# FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018. Basic Six

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Instruction: Pick out the right answer from the given alternatives
Write 698,217 in words ________________________________________________________
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Write out three prime numbers _______________________________________________

Write out all factors of 12 ______________________________________________________

Express fifty three million, twelve thousand and nine in words _________________________

What is the place value of 8 in 18492 _____________________________________________

Multiply the place value of 8 and 4 in 3482 ________________________________________

Increase 600 by 50% ___________________________________

Express 32 as a product of its prime factors in index form ____________________________

A woman bought an article for N120 and sold it for N90. Calculate the gain or loss percent_________________________________________

Write out the number of prime numbers between 41 and 49 _________________________

Divide 420 by 21 _______________________________________

Simplify 5 + 6½ + 27/10 = ________________________________

Change ¾ to decimal __________________________________

Change 32/5 to decimal _______________________________

Edet saves ¼ of his monthly salary of N4000. How much does he save? _________________

What is 5¾ of 60 = ____________________________

Convert \$14 to Naira if \$1 = N369. ____________________________

3 tins of biscuits cost N2:25, what is the cost of 5 similar tins? ________________________

From N35:05; take away N30:39

What is 40% of N5:00

Section B: Show all Workings
Express 37½% as a fraction in its lowest term
Express 2818 in Roman numerals
Calculate the area of the shaded portion

What must be added to the sum of 2/5 and ¼ to give 2½
The average age of 5 boys is 12 years. If one of them is 10years old. What is the average age of the remaining boys?

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Comprehension
Many countries often make efforts to preserve as much of their forest as possible. This is because thick forest protect soil, water supply and animals. When forests are preserved, sources of water are usually protected. If water sources and table are spoilt through the destruction of forests, there will be no water at all or little quantity of water.
Forests need to be preserved, because they provide us with many things needed in life. We get plenty of timber from forest. From the timber, we make tables, chairs, bed and other furniture.
Not that alone, we can build wooden houses with planks from timber, wood pulp which is used for making paper is obtained from the forest. We also export timber to other countries which do not have enough.

Questions
What do we use wood pulp for: It is used for making ________________
(a) textbook (b) chairs (c) paper (d) cloths

Forest need to be preserved means that forest need to be kept __________________
(a) burnt (b) kept (c) cleaned (d) used

Do we use our timber in our country alone?
(a) We export timber to other countries (b) We use our timber to make furniture
(c) We do not use timber at all (d) We have burnt all the forest

What happened when water tables are destroyed?
(a) There will be not water at all or little quantity as water (b) There will be flood everywhere (c) All animals and plants in the forest will die (d) The hunters will start killing the animals

Why do many countries make effort to preserve their forest
(a) Thick forest provides wood for cooking (b) Thick forest makes our environment beautiful (c) Thick forest protects the soil, water supply and animals (d) Thick forest harbours snakes, lions, elephants and other wild animals

Part B: Grammar
Choose the correct one from the following spellings of the same word.
(a) Troble (b) Throuble (c) Trouble (d) Throble
(a) Bicycle (b) Byecyku (c) Bycicle (d) Biceycle
(a) Fullfill (b) Fullfi (c) Fulfill (d) Fulfell
(a) Anniversery (b) Anivasary (c) Anniversary (d) Anivarsary
(a) Length (b) lenght (c) lentgt (d) lenhgt

Part C: Fill the gaps with the correct option from the given alternatives
Who _____ the chart on the wall yesterday (a) tear (b) tears (c) tore (d) torn

The car was running at high speed when suddenly its type _____
burst (b) bursts (c) bursted (d) bursting

The victim was accidentally ____ by the policeman (a) shoot (b) short (c) shot (d) shut

He went to the cinema to take his mind ____ his worries (a) down (b) out of (c) to (d) off

John said that the bag belonged to him because the bag was __ (a) her (b) him (c) his (d) her

Part D: Write out the synonyms of the underlined words
John and his friends are sacred in the campus (a) beautiful (b) holy (c) generous (d) scatter

Mr. Adewale assembles all the candidates in the examination hall

The Yoruba culture forbids children to raise voice at old ones
prohibit (b) avoid (c) caution (d) worm

The pupils escaped punishment by pretending to be reading
Got (b) accepted (c) allowed (d) got away from

The road to our school is very broad for people to move fast
(a) wide (b) widen (c) opening (d) broaden

Part E: Write out the opposite of the following words
Words Antonyms
Familiar
Local
Supporter
Deep
Humble

Positive Comparative Superlative
Many
Dangerous
Good
Up
Round

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Study the samples and pick the right answer from the given option

Section A:
Sample: (red, read) (set, seat) (best, ________) (a) bear (b) bat (c) beast Ans = Beast
(Bright, bight) (shoot, soot) (grazed, ________) (a) dazed (b) read (c) gazed
(won, now,) (show, wohs) (sleep, _________) (a) leaps (b) peels (c) pales
(over, rev) (draw, war) (gnaw, ___________) (a) wan (b) wang (c) gown
(steel, loot) (lend, den) (James, ___________) (a) same (b) made (c) some
(boil, boot) (host, home) (mood, __________) (a) mode (b) most (c) mile

Section B:
Sample: Ship and harbor, Train and station (a) rail (b) passenger (c) station
Car and land, boat and ___________ (a) swim (b) water (c) ship
Man and house, lion and ___________ (a) roar (b) den (c) hut
Sheep and bleat, cat and ____________ (a) bark (b) meow (c) roar
Hour and minute, week and ___________ (a) time (b) day (c) hour
Queen and king, princess and __________ (a) heir (b) prince (c) girl

