CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                             SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS



1.) Write 16,007 in words:      (a) Sixty thousand zero hundred and seven                        (b) Six thousand, hundred zero and seven (c) Sixteen thousand and seven                         (d) Six hundred and seven

2.) Write three million, one hundred and six thousand and seventy-four:                           (a) 3006074  (b) 3106075  (c) 3106074  (d) 310674

3.) Write Eight million, two hundred thousand and nine in figure:                         (a) 8020009  (b) 8002000009  (c) 800020009  (d) 82009

4.) Fill the gaps: 19723, 19823         ,      19923,            _________,              _________

    (a) 20023, 20123  (b) 2023,  2123  (c) 2000123,  20123  (d) 20923, 21123

5.) What is the Arabic numeral for  1589? (a) DMXLXIX (b) MDLXXXIX (c) DDDLXDIX  (d) DDLXDIX

6.) Express the sum of CXL + XCL in Arabic numerals. (a) 291 (b) 196                 (c) 231 (d) 321

7.) What is the place value of 6 in 21.365? (a) hundred (b) tens (c) units                   (d) hundredths

8.) Approximate 2.467 to two decimal places. (a) 2.40 (b) 3.00 (c) 2.46                (d) 2.47

9.) Change 0.4 to a fraction in its lowest term. (a) 0.4/1 (b) 40/10 (c) 2/5                (d) 40/100

10.) 46% means ________ out of a hundred or ____/100 (a) 100 (b) 46                 (c) 500 (d) 40/100

11.) Change to percentage 0.02 (a) 20% (b) 200% (c) 2000% (d) 2%

12.) How many times is 15 contained is 1515? (a) 11 (b) 101 (c) 100 (d) 10

13.) 90% 0f 720 pupils (a) 810 (b) 700 (c) 648 (d) 630

14.) If 24 out of 30 pupils in a class are present, what percentage of the pupils are absent? (a) 20% (b) 30% (c) 54% (d) 80%

15.) Express 25k as a ratio of N2.  (a) 4:5 (b) 4:10 (c) 2:5 (d) 1:8

16.) The H.C.F of 25 and 35 is (a) 7 (b) 10 (c) 3 (d) 5

17.) Calculate the L.C.M of 12 and 15 (a) 36 (b) 60 (c) 24 (d) 18

18.) If x/5 = 15; What is the value of x? (a) 80 (b) 75 (c) 45 (d) 30

19.) 3 7/10 – 2 2/4 (a) 1 8/10 (b) 1 ¼ (c) 1 5/40 (d) 1 1/5

20.) What is the square root of 196? (a) 16 (b) 14 (c) 64 (d) 81


Section B: Theory

1a.) Write 999.9 in Expanded form

1b.) Convert 80% to a fraction and multiply the result by 20.


2a.) Write 3256240 in words

2b.) What is the sum of 15438, 502492 and 987?


3a.) What is the value of 5 in 326.125?

3b.) Express 0.85 as a fraction in its lowest term.


4a.) Find the 6th equivalent fraction of  ¾

4b.) Express the first number as a percentage of the second number:  42,  80


5a.) Multiply 595 by 222.

5b.) A bottle of wine cost N120.00. How many bottles can one buy with N1,000.00

















CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                     SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING




Part A:

Instruction: Underline the correct answer from the options provided

1.)   House is to man as nest is to ___________. (a) pig (b) goat (c) bird (d) girl

2.)   One is to single as two is to _____________. (a) double (b) triple               (c) tuple (d) quadriple

3.)   __________ is to hand as toe is to foot. (a) fingers (b) finger (c) arm (d) leg

4.)   Sheep and lamb, goat and ___________. (a) baby (b) kid (c) piglet   (d) baby goat

5.)   Tongue and taste: Ear and ___________. (a) hear (b) eat (c) smell           (d) talk

Part B:

Instruction: Underline the Synonym of the word in capital letters.

6.) FRANK      (a) happy (b) greedy (c) angry (d) sincere

7.) NARRATE (a) report (b) argue (c) speak (d) tell

8.) FAMOUS   (a) eminent (b) cheerful (c) popular (d) wicked

9.) ENORMOUS       (a) Happiness (b) Goodness (c) Big (d) small

10.) GLOOMY          (a) cheerful (b) courageous (c) dull (d) original


Part C:

Instruction: Underline the word that does not belong to the group.

