First Term Examination. 2018 \2019 Academic Year. Basic Six. Mathematics

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                        SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

Answer all the questions
  1. Write 1414041 in words     (a) one billion, fourteen thousand and forty-one
(b) one billion, four hundred and fourteen thousand and forty one  
(c) one million, forty-one and four thousand and forty one

  1. What is the place value of 9 in 19842 (a) 9 thousands (b) 19 thousands (c) 9 thousandths
  2. What fraction of 2 minutes is 6 seconds (a) 1/6     (b) 1/10     (c) 1/20
  3. What is the volume of the box below  (a) (b) 130 (c)
  4. In a certain class in a certain school; the attendance for a week was 43, 40, 45, 42 and 45. What was the average attendance of the class that week (a) 41 (b) 42 (c) 43

  1. If 3 tins of garri cost N225; what is the cost of 5 similar cost  (a) N375 (b) N350 (c) N300
  2. From N35.05, take away N30.99  (a) N500 (b) N416 (c) N400
  3. What is 40% of N5.00 (a) N2 (b) N200 (c) N20
  4. Divide 63.07 by 7  (a) 9.01 (b) 9.1 (c) 8.1
  5. If the percentage of boys in basic 6 in IBBS is 30%, what percentage of the pupils are girls (a) 130% (b) 100% (c) 70%

  1. Write in figure: Five thousand, five hundred and five (a) 5005 (b) 5505 (c) 5055
  2. Multiply 25 by 99 (a) 450 (b) 2475 (c) 2599
  3. Divide 0.081 by 0.9 (a) 0.089 (b) 0.89 (c) 1.814
  4. Express ¾ as a decimal (a) 0.3 (b) 0.4 (c) 0.75
  5. The longest part of a circle is called a __________ (a) circumference (b) diameter (c) choral
  6. Express ¼ as a percentage (a) 40% (b) 25% (c) 10%
  7. Express 2618 in roman figures (a) MMDCXIX (b) MMDCXVIII (c) DCCIX
  8. Circle the one that is not a prime number 2, 3, 5, 7, 9     (a) 2 (b) 7 (c) 9
  9. What number, when it is divided by 2 will give 12 as the quotient? (a) 6 (b) 24 (c) 14
  10. Divide 7005 by 5 (a) 15 (b) 1401 (c) 141

Section B: Show all Workings
  1. What are odd numbers
b.) Add up all the even numbers from 91 to 100
  1. What is the place value of 9 in 1842.379
b.) Multiply the place value of 8 by the place value of 9 in 18493
  1. Write out all factors of 32
b.) Express the prime factors of 36 in index form
  1. Increase 600 by 50%
b.) Decrease 800 by 40%
  1. What decimal of 20k is N1
b.) Express 200cg as a decimal of 4grammes


Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow
Many countries often make efforts to preserve as much of their forest as possible. This is because thick forest protect the soil, water supply and animals.
In addition to keeping our forest, there are other important things to life which we get from the forest reserve. A large number of animals live there. Animals in games reserved are not hunted without government permission. That is one way of making sure that the animals will not be extinguished.
Large amount of fruits, roots and leaves used for food are found in the forest. Many drugs used in the treatment of some diseases are obtained from forest fruits, herbs, trees and roots. Many countries including Nigeria do not want people to destroy their forest because of their usefulness. In most places, it is an offence to enter a reserved forest without the permission of the government officials.