Section C: Circle the odd one
Sample: A B C D
Orange Mango Cassava Apple
Hen Duck Cock Goat
Table Fork Knife Plate
Hyena Elephant Lion Tiger
Bus Boat Car Trailer
Lake River Spring Storm

Section D: Rhyme
KEEN: To murder (a) kiln (b) kill (c) king (d) kilt
SIN: To succeed (a) fin (b) bin (c) win (d) pin
BACK: Opposite of white (a) sac (b) black (c) rack (d) dark
FROZEN: A set of twelve (a) cousin (b) dozen (c) dozy (d) dark
BLOUSE: Singular of mice (a) louse (b) mouse (c) wise (d) dice

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Part A: Objectives

We sometimes need drugs to recover from ____________ (a) sadness (b) illness (c) laziness

A __________ person cannot go to school, work or office (a) sick (b) good (c) bad

_______ are substances that affect the action of the body. (a) drugs (b) coin (c) oil

Drugs can be natural or ___________ (a) pointed (b) wet (c) synthetic

Some food items are natural ______________ (a) coins (b) drugs (c) paper

A person that prepares and dispenses drug is called a ________
(a) journalist (b) pharmacist (c) lawyer

___ is the sweeping or washing away of soil nutrients (a) plastering (b) erosion (c) weathering

________ is the movement of plants towards sunlight
photosynthesis (b) phototropism (c) weathering

___________ is the use of drugs without doctor's advice or prescription
child abuse (b) food abuse (c) drug abuse

______ is an example of drug that is commonly abused (a) malta (b) paracetamol (c) lipton

Lime, honey and kolanuts are examples of ___________
(a) synthetic (b) naturally (c) expired

Drugs in liquid forms are called _____ (a) syrup (b) tablets (c) capsules

Drugs in solid forms are called ___________ (a) syrup (b)tablet (c) coughta

Producing offspring is another name for _____ (a) reproduction (b) nutrition (c) excretion

Which of the following characteristics involves getting rid of waste products _______
(a) indigestion (b) nutrition (c) excretion

The ability of living things to bring forth young ones is known as ________
(a) respiration (b) excretion (c) movement

Which characteristics of living things is involved in this chain "A Fox eats a rabbit"
(a) growth (b) nutrition (c) reproduction

____________________ is the ability of living things to response to stimulus
(a) movement (b) growth (c) irritability

___________ is the increase in body weight and size (a) growth (b) movement (c) death

____________ means making the environment unsafe for plants and animals
(a) erosion (b) weathering (c) pollution

Section B:
1.) What is pollution? ___________________________________________________________
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2.) Mention two types of pollution
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

3.) What is Drug Abuse?________________________________________________________
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4.) Mention two drugs that are commonly abused
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

5.) Mention two naturally occurring drugs
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
____________ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife (a) family (b) marriage (c) divorce

The smallest social unit is ______________ (a) marriage (b) school (c) family

The official language in Nigeria is _________________ (a) Arab (b) Spanish (c) English

Traditionally in Africa, large family members always live together and this is known as _____ family (a) group (b) gang (c) extended

_______ is the head of the nuclear family (a) father (b) grandpa (c) uncle

Hip-hop, Reggae and blue are all examples of western culture on our _____
Food (b) language (c) music

______ is the mode, way or method of worship (a) God (b) Islam (c) Religion

Christians and Bibles, Muslims and _______ (a) Rosary (b) Hijab (c) Quran

Muslims worship in mosques while traditional worshippers worship in the ______
church (b) mosque (c) shrine

Some people marry people of the same ethnic group as themselves. This is called ____ ethnic marriage (a) inter (b) intra (c) ultra

Mr. James has three wives. This is an example of _______ marriage.
monogamous (b) polygamous (c) illegal

Segun from Ogun State is married to Ada from Abia State. This is an example of ______ ethnic marriage (a) inter (b) intra (c) ultra

Social studies is the study of _____ and his environment (a) space (b) god (c) man

A _____ is a lowland between two hills (a) mountain (b) valley (c) clef

______ is the Senate President
Mohammadu Buhari (b) Bukola Saraki (c) Akinwunmi Ambode

_______ is the sum total way of life. (a) Religion (b) History (c) culture

There are _______ arms of government (a) four (b) seven (c) three

Nigeria became a republic in _______ (a) 1914 (b) 1960 (c) 1963

Democracy day is celebrated on the ______ of May every year in Nigeria
1st (b) 27th (c) 29th

The _____ government is known as the government at the grass root
(a) Federal (b) State (c) Local

Part B:
What is Culture? Culture is ____________________________________________________
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What is religion? Religion is ___________________________________________________
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What is marriage? Marriage is _________________________________________________
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What is Divorce? Divorce is ___________________________________________________
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State the difference between intra-ethnic marriage and inter-ethnic marriage
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ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
___________ is the job that someone does for a living (a) vocation (b) action (c) atom

_______ is a list of dishes available at a restaurant (a) programme (b) event (c) menu

The following are examples of tools used by a caterer except ___ (a) apron (b) radio (c) pots

__________ refers to the conduct or manner by which someone does his job
(a) professionalism (b) vague (c) arrogance

The vocation of a teacher is ______ (a) teaching (b) speaking (c) singing

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAN) is the professional body for ____
(a) accountants (b) doctors (c) lawyers

A good entrepreneur must be ________ (a) careless (b) useless (c) discipline

The workplace of a blacksmith is called a _____ (a) laundry (b) forge (c) chemist

The regulatory body for engineers is _____ (a) CIBN (b) CBN (c) COREN

_______ is an electronic device that can accept data, process it and give us useful information (a) network (b) computer (c) aquatic