11.)        (a) well        (b) mountain        (c) river       (d) tap

12.)        (a) Bell        (b) bicycle             (c) lorry      (d) taxi

13.                  (a) Fulfade  (b) Abuja              (c) Yoruba (d) Tiv



Instruction: Pick the group name from the following:

14.) Yakubu, Silas, Amirat, John: ____________. (a) Moslem                        (b) Christian (c) Male (d) Names

15.) Teaching, Nursing, Engineering, Barbing: ___________. (a) work (b) occupation (c) skill (d) experience

16.) Water, Juice, Wine, Kerosine: ____________ (a) gas (b) water                (c) liquid (d) crude oil


Instruction: Write four words that begins with "st".

17.) ______________________           18.) ______________________

19.) ______________________           20.) ______________________


Instruction: Write an anagram for each of these words.

21.) plum         _____________

22.) earth         _____________

23.) parse        _____________

24.) snug         _____________


Instruction: Write the word which will continue the series

25.) big : bigger ; late : latter ; blend : _______________

26.) careful : full ; narrow : row ; import : ___________

27.) pack : pat ; fact : fat ; halt : ______________


Instruction: Choose the word that is correctly spelt.

28.)    (a) truly           (b) truely     (c) truelly    (d) troully

29.)    (a) handkerchief  (b) hankachief   (c) handcachief   (d) hankerchief

30.)    (a) hipotamus  (b) hippopotamus   (c) hippotamus  (d) hipopotamus













CLASS: PRIMARY                                                 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES



Instruction: Choose the correct answer from the options lettered a – d.

1.)  The Sister of either your father or mother is your ___________.                (a) sister (b) aunt (c) in-law (d) cousin

2.)  A group of  people related by marriage or adoption is ____________ (a) marriage (b) relation (c) family (d) community

3.)  What helps you identify yourself and people who are like you?                  (a) religion  (b) diversity (c) honesty (d) culture

4.)  In Nigeria, there are over ________ ethnic groups. (a) 250 (b) 205                    c) 1500 (d) 150

5.)  ___________ is important because it is through it family is raised.                (a) marriage (b) marry (c) custom (d) time

6.)  HIV causes ___________ . (a) STDs  (b) AIDS (c) DIAs  (d) ARVs

7.)  There are _______  types of  religion practiced in Nigeria. (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 2 (d) 5

8.)  An example of a type of STDs is _____________. (a) Herpes (b) Koli (c) Herbs (d) cough

9.)  In polygamous marriage, the man is allowed or free to marry _______ wife. (a) one (b) two (c) three (d) more than one

10.)                     One essential services provided by the government for the people include the following except _________. (a) schools                     (b) employment (c) biro (d) radio services

11.)                     The first World war took place between _________________. (a) 1914 and 1930 (b) 1914 and 1918 (c) 1983 and 1993                            (d) 1941 and 1981

12.)                     In Nigeria, there are _______ States. (a) 26 (b) 16 (c) 46 (d) 36

13.)                     The president of the Federal republic of Nigeria is His Excellency _______________________ (a) Mohammed Buhari               (b) Musa Yaradua (c) Goodluck Jonthan Ebele (d) Raji Fashola

14.)                     The Capital of Nigeria is _____________. (a) benin (b) Ankara (c) Abuja (d) Niger

15.)                     How many continents do we have in the world? (a) 6 (b) 7 (c) 8 (d) 9

16.)                     In one of the planets, the ___________ is where human beings live. (a) Sun (b) moon (c) earth (d) star

17.)                     One of the advantage of living together in a family is that it promotes _______________. (a) peace (b) quarrel (c) fight                      (d) displeasure

18.)                     The head of a secondary school is ____________. (a) Principal (b) Provost (c) Vice-Chancellor (d) President

19.)                     The capital of Edo State is _______________. (a) Yenogua (b)Benin (c) Delta (d) Ijaw

20.)                     A place where people meet to buy and sell goods is a ___________. (a) mall (b) shop (c) store (d) market


Section B: Theory

1a.) ECOWAS stands for ________________________________________


1b.) Mention two reason why people get married

2a.) Itemise five things parents can give their school children

2b.) Who are your grand parents?

3a.) Mention five Languages spoken in Nigeria

3b.) Write ten States in Nigeria.

