# PRIMARY 1 THIRD TERM LESSON NOTE MATHEMATICS

# WEEK 1

TOPIC: NIGERIAN COINS (REVISION) NIGERIAN COINS AND NOTES

50K Coin #1.00

WEEK 1

TOPIC: NIGERIAN COINS (REVISION) NIGERIAN COINS AND NOTES

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to Nigerian coins and notes

– Identification of different denominations

– Understanding the value of coins

– Addition of coins to form a given amount

🔹 50K Coin:

– Worth: #1.00

– Example: 🪙 A 50K coin is worth 1 Naira.

💡 Exercise:

1. What do we use money to do? 💰

– Example: We use money to buy things we need or want.

2. Mention five things you buy with money. 🛒

– Example: We can buy toys, books, food, clothes, and stationery with money.

3. What name is written on ₦10.00 note? 📜

– Example: The name “Central Bank of Nigeria” is written on the ₦10.00 note.

4. What color is ₦20.00 note? 🎨

– Example: The ₦20.00 note is green in color.

5. What is the color of ₦1000.00 note? 🎨

– Example: The ₦1000.00 note is purple in color.

6. What name is written on ₦100.00 note? 📜

– Example: The name “Central Bank of Nigeria” is written on the ₦100.00 note.

7. Whose name is on ₦500.00 note? 📜

– Example: The name “Central Bank of Nigeria” is written on the ₦500.00 note.

8. How much is each coin worth? Copy and complete the sentences.

– Example:

– This coin is worth 50K.

– This coin is worth 20K.

– This coin is worth 10K.

– Sum of two or three coins: 50K + 20K = 70K.

9. Calculate the following:

– Example:

– 50K + 50K = 100K (1 Naira)

– 50K + 100K = 150K (1.50 Naira)

– 10K + 10K + 30K = 50K (0.50 Naira)

Keep practicing and exploring more about Nigerian coins and notes! 💪💰

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Exercise

- What do we use money to do?
- Mention five things you buy with money.
- What name is written on �10.00 note?
- What color is �20.00 note?
- What is the color of �1000.00 note?
- What name is written on �100.00 note?
- Whose name is on �500.00 note?
- How much is each coin worth? Copy and complete the sentences.

This coin is worth

This coin is worth

This coin is worth

Sum of two or three coins

# + = 100k = �#1

+ = #�3

- + + =

�#3.50

1. The _______ coin is worth #1.00.

a) 50K

b) 10K

c) 20K

2. The color of the ₦20.00 note is _______.

a) blue

b) green

c) red

3. The name written on the ₦10.00 note is _______.

a) Central Bank of Nigeria

b) Federal Republic of Nigeria

c) Central Bank of Lagos

4. The ₦100.00 note has the color _______.

a) yellow

b) purple

c) orange

5. Whose name is written on the ₦500.00 note?

a) Central Bank of Nigeria

b) Federal Republic of Nigeria

c) Central Bank of Lagos

6. The coin that is worth 10K is _______.

a) 20K

b) 50K

c) 10K

7. Calculate the sum of 50K + 50K.

a) 100K

b) 150K

c) 200K

8. Calculate the sum of 20K + 20K + 10K.

a) 40K

b) 50K

c) 60K

9. Calculate the sum of 10K + 10K + 20K + 10K.

a) 50K

b) 40K

c) 30K

10. The color of the ₦1000.00 note is _______.

a) purple

b) blue

c) green

11. The name written on the ₦100.00 note is _______.

a) Federal Republic of Nigeria

b) Central Bank of Nigeria

c) Central Bank of Lagos

12. Calculate the sum of 50K + 100K.

a) 150K

b) 200K

c) 250K

13. Calculate the sum of 20K + 50K + 20K.

a) 80K

b) 90K

c) 100K

14. The coin that is worth 50K is _______.

a) 10K

b) 50K

c) 20K

15. Calculate the sum of 50K + 100K + 50K.

a) 100K

b) 150K

c) 200K

Remember to choose the correct option (a, b, or c) for each question. Good luck!

# WEEK 2

# TOPIC: LENGTH

WEEK 2

TOPIC: LENGTH

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to length and measurement

– Understanding units of length

– Comparing lengths

– Measuring objects using non-standard units

– Measuring objects using standard units (centimeters and meters)

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Length: The measurement of how long or short an object is.

– Unit: A standard quantity used to measure something.

– Centimeter (cm): A unit of length equal to 1/100th of a meter.

