Monday, October 2, 2017

First Term Examination 2015/2016






CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                             SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES




1.)  The head of a local government is called a _______________.                   (a) President (b) Chairman (c) Government (d) Justice

2.)   Members of a nuclear family are father, mother and ____________ (a) teacher (b) maid (c) children (d) neighbour

3.)   An uncle is your father's or mother's ____________. (a) sister                 (b) cousin (c) niece (d) brother

4.)   The ceremony where people get married is called __________                  (a) playing (b) fighting (c) sleeping (d) wedding

5.)  The two types of marriage are _________ and ___________                          (a) mummy and daddy (b) Divorce and marriage (c) wedding and marriage (d) monogamy and polygamy

6.)   Parents teach their children to be polite and to _________ other people (a) disrespect (b) fight (c) abuse (d) respect

7.)   Citizens who break the law can be sent to ___________. (a) room             (b) mosque (c) church (d) prison

8.)   One of the important responsibilities that citizens have is to pay their _________ (a) loan (b) laws (c) taxes (d) duties

9.)   A _________ is someone who directs or guides others. (a) friend             (b) teacher (c) leader (d) doctor

10.)                     Nelson Mandela was a former president of  ___________            (a) Nigeria (b) Ghana (c) South Africa (d) Togo

11.)                     Chinua Acheba was a great Nigerian _________ (a) fighter               (b) writer (c) boxer (d) speaker

12.)                     __________ is the way of life people. (a) party (b) teaching              (c) culture (d) fighting

13.)                     _________ and __________ are aspects of culture. (a) book and pen (b) socks and shoe (c) language and food (d) table and chair

14.)                     Festivals help us preserve our culture.(a) Yes (b) No (c) May be

15.)                     A constitution is said to be ___________ if all the rules and laws which governs the country are written in one document.                   (a) flexible constitution (b) written constitution (c) unwritten constitution (d) speaking constitution

16.)                     _____________ and _____________ are types of constitution. (a) sleeping and eating constitution (b) rigid and flexible constitution (c) playing and dancing constitution (d) money and change constitution

17.)                     Democracy is a form of government in which the people have the power to elect their leaders. (a) Yes  (b) No (c) May be

18.)                     The Executive head of a State is called ___________________. (a) Government (b) Family (c) Chairman (d) President

19.)                     __________ is the  capital of Cross River State. (a) Enugu                (b) Calabar (c) Oyo (d) Kano

20.)                     There are ________ main religions in Nigeria. (a) three                   (b) eight (c) twenty (d) one


Section B: Theory

1a.) State the two types of family.

i.___________________________    ii  _____________________________

1b.) Mention two types of marriage that you know.


2a.) What is Culture?


2b.) State four aspects of culture

i.____________________________   ii. _____________________________

iii. ___________________________  iv. ____________________________

3.) What is a Constitution? _______________________________________



4.) State four types of Constitution.

_______________________________   _____________________________

_______________________________   _____________________________

5.) Identify the four forms of government










CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS




Instruction: Answer all questions.

1.)  ______________ belongings are things that belong to you.

2.)  ______________ is personal belonging. (a) class (b) air (c) towel               (d) sky

3.)  Is it good or right to share or borrow another person your personal belongings? (a) Yes (b) No (c) May be

4.)  ____________ and ____________ are factors that can determine your choice. (a) Money and Age (b) Leg and Nose (c) Pant and Cloth                (d) book and pen

5.)  ___________ and ____________ are examples of various rooms in a house. (a) Mosque and Church (b) Inside and Outside (c) Friend and Family (d) Study room and Sitting room

6.)  The ___________ in our home make up our home environment.                   (a) spoon (b) rooms (c) broom (d) electronics

7.)  The various room in a house perform different __________.                        (a) capital (b) State (c) function (d) rooms

8.)  We defecate and urinate in the __________. (a) Dinning room                     (b) store room (c) bed room (d) toilet

9.)  We remove cobwebs with _____________.(a) short broom (b) hand (c) teeth (d) long broom