_____ trains athlete or sportsman (a) bouncer (b) coach (c) defender

A carpenter makes ______ objects (a) old (b) metallic (c) wooden

_____ is an indoor game (a) chess (b) car racing (c) football

A ____ is a person who cooks and prepares food at an event (a) teacher (b) cooker (c) caterer

Pincers is used by carpenter to remove unwanted _____ (a) saw (b) nails (c) blood

An example of a type of house is ____ house (a) ship (b) canoe (c) duplex

One of the reasons people do not own a house is _____ (a) ignorance (b) pride (c) poverty

______ is a legal member of any city of the community (a) citizen (b) alien (c) foreigner

You can become a citizen of a country by all the following except by _____
(a) birth (b) marriage (c) death

The absence of government in a country can cause ______ (a) peace (b) love (c) insecurity

Part B
Mention two qualities of an entrepreneur
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two indoor games
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Write out two carpentry tools
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two outdoor games or sports
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Write out the following in full
ICAN ___________________________________________________________________
CIBN____________________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: FINE ART

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The degree of lighten or darkness in an art work is called _____
Shape (b) colour (c) value (d) form

The response of vision to wave lengths of light is ____ (a) colour (b) line (c) shape (d) space

The mixture of yellow and blue in equal quantity will give us colour _____
Green (b) lemon (c) orange (d) purple

An artist who specialized in painting is called _____
Painter (b) sculpture (c) artisan (d) artiste

The branch of art that deals with acting is called _______ art
performing (b) liberal (c) visual (d) applied

The drawing of non-living things is known as ______ drawing
Life (b) nature (c) still life (d) aroma

The drawing of cattle grazing on a valley is known as _______ drawing
life (b) nature (c) still life (d) aroma

Which of these colours create coolness _____ (a) blue (b) red (c) orange (d) black

Which of these colours represents holiness or cleanliness (a) yellow (b) red (c) white (d) black

Another name for colour is ____ (a) water colour (b) eraser (c) pencil (d) hue

Part B:
The power to bring into form is known as _______________________________________

Mention four fine art materials
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Mention two performing art
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Art is anything made or done by _______________________ or ______________________

Draw and paint the Nigerian flag

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Saul was traveling to ______ when he saw a great light and fell.
(a) Jerusalem (b) Antioch (c) Damascus

Before his conversion, Saul was involved in _______
(a) piracy (b) smuggling (c) persecution and death of Stephen

Saul was trained in what trade? (a) carpentry (b) shoe-making (c) tent making

Saul was brought up by a Greek teacher called _____ (a) Samuel (b) Gamaliel (c) Judah

To convert means to __________ (a) change (b) move (c) cook

The apostles were first called Christians in ________ (a) Jerusalem (b) Antioch (c) Samaria

Saul was blind for __________ days (a) four (b) nine (c) three

God saved ________________ from the lion's den (a) David (b) Daniel (c) Darius

God said "Let there be __________ and there was ______ (a) light (b) moon (c) day

Pharaoh and his Egyptian chariots perished in the __________________
(a) furnace of fire (b) storm of life (c) red sea

___________ was the father of faith (a) Abraham (b) Jonah (c) Isaac

__________ sold his birth right (a) Moses (b) Joseph (c) Esau

__________________ was sold into slavery by his brother because of his dreams
(a) Jonah (b) Joseph (c) Johnson

_______ led the Israelites out of Egypt through the red sea (a) Moses (b) Victor (c) Ikpehoba

God created ______________ on the third day (a) sea and dry land (b) sky (c) man

On the _____ day, God rested (a) second (b) fifth (c) seventh

We should not be ________________ about what to eat or drink because God will provide (a) anxious (b) careful (c) serious

Jesus fed __ thousand people with five loaves of bread and two fishes (a) two (b) five (c) nine

_______ is the third person in Trinity (a) father (b) son (c) Holy spirit

_______ is a statement that is right (a) guess (b) hypothesis (c) truth

Part B:
What is Temptation? _________________________________________________________
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Write out the three temptation of our Lord Jesus Christ
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Narrate in not more than ten sentences the event that led to the conversion of Saul
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Write out the Lord's prayer
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One the first day God created the ____________________________________________
On the seventh day God ___________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
____________ deals with cultivation of crops and rearing of animals
Farming (b) driving (c) writing

__________ is an agent of soil formation (a) soil (b) weather (c) man

________ is formed when rocks are broken into smaller pieces (a) rock (b) soil (c) organisms

Animals that feed mostly on plants and grass are called ____ animals
Omnivourous (b) carnivouros (c) herbivour

_______ are plants that cause damage to farm animals (a) habitat (b) pest (c) host

It is the duty of the agriculture _____ worker to educate and orientate farmers
economics (b) budget (c) extension

Farming was started by the _____ (a) foreign men (b) early men (c) bush

A farmer that produces crops mainly for his family is known as _____ farmer
(a) commercial (b) industrial (c) subsistence

___________ is the rearing of animals and planting of crops for man's use
(a) economics (b) biology (c) agriculture

The early men were wanderers that mostly lived in ____ (a) caves (b) duplex (c) kitchen

Banana, apples and mangoes are all examples of _____ vegetables (a) leafy (b) root (c) fruit

Cocoyam and yam are examples of _____ crops (a) cereal (b) tuber (c) spicey

Goats, cow and pigs are examples of ______ animals (a) domestic (b) wild (c) foreign

The flat green organ in plant is called ______ (a) leaf (b) pestal (c) flower

Planks and wood are raw materials from _____ (a) timber (b) cotton (c) cocoa

________ is obtained from cassava (a) garri (b) oil (c) cloth

_______ is need for soap making (a) oil palm (b) palm wine (c) palm tree

In agriculture, we grow crops and rear animals for the use of ______ (a) goat (b) pig (c) man

