__________ are animals that cause damage to farm animals
(a) pest (b) parasite (c) vector (d) insects

The major occupation of people in riverine area is ____________
(a) farming (b) fishing (c) mining (d) trading

___________ is used to harvest crops such as rice, wheat and cocoa.
(a) tractor (b) sickle (c) hoe (d) cutlass

Pig meat is called ______________
(a) pork (b) chicken (c) beef (d) leather

Birds feed on ______________
(a) grains (b) vegetables (c) grasses (d) leaf

Agriculture is the cultivating of plants and animal for man use.
(a) true (b) false (c) al of the above (d) none of the above

One of the procedure of raising farm crops includes the following except
(a) land clearing, stumping , tillage, planting (b) burning and planting
(c) deforestation and aforestation (d) marketing and purchasing

Manure helps our crops to grow well. (a) True (b) False

Perishable products spoil easily. (a) True (b) False

Cow meat is called _______________
(a) pork (b) beef (c) chicken (d) skin

All are examples of farm animals except ___________
(a) goat (b) cow (c) pig (d) cat

Theory
What are farm animals?
Differentiate between ruminant and non ruminant animals.
List three classes of crops based on their uses / types.
What is Agriculture?
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:...

A blacksmith works in a ______________
(a) shop (b) house (c) forge (d) school

An ___________ is a mixture of two or more metals
(a) element (b) alloy (c) compound (d) rubber

Tailoring is also called ______________
(a) fashion designer (b) butcher (c) sailor (d) goldsmith

A woman tailor is called ____________
(a) seamstress (b) carpenter (c) butcher (d) bricklayer

There are ____________ types of fashion designer.
(a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 1 (d) 2

Equipment used in fashion designing shop are _______ except
(a) thread (b) needle (c) plate (d) weaving machine

__________ are equipment used in the laundry except
(a) washing machine (b) pressing iron (c) detergent (d) stone

Laundry is another name for __________
(a) dry cleaning (b) sweeping (c) washing (d) jumping

A goldsmith use all of these equipment except ____________
(a) hammer (b) sickle (c) anvil (d) knife

Goldsmith is an occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Laundry is an occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

An occupation is what men and women do to earn a living
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Thread and needle is use to join clothes.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

___________ are equipments used by carpenters except
(a) nail (b) wood (c) plate (d) hammer

Carpenter works in the _______________
(a) workshop (b) school (c) hospital (d) mosque

Gold is a natural resources
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

We use bleach to wash white cloths
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Vocational aptitude exposes us on different occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A metallurgist work with ____________
(a) metal (b) stone (c) wood (d) tree

We use metal for construction
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Theory
Who is a metallurgist
What is occupation?
Explain what you understand by laundry service.
List 5 equipment use in the laundry


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:...

A house is a place where people live?
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

We have _________ types of houses (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 6

All are values in house construction except __________
(a) skill (b) hard work (c) quality (d) selfishness

An architect design buildings. (a) True (b) False

Government provides social amenities for its citizen
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Pipe borne water is one of government social amenities
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Corruption makes government not to do some certain things to its citizen
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Lack of money makes government to abandon things.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Civic education helps us to know our _________ as a citizen
(a) right (b) wickedness (c) foolishness (d) selfishness

Government is responsible to provide jobs for its citizens
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Loyalty means ______________
(a) showing support to a person or an institution (b) showing disrespect to people
(c) showing rudeness to people (d) all of the above

We should be loyal to people that are older than us
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A good citizen must obey the laws of the _____________
(a) country (b) elders (c) court (d) pastor

Civic education helps us to be good citizen.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

The police settle dispute and maintain peace and order.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Environmental sanitation is one of the duties of good citizen.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A good citizen must vote for our leaders.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

_________ is the age that one is qualified to vote in Nigeria.
(a) 20 (b) 18 (c) 12 (d) 21

The government that is nearer to the citizen is ______________
(a) Federal Government (b) State Government (c) Local Government (d) All of the above

The federal government controls all the government
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Theory
Explain the two types of houses we have
List five social amenities government provide for us.
Explain what you understand by corruption
Who is a leader?

