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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016 CLASS: PRIMARY 6

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

1.) ____________ is the legal union on a man and a woman to become husband and wife. (a) Level (b) Marriage (c) Family

2.) The smallest social entity of any community is the ___________. (a) Father (b) Family (c) Marriage

3.) Taking drugs without doctor's approval is known as drug __________.                  (a) survival (b) mistake (c) abuse

4.) Mr. Abdul has three wives. His family can be said to be __________.                     (a) polygamous (b) monopoly (c) polythenic

5.) James from Abia State marries Fatimah from Kaduna State. This is an example of ____________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

6.) Mr. Fidelis from Edo State has decided to marry a damsel from Edo State. This is an example of ___________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

7.) Social Studies is the study of _________ and his environment. (a) man                  (b) nature (c) life

8.) A ___________ is a lowland between two hills. (a) mountain (b) valley                  (c) ocean

9.) ___________ is the head of the family. (a) Father (b) Mother (c) Teacher

10.) A form of marriage within the same ethnic group is known as _________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

11.) ___________ is the senate president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.                (a) Muhammed Buhari (b) Bukola Saraki (c) Akinwunmi Ambode

12.) __________ is the sum total way of life. (a) Religion (b) Culture                         (c) Marriage

13.) Nigeria became a Republic on October 1st , ___________. (a) 1953 (b) 1963 (c) 1960

14.) The Quran is to the Muslims as the Bible is to the ___________. (a) occultic (b) Fetish (c) Christians

15.) There are _________ arms of government. (a) four (b) three (c) six

16.) There are ________ levels of government. (a) two (b) nine (c) three

17.) The ___________ government is also known as government at the grass root. (a) Federal (b) State (c) Local

18.) Pre-marital sex may lead to ___________. (a) joy (b) happiness (c) death

19.) The place of worship of the traditional worshippers is  called a __________. (a) mosque (b) church (c) shrine

20.) Democracy day in Nigeria is celebrated every ________ of every year.                 (a) 27th  of May  (b) 29th of May  (c) 1st of May

 

PART B

 

1.)  What is Marriage?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Write out two advantages of Inter-ethnic Marriage

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.)  Write out two disadvantages of inter-ethnic Marriage

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  What is Communication?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  What is transportation?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: AGRIC SCIENCE

 

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  Mechanized farming involves farming with ______________.                           (a) machines (b) tools (c) mattock

2.)  The early men were _______________. (a) pilots (b) wanderers                        (c) civilized

3.)  The branch of agricultural science that deals with fish production is known as _____________. (a) Fishing (b) Fishery (c) Fisher

4.)  Rearing of animals for man's use is known as animal ____________.                (a) husbandry (b) midwifery (c) cultivation

5.)  Cocoa can be used to produce beverage like ____________. (a) Nescafe (b) Lipton (c) Milo

6.)  ____________ is the oldest vocation. (a) Farming (b) Acting (c) Teaching

7.)  ____________ is used to produce garri. (a) Yam (b) Rice (c) Cassava

8.)  One of the advantages of agricultural science is that it produces ____________ for industries. (a) electricity (b) raw materials (c) life

9.)  Hide and Skin are the raw materials that are used to produce __________ and ____________. (a) wear and tear (b) shoes and bags (c) man and woman

10.)                     The early men lived in ___________ (a) hotels (b) caves (c) gutter

11.)                     ________ is the uppermost part of the earth that support plant's growth. (a) Soil (b) Earth (c) Land

12.)                     __________ soil is good for modeling pots. (a) Humus (b) Loamy (c) Clay

13.)                     The process whereby rocks are broken down into smaller pieces is known as ___________. (a) eruption (b) volcano (c) weathering

14.)                     A person who takes care of flowers is called a ____________.                 (a) florist (b) miller (c) stylist

15.)                     The soil contains living organisms like ___________ (a) water                        (b) air (c) earthworm

16.)                     _____________ is formed when rocks are broken down into smaller units. (a) Rocks (b) Soil (c) Organism

17.)                     Yam is an example of ___________ food. (a) carbohydrate                    (b) protein (c) living

18.)                     Animals that feed only on herbs or plants are called ___________. (a) Omnivores (b) Herbivores (c) Carnivores

19.)                     Man, based on his mode of feeding can be said to be _______________. (a) Omnivore (b) Herbivore (c) Carnivore

20.)                     Afforestation is the process of ___________ trees. (a) felling                  (b) planting (c) burning

 

PART B

1.)  Mention three types of  soil

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Mention two agents of weathering

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.)              Farm Produce                       Product Produced

a.)  palm tree            _______________

b.)  cocoa                 _______________

 

4.)  Write out four animals that were domesticated

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  Mention two energy giving food crops

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

 

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………

 

Instructions: Read the following questions and answer the questions that follow

(1.)                       ___________ is the oldest vocation. (a) Drama  (b) Preaching                  (c) Farming

(2.)                       The vocation /of a __________ is cooking. (a) Cook (b) Cooker                  (c) Stove

(3.)                       A mixture of two or more metals is known as __________ (a) Alloy  (b) Gold (c) Diamond

(4.)                       A ____________ is an electronic device that can accept data, process it and give us useful information. (a) Computer (b) Farm                      (c) Vocation

(5.)                       The tool that is used to drive in nails into the wood is called ___________. (a) pincer (b) hammer (c) ruler

(6.)                       The vocation of a teacher is ___________. (a) teaching (b) sleeping (c) beating

(7.)                       One of the characteristics of a good vocation is _________.                     (a) money (b) bank (c) acceptability

(8.)                       I. T. simply refers to ____________. (a) Information Technology            (b) Information Transmission (c) Information Telephony

(9.)                       Saw is used by a carpenter to cut __________ into various pieces. (a) wood (b) joy (c) peace

(10.)                  A person that make wooden objects is called a __________                    (a) welder (b) carpenter (c) plumber

(11.)                  ___________ simply means conduct or qualities by which a professional carries out his or her duties. (a) Action (b) Professionalism                 (c) Duct

(12.)                  __________ is one of the qualities of a good professional. (a) Good character (b) Dishonesty (c) Dirtiness

(13.)                  __________ is the professional body for accountants. (a) ICAN                (b) NBA (c) NTA

(14.)                  ___________ is a processed data. (a) Information (b) Date (c) Data

Write out the following in full

(15.)ICAN = ____________________________________________________

(16.) CIBN = ___________________________________________________

(17.) NUT = ____________________________________________________

(18.) To connect two or more computers, you need ___________________. (a) network device (b) rope (c) plastic

(19.) ____________ is an indoor games. (a) Polo    (b) Cycling     (c) Ludo

(20.) ____________ is an outdoor sport. (a) Basket ball (b) Football                     (c) Wrestling

 

PART B

1.)  List four vocations that you know

       _____________________________   _______________________________

       _____________________________   _______________________________

2.)  List four indoor sports

  _____________________________   _______________________________

  _____________________________   _______________________________

3.)  Mention any two data that you can receive through the internet

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  Mention two professional bodies in Nigeria that you know

