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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 keep our toothbrush and toothpaste in the ___ (a) bedroom (b) sitting room (c) bathroom
Personal belonging should be kept clean by _______ (a) washing (b) oiling (c) tearing them
Washing, drying and ironing our clothes prevents us from having __________
(a) diseases (b) deseases (c) desaeses
The ____________ is a place where we entertain visitors
(a) bedroom (b) seating room (c) sitting room
___________ is where food is prepared (a) toilet (b) kitchen (c) dinning room
The toilet should be washed _________ (a) weekly (b) daily (c) monthly
The following are needed to clean our rooms except ___ (a) long broom (b) dust bin (c) fire
Food containing all nutrients in the right proportion is called _____
(a) balanced diet (b) balanced food (c) bouncing diet
Eating of _______ assures good health (a) bouncing diet (b) balanced diet (c) body energy
The food we eat are obtained from two main sources __________ and ________
(a) animals and plants (b) cowpea and dodo (c) rice and beans
Energy giving foods is known as __________ (a) carbohydrate (b) vitamins (c) fat and oil
Beef, pork, lamb, ram, chicken, turkey, goat, duck, fish, shrimp etc are all examples of ___ (a) vitamin (b) minerals (c) protein

Watermelon, mango, banana, lemon are all examples of __________
(a) fruits (b) grains (c) carbohydrate


Section B
List five personal belongings
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

Mention five factors that influences choice of personal belongings
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

Mention three ways of caring for our personal belongings
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

b.) List five rooms in the house
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

Mention five equipments used for cleaning the house
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

b.) Mention three categories of food groups
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

List three functions of food nutrients
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________





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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

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

God speaks to His children to ______
(a) beat them (b) give them bread (c) tell them what will happen in future (d) confuse them

The right attitude to show when God speaks to us is to ________
(a) shout at Him (b) close our ears (c) listen attentively (d) run away like Jonah

Moses received the words of covenant on Mount__ (a) Araphat (b) Hebron (c) Olive (d) Sinai
As children of God, we must stay away from _______
(a) sweet (b) from making friends (c) sins (d) eating food

One of the ways God use to speaks to us is ______________________
(a) when fighting with our neighbours (b) when we play football
(c) through dreams when we are sleeping (d) when we are watching worldly films
One of the significance of being in Christ is that _____
(a) we live in peace and harmony with our neighbours (b) to get enough power to fight our neighbours (c) to become stingy the more (d) to learn the act of backbiting the more

We show love to our brothers and sisters by
(a) cursing them (b) beating them (c) caring for them (d) bullying them

Ways to become children of God are these except
(a) living in peace and harmony (b) be a member of God's family
(c) causing trouble in the neighbourhood (d) spreading the gospel of Christ

We show love to our father by doing the following except ______
(a) running errand for him (b) ironing his clothes for him
(c) fighting and cursing him to anger (d) going to the farm with him
The following are the purpose of God's call except _____
(a) to obey Him (b) to serve Him (c) to call us to repentance (d) to give us bread

The name of Abraham's wife was (a) Rebecca (b) Elizabeth (c) Sarah (d) Deborah
The meaning of Jesus's other name "Emmanuel" is _______
(a) God of Jacob (b) God of Noah (c) God with us (d) son of Hebrew
Jesus died for us on the cross of Calvary to _____ (a) lead us to satan (b) lead us to our father and mother (c) lead us to God our heavenly father (d) lead us to gain the whole world.

Jesus earthly home town was _____ (a) Samaria (b) Jerusalem (c) Nazareth (d) Damascus
Jesus earthly father and mother were _________ and _________
(a) Paul and Deborah (b) Silas and Martha (c) Joseph and Mary (d) Peter and Dorcas

Living in peace with our neighbours brings__ (a) hatred (b) fight (c) progress (d) confusion


Listening attentively to instructions from our father shows that
(a) we are good example of God's children (b) bad example to people around us
(c) we have no choice than to listen (d) we are afraid

How many times did God call Samuel? (a) 2 times (b) 4 times (c) 3 times (d) 1 time
Jacob wrestle with _________ till day break (a) Masquerade (b) Satan (c) Goliath (d) God
Jacob's name after that encounter was later changed to ______
(a) Jerusalem (b) Moses (c) Israel (d) Joshua

Section B
State two importance of living in peace
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
b.) Mention three attitudes to show when God speaks to us
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

Mention two ways through which God speaks to us
(a) ______________________________________________________________________
(b) ______________________________________________________________________
b.) State two ways in which we can be children of one father.
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two purpose of God's call
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) List two people in the Bible that obeyed God's call
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

State three ways in which we can relate with and show love to one another
(a) _____________________________________________________________________
(b) _____________________________________________________________________
(c) _____________________________________________________________________

b.) Give two reasons why God speaks to us
(a) _____________________________________________________________________
(b) _____________________________________________________________________


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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

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

A career is considered as a ____ work one engages in (a) temporary (b) lifetime (c) seldom
________ guides students on making career decisions of their choice
teacher (b) friend (c) career counselor
The following subjects are requirements for studying medicine except ____
chemistry (b) biology (c) accounts
______ is what you love doing most even without being paid
value (b) interest (c) personal belongings
The person that designs building plan is called _______
(a) an architect (b) a bricklayer (c) a conductor
The person that manages the entire activities in building construction is ______
(a) project manager (b) lawyer (c) doctor
____________ is the art or practice of designing and constructing building
(a) bricklayer (b) bricklaying (c) architecture
A good architectural work must possess the following except _______
(a) utility (b) durability (c) painting
_________ is the occupation which involves manufacturing, installing, testing and maintaining electrical equipment (a) electrical works (b) mechanics (c) electrician

The person that designs and makes electrical equipment and appliances for both home and industrial uses is called _____ (a) site engineer (b) architect (c) electrical engineer

___________ is used to tighten or loosen screw (a) helmet (b) wire (c) pin
_________ is not a tool used by electrician (a) pliers (b) hoe (c) tester
__________ is a skilled person who inspects, maintains or repairs an automobile
(a) electrician (b) automobile mechanic (c) panel beater
The following are examples of automobiles except ______ (a) canoe (b) bus (c) cars
A mechanic works in a __________ (a) school (b) workshop (c) bakery
Block moulding is the art of making __________ (a) chair (b) block (c) chair
Another name for brick moulding is _____ (a) concrete (b) wood carving (c) stone carving
Which of these tools is not used in brick making (a) cutlass (b) block mould (c) head pan
____________ is the profession of writing newspaper, magazine, radio or television station (a) journalism (b) reporting (c) writing

____________ is the main aim of a journalist
(a) informing people (b) reporting people (c) studying people

Section B
What is a career? ____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two careers one can do as a science student
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
List four buildings or structures an architect can design
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) Mention five home electrical appliances
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

Highlight three artisans that can be found in a mechanic workshop
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________
b.) Mention four tools used by automobile mechanics
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

List three materials used to make blocks
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

b.) What is an automobile mechanic? ______________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

What is archtecturing?________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) What is journalism?__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________




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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

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

______ is the expression of one's feelings, thoughts and ideas (a) ant (b) art (c) tar (d) rat

Art is broadly divided into ____________ groups
5 (b) 2 (c) 7 (d) 3

"Art" in a Latin word means _______________
to-thing-well (b) to-fight-well (c) to-do-well (d) to-rough-well

The line drawn below is called
(a) horizontal (b) curve (c) zig-zag (d) vertical

The mixture of two primary colour gives ______ colour
tertiary (b) secondary (c) primary (d) kindergarten