4a.) Mention .five services government provides for its citizens.

4b.) Provide three names of the religious leaders in Nigerian religion

5a.) Copy and complete the table below:

Religion                          Place of worship            Book of worship

i.                   Islam                    _____________            ______________

ii.                 Christianity          _____________            ______________


5b.) Mention the members that can be found in an organized school.








CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                             SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE



Section A : Objective Test

1.)     ___________ are substances that are capable of contaminating the environment. (a) pollution (b) fossils (c) pollutants (d) hazards

2.)     The common cause of land pollution is __________ (a) oil (b) refuse (c) faeces (d) water

3.)     The washing away and carrying off of the top soil on the surface of the earth by water and wind is _________ (a) whirlwind (b) erosion (c) cyclone (d) sun

4.)     ___________ means making the environment unsafe for plants and animals. (a) solid (b) liquid (c) gas (d) pollution

5.)     The solid form of waste materials is known as _________ (a) sewage (b) refuse (c) waste (d) dirty

6.)     The process of treating waste materials and substances with the purpose of using them again is called __________ (a) management (b) recycling (c) soil (d) metal

7.)     The gaseous portion of the earth is the __________ (a) lithosphere (b) Atmosphere (c) Hydro (d) Barosphere

8.)     A healthy environment promotes __________ health. (a) good                      (b) dew (c) bad (d) flower

9.)     Animals that eat flesh or meat are called __________ animals.                 (a) carnival (b) carnivorous (c) omnivision (d) calculator

10.) Domestic animals are animals that live in the bush. (a) True (b) false (c) may be (d) I don't know

11.) Domestic animals .are grouped into _______ (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4

12.) A female dog is called a ________ (a) bark (b) bitch (c) billy goat (d) dog

13.) The animals that are kept by farmers to give them meat, eggs, milk and leather are called _________ (a) domestic animals (b) bad animals (c) production animals (d) farm animals

14.) An example of animal that can be kept as pet is ________ (a) goat (b) cow (c) cat (d) lion

15.) The frame work of bones in the body is called ________ (a) skeletal system (b) bone system (c) femur (d) Tibia and fibula

16.) The organ for sight is the _________ (a) ear (b) light (c) eye                  (d) tongue

17.) The two main causes of erosion are (a) water, wind (b) sun, moon (c) star, rain (d) whirlwind, wind

18.) Indiscriminate waste dumping can cause __________ (a) air pollution (b) land pollution (c) noise  pollution (d) heat pollution

19.) There are _________ .sense organs in the human body. (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

20.) The part .of the body that can be used for movement is the _________ (a) eyes (b) legs (c) hands (d) nose


Section B: Theory

1a.) Mention ten materials that can be used to keep the environment clean.

1b.) Mention the four types of erosion


2a.) List the two classifications of domestic animals.

2b.) Name the products produced by the following animals:

          Animals                                   Product

i.)                Cow                          _______________

ii.)              Hen                           _______________

iii.)           Pig                             _______________


3.) Mention three items that can be recycled.


4a.) The bone of the human head is called ________________

4b.) Mention four excretory organ.


5a.) Mention four agents of pollination

5b.) What is erosion?










CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                   SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE




1.)   Who was delivered from the den of lion?  (a) Shedrach (b) Meshach (c) Abednogo (d) Daniel

2.)   Jesus died on the cross with two _______ beside him. (a) lawyer               (b) thieves (c) thiefs (d) friends

3.)   God provided _________ and _________ for the Israelites in the desert. (a) bread and butter (b) manner and quails (c) manual and quays (d) bread and fishes

4.)   The Egyptians and their chariots perished in the __________ sea.               (a) red (b) blue (c) green (d) rough

5.)   The only means through which we can talk to God is through __________. (a) praises (b) prayer (c) prouding (d) singing

6.)   The greatest gift God gave to mankind is ________. (a) thief (b) cloth (c) Jesus Christ (d) Angel

7.)   Jesus had twelve ____________. (a) soldiers (b) bankers (c) disciples (d) workers

8.)   Any physical or mental activity aimed at doing or making something is ____________. (a) power (b) energy (c) work (d) stress

9.)   What did God create on the first day? (a) Heaven and Earth (b) Day and Night (c) trees and Gardens (d) man and woman