  1. In addition to keeping our forest, there are _________
(a) other important products from the forest    (b) many unimportant products from the forest (c) other many fake fruits from the forest

  1. Animals living the forest reserve are hunted _______
(a) by all citizens (b) without government permission (c) with government permission

  1. Other items found in the forest reserved are ______
  1. time, tree and ocean (b) fruits, roots and leaves (c) meat, bread and oat

  1. Drugs obtained from forest, herbs, trees and roots are _____
  1. sold to hospital (b) exported (c) used in the treatment of some diseases

  1. In some places, government officials have to give permission before you can _____
(a) live in the forest reserve (b) enter forest reserve (c) sing inside the forest reserve

Part B:
Write out the synonym of the underlined word
  1. The function of a teacher is to enlighten his pupils (a) right (b) duty (c) purpose
  2. More and more people are becoming literate these days
(a) wise (b) illiterate (c) knowledgeable
  1. The shooting was not accidental but a deliberate attempt to kill him
(a) reasonable (b) intentional (c) devilish
  1. Don’t yell at me like that, I am your teacher (a) laugh (b) shout (c) look
  2. She is famous for her fine acting in the television (a) pompous (b) well known (c) clever

Part C:
Identify the part of speech that is underlined in each of the following sentences  
  1. Where is my pencil     Ans =
  2. Put the books there     Ans =
  3. These apples are his     Ans =
  4. I am not happy with you     Ans =
  5. I told him not to go out but he refused to listen to me     Ans =

Part D:  
    Singular                          Plural
  1. Lady
  2. Stadium
  3. Hero
  4. Ox
  5. Child

Fill the gaps with the right collective nouns  
  1. A _____________________ of keys
  2. A _____________________ of thieves
  3. A _____________________ of musicians
  4. A _____________________ of cattle
  5. A _____________________ of cotton

Write a composition on “My Mother”


Answer the following questions

Part A: Choose the best right answer from the given alternatives
Grandfather and grandmother, brother and _______      (a) uncle (b) son (c) sister   Ans = sister

  1. King and subject, leader and ___________     (a) chief (b) follower (c) people (d) teacher
  2. Teacher and pupil, lecturer and ______   (a) blackboard (b) student (c) classroom (d) woman
  3. Female and male, daughter and __________ (a) brother (b) uncle (c) son (d) tray
  4. Author and reader, master and _________ (a) chief (b) servant (c) brother (d) doctor
  5. Ugly and beautiful, good and _________ (a) fine (b) bad (c) dirty (d) hate

Part B: Write out the letter that will properly fill the two gaps to complete the spellings
     __lay    (a) o   (b) p   (c) s   (d) n     Ans = option B letter P i.e. people and play
  1. Can__le
            __oor    (a) c   (b) s   (c) d   (d) t

  1. Ora__ge
           __ote        (a) n   (b) p   (c) s   (d) r

  1. Examin__tion
                __pple        (a) n   (b) g   (c) a   (d) m

  1. Pi__ture
        __up        (a) d   (b) t   (c) c   (d) m

  1. Bi__le
          __ook        (a) b   (b) z   (c) d   (d) o

Part C: Circle the word that is not related to the word written in capital letter  
  1. PROFESSION        (a) teacher     (b) musician   (c) football         (d) lawyer
  2. SCHOOL        (a) pen    (b) teacher     (c) blackboard     (d) church

  1. EXAMINATION     (a) candidate       (b) examiner     (c) hall     (d) ball
  2. MARKET        (a) garri       (b) yam         (c) radio     (d) river
  3. ANIMAL        (a) elephant     (b) grasshopper    (c) pig     (d) lion
Part D: Circle the odd one
Sample:        A              B             C              D
        Chief            Oba            Obi            ruler
A              B             C              D
  1.     Coal            Wood            Fuel            Petrol
  2.     Weapon        Gun            Knife            Pistol
  3.     Beans            Grains            Rice            Millet
  4.     Uncle            Parent            Aunt            Relation
  5.     London        Abuja            Accra            Capital
Part E: Study the Sample
(lump, slumps)  (tab, stabs)  (late, ________)   (a) lasts  (b) slates  (c) stale    Ans = B - slates
  1. (children, child) (outward, out) (debtor, ________)     (a) dote  (b) dirt  (c) bet  (d) debt
  2. (report, deport) (reject, deject) (relay, _________)   (a) decay  (b) delay  (c) repay  (d) rely
  3. (meat, team) (read, dear) (deal, ___________)     (a) neat  (b) dale   (c) real  (d) lead
  4. (male, lame) (tale, late) (made, ___________)     (a) dame  (b) mode  (c) dome  (d) diet
  5. (was, saw) (sward, draws) (pool, __________)     (a) loop  (b) loot  (c) tool  (d) fool