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: YORUBA LANGUAGE

NAME:...

Dahun awon ibeere wonyi
Yoruba maa n se ere idaraya ni ___________________________
(a) osan (b) isiwo osan (d) owuro (e) osan tabi irole

Ewo ni kii se ere idaraya ninu awon wonyi? (a) ayo (b) okoto (d) arin (e) ogo

Obinrin ko wopo nibi ayo tita nitori pe _______ (a) obinrin lo n toju ile, ounje atomo (b) obinrin lo n toju ile (d) obinrin lo n toju ounje (e) agbalagba obinrin ni won

Ewo lo ba ere ayo mu ninu wonyi (a) odu (b) odu (c) odu (d) odu

Oruko miiran ti a le pe oniworan ayo ni ____________________

Owo tani ogagun Muritala ti gba ijoba ________________
(a) owo ogagun Obasanjo (b) Owo Idiagbon (d) Owo ogagun Gowon (e) Owo Yaradua

Ni asiko Muritala _______ po yanturu (a) ounje (b) emu (d) oti (e) aso

Ni asiko _____________ ni gbogbo nka di ero
(a) Ojukwu (b) Babangida (d) Muritala (e) Jonathan

Odun wo ni ogagun Muritala gba ijoba ni owo ogagun Gowon.
(a) 27th July 1979 (b) 30th December 1975 (d) 14th January 1975 (e) 30th April 1975

Ni asiko Muritala ni gbogbo nkan di ______ (a) ogun (b) ero (d) ijoko (e) sun

APA KEJI
Pari awon owe wonyi
Agbatan ni a ngba ole __________________________________________________
Aigbofa lanwo oke ____________________________________________________
Bori bape nile ________________________________________________________
Ipako oni pako lanri ___________________________________________________
Eniyan ko feni foro ____________________________________________________
Ko alifabeti ede Yoruba: ________________________________________________
Ko awon faweli ede Yoruba; _____________________________________________
Ko konsonanti ede Yoruba jade ___________________________________________
Oro Idekeji
Funfun ____________________________________
Ojo ____________________________________
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015 CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:...

The family that is often regarded as our immediate family is known as ______ family.
(a) compound (b) general (c) nuclear (d) extended

The younger or elder brother of our mother or father is our ____________
(a) cousin (b) uncle (c) nephew (d) aunt

There are basically ________ types of family. (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

____________ is regarded as the total way of life of people.
(a) culture (b) unity (c) lifestyle (d) friendship

A state of being a parent is called ______________
(a) parenting (b) family (c) parenthood (d) character

A situation whereby a girl runs away with a man without the approval of marriage from her parents is known as _________
(a) forced marriage (b) wife inheritance (c) elopement (d) wife swapping

The union between a man and woman is called ________
(a) marriage (b) agreement (c) love (d) mutilation

The virus that destroys parts of the white blood cells called the body soldiers is known as ______________ (a) HIV (b) STD (c) CBD (d) GNLD

How many types of religion do we practice in Nigeria? (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 6

In the olden days, people keep money in the ______________
(a) bank (b) cooperative homes (c) money box (d) finance houses

__________ is the movement of people and goods from one place to another.
(a) communication (b) transportation (c) ware housing (d) importation

What we earn when we work or sell things is ______________
(a) money (b) wages (c) salary (d) income

How many types of marriage do we have? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

Who is the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria?
(a) Dr. Namadi Sambo (b) Dr. Goodluck Johnpaul
(c) Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (d) Mr. Babatunde Fashola

___________ is when air and water become dirty.
(a) pollutant (b) disaster (c) environment (d) pollution

Equipment that uses electricity before they can work is known as ________
(a) appliances (b) electrical appliances (c) non-electrical appliances (d) electronics

A means or process of sending goods out of the country is known as _____
(a) importation (b) import (c) exportation (d) export

Write out the types of religions practiced in Nigeria.
_____________________________________________________________________

The head of a secondary school is a _________
(a) principal (b) provost (c) headmistress (d) president

What is the name of the head teacher in your school? ___________________

Section B:
Write five languages spoken in Nigeria.
Mention two ways our culture can be changed.
Explain the different types of families we have?
Mention three unhealthy marriage practices.
Mention five relevant values to religions differences.
List 6 organisations in the community
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:...