One of the importance of agriculture is the provision of _______ for farmers
(a) data (b) income (c) wood

Man needs shelter or houses to protect himself and his property from harsh weather condition. We can say that agriculture provides _____ for man. (a) food (b) shelter (c) road

Part B
Mention four people in agriculture
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Write out four importance of agriculture
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________
(c) _________________________________________________________________________
(d) _________________________________________________________________________

Write out the industries that use the following agricultural produce
Agricultural Produce Industries
Palm Oil ___________________________________________
Cotton ___________________________________________
Timber ___________________________________________
Cocoa seeds ___________________________________________

Fill the gaps with the right option
Yam, maize, rice, groundnuts are ________________________________
Aloe vera, garlic, lime are __________________________________
Bullock, oxen, camel and donkey are ____________________________
Zoo, game, reserves and amusement parks are ____________________________

Food Products, Medicinal Herbs, Animal Powers, Recreational Centres

What is Agriculture? _________________________________________________________
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ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
______ is our fatherland (a) Ghana (b) Egypt (c) Cameroun (d) Nigeria

____________ honours are awards given to exceptional members of the country at National level (a) social (b) Economic (c) National (d) Boost

The National Honours awards was established in ______________
(a) 1860 (b) 1964 (c) 1971 (d) 1985

The National honours award is categorized into _____ orders of dignity
(a) few (b) ment (c) two (d) lower

Grand commander of the Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (GCFR) is ____ of the country (a) General (b) President (c) accountant (d) policeman

Goods that are sent from Nigeria to another country are called ____ goods
fake (b) sub standard (c) inferior (d) exported

_______ is the legal union of a man and woman to become husband and wife
Marriage (b) caring (c) courtship (d) re-union

A ______ is a physical structure with walls, a roof, doors and window
cabinet (b) lorry (c) house (d) canopy

Houses made with mud are said to be ____ houses
modern (b) sophisticated (c) traditional (d) Egypt

Some people do not own houses because of _______ (a) love (b) care (c) poverty (d) sex

The arm of government that execute the law are the _____
Judiciaries (b) executives (c) legislative (d) policemen

Government at the grassroots is the _____ government
executive (b) state (c) local (d) federal

The capital of Bayelsa State is _____ (a) Ondo (b) Yenegoa (c) Asaba (d) Edo

The National anthem has _______ stanza (a) four (b) seven (c) two (d) nine

The gateway state is the slogan for _____ state (a) Edo (b) Ogun (c) Osun (d) Sokoto

__ state is always referred to as Centre of Excellence (a) Imo (b) Abuja (c) Kaduna (d) Lagos

Workers' day is celebrated on the _____ of May every year (a) 27th (b) 29th (c) 1st (d) 3rd

A baby cat is called a _____ (a) wolf (b) kitten (c) fowl (d) toddler

The pressure group that protects the rights and freedom of teachers is known as _____
NURTW (b) LASTMA (c) NUT (d) NUJ

______ is one of the problems that is created by bad political leader
(a) patriotism (b) nationalism (c) integrity (d) corruption

Part B:
Write out the following National Honours in full
OFR –
GCON –
GCFR –
OON –

Write out two imported goods
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

Mention two types of houses
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

4.) Mention two reasons why people do not own houses
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Food is what we eat or drink in order to stay _______
deformed (b) invincible (c) alive (d) dead

The most hygiene type of toilet is the _____ toilet
Pottee (b) pit (c) water closet (d) short put

Textile fabrics are classified into natural and _____ quality
artificial (b) London-used (c) fairly-used (d) fake

The plan for the future income and expenditure is known as ____
money (b) fee (c) provision (d) budget

Income that is usually earned at the end of the month is known as ____
bill (b) expenses (c) salary (d) wage

We can spend our money wisely by buying _____ (a) watches (b) phones (c) shares (d) sweets

Bulk purchasing and avoiding daily market are ways of avoiding _____ spending
Wasteful (b) wise (c) cash (d) bank

_______ is a daily pay (a) sun (b) wage (c) income (d) salary

A meal that contains all classes of food in the right proportion is known as _____ diet
balanced (b) ratio (c) ration (d) super

Table mats and shopping bags are examples of ____ made crafts
hand (b) industrial (c) factory (d) London

______ is cooking by putting food in water with enough water
Roasting (b) boiling (c) frying (d) smoking

_____ is the best method for cooking food items like vegetables, onions, carrots etc
roasting (b) boiling (c) frying (d) smoking

Savings lead to _____ (a) investment (b) debt (c) bankruptcy (d) death

Income from landed property is known as ____ (a) capital (b) rent (c) salary (d) dividend

Shares and dividends are advanced forms of ____
Investment (b) banking (c) spending (d) money

Every eligible citizen is expected to pay ____ to the government
bribe (b) tithe (c) tax (d) bill

_____ is done in an open flat pan of hot fat or oil on a fire
roasting (b) frying (c) boiling (d) smoking

A _____ is a list of all available dishes at a restaurant or hotel
Dish (b) menu (c) order (d) take away

A person whose job is to prepare meal at restaurant is called a ______
cooker (b) cook (c) trader (d) housemaid

______ is used to kill pests and insects like cockroaches and mosquitoes at home
(a) homicide (b) genocide (c) insecticide (d) herbicide

Part B
1.) What is the difference between salary and wages?
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

2.) Mention four sources of family income
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

3.) Write out four classes of food and mention two examples of each class
(a) __________________________________________________________________
(b) __________________________________________________________________
(c) __________________________________________________________________
(d) __________________________________________________________________