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  What is the difference between sports and games

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

         ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  __________ things are things that have lives in them. (a) Dead (b) Living (c) Dynamic

2.)  Non-living things do not have ________ in them. (a) lives (b) stone                 (c) back

3.)  The ability of living things to bring forth offspring that resemble their parents is known as _________. (a) Respiration (b) Reproduction                   (c) Irritability

4.)  Synthetic drugs are _________ formulated. (a) chemically (b) naturally               (c) herbal

5.)  ___________ is the condition of the atmosphere for a very brief period of time. (a) Weather (b) Time (c) Climate

6.)  ___________ is used to measure the amount of rainfall. (a) Rainguage               (b) Barometer (c) Anemometer

7.)  ___________ is an example of naturally occurring drugs. (a) Salt                      (b) Panadol (c) Dettol

8.)  ___________ is an example of hard drugs. (a) Cocaine (b) Caffine                       (c) Cucumber

9.)  Health is ____________ (a) good (b) dangerous (c) wealth

10.)                     There are ___________ types of eclipse. (a) one (b) two (c) three

11.)                     ___________ can make use to be an healthy. (a) Malnutrition                 (b) Good food (c) Exercise

12.)                     A __________ is used by the Sailor to navigate the sea. (a) Ruler                (b) Compass (c) Protractor

13.)                     Scientists who study space and the objects we can find in it are called ___________. (a) water (b) space (c)  astronomers

14.)                     The sun is a huge ball of burning __________ . (a) earth (b) gas                (c) solar

15.)                     The earth is ___________ in shape. (a) flat (b) round (c) spherical

16.)                     The __________ rotates from the west to the east as if it is being turned on an imaginary line passing through its centre. (a) moon (b) earth (c) sun

17.)                     The movement of the earth round the sun is called __________.                 (a) resolution (b) revolution (c) rotation

18.)                     The movement of the sun on its axis is called __________.                      (a) resolution (b) revolution (c) rotation

19.)                     The earth is divided into __________ cardinal points. (a) four                  (b) five (c) nine

20.)                     ___________ is the source of the light during the day. (a) Moon              (b) Sun (c) Moon light.

 

PART B

 

1.)  Write out four characteristics of living things.

______________________________ ____________________________ ______________________________ ____________________________ ____

2.)  Explain any two of the characteristics of livingthings.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3a.) What are drugs?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3b.) Mention two food items that are also sources of drugs.

____________________________     ________________________________

4.) What is drug abuse?

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6.)  Mention four planets in the Solar system.

_____________________________    ________________________________

_____________________________    ________________________________

 

 

    ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  All these are beverages except ____________ (a) cocoa (b) tea                  (c) corn flakes

2.)  Which of the following types of oil is not used for cooking ____________. (a) palm oil (b) groundnut oil (c) engine oil

3.)  Rice is a __________ food. (a) fried (b) baked (c) boiled

4.)  Food is necessary for ____________ (a) death (b) wealth (c) growth

5.)  The substance contained in food is called ___________. (a) nutrient                 (b) taste (c) meal

6.)  One main example of a stewed food is ___________ (a) soup (b) yam               (c) buns

7.)  Father is the head of the ___________. (a) land (b) buildings (c) family

8.)  The best source of water for laundry is ____________. (a) sea (b) ocean  (c) tap

9.)  ___________ is a group of people that are related by blood or by marriage. (a) Gang (b) Group (c) Family

10.)                     ___________ are daily pay or income. (a) Salaries (b) Wages                 (c) Savings

11.)                     ___________ are earned at the end of the month. (a) Salaries                   (b) Dividend (c) Contribution

12.)                     We can invest our money by buying ____________. (a) Shares               (b) Shoes (c) Shirts

13.)                     __________ are basic necessities. (a) Wants (b) Needs                              (c) Affordables

14.)                     Window shopping may lead to ___________ (a) impulsive buying (b) targeted buying (c) good rewards

15.)                     ___________ is used to beautify our bodies. (a) Eraser (b) Oil               (c) Cosmetics

16.)                     ___________ creams are not good for the  body. (a) Bleaching                (b) Smoothing (c) Oil base

17.)                     ___________ diet is a meal that contains all the classes of food in the right proportion. (a) Balanced  (b) All (c) Nice

18.)                     The last meal of the day is called ___________. (a) Balanced diet (b) Lunch (c) Dinner

19.)                     Food provides the body with the needed energy (a) Carbohydrate                (b) Protenous (c) Vitamin

20.)                     ____________ is the process of inter-locking two sets of yarns.               (a) Beading (b) Weaving (c) Inter locking

 

PART B

1.)  Mention four sourcec of family income.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2a.) What is family?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2b.) Mention two members of extended family

_______________________________    ______________________________

3.) Give four examples of Carbohydrate foods

_______________________________    ______________________________

_______________________________    ______________________________

4.) What is balanced diet?

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.) Mention two table manner rules.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  Paul was a __________ (a) Jew (b) Nigerian (c) Londoner

2.)  __________ was brought up in Jerusalem. (a) Paul (b) Noah (c) Moses

3.)  After his conversion, Saul's name was converted to __________. (a) Peter (b) Paul (c) James

4.)  ___________ means being friendly and giving freely to visitors and strangers. (a) Hospitality (b) Wickedness (c) Greediness

5.)  It is good to __________ strangers (a) chase (b) welcome (c) leave

6.)  Before Paul was baptized, his name was __________. (a) Saul (b) Maul   (c) Faul

7.)  Saul was persecuting the ______________. (a) Gentiles (b) Jews                       (c) Christians

8.)  The parable of the prodigal son teaches _________________. (a) pain                  (b) forgiveness (c) blessing

9.)  Parables are earthly stories with ___________ meaning. (a) heavenly                  (b) earthy (c) dirty

10.)                     The ____________ son asked from his father to give him his inheritance. (a) younger (b) elderly (c) dead

11.)                     ___________ was a friend of God. (a) Abraham (b) Bond (c) Ruler

12.)                     Abraham while showing hospitality welcomed the __________               (a) angels (b) people (c) Boko Haram

13.)                     We must be our __________ keepers (a) son (b) wife (c) brother

14.)                     When Paul got to Jerusalem after his conversion, what was the reaction of the apostles? (a) fear (b) Happiness (c) Rejection

15.)                     You are nick-named "The Student Pastor" by your colleagues in the school. What if a sick person is brought to you, what would you do?                (a) Buy paracetamol immediately (b) Pray for healing miracles immediately (c) report to the nearest police station

16.)                     Christian religion teaches man how best to maintain his ________ with God. (a) hatred (b) relationship (c) annoyance

17.)                     The ten commandment was given to Moses on Mount __________ (a) Sinai (b) Olive (c) Everest

18.)                     Jesus feed __________ people with five loaves of bread and two fishes. (a) 5,000  (b) 8,000  (c) 10,000

19.)                     A good child is a good ___________. (a) thief (b) culprit (c) citizen

20.)                     __________ means doing what you are told to do. (a) Sacrifice                (b) Prayer (c) Obedience

 

PART B

1.)  Mention any four commandments from the ten commandments

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Mention any four of the disciples of Jesus

3a.) Who was Saul? Saul was _______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________

3b.) Who was he persecuting?