10.)                     We relax to watch television in the ___________. (a) sitting room (b) kitchen (c) garage (d) bathroom

11.)                     When our environment is clean, we are protected from ___________. (a) disease (b) room (c) food (d) class

12.)                     We open all the windows and doors for ____________ (a) dogs (b) ventilation (c) flies (d) ants

13.)                     ___________ is not a place where children play. (a) kitchen                (b) room (c) sitting room (d) class

14.)                     __________ and __________ are tools to help us clean our rooms. (a) book and pen (b0 chair and table (c) dustbin and napkin     (d) ear-ring and hand chain

15.)                     We wash our toilet and bathroom with _________.(a) oil                  (b) disinfectants (c) salt (d) cream

16.)                     The bedroom is where we _________. (a) play (b) dance                     (c) sleep (d) eat

17.)                     Eating good food make us ___________. (a) die (b) grow                  (c) dance (d) short

18.)                     It is good to eat food that helps to improve our memory. (a) Yes (b) No (c) I don't know (d) May be

19.)                     Washing, drying and ironing our clothes prevents us from having skin diseases (a) Yes (b) No (c) May be

20.)                     We preserve our food in the _______________ (a) refrigerator (b) store (c) kitchen (d) room


Section B: Theory

Answer all question


1.)  What are personal belongings? _______________________________


2.)  State four factors that can determine your choice of belongings.


3.)  Identify five types of room.

__________________________         ___________________________

__________________________ _____________________________ __________________________

4.)  What is cleaning? _________________________________________


5.)  State four cleaning tools.

____________________________    _____________________________

____________________________    _____________________________











CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION



Instruction: Answer all questions.


1.)  Culture is the way of _________ of a particular group of people.                (a) life (b) world (c) city (d) nation

2.)  There are ________ types of value. (a) nine (b) five (c) two (d) fifteen

3.)  Our value guide our ___________ (a) class (b) nation (c) market               (d) behaviour

4.)  Citizens are expected to avoid negative values. (a) Yes (b) No                 (c) Maybe

5.)  We must learn to ___________ others. (a) hate (b) beat (c) slap                 (d) tolerate

6.)  Diversity can be defined as the differences between __________               (a) nation (b) people (c) food (d) houses

7.)  A foreigner who wants to become a citizen of Nigeria must have lived in Nigeria for at least _________ year. (a) 25 (b) 15 (c) 32 (d) 20

8.)  Citizenship means membership of a particular _________ (a) village (b) church (c) relation (d) country

9.)  Citizenship by birth is when he or she is ________ in Nigeria. (a) live (b) born (c) school (d) marry

10.)                     In every ____________ there is a person who will guide the affairs of the people. (a) room (b) church (c) party (d) community

11.)                     The traditional ruler in Igbo land is __________. (a) oba                  (b) Man (c) Igwe (d) Emir

12.)                     The traditional ruler in Hause land is ___________ (a) Igwe  (b) Headmaster (c) teacher (d) Emir

13.)                     In Nigeria, there are over ________ ethnic group. (a) 550                (b) 250 (c) 750 (d) 192

14.)                     __________ is one of the festival organize by community members. (a) party festival (b) new yam festival (c) school festival     (d) man and boy festival

15.)                     Local government is the nearest and closest to the __________. (a) animal (b) doctor (c) people (d) Headmaster

16.)                     Local government is the _____________ tier of government. (a) third (b) first (c) fifth (d) second

17.)                     Local government maintain _____________ and ___________ in the rural communities. (a) dress and skirt (b) law and order (c) book and pen (d)chair and table.

18.)                     A state is much bigger than a local government area. (a) Yes  (b) No (c) Maybe

19.)                     The assistance of a state governor is ___________ (a) principle (b) pastor (c) deputy governor (d) family governor.

20.)                     State government provides social amenities like ___________ (a) fan (b) drinking water (c) basket (d) cutlass


Section B: Theory


1.)  State the types of values


2.)  List two examples of  positive value


3.)  What is citizenship?