What is frying? _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Instruction: Pick out the right answer from the given alternatives
Write 698,217 in words ________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Write out three prime numbers _______________________________________________

Write out all factors of 12 ______________________________________________________

Express fifty three million, twelve thousand and nine in words _________________________

What is the place value of 8 in 18492 _____________________________________________

Multiply the place value of 8 and 4 in 3482 ________________________________________

Increase 600 by 50% ___________________________________

Express 32 as a product of its prime factors in index form ____________________________

A woman bought an article for N120 and sold it for N90. Calculate the gain or loss percent_________________________________________

Write out the number of prime numbers between 41 and 49 _________________________

Divide 420 by 21 _______________________________________

Simplify 5 + 6½ + 27/10 = ________________________________

Change ¾ to decimal __________________________________

Change 32/5 to decimal _______________________________

Edet saves ¼ of his monthly salary of N4000. How much does he save? _________________

What is 5¾ of 60 = ____________________________

Convert \$14 to Naira if \$1 = N369. ____________________________

3 tins of biscuits cost N2:25, what is the cost of 5 similar tins? ________________________

From N35:05; take away N30:39

What is 40% of N5:00

Section B: Show all Workings
Express 37½% as a fraction in its lowest term
Express 2818 in Roman numerals
Calculate the area of the shaded portion

What must be added to the sum of 2/5 and ¼ to give 2½
The average age of 5 boys is 12 years. If one of them is 10years old. What is the average age of the remaining boys?

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Comprehension
Many countries often make efforts to preserve as much of their forest as possible. This is because thick forest protect soil, water supply and animals. When forests are preserved, sources of water are usually protected. If water sources and table are spoilt through the destruction of forests, there will be no water at all or little quantity of water.
Forests need to be preserved, because they provide us with many things needed in life. We get plenty of timber from forest. From the timber, we make tables, chairs, bed and other furniture.
Not that alone, we can build wooden houses with planks from timber, wood pulp which is used for making paper is obtained from the forest. We also export timber to other countries which do not have enough.

Questions
What do we use wood pulp for: It is used for making ________________
(a) textbook (b) chairs (c) paper (d) cloths

Forest need to be preserved means that forest need to be kept __________________
(a) burnt (b) kept (c) cleaned (d) used

Do we use our timber in our country alone?
(a) We export timber to other countries (b) We use our timber to make furniture
(c) We do not use timber at all (d) We have burnt all the forest

What happened when water tables are destroyed?
(a) There will be not water at all or little quantity as water (b) There will be flood everywhere (c) All animals and plants in the forest will die (d) The hunters will start killing the animals

Why do many countries make effort to preserve their forest
(a) Thick forest provides wood for cooking (b) Thick forest makes our environment beautiful (c) Thick forest protects the soil, water supply and animals (d) Thick forest harbours snakes, lions, elephants and other wild animals

Part B: Grammar
Choose the correct one from the following spellings of the same word.
(a) Troble (b) Throuble (c) Trouble (d) Throble
(a) Bicycle (b) Byecyku (c) Bycicle (d) Biceycle
(a) Fullfill (b) Fullfi (c) Fulfill (d) Fulfell
(a) Anniversery (b) Anivasary (c) Anniversary (d) Anivarsary
(a) Length (b) lenght (c) lentgt (d) lenhgt

Part C: Fill the gaps with the correct option from the given alternatives
Who _____ the chart on the wall yesterday (a) tear (b) tears (c) tore (d) torn

The car was running at high speed when suddenly its type _____
burst (b) bursts (c) bursted (d) bursting

The victim was accidentally ____ by the policeman (a) shoot (b) short (c) shot (d) shut

He went to the cinema to take his mind ____ his worries (a) down (b) out of (c) to (d) off

John said that the bag belonged to him because the bag was __ (a) her (b) him (c) his (d) her

Part D: Write out the synonyms of the underlined words
John and his friends are sacred in the campus (a) beautiful (b) holy (c) generous (d) scatter

Mr. Adewale assembles all the candidates in the examination hall

The Yoruba culture forbids children to raise voice at old ones
prohibit (b) avoid (c) caution (d) worm

The pupils escaped punishment by pretending to be reading
Got (b) accepted (c) allowed (d) got away from

The road to our school is very broad for people to move fast
(a) wide (b) widen (c) opening (d) broaden

Part E: Write out the opposite of the following words
Words Antonyms
Familiar
Local
Supporter
Deep
Humble

Positive Comparative Superlative
Many
Dangerous
Good
Up
Round

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Study the samples and pick the right answer from the given option

Section A:
Sample: (red, read) (set, seat) (best, ________) (a) bear (b) bat (c) beast Ans = Beast
(Bright, bight) (shoot, soot) (grazed, ________) (a) dazed (b) read (c) gazed
(won, now,) (show, wohs) (sleep, _________) (a) leaps (b) peels (c) pales
(over, rev) (draw, war) (gnaw, ___________) (a) wan (b) wang (c) gown
(steel, loot) (lend, den) (James, ___________) (a) same (b) made (c) some
(boil, boot) (host, home) (mood, __________) (a) mode (b) most (c) mile

Section B:
Sample: Ship and harbor, Train and station (a) rail (b) passenger (c) station
Car and land, boat and ___________ (a) swim (b) water (c) ship
Man and house, lion and ___________ (a) roar (b) den (c) hut
Sheep and bleat, cat and ____________ (a) bark (b) meow (c) roar
Hour and minute, week and ___________ (a) time (b) day (c) hour
Queen and king, princess and __________ (a) heir (b) prince (c) girl