The shape drawn is a _____________ (a) cube (b) cuboid (c) cone (d) cylinder

Tonal graduation can be done by using which of the following
(a) brush (b) poster colour (c) pencil (d) marker

How many colour has a rainbow (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 7 (d) 5
Red + Yellow = _______ (a) orange (b) purple (c) green
Art is used for communication (a) True (b) False (c) maybe
There are basically _____________ types of colour (a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 12 (d) 7
In the rainbow colours "ROYGBIV" I stands for ________ while O represent _________ (a) purple/orange (b) indigo/orange (c) indigo/yellow (d) violet/red

When two secondary colours are mixed together, a _________ colour is formed
(a) primary (b) tertiary (c) secondary (d) university
Which of the following is an example of secondary colour?
blue (b) orange (c) yellow (d) red
Blue + _______________ = purple (a) yellow (b) red (c) green (d) black

Section B: Theory
Draw a big flower vase and colour it green
Draw a house using the element of design
Draw the following shapes:
Cone (ii) Cuboid


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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

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

Examples of double consonant are mm, nn, pp, tt, ff, bb, cc etc
Circle the double consonant words e.g.
Bubble cat jingle
Grape grapple hand

Biro Fall Plate
Oxford Ruler Narrow
Aspire Bleed Assent
Batty hesitate Jaguar
Perceive Processing Quail

Write a double consonant word that explain the meaning of the word or group of words in capitals

Examples: A JUDGEMENT ABOUT SOMETHING = assessment
IT IS USED TO COVER A BED = Bedding

Words in the box explain the meaning of the word or group of words in capitals
Terror bitter cliff better cigarette
better furrow grass toddler titter
COMPARATIVE OF GOOD = ____________________________
VERY UNPLEASANT TASTE = ___________________________
LARGE AREA OF ROCK AT SEASIDE = _____________________
IT IS FILLED WITH TOBACCO = _____________________________
IS JUST LEARNING TO WALK = _____________________________
TO LAUGH QUAIELTY = _______________________________
AN EXTREME FEAR = ____________________________
HORSE'S FOOD = ___________________________
NARROW CUT IN THE GROUND = ______________________
GREEN LEAVES EATEN BY COWS = _______________________




Alphabetical order (using third letter)
Example: 1. Assign
2. ascent
3. ashes
4. aside

1. learn (17.) 1. going (18.) 1. heavy
2. lens 2. Goal 2. hedge
3. lexicon 3. Goo 3. heroine
4. level 4. Gold 4. Help

1. indigo (20.) 1. pick
2. incompetent 2. pin
3. inadequate 3. piracy
4. inequity 4. pig

Adding a prefix to form a new word
Examples:
Turn return Sense nonsense Grow outgrow

21.) regular (ir, on) _____________________ (22.) legible (out, il) _____________________
23.) Mobile (im, on) ____________________
Adding a suffix to form a new word
Example:

24.) (25.)



26.)




Words can be formed from the letter of a given words
Examples:



27.) (28.)



29.) (30.)

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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE

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

Comprehension
A VISIT TO MY VILLAGE
Our village is not far from Awka, the capital of Anambra State. It is called Ibaji. There are old and new houses in our village. We are lucky. We live in a modern house. My father and my elder brothers built it three years ago. Grandpa and grandma live in the house next to us. We visit them everyday because they are old. We help them and they tell us many things about the past in return.
Our village is a peaceful place. We obey our parents and older relations. We also respect Chief Okafor, the Igwe of our village. We have a Council of elders who work with the chief. They advise the chief when there is a problem. We do not have much trouble in our village. We all obey the laws of the government and state. At school, we obey school rules and respect our teachers and headmistress.
I am sure that you will enjoy your visit. I can take you fishing if you like. We can go to the market and there are big shops in Awka. If you like you can join my age group when it is time to clean the Ilo (place for meetings and playing).
My father and mother are going to have a big party when you come with uncle, auntie and Ngozi. There will be a lot of food, dancing and games.

Answer these questions:
Which state does Emeka live?__________________________________________________

How is Emeka lucky? ________________________________________________________

Who built Emeka's house? ____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Where do Emeka's grandpa and grandma live?_____________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

How do the village elders help the chief? _________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Grammar
Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D
My mother ______ a chicken yesterday (a) roast (b) roasted (c) roasts (d) roasting
The prisoner ____ at the quarrel for pushing him (a) shout (b) shouts (c) shouting (d) shouted
She _____ dinner for her family last night (a) prepare (b) prepares (c) prepared (d) preparing
His room _____ in a mess yesterday (a) was (b) is (c) are (d) am



My brother _____ home late last night (a) come (b) came (c) coming (d) comes
She sings sweetly, _____ she? (a) hasn't (b) doesn't (c) does (d) is
______ they pass their driving test? (a) Do (b) Does (c) Did (d) Have
_____ your father a busy man? (a) Are (b) Do (c) has (d) Is
Aren't the puppies cute? Yes, they ____ (a) are (b) is (c) do (d) does
They like to eat cakes, ____ they? (a) do (b) don't (c) does (d) did
They ______ to school everyday (a) goes (b) go (c) went (d) going
Tara __ well during the debating activity yesterday (a) speak (b) spoke (c) speaking (d) spoken
She _____ to market every afternoon (a) went (b) go (c) goes (d) going
The woman always _____ my hair (a) plaited (b) plaiting (c) plaits (d) plait
The congregation ____ on Sunday (a) listens (b) listen (c) listening (d) listened

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D. The answer you choose must be in the perfect tense
She apologized to me for what she _____ (a) did (b) has done (c) had done (d) do
She discovered her mistake after she _____ her paper
(a) has submitted (b) had submitted (c) had been submitted (d) submit
We ____ not _______ him for several years (a) have/seen (b) has/seen (c) was/seen (d) saw
She _____ not ______ here for a long time. I often wonder what has happened to her
(a) have/been (b) had/been (c) has/been (d) had/been visited
We ______ not _______ the zoo for many months
(a) have/visit (b) have/visited (c) has/visited (d) has/been visited
Composition
Choose anyone out of the two questions
Write a composition on My family
Write a letter to your friend telling him/her your performance during the last term examination

Literature in English
Adesewa's village was ____________ (a) Moremi (b) Kirigi (c) Igbodilu
Who were relieved to see Adesewa?
(a) Igbodilu's king (b) Bamishegun (c) Adesewa's parents
Adesewa's father bought ______________ vehicle when he was rich
(a) Toyota Datzun (b) Mercedez Benz (c) Peugeot Pickup Van
What news did the King hear?
(a) that his only son died (b) that he has won lottery (c) that Adesewa's father is rich
What was wrong in the palace of Igbodilu (a) the King has passed on
(b) the king's wife had an accident (c) Prince Adeola the king's son is sick
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

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

The upper most layer of the earth in which plants grow and also animal live is known as
(a) soil (b) stone (c) air (d) rock

_______ is the broken down of rocks into smaller pieces
cracking (b) weathering (c) blasting (d) watering
All the following are reasons why soil loss its nutrient except _____
(a) overgrazing (b) clean clearing (c) erosion (d) manuring
Compost manure are also called _____ soil (a) loamy (b) humus (c) sandy (d) clayey
Garri is gotten from processing _____ (a) maize (b) cassava (c) guinea corn (d) yam
The degree of fineness or roughness of a soil is called _____
softness (b) texture (c) weathering
Which of the following soil sample becomes sticky when wet and can be moulded
(a) clay soil (b) loamy soil (c) humus soil (d) sandy soil