4.)  Who is a traditional ruler?


5.)  State three duties of local government.















CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                             SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS



1.) Write in words: 11,414

 (a) Eleven thousand, four hundred and fourteen   (b) One  thousand four hundred fourteen  (c) One hundred and fourteen  (d) Fourteen thousand and fourteen

2.) Write 2,654 in words:

(a) Twenty six thousand and fifty four  (b) Two, six, five four  (c) Two thousand, six hundred fifty four  (d) Two hundred and four

3.) How many days are there in 2weeks? (a) 35days (b) 14days (c) 52days (d) 22days

4.) Write in figure: Sixty thousand and ninety six

(a) 60,096  (b) 600,96   (c) 060,96   (d) 6,096

5.) How many weeks are there in 35days? (a)  2weeks (b) 5weeks  (c) 7weeks   (d) 3weeks

6.) How many thousands are there in 345211? (a) 211 thousands (b) 345 thousands (c) 452 thousands (d) 112 ,thousands

7.) Write 135 in Roman numerals (a) VXXX  (b) XVX  (c) XXXV                           (d) CXXXV

8.) Write the Roman numerals CDLXXV in Numerals: (a) 75 (b) 675  (c) 475 (d) 275

9.) Convert 2 ¼ to improper fraction.  (a) 9/4  (b) 7/4  (c) 19/4  (d) 26/4

10.) Change 23/ 3 to mixed fractions:   (a) 10 1/3   (b) 7 2/3   (c) 14 13/1                       (d) 11 1/9

11.) Change 19/4 to mixed fractions: (a) 4 ¾  (b) 4 ¼  (c) 4 4/3 (d) 4 4/4

12.) Express 7 ¾ to improper fractions (a) 28/15  (b) 31/4  (c) 28/9  (d) 28/18

13.) Add 1/10 + 2/3        (a) 30/23  (b) 13/23  (c) 23/30  (d) 31/23

14.) Add 1/8 + 2/8          (a) 3/8        (b) 8/3     (c) 18/3   (d) 15/3

15.) Subtract 2/3 – ¼     (a) 5/12     (b) 12/5   (c) 21/5   (d) 11/5

16.)    ¾ - ½                    (a) ¼     (b) 4/1     (c) 14/1    (d) 15/2

17.) Write 7/10 as a decimal fraction (a) 0.07 (b) 0.007 (c) 0.7   (d) 7.00

18.) Write 3 8/10 as a decimal fraction.  (a) 8.3 (b) 3.8 (c) 33.8 (d) 8.33

19.) Write 125/1000 as a decimal fraction (a) 0.125 (b) 1.025 (c) 50.12                    

        (d)  0.0125

20.) 2 / 5 =      / 10        (a) 6  (b) 4  (c) 9 (d) 12



Section B: Theory

1.)  Find the difference between 5 2/3 and 2 1/6


2a.) 2 1/8 + 1 7/8

2b.) 1 ½ + 3 3/6 


Put <,  =  or  > in the box:

3a.) 19          91

3b.) 635                    536   


Simplify leaving the answers in roman numerals:

4a.) LX – X =

4b.) CV + C =


Give the face value, place value and total value of the digit underlined:

5a.)  3 6 5

5b.)  6  3  9

5c.)  3  4  5  4















Instruction: Answer all questions.

1.)   __________ is the occupation which involves manufacturing installing testing and maintaining electrical equipment. (a) electrical work (b) mechanics (c) electrician

2.)   The person that designs and makes electrical equipment and appliances for both home and industrial use is called _____________ (a) site engineer (b) architect (c) electrical engineer

3.)   __________ install and repair electrical equipment. (a) teacher (b) father (c) commercial electricians

4.)   Plier is used to check _________ (a) water (b) fire (c) voltage

5.)   The following are examples of automobiles except _________ (a) canoe (b) bus (c) cars

6.)   __________ works on vehicle tyres. (a) panel beater (b) Vulcanizer (c) electrician