Section C: Circle the odd one
Sample: A B C D
Orange Mango Cassava Apple
Hen Duck Cock Goat
Table Fork Knife Plate
Hyena Elephant Lion Tiger
Bus Boat Car Trailer
Lake River Spring Storm

Section D: Rhyme
KEEN: To murder (a) kiln (b) kill (c) king (d) kilt
SIN: To succeed (a) fin (b) bin (c) win (d) pin
BACK: Opposite of white (a) sac (b) black (c) rack (d) dark
FROZEN: A set of twelve (a) cousin (b) dozen (c) dozy (d) dark
BLOUSE: Singular of mice (a) louse (b) mouse (c) wise (d) dice

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Part A: Objectives

We sometimes need drugs to recover from ____________ (a) sadness (b) illness (c) laziness

A __________ person cannot go to school, work or office (a) sick (b) good (c) bad

_______ are substances that affect the action of the body. (a) drugs (b) coin (c) oil

Drugs can be natural or ___________ (a) pointed (b) wet (c) synthetic

Some food items are natural ______________ (a) coins (b) drugs (c) paper

A person that prepares and dispenses drug is called a ________
(a) journalist (b) pharmacist (c) lawyer

___ is the sweeping or washing away of soil nutrients (a) plastering (b) erosion (c) weathering

________ is the movement of plants towards sunlight
photosynthesis (b) phototropism (c) weathering

___________ is the use of drugs without doctor's advice or prescription
child abuse (b) food abuse (c) drug abuse

______ is an example of drug that is commonly abused (a) malta (b) paracetamol (c) lipton

Lime, honey and kolanuts are examples of ___________
(a) synthetic (b) naturally (c) expired

Drugs in liquid forms are called _____ (a) syrup (b) tablets (c) capsules

Drugs in solid forms are called ___________ (a) syrup (b)tablet (c) coughta

Producing offspring is another name for _____ (a) reproduction (b) nutrition (c) excretion

Which of the following characteristics involves getting rid of waste products _______
(a) indigestion (b) nutrition (c) excretion

The ability of living things to bring forth young ones is known as ________
(a) respiration (b) excretion (c) movement

Which characteristics of living things is involved in this chain "A Fox eats a rabbit"
(a) growth (b) nutrition (c) reproduction

____________________ is the ability of living things to response to stimulus
(a) movement (b) growth (c) irritability

___________ is the increase in body weight and size (a) growth (b) movement (c) death

____________ means making the environment unsafe for plants and animals
(a) erosion (b) weathering (c) pollution

Section B:
1.) What is pollution? ___________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

2.) Mention two types of pollution
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

3.) What is Drug Abuse?________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

4.) Mention two drugs that are commonly abused
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

5.) Mention two naturally occurring drugs
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
____________ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife (a) family (b) marriage (c) divorce

The smallest social unit is ______________ (a) marriage (b) school (c) family

The official language in Nigeria is _________________ (a) Arab (b) Spanish (c) English

Traditionally in Africa, large family members always live together and this is known as _____ family (a) group (b) gang (c) extended

_______ is the head of the nuclear family (a) father (b) grandpa (c) uncle

Hip-hop, Reggae and blue are all examples of western culture on our _____
Food (b) language (c) music

______ is the mode, way or method of worship (a) God (b) Islam (c) Religion

Christians and Bibles, Muslims and _______ (a) Rosary (b) Hijab (c) Quran

Muslims worship in mosques while traditional worshippers worship in the ______
church (b) mosque (c) shrine

Some people marry people of the same ethnic group as themselves. This is called ____ ethnic marriage (a) inter (b) intra (c) ultra

Mr. James has three wives. This is an example of _______ marriage.
monogamous (b) polygamous (c) illegal

Segun from Ogun State is married to Ada from Abia State. This is an example of ______ ethnic marriage (a) inter (b) intra (c) ultra

Social studies is the study of _____ and his environment (a) space (b) god (c) man

A _____ is a lowland between two hills (a) mountain (b) valley (c) clef

______ is the Senate President
Mohammadu Buhari (b) Bukola Saraki (c) Akinwunmi Ambode

_______ is the sum total way of life. (a) Religion (b) History (c) culture

There are _______ arms of government (a) four (b) seven (c) three

Nigeria became a republic in _______ (a) 1914 (b) 1960 (c) 1963

Democracy day is celebrated on the ______ of May every year in Nigeria
1st (b) 27th (c) 29th

The _____ government is known as the government at the grass root
(a) Federal (b) State (c) Local

Part B:
What is Culture? Culture is ____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

What is religion? Religion is ___________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

What is marriage? Marriage is _________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

What is Divorce? Divorce is ___________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

State the difference between intra-ethnic marriage and inter-ethnic marriage
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
___________ is the job that someone does for a living (a) vocation (b) action (c) atom

_______ is a list of dishes available at a restaurant (a) programme (b) event (c) menu

The following are examples of tools used by a caterer except ___ (a) apron (b) radio (c) pots

__________ refers to the conduct or manner by which someone does his job
(a) professionalism (b) vague (c) arrogance

The vocation of a teacher is ______ (a) teaching (b) speaking (c) singing

The Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICAN) is the professional body for ____
(a) accountants (b) doctors (c) lawyers

A good entrepreneur must be ________ (a) careless (b) useless (c) discipline

The workplace of a blacksmith is called a _____ (a) laundry (b) forge (c) chemist

The regulatory body for engineers is _____ (a) CIBN (b) CBN (c) COREN

_______ is an electronic device that can accept data, process it and give us useful information (a) network (b) computer (c) aquatic

_____ trains athlete or sportsman (a) bouncer (b) coach (c) defender

A carpenter makes ______ objects (a) old (b) metallic (c) wooden

_____ is an indoor game (a) chess (b) car racing (c) football

A ____ is a person who cooks and prepares food at an event (a) teacher (b) cooker (c) caterer