We have ________ types of frying (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 1

___________ is cooking in an open pan of hot fat or oil over a fire.
(a) frying (b) boiling (c) roasting (d) baking

___________ is cooking by putting the food in a pot with enough water.
(a) boiling (b) frying (c) roasting (d) baking

___________ are good source of vitamin (a) rice (b) beans (c) fruits (d) water

An example of energy-giving food is _____________
(a) rice (b) beans (c) meat (d) vegetable

Which of the following is used in cooking?
(a) plate (b) stove (c) maggi (d) fork

Meals taken or eaten at night is _________________
(a) breakfast (b) lunch (c) brunch (d) dinner

_____________ is the taking or eating of all types of food in the right proportion
(a) diet (b) balanced diet (c) food (d) meal

An example of boiled food is _____________
(a) yam (b) cake (c) bread (d) tea

A way of taking care of the kitchen is by
(a) not washing the utensil (b) mopping the floor regularly
(c) mopping the floor once a month (d) littering the floor with refuse

____________ are materials that we can use to cover the surface within the home.
(a) floor covering (b) brick covering (c) house covering (d) covering

An example of floor covering is ___________
(a) tiles (b) brick (c) paper (d) cellulose

Example of household pest includes ________
(a) cockroach (b) tse-tse fly (c) cat (d) lice

__________ is used to kill insect
(a) pesticide (b) insecticide (c) flint (d) baron

A seamstress is ______________
(a) a person who repairs computer (b) a person who sew clothe
(c) a person who dresses a cake (d) a person who dance


A tool used in sewing clothes is ________________
(a) scissors (b) printer (c) milk (d) oven

_____________ is a person who works in a restaurant to serve food.
(a) cook (b) chef (c) waitress (d) teacher

We should bathe _______ times daily. (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

A body building food is ___________
(a) millet (b) egg (c) amala (d) mineral

A caterer is one who ____________ (a) design an event (b) cooks food
(c) cooks food and bakes snacks (d) takes photo shots

Section B
Mention 4 different types of surfaces within the home.
List five materials that are needed for cleaning surfaces in the home.
Define household pests.
Describe a kitchen and identify five tools that can be found in a kitchen.
What is balanced diet
List all the nutrients that can be found in foods.

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

NAME:...

Instruction: - Answer all the questions

List ten materials needed in collage design
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_______________________________________
_____________________________________
Which of the materials does a painter use for painting?
(a) squeegee (b) chisel (c) oil paint (d) clay

Which of these art materials is not used in liquid form?
(a) water colour (b) poster colour (c) charcoal (d) oil colour

Papier Mache is prepared by mixing _______________
(a) saw dust & gum (b) clay & gum (c) pulp paper & starch (d) paper & cement

A group of singers singing together is a ________________
(a) band (b) singerists (c) choir (d) orchestras

One of these is a very important cultural value ____________
(a) hardwork (b) idleness (c) smoking (d) forgery

A woman who takes part in a drama is known as _______________
(a) actress (b) actor (c) artisan (d) artist

List four materials needed in finger printing
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:...

Section A: Comprehension
Read the passage and answer the questions. Choose only one correct answer from the options A to E
THE DARK CONTINENT
Until the latter half of the nineteenth century, the Europeans knew little about the interior of Africa. By then much had been learnt about America, Asia and Australia. Because the Europeans knew little about Africa then, this was the chief reason why Stanley, the British explorer called Africa The Dark Continent.
Stanley explored the Congo Basin. The Stanley Falls on this river is called after his name. Most of the inhabitants of Africa are black in complexion and perhaps this was the second reason the words Dark Continent were applied to Africa.
One may ask why the inland part of Africa was unknown until about one hundred years ago. Many are of the opinion that this was because the natives of Africa were not friendly towards Europeans. Until then, Arab slave raiders had been enslaving Africans. This made many Negroes look upon all white people as slave dealers.
But we must not forget the difficulties in exploring Africa. The Sahara Desert, the rapids on rivers and the thick forests made traveling very difficult. The damp, heat, mosquitoes and tse-tse flies caused illness to European explorers.