10.)                     Who did God create in His own image? (a) man (b) Angel                (c) prophet (d) sun

11.)                     When God created the earth, it was _________ (a) full                   (b) empty (c) fine (d) boisterous

12.)                     On the second day God created the ________ (a) moon (b) sea (c) animals (d) sky

13.)                     The day God created all kinds of animals that live on land on _________ day. (a) fourth (b) fifth (c) sixth (d) seventh

14.)                     One of the following is not created by God (a) sun (b) moon  (c) horse (d) water

15.)                     Who did God save from death? (a) Isaac (b) Mary (c) Abraham (d) Jacob

16.)                     The things that God provides for us are the following except ____________ (a) air (b) trees (c) good health (d) trouble

17.)                     The story of ,the prodigal son is an example of God's ____________ (a) mercy (b) sadness (c) happiness (d) wickedness

18.)                     Who did David kill with a string of a stone? (a) Daniel (b) Saul (c) Golliath (d) Jonathan

19.)                     God created and also wants us to ___________ (a) create                (b) destroy (c) push (d) pull down

20.)                     The Sabbath day is meant to be kept ________ (a) holy                   (b) dirty (c) ungrateful (d) shallow


Section B: Theory

1a.) List five types of work that people can do.

1b.) Why should we work?


2.) List ten things that are created by man.


3a.) Mention three names of people God used to save others

3b.) Mention four disciples of Christ


4a.) What should we do when people that wrong us come for forgiveness?

4b.) Give a brief account of the creation story.


5.) Mention five things that God provided for us.








CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS



Section A: Objective Test

1.)  The cooking of food in a pot of enough water is ___________                  (a) frying (b) boiling (c) roasting (d) smoking

2.)  When cooking beans, water should ________ the food (a) not cover (b) cover (c) fill (d) burst

3.)  The cooking of food in an open pan of hot fat or oil over a fire is __________ (a) frying (b) boiling (c) roasting (d) smoking

4.)  To make bean cake, the beans should be soaked and then washed to remove the ___________ (a) back (b) nutrient (c) peel (d) skin

5.)  Moi-moi can be cooked by ___________ (a) frying (b) steaming               (c) boiling (d) roasting

6.)   Cooking of food with dry heat is known as _________ (a) boiling             (b) frying (c) roasting (d) steaming

7.)  Any edible solid or liquid substances that give us energy is ________ (a) food (b) nutrient (c) diet (d) breakfast

8.)  The diet that contains the classes of food in the right proportion is _______ (a) super diet (b) balanced diet (c) normal diet                         (d) supplement

9.)  Perishable foods easily ______________ (a) cook (b) get spoilt                (c) finish (d) last long

10.)                     Spinach, tomatoes, potatoes are all ____________ (a) leaf                (b) plant (c) vegetable (d) roots

11.)                     Everything in the bathroom should be kept ___________ always. (a) clear (b) disorganized (c) clean (d) dirty

12.)                     A place where food is prepared is the ___________                         (a) verandah (b) parlour (c) kitchen (d) store

13.)                     Visitors ,are hosted in the ___________ (a) living room                  (b) passage (c) bedroom (d) kitchen

14.)                     We throw our dirts in the ___________ (a) dustbin                          (b) wardrobe (c) nylon (d) bag

15.)                     ___________ agents are materials that we can use to clean items in the home (a) home (b) general (c) cleaning (d) soap

16.)                     Surfaces are the area surface opposite the ____________                 (a) ceiling  (b) fan (c) door (d) window

17.)                     Mud, cement, Terrazzo, tile, wooden are examples of _________ (a) floor covering (b) floor (c) ground (d) surfaces

18.)                     _________ are materials that we can use to cover the surfaces within the home. (a) carpet (b) rug (c) floor covering (d) surfaces

19.)                     An example of food that can be boiled is _________ (a) Akara (b) puff-puff (c) cake (d) rice

20.)                     Linoleum is made from ___________ (a) wire (b) wood                   (c) cement (d) rubber


Section B: Theory

1a.) Give five examples of foods that can be boiled

1b.) mention five foods that can be fried


2a.) List five materials that can be used to clean the home.

2b.) Mention three types of floor covering.


3a.) Itemize five things that can be found in the kitchen

3b.) Mention five materials that can be used to prepare home-made polish.


4.) Mention three foods that can be roasted.