– Meter (m): A unit of length equal to 100 centimeters or approximately the length of a stride.

– Non-standard unit: A unit of measurement that is not a commonly used standard unit.

💡 Example Questions:

1. What is length?

a) The measurement of how tall an object is.

b) The measurement of how long or short an object is.

c) The measurement of how heavy an object is.

2. Which of the following is a unit of length?

a) Kilogram

b) Liter

c) Centimeter

3. How many centimeters are there in 1 meter?

a) 10 centimeters

b) 100 centimeters

c) 1000 centimeters

4. Which unit would you use to measure the length of a pencil?

a) Centimeters

b) Kilograms

c) Liters

5. True or False: A meter is longer than a centimeter.

a) True

b) False

6. Which unit would you use to measure the length of a football field?

a) Centimeters

b) Meters

c) Kilograms

7. What is a non-standard unit of length?

a) Centimeter

b) Meter

c) Shoe

8. True or False: Non-standard units of length are always accurate for measurement.

a) True

b) False

9. Which unit is smaller, centimeter or meter?

a) Centimeter

b) Meter

10. How many centimeters are there in 50 meters?

a) 50 centimeters

b) 500 centimeters

c) 5000 centimeters

11. Which unit would you use to measure the length of a hairpin?

a) Centimeters

b) Meters

c) Kilograms

12. What is the abbreviation for centimeter?

a) cm

b) kg

c) m

13. Which unit is larger, kilometer or meter?

a) Kilometer

b) Meter

14. How many centimeters are there in 2 meters?

a) 20 centimeters

b) 200 centimeters

c) 2000 centimeters

15. Which unit would you use to measure the height of a door?

a) Centimeters

b) Meters

c) Kilograms

# WEEK 3 & 4

WEEK 3 & 4

TOPIC: ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION WITH LENGTH

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Review of addition and subtraction concepts

– Applying addition and subtraction to lengths

– Adding and subtracting lengths in centimeters and meters

– Solving word problems involving length operations

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Addition: The process of combining two or more quantities to find the total.

– Subtraction: The process of finding the difference between two quantities.

– Centimeter (cm): A unit of length equal to 1/100th of a meter.

– Meter (m): A unit of length equal to 100 centimeters or approximately the length of a stride.

💡 Example Questions:

1. Solve the following addition problem: 20 cm + 35 cm =

a) 45 cm

b) 55 cm

c) 65 cm

2. Solve the following subtraction problem: 50 cm – 15 cm =

a) 25 cm

b) 35 cm

c) 45 cm

3. A rope is 2 meters long, and another rope is 120 centimeters long. What is the total length of the two ropes?

a) 220 cm

b) 2200 cm

c) 320 cm

4. Sarah’s pencil is 15 centimeters long, and John’s pencil is 10 centimeters longer. How long is John’s pencil?

a) 5 cm

b) 10 cm

c) 25 cm

5. Solve the following addition problem: 2.5 m + 1.3 m =

a) 3.8 m

b) 3.2 m

c) 3.5 m

6. Solve the following subtraction problem: 4.7 m – 2.1 m =

a) 1.6 m

b) 2.8 m

c) 3.2 m

7. A rope is 3 meters long, and another rope is 250 centimeters long. What is the total length of the two ropes?

a) 550 cm

b) 325 cm

c) 3250 cm

8. James has a ribbon that is 85 centimeters long. He cuts off 25 centimeters from the ribbon. How long is the remaining ribbon?

a) 60 cm

b) 110 cm

c) 100 cm

9. Solve the following addition problem: 1.25 m + 750 cm =

a) 2.75 m

b) 2.5 m

c) 3.25 m

10. Solve the following subtraction problem: 5.4 m – 3.2 m =

a) 2.2 m

b) 1.8 m

c) 2.6 m

11. A piece of string is 80 centimeters long, and another piece is 45 centimeters shorter. How long is the second piece of string?

a) 35 cm

b) 45 cm

c) 55 cm

12. If a pencil is 15 centimeters long and a marker is 10 centimeters longer, how long is the marker?

a) 10 cm

b) 15 cm

c) 25 cm

13. Solve the following addition problem: 3.8 m + 120 cm =

a) 4.4 m

b) 4.2 m

c) 3.2 m

14. Solve the following subtraction problem: 6.5 m – 2.7 m =

a) 3.8 m

b) 3.2 m

c) 3.8 cm

15. A rope is 2.5 meters long, and another rope is 230 centimeters long. What is the total length of the two ropes?

a) 5.6 m

b) 275 cm

c) 2.75 m

# WEEK 5

TOPIC: WEIGHT

WEEK 5

TOPIC: WEIGHT

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to weight and measurement

– Understanding units of weight (grams and kilograms)

– Comparing weights

– Measuring objects using non-standard units

– Measuring objects using standard units (grams and kilograms)

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Weight: The measurement of how heavy an object is.

