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Primary 4

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:………………………………………………………………………………...

_____________ are things that belong to you alone
(a) personal gift (b) personal belongings (c) personal matters

All of the following are examples of personal belongings except ______
(a) combs (b) petti coats (c) marker
____________ and _________ are good sources of carbohydrates
(a) grains and tubers (b) vegetables and pine (c) potassium and magnesium
_________________ are materials found in varying quantities in the foods that we eat
(a) nutrients (b) neutrates (c) nuetrents
Nutrients are classified into _______ categories (a) seven (b) six (c) four
Money, sex, age, likes and dislikes are factors that influence choice of personal belongings (a) true (b) false (c) maybe

Our personal belonging should be kept in an orderly manner (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe
We ke…

Year Seven. Civic and Religious studies

                                                DATE OF SUBMISSION: 7TH OF JANUARY 2019
CLASS:  YEAR 7

A.ENGLISH STUDIES/FRENCH LANGUAGE

Instruction:   Make 10 flashcards of 20cm x 20cm and an envelope using cardboard.
Pick 10 new words of 10 letters each.   Perform the following tasks in English and French Languages on both sides of the cards:
a.      Word                                                      1/2 mark
b.      Meaning of the word                         1/2 mark
c.       Make a sentence with the word     1/2 mark
d.      Neatness of work                                1/2 mark

Rubrics:
•2 marks per card x 10 cards                                                           Total: 20 marks
 Note:
• Write your chosen English word on one side of the card and its French equivalent on the other.
• If the ten-letter English word is more or less in French, do not worry. An example is: ‘Dictionary’- ‘Dictionnaire’
• Grammatical errors will be penalised.





B.CIVIC EDUCATION/CHRISTIA…

Year 7. English and French Languages Homework

DATE OF SUBMISSION: 7TH OF JANUARY 2019 CLASS: YEAR 7 A. ENGLISH STUDIES/FRENCH LANGUAGE Instruction: Make 10 flashcards of 20cm x 20cm and an envelope using cardboard. Pick 10 new words of 10 letters each. Perform the following tasks in English and French Languages on both sides of the cards: a. Word 1/2 mark b. Meaning of the word 1/2 mark c. Make a sentence with the word 1/2 mark d. Neatness of work 1/2 mark Rubrics: • 2 marks per card x 10 cards Total: 20 marks Note: • Write your chosen English word on one side of the card and its French equivalent on the other. • If the …

Life Skills

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Dear Parents,

Due to the skewed nature of our educational system, I'll suggest that holiday classes with the same curriculum as the WASSCE would not be the best way to equip your child for the future.



You see the future of work is not what you did in school or the number of chemical equations you can resolve in organic chemistry or redox reactions. Chewing the periodic table isn't an option either.

Your child's analytical skills, their ability to interpret what happens around them in a way that fits the context of their current activity stream is what will make them relevant. Increasingly, people with skills are what are being invested into, not people who have the ability to learn by rote.

That saying, a child's teenage years are the best opportunity to change their lives. Let them do one of the following:

1. Learn a sport
2. Learn an important life skill, like swimming
3. Learn a new language, like French, Spanish or Mandarin
4. Learn survival skills, first aid, hiking, livi…

Merry Christmas

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Primary 5.. English Grammar 2018/2019 Academic Year. First Term

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ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A: Comprehension Passage
NGOZI GOES TO SCHOOL
A day before the opening day for JSS 1 students, someone from the town called on Chika, asking him if his yams were still available for sale in bulk. Chika said 'yes', and the man came and bought a huge quantity of yams. Chika was very happy, though he had to reduce the price because he needed the money urgently.
Chika called his niece Ngozi into the house and told her to prepare herself because she would be leaving for school the following day.
Ngozi was very happy when she heard this. She washed all her best clothes. But she was worried about how she would carry her clothes, since she had never owned a suitcase or even a bag. Her uncle had not said anything about buying one for her.
Ngozi then went round tell…