Who called Africa The Dark Continent?
(a) Europeans (b) Explorers (c) Stanley (d) The British (e) The Americans

What was their chief reason for calling Africa this name?
(a) Because of a bad climate (b) The Arabs had enslaved Africans
(c) Because most of the continent was unexplored by Europeans
(d) The Europeans were white (e) Other continents are nearer Europe than Africa.

What part of Africa was explored by Stanley?
(a) The Congo Basin (b) The African Coast (c) Near the Stanley Falls
(d) The forested part of Africa (e) The interior of Africa.

Give the second reason why Africa was called The Dark Continent.
(a) Coal is mined in Africa (b) There are rivers and deserts (c) Africa is the interior
(d) Its people are black in complexion (e) There are many dark animals in Africa.

What do many people think was the reason why Africa was unknown for a long time?
(a) The Arabs enslaved many Africans (b) Explorers were too busy in other countries.
(c) The natives were unfriendly to the Europeans
(d) The Sahara Desert was too big to cross (e)The Arab slave raiders were wicked

Why were the Negroes unfriendly towards the explorers?
(a) They thought they were traders (b) there were not many slaves left
(c) The explorers were unfriendly (d) The natives of Africa did not want visitors
(e) They thought they had come to buy slaves.

What difficulties did travelers have in Africa?
(a) The Sahara Desert and the tse-tse fly. (b) The Arab slave raiders
(c) The Sahara Desert, the rapids, the thick forests and illness
(d) The Negroes were unfriendly (e) Often the explorers became tired

What brought about ill health to European explorers?
(a) The climate and insects which carried disease, especially mosquitoes and the tse-tse fly. (b) The rapids on African rivers (c) Snake bite and malaria
(d) The dangerous rivers, mosquitoes and deserts (e) The slave raiders unfriendliness

Section B: Choose the appropriate word from the list below to complete each of the following sentences.

Under, since, among, off, except, between, of, till, by, against
She traveled to Kano _____________________ train
Divide the oranges ___________________ the ten children.
The cats played _______________________ the table.
My box is made _______________________ iron
Share the oranges ______________________ the two girls.
The car ran ___________________________ the road and overturned.

Section C: Composition
Write six sentences about best friend

Section D: Grammar
Complete the rhyme by adding an adjective that has a suffix. The word in bold will help you. You can change nouns and verbs into adjectives by adding suffixes like: -

-less, -ful, -ish, -ous, -ing, -y, -able, -ive, -en, -ed, -al, -ic, -ly and -ible

A girl with a smile has a _________________________ face.
A town in the mountains is a ______________________ place.
A doctor of medicine is a _________________________ man.
A plan you cant use is a __________________________ plan.
A car full of rust is a ____________________________ machine.
People go to the tropics for a ___________________________ scene.
Please boil the water; Id like __________________________ eggs for breakfast.
Dont think only of yourself-dont be __________________________ to me.
A face full of sorrow is a ______________________________ sight.
And Ill always remember that ____________________________ night.

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:...

Instruction: Write an anagram for each of these words. The first letter of the new word is underlined.

Example: - don nod

plum - ______________________
anger - ______________________
earth - ______________________
care - ______________________
pale - ______________________
lair - ______________________
sole - ______________________
gates - ______________________
save - ______________________
male - ______________________

Section B: Complete the following with the best answers from the brackets

Without water, man cannot _____________ (grow, live, play)
Without food, man will be ______________ (tried, thirsty, starving)
Food and water are important to ____________ (man, chair, lorry)
Water and food work ___________ (hand in hand, mouth in mouth, book in book).
They have built many __________ for students (mansion, hostels, houses)

Section C: Complete these sentences
Example: Up is to down as before is to after
House is to man as nest is to _______________________
Feather is to bird as fin is to _______________________
Sheep is to mutton as pig is to _____________________
One is to single as two is to _______________________
Flock is to sheep as herd is to ______________________

Section D: Write words that begin with
Br st af dr
_______________ ______________ ______________ ______________
_______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

Section E:
There are ______________ letters in the alphabet
The letters A E I O U are called ____________________
_________________ is the first consonant of the alphabet
Find a word to continue this series: wave, weave, lash, leash, pace, ____________
Write the last vowel of the alphabet __________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:...