– Gram (g): A unit of weight equal to 1/1000th of a kilogram.

– Kilogram (kg): A unit of weight equal to 1000 grams.

💡 Example Questions:

1. What is weight?

a) The measurement of how tall an object is.

b) The measurement of how heavy an object is.

c) The measurement of how long an object is.

2. Which of the following is a unit of weight?

a) Centimeter

b) Kilogram

c) Meter

3. How many grams are there in 1 kilogram?

a) 10 grams

b) 100 grams

c) 1000 grams

4. Which unit would you use to measure the weight of an apple?

a) Grams

b) Liters

c) Meters

5. True or False: A kilogram is heavier than a gram.

a) True

b) False

6. Which unit would you use to measure the weight of a car?

a) Grams

b) Kilograms

c) Liters

7. What is a non-standard unit of weight?

a) Gram

b) Kilogram

c) Shoe

8. True or False: Non-standard units of weight are always accurate for measurement.

a) True

b) False

9. Which unit is smaller, gram or kilogram?

a) Gram

b) Kilogram

10. How many grams are there in 500 kilograms?

a) 500 grams

b) 5000 grams

c) 500000 grams

11. Which unit would you use to measure the weight of a feather?

a) Grams

b) Kilograms

c) Liters

12. What is the abbreviation for gram?

a) g

b) kg

c) m

13. Which unit is larger, kilogram or gram?

a) Kilogram

b) Gram

14. How many grams are there in 2 kilograms?

a) 200 grams

b) 2000 grams

c) 20000 grams

15. Which unit would you use to measure the weight of a suitcase?

a) Grams

b) Kilograms

c) Liters

Remember to choose the correct option (a, b, or c) for each question. Enjoy learning about weight and measurement!

# WEEK 7 & 8

TOPIC: THREE DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

WEEK 7 & 8

TOPIC: THREE-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to three-dimensional shapes

– Identification of common three-dimensional shapes (cube, sphere, cylinder, cone)

– Understanding the properties of three-dimensional shapes (faces, edges, vertices)

– Sorting and classifying objects based on their shapes

– Recognizing and describing real-life objects that resemble three-dimensional shapes

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Three-dimensional shapes: Shapes that have length, width, and height.

– Cube: A three-dimensional shape with six square faces.

– Sphere: A three-dimensional shape with a curved surface and no faces, edges, or vertices.

– Cylinder: A three-dimensional shape with two circular faces and a curved surface.

– Cone: A three-dimensional shape with a circular base and a pointed vertex.

💡 Example Questions:

1. What are three-dimensional shapes?

a) Shapes that have length and width.

b) Shapes that have length, width, and height.

c) Shapes that have width and height.

2. Which of the following is a three-dimensional shape?

a) Circle

b) Triangle

c) Cube

3. How many faces does a cube have?

a) 4 faces

b) 6 faces

c) 8 faces

4. Which three-dimensional shape has a curved surface and no faces, edges, or vertices?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cylinder

5. True or False: A sphere has edges and vertices.

a) True

b) False

6. Which three-dimensional shape has two circular faces and a curved surface?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cylinder

7. How many edges does a cone have?

a) 1 edge

b) 0 edges

c) 2 edges

8. True or False: A cube has a pointed vertex.

a) True

b) False

9. Which three-dimensional shape resembles an ice cream cone?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cone

10. How many vertices does a sphere have?

a) 0 vertices

b) 1 vertex

c) 2 vertices

11. Which three-dimensional shape has the shape of a dice?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cylinder

12. How many faces does a cylinder have?

a) 1 face

b) 2 faces

c) 3 faces

13. Which three-dimensional shape resembles a basketball?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cone

14. How many edges does a cube have?

a) 6 edges

b) 8 edges

c) 12 edges

15. Which three-dimensional shape has a circular base and a pointed vertex?

a) Cube

b) Sphere

c) Cone

# WEEK 9

TOPIC: TWO DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

WEEK 9

TOPIC: TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAPES

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to two-dimensional shapes

– Identification of common two-dimensional shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle)

– Understanding the properties of two-dimensional shapes (sides, vertices)

– Sorting and classifying objects based on their shapes

– Recognizing and describing real-life objects that resemble two-dimensional shapes

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Two-dimensional shapes: Shapes that have length and width, but no height.