Part F: Write out the sounds of the following creatures
  1. A dog _______________________________
  2. A cat ________________________________
  3. A goat _______________________________
  4. A lion _______________________________
  5. An elephant ______________________________

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                        SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

Part A: Objectives
  1. _______________ is a substance that is taken into the body system to affect the function of the body (a) drug (b) value (c) oil

  1. Yam and rice are examples of ______ (a) carbohydrates (b) fat and oils (c) minerals
  2. Which of the following is not a permanent change
(a) burning of paper (b) changing of flower to fruits (c) melting of candle wax
  1. Which of the following animals is an amphibian (a) lizard    (b) snake     (c) toad
  2. Wind vane is used to measure ________ (a) rainfall (b) temperature (c) direction of the wind
  3. Which of these is a synthetic drug ____ (a) plamwine (b) paracetamol (c) bitter leaf
  4. Which of the following is not a simple machine _____ (a) bicycle (b) hammer (c) opener
  5. Which of the following gases is given off by man during respiration
(a) oxygen (b) carbondioxide (c) hydrogen
  1. Which of these is not a sense organ (a) ear (b) eye (c) heart
  2. The removal of waste products from the body of animal is called _____
(a) excretion (b) irritability (c) nutrition
  1. Hinge joint is found at the ______ (a) chest (b) elbow (c) hip
  2. Which of the following is a magnetic material (a) feather (b) paper (c) needle
  3. The boiling point of pure water is _____ degree centigree (a) 37 (b) 100 (c) 237
  4. The third planet in the solar system is the _______ (a) mercury (b) venus (c) earth
  5. Cattle provides us with meat and _______ (a) bones (b) water (c) milk
  6. The union of the male and female gametes of plants is called ______
(a) conjugation (b) fertilization (c) fusion
  1. The force that opposes free movement is known as ______
(a) electrical (b) friction (c) gravitation
  1. The kidneys, lungs and skins are human _______ organs
(a) digestive (b) excretory (c) reproductive
  1. The distance of the earth from the sun is about ________ million kilometer
(a) 150 (b) 250 (c) 350
  1. The earth has ______ cardinal points (a) two (b) three (d) four

Section B:
  1. The sun sets in the _____________________________________________
b.) The sun rises in the _____________________________________________
  1. The _______________________ trade-wind brings harmmattan
b.) The _______________________ trade wind brings rainfall
  1. What is weather? ____________________________________________________________   

b.) Mention two types of weather conditions
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. What are living things? Give two examples of living things __________________________   

b.) What are non-living things? Give two examples of non living things ___________________   

  1. Drugs in liquid forms are ______________________________________________________
b.) Drugs in solid forms are called __________________________________________________


Fill the gaps with the right option from the given alternatives
  1. _____________ is the total way of life (a) drama (b) culture (c) love
  2. Culture is dynamic simply means that culture is ___ (a) complex (b) complicated (c) changing
  3. Which of the following is not an example of home appliance _____
(a) blender (b) projector (c) radio
  1. Which of the following is not a source of water ____ (a) sweat (b) stream (c) sea
  2. The following are aspect of tangible culture except ______ (a) beliefs (b) buildings (c) clothes
  3. Which of the following is the oldest means of transportation in Nigeria ____
(a) airline (b) pipeline (c) road
  1. The Nigerian flag was designed by Mr. Taiwo ____________
(a) Akinwunmi  (b) Akinkunmi (c) Ambode
  1. Which of the following is not a food crop (a) cotton (b) maize (c) cassava
  2. The fastest means of transportation is by ______ (a) train (b) horse (c) aeroplane
  3. The current system of education in Nigeria is ______ (a) 5: 3:3:4    (b) 9:3:4    (c) 6:3:4
  4. What does the green colour on the Nigerian flag represent _____
(a) Agriculture (b) peace (c) money
  1. Nigeria is divided into _________ geo-political zones (a) six (b) sixty (c) thirty-six
  2. The union between a man and woman is called ______ (a) courtship (b) dating (c) marriage
  3. The head of local government council in Nigeria is called ______
(a) councilor (b) director (c) chairman
  1. _______ is the current governor of Lagos State
(a) Akinwunmi Ambode (b) Chief Bode George (c) Raji Fashola
  1. A building where books are kept, borrowed or read is known as a ____
(a) library (b) bookshop (c) bookshelf
  1. Nigeria became a republic in _____ (a) 1960 (b) 1963 (c) 1980
  2. The small social unit in which members are united by blood, adoption or marriage is known as _______ (a) church (b) school (c) marriage