Section A: Examples





1.) (2.)



3.) (4.)



5.)



Section B: Examples


6.) (7.)

8.) (9.)

10.)


Section C: Examples

11.) (12.) (13.)


14.) (15.)


Section D: Example




16.) (17.) (18.) (19.) (20.)






Section E: Examples 14 Λ 5 Λ 8 = 27 20 V 3 V 7 = 10 34 Λ 15 V 19 = 30
21.) 25 Λ 11 Λ 13 = (22.) 52 V 7 V = 40 (23.) 80 V 50 Λ 7 =
24.) 60 V 21 V 10 = (25.) 5½ Λ 7½ Λ 7 =

Section F: Examples




26.) (27.) (28.) (29.) (30.)





ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME:...

Instruction: Understand the questions before you attempt it

Write three hundred and ten thousand and seven in figures
(a) 300,107 (b) 310,007 (c) 310,700 (d) 310,170

Simplify 216781 + 1200500 (a) 14170281 (b) 1417281 (c) 417821 (d) 417281

½ + ¾ + 2/8 = (a) 14/8 (b) 12/8 (c) 14/8 (d) 1¼

What is 22/5 of 35 (a) 70 (b) 84 (c) 107 (d) 95

A man in an industry earned a total of N2,500,000 as basic salaries for 10years. What was his annual basic salary per year? (a) N2,500 (b) N25,000 (c) N250,000 (d) N50,000

A house was bought for N1,500,000 and sold for N2,000,000. Calculate the loss or profit percent. (a) 30% (b) 33.3% (c) 3% (d) 53.3%

If x : 12 = 2 : 3, What is x? (a) 10 (b) 18 (c) 19 (d) 21

Write in the simplest form 4/7 : 3 (a) 4:21 (b) 4:22 (c) 4:25 (d) 5:22

Write in the simplest form 3 : 1/3 (a) 9:1 (b) 10:1 (c) 11:1 (d) 12:2

What is the product of 137 and 29? (a) 4000 (b) 3973 (c) 38993 (d) 29939

Which of the following does 7 represent in the number 78328
(a) zero (b) unit (c) tens of thousand (d) thousand

If 100kobo = N1, how many kobo coins will I get from N20.
(a) 2,000 (b) 20,000 (c) 200 (d) 100

Evaluate 252 182 (a) 310 (b) 201 (c) 401 (d) 501

Change 625% to decimal (a) 62.5 (b) 0.625 (c) 6.25 (d) 625.5

Solve 3½ 2 1/6 (a) 11/3 (b) 1½ (c) 12/6 (d) 21/3

Increase 400 by 25% (a) 500 (b) 100 (c) 1000 (d) 6000

Decrease 600 by 25% (a) 450 (b) 550 (c) 650 (d) 750

In a school of 6320 pupils 1061 of them graduated in a particular year. How many people are left assuming no admission was done in that year?
(a) 6259 (b) 5295 (c) 5259 (d) 7259

By how much is 9/4 greater than 13/12 (a) 11/6 (b) 11/5 (c) 21/6 (d) 31/6

461 x 78 = (a) 35,958 (b) 45,958 (c) 15,958 (d) 20,958

Theory
Evaluate 302 192
If 500 mangoes were shared among Taiwo, Kehinde and Gambo in the ration of 3:3:4 respectively. What is Gambos share?
A pair of shoe cost N1050. Find the cost of 3 pairs of such shoes.
Divide 752 ÷ 17
Multiply 361 and 312
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:...