There are _____ types of soil (a) (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 7

The following are examples of nutrients needed by plant in large quantity except _____
(a) nitrogen (b) potassium (c) zinc (d) phosphorus

We deserve our food to prevent _____ from entering it (a) germs (b) air (c) water (d) smoke

Which of the following is an example of preserved food items
(a) tubers (b) cooked rice (c) bottled drink (d) grain

The best soil for planting is ____ (a) loamy soil (b) clayey soil (c) humus soil (d) sandy soil

All the following are ways of maintaining soil fertility except ______
(a) bush fallowing (b) manuring (c) bush burning (d) crop rotation

Which of the following food items cannot be preserved using canning methods
(a) juice (b) yam (c) meat (d) milk

The following are properties of sandy soil except _____ (a) it has large particles
(b) it is coarse (c) it can be moulded (d) it has low water holding capacity

The planting of different types of crops on a piece of land in a year after year is known as____ (a) crop rotation (b) bush fallowing (c) afforestation (d) liming

Palm-oil is gotten from the processing of ______
(a) vegetables (b) palm kernel (c) tuber crop (d) groundnuts
Which of these is not a component of the soil (a) air (b) water (c) cloud (d) organic matter


_________ soil is gritty when felt (a) loamy (b) clayey (c) sandy (d) saw dust

Fufu (akpu) is a product of cassava as _________ is a product of maize
(a) pap (b) palm-oil (c) pounded yam (d) eba

Section B: Theory
Define soil?________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention the types of soil
(a) ______________________________ (b) _____________________________
(c) ______________________________

2.) State three ways of maintaining soil fertility
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

b.) List two agricultural activities that can lead to loss of soil fertility
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is food preservation?_____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention six methods of preserving food
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________ (e) ________________________________

What is food processing?______________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) Give four examples of food that may be processed
Food Processed into
__________________________ Can be processed into garri
Maize ___________________________________
__________________________ can be processed into flour
Palm kernel ___________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

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

_______ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife
family (b) marriage (c) courtship (d) dating
There are _______ types of family (a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 7
The following are problems of marriage except _____
(a) infertility (b) infidelity (c) financial problems (d) being honest with each other
The sister of your mother of father is called your _________
(a) aunts (b) uncle (c) niece (d) cousin
A type of marriage whereby a man marries only one wife is called _____ marriage
(a) polygamy (b) monogamy (c) polyandry (d) polygyny
The way of life and customs of people is known as _______
(a) culture (b) marriage (c) family (d) religion
A _______ is a group of people related by blood or marriage
friend (b) community (c) family (d) neighbourhood

Which of these is not a member of a nuclear family (a) father (b) uncle (c) children (d) mother

The _______ is the holy book of the Christians (a) Quran (b) Bible (c) Ifa (d) Storybook
A man who is yet to marry is called a ______ (a) bride (b) groom (c) bachelor (d) spinster
In Nigeria, there are basically _______ types of religions (a) two (b) three (c) five (d) four
The grandparent of the husband are referred to _________ grandparent
(a) paternal (b) maternal (c) fathernal (d) mothernal
The children of my aunt or uncle are my _____ (a) cousins (b) nephew (c) nieces (d) in-laws
There are over ___________ different cultural groups (a) 200 (b) 3 (c) 50 (d) 100
The legal joining together of man and woman in the court of law is known as ______
Christian (b) customary (c) Islamic (d) bride
A ______ is a woman who is yet to marry (a) groom (b) bride (c) spinster (d) bachelor
The period when a man and a woman get to know each other very well before marriage is known as ______ (a) wedding (b) marriage (c) courtship (d) introduction

Sango, Obatala, Ogun are three various names _____ worshippers call God
Christians (b) pagans (c) Traditional (d) Muslims
In western countries, men traditionally wear a _____ and _____
shirt/trouser (b) buba/sokoto (c) blouse/wrapper (d) babanriga
In a family, the _____ provides the family need while _____ types care of the children and home (a) father/mother (b) mother/aunt (c) mother/father (d) uncle/father



Section B
What is marriage? ___________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention three problems of marriage
(a) ______________________________ (b) _______________________________
(c) ______________________________

Define culture?______________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) List three elements of culture
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

What is family? _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
Explain the following members of the family
Uncle: __________________________________________________________________
Cousin: _________________________________________________________________
Nephew: ________________________________________________________________

Complete the following table
Religions Place of Worship Believe in whom
Christianity __________________________ _________________________
______________________ __________________________ Allah
Traditional worshippers __________________________ gods of iron, thunder etc


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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

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

Write 5406932 in words.
(a) five million, four hundred and six thousand, nine hundred and thirty-two (b) five hundred and forty thousand, six nine hundred and thirty-two (c) fifty-four million, six thousand, nine hundred and thirty-two

Express 53/7 as an improper fraction. (a) 15/7 (b) 38/7 (c) 22/7 (d) 26/17

Write 1245 in Roman numerals (a) CCXLV (b) MCCXLV (c) CMCCLXV (d) MCCLXV

What is the place value of 7 in 3720085?
hundreds of thousand (b) Thousands (c) millions (d) tens of thousand

Reduce 30/90 to its lowest term (a) 3/9 (b) 1/3 (c) 10/30 (d) 15/45

What is the sum of the place value of 3 in 239481 and 7 in 5407262
73000 (b) 7300 (c) 37000 (d) 3700

Add up the following: 159, 618432, 12, 7503
1368903 (b) 616106 (c) 625935 (d) 626106

Change 43/4 to a mixed fraction. (a) 4¾ (b) 10¾ (c) 40¾ (d) 10¼

Re-arrange these numbers in ascending order: 125632, 432187, 63444, 99821, 107634
(a) 63444, 99821, 107634, 125632, 432187 (b) 63444, 107634, 125632, 432187, 99821
(c) 432187, 125632, 107634, 99821, 63444 (d) 432187, 107634, 125632, 63444, 99821

Subtract 55/12 from 92/3 (a) 147/9 (b) 4¼ (c) 147/15 (d) 43/9
Take away 287,645 from 1,000,000 (a) 721535 (b) 712355 (c) 1287645 (d) 612355
Express 40 as a product of its prime factor
2 x 2 x 2 x 5 (b) 2 x 3 x 5 (c) 2 x 2 x 5 (d) 2 x 2 x 2 x 2

What is the LCM of 12 and 18 (a) 2 (b) 36 (c) 40 (d) 6
The H.C.F of 24 and 40 is ____ (a) 8 (b) 2 (c) 4 (d) 12
Which of the following are factors of 24
(a) 1,2,3,12,24 (b) 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24 (c) 1,3,4,6,12,24 (d) 1,2,6,12,24
A ________ is a number that can divide another number without a remainder
(a) prime number (b) factor (c) odd number (d) even number
Write in figure: Seventeen million, fifty four thousand, three hundred and six
(a) 17,000,543,006 (b) 17,543,006 (c) 17, 054,306 (d) 175436

What is the value of the equivalent fraction? 5/6 = /36.
11 (b) 30 (c) 1 (d) 6


Which of these groups of fractions is arranged in ascending order:
4/7, 1/7, 6/7, 3/7 (b) 6/7, 4/7, 3/7, 1/7 (c) 1/7, 3/7, 4/7, 6/7 (d) 3/7, 6/7, 1/7, 4/7

Which of these fractions has the same value as 5/7
5 x 2 (b) 5 – 2 (c) 5 + 2 (d) 4 + 1
7 x 2 7 – 2 7 + 2 11 – 3

Section B (Answer any five questions)
Write 248,917 in words
b.) The place value of 7 in the following numbers?
(i) 79633 = ___________________________________
(ii) 2794615 = ________________________________
(iii) 65703 = _________________________________

Simplify the following leaving your answer in roman numerals
LXXV + XCII =
XC – XL =
XXX ÷ V =

Express 36 as a product of its prime factor
b.) Find the L.C.M of 9, 12 and 18

Calculate the H.C.F of 24 and 30
b.) Simplify 64/5 – 31/6
Arrange these groups of fraction in ascending order 1/3, 1/7, 1/5, 1/6
b.) Simplify 25/21 + 31/7
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

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

Section A: Number Series
Samples: Fill in the missing numbers




1.) (2.) (3.)