7.)   ___________ is used for lifting vehicle (a) lifter (b) screw jack (c) pressure guage

8.)   Which among these people does not belong to the group (a) doctor (b) vulcanizer (c) panel beater

9.)   Block moulding is the art of making __________ (a) chairs (b) block (c) car

10.)                     Another name for brick moulding is ___________ (a) concrete (b) wood carving (c) stone carving

11.)                     Moulded blocks are dried to remove __________ from the block. (a) sand (b) dirt (c) water

12.)                     Can we use water to make concrete block _________ (a) Yes (b) No (c) May be

13.)                     _________ is the profession of writing for newspaper, magazine, radio or television station (a) journalism (b) reporting (c) writing

14.)                     A journalist can also be called a _________ (a) reporter (b) teacher (c) doctor

15.)                     ___________ is the person who reads news on television (a) anchor (b) newscaster (c) editor

16.)                     Which among these does not belong to the group ___________ (a) Punch newspaper (b) English textbook (c) Guardian newspaper

17.)                     ___________ is the body that regulates the activities of journalists in Nigeria. (a) N.U.T (b) ASUU (c) N.U.J

18.)                     ____________ guides students on making career decisions of their choice. (a) Teacher (b) friend (c) Career counselor

19.)                     A career is considered as a __________ work one engages in (a) short time (b) life time (c) school time

20.)                     A career requires training (a) true (b) false (c) may be


Section B: Theory

1.) What is a Career?  ___________________________________________


2.) List four materials used in block making

i. _____________________________  ii. ____________________________

iii. ____________________________  iv. ___________________________

3.) State four home electrical appliances:

i. ______________________________  ii. ___________________________

iii. _____________________________  iv. __________________________

4.) Identify four tools used by auto-mechanics:

i. ______________________________  ii. ___________________________

iii. _____________________________  iv. __________________________

5.) State three buildings or structures an architect can design:

i. _____________________________________

ii. _____________________________________

iii. _____________________________________






CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                             SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART



1.)  ___________ is the expression of one's feeling, thoughts and ideas. (a) Ant (b) Art (c) Rat (d) Artist

2.)  Art is divided into 2 major groups (a) visual and non-visual (b) vision and non-vision (c) art and music (d) future and sculpture

3.)  Art is used for beatifying ourselves, home and environment. (a) True (b) False (c) May be

4.)  Art in a Latin word means ______________________ (a) to thing well (b) to fight well (c) to do well (d) to rough well

5.)  Art is used for communication. (a) True (b) False (c) May be

6.)  __________ is used for constant practice of drawing in art. (a) book (b) board (c) sketch pad

7.)  ____________ is used for mixing colours on the palette during painting (a) spoon (b) painting knife (c) plate

8.)   ___________ is used to draw. (a) brush (b) 2b pencil (c) 2b pen

9.)                           These lines are ____________________ (a) curve            

                               (b) Vertical  (c) horizontal


10.)                     There are ___________ type of colours (a) 9  (b) 6 (c)  3


Draw a talking drum and a guitar













CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING




Instruction: Choose from the options, the word which correctly and most suitably fills the gap in the sentences

1.)  We were asked to say the National __________ (a) pledge (b) privilege (c) flag (d) pledge

2.)  __________ smoking is dangerous to your health. (a) Cigarete (b) Cigerate (c) Cigarette (d) Cigaret

3.)  This food is ____________. (a) delicious (b) delicious (c) delicious (d) delicious

4.)  Some __________ came to our house. (a) boglars (b) buglas (c) burglars (d) barglass

5.)  There is no food in the _______________ (a) fregle (b) fridge (c) frigde (d) fredge


Instruction: Circle the correct spellings in the following:


                   A                          B                          C                          D

              Cassette                 Cassete                   Casette                Cassett

6.)           bage                      badge                    bagde                   bodge

7.)           bucher                   butcher                 bocher                 buscher

8.)           honor                   honour                 honuor                hourror

9.)           ceiling                   ceiling                   ceiling                  ceielling

10.)         February                        Febuary                          Febarary             Feibuary


Fill in the missing letters  sh, ch, and th

Example: bush,    church,        three

11.)                     __ __ip

12.)                     pu__ __

13.)                     __ __ine

14.)                     __ __ow

15.)                     __ __op


16.)                     There are ______ letters of the English alphabet.