  1. A pool of water that is surrounded by land is known as ______ (a) island (b) lake (c) delta
  2. The slogan for Ogun State is ______
(a) Liberal State (b) Centre of excellence (c) The gateway state

Part B:
  1. Mention two ways by which western culture has influenced many lives in Nigeria
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. Mention two foreign delicacies
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. Religious influence is very visible on Nigerian families. Mention two ways or event that there are shown on Nigerian lives
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. Write out the National pledge
  2. Draw and paint the Nigerian flag


Answer the following questions
  1. _______________ simply means the conduct or qualities by which a professional carries out his/her duties (a) professionalism, (b) action (c) honesty

  1. ________ is the professional body that monitors that accounting profession in Nigeria
(a) ICAN (b) COREN (c) CIBN
  1. CBN is a professional body that regulates chartered marketers (a) true (b) false (c) not sure
  2. The professional body that regulates bankers is _______ (a) CIBN (b) ICAN (c) CIMN
  3. The regulatory body for engineers is _______  (a) COREN (b) CBN (c) CIMN
  4. __________ is a processed data (a) course (b) subject (c) information
  5. Information technology makes use of the following except _______
(a) computer (b) network devices (c) aquatic devices
  1. To connect two or more computers, you need _______
(a) network device (b) rope (c) plastic cable
  1. Information technology is a multi-disciplinary profession (a) yes (b) no (c) not sure
  2. A ___________ is an electronic device that can accept data, process it and give us useful information (a) button (b) computer (c) plastic

  1. Which of the following is an indoor sport (a) basket (b) football (c) athletics
  2. A_____ trains an athlete or sportsman (a) tailor (b) coach (c) pastor
  3. Which of these is an outdoor sport _____ (a) basket (b) football (c) wrestling
  4. The following are indoor sports except _______ (a) weight-lifting (b) hockey (c) soccer
  5. The library is to-the librarian as the museum is to the ______
(a) chemist (b) curator (c) physicist
  1. A plane is to the pilot as a horse is to _____ (a) cyclist (b) driver (c) rider
  2. Which of the following is made from wood ______ (a) biro (b) key (c) paper
  3. A device that is used in sending and receiving text message is ______
(a) cell phone (b) cell prison (c) DVD
  1. Hammer is to the carpenter as hook is to the _____ (a) farmer  (b) fisherman (c) tailor
  2. Hoe is to a farmer as scissors is to a _____ (a) carpenter (b) plumber (c) tailor

Part B
Write out the meaning of the following
  1. NUT _______________________________________________________________________
  2. COREN_____________________________________________________________________
  3. ICAN ______________________________________________________________________
  4. CBN _______________________________________________________________________
  5. CIBN ______________________________________________________________________

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                            SUBJECT: FINE ART

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  1. Art is anything made or done by _______________________ or ______________________