4.) (5.)




Section B: Common Differences
Samples:




6.) (7.) (8.) (9.) (10.)





Section C: Common Ratio
Sample:


11.) (12.) (13.)





14.) (15.)






Section D: Letter Series
Sample:







A Z B Y (18.) AZ BY CX DW


A D J P (19.) Z V J E


20.) ABC EFG HIJ QRS

Section E: Coding and Decoding





Samples:




21.) (22.) (23.)





24.) (25.)



Section F: Symbol Series
Samples:

26.) __________________________________

27.) __________________________________

28.) __________________________________

29.) __________________________________

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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

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

_______ is the condition of the atmosphere of a particular area at a given period of time
climate (b) weather (c) sunny (d) cloudy
Which of the following is a temporary change?
water – ice (b) wood – ashes (c) seedlings – young plant (d) egg – adult ( imago)
Changes in plants are permanent (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe (d) I don't know
_________ is what happens when something passes from one form to another
choice (b) change (c) chance (d) charge

The unit of temperature is measured and recorded in ______
(a) meters (b) degrees (c) kilograms (d) seconds

A weather experts is referred to as a ______
mechanic (b) meteorologist (c) radiologist (d) cardiologist

The instrument used for measuring wind direction is known as ____
(a) barometer (b) wind vane (c) thermometer (d) anemometer

In safety rules, red colour signifies (a) danger (b) royalty (c) wealth (d) love
Tape rule, meter rule, ruler are instrument for measuring _____
volume (b) time (c) length (d) weight
The following are instruments used in measuring time except _____
(a) bathroom scale (b) stop watch (c) wrist watch (d) table clock
How many colours has a rainbow (a) 5 (b) 7 (c) 3 (d) 2
The weather symbols below signifies ___________ and _________
cloudy/lighting (b) rainy/sunny (c) hot/sunny (d) lightning/rainy
(ii)




Red, yellow and blue are examples of _______ colour
primary (b) secondary (c) nursery (d) tertiary

The unit of length is ______ (a) metres (b) litres (c) seconds (d) grammes
Which of the following insects undergoes incomplete metamorphosis
(a) cockroach (b) housefly (c) mosquito (d) butterfly
The instrument used to measure the temperature of a particular place or person is known as _____ (a) barometer (b) thermometer (c) anemometer (d) hygrometer

Yellow + Blue = _________ (a) green (b) purple (c) orange (d) indigo



Which of the following animals changes its skin colour for protection
(a) bird (b) lizard (c) chameleon (d) toad

Which of the following represents the complete metamorphosis in the life cycle of an insect (a) egg – nymph – adult (b) egg – adult (c) egg – larva – pupa – adult
(d) egg – larva – adult

An adult insect is divided into ______ main parts (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 7

Section B (Answer all questions)
What is weather? ____________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
b.) List the five factors that affect weather
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________
Define change?______________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention two types of change?
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

State one animals that performs the following
Animals that shed its skin is ___________________________
Animals that changes its colour is ______________________________
Animals that changes due to old age is ____________________________
b.) Mention two changes in both plants and animals
Plants Animals



State the units of measurement of
Length = ________________________
Volume = ________________________
Time = __________________________
Area = __________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 4 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:………………………………………………………………………………...
________ are the accepted standards or moral conduct by which members of a society live and relate with one another (a) politics (b) science (c) values (d) games

Our values guide our behavior (a) no (b) yes (c) yes and no (d) it is never done
We have _________ and ________ values (a) marriage and customs (b) wrong and good (c) positive and negative (d) constituted and authority

Examples of positive values are ________ and ________
(a) abusing elders and fighting in the neighbourhood (b) respect of human life and
constituted authority (c) laziness and idleness (d) pride and greed


Listening to their people's view or opinions will make us ________ their views
against (b) adore (c) language (d) respect

The two main ways of respecting other peoples view are ______ and ________
(a) by shouting and cursing (b) in words and action
(c) by war and fighting (d) by law and order

We must respect other people's views, beliefs and traditions because of the following except_______ (a) it makes people to feel safe and happy (b) it helps people to learn from each other (c) It makes people to fight one another (d) it makes for progress in the society

_________ means the freedom and legal right one has to be a member of a nation
court wedding (b) political party (c) citizenship (d) international passport

These are the ways to acquire citizenship except _____
by birth (b) by naturalization (c) by political party (d) by descent

_______ is a common feeling of shared values by a group of people
nepotism (b) capitalism (c) coummunalism (d) feudalism

The attributes of communalism are the following except _____
togetherness (b) love (c) co-operation (d) hatred

The third tier of government is called ________
(a) house of representative (b) local government (c) state government (d) federal government
Local government is important to the people because they provide the following services except (a) spreading bribery and corruption (b) bringing government near to local people
(c) takes care of town planning (d) promote the culture of the people

There are ___________ local government areas in Nigeria (a) 500 (b) 677 (c) 774 (d) 866
The head of the local government is called ______
councilor (b) a judge (c) chairman (d) a doctor

The state government is the _______________ level of government in Nigeria
(a) first (b) fourth (c) third (d) second
The state government is headed by a __________
senator (b) chairman (c) governor (d) president

These are not the responsibilities of the parents to their children except _____
(a) sending their children to slavery (b) sending their children to war front
(c) provision of shelter (d) beating their children everyday

These are responsibilities of children to their parents except _____
(a) stealing their parents money (b) selling their parents properties
(c) running errand for their parents (d) abusing their parents anyhow

________ is a person who is not born a citizen of a state.
(a) a citizen (b) a child (c) a foreigner (d) a Londoner

Theory: Answer all questions in this section. All question carry equal marks
What are values? ____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) ______________________ and __________________________ are two types of values

Mention four positive values that can promote a society
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
b.) Mention four negative values that cannot promote a society
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

__________________ and __________________ are two ways of respecting other peoples views, beliefs and traditions
b.) Mention at least two reasons we must respect other people's views, beliefs and traditions
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

List four ways of acquiring citizenship in Nigeria
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
b.) List four attributes of communalism
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

List two responsibilities of the parents to their children
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) List two responsibilities of the children to their parents
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

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/CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE

Instructions: Answer all questions in your test and assignment notebook.
a. Define Service?                                                                                                                    2 marks
b. Mention any FOUR biblical characters that rendered faithful services to their community.
                                                                                                                                               4 marks                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
c. Mention any FOUR outstanding women who made similar contributions towards the development of their respective countries in West Africa.  4 marks                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
d. Mention any FOUR areas that quality services have been neglected in your country.   4 marks                                                                                                                                                                             
e. Explain any SIX consequences of non- performance of obligations.                                6 marks
                                                                                                                                      Total =   20 marks. 