17.)                     Vowels have ______ letters.

18.)                     There are _______ consonants in the English alphabet.

19.)                     The middle letter of the consonants is _________.

20.)                     How many consonants are in the word: TEMPORARY? __________


Instruction: Circle the wrong spellings in the following:

                   A                   B                 C                 D                E

21.)         know              gnash          comb           knight                   solemn

22.)        knukle             know          cat               known        wrung

23.)        knot                 knok           wrist           hymn          wretched

24.)        pencil              column        riht              light            comb          

25.)        nife                  hour            gnat            weel            when


Rewrite the following jumbled words:

26.) mwob = ______________

27.) bmob = _______________

28.) column = _______________

29.) A, E, I, O, U are called __________________

30.) The Seventh letter after P is _______.















CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE



Instruction: Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D.


Get your ingredients ready __________ you start cooking. (a) finally                   (b) before (c) after (d) as a result

D is the correct option for the blank.

1.) Mother Asabe pick the clothes _________ fold them. (a) before                        (b) however (c) then (d) besides

2.) Sakinah is cooking lunch today. _________, she is also baking a cake for tea. (a) Moreover (b) Lastly (c) However (d) First

3.) Houses are very expensive now. __________, young people are forced to live flats. (a) However (b) consequently (c) Finally (d) Next

4.) _________, you have to boil water. Then, you make tea. (a) Secondly                                      (b) First (c) next (d) Finally

5.) First, she bought some flowers. _________, she arranged them in a bouquet. Then, she sent it to the hospital. (a) Finally (b) Next (c) Besides      (d) Consequently


Fill in the blanks with the correct words in the brackets:

6.)  ___________ can I buy some salted fish? (a) who (b) whose (c) where

7.)  ___________ bag was stolen? (a) who (b) whose (c) what

8.)  ___________ did you meet at the shopping centre? (a) who (b) whom (c) whose

9.)  ___________ did she carve the carrot? (a) how (b) which (c) where

10.)                     __________ does she usually visit her grandfather? (a) How     (b) When (c) Who

Fill in each blank with the correct verb in the brackets:

11.)                     The girls _________ taken their driving test. (a) has (b) have (c) is

12.)                     Neither of the sisters _________ well. (a) sing (b) sang                  (c) sings

13.)                     My daughter ________ not get up early on Sundays. (a) do              (b) does (c) don't

14.)                     All the girls but Habibat __________ here tonight. (a) is (b) are (c) have

15.)                     My grand father _________ from Australia every year to visit us. (a) come (b) came (c) comes


For each question, choose the best answer from the options given:

16.)                     The stray dog _________ ate the food that I gave. (a) greedy   (b) greed (c) greedier (d) greedily

17.)                     My bachelor uncle ________ got married last. (a) final                    (b) finals (c) finally (d)frequently

18.)                     He is very lazy. He ________ hands in his assignments.                      (a) always (b) often (c) faithfully (d) rarely

19.)                     The prince and princess lived _________ together for the rest of their lives. (a) happy (b) happily (c) happier (d) happiness

20.)                     Although Daddy drove very __________ he could not avoid hitting the dog. (a) care (b) careful (c) caringly (d) carefully


English Comprehension: Transportation

Transportation is the movement of persons and goods from one place to the other. People move from one place to the other in search of food, clothing and shelter. They also move for love of adventure.

During the olden days, transportation was easy. At that time, human societies were small. People did not travel far. People carried out their transportation by walking to places. They also used animals as means of transportation. They rode on horses and chariots. They used camels and donkeys to carry heavy loads. People that lived in reverine areas used wooden boats and canoes for their transportation.

As human societies became larger, more advanced means of transportation were invented. There was the invention of bicycles, cars, lorries, trains and buses.