  1. Draw and paint the Nigerian flag  


Objective: Answer all the questions
  1. The former name of Paul was _______ (a) John (b) Saul (c) Peter (d) Andrew
  2. Saul was on his way to _______ when he met the Lord
(a) Damaturu (b) Damascus (c) Lagos (d) Jerusalem
  1. Paul was a ________ by birth (a) Jew (b) beggar (c) lawyer (d) peace maker
  2. Saul was brought up in ________ (a) Jerusalem (b) Egypt (c) Judah (d) Rome
  3. The name of Saul’s Greek teacher was _____ (a) Matthew (b) Stephen (c) Gamaliel (d) Herod
  4. Saul was among a religious group known as the ________
(a) Pharisees (b) Elites (c) Judiciary (d) Enoch
  1. Saul was there when _______ was stoned to death (a) Jesus (b) Stephen (c) Amos (d) Judas
  2. “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me”. Whose voice was that? _____
(a) Jesus Christ (b) Jude (c) Amos (d) Herod
  1. Saul was blind for ________ days (a) nine (b) four (c) three (d) two
  2. What is the name of the fifth book in the bible ___
(a) Deuteronomy (b) Joshua (c) Judges (d) Numbe
  1. Jacob loved Joseph more than the rest of his children because _____
(a) He was the son of his age                 (b) He was a dreamer
(c) He used to bring ill report about his brothers     (d) He had a coat of many colours
  1. The biblical story of first human disobedience is ______
(a) cheating (b) eating of the forbidden fruit (c) bribery and corruption (d) telling lies
  1. Who was the five runner of Jesus Christ ____
(a) John the Baptist (b) James (c) Peter (d) John the beloved
  1. What activity was Saul engaged in when he was first mentioned in the bible ____
(a) practicing his trade             (b) buy and selling bibles
(c) persecuting Christians        (d) preaching against Christianity
  1. Where did Saul’s dramatic conversion took place         (a) at the temple
(b) on the road to Damascus (c) on the road to Emmanus (d) at Antioch
  1. Saul saw a sight that caused him and his companions to fall to the ground, what was it?
(a) light brighter than the sun         (b) lightning flashing from the sky
(c) a whirling cloud of fire         (d) an angel of God
  1. What did Saul hear then (a) a sound like thunder (b) a voice saying “this is my beloved son” (c) a voice saying “Saul, Saul why do you persecute me” (d) some angels saying “Halleluyah”

  1. Paul and _____________ were sent forth for the missionary journey
(a) Barnabas (b) Simeon (c) Lucias (d) Manaen
  1. At _______ Paul healed a man who had been lame from birth
(a) Lystra (b) Antioch (c) Salamis (d) Perga
  1. At Lystra, barnabas was called _______ (a) Hermes (b) Zeus (c) Lord (d) Unknown god

Part B:
  1. List four towns where Paul and Barnabas preached
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    (d) ________________________________

  1. List two reasons why Saul was going to Damascus
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. Write out Act 9 verse 4 ________________________________________________________

  1. Write out the first four chapter of the new testament
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    (d) ________________________________

  1. On the first day God created _______________________________
b.) On the seventh day God ___________________________________