Instruction: Read carefully before you answer the questions
____________ is the air we breathe
(a) oxygen (b) carbon dioxide (c) nitrogen (d) hydrogen

There are ________ types of erosion. (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 1 (d) 5

The situation whereby the air or water or soil is made unsuitable for us is ________
(a) erosion (b) pollination (c) pollution (d) deforestation

The process of making waste product useful again is ______________
(a) remoulding (b) recycling (c) reproducing (d) replacing

_____________ are substances that are capable of contaminating the environment.
(a) waste (b) pollutant (c) acid (d) minerals

There are _______ types of pollution (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 5 (d) 3

__________ is the washing away of the top soil on the earth surface by water or wind.
(a) erosion (b) recycling (c) reproduction (d) pollination

___________ is the method of environmental sanitation
(a) environmental sanitation (b) waste disposal (c) waste (d) management

Animals that feed on both flesh and plant are _____________
(a) omnivorous (b) herbivorous (c) carnivorous (d) hyperbol

___________ feed on flesh
(a) carnivorous (b) herbivorous (c) omnivorous (d) birds

_________ is the frame work of bones in the body
(a) respiratory system (b) skeletal system (c) excretory system (d) digestive system

The air we breathe out is called ______________
(a) oxygen (b) carbon (c) nitrogen (d) carbon dioxide

Animals with backbone are called ___________ animals
(a) bone (b) vertebrate (c) invertebrate (d) omnivores

The ___________ removes sweat from our body.
(a) nose (b) skin (c) liver (d) lung

____________ is an example of a domestic animal
(a) lion (b) tiger (c) dog (d) leopard

Birds feed on _____________ (a) grains (b) food (c) grass (d) vegetables

Mammals are animals that feed their young ones on ___________
(a) feed (b) breast milk (c) grains (d) grass

_____________ is one of the advantages of healthy environment.
(a) it promotes tourist attractions (b) it promote crime
(c) it discourages investment (d) it reduces development

Waste can be in ___________________ and ___________ form
(a) liquid and solid (b) solid and air (c) gaseous and solid (d) water and stone

Waste can be recycle to become useful
(a) no (b) yes (c) no idea (d) all of the above

Theory (4 marks each)
Define Erosion?
List the types of erosion
What are domestic animals?
List the two groups of domestic animals
Define rocks
List the three types of rocks
What is environmental quality?


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:...

Instruction: Read carefully before you answer the questions
The story that shows how God deliver us is ____________
(a) Abraham and Isaac (b) Paul (c) Jesus (d) five loaves of bread & fishes

All the following except __________ were in the furnace of fire
(a) Shedrach (b) Meshach (c) Abednego (d) Daniel

Jesus fed the multitude with ___________ and ___________
(a) four loaves and two fishes (b) six loaves and six fishes
(c) two loaves and seven fishes (d) five loaves and two fishes

How many thieves were on the cross with Jesus? (a) 6 (b) 2 (c) 1 (d) 4

God created _____________ on the 3rd day. (a) seas and dry land (b) man
(c) birds and creatures in the sea (d) all kinds of animals

What was used to replace Isaac from been sacrificed?
(a) sheep (b) ram (c) dog (d) chicken

We should not worry about tomorrow because God will supply our _________
(a) needs (b) stupid (c) anxious (d) crying

God fed the Israelites with _________ and _____________
(a) bread and butter (b) rice and beans (c) manna and quail (d) vegetables and rice

__________ is the king of Babylon
(a) King Pharaoh (b) King Nebuchadnezer (c) King Herod (d) All of the above

Who delivered the children of Israel from the hands of Pharaoh
(a) Isaac (b) Jacob (c) Abraham (d) Moses

God is a spiritual being (a) True (b) False

Who said this; let us make man in our image.
(a) Moses (b) Jesus (c) Isaac (d) God

In the beginning God created the ____________ and the ___________
(a) Heavens, earth (b) sun, moon (c) sea, dry land (d) light, day