Some of these means of transportation, especially bicycles and chariots, do not use complex engines. Others like motorcycles, lorries, buses and trains use complex engines, special fluids and fuel to work. They can also carry heavy goods. They can travel far distances within a short time.

In the modern days, people travel by sea using ships. There are also large ferries and cranes that are used to transport heavy goods on water.

People also travel by air using different types of aircrafts. Scientist and astronauts travel into the moon by means of the rocket.

Instruction: Answer all the  questions in this part.

1.) What is transportation? _______________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2.) Why do people move from one place to another? ___________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.) Why was transportation simple during the olden days? ______________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

4.) Mention two means of transportation during the olden days.


5.) Why was advanced means of transportation invented?



English Composition:

Write a composition on any of the following:

1.)  My Best friend

2.)  Myself

3.)  My Class teacher.









CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                               SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE



Instruction: Answer all questions.

1.)   __________ and __________ are examples of living things. (a) plants and animals (b) stone and air (c) paper and water (d) clothe and stick

2.)   There are __________ types of changes. (a) sudden and gradual               (b) temporary and permanent (c) short and big (d) tall and small

3.)   Change that takes place in animal is __________ (a) temporary               (b) permanent (c) big (d) small

4.)   Some animals change colour (a) True (b) false (c) May be

5.)   The young one of frog is _________ (a) toad (b) finger nail                     (c) tadpole (d) shark

6.)   The standard unit of measuring time is __________ (a) cube            (b)  square (c)seconds (d) weight

7.)   A thermometer is use to measure (a) place or person (b) time or rain (c) hair or nail (d) paper and pen

8.)   __________ is the condition of atmosphere of a particular area at a given period of time (a) Rock (b) Sunlight (c) Weather                              (d) Temperature

9.)   In weather, there are three important things (a) wind, rain and sunlight (b) pressure, erosion and humidity (c) too much rain, too sunlight (d) too much cold

10.)                     The instrument to measure temperature is called __________ (a) coldness (b) fire or sunshine (c) thermometer (d) barometer

11.)                     The standard unit of area is ___________ (a) metre square       (b) a ruler (c) a weather (d) a calculator

12.)                     The volume of liquids can be measured using ___________             (a) measure cylinder (b) ruler (c) hands (d) cowries

13.)                     ____________ are plants growing where they are not planted. (a) weeds (b) pests (c) insects (d) diseases

14.)                     One of the ways to control weeds is ____________                           (a) by spraying water (b) by spraying of chemicals (c) by spraying of spirit (d) by spraying of sugar

15.)                     _________ is one of the uses of water except  (a) for bathing (b) for cooking (c) for cleaning (d) to waste the water all the time                                                                                                                   

     16.)    to purify water mean to make it ________ from germs  (a) free                                                    

           (b) lovely (c) nice (d) cool

     17.) The classes of food that contains palm oil, groundnut oil, margarine        

         and animal fat is__________ (a) fat and oil (b) protein                                  

          (c) carbohydrate  (d) mineral salt

     18.) The negative effect of weeds to plant is ____________________           

          (a) weeds cause low yields (b) weeds make soil fertile (c) weeds cause

           more yields (d) weeds serve as wind break

      19.) The beneficial effect of weeds is __________ (a) live-stock feed on

            weeds (b) it brings pests and diseases to plants (c) It causes giant                

            grass to grow well (d) It causes mosquitoes

     20.) Bad feeding habits includes all the following except _________            

           (a) taking too much foods and drinks at a time (b) not chewing food

           properly before swallowing (c) eating too fast (d) eating properly

           all the time


Section B: Theory

1.)  State two types of changes


2.)  What is weather?


3.)  Identify five factors affecting weather


4.)  What are weeds?


5.)  List four ways of controlling weeds:










CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                               SUBJECT: AGRIC SCIENCE



Instruction: Answer all questions.

