# Category: Mathematics

## Third Term Examination Mathematics Primary 5 Third Term Lesson Notes

Multiple-Choice Questions Which word is a relative pronoun? a) Quickly b) Who c) Happy d) Running Complete the sentence: “The book _____ I borrowed was very interesting.” a) who b) which c) where d) when Which sentence uses the correct intonation for a question? a) Are you coming to the party. b) Are you coming

## Third Term Examinations Mathematics Primary 5 Third Term Lesson Notes

Multiple-Choice Questions How many sides does a triangle have? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 5 What is a shape with four equal sides called? a) Triangle b) Rectangle c) Square d) Circle Which of these is a plane shape? a) Cube b) Pyramid c) Circle d) Sphere What is the measure of a

## Understanding Negative Numbers, Integers, and Positive Numbers Primary 5 Mathematics

Negative Numbers Definition: Negative numbers are numbers less than zero. Example: -1, -5, -10 Uses: They show temperatures below zero or debts (money owed). Visual: Think of a number line with zero in the middle. Negative numbers are on the left side of zero. For example, -3 means 3 steps to the left of 0.

## Solving Simple Algebra Equations

Mr. Abraka thought of a number and added 3 times the number. If the result is 2 times the number plus 4, what is the number? Finding Mr. Abraka’s Number Understand the Problem: Mr. Abraka thought of a number. He added 3 times the number to the number. The result is 2 times the number

## Exploring Temperature: Learn to Compare and Convert in Mathematics Primary 5 Third Term Lesson Notes Week 1

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Term: Third Term Week: 1 Topic: Temperature Sub-topic: Degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit Duration: 1 hour Behavioral Objectives: Pupils should be able to compare degrees of hotness or coldness in degrees Celsius. Pupils should be able to convert temperature from degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit. Key Words: Temperature Degrees Celsius (°C) Degrees

## Primary 5 Mathematics: Decimals, Percentages, Fractions, and Basic Calculations

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Change 70% to decimals.     Convert 45% to fractions in its lowest term.     Change ½ to percentage     Chnge 1/8 to decimal.     Round of 56.6295 to two decimal places.     Calculate the product of 6.4 and 3.9     Express ¾ as a

## Percentages : Meaning and Conversion of Percentages to Decimals Mathematics Primary 5 Second Term Lesson Notes Week 3

Subject: Mathematics Class: Primary 5 Term: First Term Week: 3 Topic: Converting Percentages to Decimal Sub-topic: Understanding the relationship between percentages and decimals Duration: 40 minutes Behavioural Objectives: Students will be able to convert percentages to decimals correctly. Students will understand the concept of fractions and decimals in percentages. Key Words: Percentages, Decimals, Conversion, Fractions,

## Revision Mathematics Primary 6 Week 11 First Term Lesson Notes / Plans

Subject: Mathematics Topic: Revision – Order of Operation Duration: 45 minutes Term: First Term Week: 11 Previous Lesson: Basic Arithmetic Operations Learning Objectives: Review the order of operations in mathematical expressions. Demonstrate the correct sequence for solving complex mathematical problems. Apply the order of operation rules in various scenarios. Embedded Core Skills: Critical thinking Problem-solving

## If Mary earns ₦50 000.00 per month and spends ₦35 000.00 altogether and saves the rest, what percentage is her savings?

Lesson Plan Presentation: Understanding Savings Percentage Objective: Students will learn how to calculate savings percentage based on earnings and spending. Materials Needed: Whiteboard and markers Worksheets with sample problems Calculator (optional, depending on students’ proficiency) Visual aids (charts or diagrams illustrating savings percentage) Introduction (10 minutes): Engagement: Begin with a simple question to engage students.

## Revision Ratio and Proportion Mathematics Primary 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 11

Class: Primary 5 Subject: Mathematics Topic: Ratio and Proportion Duration: 45 minutes Term: First Term Week: 11 Set Induction: Begin the lesson by showing a picture of a recipe with ingredients in different ratios. Ask students if they have ever seen or used ratios in their daily lives, sparking a discussion about where ratios can