  1. Agriculture can be defined as the production of crops and _______
(a) babies (b) chairs (c) animals (d) trees
  1. Agriculture is obtained from ____________  words (a)Latin (b) Roman (c) Greek (d) Yoruba
  2. Maize, rice, wheat and barley are examples of _________ crops
(a) tuber (b) tree (c) cereal (d) dangerous
  1. Production of birds for consumption in agriculture is known as ______
(a) fishery (b) poultry (c) horticulture (d) shepherd
  1. The ______ started agriculture (a) early men (b) bush men (c) strange men (d) warrior men
  2. The act of moving from one place to another in search of food by the early men is known as__
(a) tourist (b) sailing (c) wandering (d) pilgrime
  1. Ager means __________ (a) water (b) field (c) sea (d) ocean
  2. Cultura means _______ (a) stage (b) play (c) cultivation (d) drama
  3. Does agriculture involve production of crops only ___ (a) yes (b) no (c) not sure (d) undecided
  4. Early men started agriculture ______ (a) true (b) false (c) not sure (d) undecided
  5. Is agriculture important in the economy _______ (a) yes (b) no (c) not sure (d) undecided
  6. Classes of food include the following except _____
(a) vitamin (b) carbohydrate (c) resources (d) protein
  1. __________ are crops grown for their seeds for feeding man and animals
(a) local crops (b) grains crops (c) tuber crops (d) fruit crops
  1. A ____________ is an instrument that is used to mark our work easier and faster on the farm
(a) ledger (b) budget (c) farm tool (d) forest
  1. Every handtool has _____________ in common (a) chain (b) blade (c) handle (d) wheel
  2. Crops that produce small grains are called ____ (a) cereals (b) legumes (c) stems (d) tubers
  3. Weathering is the breaking down of ____________ into smaller pieces to form soil
(a) wood (b) stone (c) rock (d) field
  1. To plant maize, the first step is to _______
(a) stump the land (b) clear the land (c) market the product (d) watering
  1. Animal husbandry is the management of _______
(a) birds (b) fishes (c) animals (d) husbands
  1. Monocotyledon plants have only _______ seed or cotyledon (a) one (b) two (c) three (d) four

Part B
  1. Mention two cereal crops  
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. Give two examples of meat animals
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. Give two examples of poultry birds
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. Mention two importance of agriculture
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. Mention two people in agriculture
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) ________________________________________________________________________


  1. National __________ are awards that are given to distinguished members of the society or country (a) merits (b) honours (c) disgrace (d) penalty

  1. The oldest university in Nigeria is University of ______ (a) Jos (b) Lagos (c) Ibadan (d) Ekiti
  2. The highest national honour in Nigeria is ______ (a) OMR (b) MON (c) GCFR (d) OFR
  3. The main implement that is used for mechanized farming is the ______
(a) tractor (b) hoe (c) rake (d) sickle
  1. The National Honours award is categorized into _____ orders of Dignity
(a) two (b) three (c) four (d) five
  1. ______ is one of the reasons for conferring an individual with national honour
(a) corruption (b) poverty (c) hardwork (d) laziness
  1. _________ goods are those goods that are made in Nigeria
(a) Italian (b) Egyptian (c) Nigerian (d) fake
  1. Which one of the following is not an example of National symbol _____
(a) flag (b) coat of arms (c) national anthem (d) birth certificate
  1. A brother to your father is your ________ (a) brother (b) father (c) uncle (d) man
  2. What is the full meaning of OAU        (a) Organization of African Unity
(b) Organs of Africa Unity (c) Organization of African Unity (d) Organs of United Africa
  1. We can help local industries by buying ______ goods
(a) London (b) fairly used (c) Italian (d) Nigerian
  1. Working together to achieve a common goal is known as ____
(a) force (b) co-operation (c) moral (d) honesty
  1. Goods that are produced in Nigeria are called ______ goods
(a) Nigerian (b) Canadian (c) Lagos (d) Igbo
  1. Performing our duties brings out ________ in the society
(a) war (b) disadvantage (c) progress (d) promo
  1. Which of the following is not a good value ____
(a) honesty (b) cheating (c) discipline (d) hardwork
  1. When the national flag is flown at half mast, it is a symbol of national _____
(a) honour (b) dignity (c) mourning (d) pride
  1. The eagle on the Nigeria coat of arm stands for ______
(a) pride (b) evil (c) strength (d) honour
  1. When the national anthem is being played, we usually _____ as a sign of respect
  1. shout (b) stand (c) kneel down (d) crouch

  1. The silver “Y” on the Nigerian coat of Arm stand for rivers _____ and _____
(a) Niger and Imo (b) Niger and Benue (c) Niger and Ogun (d) Gongola and Bauchi
  1. On the traffic light, the red light means _____ (a) stop (b) go (c) slow (d) ready