                                                                                                  


C. BUSINESS STUDIES/MATHEMATICS.
Instruction:
Answer number 1 in your Business Studies Test and Assignment note and number 2 on a plain paper.

1. a) What are  miscellaneous costs                                                      1 mark                                           
    b)   Highlight four ways a business man/woman can follow a budget strictly. 4 marks                                                                     
    c)    Explain five benefits of budgeting   to a Business man/woman.                  5 marks
                                                             
2. The table below shows the budget estimation of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Authority for 2019.

ITEMS AMOUNT (MILLIONS) ANGLE OF SECTOR.
AGRICULTURE       70
EDUCATION.        110
HEALTH                60
WATER SUPPLY         30
TRANSPORTATION 80
OTHERS                         50
TOTAL

a. Copy and complete the table above.                                                           6 marks
 b. Represent this budget in a pie chart.                                                          4 marks
                                                                                                                   Total: 20 marks



       

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 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/CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE Instructions: Answer all questions in your test and assignment notebook. a. Define Service? 2 marks b. Mention any FOUR biblical characters that rendered faithful services to their community. 4 marks c. Mention any FOUR outstanding women who made similar contributions towards the development of their respective countries in West Africa. 4 marks d. Mention any FOUR areas that quality services have been neglected in your country. 4 marks e. Explain any SIX consequences of non- performance of obligations. 6 marks Total = 20 marks. C. BUSINESS STUDIES/MATHEMATICS. Instruction: Answer number 1 in your Business Studies Test and Assignment note and number 2 on a plain paper. 1. a) What are miscellaneous costs 1 mark b) Highlight four ways a business man/woman can follow a budget strictly. 4 marks c) Explain five benefits of budgeting to a Business man/woman. 5 marks 2. The table below shows the budget estimation of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Authority for 2019. ITEMS AMOUNT (MILLIONS) ANGLE OF SECTOR. AGRICULTURE 70 EDUCATION 110 HEALTH 60 WATER SUPPLY 30 TRANSPORTATION 80 OTHERS 50 TOTAL a. Copy and complete the table above. 6 marks b. Represent this budget in a pie chart. 4 marks Total: 20 marks

Life Skills

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, living in the wild (camping)
5. Learn a computer programming language (lots exist), or basic robotics..
6. Join social clubs where they can do things like debating
7. Read a new book every week and discuss the book and its characters with you.
8. Try backyard gardening
9. Learn a skill or craft like pottery, molding, or if they can, 3D graphics and animations....
10. Learn a cooking craft like cake decoration, ice cream making, chocolate making, etc

All I'm saying is this, the future is way bigger than the SHS curriculum. How you train them now and equip them for this competitive world should be more than just chewing pouring passing and forgetting.

Holiday classes with the same old might not cut it. Open the mid of your children to the wide wide world...

And limit their time with the XBox and Playstation.

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

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 telling some of her friends in the village that she was leaving for Nsukka the next day. Her friends were happy for her, though they envied her.

Pick the right answer from the options
Who called Chika? (a) A friend from the town (b) His brother from the town
(c) Someone from the town (d) Some people from the town
Why did the man call him? (a) To ask him if he will go to market (b) To ask him if his yams are still available (c) To ask him if Ngozi has gone to school (d) To check on him

What was Chika selling? (a) He was selling cocoyam (b) He was selling porridge
(c) He was selling potato (d) He was selling yam
What was the relationship between Chika and Ngozi (a) They were friends
(b) They were couples (c) They were relatives (d) They were twins
Where was Ngozi's school? (a) Her school was at Nsukka (b) Her school was at Nnewi
(c) Her school was at Enugu (d) Her school was at Abuja

Section B: Grammar:
Choose the correct answer from option A – D
She is around. (a) didn't she? Yes, she did (b) Isn't she? Yes, she is
(c) don't she? No, she don't (d) doesn't she? Yes, she does
You won't tell them (a) would you? No, I wouldn't (b) shall you? No, I shalln't
(c) do you? Yes, you don't (d) will you? No, I won't
We love them (a) don't we? Yes, we do (b) do they? No, they don't
(c) aren't we? Yes, we are (d) are them? No, they aren't


'I can drive,' Dele said; Dele said that:
(a) he will drive (b) he can drive (c) he could drive (d) he is a driver
'Can you ride a bicycle'? he asked him. He asked him that (a) if he could ride a bicycle
(b) if he rides bicycle (c) if the bicycle is for him (d) if he will ride a bicycle
'I am hungry', Dada said. Dada said that _____
(a) he will eat because his hungry (b) he is hungry (c) he was thirsty (d) he was hungry
How old are you? The man asked the boy. The man asked the boy that _____
(a) how old is he (b) how old he was (c) what is his age (d) how old they are

Underline the verbs in the following sentences
Lagos is the center of excellence
Their crops were destroyed by the storm
The baby was crying all the time
We will visit our father next week.

Underline the pronouns in the following sentences
Many are called but few are chosen
We saw it hiding in a hole
I gave them an umbrella
Anybody could have taken it

Section C: Literature
The Wheel of Success (Chapter Two)
Who walked to the centre of the assembly after the national pledge was recited?
(a) The English teacher (b) the secretary (c) The headboy (d) the head teacher
What did the head teacher speak to them about? (a) To stop coming to school late
(b) to dress neatly to school (c) to brush their teeth (d) To put on brown sandal to school
Who paid the teacher a visit in school?
(a) Ikenna's father (b) Ikenna's mother (c) Ikenna's uncle (d) Ikenna's brother
What was Nwadike's reason for not paying Ikenna's fees? (a) He took another wife
(b) His house was destroyed (c) He lost his job (d) it was too expensive
What did Ikenna ask his father to buy for him?
(a) a loaf of bread (b) a plate of rice (c) snacks (d) candy

Section D: Composition
In not more than fifteen lines write about yourself and your school
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS



FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A:
One of the following is not an agent of soil formation
(a) temperature (b) pollution (c) man (d) rainfall
____________ is the breaking down of rocks into smaller pieces to form soil
(a) wind (b) weather (c) pressure (d) weathering
Which of the following is not a tuber crop (a) cocoa (b) yam (c) cassava (d) cocoyam
The animals that are kept by man on the farm for their products or by products are called ___
domestic animals (b) plant animals (c) farm animals (d) animal farm

Farm animals are also refer to as
(a) live stock (b) live animals (c) stock animals (d) livestroke

The classification of farm animals is based on the following except ______
(a) habitat (b) uses (c) feeding (d) sleeping
Land clearing and stumping are parts of processes involve in growing maize
(a) false (b) true (c) none of the above (d) all of the above

_______________ is the removal of big roots or stumps with pick axe.
(a) thinking (b) weeding (c) stumping (d) planting

Millet and wheat are examples of _______ crops (a) tuber (b) vegetable (c) fruit (d) cereal

Crops that are grown directly on the field without being raised in the nursery are called _____ (a) farm crops (b) nursery crops (c) land crops (d) field crops

___________ is the removal of unwanted plants from the farm
(a) weeding (b) clearing (c) stumping (d) moulding
The process of rearing animals in a proper way for good growth and production is known as _______ (a) animal husband (b) animal farm (c) animal husbandry (d) animal bandry

Which of the following is not a requirement for livestock management
(a) famine (b) clean environment (c) housing (d) feeding
A specialist trained to take care of; and treat farm animals is called _____
(a) dentist (b) oculist (c) veterinarian (d) doctor
The specific needs for young animals include the following except _______
(a) dirty environment (b) clean water (c) adequate medication (d) balanced diet
Cattle are given minerals in form of _____ (a) brooding (b) pasture (c) pellets (d) salt lick
The process of removing excess seedling of maize per stand is called ____
weeding (b) stumping (c) thinning (d) supplying