Isaac is the son of _________________
(a) Moses (b) Abraham (c) Jacob (d) Noah

God destroyed the world with __________ during Noah generation.
(a) fire (b) rain (c) thunder (d) sun

The earthly parents of Jesus Christ is ___________ and ___________
(a) Mary and Joseph (b) Deborah and Mary (c) Sarah and Joseph (d) Elijah and Sarah

Jesus Christ is the son of God. (a) True (b) False

The Commandment of Jesus Christ is _________ (a) 15 (b) 8 (c) 10 (d) 11

On the sixth day of creation, God _______________
(a) play (b) rested (c) created man (d) God drink and make merry

The greatest commandment in the bible is ______________
(a) hatred (b) love (c) loyal (d) destroy

Theory (4 marks each)
Explain how God saved Isaac from been sacrificed
List the creation of God from first to the sixth day.
Explain the story of how Jesus fed five thousand people.
Discuss the story of Shedrach, Meshach and Abednego in the furnace of fire.


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:...

___________ is formed when rocks are broken into smaller pieces.
(a) sand (b) soil (c) rocks (d) limestone

One of the following is classes of crop.
(a) protein (b) cereals (c) water (d) vitamins

Animals that are kept by man for their product or by product are called ___
(a) wild animals (b) domestic animals (c) farm animals (d) used animals

The classification of animals according to their mode of feeding is classified into ___
(a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 5

Ruminant animals have ___________ stomach
(a) simple (b) complex (c) single (d) five stomach

Non ruminant animal have _________ stomach
(a) complex (b) simple (c) 4 (d) 3

All the following are based on classification of animals based on their uses except __
(a) milk producers (b) egg producers (c) meat producers (d) job producers

__________ is a person who takes care of flowers or group of flowers.
(a) gardeners (b) cleaners (c) designers (d) goldsmith

All the following are benefit of farming except ___________
(a) provision of employment (b) provision of food
(c) provision of disease (d) provision of raw materials

__________ are animals that cause damage to farm animals
(a) pest (b) parasite (c) vector (d) insects

The major occupation of people in riverine area is ____________
(a) farming (b) fishing (c) mining (d) trading

___________ is used to harvest crops such as rice, wheat and cocoa.
(a) tractor (b) sickle (c) hoe (d) cutlass

Pig meat is called ______________
(a) pork (b) chicken (c) beef (d) leather

Birds feed on ______________
(a) grains (b) vegetables (c) grasses (d) leaf

Agriculture is the cultivating of plants and animal for man use.
(a) true (b) false (c) al of the above (d) none of the above

One of the procedure of raising farm crops includes the following except
(a) land clearing, stumping , tillage, planting (b) burning and planting
(c) deforestation and aforestation (d) marketing and purchasing

Manure helps our crops to grow well. (a) True (b) False

Perishable products spoil easily. (a) True (b) False

Cow meat is called _______________
(a) pork (b) beef (c) chicken (d) skin

All are examples of farm animals except ___________
(a) goat (b) cow (c) pig (d) cat

Theory
What are farm animals?
Differentiate between ruminant and non ruminant animals.
List three classes of crops based on their uses / types.
What is Agriculture?
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:...

A blacksmith works in a ______________
(a) shop (b) house (c) forge (d) school

An ___________ is a mixture of two or more metals
(a) element (b) alloy (c) compound (d) rubber

Tailoring is also called ______________
(a) fashion designer (b) butcher (c) sailor (d) goldsmith

A woman tailor is called ____________
(a) seamstress (b) carpenter (c) butcher (d) bricklayer

There are ____________ types of fashion designer.
(a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 1 (d) 2

Equipment used in fashion designing shop are _______ except
(a) thread (b) needle (c) plate (d) weaving machine

__________ are equipment used in the laundry except
(a) washing machine (b) pressing iron (c) detergent (d) stone

Laundry is another name for __________
(a) dry cleaning (b) sweeping (c) washing (d) jumping

A goldsmith use all of these equipment except ____________
(a) hammer (b) sickle (c) anvil (d) knife

Goldsmith is an occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Laundry is an occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

An occupation is what men and women do to earn a living
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Thread and needle is use to join clothes.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

___________ are equipments used by carpenters except
(a) nail (b) wood (c) plate (d) hammer

Carpenter works in the _______________
(a) workshop (b) school (c) hospital (d) mosque

Gold is a natural resources
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

We use bleach to wash white cloths
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Vocational aptitude exposes us on different occupation
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A metallurgist work with ____________
(a) metal (b) stone (c) wood (d) tree

We use metal for construction
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Theory
Who is a metallurgist
What is occupation?
Explain what you understand by laundry service.
List 5 equipment use in the laundry


ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:...