_______________________________________________________________

4.) Write out "The Lord's prayer"

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

1.)  ____________ means working together. (a) Co-operation  (b) Purpose (c) Ransome

2.)  ____________ is the absence of war. (a) Peace (b) War (c) Tolerance

3.)  Nigeria became a republic on October 1st _________. (a) 1953  (b) 1960  (c) 1963

4.)  Senator ___________ is the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. (a) Olusola Saraki  (b) Olusegun Obasanjo  (c) Ambode Akinwunmi

5.)  The legislative arm of government is responsible for _________ in Nigeria. (a) Laws (b) decree (c) degree

6.)  Evil communications __________ good manners. (a) build (b) corrupt (c) endorse

There are three major types of religion in Nigeria which are

7.) ____________________________________________________________

8.) ____________________________________________________________

9.)____________________________________________________________

Write out two national honour:

10.)___________________________________________________________

11.)___________________________________________________________

12.) Write out CFR in full: ________________________________________

Mention two imported goods.

13.)___________________________________________________________

14.)___________________________________________________________

15.) _____________ is the machinery that is set aside to direct the affairs of the people. (a) Bank (b) Military (c) Government

16.) One of the major responsibilities of the government is to provide ____________ for the people. (a) security (b) money (c) good health

17.) Every eligible citizen of Nigeria must pay _________ (a) bribe (b) tithe (c) tax

18.) The basic rights of every individual include the following except right to ________________ (a) life (b) own property (c) revenge

19.) Performing our duties in the society bring about __________ in the community. (a) war (b) peace (c) terror

20.) The highest court in Nigeria is the ________________ court. (a) Supreme (b) Customary (c) Magistrate

 

Section B: Theory

1.)  Write out two fundamental human rights

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Write out the full meaning of the following:

i.                   NDLEA=________________________________________________________________________________________________

ii. NAFDAC = _____________________________________________

         _____________________________________________________

3.)  Mention two Para-military groups in Nigeria

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  a._______________________________ is the senate president of the Federal republic of Nigeria.

b. _______________________________ is the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

     5.) Explain the meaning of the following National symbols:

          a.) The Eagle: ________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

b.) The two white horses: _______________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Solve the following questions and pick out the right answers from the given options.

 

PART A:  Objectives

 

1.)  Write in words 10110110 (a) Ten billion ten million and ten  (b) Ten million ten thousand one hundred and ten  (c) Ten million one hundred and ten thousand, one hundred and ten (d) Ten billion, eleven thousand, one hundred and ten

2.)  What is the place value of 9 in 198.42? (a) 9000  (b) 900  (c) 90  (d) 9

3.)  Given that 100,000 + 40,000 + N + 200 + 80 + 2 = 146,282. What is the value of N? (a) 200 (b) 6,000 (c) 60,000 (d) 2,000  

4.)  A line that divides a circle into two equal parts is called a ___________. (a) chord  (b) circumference (c) diameter (d0 radius

5.)  Write in figures: Four thousand, seven hundred and five (a) 400705                   (b) 40705 (c) 4750 (d) 4705

6.)  The prime numbers between 50 and 60 are _______ and ________                   (a) 51, 53  (b) 51,  57  (c) 53,  59  (d) 57,  59

7.)  Change 75% to decimal.  (a) 75.0 (b) 7.5 (c) 0.75 (d) 0.075

8.)  What is the place value of 4 in 476.25? (a) Thousandths (b) Hundredths         (c) Tens (d) Hundreds

9.)  Find the L.C.M. of 18, 27 and 36. (a) 108 (b) 54  (c) 27  (d) 9

10.)                     What is the product of 5.2 and 1.3 ? (a) 6.76 (b) 6.5 (c) 0.25 (d) 6.25

11.)                     Express 615 in Roman numerals: (a) CDVX  (b) CDXV (c) DCVX (d) DCXV

12.)                     Given that P2 = 25. What is P – 3 ? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

13.)                     If 3y = 27, what is the value of  y ? (a) 3 (b) 6 (c) 9 (d) 18

14.)                     If X + 4 = 6. What is the value of X3 ? (a) 2 (b) 4  (c) 8 (d) 16

15.)                     Express 12g as a decimal of 1kg.  (a) 0.00012 (b) 0.0012 (c) 0.012

              (d) 0.12

16.)                     Find the missing number in the following sum:

    5 6 7 5

-  4 8 B 9

                         4 5  6

          What is the value of B? (a) 9  (b) 8  (c) 7 (d) 6

     17.) 5 books cost N30:00. Calculate the cost of 7 books.  (a) N 40:00            

             (b) N 42:00  (c) N 45:00  (d) N 54:00

     18.) What fraction of 1000 is 625 in its lowest terms? (a) ½ (b) 10/40 (c) 5/8

             (d)  21/40

     19.) Express ¼ in percentage (a) 25% (b) 65% (c) 75% (d) 90%

     20.) A line from the centre of a circle to any point on a circumference is called

            a ___________. (a) diameter  (b) circumference (c) perimeter (d) radius

 

PART B

Show all workings

 

1.)  One quarter of a number is 72. What is the number?

 

2.)  How many times is 0.05 contained in 85

 

3.)  Find the average of 16, 50, 14, 20 and 40.

 

4.)  Decrease 2,000 by 20%

 

5.)  Find the difference between 13 2/3 and 2 1/3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Instruction:  Pick out the word that is related to the one that is written in capital letter.

Sample: Mother and daughter  ;  Father and _________        (brother, sister, son)

1.)  Music and Melody  ;  Food and __________      (taste, delicious, bitter)

2.)  Orchards and Fruits  ;  Paddyfield and ___________   (yam, rice, beans)

3.)  Books and pages  ;  Piano and ____________    (bar, tenor, keys)

4.)  Railways and locomotives  ;  Road and __________    (train, buses, ships)

5.)  Bank and Money  ;  Barn and _____________   (market, mice, grains)

6.)  Lion and roar  ;  Dog and ___________    (yell, shout, bark)

7.)  Bird and fly  ;  Fish and ___________       (swim, jump, water)

8.)  Christian and Bible  ;  Moslem and ________  (Mohammed, Islam, Koran)

9.)  Write and letter  ;  Sew and _____________       (thread, dress, needle)

10.)                     Proud and Stubborn  ;  Humble and ___________       (obedient, stupid, strong)

11.)                     Watch and time  ;  Calendar and ____________ (day, date, diary)

12.)                     Master and apprentice  ;  Teacher and ___________ (pupil, school, classroom)

13.)                     Tailor and cloth  ;  Carpenter and ___________(chair, table, wood)

14.)                     Kobo and Naira  ;  Cent and _____________     (Dollars, Cedi, kudi)  

15.)                     Sailor and Navy  ;  Soldier and __________  (gun, army, battle)

 

 

Instruction: Two incomplete words are given in each of the following. Choose from 'the options the letter which will correctly complete the first and begins the second.