5.) List the materials that is needed to prepare egg custard.










CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                             SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART




Identify these colours by painting according to the colour written against each box.



1.  Yellow                        2. Red                          3.  Blue



4.   Purple                      5.  Green                    6.  Orange



7. Dark Brown           8. Forest Green                       9. Navy Blue


Rainbow has Seven colours.

Complete the colours:

10.    R - ________________________

11.    O - ________________________

12.    Y - ________________________

13.    G - ________________________

14.    B - ________________________

15.    I - _________________________

16.    V - ________________________

17.    This shape ____ in music mean (a) breve (b) quaver (c) sharp (d) flat

18.    Art is broadly divided into ________ and ________ (a) dance, music (b) visual, non-visual (c) drama, sing (d) play, writing

19.    Design an invitation card.

20.    ____________ is an art or process of shaping clay to produce an object. (a) modeling (b) photocopy (c) lamination (d) copycat






CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                   SUBJECT: AGRIC SCIENCE




1.) __________ can be formed when rocks are broken down into smaller pieces. (a) sand (b) soil (c) stones

2.) There are _______ types of soil. (a) 4 (b) 5 (c) 3

3.) There are ____________ processes of soil formation. (a) six (b) three              (c) five

4.) The following are procedure for raising farm crops except ____________ (a) tilling (b) timing (c) planting

5.) The following are steps taken in raising field crops except ___________. (a) Littering (b) planting (c) weeding

6.) The agents of soil formation are the following except __________                  (a) rainfall (b) wind (c) termites

7.) All of the following are the processes of weathering except ___________ (a) physical processes (b) biological processes (c) cleaning processes

8.) The following are examples of crops except ___________ (a) cereals               (b) legumes (c) paper

9.) _________ are crops that are cultivated for their root, stems and leaves. (a) virustable (b) vegastable (c) vegetable

10.) __________ are crops that are used to make nourishing drinks.                    (a) Beverages (b) Butter mints (c) Bitter leaf

11.) __________ are large animals with complex stomach divided into four. (a) Ruminat animals (b) Rominant animals (c) Ruminant animals

12.) Animals that live in water are called __________. (a) Animals                   (b) Aquatic animals (c) Aquarium animals

13.) Animals that live on land are called ________________ (a) Terrestrial animals (b) Tresstial  animals (c) Teminestial animals

14.) A young turkey is called _________ (a) poult (b) poultry (c) poetric

15.) A young rabbit is called __________ (a) fryer (b) boiler (c) frying

16.)Young animals requires special care for proper _________ and ________ (a) grow and develop (b) growing and developing (c) growth and development

17.) _____________ environment is essential in raising young animals.

18.) Animals feed must contain all classes of _________. (a) food (b) water (c) oil

19.) Proteins, carbohydrates, fat and oil, minerals and vitamin are needed for proper _________ and ___________ of the animals. (a) grow and develop (b) grown and developed (c) growth and development

20.) __________ helps in promoting the general well being of animals.                   (a) protein (b) vitamin (c) fat and oils


Section B: Theory

1a.) Explain how soil is formed

1b.) List five agents of soil formation.


2a.) List three processes of soil formation.

2b.) Mention four classification of crops based on their uses.


3a.) Mention two classification of farm animal based on feeding.

3b.) Mention two classification of farm animals based on habitation.


4a.) List five procedures of raising farm crops.

4b.) List steps to be taken in raising field crop


5a.) List five examples of farm animals.

5b.) Complete the table:

                      Farm Animals             Young Ones

   i.)     Cattle                          __________________

   ii.)      Sheep                         __________________

   iii.)      Pig                            __________________

    iv.)      Chicken                    __________________

     v.)      Ducks                       __________________









1.)   The work place of a blacksmith is called ____________. (a) Court  (b) Forge (c) Surge

2.)   Two or more metals are combined to form another metal called ____________ (a) Copper (b) Alloy (c) Gold

3.)    The following are methods used in metal work except ____________ (a) sewing (b) casting (c) soldering

4.)   Someone whose job is making and repairing iron and metal objects is known as a _____________. (a) blacksmith (b) iron maker (c) gold smith

5.)   A person who makes jewellery out of gold is called ______________ (a) blacksmith (b) jewelers (c) goldsmith

