CLASS: PRIMARY 5                                   SUBJECT: AGRIC SCIENCE
1.) __________ can be formed when rocks are broken down into smaller pieces. (a) sand (b) soil (c) stones
2.) There are _______ types of soil. (a) 4 (b) 5 (c) 3
3.) There are ____________ processes of soil formation. (a) six (b) three              (c) five
4.) The following are procedure for raising farm crops except ____________ (a) tilling (b) timing (c) planting
5.) The following are steps taken in raising field crops except ___________. (a) Littering (b) planting (c) weeding
6.) The agents of soil formation are the following except __________                  (a) rainfall (b) wind (c) termites
7.) All of the following are the processes of weathering except ___________ (a) physical processes (b) biological processes (c) cleaning processes
8.) The following are examples of crops except ___________ (a) cereals               (b) legumes (c) paper
9.) _________ are crops that are cultivated for their root, stems and leaves. (a) virustable (b) vegastable (c) vegetable
10.) __________ are crops that are used to make nourishing drinks.                    (a) Beverages (b) Butter mints (c) Bitter leaf
11.) __________ are large animals with complex stomach divided into four. (a) Ruminat animals (b) Rominant animals (c) Ruminant animals
12.) Animals that live in water are called __________. (a) Animals                   (b) Aquatic animals (c) Aquarium animals
13.) Animals that live on land are called ________________ (a) Terrestrial animals (b) Tresstial  animals (c) Teminestial animals
14.) A young turkey is called _________ (a) poult (b) poultry (c) poetric
15.) A young rabbit is called __________ (a) fryer (b) boiler (c) frying
16.)Young animals requires special care for proper _________ and ________ (a) grow and develop (b) growing and developing (c) growth and development
17.) _____________ environment is essential in raising young animals.
18.) Animals feed must contain all classes of _________. (a) food (b) water (c) oil
19.) Proteins, carbohydrates, fat and oil, minerals and vitamin are needed for proper _________ and ___________ of the animals. (a) grow and develop (b) grown and developed (c) growth and development
20.) __________ helps in promoting the general well being of animals.                   (a) protein (b) vitamin (c) fat and oils
Section B: Theory
1a.) Explain how soil is formed
1b.) List five agents of soil formation.
2a.) List three processes of soil formation.
2b.) Mention four classification of crops based on their uses.
3a.) Mention two classification of farm animal based on feeding.
3b.) Mention two classification of farm animals based on habitation.
4a.) List five procedures of raising farm crops.
4b.) List steps to be taken in raising field crop
5a.) List five examples of farm animals.
5b.) Complete the table:
                      Farm Animals             Young Ones
   i.)     Cattle                
   ii.)      Sheep                         __________________
   iii.)      Pig                            __________________
    iv.)      Chicken                    __________________
     v.)      Ducks                       __________________
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