Pincers is used by carpenter to remove unwanted _____ (a) saw (b) nails (c) blood

An example of a type of house is ____ house (a) ship (b) canoe (c) duplex

One of the reasons people do not own a house is _____ (a) ignorance (b) pride (c) poverty

______ is a legal member of any city of the community (a) citizen (b) alien (c) foreigner

You can become a citizen of a country by all the following except by _____
(a) birth (b) marriage (c) death

The absence of government in a country can cause ______ (a) peace (b) love (c) insecurity

Part B
Mention two qualities of an entrepreneur
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two indoor games
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Write out two carpentry tools
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two outdoor games or sports
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Write out the following in full
ICAN ___________________________________________________________________
CIBN____________________________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: FINE ART

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The degree of lighten or darkness in an art work is called _____
Shape (b) colour (c) value (d) form

The response of vision to wave lengths of light is ____ (a) colour (b) line (c) shape (d) space

The mixture of yellow and blue in equal quantity will give us colour _____
Green (b) lemon (c) orange (d) purple

An artist who specialized in painting is called _____
Painter (b) sculpture (c) artisan (d) artiste

The branch of art that deals with acting is called _______ art
performing (b) liberal (c) visual (d) applied

The drawing of non-living things is known as ______ drawing
Life (b) nature (c) still life (d) aroma

The drawing of cattle grazing on a valley is known as _______ drawing
life (b) nature (c) still life (d) aroma

Which of these colours create coolness _____ (a) blue (b) red (c) orange (d) black

Which of these colours represents holiness or cleanliness (a) yellow (b) red (c) white (d) black

Another name for colour is ____ (a) water colour (b) eraser (c) pencil (d) hue

Part B:
The power to bring into form is known as _______________________________________

Mention four fine art materials
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Mention two performing art
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Art is anything made or done by _______________________ or ______________________

Draw and paint the Nigerian flag

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Saul was traveling to ______ when he saw a great light and fell.
(a) Jerusalem (b) Antioch (c) Damascus

Before his conversion, Saul was involved in _______
(a) piracy (b) smuggling (c) persecution and death of Stephen

Saul was trained in what trade? (a) carpentry (b) shoe-making (c) tent making

Saul was brought up by a Greek teacher called _____ (a) Samuel (b) Gamaliel (c) Judah

To convert means to __________ (a) change (b) move (c) cook

The apostles were first called Christians in ________ (a) Jerusalem (b) Antioch (c) Samaria

Saul was blind for __________ days (a) four (b) nine (c) three

God saved ________________ from the lion's den (a) David (b) Daniel (c) Darius

God said "Let there be __________ and there was ______ (a) light (b) moon (c) day

Pharaoh and his Egyptian chariots perished in the __________________
(a) furnace of fire (b) storm of life (c) red sea

___________ was the father of faith (a) Abraham (b) Jonah (c) Isaac

__________ sold his birth right (a) Moses (b) Joseph (c) Esau

__________________ was sold into slavery by his brother because of his dreams
(a) Jonah (b) Joseph (c) Johnson

_______ led the Israelites out of Egypt through the red sea (a) Moses (b) Victor (c) Ikpehoba

God created ______________ on the third day (a) sea and dry land (b) sky (c) man

On the _____ day, God rested (a) second (b) fifth (c) seventh

We should not be ________________ about what to eat or drink because God will provide (a) anxious (b) careful (c) serious

Jesus fed __ thousand people with five loaves of bread and two fishes (a) two (b) five (c) nine

_______ is the third person in Trinity (a) father (b) son (c) Holy spirit

_______ is a statement that is right (a) guess (b) hypothesis (c) truth

Part B:
What is Temptation? _________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Write out the three temptation of our Lord Jesus Christ
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Narrate in not more than ten sentences the event that led to the conversion of Saul
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
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Write out the Lord's prayer
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

One the first day God created the ____________________________________________
On the seventh day God ___________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
____________ deals with cultivation of crops and rearing of animals
Farming (b) driving (c) writing

__________ is an agent of soil formation (a) soil (b) weather (c) man

________ is formed when rocks are broken into smaller pieces (a) rock (b) soil (c) organisms

Animals that feed mostly on plants and grass are called ____ animals
Omnivourous (b) carnivouros (c) herbivour

_______ are plants that cause damage to farm animals (a) habitat (b) pest (c) host

It is the duty of the agriculture _____ worker to educate and orientate farmers
economics (b) budget (c) extension

Farming was started by the _____ (a) foreign men (b) early men (c) bush

A farmer that produces crops mainly for his family is known as _____ farmer
(a) commercial (b) industrial (c) subsistence

___________ is the rearing of animals and planting of crops for man's use
(a) economics (b) biology (c) agriculture

The early men were wanderers that mostly lived in ____ (a) caves (b) duplex (c) kitchen

Banana, apples and mangoes are all examples of _____ vegetables (a) leafy (b) root (c) fruit

Cocoyam and yam are examples of _____ crops (a) cereal (b) tuber (c) spicey

Goats, cow and pigs are examples of ______ animals (a) domestic (b) wild (c) foreign

The flat green organ in plant is called ______ (a) leaf (b) pestal (c) flower

Planks and wood are raw materials from _____ (a) timber (b) cotton (c) cocoa

________ is obtained from cassava (a) garri (b) oil (c) cloth

_______ is need for soap making (a) oil palm (b) palm wine (c) palm tree

In agriculture, we grow crops and rear animals for the use of ______ (a) goat (b) pig (c) man

One of the importance of agriculture is the provision of _______ for farmers
(a) data (b) income (c) wood