6.)   Cleaning with water and other cleaning agent is called ____________ (a) Dry cleaning (b) Laundry (c) washing

7.)   When cleaning is done without water, it is called _______________ (a) Dry cleaning (b) sun cleaning (c) water cleaning

8.)   A place where laundry takes place is called a ______________                (a) toilet (b) Laundry (c) workshop

9.)   __________ is a place where self service laundry takes place.                     (a) Laundry (b) Laundromat (c) launder

10.)                     Clothes are kept before and after cleaning in a ______________ (a) washer (b) laundry basket (c) Wheel barrow

11.)                     The following are tools that can be found in a laundry except ___________. (a) washing machine (b) dry rack (c) sewing machine

12.)                     ___________ is used to stiffen clothes (a) blue (b) starch                  (c) soap

13.)                      To remove stains from clothes, one needs a ___________                   (a) starch (b) pressing iron (c) stain remover

14.)                     Bleach is a chemical that _____________ clothes (a) whitens (b) colours (c) dirty

15.)                     Laundry and dry cleaning is a profession for men only. (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe

16.)                     Someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risks of the business is called ___________ (a) owner                                   (b) entrepreneur (c) entrepreneurship

17.)                     The ability to be able to exercise self-control and maintain focus in business is ___________ (a) passion (b) creativity                      (c) discipline

18.)                     The qualities of an entrepreneur that requires one not to give up on the  business, no matter the situation is called ____________                (a) passion (b) self started (c) determination

19.)                     One of the advantages of an entrepreneur is ________________(a) doing what you hate most (b) doing what is wrong at the wrong time (c) doing what you love best

20.)                     An entrepreneur can only be a man. (a) True (b) False                       (c) Maybe


Section B: Theory

1a.) What is Entrepreneurship?

1b.) List five qualities of an entrepreneur


2a.) List four advantages of entrepreneurship.

2b.) Mention four problems facing entrepreneur in Nigeria.


3a.) Define Metal work.

3b.) Mention four methods used in Metal work.


4a.) Who is a black smith?

4b.) List five products of a black smith


5a.) Explain the following:

i.)                Laundry cleaning

ii.)              Dry cleaning

5b.) Mention four tools used by a dry cleaner or Launder and their uses.                                                                                                                                                                                  







CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                         SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION


NAME: ………………………………………………………………………


1.)   A __________ is a physical structure with roof, doors and window. (a) home (b) hoof (c) house

2.)   There are ________ types of houses. (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 4

3.)   The types of houses are _____________ and ______________.                 (a) village and  city houses (b) Travelling and moving houses                      (c) Traditional and modern houses

4.)   The following are reasons why many people do not own a house except _____________ (a) poverty (b) Low cost of building materials (c) difficult terrain

5.)   ____________ are those ideas and belief which guide people's decision and action. (a) Verve (b) Value (c) Valuing

6.)   All the following are examples of good value/ positive value except ___________ (a) Hard work (b) Accountability (c) dishonesty

7.)   A person who directs and makes other people to do what he or she wants them to do for the benefit of all is called ___________                     (a) Leader (b) Monitor (c) Captain

8.)   Leadership means the ____________ which directs and guides others to do things. (a) position (b) posting (c) postman

9.)   The followings are problem of bad leadership except _____________ (a) poor health (b) insecurity (c) productivity

10.)                     ____________ is a very bad accident or misfortune, where many people are killed or injured. (a) Disaster (b) Duster (c) Disestar

11.)                     Disaster can be classified into how many? (a) 2 (b) 4 (c) 5

12.)                     The types of disaster are ____________ and ______________ (a) Natural and Unnatural disaster (b) Nation and Unnation disaster (c) National and Unnational disaster

13.)                     ______________ are disaster that are caused by natural forces. (a) Natural (b) Nation (c) National

14.)                     ______________ are disasters that are caused by activities of man. (a) Natural (b) National (c) Man-made

15.)                     One of the following is not a cause of Natural disaster.                     (a) Heavy rain (b) Climate change (c) Dancing

16.)                      All of the following are human causes of disaster except _____________ (a) Blocked drainage (b) Deforestation (c) Afforestation

17.)                     ____________ is that branch of learning that enables us understand the activities of government, our right as citizens and duties and responsibilities we owe ourselves and society. (a) Social studies (b) cultural education (c) civic education

18.)                     All of the following ,are basic rights of citizens except ____________ (a) right to life (b) right to move (c) right to dance

19.)                     The .following are duties and responsibilities of citizens except _____________ (a) payment of  taxes (b) respect to the constitution (c) fighting

20.)                     There are _______ components of Civic Education. (a) Five  (b) Seven (c) Eight


Section B: Theory

1a.) Define a house.