1.)   The types of soil are ___________, ____________ and __________ (a) black, red and blue soil (b) sandy, clayey and loamy soil (c) paper, rubber and candle (d) pepper, brandy and cupboard

2.)   _________ soil is very good for planting. (a) clayey (b) sandy                       (c) loamy (d) humus

3.)   Soil is formed when ________ breaks down into tiny particles.                     (a) rain (b) wind (c) rock (d) soil

4.)   _________ is responsible for the breaking down of rock. (a) birds                     (b) rats (c) monkeys (d) weather

5.)   Soil is said to be fertile when __________ (a) it contains all the plant food in right proportions (b) it is highly chemicalized (c) it is watery (d) it is bushy

6.)   _________ is the washing away of plant food from the soil by water. (a) drying (b) frying (c) leaching (d) burning

7.)   __________ is the covering of the surface of the soil between plant with materials such as grasses, leaves and palm frond. (a) Erosion             (b) mulching (c) overgrazing (d) Manuring

8.)   The process of applying manure and fertilizer to the soil is known as _____________ (a) Overgrazing (b) Leaching (c) Mulching                     (d) Manuring

9.)   _____________ is the system of leaving a farm land to rest for  two or three years before growing crops on it. (a) Bush burning (b) Crop rotation (c) Bush fallowing (d) Mulching

10.)                     __________  is made up largely of decayed vegetable matter  (a) sandy  soil (b) clayey soil (c) loamy soil (d) red soil      

     11) Sandy soil is made up of____________(a) watery particles (b) tiny  

          particles (c) dusty particles (d) mulching particles

12.)                     Soil is classified into _______ (a) 1 (b) 5 (c) 3 (d) 4

13.)                     The soil loses its fertility through the following except __________ (a) burning of the bush (b) erosion (c) overgrazing               (d) manuring

14.)                     Reasons for processing foods include the following except _________________ (a) it improves usage of food (b) it improves the value of food (c) it improves the poisonous agents (d) it prepares food for storage

15.)                     Reasons why we preserve our food include the following except  __________________ (a) To retain the freshness of the food               (b) To reduce loss of quality of the food (c) To prolong the food shelf life (d) To improve the bitterness of the food\

16.)                     Smoking is a method of ____________ (a) clearing the food         (b) spoiling the food (c) preserving the food (d) breaking the food

17.)                     One of the ways to improve soil and its yields is ____________ (a) by adding pepper (b) by adding stone (c) by adding fertilizers and manure (d) by adding oil

18.)                     Food stuffs can be preserved in a bag so that they can be _____________ (a) spoilt (b) rough (c) stored for a long time (d) cold

19.)                     Sun drying is a method to preserve the following foods except _____________ (a) peeled cassava (b) peeled yam (c) fish (d) stone

20.)                     One of the local farm implements is  ___________ (a) blade     (b) tractor (c) hoe (d) needle


Section B: Theory

1.)  What is soil?


2.)  List three factors that help in the formation of soil.


3.)  What is erosion?


4.)  List four causes of loss in soil fertility











CLASS: PRIMARY 4                                 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE




1.)   ___________ is the son of Elkanah (a) Jonah (b) David (c) Samuel (d) Moses

2.)   As children of God, we are to ___________ (a) Love (b) hate (c) fight (d) beat

3.)   God speaks to us in many ways except __________ (a) dreams                   (b) prophets (c) His word (Bible) (d) stone

4.)   How many times did God called Samuel? (a) 10 9b) 6 (c) 3 (d) 4

5.)   Jesus died on the cross because of our _________ (a) food (b) cloth (c) sins (d) love

6.)   __________ was the high priest in Shiloh (a) Abraham (b) Peter              (c) Eli (d) Elijah

7.)   One of the reasons God speaks to us is ______________ (a) to give us food (b) to instruct us (c) to beat us (d) to take us by hand

8.)   The right attitude to show when God speaks to us is ______________ (a) to be shouting (b) to listen attentively (c) to be crying (d) to be fighting him

9.)   We show love to our father by helping him in the following except                         (a) at work (b) on the farm (c) by running errands (d) by fighting him