16.) Churc (    )ouse            ( i,  h,  p )

17.)  Pu (   )ake                             ( z, t, y )

18.)  Ste (   )iss                             ( k, m, b )

19.)  Min (   ) arly               ( e, d, a )

20.)  Stewar (   )ove            ( d, m, f)

21.)  Fue (   )eap                 ( b, l, k )

22.)  bel (   )eam                  ( t, o, b )

23.)  mul (   )xact                ( i, k, e )

24.)  Rin (   ) oat                 ( b, k, g )

25.)  Sorr (   ) east              ( y, b, a )

Instruction: Underline the odd word from the group of words.

Sample:      (A) Ibadan            (B) Ikeja  (C) Plateau  (D) Akure  (E) Minna

     26.)        (A) Moustache   (B) Beard   (C) Chin   (D) Whister   (E) Hair

     27.)        (A) Python   (B) Centipede   (C) Cobra (D) Mamba (E) Snakes

     28.)        (A) Duck     (B) Sea-gull      (C) Eagle (D) Vulture (E) Hawk

     29.)        (A) Nigeria   (B) Togo     (C) Ghana   (D) Kinshasa (E) Liberia

     30.)        (A) Insect     (B) Butterfly (C) Mosquito (D) Moth (E) Cockroach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Instruction: Answer all questions.

Part A: Comprehension

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the appropriate of the options lettered A to C, (No. 1 to 10).

Passage A:

These monkeys were beautiful to watch but they fed on the crops around the forest because they fed on farmer's crops. The farmers wanted to kill them but the monkeys were very smart and always on their guard. They would spot a man from afar and move quickly away from danger; and they did this successfully several times.

They would pluck the farmer's ripe banana and ripe cocoa pods and feed on them until they were satisfied. Several bunches of bananas and pods of cocoa were lost in a single visit by the monkeys.

Although they did not take away the crops, they competed with the farmers in harvesting them. They usually left the farmers sad and angry after such visits.

All the farmers had to become hunters as a result of this. They all owned guns, went to the farms with the guns and put them at their reach always.

Questions:

1.) According to the passage, the monkeys ________________. (a) always killed the hunters   (b) were always guarded  (c) escaped several times unhunt

2.) A word that can correctly replace "Smart" as it is used in the passage is ____________. (a) Agile (b) clever  (c) fast

3.) The farmers wanted to kill the monkeys because the monkeys were ________________. (a) Destructive (b) greedy (c) innocent

4.) The farmers kept their guns at their reach always so that ________________. (a) They could easily take them (b) the monkeys might not steal them (c) the monkeys would not see them

5.) An appropriate title for the passage is _______________________________. (a) The children of the monkeys (b) The revenge of the farmers (c) The monkeys and the farmers

 

Part B: Grammar

Identify the part of speech of the underlined word.

Samples: We iron our uniforms every Saturday.     Ans = Verb

               My bed is made of iron.                         Ans = noun

6.) The load is light.                                             Ans = ________________

7.) The moon gives us light.                                 Ans = ________________

8.) They light the candle every Thursday.            Ans = ________________

9.) The farmers water the flowers daily.               Ans = ________________

10.) It is good to be good.                                    Ans = ________________

 

Write out the type of pronoun that is underlined in each of the following sentences.

Sample: We are happy to see you.             Ans: Personal pronoun

11.) This is a secret between you and me.  Ans: _____________ pronoun

12.) Who is a teacher?                                Ans: _____________ pronoun

13.) This is a teacher.                                 Ans: _____________ pronoun

14.) These apples are mine.                        Ans; _____________ pronoun

15.) He cut himself last night while he was shaving.      Ans: _________

        pronoun

 

Part C: Vocabulary development

Complete each of the following questions with the right option from the given alternatives.

16.) He wants to start a ____________ so he bought some chicken and chicks.

       (a) ranch  (b) poultry  (c) piggery

17.) The State government is providing ______________ at subsidized rates to   

       farmers to encourage them and improve crop production. (a) chemicals     

      (b) labourers  (c) land

18.) The fastest sprinter was given a _________ medal at the athletic

        competition. (a) bronze (b) copper (c) gold

19.) Christians or Muslims go on ____________ to the holy land. (a) excursion

        (b) tour (c) pilgrimage

20.) A Nigerian ___________ won the 200metres race. (a)  athlete (b) citizen         

       (c) delegate

 

Part C

Singular                                   Plural

21.) Radius                                       __________________

22.) Stadium                                     __________________

23.) Deer                                           __________________

24.) Rice                                            __________________

25.) In-law                                        __________________

 

Part D: Composition

Write a composition that is not less than 100 words on

"Corruption in Nigeria and the way forward".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                      SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

Instructions: Read the following questions and pick the right answer from the given option.

1.)  _____________ is the expression of feelings, thoughts and idea. (a) Art     (b) Accounting (c) Action

2.)  The two major division of _____________ is liberal and creative art.               (a) Art (b) Visual (c) lecture

3.)  The study of graphic design textile, ceramic and metal works is known as ______________ art. (a) applied (b) fine (c) performing

4.)  Which of the following is not a function of a mat? (a) Burial purpose                (b) Serving food (c) sleeping material

5.)  The quickest way through which an artist can express himself is by _____________ (a) copying (b) drawing (c) observation

6.)  Lagos State is peculiar for her ____________ festival. (a) egungun (b) eyo (c) ifa

7.)  Loom is an essential tool for _____________. (a) basket weaving (b) cloth weaving (c)  leather work

8.)  Green is an example of _______________ colour. (a) primary (b) secondary (c) intermediate

9.)  Photography is an aspect of _____________. (a) ceramics (b) graphics                         (c) textiles

10.)                     Dance, drama and music are related to ____________ art. (a)applied (b) performing (c) fine

 

Part B: Theory

Draw and paint a rainbow.

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                        SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

Samples:

 

 

 

 

 


1.)                                                          (a) 20  (b) 21  (c) 25  (d) 27

 

 

 

 

 


2.)                                                (a) 18  (b) 15  (c) 9  (d) 3

 

 

 

 

 


3.)                                                  (a) 16  (b) 8  (c) 20  (d) 24

         

 

 

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4.)                                  (a) 21  (b) 22  (c) 23  (d) 32

 

 

 

                                    

5.)                                  (a) 7  (b) 14  (c) 21  (d) 49

 

 

 

6.)                                  (a) 5  (b)  10  (c) 15  (d) 50

 

 

 

 

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(a) 1 (b) 5 (c) 10 (d) 50                               (a) 3 (b) 9 (c) 14 (d) 15

 

 

 


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(a) 3 (b) 15 (c) 25 (d) 30

 

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016 CLASS: PRIMARY 6

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

1.) ____________ is the legal union on a man and a woman to become husband and wife. (a) Level (b) Marriage (c) Family

2.) The smallest social entity of any community is the ___________. (a) Father (b) Family (c) Marriage