Man needs shelter or houses to protect himself and his property from harsh weather condition. We can say that agriculture provides _____ for man. (a) food (b) shelter (c) road

Part B
Mention four people in agriculture
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

Write out four importance of agriculture
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________
(c) _________________________________________________________________________
(d) _________________________________________________________________________

Write out the industries that use the following agricultural produce
Agricultural Produce Industries
Palm Oil ___________________________________________
Cotton ___________________________________________
Timber ___________________________________________
Cocoa seeds ___________________________________________

Fill the gaps with the right option
Yam, maize, rice, groundnuts are ________________________________
Aloe vera, garlic, lime are __________________________________
Bullock, oxen, camel and donkey are ____________________________
Zoo, game, reserves and amusement parks are ____________________________

Food Products, Medicinal Herbs, Animal Powers, Recreational Centres

What is Agriculture? _________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
______ is our fatherland (a) Ghana (b) Egypt (c) Cameroun (d) Nigeria

____________ honours are awards given to exceptional members of the country at National level (a) social (b) Economic (c) National (d) Boost

The National Honours awards was established in ______________
(a) 1860 (b) 1964 (c) 1971 (d) 1985

The National honours award is categorized into _____ orders of dignity
(a) few (b) ment (c) two (d) lower

Grand commander of the Order of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (GCFR) is ____ of the country (a) General (b) President (c) accountant (d) policeman

Goods that are sent from Nigeria to another country are called ____ goods
fake (b) sub standard (c) inferior (d) exported

_______ is the legal union of a man and woman to become husband and wife
Marriage (b) caring (c) courtship (d) re-union

A ______ is a physical structure with walls, a roof, doors and window
cabinet (b) lorry (c) house (d) canopy

Houses made with mud are said to be ____ houses
modern (b) sophisticated (c) traditional (d) Egypt

Some people do not own houses because of _______ (a) love (b) care (c) poverty (d) sex

The arm of government that execute the law are the _____
Judiciaries (b) executives (c) legislative (d) policemen

Government at the grassroots is the _____ government
executive (b) state (c) local (d) federal

The capital of Bayelsa State is _____ (a) Ondo (b) Yenegoa (c) Asaba (d) Edo

The National anthem has _______ stanza (a) four (b) seven (c) two (d) nine

The gateway state is the slogan for _____ state (a) Edo (b) Ogun (c) Osun (d) Sokoto

__ state is always referred to as Centre of Excellence (a) Imo (b) Abuja (c) Kaduna (d) Lagos

Workers' day is celebrated on the _____ of May every year (a) 27th (b) 29th (c) 1st (d) 3rd

A baby cat is called a _____ (a) wolf (b) kitten (c) fowl (d) toddler

The pressure group that protects the rights and freedom of teachers is known as _____
NURTW (b) LASTMA (c) NUT (d) NUJ

______ is one of the problems that is created by bad political leader
(a) patriotism (b) nationalism (c) integrity (d) corruption

Part B:
Write out the following National Honours in full
OFR –
GCON –
GCFR –
OON –

Write out two imported goods
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

Mention two types of houses
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

4.) Mention two reasons why people do not own houses
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

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FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Food is what we eat or drink in order to stay _______
deformed (b) invincible (c) alive (d) dead

The most hygiene type of toilet is the _____ toilet
Pottee (b) pit (c) water closet (d) short put

Textile fabrics are classified into natural and _____ quality
artificial (b) London-used (c) fairly-used (d) fake

The plan for the future income and expenditure is known as ____
money (b) fee (c) provision (d) budget

Income that is usually earned at the end of the month is known as ____
bill (b) expenses (c) salary (d) wage

We can spend our money wisely by buying _____ (a) watches (b) phones (c) shares (d) sweets

Bulk purchasing and avoiding daily market are ways of avoiding _____ spending
Wasteful (b) wise (c) cash (d) bank

_______ is a daily pay (a) sun (b) wage (c) income (d) salary

A meal that contains all classes of food in the right proportion is known as _____ diet
balanced (b) ratio (c) ration (d) super

Table mats and shopping bags are examples of ____ made crafts
hand (b) industrial (c) factory (d) London

______ is cooking by putting food in water with enough water
Roasting (b) boiling (c) frying (d) smoking

_____ is the best method for cooking food items like vegetables, onions, carrots etc
roasting (b) boiling (c) frying (d) smoking

Savings lead to _____ (a) investment (b) debt (c) bankruptcy (d) death

Income from landed property is known as ____ (a) capital (b) rent (c) salary (d) dividend

Shares and dividends are advanced forms of ____
Investment (b) banking (c) spending (d) money

Every eligible citizen is expected to pay ____ to the government
bribe (b) tithe (c) tax (d) bill

_____ is done in an open flat pan of hot fat or oil on a fire
roasting (b) frying (c) boiling (d) smoking

A _____ is a list of all available dishes at a restaurant or hotel
Dish (b) menu (c) order (d) take away

A person whose job is to prepare meal at restaurant is called a ______
cooker (b) cook (c) trader (d) housemaid

______ is used to kill pests and insects like cockroaches and mosquitoes at home
(a) homicide (b) genocide (c) insecticide (d) herbicide

Part B
1.) What is the difference between salary and wages?
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2.) Mention four sources of family income
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

3.) Write out four classes of food and mention two examples of each class
(a) __________________________________________________________________
(b) __________________________________________________________________
(c) __________________________________________________________________
(d) __________________________________________________________________

What is frying? _____________________________________________________________
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ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
1A, MOBOLAJI BANK-ANTHONY STREET, LAGOS.

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2017/2018
CLASS: PRIMARY 6 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

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