The stage at which young animals stop sucking breast milk from their mothers is called ____ (a) brooding (b) weaning (c) mash (d) broiler

________ is the process of re-planting maize where they failed to germinate
(a) cropping (b) supplying (c) stumping (d) planting
The process which involves the rearing of animals and planting of crops is known as _____ (a) agriculture (b) poultry (c) fishing (d) forestry

Section B: Answer all questions
Define stumping_____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) State any two processes involved in growing maize
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is weathering?__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Mention any two agents of soil formation
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Explain farm animals ________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) List any two requirements for livestock management
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is supplying? __________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Explain thinning _____________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________

Define animal husbandry _____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

Give any two specific needs for young animals
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A:
The cooking of food in a pot with enough water is ________
frying (b) boiling (c) roasting (d) smoking

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

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

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

Moimoi can be cooked by (a) frying (b) steaming (c) boiling (d) roasting

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

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

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

Perishable foods easily ____ (a) cooks (b) get spoilt (c) finish (d) last long

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

An example of food that can be boiled is _____ (a) akara (b) puff puff (c) cake (d) rice
____ are materials that we can use to cover the surfaces within the home
(a) carpet (b) rug (c) floor covering (d) surfaces
A place where food is prepared is the ____ (a) verandah (b) parlour (c) kitchen (d) store
Mud, cement, terrazzo, tile, wood are examples of _____
(a) floor covering (b) ground (c) floor (d) surface
The reasons for keeping surfaces clean include the following except _____
(a) to remove dirts (b) to prevent germs
(c) to make surface slippery occur (d) to make the surfaces look attractive
Vegetable can be in the form of ________ and ________
(a) root and leaves (b) tuber and grain (c) legume and cereal (d) fish and meat
Home-made polish can be used to clean our furnitures
(a) True (b) False (c) none of the above (d) all of the above
In the preparation of home-made polish, the following materials are used except _____
(a) candle wax (b) soap (c) water (d) kerosene
Visitors are hosted in the ______ (a) living room (b) passage (c) bedroom (d) kitchen

We throw our dirts in the _____ (a) dustbin (b) ward robe (c) nylon (d) bag

Section B: Answer all questions
List five materials that can be used to clean in the home
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________
b.) Mention three types of floor covering
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________

Itemize five things that can be found in the kitchen
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

b.) Make a neat sketch (drawing) of two of the things found in the kitchen




3.) Mention three foods that can be boiled
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________
b.) Mention two foods that can be fried
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is food? ____________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
b.) List five types of food you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

State three reasons for cleaning surfaces
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________

What is a surface ___________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A:
A house built with muds and raffias as the roof is an example of __________
(a) traditional house (b) common house (c) modern house (d) completed house
Quality of services provided by government to the people include, except
accountability (b) bribery (c) openness (d) transparency
A ____________ is a physical structure with a roof, doors and windows
(a) village (b) structure (c) house (d) vehicle

Government can support their citizens by providing ______
(a) national assembly (b) lotto spot (c) unemployment (d) employment opportunity
Which of the following is not part of governments main services to their people
(a) provision of ammunitions for criminals (b) provision of social amenities
(c) maintenance of law and order (d) provision of jobs for people

The disadvantages of bad leadership include the following except _____
(a) loss of life and property (b) poor health (c) honesty (d) insecurity
Leadership means (a) to lead in a race (b) to be the leader in a fighting competition (c) leaders of the ring (d) the office or position which directs and guides other people to do things

Which of the following is not a value in house construction
Skill (b) hardwork (c) quality (d) laziness
The ideas and beliefs which guides people's decisions and actions are called ____
(a) values (b) government (c) politics (d) profits
_____________ is the process of building or erecting a house
road construction (b) house construction (c) construction (d) bridge construction

Payment of taxes and rates are duties and responsibilities of citizens
(a) True (b) False (c) None of the above (d) all of the above
Which of the following is not a right that citizens enjoy
(a) right to property (b) right to life (c) freedom of movement (d) right to steal
There are two types of disasters, name them (a) fake and original disasters (b) compound and component disasters (c) road and rail disasters (d) natural and unnatural disasters

________ enables us to know and understand the activities of government and rights of citizens (a) civic education (b) civic center (c) civil servant (d) civic House

Pick one from the options below, which is not a component of civic education
(a) marriage component (b) legal component (c) social component (d) political component

The following are causes of natural disasters except one
(a) climate change (b) lack of rainfall (c) heavy rains (d) planting of trees




The showing of support or allegiance to a person or an institution is called _____
(a) loyalty (b) honesty (c) corruption (d) culture
The colours on the Nigerian flag is ______ (a) white and blue (b) white and green (c) green and blue (d) green and lemon green

One of the following is not an evidence of loyalty
arrogance (b) respect (c) good representation (d) obedience
The consequences of disloyalty include the following except _____
(a) failure (b) external enemies (c) corruption (d) success

Section B: Answer all questions
What is a house _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) State the two types of house
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Define loyalty ______________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) Outline any two evidences of loyalty
(a) _______________________________________________________________________
(b) _______________________________________________________________________

What is leadership? __________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) List two disadvantages of bad leadership
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Mention two government's main services
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

b.) State two qualities of government's main services
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

_________________________ is the incumbent president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria

b.) Outline two consequences of disloyalty
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Section A:
The quality of an entrepreneur that requires one not give up on the business, no matter the situation is called ______ (a) self starter (b) determination (c) passion (d) creativity

___________ is the ability and willingness to develop, organize and manage a business venture with all the risks involved in order to make profit (a) entertainer (b) manager
(c) entrepreneurship (d) entreneur

The craft of making things out of metal in a skillful manner is called ____
(a) paper work (b) aluminium work (c) metal work (d) wood work
Which of the following is not a quality of an entrepreneur
(a) laziness (b) passion (c) determination (d) discipline

The scientific study of the structure and properties of metal and their uses is known as
(a) weldering (b) carbonation (c) casting (d) metallurgy
The workplace of a blacksmith is called ______ (a) studio (b) forge (c) shop (d) surge

The act of cleaning with water and other washing agents such as soap or detergent is known place (a) launder (b) Laundromat (c) laundry (d) workplace

___________ is a place where self-service laundry takes place
(a) launder (b) laundromart (c) laundry (d) workplace

Where a sculptor work is called ______ (a) shop (b) studio (c) forge (d) office
Which of the following tools is not used in Laundry cleaning
(a) bleach (b) drying rack (c) menu jack (d) stain remover

Carving, modeling, casting and assembling are categories on which sculptor is based on
(a) true (b) false (c) none of the above (d) all of the above
The art of carving or engraving a hard material so as to produce designs, figures or shapes is called _____ (a) marlbework (b) sculptor (c) modeling (d) sculpture

Someone who cooks professionally especially in a restaurant is called ____
(a) chef (b) cooker (c) caterer (d) food seller
A person who caters or provides food services for an event or customer is known as ____
(a) buffet (b) servant (c) caterer (d) catering

At a restaurant the list of dishes available is known as ____
(a) dishes book (b) menu (c) food (d) meal book

_____ is a tropical fruit with large shell (a) calabash (b) coconut (c) watermelon (d) potato

Which among the following is calabash not used for?
(a) musical instrument (b) plates (c) shoes (d) jugs




The following machines are used in palm oil processing except _____
(a) palmnut cracker (b) incubator (c) digester (d) oil filter
Which operation is used to release fluid palm oil using applied pressure on ruptured cellular contents (a) mesh pressing (b) fruit digestion (c) oil purification (d) oil filter

The purest form of clay is called ___ (a) kaolin (b) earthen ware (c) clay soil (d) stone ware

Section B
Define calabash? ____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) State two things calabash can be used for
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is entrepreneurship? _____________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) State two qualities of an entrepreneur
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is sculpture? ___________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention any two processes to which sculpture is categorized
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Metallurgy means ____________________________________________________________
b.) Explain metal work___________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Who is a caterer? _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Outline any four tools used by a caterer
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Part A:
Examples:



1.) (2.) (3.)