3.) Taking drugs without doctor's approval is known as drug __________.                  (a) survival (b) mistake (c) abuse

4.) Mr. Abdul has three wives. His family can be said to be __________.                     (a) polygamous (b) monopoly (c) polythenic

5.) James from Abia State marries Fatimah from Kaduna State. This is an example of ____________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

6.) Mr. Fidelis from Edo State has decided to marry a damsel from Edo State. This is an example of ___________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

7.) Social Studies is the study of _________ and his environment. (a) man                  (b) nature (c) life

8.) A ___________ is a lowland between two hills. (a) mountain (b) valley                  (c) ocean

9.) ___________ is the head of the family. (a) Father (b) Mother (c) Teacher

10.) A form of marriage within the same ethnic group is known as _________ ethnic marriage. (a) Inter (b) Intra (c) Ultra

11.) ___________ is the senate president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.                (a) Muhammed Buhari (b) Bukola Saraki (c) Akinwunmi Ambode

12.) __________ is the sum total way of life. (a) Religion (b) Culture                         (c) Marriage

13.) Nigeria became a Republic on October 1st , ___________. (a) 1953 (b) 1963 (c) 1960

14.) The Quran is to the Muslims as the Bible is to the ___________. (a) occultic (b) Fetish (c) Christians

15.) There are _________ arms of government. (a) four (b) three (c) six

16.) There are ________ levels of government. (a) two (b) nine (c) three

17.) The ___________ government is also known as government at the grass root. (a) Federal (b) State (c) Local

18.) Pre-marital sex may lead to ___________. (a) joy (b) happiness (c) death

19.) The place of worship of the traditional worshippers is  called a __________. (a) mosque (b) church (c) shrine

20.) Democracy day in Nigeria is celebrated every ________ of every year.                 (a) 27th  of May  (b) 29th of May  (c) 1st of May

 

PART B

 

1.)  What is Marriage?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Write out two advantages of Inter-ethnic Marriage

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.)  Write out two disadvantages of inter-ethnic Marriage

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  What is Communication?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  What is transportation?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: AGRIC SCIENCE

 

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  Mechanized farming involves farming with ______________.                           (a) machines (b) tools (c) mattock

2.)  The early men were _______________. (a) pilots (b) wanderers                        (c) civilized

3.)  The branch of agricultural science that deals with fish production is known as _____________. (a) Fishing (b) Fishery (c) Fisher

4.)  Rearing of animals for man's use is known as animal ____________.                (a) husbandry (b) midwifery (c) cultivation

5.)  Cocoa can be used to produce beverage like ____________. (a) Nescafe (b) Lipton (c) Milo

6.)  ____________ is the oldest vocation. (a) Farming (b) Acting (c) Teaching

7.)  ____________ is used to produce garri. (a) Yam (b) Rice (c) Cassava

8.)  One of the advantages of agricultural science is that it produces ____________ for industries. (a) electricity (b) raw materials (c) life

9.)  Hide and Skin are the raw materials that are used to produce __________ and ____________. (a) wear and tear (b) shoes and bags (c) man and woman

10.)                     The early men lived in ___________ (a) hotels (b) caves (c) gutter

11.)                     ________ is the uppermost part of the earth that support plant's growth. (a) Soil (b) Earth (c) Land

12.)                     __________ soil is good for modeling pots. (a) Humus (b) Loamy (c) Clay

13.)                     The process whereby rocks are broken down into smaller pieces is known as ___________. (a) eruption (b) volcano (c) weathering

14.)                     A person who takes care of flowers is called a ____________.                 (a) florist (b) miller (c) stylist

15.)                     The soil contains living organisms like ___________ (a) water                        (b) air (c) earthworm

16.)                     _____________ is formed when rocks are broken down into smaller units. (a) Rocks (b) Soil (c) Organism

17.)                     Yam is an example of ___________ food. (a) carbohydrate                    (b) protein (c) living

18.)                     Animals that feed only on herbs or plants are called ___________. (a) Omnivores (b) Herbivores (c) Carnivores

19.)                     Man, based on his mode of feeding can be said to be _______________. (a) Omnivore (b) Herbivore (c) Carnivore

20.)                     Afforestation is the process of ___________ trees. (a) felling                  (b) planting (c) burning

 

PART B

1.)  Mention three types of  soil

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Mention two agents of weathering

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.)              Farm Produce                       Product Produced

a.)  palm tree            _______________

b.)  cocoa                 _______________

 

4.)  Write out four animals that were domesticated

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  Mention two energy giving food crops

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2014/2015

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

 

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………

 

Instructions: Read the following questions and answer the questions that follow

(1.)                       ___________ is the oldest vocation. (a) Drama  (b) Preaching                  (c) Farming

(2.)                       The vocation /of a __________ is cooking. (a) Cook (b) Cooker                  (c) Stove

(3.)                       A mixture of two or more metals is known as __________ (a) Alloy  (b) Gold (c) Diamond

(4.)                       A ____________ is an electronic device that can accept data, process it and give us useful information. (a) Computer (b) Farm                      (c) Vocation

(5.)                       The tool that is used to drive in nails into the wood is called ___________. (a) pincer (b) hammer (c) ruler

(6.)                       The vocation of a teacher is ___________. (a) teaching (b) sleeping (c) beating

(7.)                       One of the characteristics of a good vocation is _________.                     (a) money (b) bank (c) acceptability

(8.)                       I. T. simply refers to ____________. (a) Information Technology            (b) Information Transmission (c) Information Telephony

(9.)                       Saw is used by a carpenter to cut __________ into various pieces. (a) wood (b) joy (c) peace

(10.)                  A person that make wooden objects is called a __________                    (a) welder (b) carpenter (c) plumber

(11.)                  ___________ simply means conduct or qualities by which a professional carries out his or her duties. (a) Action (b) Professionalism                 (c) Duct

(12.)                  __________ is one of the qualities of a good professional. (a) Good character (b) Dishonesty (c) Dirtiness

(13.)                  __________ is the professional body for accountants. (a) ICAN                (b) NBA (c) NTA

(14.)                  ___________ is a processed data. (a) Information (b) Date (c) Data

Write out the following in full

(15.)ICAN = ____________________________________________________

(16.) CIBN = ___________________________________________________

(17.) NUT = ____________________________________________________

(18.) To connect two or more computers, you need ___________________. (a) network device (b) rope (c) plastic

(19.) ____________ is an indoor games. (a) Polo    (b) Cycling     (c) Ludo

(20.) ____________ is an outdoor sport. (a) Basket ball (b) Football                     (c) Wrestling

 

PART B

1.)  List four vocations that you know

       _____________________________   _______________________________

       _____________________________   _______________________________

2.)  List four indoor sports

  _____________________________   _______________________________

  _____________________________   _______________________________

3.)  Mention any two data that you can receive through the internet

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  Mention two professional bodies in Nigeria that you know

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.)  What is the difference between sports and games

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

         ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  __________ things are things that have lives in them. (a) Dead (b) Living (c) Dynamic