Part B:
  1. Write out in full any two national honours
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. The head of the Senate is called the ____________________________________________
b.) The head of the Federal Judiciary Commission is called the ___________________________
  1. Complete the following table
Religions             Place of Worship         Books used in worship
  1. Christianity            ______________________      _________________________
  2. Islam               ______________________    _________________________

  1. Mention two reasons for giving out national honours to individuals
(a) _________________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________________

  1. Write out the National pledge

CLASS: PRIMARY 6                         SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS  

  1. ______ is the monthly payment for the skilled workers (a) allowance (b) salary (c) investment
  2. Meal eaten early in the morning is referred to as ______ (a) breakfast (b) lunch (c) dinner
  3. We can buy whatever we need wisely by ______     (a) avoiding everyday market
(b) buying food items in excess (c) avoiding rainfall and sunshine
  1. The care given to a mother from the day of delivery up to six weeks is known as _____
(a) post-natal (b) immunization (c) ante-natal
  1. The following are the qualities of homemaker except ______
(a) patience (b) creativity (c) disobedience
  1. Budgeting simply means _______ for future income and expenditure
(a) saving (b) spending (c) planning
  1. ________ is the second meal of the day (a) breakfast (b) lunch (c) dinner
  2. To make balance diet, there is need to select ______ food groups (a) two (b) five (c) six
  3. In the food we eat, the chemical substances present are known as ____
(a) mineral salt (b) fibres (c) nutrients
  1. _______ is the process of keeping clothes clean and neat through washing, drying, ironing and storing (a) kneading (b) sunshine (c) laundry

  1. The amount of money spent on the goods and services of the family needs is called ______ (a) budget (b) income (c) expenditure

  1. The correct dress worn during the game time is ______ wear (a) under (b) sports (c) party
  2. Which of the following is not used in the kitchen (a) cooker (b) sink (c) computer
  3. Budgeting is needed because _____
(a) it saves time (b) it saves money (c) it curbs unnecessary spending
  1. Marriage between one man and one woman is called _______
(a) polyandry (b) monogamy (c) polygamy
  1. Foods like fruits are cheaper when they are in ________ (a) ripe day (b) season (c) dry season
  2. Baking is often done in the _______ (a) stove (b) oven (c) pot
  3. STD diseases are spread through _______
(a) water contamination (b) sexual intercourse (c) food infection
  1. The field of study that deals with food we eat and how it nourishes the body is ______
(a) nourishment (b) nutrition (c) nutrients
  1. _______ family includes aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins and other relations
(a) extended (b) expanded (c) nuclear

Part B:
  1. Mention four sources of family income
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    (d) ________________________________

  1. Mention two ways of spending wisely
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________

  1. Mention four classes of food
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    (d) ________________________________

  1. What is balanced diet _________________________________________________________

b.) How do you refer or call meals taken in the
  1. Morning = ________________________________
  2. Afternoon = _______________________________
  3. Night = __________________________________

  1. Mention four steps that are involved in meal planning
(a) ________________________________    (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________    (d) ________________________________


Study the samples and answer the questions that follow
Samples: Part A        (1 : 2)     (2 : 4)        (3 : 6)
(63 : 70)    (77 : 84)    (91 : 98)
(5 : 25)     (6 : 36)    (7 : 49)

1.)    (6 : 12)     (5 : 10 )    (7 :          )        Ans = __________
2.)    (25 : 5)     (          : 6)        (49 : 7)    Ans = __________
3.)     (7 : 49)    (8 : 64)    (    : 81)         Ans = __________

4.)     (    : 144)     (11 : 121)        (10 : 100)        Ans = __________

5.)    (2 : 4 )     (3 :         )        (4 : 16)    Ans = __________

Samples: Part B

6.)                      (7.)                    (8.)

9.)                             (10.)

Samples: Part C

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

Samples: Part D

16.)                     (17.)                    (18.)

19.)                     (20.)

Samples: Part E

21.)                             (22.)

23.)                             (24.)



Sample: Section B

26.)                             (27.)                   

28.)                            (29.)


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