4.) (5.)






Part B: Which can be formed from the words in capital letters
Example: _ SNAKE A B C D
Key say net sea
CHICKENS A B C D
nurse help chick son
RELATIONS A B C D
neat rigging soul table
SOLDIER A B C D
sack idle orange rug
POLITICAL A B C D
call tidy picture leap
KITCHEN A B C D
itch keg neat six

Part C: Example: ABC DEF GHI
PQR STU ______________
DEF GHI ______________
NOP QRS _______________
FGH IJK _______________
LMN OPQ _______________

Part D: Example: greet bank pastor duck
Bank duck greet pastor

Protein milk carrot eggs
____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
Brother school lorry mother
____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
storey mouth house floor
____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
disease minerals butter cabbage
____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
travel watch motorists riverine
____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

Part E: Choose a word in the bracket that rhymes with the word in capital
Example: SPEEDILY (joyfully, sadden)
HAPPILY (easiest, easily)
PERISHABLE (able, sing)
HING (hunt, ping)
PRIMARY (marry, riddle)
NOTICE (proof, novice)
RESPIRATORY (laboratory, sickle)

Part F: Write a word that rhymes with the definition given
Example: LINE (to eat dinner) dine
REAP (opposite of shallow) ________________
COBBLE (twice as much) ________________
CAST (gone by) ________________
THICK (a baby chicken) ________________
ROUGH (difficult) ________________
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
A group of people related by blood, marriage or adoption is called ___
marriage (b) relation (c) family (d) community

The total way of life of belief of a particular people is known as ______
(a) culture (b) family (c) institution (d) friend

The legal agreement between a man and a woman to become husband and wife is ______
(a) family (b) culture (c) engagement (d) marriage
The first world war took place between _______ and ______
(a) 1914 and 1918 (b) 1941 and 1981 (c) 1939 and 1980 (d) 1960 and 1962
Nigeria has over ________ ethnic groups (a) 254 (b) 2330 (c) 420 (d) 250
_____________ is important because we raise family through it
(a) custom (b) marriage (c) marry (d) culture
HIV causes ____________ (a) STIs (b) STDs (c) AIDS (d) DSTV

The following are examples of diseases that can be passed on through sexual intercourse except ____ (a) Malaria (b) Gonorhea (c) HIV (d) Herpes

________ is when a girl runs away with a man without the approval of marriage from her parents (a) wife inheritance (b) wife swapping (c) elopement (d) divorce

One of these countries did not participate in the world war
(a) U.A.E (b) U.S.A (c) Germany (d) Russia
Which of the following is not a major religion in Nigeria
(a) Islam (b) Christianity (c) Buddhism (d) Traditional
The UN is also known as _____ (a) United North (b) United Nigeria (c) United Nepa (d) United Nations

The UN is made up of _______ countries (a) 190 (b) 191 (c) 192 (d) 193
Foreign policies are meant to _____ a country's economic interest
Promote (b) destroy (c) pretend (d) neglect

One of the responsibilities of parents is to _____
(a) steal (b) kill (c) abuse someone (d) pay our school fees

The state of being a parent is _____ (a) parenthood (b) president (c) marriage (d) love

The highest and supreme organ of the AU is the ________
(a) president (b) parliament (c) Assembly (d) Senate President
Nigeria has __________ states (a) 33 (b) 36 (c) 34 (d) 32


When did Nigeria become an independent state (a) 1960 (b) 1962 (c) 1961 (d) 1860
Which of the following is not an essential service provided by the government for the people (a) employment (b) schools (c) breakfast (d) health care service

Section B
Define a family _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) State the types of family
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Elopement means ___________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

b.) Explain same sex marriage? ___________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

State four countries involved in the world war
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

b.) The first world war took place between _________________ and ____________________

State the full meaning of the following acronym
HIV __________________________________________________________________
AIDS __________________________________________________________________
STI ____________________________________________________________________
UN ____________________________________________________________________

b.) Complete this table
Religion Place of worship Book of worship
Islam __________________________ _______________________
Christianity __________________________ _______________________
Traditional __________________________ _______________________




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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Living and non-living things make up the ___ (a) family (b) parent (c) environment (d) school
___________ are substances that are capable of contaminating the environments
(a) partition (b) fossils (c) pollutants (d) hazards

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) sun (d) moon

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

The common cause of land pollution is _____ (a) oil (b) refuse (c) faeces (d) water
The process of treating waste materials and substances with the purpose of using them again is called _______ (a) metal (b) management (c) recycling (d) soil

The gaseous portion of the earth is the ______
(a) atmosphere (b) lithosphere (c) barosphere (d) hydrosphere

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

Indiscriminate waste dumping on land can cause _____ (a) air pollution (b) land pollution
(c) noise pollution (d) heat pollution

The main causes of erosion are (a) water and wind (b) sun and moon
(c) star and rain (d) whirlwind and wind

The framework of bones in the body is called _____
(a) skeletal system (b) bone system (c) femur (d) tibia and fibula

The organ for sight is the ____ (a) ear (b) light (c) eye (d) tongue
A place where two or more bones meat is called ___ (a) block (b) fuse (c) joint (d) electric

Environmental ______________ is the act of maintaining balance between human activities and the environment (a) sanitation (b) quality (c) cleanliness (d) dirty

______________ are hard inorganic substances formed by heat or pressure in the earth or by the action of water (a) river (b) mountain (c) rocks (d) valley

The animals that feed on meat or flesh are called ____ animals
Carnivores (b) herbivores (c) omnivores (d) vampires
How many types of erosion do we have? (a) 2 (b) 5 (c) 4 (d) 6
The organ for feeling or touching is _________ (a) skin (b) tongue (c) nose (d) mouth

The organ for taste is _____ (a) eye (b) tongue (c) skin (d) nose
We use ___ to measure our temperature (a) ruler (b) thermometer (c) rainguage (d) barometer


Section B
1.) What is erosion _____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention the types of erosion you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

2.) What is domestic animal _______________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) List four domestic animals you know
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

3.) What is pollution _____________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention the types of pollution
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

4.) Define recycling ____________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
b.) List out four things we can recycle
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________

5.) What is environmental quality ___________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
b.) Mention five materials that can be used to keep the environment clean
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________


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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
The drawing of man-made objects such as table and chair is called _______
(a) still-life drawing (b) nature drawing (c) landscape drawing
The drawing of trees, flowers and fruits etc is called _____
(a) still life drawing (b) nature drawing (c) imaginative drawing (d) life drawing
Landscape drawing involves drawing of _______ (a) school (b) fruit (c) trees (d) animals
The drawing of human beings is called _______
(a) landscape drawing (b) life drawing (c) nature drawing (d) imaginative drawing
Art is divided into two types namely _________ and ________ (a) drama and literature art
(b) visual and creative art (c) painting and graphic art (d) dance and music art
The Nigeria flag has how many colours _______ (a) four (b) two (c) nine (d) one
All are items use for drawing except ________ (a) pencil (b) eraser (c) paint (d) spoon
We study art in the ______ (a) home (b) university (c) toilet (d) church
Artist earn huge amount of money in their profession
(a) yes (b) no (c) none of the above (d) all of the above
A colour is a __________ (a) pencil (b) biro (c) pigment substance (d) paint
The three primary colours are _______, _______ and _______ (a) orange, purple and green (b) red, yellow and blue (c) green, white and orange (d) yellow, black and brown