2.)  Non-living things do not have ________ in them. (a) lives (b) stone                 (c) back

3.)  The ability of living things to bring forth offspring that resemble their parents is known as _________. (a) Respiration (b) Reproduction                   (c) Irritability

4.)  Synthetic drugs are _________ formulated. (a) chemically (b) naturally               (c) herbal

5.)  ___________ is the condition of the atmosphere for a very brief period of time. (a) Weather (b) Time (c) Climate

6.)  ___________ is used to measure the amount of rainfall. (a) Rainguage               (b) Barometer (c) Anemometer

7.)  ___________ is an example of naturally occurring drugs. (a) Salt                      (b) Panadol (c) Dettol

8.)  ___________ is an example of hard drugs. (a) Cocaine (b) Caffine                       (c) Cucumber

9.)  Health is ____________ (a) good (b) dangerous (c) wealth

10.)                     There are ___________ types of eclipse. (a) one (b) two (c) three

11.)                     ___________ can make use to be an healthy. (a) Malnutrition                 (b) Good food (c) Exercise

12.)                     A __________ is used by the Sailor to navigate the sea. (a) Ruler                (b) Compass (c) Protractor

13.)                     Scientists who study space and the objects we can find in it are called ___________. (a) water (b) space (c)  astronomers

14.)                     The sun is a huge ball of burning __________ . (a) earth (b) gas                (c) solar

15.)                     The earth is ___________ in shape. (a) flat (b) round (c) spherical

16.)                     The __________ rotates from the west to the east as if it is being turned on an imaginary line passing through its centre. (a) moon (b) earth (c) sun

17.)                     The movement of the earth round the sun is called __________.                 (a) resolution (b) revolution (c) rotation

18.)                     The movement of the sun on its axis is called __________.                      (a) resolution (b) revolution (c) rotation

19.)                     The earth is divided into __________ cardinal points. (a) four                  (b) five (c) nine

20.)                     ___________ is the source of the light during the day. (a) Moon              (b) Sun (c) Moon light.

 

PART B

 

1.)  Write out four characteristics of living things.

______________________________ ____________________________ ______________________________ ____________________________ ____

2.)  Explain any two of the characteristics of livingthings.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3a.) What are drugs?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3b.) Mention two food items that are also sources of drugs.

____________________________     ________________________________

4.) What is drug abuse?

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

6.)  Mention four planets in the Solar system.

_____________________________    ________________________________

_____________________________    ________________________________

 

 

    ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  All these are beverages except ____________ (a) cocoa (b) tea                  (c) corn flakes

2.)  Which of the following types of oil is not used for cooking ____________. (a) palm oil (b) groundnut oil (c) engine oil

3.)  Rice is a __________ food. (a) fried (b) baked (c) boiled

4.)  Food is necessary for ____________ (a) death (b) wealth (c) growth

5.)  The substance contained in food is called ___________. (a) nutrient                 (b) taste (c) meal

6.)  One main example of a stewed food is ___________ (a) soup (b) yam               (c) buns

7.)  Father is the head of the ___________. (a) land (b) buildings (c) family

8.)  The best source of water for laundry is ____________. (a) sea (b) ocean  (c) tap

9.)  ___________ is a group of people that are related by blood or by marriage. (a) Gang (b) Group (c) Family

10.)                     ___________ are daily pay or income. (a) Salaries (b) Wages                 (c) Savings

11.)                     ___________ are earned at the end of the month. (a) Salaries                   (b) Dividend (c) Contribution

12.)                     We can invest our money by buying ____________. (a) Shares               (b) Shoes (c) Shirts

13.)                     __________ are basic necessities. (a) Wants (b) Needs                              (c) Affordables

14.)                     Window shopping may lead to ___________ (a) impulsive buying (b) targeted buying (c) good rewards

15.)                     ___________ is used to beautify our bodies. (a) Eraser (b) Oil               (c) Cosmetics

16.)                     ___________ creams are not good for the  body. (a) Bleaching                (b) Smoothing (c) Oil base

17.)                     ___________ diet is a meal that contains all the classes of food in the right proportion. (a) Balanced  (b) All (c) Nice

18.)                     The last meal of the day is called ___________. (a) Balanced diet (b) Lunch (c) Dinner

19.)                     Food provides the body with the needed energy (a) Carbohydrate                (b) Protenous (c) Vitamin

20.)                     ____________ is the process of inter-locking two sets of yarns.               (a) Beading (b) Weaving (c) Inter locking

 

PART B

1.)  Mention four sourcec of family income.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2a.) What is family?

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2b.) Mention two members of extended family

_______________________________    ______________________________

3.) Give four examples of Carbohydrate foods

_______________________________    ______________________________

_______________________________    ______________________________

4.) What is balanced diet?

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.) Mention two table manner rules.

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

 

NAME: ……………………………………………………………………………

 

1.)  Paul was a __________ (a) Jew (b) Nigerian (c) Londoner

2.)  __________ was brought up in Jerusalem. (a) Paul (b) Noah (c) Moses

3.)  After his conversion, Saul's name was converted to __________. (a) Peter (b) Paul (c) James

4.)  ___________ means being friendly and giving freely to visitors and strangers. (a) Hospitality (b) Wickedness (c) Greediness

5.)  It is good to __________ strangers (a) chase (b) welcome (c) leave

6.)  Before Paul was baptized, his name was __________. (a) Saul (b) Maul   (c) Faul

7.)  Saul was persecuting the ______________. (a) Gentiles (b) Jews                       (c) Christians

8.)  The parable of the prodigal son teaches _________________. (a) pain                  (b) forgiveness (c) blessing

9.)  Parables are earthly stories with ___________ meaning. (a) heavenly                  (b) earthy (c) dirty

10.)                     The ____________ son asked from his father to give him his inheritance. (a) younger (b) elderly (c) dead

11.)                     ___________ was a friend of God. (a) Abraham (b) Bond (c) Ruler

12.)                     Abraham while showing hospitality welcomed the __________               (a) angels (b) people (c) Boko Haram

13.)                     We must be our __________ keepers (a) son (b) wife (c) brother

14.)                     When Paul got to Jerusalem after his conversion, what was the reaction of the apostles? (a) fear (b) Happiness (c) Rejection

15.)                     You are nick-named "The Student Pastor" by your colleagues in the school. What if a sick person is brought to you, what would you do?                (a) Buy paracetamol immediately (b) Pray for healing miracles immediately (c) report to the nearest police station

16.)                     Christian religion teaches man how best to maintain his ________ with God. (a) hatred (b) relationship (c) annoyance

17.)                     The ten commandment was given to Moses on Mount __________ (a) Sinai (b) Olive (c) Everest

18.)                     Jesus feed __________ people with five loaves of bread and two fishes. (a) 5,000  (b) 8,000  (c) 10,000

19.)                     A good child is a good ___________. (a) thief (b) culprit (c) citizen

20.)                     __________ means doing what you are told to do. (a) Sacrifice                (b) Prayer (c) Obedience

 

PART B

1.)  Mention any four commandments from the ten commandments

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Mention any four of the disciples of Jesus

3a.) Who was Saul? Saul was _______________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________

3b.) Who was he persecuting?