10.)                     We show love to our brothers and sisters by the following except ___________ (a) playing together (b) reading books with them (c) playing ,;games with them (d) abusing or quarreling with them

11.)                     The following are the advantages of living in peace with others except ___________ (a) it brings about progress (b) it brings unity                          (c) it brings joy (d) it brings shame and disgrace

12.)                     For us to be called children of God, we must believe in ________________ (a) satan (b) prophets (c) Jesus (d) brother

13.)                     God fulfilled His promise to Abraham because_____________ (a) he disobeyed Him (b) he fought Him (c) he obeyed Him                  (d) he shouted at Him

14.)                     God reveals Himself to us so that we can __________________ (a) fight with him (b) have a good relationship with him (c) eat with him (d) play with him

15.)                     The evidence of new life in Christ are the following except ____________ (a) love (b) peace (c) patience (d) fighting

16.)                     We show love to our mother by helping with ____________             a) field chores (b) street chores (c) bed chores (d) house hold chores

17.)                     The purpose of God's call to his people are the following except _____________ (a) He calls us to obey him (b) He calls us to serve him (c) He calls us to repentance (d) He calls us to hate him

18.)                     Ways through which God calls us are the following except ______________ (a) through dream (b) through vision (c) through revelation (d) through gossiping

19.)                     Our father, who at in heaven is ____________  (a) prayer to sango (b) prayer to our mother (c) prayer to our uncle (d) prayer to our heavenly god.

20.)                     A true child of God fellowship or worship with his / her brethren means (a) fellowship or worship with his/ her friends in beer parlour (b) with his/ her childhood friends alone (c) fellowship with his/ her people of the same church or denomination


Section B: Theory

1.)  Identify two ways in whuch God speaks to us.


2.)  State five attitude of children of the same father


3.)  Mention four purpose of God's call.


4.)  State five advantages of living in peace with others


5.)  Identify five attitude to show when God calls us.










NAME: …………………………………………………………………….

Answer all questions

Samples: Common difference





          (a) 10  (b) 50  (c)  15  (d) 100



          (a) 35  (b)  53  (c)  5  (d) 19



          (a) 10  (b0 20  (c) 30  (d) 40



          (a) 9  (b) 4  (c) 15  (d) 12



          (a) 100  (b) 150  (c) 140  (d) 4






                                                          (a) 1900  (b) 1700  (c) 2700  (d) 52


7.)                                                     (a) 500 (b) 600  (c) 950  (d)1,100



8.)                                                     (a) 1900  (b) 1500  (c) 1600  (d) 2000




9.)                                                     (a) 1400  (b) 1700  (c) 1300  (d) 1500




10.)                                                   (a) 1000  (b) 5000  (c) 3000  (d) 4000











11.)                                                            12.)



(a) 500 (b) 450 (c) 300 (d) 150                           (a) 950 (b) 800 (c) 2500 (d) 4000




13.)                                                             14.)


(a) 190 (b) 120 (c) 480 (d) 580                         (a) 2000 (b) 2500 (c) 5200 (d) 1000







(a)  012 (b) 520 (c) 210 (d) 500









16.)                                                   (a) 50 (b) 90 (c) 150 (d) 170





17.)                                                   (a) 45 (b) 56 (c) 20 (d) 80





18.)                                                   (a) 60 (b) 90 (c) 20 (d) 50                                    





19.)                                                                                                                                 (a) 96 (b) 60 (c) 66 (d) 85






    20.)                                                   (a) 150 (b) 250 (c) 450 (d) 550












Arrange the following number in an increasing order of size:

Examples:   1600 1587  1650  1625 = 1587             1600       1625      1650


                  1850   2000   1799   1900 =  1799    1850        1900      2000


21.) 1520     1502     1530     1503 =  ________________________________

22.) 1615     1651     1680     1608 = __________________________________


23.)  1800     1810     1801     1808 = __________________________________







                   20     10      40                       35     30      15




24.)                                                             25.)


                 13      7       14                                      100                  50



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