1b.) Mention the two types of houses.


2a.) Mention five values in the construction of house.

2b.) List three government's main services


3.) List four reasons why many people do not own a house.


4.) List four ways of making people own a house


5.) List four good quality of Services.







CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE


NAME: ………………………………………………………………………


Part A: Comprehension

Instruction: Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow.


Mallam Musa had a very large herd of cattle. He lived in a small mud house. All other people in his village lived in grass house. He had more money than any other person in, and around the village. He had four wives and many children.

One bad thing about Mallam Musa was that he did not relate with his neighbours. His wives and children were not living with him in the village. His cows were his companions. He went out in the morning with the cows and came back with them in the evening. He showed no concern about the problems of other people.

One day, something bad happened to him. Some hungry wolves and hyenas came into his ranch and began to attack his cattle. Mallam Musa tried his best to send these wild animals away but they were too powerful for him. He became totally helpless and began to shout for help.

His neighbours heard him as he was shouting but they refused to come out. A few people who came out were only shouting with him. They did not lift any hand to help him. The wolves and the hyenas were snarling at and biting the cattle. They killed about twenty, and injured some of them. Mallam Musa wept. The villagers laughed at him. After the hungry animals had left, the villagers came to sympathize with Mallam Musa. It was not a true expression of sympathy. It was a sympathy of mockery.

Mallam Musa realized his mistakes. He blamed himself at the end. He said to himself, "Now I have learnt my lesson. It's good to relate well with neighbours. One good turn deserves another".

1.)  Who was Mallam Musa?


2.)  Which animals attacked his cattle? ____________________________


3.)  What was the bad thing about Mallam Musa?


4.)  Did he have neighbours at all? ______________________________


5.)  How did he treat his neighbours?


6.)  Mallam musa's cattle were more important to him than his neighbours. Is this true? ____________________________________


7.)  What bad thing happened to him? ____________________________


8.)  How did his neighbours react to his problem?


9.)  Did mallam Musa realize his mistake?


10.)                     Do you think Mallam Musa will change?


Part B: Grammar

Fill in the blanks with the correct adverbs from the brackets.

11.)                     She spoke to her mother ____________. (a) rude (b) ruder                        (c) rudely

12.)                     We studied very __________ for our final exam. (a) hard                (b) harder (c) hardly

13.)                     He came to school _________ than I did today. (a) early                  (b) earlier (c) earlyes

14.)                     The soldiers fought ____________ in the war. (a) bravery                  (b) bravely (c) brave

15.)                     The little girl is playing __________ in her room. (a) quiet                      (b) quieter (c) quietly


Instruction: Choose the best answer from the options given.

16. I need to make some tea. There isn't ________ left in the pot.                

       (a) much (b) many (c) a little (d) a few

17.) What is the name of the _________ member of your family? (a) old  

        (b) older (c) oldest (d) most oldest

18.) Of the four girls, she is the _______________. (a) intelligent                      

        (b) more intelligent (c) most intelligent (d) most intelligently

19.) Seeing a ghost can be quite a ___________ experience. (a) terror             

       (b) terrify (c) terrifying (d) terrified

20.) I 'm still hungry. May I have some __________ rice, please? (a) few (b) many (c) more (d) much


Part C: English Composition


Write a letter of apology to your teacher for your unruly behaviour and promise not to do that again.













NAME: ……………………………………………………………………






















6.)                                                               7.)    




8.)                                                               9.)              







Sample:                 120                                            35





11.)                 900                                      12.)                                700



13.)                    201                                   14.)



15.)                   1000











16.)                                                             17.)  






18.)                                                             19.)            



















21.)                                                                   22.)

















Sample:      14        5      8 = 27 ;        20         3           7  =  10


                   34       15         19 =  30


26.)   60         21         10 =                    ( 27.)   52                 7                             = 40


28.)    18       12                  45 =                     (29.)                    80  =  240


30.)    95      15                      = 89

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