_______________________________________________________________

4.) Write out "The Lord's prayer"

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

1.)  ____________ means working together. (a) Co-operation  (b) Purpose (c) Ransome

2.)  ____________ is the absence of war. (a) Peace (b) War (c) Tolerance

3.)  Nigeria became a republic on October 1st _________. (a) 1953  (b) 1960  (c) 1963

4.)  Senator ___________ is the Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. (a) Olusola Saraki  (b) Olusegun Obasanjo  (c) Ambode Akinwunmi

5.)  The legislative arm of government is responsible for _________ in Nigeria. (a) Laws (b) decree (c) degree

6.)  Evil communications __________ good manners. (a) build (b) corrupt (c) endorse

There are three major types of religion in Nigeria which are

7.) ____________________________________________________________

8.) ____________________________________________________________

9.)____________________________________________________________

Write out two national honour:

10.)___________________________________________________________

11.)___________________________________________________________

12.) Write out CFR in full: ________________________________________

Mention two imported goods.

13.)___________________________________________________________

14.)___________________________________________________________

15.) _____________ is the machinery that is set aside to direct the affairs of the people. (a) Bank (b) Military (c) Government

16.) One of the major responsibilities of the government is to provide ____________ for the people. (a) security (b) money (c) good health

17.) Every eligible citizen of Nigeria must pay _________ (a) bribe (b) tithe (c) tax

18.) The basic rights of every individual include the following except right to ________________ (a) life (b) own property (c) revenge

19.) Performing our duties in the society bring about __________ in the community. (a) war (b) peace (c) terror

20.) The highest court in Nigeria is the ________________ court. (a) Supreme (b) Customary (c) Magistrate

 

Section B: Theory

1.)  Write out two fundamental human rights

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.)  Write out the full meaning of the following:

i.                   NDLEA=________________________________________________________________________________________________

ii. NAFDAC = _____________________________________________

         _____________________________________________________

3.)  Mention two Para-military groups in Nigeria

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.)  a._______________________________ is the senate president of the Federal republic of Nigeria.

b. _______________________________ is the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

     5.) Explain the meaning of the following National symbols:

          a.) The Eagle: ________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

b.) The two white horses: _______________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                   SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Solve the following questions and pick out the right answers from the given options.

 

PART A:  Objectives

 

1.)  Write in words 10110110 (a) Ten billion ten million and ten  (b) Ten million ten thousand one hundred and ten  (c) Ten million one hundred and ten thousand, one hundred and ten (d) Ten billion, eleven thousand, one hundred and ten

2.)  What is the place value of 9 in 198.42? (a) 9000  (b) 900  (c) 90  (d) 9

3.)  Given that 100,000 + 40,000 + N + 200 + 80 + 2 = 146,282. What is the value of N? (a) 200 (b) 6,000 (c) 60,000 (d) 2,000  

4.)  A line that divides a circle into two equal parts is called a ___________. (a) chord  (b) circumference (c) diameter (d0 radius

5.)  Write in figures: Four thousand, seven hundred and five (a) 400705                   (b) 40705 (c) 4750 (d) 4705

6.)  The prime numbers between 50 and 60 are _______ and ________                   (a) 51, 53  (b) 51,  57  (c) 53,  59  (d) 57,  59

7.)  Change 75% to decimal.  (a) 75.0 (b) 7.5 (c) 0.75 (d) 0.075

8.)  What is the place value of 4 in 476.25? (a) Thousandths (b) Hundredths         (c) Tens (d) Hundreds

9.)  Find the L.C.M. of 18, 27 and 36. (a) 108 (b) 54  (c) 27  (d) 9

10.)                     What is the product of 5.2 and 1.3 ? (a) 6.76 (b) 6.5 (c) 0.25 (d) 6.25

11.)                     Express 615 in Roman numerals: (a) CDVX  (b) CDXV (c) DCVX (d) DCXV

12.)                     Given that P2 = 25. What is P – 3 ? (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

13.)                     If 3y = 27, what is the value of  y ? (a) 3 (b) 6 (c) 9 (d) 18

14.)                     If X + 4 = 6. What is the value of X3 ? (a) 2 (b) 4  (c) 8 (d) 16

15.)                     Express 12g as a decimal of 1kg.  (a) 0.00012 (b) 0.0012 (c) 0.012

              (d) 0.12

16.)                     Find the missing number in the following sum:

    5 6 7 5

-  4 8 B 9

                         4 5  6

          What is the value of B? (a) 9  (b) 8  (c) 7 (d) 6

     17.) 5 books cost N30:00. Calculate the cost of 7 books.  (a) N 40:00            

             (b) N 42:00  (c) N 45:00  (d) N 54:00

     18.) What fraction of 1000 is 625 in its lowest terms? (a) ½ (b) 10/40 (c) 5/8

             (d)  21/40

     19.) Express ¼ in percentage (a) 25% (b) 65% (c) 75% (d) 90%

     20.) A line from the centre of a circle to any point on a circumference is called

            a ___________. (a) diameter  (b) circumference (c) perimeter (d) radius

 

PART B

Show all workings

 

1.)  One quarter of a number is 72. What is the number?

 

2.)  How many times is 0.05 contained in 85

 

3.)  Find the average of 16, 50, 14, 20 and 40.

 

4.)  Decrease 2,000 by 20%

 

5.)  Find the difference between 13 2/3 and 2 1/3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Instruction:  Pick out the word that is related to the one that is written in capital letter.

Sample: Mother and daughter  ;  Father and _________        (brother, sister, son)

1.)  Music and Melody  ;  Food and __________      (taste, delicious, bitter)

2.)  Orchards and Fruits  ;  Paddyfield and ___________   (yam, rice, beans)

3.)  Books and pages  ;  Piano and ____________    (bar, tenor, keys)

4.)  Railways and locomotives  ;  Road and __________    (train, buses, ships)

5.)  Bank and Money  ;  Barn and _____________   (market, mice, grains)

6.)  Lion and roar  ;  Dog and ___________    (yell, shout, bark)

7.)  Bird and fly  ;  Fish and ___________       (swim, jump, water)

8.)  Christian and Bible  ;  Moslem and ________  (Mohammed, Islam, Koran)

9.)  Write and letter  ;  Sew and _____________       (thread, dress, needle)

10.)                     Proud and Stubborn  ;  Humble and ___________       (obedient, stupid, strong)

11.)                     Watch and time  ;  Calendar and ____________ (day, date, diary)

12.)                     Master and apprentice  ;  Teacher and ___________ (pupil, school, classroom)

13.)                     Tailor and cloth  ;  Carpenter and ___________(chair, table, wood)

14.)                     Kobo and Naira  ;  Cent and _____________     (Dollars, Cedi, kudi)  

15.)                     Sailor and Navy  ;  Soldier and __________  (gun, army, battle)

 

 

Instruction: Two incomplete words are given in each of the following. Choose from 'the options the letter which will correctly complete the first and begins the second.