A house is a place where people live?
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

We have _________ types of houses (a) 5 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 6

All are values in house construction except __________
(a) skill (b) hard work (c) quality (d) selfishness

An architect design buildings. (a) True (b) False

Government provides social amenities for its citizen
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Pipe borne water is one of government social amenities
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Corruption makes government not to do some certain things to its citizen
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Lack of money makes government to abandon things.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Civic education helps us to know our _________ as a citizen
(a) right (b) wickedness (c) foolishness (d) selfishness

Government is responsible to provide jobs for its citizens
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Loyalty means ______________
(a) showing support to a person or an institution (b) showing disrespect to people
(c) showing rudeness to people (d) all of the above

We should be loyal to people that are older than us
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A good citizen must obey the laws of the _____________
(a) country (b) elders (c) court (d) pastor

Civic education helps us to be good citizen.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

The police settle dispute and maintain peace and order.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Environmental sanitation is one of the duties of good citizen.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

A good citizen must vote for our leaders.
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

_________ is the age that one is qualified to vote in Nigeria.
(a) 20 (b) 18 (c) 12 (d) 21

The government that is nearer to the citizen is ______________
(a) Federal Government (b) State Government (c) Local Government (d) All of the above

The federal government controls all the government
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

Theory
Explain the two types of houses we have
List five social amenities government provide for us.
Explain what you understand by corruption
Who is a leader?

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: YORUBA LANGUAGE

NAME:...

Dahun awon ibeere wonyi
Yoruba maa n se ere idaraya ni ___________________________
(a) osan (b) isiwo osan (d) owuro (e) osan tabi irole

Ewo ni kii se ere idaraya ninu awon wonyi? (a) ayo (b) okoto (d) arin (e) ogo

Obinrin ko wopo nibi ayo tita nitori pe _______ (a) obinrin lo n toju ile, ounje atomo (b) obinrin lo n toju ile (d) obinrin lo n toju ounje (e) agbalagba obinrin ni won

Ewo lo ba ere ayo mu ninu wonyi (a) odu (b) odu (c) odu (d) odu

Oruko miiran ti a le pe oniworan ayo ni ____________________

Owo tani ogagun Muritala ti gba ijoba ________________
(a) owo ogagun Obasanjo (b) Owo Idiagbon (d) Owo ogagun Gowon (e) Owo Yaradua

Ni asiko Muritala _______ po yanturu (a) ounje (b) emu (d) oti (e) aso

Ni asiko _____________ ni gbogbo nka di ero
(a) Ojukwu (b) Babangida (d) Muritala (e) Jonathan

Odun wo ni ogagun Muritala gba ijoba ni owo ogagun Gowon.
(a) 27th July 1979 (b) 30th December 1975 (d) 14th January 1975 (e) 30th April 1975

Ni asiko Muritala ni gbogbo nkan di ______ (a) ogun (b) ero (d) ijoko (e) sun

APA KEJI
Pari awon owe wonyi
Agbatan ni a ngba ole __________________________________________________
Aigbofa lanwo oke ____________________________________________________
Bori bape nile ________________________________________________________
Ipako oni pako lanri ___________________________________________________
Eniyan ko feni foro ____________________________________________________
Ko alifabeti ede Yoruba: ________________________________________________
Ko awon faweli ede Yoruba; _____________________________________________
Ko konsonanti ede Yoruba jade ___________________________________________
Oro Idekeji
Funfun ____________________________________
Ojo ____________________________________
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