– Circle: A two-dimensional shape with a curved boundary that is the same distance from the center.

– Square: A two-dimensional shape with four equal sides and four right angles.

– Triangle: A two-dimensional shape with three sides and three angles.

– Rectangle: A two-dimensional shape with four sides, opposite sides that are equal in length, and four right angles.

💡 Example Questions:

1. What are two-dimensional shapes?

a) Shapes that have length, width, and height.

b) Shapes that have length and width, but no height.

c) Shapes that have width and height.

2. Which of the following is a two-dimensional shape?

a) Cylinder

b) Circle

c) Sphere

3. How many sides does a square have?

a) 3 sides

b) 4 sides

c) 5 sides

4. Which two-dimensional shape has a curved boundary that is the same distance from the center?

a) Square

b) Circle

c) Triangle

5. True or False: A circle has angles.

a) True

b) False

6. Which two-dimensional shape has three sides?

a) Square

b) Triangle

c) Rectangle

7. How many vertices does a triangle have?

a) 1 vertex

b) 2 vertices

c) 3 vertices

8. True or False: A square has curved sides.

a) True

b) False

9. Which two-dimensional shape resembles a book?

a) Circle

b) Square

c) Triangle

10. How many angles does a rectangle have?

a) 2 angles

b) 3 angles

c) 4 angles

11. Which two-dimensional shape has four sides and four right angles?

a) Circle

b) Square

c) Triangle

12. How many sides does a triangle have?

a) 1 side

b) 2 sides

c) 3 sides

13. Which two-dimensional shape resembles a stop sign?

a) Circle

b) Square

c) Triangle

14. How many vertices does a square have?

a) 2 vertices

b) 3 vertices

c) 4 vertices

15. Which two-dimensional shape has all sides equal in length and all angles equal to 90 degrees?

a) Circle

b) Square

c) Triangle

# WEEK 10

TOPIC: EVERYDAY STATISTICS

WEEK 10

TOPIC: EVERYDAY STATISTICS

📚 Lesson Summary:

– Introduction to statistics and data analysis

– Collecting and organizing data

– Representing data using tally marks, tables, and graphs

– Interpreting data and drawing conclusions

– Analyzing everyday scenarios involving statistics

🔹 Key Vocabulary:

– Statistics: The collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data.

– Data: Facts, numbers, or information collected for analysis.

– Tally marks: A way of keeping track of data by making vertical lines.

– Tables: Organized arrangement of data in rows and columns.

– Graphs: Visual representations of data using different types of graphs (e.g., bar graphs, pictographs).

💡 Example Questions:

1. What are statistics?

a) The collection and organization of data.

b) The interpretation of data.

c) The analysis of data.

2. What is data?

a) Facts, numbers, or information collected for analysis.

b) The result of analyzing data.

c) The presentation of data.

3. How can we represent data using tally marks?

a) By drawing horizontal lines.

b) By drawing vertical lines.

c) By drawing circles.

4. What are tables used for in statistics?

a) Analyzing data.

b) Interpreting data.

c) Organizing data.

5. True or False: Graphs are visual representations of data.

a) True

b) False

6. Which type of graph uses bars to represent data?

a) Line graph

b) Bar graph

c) Pie chart

7. How can we represent the number 5 using tally marks?

a) ||

b) ||

c) |||

8. True or False: Tables are used to analyze data.

a) True

b) False

9. What type of graph uses pictures or symbols to represent data?

a) Line graph

b) Bar graph

c) Pictograph

10. How can we represent the number 9 using tally marks?

a) ||

b) |||

c) |||||

11. How can we represent data using a table?

a) By drawing lines and circles.

b) By organizing data in rows and columns.

c) By making vertical bars.

12. Which type of graph is best for showing changes over time?

a) Line graph

b) Bar graph

c) Pie chart

13. How can we represent the number 3 using tally marks?

a) ||

b) ||

c) |||

14. What is the purpose of analyzing data?

a) To collect data.

b) To interpret data.

c) To organize data.

15. How can we represent data using a bar graph?

a) By drawing lines.

b) By using pictures or symbols.

c) By using bars of different lengths.