16.) Churc (    )ouse            ( i,  h,  p )

17.)  Pu (   )ake                             ( z, t, y )

18.)  Ste (   )iss                             ( k, m, b )

19.)  Min (   ) arly               ( e, d, a )

20.)  Stewar (   )ove            ( d, m, f)

21.)  Fue (   )eap                 ( b, l, k )

22.)  bel (   )eam                  ( t, o, b )

23.)  mul (   )xact                ( i, k, e )

24.)  Rin (   ) oat                 ( b, k, g )

25.)  Sorr (   ) east              ( y, b, a )

Instruction: Underline the odd word from the group of words.

Sample:      (A) Ibadan            (B) Ikeja  (C) Plateau  (D) Akure  (E) Minna

     26.)        (A) Moustache   (B) Beard   (C) Chin   (D) Whister   (E) Hair

     27.)        (A) Python   (B) Centipede   (C) Cobra (D) Mamba (E) Snakes

     28.)        (A) Duck     (B) Sea-gull      (C) Eagle (D) Vulture (E) Hawk

     29.)        (A) Nigeria   (B) Togo     (C) Ghana   (D) Kinshasa (E) Liberia

     30.)        (A) Insect     (B) Butterfly (C) Mosquito (D) Moth (E) Cockroach

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                             SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

 

Instruction: Answer all questions.

Part A: Comprehension

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow by choosing the appropriate of the options lettered A to C, (No. 1 to 10).

Passage A:

These monkeys were beautiful to watch but they fed on the crops around the forest because they fed on farmer's crops. The farmers wanted to kill them but the monkeys were very smart and always on their guard. They would spot a man from afar and move quickly away from danger; and they did this successfully several times.

They would pluck the farmer's ripe banana and ripe cocoa pods and feed on them until they were satisfied. Several bunches of bananas and pods of cocoa were lost in a single visit by the monkeys.

Although they did not take away the crops, they competed with the farmers in harvesting them. They usually left the farmers sad and angry after such visits.

All the farmers had to become hunters as a result of this. They all owned guns, went to the farms with the guns and put them at their reach always.

Questions:

1.) According to the passage, the monkeys ________________. (a) always killed the hunters   (b) were always guarded  (c) escaped several times unhunt

2.) A word that can correctly replace "Smart" as it is used in the passage is ____________. (a) Agile (b) clever  (c) fast

3.) The farmers wanted to kill the monkeys because the monkeys were ________________. (a) Destructive (b) greedy (c) innocent

4.) The farmers kept their guns at their reach always so that ________________. (a) They could easily take them (b) the monkeys might not steal them (c) the monkeys would not see them

5.) An appropriate title for the passage is _______________________________. (a) The children of the monkeys (b) The revenge of the farmers (c) The monkeys and the farmers

 

Part B: Grammar

Identify the part of speech of the underlined word.

Samples: We iron our uniforms every Saturday.     Ans = Verb

               My bed is made of iron.                         Ans = noun

6.) The load is light.                                             Ans = ________________

7.) The moon gives us light.                                 Ans = ________________

8.) They light the candle every Thursday.            Ans = ________________

9.) The farmers water the flowers daily.               Ans = ________________

10.) It is good to be good.                                    Ans = ________________

 

Write out the type of pronoun that is underlined in each of the following sentences.

Sample: We are happy to see you.             Ans: Personal pronoun

11.) This is a secret between you and me.  Ans: _____________ pronoun

12.) Who is a teacher?                                Ans: _____________ pronoun

13.) This is a teacher.                                 Ans: _____________ pronoun

14.) These apples are mine.                        Ans; _____________ pronoun

15.) He cut himself last night while he was shaving.      Ans: _________

        pronoun

 

Part C: Vocabulary development

Complete each of the following questions with the right option from the given alternatives.

16.) He wants to start a ____________ so he bought some chicken and chicks.

       (a) ranch  (b) poultry  (c) piggery

17.) The State government is providing ______________ at subsidized rates to   

       farmers to encourage them and improve crop production. (a) chemicals     

      (b) labourers  (c) land

18.) The fastest sprinter was given a _________ medal at the athletic

        competition. (a) bronze (b) copper (c) gold

19.) Christians or Muslims go on ____________ to the holy land. (a) excursion

        (b) tour (c) pilgrimage

20.) A Nigerian ___________ won the 200metres race. (a)  athlete (b) citizen         

       (c) delegate

 

Part C

Singular                                   Plural

21.) Radius                                       __________________

22.) Stadium                                     __________________

23.) Deer                                           __________________

24.) Rice                                            __________________

25.) In-law                                        __________________

 

Part D: Composition

Write a composition that is not less than 100 words on

"Corruption in Nigeria and the way forward".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                                                      SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

Instructions: Read the following questions and pick the right answer from the given option.

1.)  _____________ is the expression of feelings, thoughts and idea. (a) Art     (b) Accounting (c) Action

2.)  The two major division of _____________ is liberal and creative art.               (a) Art (b) Visual (c) lecture

3.)  The study of graphic design textile, ceramic and metal works is known as ______________ art. (a) applied (b) fine (c) performing

4.)  Which of the following is not a function of a mat? (a) Burial purpose                (b) Serving food (c) sleeping material

5.)  The quickest way through which an artist can express himself is by _____________ (a) copying (b) drawing (c) observation

6.)  Lagos State is peculiar for her ____________ festival. (a) egungun (b) eyo (c) ifa

7.)  Loom is an essential tool for _____________. (a) basket weaving (b) cloth weaving (c)  leather work

8.)  Green is an example of _______________ colour. (a) primary (b) secondary (c) intermediate

9.)  Photography is an aspect of _____________. (a) ceramics (b) graphics                         (c) textiles

10.)                     Dance, drama and music are related to ____________ art. (a)applied (b) performing (c) fine

 

Part B: Theory

Draw and paint a rainbow.

 

 

        ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL

(NURSERY & PRIMARY)

1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

 

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2015/2016

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                        SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

 

NAME:…………………………………………………………………………….

Samples:

 

 

 

 

 


1.)                                                          (a) 20  (b) 21  (c) 25  (d) 27

 

 

 

 

 


2.)                                                (a) 18  (b) 15  (c) 9  (d) 3

 

 

 

 

 


3.)                                                  (a) 16  (b) 8  (c) 20  (d) 24

         

 

 

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4.)                                  (a) 21  (b) 22  (c) 23  (d) 32

 

 

 

                                    

5.)                                  (a) 7  (b) 14  (c) 21  (d) 49

 

 

 

6.)                                  (a) 5  (b)  10  (c) 15  (d) 50

 

 

 

 

7.)                                  (a) 1  (b) 5  (c) 25  (d) 50

 

 

 


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8.)                                                                9.)

 

 

 

 

(a) 1 (b) 5 (c) 10 (d) 50                               (a) 3 (b) 9 (c) 14 (d) 15

 

 

 


10.)

 

 

 

 

(a) 3 (b) 15 (c) 25 (d) 30

 

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