The colour on Nigeria flag are (a) yellow, white and blue (b) green, white and green (c) green and white only (d) white and black only

A rainbow has ______ colours (a) three (b) four (c) five (d) seven
The sky is _____ in colour (a) white (b) blue (c) green (d) purple
We shade with _______ on drawing book (a) biro (b) pencil (c) crayon (d) eraser
Section B:
What is fine art? ______________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

Mention the two branches of art
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Life drawing is the drawing of _________________________________________________
Draw and colour a cup
Draw and shade a pot
ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL
(NURSERY & PRIMARY)
15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
God created and also wants us to _____ (a) create (b) destroy (c) push (d) pull down
On the second day God created _______ (a) the moon (b) the sea (c) the animals (d) the sky
One of the following is not created by God (a) sun (b) moon (c) house (d) water
An example of what god created are the following except ____
(a) door (b) man (c) water (d) animals
Who did God save from the Den of lions?
(a) Shedrack (b) Meshach (c) Abednego (d) Daniel

God saved the three Hebrew children from ______ (a) drowning (b) fire (c) water (d) pepper
God finished all his work of creation on the _____ day (a)seventh (b) fifth (c) fourth (d) sixth
God saved the children of Israel at the crossing of the ____ (a) ocean (b) river (c) sea (d) road
The duties that are part of a Jacob is called ____ (a) work (b) talent (c) responsibility (d) trade
God created man in his own _______ (a) way (b) photo (c) wisdom (d) image
The seventh day is also regarded as the ________ day
(a) Sabbath (b) Tuesday (c) market day (d) singing
At a wedding in Cana, Jesus turned water to _____ (a) whisky (b) brandy (c) butter (d) wine
David was a small boy who killed _______ (a) Satan (b) Goliath (c) Ramses (d) cow
God provided _____ and _______ for the Israelites in the desert (a) bread and butter
manna and quails (c) manual and quays (d) bread and fishes

What did God create on the first day (a) heaven and earth (b) day and night
(c) trees and gardens (d) men and women
Who did God create in His own image (a) moon (b) sea (c) animals (d) man
God want us to be _______ (a) lazy (b) proud (c) thieves (d) hardworking
The Sabbath day is meant to be kept ____ (a) Holy (b) dirty (c) ungrateful (d) shallow
The things that God provides for us are the following except ______
(a) air (b) trees (c) good health (d) trouble
Before God started his work of creation, the earth was _______
(a) full (b) empty (c) fine (d) beautiful




Section B
List five types of work that people can do
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

b.) Why should we work? ________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________

List ten things that are created by man
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________ (f) ________________________________
(g) ________________________________ (h) ________________________________
(i) ________________________________ (j) ________________________________

Mention five things that are created by God
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

b.) List five things God provide for us
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ________________________________

Mention three people God delivered in the bible
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________

b.) God saved _______________ from being used as a sacrifice
What did God do on the 6th an d7th day
(a) ________________________________________________________________
(b) ________________________________________________________________

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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Objective Test: Choose the correct answer
Fill the gaps 19723, 19823, 19923, ________, ________ (a) 20023, 20123
(b) 2023, 2123 (c) 2000123, 20123 (d) 20923, 21123

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

Write eight million four hundred and sixty-five thousand, eight hundred and forty six (a) 840,065,846 (b) 8,465,846 (c) 80,465,846 (d) 84,065,846

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

46% means ________ out of a hundred or too (a) 100 (b) 46 (c) 500 (d) 54

Ade and Simbi share 50 oranges in the ratio of 2:3. What is Simbi's share?
20 (b) 30 (c) 40 (d) 50

Express 60 as a fraction of 100 in lowest term (a) 3/5 (b) 2/5 (c) 4/5 (d) 6/5

Find 90% of 720 (a) 810 (b) 700 (c) 648 (d) 630

The H.C.F. of 25 and 35 is (a) 7 (b) 10 (c) 3 (d) 5
Calculate the L.C.M of 12 and 15 (a) 36 (b) 60 (c) 24 (d) 18
Express 25k as a ratio of N2 in lowest term (a) 4:5 (b) 4:10 (c) 2:5 (d) 1:8
If 24 out of 30 pupils in a class are present, what percentages of the pupils are absent? (a) 20% (b) 30% (c) 54% (d) 80%

If x/5 = 15, what is the value of x? (a) 80 (b) 75 (c) 45 (d) 30
Simplify 37/10 + 22/4 = (a) 18/10 (b) 11/4 (c) 15/40 (d) 11/5

What is the square root of 196? (a) 16 (b) 14 (c) 64 (d) 81
Change 0.25 to a fraction in its lowest term (a) 5/25 (b) 2/25 (c) 6/25 (d) 4/25

The square of 20 is ______________ (a) 500 (b) 200 (c) 300 (d) 400

Change 7.17 to fraction (a) 717/1000 (b) 717/10 (c) 717/100 (d) 717/10000

4/10 + 3/100 + 2/1000 is __________ (a) 0.435 (b) 0.432 (c) 0.4 (d) 0.426

Solve 62 + 52 - 42 = (a) 50 (b) 45 (c) 55 (d) 60


Section B
What are the first 5 multiples of 11
b.) Find all the factors of 64
What is the H.C.F of 18, 20 and 40
b.) Find the L.C.M of 10, 20 and 30
Write the prime factors of 120 in index form
b.) write 0.4685 in expanded form

Multiply 595 by 22
b.) What is the sum of 502492 and 98781

Multiply 324 by 3.2
b.) Subtract 5.432 from 62.745



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

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019
CLASS: PRIMARY 5 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………
Answer all questions
Examples: 5,000 C 7,000 C 9,000 2000
70,000 C 80,000 C 90,000 10,000

1.) 2004 C 3004 C _________ 1000
2.) 5000 C ________ C 15,000 5000
3.) 11,000 C 14,000 C _________ 3000
4.) 4800 C 7800 C _________ 3000
5.) 781100 C 787100 C _________ 6000

Examples 18 W 36 W 72 W 144 = 2
½ W ¼ W 1/8 W 1/16 = ½

6.) 4 W 20 W 100 W 500 = (9.) ¼ W 1¼ W 6¼ W 31 ¼ =
7.) 14 W 28 W 56 W 122 = (10.) 1/5 W 3/5 W 14/5 W 52/5 =
8.) 12 W 60 W 300 W 1500 =

Varying Differences
Examples:




11.) (12.) (13.) (14.) (15.)






Multiples Differences and Ratio
Examples:






16.) (17.) (18.) (19.) (20.)





Coding and Decoding
If C H A R C O A L is represented as: 1 2 3 4 1 5 3 6
Examples: R A C + C A R CO x H = 15 x 2 = 30
4 3 1 + 1 3 4 = 565

Now find:
HC ÷ A = (23.) CHA + RCO =
÷ L = 6 (24.) – CAR = 207

Examples:


25.) (26.)

Examples:
27.) (28.)
Examples:




29.) (30.)


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